On June 11, 2018, a group of CR Meyer employees attended the 2018 Chairman’s Dinner in Dallas, TX, which supports the Southwest Youth of the Year Celebration. The Boys and Girls Club of America honored extraordinary Club kids who shared [...]
It is our pleasure to announce that David Germano has joined CR Meyer as a Project Engineer, based out of our Chester, PA location. David previously worked as a Civil Construction Engineer in design and construction and holds a Bachelors [...]
It is our pleasure to announce that Steven Hard has joined CR Meyer as a Safety Coordinator for the Muskegon, Michigan office. He will be assisting with safety duties. Steven has past experience working as a safety coordinator and has [...]
It is our pleasure to announce that Maureen Grell has accepted the position title of Assistant Project Manager/Corporate Trainer, based out of the Oshkosh corporate office. Maureen has been with CR Meyer for the past 23 years as an Assistant [...]
It is our pleasure to announce that Rebecca Scherer has joined CR Meyer as a full-time Project Manager based out of our Oshkosh, WI, location. Rebecca comes to us from the manufacturing industry with a background in plastics and pulp/paper. [...]
It is our please to announce that Alex Cartwright has joined CR Meyer as a Computer Support Specialist based out of our Oshkosh, WI, location. Alex has a Technical Support Specialist and a Network Specialist Degree from Moraine Park Technical [...]
Judd Miller from the CR Meyer Fab Shop instructed students on TIG welding concepts.
CR Meyer proudly accepted the honor from Arauco North America – 251 safe days and counting! Not an easy accomplishment bearing the challenges faced with the difficulty of the project and the inclement weather conditions during the Michigan winter season. [...]
On May 11th, MSA’s Industrial Safety and Fall Protection Specialist, Dan Judd, discussed and demonstrated Fall Protection at a customer’s plant in Oshkosh, WI. Over 600 employees participated across the country!
Adam Kline (UBC Millwright Local 1056) leads a group of CR Meyer Millwrights through a demonstration of a vertical alignment.