As a 3rd generation general contracting business, we have a reputation for quality and integrity that you can build on. Since 1962, QMC, Inc. has specialized in commercial construction, metal buildings, concrete flat and form work, and design/build projects. We also construct residential homes, assist with modular homes, and perform remodeling projects of any scale.
2520 Castle Rock Rd
Quinter, KS 67752
In the early 1960’s, Marlan Jamison and his wife, Shirley, decided they needed a building for their custom hay harvesting business, so he designed and fabricated clear-span steel truss frames from oil field pipe and ordered sheet metal and trim from a component supplier. The project went well and shortly thereafter, several businesses in the area decided they also needed a building and asked Marlan to build one for them, just like the one he did for himself. Soon, fabricating and installing buildings for the local ag industry crowded out any time for custom hay harvesting. That was the start of Quinter Manufacturing & Construction in 1962. Now in his upper 80s, Marlan is retired but still visits the business daily to keep everyone in line. He is honored to leave behind the legacy of a family-owned business with strong Christian values.
Jeff Bauman, began his employment at QMC in 1977 shortly after marrying Marlan’s middle daughter, Deb. With a background in construction design and drafting, he immediately fell into place and helped to further develop the business by adding the ability to reach into the commercial construction sector as well as other markets. Jeff is now the President of the company.
Jeff’s son, Jesse, grew up working at QMC as a young man until he graduated high school. After 5 years of college and 5 years of professional experience, Jesse made the decision to return to the family business in 2008. Together, father and son have grown the business to what it is today serving multiple construction markets as a general contractor. He is now the Vice President.
Kay Moorhous started helping Shirley Jamison with the bookkeeping part-time in 1996. With Kay’s help, Shirley was able to slowly step away from the business and into retirement, leaving the administrative side of the business in Kay’s capable hands.