• Infusing Efficiency

    Founded in 1928 by inventor John W. McIntyre who commercialized heating and cooling technologies in the early part of the 20th century, McIntyre Industries (McIntyre) has a long history of superb craftsmanship, customized solutions and product durability. A focus on the war effort during World War II was the company’s first foray into military-grade manufacturing processes, a relationship that deepened and developed over time in the modern era with long-standing contracts with the U.S. Navy.   read more...

  • Rising to Every Challenge

    Brian Gearhart believes that life lessons shape who we are or who we may become. His began in childhood growing up in Kentucky, where he worked at a very young age on a farm from sun up to sundown. His strong work ethic was shaped while spending time on a tractor and maintaining livestock.   read more...

  • ‘Always up’ to the challenge

    Jason Ake, owner and CEO of Austin-based Professional Plotter Technology Corp., knows the wide-format plotting and printing business inside and out—literally.   read more...

  • Elevated Excellence

    When he was 10 years old, Dan Wrenn visited the Port of Boston, a seaport in the Boston Harbor, with his father. Young Dan didn’t much care about the ships, the containers or bustling activity of the harbor. Instead, he was fascinated watching his father install a new elevator in one of the massive ship-to-shore gantry cranes. In that instant, he knew he’d found his calling, and set a course to learn all he could about this challenging and dangerous profession.   read more...

  • Americana's Alive in Texas

    It was a sweltering summer day in Houston, Texas, when I spoke with Michael (Mike) Ortiz, the Executive Vice President for the John Deere Division at 
Doggett Heavy Machinery Services (Doggett).   read more...

  • Around-the-Clock Solutions

    Luke Mulholland, Gerry Frey and Rob Johnstone have been in business together since 1994. Gerry and Rob were roommates in college, and they met Luke just out of college. After successfully launching and growing two businesses together—a transport company called Priority Express and a record storage company called Priority Archives—the three partners decided to found Priority Rental, a continuation of the Priority family of businesses. Priority Rental offers short-term rentals of dehumidification, heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) units for remediation, commercial use and institutional properties or outdoor events.   read more...

  • Flying the Flag

    Acme Lingo Flagpoles’ story began 121 years ago in 1897 on the Delaware River in Camden, New Jersey. John E. Lingo was a tugboat captain, and at the time there were 27 spar yards on the river that made wooden ship masts and made repairs when a ship’s mast was broken.   read more...

  • Standing The Test Of Time

    Without hesitation, John Riley pinpoints the most influential client Sullivan designBUILD (SdB) has had over the past 50 years of doing business in the state of Wisconsin.   read more...

  • Smaller, Faster, Better

    After working at one of the largest firms in the nation for the better part of two decades, Ray Hallquist and John Todd sought a nimbler approach to general contracting. In April 2017, they started HPM Contracting in Centennial, Colorado, and now have a team of more than 20 people with a handful of ongoing projects that they believe could morph into long-term relationships.   read more...

  • New York Engineering Firm Simplifies Complex Challenges

    Designing systems to operate buildings efficiently is a complex task. But the folks at Barile Gallagher & Associates Consulting Engineers, P.C., make the process easy for their clients by applying practical engineering solutions that bring their projects to life.   read more...

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