Founded in 1985, Traylor Industrial is a reputable, quality-driven, turn-key contractor focused on safety, service, and efficiency.
Traylor Industrial’s outstanding reputation is built on doing work right the first time. Our company has pioneered innovations in the field, which are now standard operating procedures in our industry. Our headquarters and facilities are based out of Evansville, IN. We have an average workforce of 100+ field employees, working on projects ranging from $20,000 to $50 Million.
Our vision is to be known as a versatile industry leader by continuing to enhance operations and to achieve consistent growth and financial success for the corporation, our team, and our customers.
Our mission is to safely deliver high quality workmanship products and services at a competitive price.
Our Core Values
Safety – We are committed to providing a safe and healthy work environment and encouraging a culture that promotes safe decisions.
Team – Our people are our greatest strength. We provide rewarding and fulfilling careers.
Quality – We are dedicated to providing a reliable quality service by completing the project right the first time.
Integrity – Our team is honest and ethical in all interactions.
Communication – We encourage effective, accurate, and timely communication.
Commitment – We are dedicated to the success of our team members, customers, and business partners.
Part of the Traylor Construction Group
Traylor Industrial is a member of Traylor Construction Group, a financially strong entity comprised of a family of companies offering a complete solution to our clients. With this partnership, we offer our clients heavy civil, underground/tunneling, precast concrete manufacturing, steel erection, commercial electrical / SCADA, mechanical, fabrication, in addition to marine and underwater solutions and services.
– Steel and Aluminum
– Pulp and Paper
– General Manufacturing
– Food and Beverage
– Coal Generation
– Gas SC and CC
– Recip Engines
– Battery Storage
– Distributed Generation
– Marine Facilities
– Bridges, Roads, and Tunnels
– Canals, Locks, and Dams
– Treatment Plants
– Pumping and Compressor Stations