Enginuity wins 2015 MABX Craftsmanship Award

MABX_Craftsmanship2015_350wEnginuity prides itself on not only the complexity of the systems it builds and maintains, but also the quality with which we execute. Enginuity has again won a Mid-Atlantic Builder's Exchange for Quality Craftsmanship. The 2015 award is in recognition for the exemplary prefabrication work that Nicholas DePhillips and Jim Six did in support of a piping job at Carlisle Syntec.

Enginuity was selected for this project because of its ability to work within tight timeframes on process and production equipment. The project took three months and involved more than 4500 feet of large and small bore piping. Based on the owner’s verbal instructions, Enginuity developed CAD drawings and prefabricated a significant portion of the work in its shop. Even though the majority of the piping was installed at higher elevations, Enginuity’s prefabrication expertise allowed the job to meet the owner’s narrow timeframe for production operation.

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Jim Six, Nick DePhillips, and Jim Mooney

 

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