Founded in 1980 and under new ownership since 2016, Comstock Industries retains privately-held business values, such as flexibility and efficiencies, but has now achieved the next level of discipline and professionalism through reliable systems and processes. We have a relentless focus on developing the right culture and values to serve increasingly demanding industries and customers.
Comstock Industries is built on a foundation that is a concrete mix of traditional machining practices and modern American leadership. While we maintain strict adherence to the transactional behaviors of meeting tolerances and prints, we also focus our employees on personal responsibility, good habits, and continuous personal growth. Improving existing skillsets is important, but equally important is the learning of new skills. At Comstock our training matrix is as scalable as our workforce. The more an employee wishes to learn new skills and create good habits through learning, the more opportunity is provided by our company.
Comstock is committed to education internally and externally. Internally we provide on the job training to move motivated employees through a wide range of skill sets, the only limit being the employee’s desire to continuously learn. Externally Comstock is committed to the local technical schools, colleges, and universities. Our staff actively teaches in the community college system, we sit on the advisory boards of multiple colleges, and we are actively engaged with regional high school technical programs.
Comstock understands that growth is not possible without scalable processes. We understand that success is not achievable unless the underlying systems that drive production are robust, repeatable, and rewarding for our employees.
Therefore, we engage the world by following five key principles: