We’re a veteran-owned company, with pride in doing things the right way whether we are painting a battleship or preparing a meal for the less fortunate.
Phillips Industrial got its start in 1961 as Phillips Welding. Eugene Phillips was living in a mobile home and working as a welder on night shift. He started welding repairs to pumps and boat trailers, using a tree stump as his welding bench. After three years of hard work, he built a welding shop behind his mobile home, on Rifle Range Road in Mt. Pleasant, SC.
Customer service is our hallmark… it drives all our decisions, rules all our activities, and after safety, is our highest concern.
Welding repairs on boat trailers soon led to sandblasting and painting them too — this was long before galvanizing. Phillips soon began doing swimming pools, houses and jobs of all kinds. Before long, Eugene and his two sons were in manufacturing plants, cleaning and painting all sorts of equipment. Phillips Industrial’s facilities are now located across from the Bushy Park Industrial Complex in Goose Creek, SC. Hard work and dedication have certainly brought us a long way!
Phillips Gives Back
At Phillips Industrial Services, we believe it is crucial to give back to the local community. Below are a few of the charities we have supported with our services or financially.
Ronald McDonald House
We support Ronald McDonald House: Charleston and their mission to create compassionate environments and programs that provide families the best chance of success in caring for their child with complex medical needs.
We belive that
- Everyone deserves a place to call home.
- Homelessness should be brief and non-recurring.
- The only solution to homelessness is housing.
Homes for Haiti
Haiti has been rocked by national disasters, leaving many men, women, and children in dire need of shelter and food. Phillips Industrial Services has worked to help build new homes in Haiti’s most devastated areas.
Keys for Hope
Keys for Hope® was started by a group of children in Mt. Pleasant, SC. They raise money and awareness for local homeless shelter, One80 Place by decorating recycled, painted keys and turning them into little symbols of hope (key chains/necklaces/ornaments). To date they have raised over $60,000
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