Who we are
JPM Engineering is one of New Zealand’s most experienced steel fabricators and industrial engineering providers. We offer design, laser cutting, CNC pressing, CNC machining, welding, project management and installation and site services.
Originally founded by Jock Marshall in 1952, today JPM Engineering is still a family owned and operated business with over 90 staff and 5 fully equipped workshops in Hamilton and Christchurch.
From over 65 years of servicing our customers who demand reliability, quality workmanship and exceptional service, JPM Engineering has the knowledge, experience, capability and infrastructure to solve even the
toughest engineering problems and deliver complete end-to-end engineering solutions.
We pride ourselves on being large enough to tackle the big jobs but with the family values to still care about the little ones. This philosophy along with trained staff, customer dedication and up to date technology ensures we continue to maintain our reputation as a leader in our field.
It is JPM Engineering’s mission to ensure that quality is not sacrificed and our customers are satisfied and remain satisfied with our work. Most importantly, we stand by everything we do! All work is undertaken and supervised by staff that are typically trade qualified and competent to undertake the work required. We demand the best from our staff and invest time and money in training them on aspects relating to quality assurance.
Eliminating or mitigating Health & Safety risks in our work so everyone gets home safely is an obligation everyone at JPM Engineering shares and takes seriously.
The First JP Marshall Workshop
First JP Marshall Workshop in north Hamilton.
The early days
JP Marshall Engineering team, led by John Marshall.
Canterbury Malting Silo Storage Complex
JP Marshall develops the Canterbury Malting silo storage complex in the Manawatu, its largest project at the time.
JP Marshall moves to new workshop
JP Marshall moves into new workshop facilities in Bristol Place, where it still operates today.
A Second Generation for JP Marshall
JP Marshall team of 26, now headed in the second generation by Peter Marshall.
JP Marshall works rebuilding the Fonterra dairy factory in Te Rapa.
Investment in technology
JP Marshall purchases its first CNC cutting machines.
The growth continues
JP Marshall team has grown to 48 staff and expanded to three fully equipped workshops.
The present day
JP Marshall now employees over 90 staff and operates within five workshops on a 20,000 square meter site.