About Us


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What we believe

Remembering Gary

On September 5, 2008 we lost the first employee to join us at PSI. Gary Allan Aslakson was killed in a tragic motorcycle accident. Anyone associated with our company knew Gary. He was a fine Father, and probably the best taping foreman we will ever have. Gary will forever be remembered by those of us who had the privilage to work with him.


Partition Systems Incorporated was founded in 1992 by Wally Inglis, Steve Johnson, and Gary Thomas. The founders felt there was a better way of doing business then they were currently experiencing. Too much time was spent on the jobsite trying to find extras, and too many of the projects ended in arguments.

With the founding of Partition Systems a company was formed determined to work for the customer. With a sales staff that quoted a job price that was inclusive to build the project as it was drawn. Our field personal spends their time finding solutions to the problems facing our customers. Trying to find the best way possible to complete the project the way the owner had envisioned it.

Since our inception we have had success after success. We have developed a customer base that is loyal to us because they know when they have us on the jobsite we are part of a team. And our success is measured out of there own.

We are honored to field the finest construction staff in the industry. Our project managers and our superintendents focus on the problems of a jobsite, be it construction difficulty or challenging schedule, long before our scope of work begins. We strive to have most of the obstacles that could impact a projects completion solved long before the crews begin their work. Ensuring the time allocated for our scope of work is minimized. And in completing every project we strive for a "zero punch" list. Our personal strive to eliminate any quality discrepancies before the owner or architect do there final walk through. So the only comment made at the final walk through is "a job well done".