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Ray C. Weaver Mechanical Contractors, Inc. (RCWMCI) was incorporated in February 1974 to engage in mechanical construction along the Mississippi Gulf Coast. In May 1991, Ray C. Weaver, Sr. became Chairman of the Board of Directors of RCWMCI and James “Jimmy” W. Weaver, Sr. became President and Chief Executive Officer assuming general charge and control of business operations. Ray C. Weaver passed away on June 28, 2009.


Our work area is the lower six (6) counties of Mississippi, but predominantly the three (3) coastal counties of Hancock, Harrison, and Jackson. We work direct for Agencies, Owners, and we also work as a specialty subcontractor for local, regional, and national contractors.


We are signatory to a working agreement with Local 568 of the United Association of Journeymen and Apprentices of the Plumbing and Pipe Fitting Industry, Building Trades Division. This releationship gives us access to a highly skilled and experienced labor supply. We can man our projects adequately and timely with local people. We have a key group of foremen and journeymen who have been steadily employed by our firm for many years, many having started with us as apprentices. This core group is supplemented as needed , to fit the work in progress. Our HVAC/R service technicians have also been with the company for many years and have a diverse background and capability in electrical, electronics and refrigeration.


In 1997 we purchased one of our sheet metal subcontractors. We purchased their equipment and leased the building that they had been operating. In 2000 we built our own sheet metal fabrication facility. After Hurricane Katrina flooded our facility in 2005, we replaced the sheet metal fabrication equipment and added a new plasma cutting table. Our sheet metal operations are non-union. Our sheet metal operation has a core group; manager, shop foreman and field foremen who have been steadily employed by the firm for many years.


Since and as result of Hurricane Katrina, August 29, 2005, we completed numerous renovations for our past clients including; Mississippi Power Company’s General Office building at Gulfport, Hancock Bank’s One Hancock Plaza at Gulfport, the Gulfport School District, and the since closed Gulf Coast Medical Center at Biloxi.


We are proud of our design-build capability. Completed projects include: Future Pipe, a fiberglass manufacturing facility at Gulfport that included manufacturing, administrative offices, and production offices for an overseas owner. Future Pipe was awarded after an interview, pricing, and presentation process that involved our regions premier construction firms. Soprema, a roll-roofing manufacturing facility at Gulfport that included manufacturing, warehousing, and administrative offices for an overseas owner. Lynn Meadows Discovery Center Performing Arts facility at Gulfport which incorporates an auditorium, reception area, commercial kitchen, and classroom facilities.


SIDE/BELOW: Picture of Ray Weaver. Picture of Weaver & Sons, Inc. management and foremen at the State Port of Gulfport in front of recently completed banana terminal 1967.

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