Please select your service center below.

ATLANTA, GA

4554 Stonegate Industrial Blvd. Suite C

Stone Mountain, GA 30083

 

phone: 404.297.6535

fax: 404.298.9176

Service Request
BIRMINGHAM, AL

561 Simmons Drive

Trussville, AL 35173

 

phone: 205.655.5099

fax: 205.655.5085

Service Request
FAYETTEVILLE, NC

P.O. Box B, 122 Drake Street

Fayetteville, NC 28301

 

phone: 910.483.2000

fax: 910.483.2016

Service Request
JACKSON, MS

183 Marketridge Drive

Ridgeland, MS 39157

 

phone: 601.957.7782

fax: 601.957.9147

Service Request
LEXINGTON, KY

1063 Manchester Street

Lexington, KY 40508

 

phone: 859.254.8878

fax: 859.231.9224

Service Request
LOUISVILLE, KY

2171 Watterson Trail

Louisville, KY 40299

 

phone: 502.263.7871

fax: 502.267.4720

Service Request
N KY/CINCINNATI

1445 Jamike Drive

Erlanger, KY 41018

 

phone: 859.371.3803

fax: 859.372.4901

Service Request
RALEIGH, NC

1928 Garner Station Blvd.

Raleigh, NC 27603

 

phone: 919.772.2660

fax: 919.772.2604

Service Request

Phone: 662.289.3646

Fax: 662.289.3713

Toll Free: 800.688.4839


nivo slider image nivo slider image nivo slider image

About Us

 

 

Our History

Ivey’s Plumbing and Electrical Company was founded in 1947 by Mr. Kermit Ivey in Kosciusko, Mississippi. The small repair shop focused on residential and small commercial construction. The company continued on a steady growth pattern with annual sales that approached a half-million dollars by 1958.

It was in this year that the founder’s son, Marlin, joined the partnership with his father. The partnership was based uponan agreement to shift the marketing focus from residential to commercial projects.

The first major commercial job the company acquired was the electrical contract for the new East and West Side Elementary Schools in Kosciusko. During the sixties, the company was a major player in mechanical construction throughout the state of Mississippi. Ivey’s participated in numerous major projects, including the Twin Towers construction on the campus of the University of Mississippi at Oxford in 1968. Ivey’s was building a quality reputation, which later served as the key value that led to progress and expansion.

The name Ivey’s Plumbing and Electrical Company was changed in 1969 to Ivey’s, Inc. shortly after Kermit Ivey’s death. By this time, the growth mode had been well established. In the early 70’s, Ivey’s took a new direction when the local markets dried up. They secured a major project with the federal government for barracks work at Keesler Air Force Base in Biloxi, Mississippi.

This proved to be a significant turning point for the company and a beginning of geographical expansion. Marlin Ivey began to shape the company’s philosophy of going where the work was, which eventually led to opening offices throughout the Southeast in order to be able to better service customers through a more local approach.

In the seventies, contract work with the military began to decline. Ivey’s responded by obtaining a number of government contracts in several states performing mechanical work on a variety of government buildings.

In 1973, Ivey’s took on their first V. A. hospital project. Through the mid-seventies, Ivey’s work was approximately 90% government work. Through this work, Ivey’s became associated with a number of prime contractors for medical facilities. By the late seventies as government work slowed. Ivey’s was positioned to move toward private hospital contracting.

In 1990, J. Marlin Ivey stepped down as Board Chairman and his son, Joe Ivey, took over controls of what had become one of the largest mechanical contractors in the country. The daily operations were managed by President Larry Terrell. The name of the company was changed to Ivey Mechanical Company, Inc. to facilitate the change in management and ownership. During the nineties, the company grew in revenue from $50 million to over $140 million. With the late nineties came a wave of consolidations within the industry. Ivey Mechanical Company briefly became part of this movement in 1998 before acquiring itself back in early 2003.

Today the company operates under the leadership of Larry Terrell and still does so under the name of Ivey Mechanical Company, LLC. Ivey currently has revenues around $200 million, bonding capacity at $250 million and continues to maintain a strong and healthy balance sheet.

Our Mission

Our Mission

Our mission is to provide quality mechanical services to a select group of satisfied customers while achieving an acceptable return on investment and allowing everyone to enjoy his or her contribution to this mission.

Affiliations

Affiliations

Ivey Mechanical Company is a long standing member of many professional and trade associations ensuring that our co-workers are current on industry developments and innovations. Below is a list of our affiliations:

  • American Society of Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Engineers
  • American Subcontractors Association
  • Associated Builders and Contractors
  • Associated General Contractors
  • Better Business Bureau
  • Chamber of Commerce
  • Construction Financial Management Association
  • Design-Build Institute of America
  • Georgia Plumber’s Trade Association
  • National Fire Protection Association
  • Plumbing Heating Cooling Contractors Association
  • Plumbing and Mechanical Association
  • Professional Construction Estimators Association
  • United States Green Building Council