Roeslein & Associates is proud to have been listed #45 on the list of Fastest-Growing Private Companies in the St. Louis area by the St. Louis Business Journal. This list honors companies in the St. Louis area that have a three-year sales history with an increase in each fiscal year over the last; revenue of more than $1 million in fiscal 2018; and be a locally based, independent, privately held business.
Its St. Louis, Missouri, and Denver, Colorado, locations both participated in events giving back to those in need.
Roeslein celebrates substantial safety milestones at Roeslein Michigan City (RMC) and Roeslein Modular Fabrication (RMF).
Roeslein Alternative Energy is proud to announce that its Founder and CEO, Rudi Roeslein, has been selected as a recipient of a National Lewis and Clark Conservation Award. These awards are given annually to honor individuals and organizations that have made a noteworthy impact in conservation and conservation causes.
Roeslein & Associates recently donated Delta SkyBonus points to sponsor veterans for a series of Honor Flights organized by The Honor Flight Network.
On October 31, Roeslein & Associates, Inc. celebrated the one-year acquisition anniversary of Sager Metal Strip Company (Sager) in Michigan City, Indiana. The move adds an additional 100,000 square feet of conveyance fabrication space and expanded from 30 full-time employees to 43.
Roeslein & Associates has acquired Servtech, Inc., a vertically integrated, custom manufacturer of equipment for the oil and gas markets and mission-critical data center systems. This move will position Roeslein to play a more significant role in these markets and contribute to expanded capacity for the company’s current process skid systems.
On October 1, Roeslein & Associates, Inc. celebrated the three-year acquisition anniversary of MCS Technology in Debno, Poland. Since the acquisition, the Poland office has expanded from 18 full-time employees to more than 100 and increased its footprint to more than 10,000-square-meters.
Roeslein’s Environmental Stewardship Committee hosted its first Native Plant Sale organized by the Missouri Prairie Foundation. The sale was held in the parking lot at 9200 Watson Road in St. Louis, Missouri on September 30th from 3:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.