P.O. Box 732 11739 M-68/33 Onaway, MI 49765 Phone: 989-733-2011 Fax: 989-733-2371 email: [email protected]
Welding ~ Industrial Fabrication ~ Structural Steel ~ Repair
Michigan 50 Companies to Watch “Our business has been successful because of our employees. We have the most motivated, educated and highest performing employees in the industry.”
Moran Iron Works (MIW) is proud to announce that we have been chosen as one of the recipients of the 2012 ”Michigan 50 Companies to Watch” Honor. Thomas Moran, founder and president of Moran Iron Works, has no compunction in explaining the achievements of the company. “Our business has been successful because of our employees. We have the most motivated, educated, and highest performing employees in the industry,” Tom boasts. In 2004, to gain a competitive advantage in the industry, MIW established an educational foundation to provide education and training
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opportunities for local communities and school districts. This investment has been supplying vocational opportunities for students that are not traditionally college-bound while providing our company and our community with a prospective workforce. “There is plenty of work and the trend for offshore manufacturing is reversing and coming back to Michigan.” Moran said. “Michigan has the infrastructure for manufacturing– we are designed for it. We have the workforce.” The award, sponsored by the Edward Lowe Foundation is being presented in Lansing on May 3rd . For more information about this award contact: http://Michigan.CompaniesToWatch.org
6911 Bowen Rd. Onaway, MI 49765 Ph: 989.733.9800 Fax: 989.733.2371
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From The Estimating Department-
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Moran Iron Works, Inc. has been awarded a Ductwork Project that is scheduled to begin this year with the last pieces being barged out of our Deep Water Port in the Spring of 2013.
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Senior Estimator, Jill Klein, who led the biding on the project, stated “ This project will fit ideally into our work schedule. We have done similar projects for this company, we know what their expectations are, and have always been able to meet or exceed them. In the past we have fabricated two very similar projects for the same plant. The project is approximately 1,270,175 pounds of fabricated ductwork, 50% of material will be delivered in October of 2012. Final delivery will be in May of 2013. The 1/4” wall constructed of mild steel will be insulated, lagged, and modularized to the greatest extent possible prior to barging. We will also be supplying the customer with turning vanes, slide bearings and access doors.”
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"One machine can do the work of fifty ordinary men. No machine can do the work of one extraordinary man."
Guillotine Dampers Nearing Completion Moran Iron Works is playing an important role in helping to clean air, and employ Michigan workers. The ductwork we are currently fabricating for a Flue Gas Desulfurization (FGD) project is expected to reduce sulfur dioxide (SO2) emissions from our customer’s coal-fired plant. Moran Iron completed the first half of the FGD emission upgrades in 2008 for this customer, allowing operation of the new system to be functional in 2009. In 2010 our customer recorded 54% less SO2 emissions. The second half of FGD ductwork (ongoing at MIW) is expected to be installed and operational by 2014. In addition to the ductwork for both halves of this project, we are currently assembling the eight “Guillotine Dampers” that will be barged shipped to our customer for installation. Each damper will weigh approximately 28 ton.
Moran Iron Works North – The Jankoviak’s At Moran Iron Works North we are fortunate to have father and son team. Phil and Nick Jankoviak, working together to fabricate high quality assemblies while sharing their respective strengths, skills, and continued knowledge based fabrication with the rest of our team. Phil is a long term employee here at MIW while Nick joined the MIW North team in December 2011. Nick brings commercial building experience and a desire to participate in Moran’s Iron One training and certification process. We are fortunate to have this depth of commitment and team building within the Moran Organization. PO Box 732 11739 M-68/33 Onaway, MI 49765 PH:989.733.2011 FX: 989.733.2371 Email: [email protected]