COMPONENTS

Superstition Components is our manufacturing division. It is the cornerstone of Superstition Carpentry as 90% of the homes we frame start out with “wall panels” produced in our plant.
Not only are we providing “wall panels” for our own end use, we also supply panels to other framing contractors. Other services we provide are design for walls and trusses and CAD for use in engineering.
Although many companies build “wall panels”, we have a unique approach that we are proud of. Partnering with Arizona Department of Corrections, Arizona Corrections Industries, and Core Civic; Superstition currently operates its wall plant within the Red Rock Correctional Facility in Eloy, AZ.
We start the inmates that have been chosen for the program with intense training in tool safety and basic carpentry skills. After training is complete the inmates join the rest of staff in production. Selected inmates with computer skills are taught design software and computer aided drafting.
We, at Superstition, are proud of the work we do to change inmates’ lives, give them hope for the future, and reduce recidivism rates. It is our intention for all inmates that come through our system to join our team in high paying positions. In the event they go on to other employment opportunities, we take pride in the fact that we have passed on important life skills.
Future plans under the Superstition Components umbrella include a truss plant and a door shop. As with the wall plant, these endeavors will also take place in correctional facilities.

We measure success by the way we touch people’s lives.

Superstition also has field crews that are contracted by the builders to complete the framing for single-family and multifamily projects. Importantly, Superstition’s goal is to not only provide training and work opportunities to inmates during their incarceration, but also to serve as an employer ready, willing and able to hire those inmates into well-paying jobs upon release. Superstition’s goal is to transition the skilled labor force trained within the prisons to full-time positions with Superstition’s field crews and design teams upon release.