Pictured from left to right are Steve Haberberger Treasurer and Vice President of Operations at Haberberger Jeff Roberts Haberberger Project Manager and Vice President of Project Development George Corey Treasurer MCA of Eastern Missouri Mike McLaughlin Local 562  Pipefitter General Foreman Phil Jones and Patricia Pride Project Manager with MSD

Pictured from left to right are Steve Haberberger, Treasurer and Vice President of Operations at Haberberger; Jeff Roberts, Haberberger Project Manager and Vice President of Project Development; George Corey, Treasurer, MCA of Eastern Missouri; Mike McLaughlin, Local 562; Pipefitter General Foreman Phil Jones, and Patricia Pride, Project Manager with MSD.

Haberberger honored by the MCA of Eastern Missouri with three outstanding mechanical installation awards

Haberberger was recognized for its piping work for MSD in two separate categories Haberberger was also recognized for its outstanding process piping work in the category for projects between $600,000 and $2 million The awards are judged and selected based on criteria that includes quality of the installation, the working relationship between the owner and the contractor, and the project’s appearance

ST. LOUIS, MO — Haberberger, Inc., a full-service mechanical contracting firm located in St. Louis, was recently honored by the Mechanical Contractors Association of Eastern Missouri (MCA) with three Outstanding Mechanical Installation Awards for work on projects for the Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District (MSD) and Mallinckrodt. The firm has been honored with the mechanical installation award 26 times for a variety of projects over the past several years.

Haberberger was recognized for its piping work for MSD in two separate categories. The company won in the Process Piping-Public Utility category for projects of up to $600,000 for its work on a disinfection project at MSD’s Coldwater Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant in Florissant, Mo. Haberberger was also recognized in the Process Piping Large Projects- Public Utilities category for projects over $2 million for its Redundant Force Main project at the MSD Wastewater Treatment Plant in Lemay, Mo. Both projects were led by Haberberger Project Manager Jeff Roberts and Pipefitter General Foreman Phil Jones.

Pictured from left to right are Matt Biangardi, Mallinckrodt; Steve Haberberger, Treasurer and Vice President of Operations at Haberberger; George Corey, Treasurer, MCA of Eastern Missouri; Mike McLaughlin, Local 562; Pat Reilly, Haberberger Project Manager and Vice President of Construction Marketing; and Dodd Slawson, Haberberger Pipefitter General Foreman.

Haberberger was also recognized for its outstanding process piping work in the category for projects between $600,000 and $2 million for its work on a demineralizer project at Mallinckrodt Pharmaceuticals in Hazelwood, Mo. The project was led by Haberberger Project Manager Pat Reilly and Pipefitter General Foreman Dodd Slawson.  

The MCA of Eastern Missouri recognizes companies and projects with the Outstanding Mechanical Installation Awards bi-annually. The awards are judged and selected based on criteria that includes quality of the installation, the working relationship between the owner and the contractor, and the project’s appearance.

Haberberger, Inc. is a 68-year-old mechanical contracting company that offers complete HVAC installation, customized maintenance programs, process piping and piping fabrication, and refrigeration and energy management services to a variety of industrial and commercial customers. For more information, call 314/631-3324 or visit www.haberbergerinc.com.

Pictured from left to right are Steve Haberberger, Treasurer and Vice President of Operations at Haberberger; Jeff Roberts, Haberberger Project Manager and Vice President of Project Development; George Corey, Treasurer, MCA of Eastern Missouri; Mike McLaughlin, Local 562; Pipefitter General Foreman Phil Jones, and Marie Collins with MSD St. Louis.


 

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