Our Working Place

At American Industrial Contractors, we are committed to safety, quality, and service. It is important to us that we go out of our way to ensure that you, the customer are 100% satisfied. Safety, quality, and service have been our goals since the company first started and we continue to strive for excellence.

Safety tops our list of priorities. We know how important it is for our crew to get the right training and stop accidents before they happen. Therefore, our crane operators are CCO certified and they have been through rigorous OSHA and MSHA training.

Service is next on our list. Providing quality service means having a variety of equipment, an excellent staff, and a wide range of capabilities. That is exactly what you will find at American Industrial Contractors. We have equipment ranging from small forklifts to 200-ton capacity cranes and we are capable of providing services from rigging to shutdowns.

And finally, the quality of the services we provide is unmatched.

We are proud to provide you with competitive quotes, so contact us and let us know what we can do for you.

About Us

  • American Industrial Contractors was founded in 1959
  • American Industrial Contractors is headquartered in Lexington, KY
  • AIC has a “Zero Accident” philosophy
  • All major construction crafts are self-performed
  • AIC has one of the largest company-owned inventories of cranes, tools, and equipment
  • AIC is one of the largest, most comprehensive, most respected machinery moving companies in the region
  • AIC occupies 50,000 square feet of building space

American Industrial Contractors services all of Central Kentucky including; Lexington, Georgetown, Frankfort, Winchester, Mt. Sterling, Richmond, Berea, Nicholasville, Versailles, and more. AIC has also completed out of state jobs, including; Ohio and Tennessee.


  • Aggregate plants and bulk material handling systems
  • Asphalt and concrete batch plants
  • Automotive industry
  • Cement manufacturing plants and distribution terminals
  • General manufacturing and process industries
  • Glass, fiberglass, and fiber optic manufacturing plants
  • Non-wovens manufacturing
  • Pharmaceutical, cosmetics and food processing and packaging plants
  • Plastics and film manufacturing
  • Pollution control systems
  • Power generation facilities
  • Pulp and paper mills
  • Steel mills and metals processing facilities
  • Tire and rubber manufacturing