Meet Dan Jones: The Prime Plant Manager

At JGM, we understand it takes a village to successfully complete the nation’s most challenging steel fabrication and turnkey industrial construction projects on time, within budget, to high-quality standards, and safely. One JGM employee who has done a spectacular job at overseeing the day-to-day operations of our fabrication shop and managing team members is Dan Jones.

To get to know Dan better, explore his roles and responsibilities, and find out what he enjoys most about working at JGM, we interviewed him. Keep reading to see what he had to say about his career at JGM!

What are your daily job responsibilities at JGM?

Dan: My daily responsibilities consist of overseeing all the operations in the fabrication shop, including managing projects, team members, and equipment.


What is your favorite part about working at JGM?

Dan: What I enjoy most about working at JGM is the community atmosphere along with the company’s commitment to improvement and growth.


What is one piece of advice you would give to someone pursuing a career in construction management?

Dan: I would say do not be afraid to pursue an opportunity even if it is outside your comfort zone.


What is the most rewarding aspect of your job?

Dan: I find it rewarding when I get to physically see the results of my team’s hard work and dedication to a project.


What are your hobbies outside of work?

Dan: I enjoy golfing and cooking.


What are you looking forward to doing with the cooler weather approaching?

Dan: My wife and I have not been able to get outdoors as much as we like during the summer heat with an infant at home. We are looking forward to going hiking and enjoying more outdoor activities with our daughter this fall.

At JGM, we are focused on success of the company and team starting on day one. If you are interested in joining a company who supports growth, offers competitive benefits, and provides awesome perks, view our available positions and apply today.

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