What is Enerfab?
Enerfab offers full-service fabrication, construction, and maintenance solutions for pharmaceutical, manufacturing, warehousing, and other industrial customers of all sizes and types.
Who owns Enerfab?
He is replacing Scott Anderson, who has been promoted to president of Enerfab’s parent company HBH Holdings, Inc. Scott Anderson commented, “I am excited to announce Aaron’s promotion.
How big is Enerfab?
Enerfab is one of the fastest growing privately held companies in Cincinnati, employing approximately 4,000 people and operating across four regions: Midwest, Great Lakes, Ohio Valley, and Eastern.
How many employees does Enerfab have?
Company Growth (employees)
|Employees (est.) (Apr 2022)||524|
Is Enerfab a union?
I am union so I get called out to different places.
Why choose Enerfab?
Enerfab’s expertise in fabrication, construction, and maintenance helps to overcome the challenges that our pharmaceutical, manufacturing, warehousing, and industrial customers face. Enerfab’s history in Food & Bev goes back as far as the company itself beginning with brewing in the early 1900s.
Who is the CEO of Enerfab?
Scott was named Chief Executive Officer of Enerfab in 2017 after serving as President of Enerfab Process Solutions and Fabrication Products since August 2012. He is responsible for developing lead strategies to target Enerfab’s market and align our organization to deliver based on our core values of safety and quality.
Where does Enerfab offer pipe fabrication?
Serving pipe fabrication customers all across North America. The New London, Wisconsin pipe fabrication shop supports all Enerfab job sites as other pipe fabrication customers across the country. Primarily serving Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky, and West Virginia.
Who is Enerfab’s Eric?
Eric joined Enerfab in 1995 as a Field Project Manager. In 2014 Eric assumed the role of Managing Director of Operations working from the Cincinnati office and became the Executive Vice President of the Ohio Valley Region in 2017. He started his career with Enerfab managing several expanded scope projects in Florida for the citrus industry.