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01.25.17George Edinger Retirement

C&R announces the retirement of President and CEO George R. Edinger after more than 40 years with the company.  Edinger has been with C&R since the early days shortly after the company was founded.  He worked his way up to become President, a position he has held for over 30 years.  Congratulations George!

01.29.13 C&R Mechanical Company Promoted E. Timothy Decker to President/COO, LEED AP

C&R Mechanical Company Promoted E. Timothy Decker to President/COO, LEED AP

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Bridgeton, MO, January 14, 2013 - George R. Edinger, Chairman and CEO, announced that the Board of Directors of C&R Mechanical Company has promoted Tim Decker to the position of President/COO effective January 1, 2013.

Decker has been employed with C&R Mechanical Company since February 14th, 1986, joining the firm after graduating from the University of Missouri at Rolla (Missouri S&T) with a Mechanical Engineering degree.

He has held a number of different positions within the company including design engineer, estimator and project manager and has served in a senior management capacity for over fifteen years.

C & R Mechanical Company, located in Bridgeton, Missouri, designs and installs mechanical HVAC and process systems for commercial, industrial and healthcare clients; offers preventive maintenance and emergency HVAC service; and fabricates piping, sheet metal duct and fittings.

08.18.11C&R Mechanical Company Recognized With a "Magical Moment" Through Ranken Jordan's FISH! Program

Bridgeton, MO, August 15, 2011 - C&R Mechanical has been recognized by Ranken Jordan Pediatric Specialty Hospital's FISH program for continuously providing superior customer service and supporting their organization through fundraisers and a variety of other events. Additionally, George Edinger, CEO, has served on Ranken Jordan's Board of Directors for many years.

The FISH program is a customer service initiative (created by ChartHouse Learning) that is encouraged and promoted by Ranken Jordan. The program emphasizes superior service to patients, families, vendors and employees. The program is based on the following four principles: Be There, Play, Make Their Day and Choose Your Attitude.

05.12.11C&R Mechanical Receives ASHRAE Technology Award

Bridgeton, MO, May 12, 2011

C&R Mechanical has been recognized for mechanical engineering excellence with the ASHRAE TEGA Award by the St. Louis ASHRAE Chapter for design of the Sisters of Mercy Enterprise Data Center.

ASHRAE TEGA awards are the HVAC&R industry's most prestigious award for project designs that promote energy efficiency and environmental system performance. To read more about the ASHRAE TEGA awards and other first place projects, you may visit www.ashrae-stl.org.

C&R Mechanical Company, located in Bridgeton, Missouri, designs and installs mechanical HVAC and process systems for commercial, industrial and healthcare clients; offers preventive maintenance and emergency HVAC service; and, fabricates piping, sheet metal duct and fittings.

01.18.11C&R Mechanical Awarded New Centene Corporation IT Renaissance Data Center Project

Bridgeton, MO, January 19, 2011

C&R Mechanical Company has been awarded the mechanical installation contract on the new Centene Corporation IT Renaissance Data Center Project in O'Fallon, MO, by CLAYCO, whom is serving as the construction manager for the project. Work for this new project began in December of 2010 with scheduled completion May 2011. Mechanical scope includes installation of air and water chillers, cooling tower, pumps, heat exchanger and air handling units for under-floor air distribution on the data floor.

C&R Mechanical Company, located in Bridgeton, Missouri, designs and installs mechanical HVAC and process systems for commercial, industrial and healthcare clients; offers preventive maintenance and emergency HVAC service; and, fabricates piping, sheet metal duct and fittings.

01.16.11Greg Harrop joins C&R as Project Executive-Industrial Sales

Bridgeton, MO, January 17, 2011

Greg Harrop has joined C&R Mechanical Company as a Project Executive. Harrop will focus on Industrial market business development and sales for C&R. Currently he oversees projects underway at Boeing, Ameren, Covidien and Monsanto. Prior to joining C&R, Harrop was with MC Industrial and Condaire Mechanical Company in St. Louis, working extensively in the Automotive, Power Generation, and High Purity markets.

Harrop earned his Bachelor's in Construction Management from the Engineering School at Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville. He has been an instructor for the MCA of Eastern Missouri, and served four years as an Adjunct Professor for Mechanical Systems study at SIUE

C&R Mechanical Company, located in Bridgeton, Missouri, designs and installs mechanical HVAC and process systems for commercial, industrial and healthcare clients; offers preventive maintenance and emergency HVAC service; and, fabricates piping, sheet metal duct and fittings.

09.16.10C&R Mechanical Awarded Thomson Reuters P&C Optimization Project

Bridgeton, MO, September 17, 2010

C&R Mechanical Company has been awarded the mechanical contract on the Power and Cooling (P&C) Optimization Project at the Thomson Reuters existing data center in Hazelwood, MO. This $2.0 million mechanical infrastructure upgrade project began in September of 2010 and is slated for completion in April of 2011. Project scope includes installation of chilled water in-row coolers within the live and operational data center. Overhead air distribution will be added as well.

Tishman, a New York, NY based general contractor, serves as the construction manager on this project and idGroup, an engineering firm based out of Boston, MA, is responsible for the design.

09.01.10George Edinger Awarded 2010 Al Fleischer Pride Management Award

Bridgeton, MO, September 2, 2010

George R. Edinger, President and CEO of C&R Mechanical Company, was awarded the 2010 Al Fleischer Pride Management Award on September 2, 2010. Pride is a long standing local organization that works to improve relations between Labor and Construction Management. For years, George has been an active volunteer member of Pride, representing SMACNA - St. Louis, and has participated in a number of initiatives aimed at keeping St. Louis an attractive, competitive market for owners to locate and expand their businesses.

Congratulations are extended to George for this noteworthy achievement and the recognition that he has deservedly received from the St. Louis construction industry.

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