FORT WAYNE, IN, — Shambaugh & Son, L.P. has named Paul R. Meyers, Jr., P.E., Chief Executive Officer. Meyers succeeds Mark Shambaugh, who has retired. In his 23 year career with the company, Meyers has been responsible for many of the company’s milestone projects and has played a key role in managing its significant growth to an organization of nearly 2,000 employees that works with many Fortune 500 companies.
Shambaugh & Son is a subsidiary of EMCOR Group, Inc., a Fortune 500® company in mechanical and electrical construction, industrial and energy infrastructure, and building services.
Paul Meyers, Jr., a licensed professional engineer in 42 states, has been personally responsible for managing many projects since joining Shambaugh & Son in 1992, including:
- Food Processing magazine’s 2007 U.S. Plant of the Year (a $50 million salad dressing manufacturing facility for T. Marzetti Company where he was onsite engineer overseeing construction and installation of the complete facility).
- Dairy Food magazine’s 2010 Dairy Plant of the Year(a $65 million dairy facility for Michigan Milk Producers Association where he was program and engineering manager).
Most recently Meyers, serving as the company’s Chief Operating Officer and Senior Vice President in charge of Shambaugh & Son’s National Process Group, was responsible for company-wide operations of 12 divisions.
“I’m honored to be entrusted with the leadership mantle at Shambaugh & Son, an incredible company and place to work,” commented Paul Meyers, Jr., CEO, Shambaugh & Son. “My continued focus will be on our valuable clients and on delivering each of their projects with superior productivity, quality, and safety — and always with an eye toward continuous improvement. This allows the Shambaugh & Son team to continually provide the value our clients have come to expect, and exceed their expectations.”