It’s an exciting time here at Macy Industries; the projects we work on are just awesome! This week, we visited a job site for a new three-story condo complete HVAC system. Then we stopped by a factory where we replaced all the sheet metal tanks, safety rails, and catwalks. Now our current project is moving large equipment vertically to save space. We have the team and equipment to build structural frames that can hold tens of thousands of pounds!!
Macy Industries, in collaboration with Landscape Forms, has provided new custom outdoor swing benches for the Rose Kennedy Greenway in Boston. The components were custom designed and fabricated specifically for this installation and required a combination of high strength and architectural appeal. A total of 8 benches have been installed in the Greenway’s North End Park, abutting historic Hanover Street.
On Saturday, February 17, Manchester Community College (MCC) hosted the annual NH/VT State Championship VEX Robotics Competition for high school students, kicking off a weekend of robotics events on campus. On Sunday, elementary and middle school students compete in the VEX IQ Challenge. The top 80 teams from New Hampshire and Vermont competed for an invitation to the VEX World Championship.
Macy Industries was recently selected New Hampshire’s Top Family Business by Business Magazine.
We are very pleased to have been selected by NH Business Magazine to be featured as one of New Hampshire’s top family-owned businesses. Being a family business is important to us and that is conveyed through our relationships with our clients and our employees. Often times, our clients come to us with an idea or a problem they are trying to solve, and we work with them to create a solution. We proudly tout that, since founding the company in 1975, we are still working with 70% of our original customer base. Learn more about our company history and management team on our website.
July 2017 – Students at the David Cawley Middle School in Hooksett, NH, will find it a little easier to relax outdoors this summer thanks to a new set of outdoor seating donated by Macy Industries. Macy designed, fabricated, and installed the new seats which are framed in aluminum with composite planks for a low-maintenance and long-lasting finished product.
Macy Industries, located in Hooksett, New Hampshire, has been growing since 1975. Founded by Marcel Mercier and now run by his son, CEO Nick Mercier, Macy has always sought to bring together a team of experienced engineers and highly talented fabricators to provide all of their New England customers with a wide range of custom metal products. From industrial fabrications such as platforms and dust collectors, to more architectural items such as copper countertops and custom artwork, Macy has become known as a one-stop-shop for any metal need.
At Macy Industries Inc., we understand that running a successful small business requires a lot of hard work. Keeping both customers and employees happy while contributing to the community is no small task! Efficiency is an important element in what makes everything tick and we’re always excited when improving our business goes hand in hand with making a positive impact.
Macy has recently completed an industrial energy saving project at our Hooksett facility that entailed installation of some innovative upgrades. These simple additions will help us to save energy and preserve the environment while making our shop a more efficient workspace!
HOOKSETT, NH – JULY, 2016: The Hooksett Garden Club is seeing the results of months of hard work, now that its “Bridge of Flowers” is complete. Drivers going over Memorial Bridge will see 48 flower boxes filled with 192 bright pink Supertunias, which should be in bloom into the fall. The club and the town work jointly on this Hooksett beautification project.
Although the project is not new, this is the first year an irrigation system is in place so the boxes do not have to be watered manually. This involved getting approval from the N.H. Department of Transportation and having a unique system designed by North Point Outdoors.
Macy Industries provided all 48 stainless steel stands, the hardware installed on the bridge to
accommodate the flower boxes and all the components for installing the watering system. The Bridge Committee, led by members Doris Sorel and Mary Farwell and other club members, worked with Diane Boyce and Phil Arnone of the Hooksett Highway Department, town engineer Jim Donison, Town Administrator Dean E. Shankle Jr., and Marcel and Nicholas Mercier of Macy Industries to make the flower boxes possible.
MANCHESTER, NH – JUNE, 2016: After more than 1$ million in renovations, the Michael Briggs Community Center in Manchester, NH, recently reopened in May. Named after Officer Michael Briggs, who was killed in the line of duty in 2006, the community center provides more than 8,600 inner-city youth in less than a mile’s distance from the building, an environment filled with athletic programs. It also gives the children a place to build a positive relationship with Manchester’s police officers.