It has been Bulldog’s belief that our success is due to our customer and employee support. We know that honestly and integrity are the best values to have both in the shop and out in the field. Our community outreach is something we are very proud of because it show the true character of the Bulldog family. This not only helps our community but strengthens the relationships of our employees. We are always looking for new ways to help and give back any suggestion please contact our HR department at firstname.lastname@example.org.
John Moir moved to the Western Slope of Colorado in 1994 because of the opportunities it offered to his career and family. Father of three daughters and a son, he has been deeply involved with many facets of the community. With a Master degree from TAMU in real estate finance he invested in numerous business ventures over the years. John joined Bulldog in 2011 in order to help oversee an expansion that helped grow the company from a relatively small company to one of the fastest growing companies in Grand Junction. Today the mission is to continue to manage that growth through diversification where Bulldog can expand into markets that support other local manufacturers as well as bringing new work into the valley from surrounding metro centers.
Tim is one of the founders of Bulldog. He was raised in Grand Junction, attended CMU as part of the Aerial Robotics Program and competed in an International Aerial Robotics Competition in Washington, 1996. Tim has over 20 years of experience in machining, welding and design. His vision for Bulldog is to aid problem solving in the oilfield and other various manufacturing areas. Tim’s dedication to precision and innovation is what allows Bulldog to aid its customers with their complex problems.
Keith Allen, born and raised in Grand Junction, Colorado, is one of the founding members of Bulldog. He is presently a managing member of Bulldog. Prior to Bulldog, he started and ran a successful garage door company for 12 years. He has been involved with machining for most of his life thanks to his father who was a master machinist. He spent hours on end with his father learning what it takes to run different kinds of machines and why quality is the best service a shop can offer. His experience with machining and management has helped propel Bulldog to its success.