Haberberger receives MCA awards

Haberberger Inc. was recognized by the Mechanical Contractors Association of eastern Missouri for its outstanding process piping and mechanical installation work on projects for Maritz Inc., Fenton, Mo.; The City of Kirkwood, Mo.; Duckett Creek Sanitary District, O'Fallon, Mo.; and AmerenUE, Festus, Mo.

St. Louis — Haberberger Inc. was recognized by the Mechanical Contractors Association of eastern Missouri for its outstanding process piping and mechanical installation work on projects for Maritz Inc., Fenton, Mo.; The City of Kirkwood, Mo.; Duckett Creek Sanitary District, O'Fallon, Mo.; and AmerenUE, Festus, Mo.

Haberberger received an award for HVAC mechanical installation in the $1 million to $2.5 million category for its work at Maritz. Under the leadership of Superintendent Clay Buxton and Project Manager Chris Jordan, Haberberger's crew was in charge of replacing and installing a chiller for the St. Louis-based company. The $1.7 million project was completed in four months.

Haberberger was also recognized for process piping installation for three different projects in each of the following categories: under $500,000; $500,000 to $1.5 million; and $1.5 million to $5 million. The company won in the category of projects under $500,000 for work at the Marshall Road Water Pumping Station in the City of Kirkwood. Haberberger was in charge of demolishing and replacing the existing piping and setting, and piping four new pumps into the existing system for Kirkwood water. Jack Reiter and Project Manager Jeff Roberts oversaw the $400,000 project, which was completed in three months.

The company was also recognized in the $500,000 to $1.5 million category for work on an $836,000 project at the Wyndgate Wastewater Treatment plant in the Duckett Creek Sanitary District. Under the supervision of Superintendent Charlie Bott and Project Manager Pat Reilly, Haberberger handled the piping, sheet metal, HVAC and process piping work for the waste water treatment plant that is in an 8,000-sq.-ft. house in the Wyndgate subdivision.

For replacing the Unit #1 steam coils and piping systems at AmerenUE Rush Island, Haberberger won in the $1.5 million to $5 million category. Bott, Project Engineer Steve Haberberger Jr. and Project Manager Joe Wilhelm managed the $4.09 million AmerenUE project, which was completed in nine months.