Mission & Profiles

Our mission at Quality Controlled Manufacturing Inc. is to do whatever it takes to please our customers, continually improve effectiveness and efficiency of all processes and encourage an employee’s pride in their work. To accomplish these goals, we shall focus on having zero non-conformances and customer returns, a 100% on-time delivery performance and reduced manufacturing time to ensure 100% customer satisfaction.

To be a world class organization leading the way in our industry in: customer service; innovation; integrity; workplace growth; and in our relentless pursuit of continuous improvement.

Defining the Future in Manufacturing

Bob Grande


William R. “Bob” Grande
CEO & President

Bob Grande is the Chief Executive Officer and President of Quality Controlled Manufacturing, Inc.  Bob launched QCMI, a precision machining company, in October 1978 in his Santee, California garage with just one employee. He has led the company, which now has more than 95 employees in three locations to receiving the prestigious and coveted United Technologies Corp. (UTC) Supplier Gold award for five consecutive years.

Bob has been recognized for his leadership and accomplishments, winning the 2011 Most Admired CEO Award by the San Diego Business Journal and the 2012 Santee Person of the Year, as well as the 2012 Santee Chamber of Commerce Business Leadership Award. Under Bob’s guidance, QCMI achieved No. 69 on the San Diego Business Journal 2012 Top 100 Fastest Growing Companies List and ranked No. 4618 on the 2012 Inc. 500 | 5000 America’s Fastest Growing Private Companies List. In addition QCMI received the prestigious 2012 San Diego BBB Torch Award for Marketplace Ethics in the 25-to-99 employee category and the San Diego Society for Human Resource Management 2012 Workplace Excellence Awards’ Marble Winner in the under 150 employee category.

Prior to launching QCMI, Bob served in Germany during the Vietnam War while in the U.S. Army.  Bob continues to be a leader in the community by supporting public organizations that benefit the community such as the National Veterans Transition Services, Inc. REBOOT Workshops, Rotary and various other community charities.

Photo Credit: Karen Morgan Photography




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