COLUMBUS, Ohio - The Mechanical Service Contractors of America (MSCA), with its MSCA STAR qualification program, offers proof to building owners and facilities managers that the STAR qualified contractor is providing the highest level of skill, quality, value, and professionalism in the industry. Recently, Speer Mechanical of Columbus, Ohio, was designated as a STAR after surpassing stringent business and HVAC service standards set forth by MSCA.
According to the association, contractors that achieve MSCA STAR qualified status have verified that they uphold a strict code of business ethics, employ the best trained and most qualified workforce, maintain a safety record above the industry average, offer outstanding customer service, and focus on continuing education and training for all employees. A third party review committee set up through the National Inspection, Testing, and Certification Corp. (NITC), a leading testing and certifying organization that is ISO 9001:2000 certified and an ANSI accredited certifier, determines qualification based on documented proof of criteria submitted by contractors.
According to Speer Mechanical, the company “has built a strong reputation as a quality, full service, single-source mechanical contractor, with the capacity and flexibility to perform construction projects large and small.” With four integrated divisions, Speer offers design, fabrication, installation, and maintenance services for plumbing, process piping, sheet metal, building automation, and HVAC systems, and is experienced in industrial, commercial, and institutional projects.
“Our experience in the industrial, commercial, and institutional markets enables us to serve a wide range of clients, including manufacturing, high-rise office, health care, state and local governments, the federal government, and private colleges,” said a Speer spokesperson.
Speer Mechanical Earns STAR Qualification
September 8, 2008