On Wednesday September 14th, MaiCo Industries celebrated its 100,000 hour of work without a lost-time incident. The achievement represents a milestone in MaiCo’s quest to break its personal best of 600,000 hours without a lost-time incident. MaiCo’s behavior-based safety lays the foundation to make safety a core value within each employee. The program incorporates several steps to ensure success including self-assessments, commitments and accountability.
In addition to keeping their employees safe on the job site, MaiCo promotes a safety culture that goes beyond the goal of an injury-free work place. We nurture a manufacturing environment where our concern for our employee’s health, safety and welfare extends beyond the office walls and project sites and into our homes, cars and places where we spend time with our family and friends. We look forward to our future and the milestones yet to come.
About MaiCo Industries Inc.
MaiCo manufactures steel poles, bridge tub girders, building structural steel, skid attachments and other specialty fabrication. Located on Highway 14, just north of Ellsworth, MaiCo was founded in 1995, by Paul Mai. The original structural steel fabrication facility consisted of approximately 50,000 square feet and specialized in custom fabricated 3-plate beam frames. In 2001 MaiCo built a 50,000 square foot expansion on to the original facility to fabricate multi-sided poles. In 2014, an additional 15,000 square foot was added to the pole division, making the facility a total of 115,000 square foot.