Midwest Mechanical Service

801 Parkview Blvd
Lombard IL 60148
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Established in 1974 in in WillowbrookIL, Midwest Mechanical's initial focus was providing mechanical service for commercial, industrial, and institutional facilities throughout Chicago and the surrounding suburbs. As quickly as the business grew so did our offerings. Soon, Midwest Mechanical began providing a full suite of services related to mechanical systems as well as design build construction. "Dedicated to maintaining the world's most efficient buildings" is not just a saying at Midwest Mechanical; it is the way we do business. We believe energy sustainability is a journey, not an event, so we build long-term client relationships to achieve this mission. While our core business is servicing HVAC and mechanical systems, we have developed a wide variety of programs to meet all of our customers' needs. We have developed a comprehensive and integrated sustainability program that, when partnered with our best-in-class maintenance offering, is something no building should be without. One thing for certain is that it takes a best-in-class staff to provide a best-in-class offering. Our staff of customer-centric individuals is made up of some of the most talented technician's, engineers, and sales professionals in the industry. Our employees have extensive knowledge in their fields helped by an industry-leading education program through our parent company. While many of our employees have been with the organization for years, we are constantly sourcing the best and brightest talent available. To provide our clients with quality service requires an investment in an infrastructure that will support all our clients' needs. Midwest Mechanical has invested in a state-of-the-art service dispatch center and a customized tracking and tasking system. VoIP, Data, Accounting and CRM tools are integrated to deliver the consistent, high quality customer service our customer base has grown to expect. These systems are the backbone of our organization, ensuring simplicity and consistency for our clients while allowing them to focus on there core business. Tony has over 29 + years experience in the Mechanical Contracting Industry. Tony worked as a Service Technician in the field for 15 years before joining Midwest Mechanical in 1997 as an Account Sales Representative. Tony had held various management positions within the company such as: Business Development Director, General Manger, and Sr. Vice President. This combination of field and management experience resulted in Tony accepting the role of President in December 2009. Today, Tony leverages his field and management expertise to provide strategic guidance for Midwest Mechanical clients. Andrew is a Certified Public Accountant and holds a B.S. in accounting and financing from Indiana University. Upon graduation Andrew joined Ernst & Young's assurance and advisory services. While at Ernst & Young, Andrew worked with several fortune 500 companies in the retail, manufacturing, and distribution services. Andrew joined Midwest Mechanical in 2010 where he oversees all financial and reporting functions. Clay has worked in the HVAC industry for 30 + years. Clay began his career as a sales representative for GW Berkheimer. From there Clay accepted a position in service sales for Trane Chicago. In 1997 he accepted a sales position at York Chicago and within a couple years became its District Service Manager. After York was acquired by Johnson Controls, Clay continued with the company as Service Manager. Clay joined Midwest Mechanical in 2009 and he is responsible for the day to day operations of the service business. Midwest Mechanical is a national company that values each of its local markets. In these markets we support various organizations with our time, energy and financial resources. Some of these entities are shown below: In an effort to allow others to get more familiar with us, we've added more information about Midwest Mechanical in the "Learn More" section of the site. Included in