JSM Electrical Contracting

JSM Electrical

 

JSM Electrical Contracting sees itself as a Newfoundland based contractor with a National and International resume.

JSM Electrical was established in 1984 in Atlantic and over their 30 plus years have executed major contracts from Newfoundland to British Columbia and into the Canadian Arctic, not to mention having ventured offshore in Bermuda.

JSM Electrical is an ISO 9001:2008 registered electrical and instrumentation installer with capabilities including planning/scheduling, budgeting, installation and commissioning services to industrial, institutional, commercial and aviation industry clients.

JSM Electrical is COR certified in New Brunswick, Newfoundland Labrador and Nova Scotia, ESA certified and licensed in Ontario and a CCA Gold Seal Certified participant.

Recently JSM was awarded the NLCSA Award of excellence.

JSM Award

 We were impressed by the corporate mission posted on their site. By defining their mission so clearly, they have been able to build their company focused on customers’ need –while levering a solid team spirit.

JSM Mission

 Offering a multi-faceted range of electrical services providing electrical, instrumentation, high voltage, and airport navigation and visual aid installations JSM is managed by a seasoned team of skilled professionals all of who have a commitment to delivering the highest quality of work, working closely with clients, vendors and all stakeholders. 

The reputation and solid long-term relationships with clients, vendors and employees have been a key factor in our continuing success.

Key projects have included;
Cat 3 Dual Taxiways-Stage VII Pearson Airport, Toronto, ON
FOL Rankin Inlet, NU
Bermuda International Airport, Bermuda
St. John’s International Airport, St. John’s, NL
CFB Greenwood, Greenwood, NS
9 Wing CFB Gander, Gander, NL
Halifax Airport, Enfield, NS
12 Wing CFB Shearwater, Shearwater, NS
Penticton Airport, Penticton, BC
FSS Alert, Alert, NU
5 Wing CFB Goose Bay, Happy Valley-Goose Bay, NL
• High Voltage Distribution
Long Harbour, Voisey’s Bay Nickel Terminal Station
IOC 609 Substation

Featured project Burgeo Substation

JSM Feature Burgeo

Kelligrews Load Growth Substation
8 Wing CFB Trenton, Trenton, ON
17 Wing CFB Winnipeg Power Upgrade, Winnipeg, MB
Pearson Airport Distribution Upgrade, Toronto, ON
• Electrical and Instrumentation
St. John’s International Airport Terminal, St. John’s, NL
Springhill Institute Expansion, Springhill, NS
New Law Courts, Corner Brook, NL
Windsor Lake Water Treatment Plant, St. John’s, NL
Long Term Care Facility, Happy Valley-Goose Bay, NL
Transport Canada Hanger, Moncton, NB
Elizabeth Towers, St. John’s, NL
Janeway Children’s Hospital, St. John’s, NL5
Pearson Airport ATC Tower, Toronto, ON

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