EJ is the leader in the design, manufacture and distribution of access solutions for water, sewer, drainage, telecommunications and utility networks worldwide. EJ offers the broadest range of high-quality infrastructure access solutions. Products include municipal and construction castings: manhole frames and covers; drainage and trench grates, fire hydrants and valves; valve boxes, aluminum access hatches, and detectable warning plates. Our distribution coverage continues to expand into new markets.
As an entrepreneurial family-owned company, we have a long, successful heritage of meeting change with innovation. Since our founding in 1883, we have grown by providing access solutions to meet the demands of the world’s growing infrastructure. You’re determined to build a stronger community, and we’re determined to deliver solutions that help you do it. EJ helps communities like yours maintain a sustainable water, sewer and street infrastructure. Fueled by innovation, our design, manufacturing and distribution processes continue to evolve—creating solutions that provide an unparalleled customer experience.
Since 2012, EJ has consolidated its business, including East Jordan Iron Works, Inc., East Jordan, Michigan, USA, and its affiliated companies including Norinco in France, Cavanagh in Ireland, McCoy Construction Castings in Canada, HaveStock in Australia, and numerous other North American acquisitions under one global brand. One name and brand unifies the company and supports our vision to be the leader in infrastructure access solutions.
For more information about EJ and its history, please visit the EJ Visitor Center page or americas.ejco.com.
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The EJ legacy dates back to 1883 when William E. Malpass
and his father-in-law, Richard W. Round, established a
foundry on the shores of Lake Charlevoix in the town of
East Jordan. Known as East Jordan Iron Works for over 125
years, the company has become an international leader in
the design, manufacture, and distribution of access solutions
for water, sewer, drainage, telecommunications, and utility
The Visitor Center features various exhibits about the history,
process, products, and global presence of the company.
Come visit us today.
Monday – Friday: 10 AM – 4 PM
Other times by appointment