Day & Zimmermann has acquired Minnotte Contracting Corporation, a Pittsburgh-based union mechanical contractor and construction company, to expand its union staffing and project management capabilities, Day & Zimmermann announced on Thursday.
"This acquisition demonstrates our continued commitment to helping our power and industrial customers realize the lowest total cost of operations and project execution" said Michael McMahon, president of Day & Zimmermann Engineering, Construction & Maintenance group. "Minnotte provides critical resources in an environment where the supply of skilled labor management is scarce. They're a great cultural fit and complement to our business."
Minnotte, a privately owned company founded in 1961, has led the union mechanical contractor and maintenance company, serving industrial customers and power utilities in the Ohio Valley. With the transaction, Day & Zimmermann will strengthen its service capabilities for existing construction and maintenance customers.
In addition, Minnotte will provide Day & Zimmermann with support for the development of the country's natural gas and petrochemical infrastructure.
"I have long admired Day & Zimmermann as one of the most respected companies in the electric utility industry. This acquisition will be a true benefit for our customers and our employees," said Minnotte Contracting Owner Dave Minnotte. "We are excited to join a leader in the industry and contribute to the continued success of D&Z."
About Day & Zimmermann
Founded in 1901, Day & Zimmermann is a family-owned company with a workforce of 46,000 specializing in construction & engineering, operations & maintenance, staffing, security and defense solutions for leading corporations and governments around the world. Operating from more than 150 worldwide locations with 2.8 Billion USD in revenue, Day & Zimmermann is currently ranked as one of the largest private companies in the U.S. by Forbes.
Headquartered in Philadelphia, PA, our first work was to develop "Betterment Reports" that helped modernize American factories. Today, we are still in the business of betterment—maintaining the nation's power infrastructure, protecting American freedoms and accelerating innovation around the world. We do what we say.®