DENVER — Engineered Products has opened a location in Denver. The office, located in Lakewood, Colorado, will represent respected commercial and industrial HVAC brands, including Marley, Danfoss, ClimateCraft, Bosch, Skymark, IEC, and Hitachi, among others. President Matt Miceli said the company’s goal is to become the most trusted and valued partner in building better mechanical systems. Engineered Products will host an Expo in May dedicated to introducing its products and services to end-users, contractors, and local construction businesses.

The company has been operating since the beginning of last year, when Miceli, then owner of Engineered Products Group, sought for a better model with a strategic approach toward building valued partnerships with customers while staying focused on fewer high-quality product lines. Engineered Products Group strategically partnered with another local rep, Midwest Machinery Denver, in the latter half of 2018 to become Engineered Products.

While Engineered Products is a newer company, the expertise in the Colorado market is not. Miceli’s tenure as an equity partner and mechanical group leader for a large HVAC rep. in Colorado coupled with a seasoned sales team, strategic partnerships, and a successful business model positions Engineered Products as an experienced and qualified firm.

“Most people don’t know that yet,” said Miceli. “Promoting the company was not our priority. We decided to focus first on what enables us to give customers what they need: premier brands, the best talent in the area, and optimized operation to provide exceptional service,” he said. “Now that we’ve organized the house, it’s time to show the construction market the unique benefits of partnering with us.”

In order to break ground in the local market, Engineered Products will host an Expo in May in which manufacturers will introduce their most advanced products and innovations to prospective clients. The event will take place on Wednesday, May 22, from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. at Great Divide Brewing. 

“We will send out official invites to key companies and potential partners in the next few weeks,” Miceli said. “Meeting our team and experiencing firsthand the solutions offered by our manufacturers will give engineers, end-users, and contractors an idea of what we are capable of doing for and with them.”

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Publication date: 04/25/19