Wednesday, May 22, 2024

JQOL Awarded Vendor of the Month for April 2024

INDIANAPOLIS – Today, JQOL was awarded as the certified Vendor of the Month for April 2024 by Indianapolis City-County Councilor Dan Boots and Director David Fredricks of the Office of Minority & Women Business Development (OMWBD). JQOL, a leading MBE/DBE engineering firm founded in 2019 by Jarvis Jointer, is dedicated to “Improving the Quality of Life” through its innovative approach to civil & structural engineering, construction administration, surveying, inspections, and landscape architecture.

“We are thrilled to announce JQOL as our Vendor of the Month for April 2024. Under the exceptional leadership of Jarvis Jointer, this business has achieved remarkable growth, expanding from a single member to over 50 employees with three offices across two states, in roughly 5 years,” said Director David Fredricks. “Jarvis has demonstrated not only a commitment to business success but also a dedication to giving back to the community, making him a true role model for aspiring entrepreneurs.”

Councilor Boots, Director Fredricks, Jarvis Jointer. (Photo provided/Office of Minority and Women Business Development)
Councilor Boots, Director Fredricks, Jarvis Jointer. (Photo provided/Office of Minority and Women Business Development)

JQOL’s commitment to community growth and development is evident in its diverse portfolio of projects across Indianapolis, including the IndyGo Blue Line, IPS projects, Parks, Community Centers, and Libraries. JQOL focuses on each project’s immediate and lasting impact on future generations. JQOL is dedicated to fostering the next generation of engineers, and this is exemplified through active involvement in STEM initiatives. Jarvis Jointer and his team have set up an internship and scholarship initiative for the Minority Engineering Program of Indianapolis (MEPI) and a scholarship at Marian University, aiming to shape the future of engineering and create a lasting impact in the community.

“Receiving this recognition is truly an honor for our team. We are incredibly grateful for this recognition and the opportunity to showcase our commitment to quality and excellence in everything we do,” said Jarvis Jointer. “This award is a testament to our team’s hard work and passion, and we look forward to continuing our efforts to serve our community with pride and integrity.”


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