A badly weathered historic water tower is getting a complete restoration by Maguire Iron. Greg Bowers’ crew along with Shad Ericksen is replacing a good portion of the tank itself and adding a roof.
The work done by John Cash’s crew in Garrison is getting a little recognition in the Minot Daily News. Great job Team Maguire!
We love being a part of bringing a renewed sense of pride and opportunity to communities. The new tower currently being erected by Todd Blomgren’s crew in Glyndon, MN is getting lots of press for just that reason. Check out the video from WDAY6. This article is from Valley News.
John Cash and crew are a part of small town Iowa history. They erected the water tower attached to the town’s first municipal water plant. Check out the story in The Gazette.
Menno, South Dakota’s water tower has a new look that reflects community pride. Check out the local news story in the Hutchinson Herald. The work was completed by John Kumke’s crew supported by Team Maguire.
Erection crews are in the news again. This is Eddie Gill’s crew putting the finishing touches on the new tower in Delavan, IL as published by the Peoria Journal Star.
When a storm blew through Fairmount, ND mid-July, it took aim at the city’s water tower tearing off the roof of the structure. Scott Jones rushed to Fairmount the next day assessing the damage and putting together a repair plan.
Here’s something that doesn’t happen very often – two crews working on separate tanks in the same town at the same time! We’d call them Girard’s twin towers, but John Cash’s crew is working on a 250MG sphere and Shaun Eudy’s crew is putting up a 400MG sphere, so they’re not quite twins.
Maguire Iron would like to welcome Steven Todd as our new Field Sales Representative in Texas. Steven has been in sales and marketing in Texas his entire career with the last 4 years in the water tank industry.
Congratulations Eddie Hofer who was selected best Fall Protection photo from a collection of past jobsite visit photos reviewed by Dave Humble (Field Safety/QC Supervisor), Larry Nierengarten (Environmental, Health & Safety Director – CESCO), and Gary Miles (Manager of Occupational Safety and Health, South Dakota Safety Council, Chapter of the National Safety Council).