Our Focus & Mission Accomplished for 40 years…
To exceed our customer’s needs by building long-term relationships with employees, contractors, and vendors. Executing projects accurately and efficiently, our commitment is to excellence and customer satisfaction.
Frontier Mechanical incorporated in 1984 has grown to become a leading mechanical contracting and service company in Colorado. We are a locally owned and operated company with an average of 120 employees. Our success over the past 40 years has been demonstrated by completing all awarded jobs successfully. We see our jobs through to the end. Bonding capacity at 30 million is a reflection of our commitment to manage projects successfully and to completion.
Multiple employees pride themselves in being a part of the Frontier team for 5, 10, 20, and 30+ years. Our commitment to our employees and their commitment to FMI is where true success is achieved in business. Low turn-over of key employees leads to consistency, resulting in repeat business and successful project completion year after year.
In 2022, we celebrated the 25th year of our Annual Frontier Mechanical Golf Tournament and raised over $71,000. The tournament, held at the Meadows Golf Course, is our way of thanking customers and supporting local charities such as The Make-A-Wish Foundation of Colorado and The Food For Thought BakPak Program for Jefferson County. Over the years, with the support of participants and vendor sponsorships, we have raised over $878,000 for our community.
Make-A-Wish Colorado: “Thank you for your fundraising efforts on our behalf through your annual golf tournament. Frontier Mechanical has raised $468,890 since 2004 and has granted 88 wishes! Your donation reflects a sincere commitment to our mission, and we’re grateful for your faith in us to make this happen.” – Joan Mazak
Jefferson County BakPak Program: “Frontier Mechanical’s tireless efforts over the years for the Make-A-Wish Foundation and now to the hundreds of kids in our BakPak Program and their families, are a beautiful witness to so many, especially to me, of how to care for those in broken places.” – Joe Gamarano