Midwestern Millwright is locally owned and operated in Fort Morgan, Colorado. We offer a wide variety of industrial construction services such as portable welding, precision machining, grain bins, assembly line manufacturing, farm repair, crane services, break and shearing, media blasting, surveying, and much more. Midwestern also offers general contracting services where we can design, engineer, and build our customers` turn key projects. Not to mention, Midwestern Millwright is Northeastern Colorado`s largest supplier of steel, stainless steel, aluminum, and elevator fittings.
We would like to take this opportunity to familiarize you with our company and some of the services we offer.
Midwestern Millwright, Inc. has done extensive work in food processing, manufacturing, and assembly line plants, the dairy industry, grain elevators, metal buildings, and aluminum and stainless steel fabrication. We have a combined experience of well over 40 years. Midwestern Millwright also offers a wide variety of crane and general contracting work. With our knowledge and experience we feel we can design, engineer, and manufacture to fit your needs.
Our service is tailored to specifically meet the needs and surpass the expectation of our customers. We independently execute each project from start to finish which allows Midwestern Millwright, Inc. to maintain its high self imposed quality workmanship. We offer a one stop shop for our customers' projects because we can design, engineer, and build all within our company.
Midwestern Millwright, Inc. would be pleased to work with you in writing a set of specifications designed to fit your individual needs. As well as work with you on a time and material rate or with a bid proposal.
Don't forget to ask us about the material handling equipment and grain elevator fitting and accessories that we sell.
The Evolution of Midwestern Millwright Inc. began in 1997 by Coy Palmer and Tim Worthley. Coy Palmer was the owner/operator of Palmer's Portable Welding and Tim Worthley was owner/operator of Worthley's Portable Welding. Together they decided to become a team and formed Midwestern Millwright. They first started out in a 1,400 square foot shop. They offered a wide variety of industrial Services including portable welding and farm repair.
In 1998 they purchased their current location and upgraded to two shops totaling 10,000 square feet. They expanded their services to precision machining, assembly line manufacturing, crane service, grain bins, elevator repair, media blasting, and surveying.
A few years later they added a third 7,500 square foot shop so they could expand their metal fabrication capabilities. They purchased an Automated Accurshear and Automated Accurbreak.
- In 2012 they expanded again adding a 1,200 square foot office.
- Now after 16 years, Midwestern Millwright has grown from 6 employees to 30 employees.
- Coy and Tim have maintained their pride in commitment to provide the best customer service.