Minority-owned since its beginning in 1983, LoJac, LLC has seamlessly evolved into a hydro excavation and pipe camera service provider. We provide high quality services to the construction industry throughout the Southeast. Our years of experience in construction allows us to provide our customers with excellent service they can trust. We have successfully completed many unique projects, including shopping centers, airport renovations, and major private projects. Our goal is to safely provide outstanding results that showcase our expertise, quality products, and timely completion of each project, leaving our customers with a positive and lasting impression.
As a minority-owned company with Native American heritage, LoJac is guided by strong business ethics and integrity. Our mission is to provide customers with the highest quality materials and services. Our employees’ commitment to this mission is demonstrated through excellent customer service, hard work, and innovation as we continue to contribute to the growth of our nation’s infrastructure as well as the construction industry in Tennessee and throughout the Southeast.
LoJac Inc. was organized and incorporated in the State of Tennessee.April 1983
LoJac Safety Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of LoJac Inc., was organized.June 1983
LoJac Enterprises Inc. was organized in March 1986 and acquired the Nashville paving division of McDowell Enterprise, Inc.March 1986
In 1987, LoJac started a grading division to complement paving operations.April 1987
LoJac Materials Inc. was organized in April 1987 through the acquisition of Wilco Block Company.April 1987
LoJac materials Inc. opened an office and stockyard in Cookeville, Tennessee.August 1999
LoJac Materials Inc. acquired Brown’s Concrete and Block, making it the largest concrete block producer in Middle TennesseeApril 2011
LoJac partnered with Ground Up Recycling to develop and grow a shingle recycling business across Middle Tennessee.January 2014
LoJac formed a joint venture with Alley Cassetty making us the largest concrete producer in TennesseeJanuary 2015
Rockwood Recycling began as an expansion of Ground Up Recycling for the processing of wood waste, tires, and other materials for the beneficial use of waste to energy and other recycling end use.August 2016