Let’s Get The Job Done: Advanced Mechanical Celebrates 15 Years

The word Advanced means “to accelerate the growth or progress of, to rise to a higher rank, to bring forward in time.” When Dave Scheidel started Advanced Mechanical Corp (AMC) in 2005, he didn’t pick the name because it would be first in the phone book. He wanted a name that would convey the vision of what the company would always strive for. Having grown up working in the industry from the age of 15, he was determined to bring a better business model with fair pricing, safety, top quality project management and hands-on principal participation.

Advanced Mechanical Corp

Mechanical Contractors with High Standards and Heart

In an old, revitalized industrial building in Downtown Fort Wayne, Indiana, family-owned mechanical contractor, Current Mechanical, is busy with its dozens of staff, fixing, improving, renovating and helping build the regions’ hospitals, schools, businesses, and residences.

Current Mechanical

Turning On the Lights

There’s nothing “showy” about D. D. Mac Electric, according to the company’s profoundly humble owners, Mike and Brenda Moyer. To them it’s all about family, right from the start.

D.D. Mac Electric

Providing Streamlined and Efficient HVAC Systems

With its impressive 25-year proven track record of excellence in mechanical contracting, St. Louis, Missouri-based Wiegmann Associates continues to focus on groundbreaking, energy-saving and cost-effective HVAC solutions, celebrating a tenure as one of the industry’s top national design/build mechanical contractors. Embracing knowledge and experience in value engineering and HVAC design/build, Wiegmann’s numerous projects span 42 states and have saved millions of dollars for clients in both upfront HVAC cost and energy consumption, combining leading-edge technology with effective design to reduce operating costs.

Wiegmann Associates

Getting the Job Done

KMJ Industrial Contractors installs, relocates, restructures, and moves machinery anywhere in North America. In addition to machinery moving, the team and their industry partners specializes in electrical, mechanical and fabrication services as well as specialized transport, project management, and machinery storage.

KMJ Industrial Contractors

Service, Selection, and More

Empire Crane Co., LLC was founded by brothers Paul & Luke Lonergan in January of 2002. Today, the company offers sales, parts, service, and rentals from its three locations in Syracuse, New York, Boston, Massachusetts, and Bridgewater, New Jersey.

Empire Crane Company

Conserving Water with Weather-Based Irrigation

Landscaping contractor Pacific Landscape Management offers commercial management and maintenance services from three locations in the Portland, Oregon metropolitan area. The company has grown consistently year-over-year since it was founded in 2001 and is now a leader in its region, having found a great deal of success through a commitment to building business relationships that last.

Pacific Landscape Management

Building Trust and Delivering Value

Canadian construction engineering firm Norda Stelo specializes in integrated projects. Headquartered in Quebec City, the company has twenty locations on three continents and is deeply committed to building longstanding client relationships based on integrity and trust.

Norda Stelo

This Master of Industrial Trades Celebrates Growth

When it comes to teaming up with an industrial contractor that cares, international giants like Toyota Canada, Irving Tissue, ATS, and others call on AIM Industrial Inc. for its superb multi-trades skill set and customer care that benefits a diverse range of industries.

AIM Industrial Inc.

Unforgettable Interiors Informed by Over 125 Years of Quality

Multi-Housing Depot is 126 years old. To give that some context, in 1894 Coca-Cola was sold in bottles for the first time, and the first battery-operated switchboard was installed by New England Telephone and Telegraph. We have come a long way since then – and so has Multi-Housing Depot.

Multi-Housing Depot

More Than Just a Trend

The construction industry is typically slow to evolve. Despite the existence of countless new innovations and technologies, and safer, better ways to do things, it is an industry where tried and true construction methods and long-accepted materials are seldom replaced by a new product or approach.

April 23, 2021, 9:16 AM EDT