An Introduction to the JDI Services Portfolio

JDI was created in 2003 to represent owners and operators with project life cycle services including project and construction management, inspection and QA/QC, and related field support.  Since 2003 we have completed several multi-million dollar projects in the central plains states (values from $1MM to $275MM).  Our staff offers a robust suite of integrated support services from Minneapolis, MN and Grand Rapids, MN offices, including:


  • Project and Construction Management
    • Project Cost and Schedule Controls, Risk Assessment
    • Safety Coordination
    • Inspection and QA/QC
    • Materials Management
    • Progress and Issues Tracking Systems


  • Electrical Distribution Utility Support Services
    • Maintenance and Project Planning
    • Overhead and Underground System Design
    • Budgeting, Estimating, and State Compliant Bidding
    • Utility Customer Support


  • Instrumentation and Controls
    • Multiple platform PLC and DCS capability
    • Process and instrument system design, procurement, and startup
    • P&ID development, update, HazOp reviews
    • Field programming, troubleshooting, and maintenance
  • Outage and Turnaround Management
    • Budget and Schedule Development and Control Systems
    • Inter-Project Coordination, Prioritization, and Scheduling
    • Risk Assessment
    • Capital and Operations Integration


  • Information Technology
    • Server, desktop, and peripheral supply, setup, and local/remote support
    • Network design, security administration, backups
    • Virtualization and database support
    • Automated Metering Infrastructure (AMI) project planning, evaluation, implementation
    • Database support and other services


The JDI Project Roadmap - Results You Expect

Development: Planning, Evaluating, and Approving Your ProjectDesign: Establishing Your Project SpecificationsConstruction: Building to Your DesignCheckout & Startup: Placing Your Project Into Service

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