Whatever ‘that’ is for your project, GEM Inc.® can solve it.
Manufacturing process upgrades, retrofit applications or general maintenance – GEM Inc. does it all and a whole lot more. We’ll take care of you for the life of your building or plant, and beyond.
Founded in 1982, we are a leading single-source contractor, consistently ranked among the Engineering News-Record “Top Midwest Specialty Contractors.” ENR named GEM Inc. the Midwest Specialty Contractor of the Year for 2016.
Successfully completing projects of all sizes and complexities, GEM Inc. specializes in:
- Industrial process facility renovation and upgrades
- Electrical or mechanical upgrades and retrofits
- Site management/maintenance
- Upgrades, consolidation, or relocation of manufacturing and process lines and process capabilities
- HVAC service
- New process or manufacturing line design or additions to existing production lines
We take a long-term view to improve your business performance. By anticipating your toughest manufacturing, process, and facility challenges, and directly employing and training skilled labor from all major trades, we make sure your facility needs are met — and your expectations are exceeded.
Northwest Ohio Headquarters6842 Commodore Dr., Walbridge, Ohio 43465 419.666.6554 419.666.7004 Directions
Southeast Michigan Office47461 Clipper St., Plymouth, Michigan 48170 734.455.0600 734.455.3131 Directions
Lima Ohio Office750 Buckeye Road
Lima, Ohio 45804 419.224.8450 419.224.8420 Directions
Northeast Ohio Office4937 Mills Industrial Parkway
North Ridgeville, OH 44039 440.406.8800 440.406.8801 Directions
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