The acquisition marks HB McClure’s 11th since 2010
May 11, 2016
HB McClure Co., a central Pennsylvania commercial and residential mechanical contractor, has announced the acquisition of Mainhart Mechanical LLC, Dillsburg, Pennsylvania, which specializes in residential plumbing, heating, and air conditioning repair, installation, and construction services.
He brings 30+ years of mechanical service experience to the position
April 4, 2016
Cooper Oates Air Conditioning (COAC), a mechanical contractor serving northern California, has announced the appointment of James Biagioni as general manager, Service Division. Biagioni will be responsible for all operational aspects of the Service Division.
ABM Industries Inc. announced that Landis Mechanical Group Inc. has signed a franchise agreement to join its Linc Service franchise network. Landis Mechanical Group is a leading provider of mechanical contracting services in Leesport, Pennsylvania.
The company has also promoted and hired additional talent to further its capabilities
March 2, 2016
Murphy Co., a mechanical contractor serving the industrial, commercial, institutional, and heavy industrial markets, announced that Scott McIntosh and Bradley Vogt have been promoted to vice president. McIntosh and Vogt work closely as leaders of Murphy Co.’s Operations Group.
The mechanical systems contractor offers large-scale and specialty mechanical construction project management, engineering and design-build services, mechanical system service, controls technology, off-site construction, 24/7 servicing, modular fabrication, and virtual building systems (VBS).
Services include HVAC, plumbing, fire protection, building automation, and building security systems
January 13, 2016
Air Masters Corp. and its affiliated companies — Gateway Mechanical, Gateway Mechanical Fire Protection Inc., and Automation Solutions Group — have announced a rebranding as Integrated Facility Services Inc. (IFS), their corporate holding company name.
Mechanical contractor receives $24 million contract
January 4, 2016
At the recommendation of Olympia Development of Michigan, the Downtown Development Authority approved nearly $52 million in new contracts for work on the new Detroit Events Center. As part of the latest contracts awarded, MSL/Limbach JV received a $24 million contract for mechanical and plumbing work.