About C & E Industrial | The Foremost Commercial Construction Company in the Southwest
For two decades, C&E Industrial has served the Southwest with commercial construction excellence and reliability. Our team of certified and experienced HVAC, plumbing, and construction experts pride themselves on their flexibility and know-how. In fact, most of our staff is well-versed in several aspects of the construction process. That means leading availability and quality that can’t be matched. Since we’re available 24/7, C&E Industrial is prepared to help with any commercial needs.
Our vision is to be the recognized performance leader in the construction industry. We will achieve operational excellence in industry-leading customer satisfaction and superior safety performance. We aim to serve all of the Southwest, and to provide lasting quality service for decades to come, no matter the scope of the project.
The C&E Industrial Team
Our C&E team consists of experts of all disciplines with decades of experience in commercial construction. We are woman-owned, which provides a different perspective that the construction industry often lacks. We hire local talent that knows the region, and the specific requirements that the Southwest climate and environment demands. Our employees are journeymen who have myriad certifications to ensure each project is done with safety and quality at the forefront. Most of our employees also boast cross-training, which creates a system of checks that our competitors cannot claim. Perhaps the most defining aspect of our team is our pride in our work, and our confidence in completing any project. Private or government, small or large, C&E Industrial Services can make it happen.
How We’re Different
The Southwest region is awash with construction companies and contractors, but none deliver the complete package that C&E can offer. Many companies can build, but not maintain structures or systems. Some have technical expertise but miss the customer service element that is crucial to long-lasting relationships and builds. We not only believe there shouldn’t have to be a compromise, but that the best projects have all elements working together. Core to our company is the belief that technical expertise, quality, and customer service are the ingredients for the most successful construction projects. Our pride in our work only allows for success, so you can expect to have all these aspects when working with us.
In the construction industry, safety is paramount. Here at C&E Industrial, we go to great lengths to ensure safety for our clients and employees. All employees and subcontractors are expected to adhere to the provisions set forth in our health and safety program, which is set up to also comply with the Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA). To that end, we require several certifications from all of our employees.
NEW MEXICO CONSTRUCTION CLASSIFICATIONS
Qualifying Party Name: Isidro R. Valles
Classification: GB98, MM98, GF09, LP04, MHDMM98
- SBA Certified Small Disadvantaged Business
- New Mexico Workforce Registration No.: 021632201225
- ASME U-Stamp Welding Certification No. 35,443
- ASME S-Stamp Welding Certification No. 35,444
- The National Board R-Stamp Welding Certification No. R-6164
- Certification by the Department of Homeland Security
- R, S, U Certification Stamps
- ASME Certification
- Certified Space Attendants
- All Appropriate Licensing for New Mexico and Texas
Some Notable Current & Previous Clients
- Ruidoso, Carlsbad, and Alamogordo
- White Sands Missile Range
- Deptartment of Homeland Security
- US Customs & Border Protection
- El Paso Electric
- Dona Ana County- CRRUA
- Freeport Mc Moran
- HA Gray and Associates
- P&N Resources
General Construction Classifications
GB-98 Contractor may bid and contract as the prime contractor of a project that involves work authorized by the GB-98 license classification, regardless of the percentage of work in the mechanical/plumbing and/or electrical trades. The work outside the scope of the prime contractor’s license classification(s) must be subcontracted to an entity validly licensed in the appropriate classification(s). A GB-98 contractor may not bid and contract as the prime contractor of an entire project if the major portion of the work to be performed, based on dollar amount, is covered by the scope of any GA or GF classification.
GF-9 Utility lines (sewage, natural gas and underground telephone cables). Requires two years’ experience Construct, install, alter or repair utility lines for the transmission of sewage, natural gas and water, including excavating, grading, trenching, boring, shoring, backfilling, compacting, paving and surfacing. Construct, alter, or repair treatment plants and facilities incidental thereto. Install direct burial telephone or data cable and vaults as directed by the telephone utility. May not perform installation of electrical raceways, splicing, termination, installation of load pots, overhead cabling work, or other activities considered under the scope of the ES-7, EL-1or EE-98 electrical classifications.
MM-98 Mechanical Requires four years’ experience. Requires licensure in classifications MM-1 through MM-4 and covers all work described in these classifications, as well as work described in the MS-3, MS-6, MS-12 and MS-14.
Residential and Commercial
MM-1 Plumbing: Requires four years’ experience. Install, alter, repair and service plumbing fixtures, and piping, including pneumatic or electric controls and control wiring not greater than 24 volts, concrete supports, and excavating, trenching and backfilling. Includes hot water heating systems not exceeding 30 p.s.i. or 400,00 b.t.u./hour input; piping for fuel, oil and gasoline and for solar energy systems; septic tanks, manholes and sewer lines; irrigation sprinkler systems; swimming pools and spas. Does not include installation of natural gas fired appliances or natural gas piping.
MM-2 Natural gas fitting: Requires four years’ experience. Install, alter, repair and service natural gas piping and fittings and incidental controls and control wiring, pneumatic control systems, excavating, trenching and backfilling. Includes installation of hot water systems exceeding 30 p.s.i. or 400,000 b.t.u./hour input; steam and hot water boilers; and warm air heating systems such as chimney connections, flues, refractories, burners, fittings valves, thermal insulation, accessories and incidental piping; warm air appliances and other listed gas appliances. May not install LP Gas systems.
MM-3 Heating, ventilation & air conditioning (HVAC): Requires four years’ experience. Install, alter, repair and service HVAC air handling and refrigeration equipment and piping, including fans, coils, condensing units, self-contained packaged air conditioning and/or heating units, evaporative cooling units, solar energy systems, ductwork and pneumatic tube systems. May connect water to existing valved outlets, and install controls, and control wiring not to exceed 24 volts. May bid and contract for structural alterations, painting, electrical wiring and other work incidental to this scope of work, provided such work is performed by a properly licensed contractor.
MM-4 Heating, cooling and process piping: Requires four years’ experience. Install, alter, repair and service hydronic heating, cooling and process piping for steam hot water systems of any temperature pressure range, chilled water systems, condensing water systems and process piping systems. Includes pressure vessels, heat exchangers, boilers, refrigeration water chillers, cooling towers, fuel oil tanks and fuel oil piping, and pneumatic or electric controls and control wiring not to exceed 24 volts. Install high pressure and process piping solar energy systems of any temperature or any pressure conveying gas or fluids other than potable water, and pneumatic tube systems.
MS-3 Septic tanks & sewer: Requires two years’ experience. Install, alter, repair or service septic tanks and systems, manholes and sewer lines, starting at a point five (5) feet beyond the outside wall of a building and ending at a connection to a public or private utility. May excavate, trench, backfill and grade as necessary, and install or repair plug- in type electrical control panels, controls and control wiring not to exceed 24 volts.
MS-6 Lawn sprinklers: Requires two years’ experience. Install, alter, repair or service sprinkler systems which are connected to a potable water supply. May excavate and backfill as necessary and install or repair plug-in type electrical control panels, controls and control wiring not to exceed 24 volts.
MS-12 Fire protection sprinkler systems: Requires four years’ experience. Install alter, repair or service fire protection systems using water, including any pressure or storage tanks required, controls and control wiring up to 24 volts. May excavate and backfill and install piping from structure to off-premise water supply adjacent to property involving a fire protection system. May bid or contract for structural alterations, painting, electrical wiring, etc., incidental to the system installation, provided such work is performed by a properly licensed contractor.
MS-14 Dry chemical fire protection: Requires four years’ experience. Install, alter, repair or service fire protection systems using gas or chemical, including CO, clean agent. Includes pressurized storage tanks, valves, temperature sensing devices and other incidental control wiring up to 24 volts. May install solenoid or shut-off valve devices in these systems. May bid or contract for structural alterations, painting, electrical wiring, etc., incidental to the system installation, provided such work is performed by a properly licensed contractor.
NAIC CODES (North American Industry Classification System)
236210 Industrial Building Construction
236220 Commercial and Institutional Building Construction 237110 Water and Sewer Line and Related Structures Construction 237120 Oil and Gas Pipeline and Related Structures Construction 237310 Highway, Street and Bridge Construction
237990 Other Heavy and Civil Engineering Construction 238110 Poured Concrete Foundation and Structure Contractors 238120 Structure Steel and Precast Concrete Contractors 238130 Framing Contractors
238140 Masonry Contractors
238220 Plumbing, Heating and Air-Conditioning Contractors 238310 Drywall and Insulation Contractors
238320 Painting and Wall Covering Contractors 238330 Flooring Contractors
238350 Finish Carpentry Contractors 238910 Site Preparation Contractors
238990 All Other Specialty Trade Contractors
331210 Iron and Steel Pipe and Tube Manufacturing from Purchased Steel 332322 Sheet Metal Work Manufacturing
332410 Power Boiler and Heat Exchanger Manufacturing 332911 Industrial Valve Manufacturing
332919 Other Metal Valve and Pipe Fitting Manufacturing 332996 Fabricated Pipe and Pipe Fitting Manufacturing
332999 All Other Miscellaneous Fabricated Metal Product Manufacturing
333415 Air-Conditioning and Warm Air Heating Equipment and Commercial and Industrial Refrigeration Equipment Manufacturing
333992 Welding and Soldering Equipment Manufacturing
SIC (Standard Industrial Classification) 1541 Industrial Building and Warehouses 1629 Heavy Construction, NEC
1711 Plumbing, Heating, Air-Conditioning 3444 Sheet Metal Work
7349 Building Maintenance Services, NEC 7692 Welding Repair