As part of its efforts to provide top-tier training to its employees and promote job growth in the Chicagoland/Northwest Indiana area, the company is set to open a new, 20,000-square-foot training facility in East Chicago in October 2020. The facility will feature a 50-by-200-foot fabrication shop, craft training center, and corporate offices.
In addition, the company plans to invest approximately $2.5 million to create an estimated 75-100 jobs over the next several years. The in-house training program incorporates the National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) curriculum for employee training and education.
Manhattan Mechanical is an accredited assessment center through NCCER, offering training in boilermaking, millwright, scaffolding, insulation, pipefitting, field safety, safety technology, rigging and for life operations. Its training program is, first and foremost, safety-focused.
Manhattan Mechanical can supply customers with multi-craft professionals, whose flexible job-site skills result in labor cost savings of up to 25 percent. The commitment to well-rounded training for Manhattan Mechanical employees sets the company apart in the Chicago market, driving growth year after year.
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