BURR RIDGE, Ill. – The Mechanical Contractors Association of Chicago has added two new members, W.J. O’Neil Chicago and Therm Flo, Inc., to its group of elite contractors that provide pipefitting and HVAC services in the Chicagoland area.
“The Mechanical Contractors Association of Chicago is the leader of the union mechanical construction and service industry,” said Steve Lamb, executive vice president of MCA Chicago. “W.J. O’Neil Chicago and Therm Flo, Inc., have earned a reputation for providing excellent industrial installation and HVAC service, making them welcome additions to MCA Chicago.”
Established in 1983, W.J. O’Neil Chicago is a multi-faceted mechanical contractor specializing in industrial and commercial installations and service. Its capabilities include pipe fabrication, sheet metal fabrication and service, controls and Building Information Modeling (BIM).
W.J. O’Neil Chicago has an excellent safety record and has worked on several high profile mechanical engineering and construction projects including, Ford Field, the home of the Detroit Lions, Volkswagen, GM and Ford plants and the U-M Cardiovascular Center.
With more than 40 years in business, Therm Flo, Inc., has a lengthy track record of providing high-quality HVAC service to commercial and industrial facilities in Chicagoland and northwest Indiana.
Therm Flo, Inc., is the exclusive authorized service provider for Generac and Liebert. Therm Flo, Inc., specializes in reducing energy costs and creating clean-air rooms that double the life of HVAC systems.
Established in 1888, MCA Chicago provides a variety of services to its members, from labor relations and communications to educational programs, to government affairs, engineering services and more. Visit the MCA Chicago website at www.mca.org.