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John Bouchard & Sons Co.
Nashville: (615) 256-0112
Knoxville: (865) 523-9300
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John Bouchard & Sons Co.
BUILDING & SUSTAINING HARDWORKING INFRASTRUCTURE
— Since 1900 —
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IRON CONSTRUCTION CASTINGS

Our quality products and services are why our region counts on JBS to provide the castings their communities rely on.

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SERVICE & REPAIR

Our team of experts is on-call to ensure that your equipment runs smoothly when you need it most.

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EQUIPMENT SALES

Leveraging strong manufacturer relationships and a vast inventory, JBS supplies everything from complex systems to small parts.

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CONSTRUCTION & FABRICATION

We bring cutting-edge technology, a team of experts, and over a century of experience delivering turnkey projects to every job.

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For over a century, the John Bouchard & Sons Co. tradition of innovation and excellence has helped create and maintain the systems that keep the Mid-South running.
TAKE A LOOK AT OUR RECENT PROJECTS
CLARKSVILLE WWTP

JBS chosen as a plumbing and mechanical subcontractor for a large Clarksville WWTP project.

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HENDERSONVILLE WTP

3D Enterprises picks JBS for plumbing & mechanical services on water treatment plant.

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CLOVER BOTTOM

JBS was selected as the mechanical subcontractor for the Clover Bottom Phase II project.

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COLUMBIA STATE LIBRARY

JBS was awarded the Columbia State Library HVAC project as a prime contractor

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DODSON CHAPEL

Brasfield and Gorrie selected JBS as the mechanical subcontractor for this Metro Water project.

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ELECTROLUX

JBS was selected to furnish and install a new 10” natural gas main for Electrolux.

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History
From our beginnings as a metalwork shop to the wide range of services we now offer, JBS has been a fixture in the community since 1900.
1900
John Bouchard moves to Nashville, opening a machine and metalwork shop on Harrison Street.
In 1925, the fire-sprinkler department is launched. It will go on to grow dramatically during the WWII years.
1925
1940s
Surviving the Great Depression, JBS continued to expand its services through the WWII years.
Expanding on 40 years of experience in pouring foundry products, JBS builds a new foundry facility.
1963
1991
JBS enters the plant compressed air market, providing complete compressed air systems and round-the-clock service.
Today, JBS continues its longstanding tradition of building and sustaining infrastructure with excellence.
Present
Do you have a project in mind? Contact us today for over 100 years worth of experience and integrity.