ReCon shall provide professional Engineering Consultation and Management services to be the engineering contractor of choice for our customers.
• Provide quality value added services in a timely and economical manner.
• Be willing to adapt to the changing needs of our customers.
• Maintain a stable work force by providing a safe and enjoyable working environment with competitive pay and excellent benefits.
• Earn a fair return on our services.
25 Years - 1995-2020
Established in 1995, ReCon provides high quality, competitive engineering consulting and project management services to the refining, chemical, power, terminals and pipelines, pulp and paper, construction, and off-shore production industries. Having a reputation for hard work, high energy and quality performance, our goal is to be the engineering contractor of choice.
Providing quality, value added services, in a timely and economic manner are key attributes to ReCon’s success. Our willingness to adapt to changing needs and our “do what it takes” attitude are popular service components that keep our customers satisfied. We offer a full service approach for projects of any size, whether grass roots or revamp and modernization of existing plants.
ReCon’s key employees have direct operating experiences, therefore we understand our client’s needs. We continue to invest in the latest innovative technologies and tools to provide cost-effective engineering and project management services to provide solutions to our clients’ problems. We provide safe, comfortable working conditions with competitive pay and excellent benefits for our employees, resulting in an extremely low employee turn-over.
ReCon combines process and mechanical design experience and management expertise that one would expect from a large company, with the flexibility, responsiveness and accessibility of a smaller firm. The continuity of management and engineering staff, which “makes the ReCon difference,” ensures consistent, high-quality services.
“Responsive quality through competent professionals.”