Emergency Services for Unexpected Breakdowns

July 28, 2021

Industrial Resources, Inc. has been in business for 75 years and continues to provide services for  customers’  when needed. We are a full-service, design-build, turn-key provider  offering civil, structural, mechanical, electrical, design engineering, detail engineering, fabrication and field installation services. We have the capabilities and have provided services for many industrial industries over the years. These industries range from product preparation, overland conveyor systems, material handling systems for coal, aggregate, cement, glass, oil and gas, sand and start-up commissioning for every project we do. There is no job too large and no job too  small; we will do them all.

Industrial Resources, Inc. handles our sales, estimating, engineering and fabrication groups. West Virginia Electric is our electrical group, and we have Mountaineer Resources, Inc. and Industrial Contracting of Fairmont, West Virginia, conducting all field construction activities. We are currently licensed in multiple states and can react quickly by providing services for your needs.

Not only do we provide services as mentioned above, but we also are available for emergency services in the event you have a breakdown, and you need to get back up and running as soon as possible to minimize your losses. We have professional engineers in civil, structural, mechanical and electrical engineering on staff. They are ready to discuss the services you need to get you back into production as quickly as possible!

Give us a call at 304-363-4100 and ask to speak to either John Pellegrin, Jr. or Charles Layman of our Sales and Estimating Department. We will listen to your situation and react as quickly as possible to satisfy your needs. If you cannot reach either of these individuals, contact Mark Carvillano, President of Industrial Resources, Inc., and he will be more than happy to assist you with your needs. If your situation deals with electrical needs, call 304-363-6900 and ask to speak with Jerry H. Karr, the President of West Virginia Electric.