CONGRATULATIONS RETIREES

We at Haberberger would like to congratulate the following team members on retirement: Jim Presley, Mark Gadell, Dave Richard, Jim Adams and Bob Kofron. All these men had at least 13 years of service with Haberberger, Inc. Mark, Dave and Jim were service techs for our service department, Jim was a pipefitter general foreman and Bob was a construction pipe fitter. We are sad to lose valued team members with such a wealth of experience and knowledge, but are happy for these five men to enjoy the retirement they deserve … [read more]

Haberberger, Inc. Open House

Haberberger, Inc. employees gathered on May 11 for the annual open house for food, drinks and attendance prizes. This event is a time for the Haberberger Family to show appreciation to all employees for their hard work and dedication. There was also a special celebration for the following employees for 25 years of service: John Boyd, Ken Kasal, Jan Buehrle and Jerry Ditch. Thank you to all who attended for making the event a great celebration.

Haberberger Adds Three to the Team

St. Louis-based Haberberger, Inc., today announced the addition of Ed Schaffer and Michelle Scott to the mechanical contracting firm’s growing team. With over 17 years of experience in the commercial and industrial HVAC industry in the St. Louis area, Schaffer, of Villa Ridge, Mo., has joined the Haberberger team as a service project manager. In his new role, he will be working with building owners and facility end-users to deliver engineered HVAC-R mechanical solutions and services. Prior to his career in the HVAC industry, Schaffer served in the U.S. Army, … [read more]

Haberberger, Inc. Welcomes Ben Haberberger and Jennifer Wilson

Haberberger, Inc. Welcomes Ben Haberberger Ben Haberberger recently joined Haberberger, Inc. to assist in the growth of the new plumbing department. He is the youngest son of Steve Haberberger Sr. Prior to joining Haberberger, Ben worked for the Tinuum Group (Formerly Clean Coal Solutions Services) as a Project Engineer in St. Louis. He also served as a Facility Manager at Tinuum’s Coleto Creek Power Plant in Fannin, TX. Ben holds a mechanical engineering degree from the University of Missouri-Columbia. Ben and his new wife, Jessica, reside in Ballwin, MO. His … [read more]

Haberberger Welcomes Four New Employees

Haberberger Inc. continues to grow with the addition of four new employees to their operation. Bob Willig has joined Haberberger Mechanical as VP of Sheet Metal Operations. Bob has over 30 years of experience in the sheet metal industry covering estimation, fabrication, installation, and project management. Bob studied mechanical engineering at Florissant Community College and served an apprenticeship with Local 36. Most of Bob’s recent experience has been in the school retrofit market and telecommunications, providing HVAC installations at many central office locations. Bob and his wife, Elizabeth, reside in … [read more]

Haberberger Adds Plumbing Division

We are pleased to announce the opening of a plumbing division at Haberberger Mechanical by adding Steve Baker, Vice President of Plumbing. Steve brings over 35 years of experience in the plumbing industry, with 18 years in the field as a plumber. Baker relocated to St. Louis with his family eight years ago from California where he was president of Extreme Mechanical Inc., a company he founded in 2000. Steve holds several master plumber licenses in Missouri, as well as plumbing, fire protection and general contractor licenses in California. Steve … [read more]

Haberberger Wins 2013 Keystone Award Celebrating Construction Excellence

Haberberger was recognized as a Specialty Contractor/Subcontractor in the category of Industrial/Infrastructure projects over $5 million. A five-judge panel selected Haberberger and the other winners based on the challenges each firm faced during construction and their effectiveness in achieving solutions. Haberberger, which oversaw work on the mechanical, plumbing and HVAC systems during construction of the Renewable Energy Center, was faced with a very challenging schedule, with over 800 RFI’s (request for information) and 176 piping design changes. Even with these challenges, Haberberger was able to complete the project 108 days … [read more]

Haberberger Receives Two MCA OMI Awards

On April 30, 2014, Haberberger, Inc. was awarded two Mechanical Contractors Association of Eastern Missouri (MCA) Outstanding Mechanical Installation awards. The awards were for the Ameren Missouri Labadie Energy Center Unit #4 Condenser Debris Filter Replacement and Metropolitan Sewer District-St. Louis Caulks Creek A Pump Station. Haberberger, Inc. was recently recognized by the Associated General Contractors (AGC) of St. Louis for its work on Ameren Missouri’s Maryland Heights Renewable Energy Center. AGC St. Louis presented Haberberger with a Keystone Award at the 16th annual Keystone Awards ceremony in November. The … [read more]

All About Haberberger’s Service Department

Haberberger, Inc. has been a service-oriented business since its beginnings as a one-man shop out of Frank Haberberger’s basement in the 1950’s and has grown to over 20 service technicians from Pipefitters Local Union 562. The Haberberger service department performs mechanical repairs and service on all different types of equipment, whether process or HVAC. Haberberger’s service department gives every project the same attention to detail and high level of quality that the construction department does, to ensure performance on time, every time. Mark Haberberger, part of the third generation of … [read more]

Let’s Ride: South Dakota and Beyond

Pipefitter Foreman Tim Waldorf’s memoir of a motorcycle trip to the Great Northwest I left St. Louis at 8am Saturday morning July 28th 2012, with my Harley Gert, or my mistress, as my wife Mary would call her, whenever she isn’t on the back of Gert with me. Although Mary’s a trooper, this trip may have taken its toll on her. With my Harley Gert loaded up, I headed towards Sturgis South Dakota on Hwy 40/61 through Hannibal to Hwy 36. This is known as the Pony Express Highway. As … [read more]