H&M Industrial EPC Receives Recognition from AkzoNobel

After damage causes AkzoNobel facility to shut down, a top group of vendors were put in place to get the rebuild done fast and safely.

Houston, TX, March 11, 2014 --(PR.com)-- After an unforeseen shutdown halted production at The AkzoNobel Battleground plant in Deer Park, Texas on March 4th 2013, the facility was able to quickly choose vendors, revamp and successfully return to full service in just 4 months.

Among the vendors, H&M Industrial EPC, a full service design/build company, was chosen as the mechanical contractor of choice for their rebuild vision and proposed timeframe. H&M’s noted accomplishments at the recognition included, the initial job scoping, the ability to adapt to unique strategies, safety and engineering support and their job foremen.

On February 28th, 2014, AkzoNobel gave recognition to those chosen vendors. The vendors worked closely together to expedite the process while ensuring heightened safety standards and adding improvements that will make for a reliable future. Each company was presented with an engraved frame showcasing before and after pictures of the now improved production site.

“H&M strives for excellence every day, it feels great to be recognized for our hard work on the AkzoNobel project. I am very proud of my team and had no doubt that we could exceed their expectations," commented Larry Hogan, President of H&M Industrial EPC. “We appreciate AkzoNobel and their continued trust and support in H&M.”

About H&M
H&M Industrial EPC provides industrial design/build, engineering and construction services to the Texas Gulf Coast region. For more than 25 years, its skilled team, led by experienced project managers, has been a reliable, communicative partner for industrial companies looking to upgrade their facilities, while keeping tight budgets and deadlines. More information is available at www.hm-ec.com.
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Christine Jones