Seminole, TX – Seminole-based general contractor J Steel Buildings is now IronSite Construction. Though there has been no change in ownership or operation, the company has chosen to change its name to reflect its full range of services beyond just steel building construction.
“For 28 years, we have taken pride in our superior steel building construction. As we have grown and thrived, it has come time to look to the future with a new name and new look, one that speaks to our depth of experience and variety of services.” – Lonnie Peters, President.
IronSite Construction speaks not only to the material the company works with and the services they provide but also to the precision and strength of the structures they create.
IronSite Construction is dedicated to providing the same level of personal service and highest quality construction, but with an emphasis on a full range of services that encompass much more than the steel construction they are known for.
IronSite’s capabilities expand upon the foundation laid during its years as J Steel Buildings and include, but are not limited to, Office Buildings, General Workshops, Aviation Hangers, Manufacturing Facilities, Agricultural Warehouses and Processing Facilities, Warehouses and Retail Buildings. The Company also offers a full range of Dirt Work services including, Site Development, Building Pads, Oilfield Locations, Lease Roads, and Frac Ponds.
About IronSite Construction
IronSite construction is a full service contractor offering services including office buildings, general work shops, aviation hangars, manufacturing facilities, agricultural warehouses and processing facilities, to name a few. With in-house dirt crews and heavy machinery, IronSite offers civil construction solutions in the oilfield, commercial, and industrial industries. Still owned and operated by the Peters family after almost 30 years, Ironsite is the same Seminole based team you know and trust.
“We are excited to continue serving the community we love while working hard to expand throughout the region with new and exciting projects.” – Lonnie Peters, President