Join us for the third annual Superior Burro Run. Enjoy a day in downtown Superior hanging out with burros and enjoying great views! For more information contact the BRAY club or visit https://runsignup.com/Race/AZ/Superior/BRAYSuperiorBurroRun
General Contractor, Plumbing, Mining Services, Construction & Repairs, Utilities & Environment; General Contractors, construction, plumbing repair, commercial and residential
Jonovich Companies, Inc. founded in 1979 as a commercial mechanical contractor serving Gila County, Arizona. We have since grown to be a commercial and industrial General Contractor with licenses in Arizona, Nevada and California whom specializes in the construction of Wastewater and Water Treatment Facilities. It all started with an attitude to work as a partnership with the owners and designers to build a project that would go above and beyond all expectations. An attitude that Jonovich Companies still believes is a catalyst to all successful projects.
Our mission at Jonovich Companies, Inc is to provide a quality project at a fair profit using the most current sophisticated project management tools available. Each project will be guaranteed a staff of qualified and dedicated professionals that share a common goal of integrity and construction excellence while completing a project safely, on schedule and within the budget set forth.
Jonovich Companies, Inc. possesses the following professional licenses:
Jonovich Companies, Inc. carries surety credit under the Paffenbarger Walden Construction Bonding Agency and is provided by Ohio Casualty Insurance. They have bonded Jonovich Companies, Inc. in the past on single projects for up $20,000,000 with an aggregate program in excess of $30,000,000.
The Ray Operations consists of an open pit mine with a concentrator and a solvent extraction-electrowinning operation, and associated maintenance, warehouse and administrative facilities. Cathode copper produced in the SX-EW operation is shipped to outside customers and to the Amarillo Copper Refinery.
Ray is located in Pinal County, just 18 miles to the west of the Hayden Operations. The Hayden Operations and General Administrative Offices are located 70 miles northeast of Tucson and 64 miles southeast of Phoenix (Pinal and Gila Counties).
A local railroad, Copper Basin Railway, transports ore to the Ray concentrator to the smelter, and sulfuric acid to the leaching facilities.