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Egan Company

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Type  Privately held company
Founded  1945
CEO  Jim Malecha
Industry  Construction, Engineering, Project Management
Founder(s)  Joseph Egan, Costney Egan, Bill Egan, Gerald Egan
Headquarters  7625 Boone Avenue North, Brooklyn Park, Minnesota
Areas Served  Minnesota, Wisconsin, Midwest Region
Subsidiaries  Industrial Electric Company, Egan-McKay Electrical Contractors Inc., Egan Mechanical Contractors Inc

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Egan Company is a single-source specialty contractor based out of Brooklyn Park, Minnesota. As of 2013, Egan Company had $210 million in revenue and employs over 900 workers on projects in Minnesota, Wisconsin, and other Midwest areas.

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Overview

Egan Company is a privately held specialty trades contracting company. Affiliated brands include InterClad, Nietz, and FabDuct.

Egan Company is a member of the ACE Group, a coalition of Mechanical and Electrical Contractors based all over the United States. In total, ACE accounts for $1.75 billion annually in specialty contracting services.

History

Although Egan Company was officially founded in 1945, its practical beginnings date back to 1903 when Joseph Egan opened a pipefitting shop in Northeast Minnesota, along the Iron Range. After the onset of World War I, Egan relocated to Minneapolis, where he started a plumbing business. Business functions were forced to stop during World War II, but when the eldest brothers returned from duty, they used $3,000 in funding to start up Egan & Sons Plumbing and Heating Company.

Safety Program and Award

"Safety Brings You Home" is the adopted slogan of Egan Company's safety program. In 2014, Egan Company was named one of America's Safest Companies to work for by EHS Today Magazine.

Management

Jim Malecha is the current President and CEO as of 2009. He was preceded by Craig Sulentic until 2009 who was preceded by Gerald (Jerry) Egan until 2000. Jerry Egan was the last of the Egan brothers to stay with the company.

References

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