MAG Mechanical what you can expect.
MAG Mechanical has experience planning and working on new building projects, remodeling projects, and retrofitting commercial businesses or homes.
When choosing a mechanical contractor for any size project, the client/customer should have confidence in that firm to design and install the BEST system possible based on all the variables.
MAG Mechanical will exceed these expectations each and every time. We are on the cutting edge of system efficiency and understand the “science” behind creating the most efficient system.
This alone separates us from the pack, add our attention to detail, skilled craftsmen, reliability, and budget savvy thinking… and it apparent why MAG Mechanical is rapidly becoming the #1 HVAC firm in the Midwest and beyond.
MAG Mechanical will work with you in a professional manner to complete the job. We have years of experience in the industry… we build, renovate, and/or service HVAC systems using the best equipment all the while exceeding the highest expectations.
Call us today to discuss your project/plan.
MAG Mechanical, what we believe.
MAG Mechanical is on a mission to provide an unparalleled HVAC experience for our clients/customers.
We’ve felt from the beginning there was a need for a HVAC contractor who wanted to provide for the community… and, as such, we strive to make each and every community we have the privilege to work in a better place.
We accomplish this by providing high efficient HVAC systems, creating jobs, donating time, energy and know-how to improve everyday way of life.
MAG Mechanical strives to be the best at what we do. Our skilled craftsman demand excellence… we offer a more detailed, highly skilled, better design, on time, on budget approach to your next construction project.
MAG Mechanical believes in INTEGRITY… With our core values and principals being of the utmost importance, we feel we offer superior service and experience, all the while meeting and exceeding your minority/women participation goals.
Our goal is to offer the best service thus providing us with the opportunity to grow, create jobs and train skilled labor for future generations and families to benefit.
Please contact us today to see how we can design
and install a superior energy efficient system.
MAG Mechanical 612.655.5339
MAICC, NAMC, AWC, MMCA and MEDA
DBE, MBE, SBE, TGB, CERT, TECRO, MMSDC and BIA Buy-Indian Certified.
|MAG Mechanical brings
real world experience
to youth thru internship
Tim Tallman is learning about building mechanical drawings at MAG Mechanical.
MAG Mechanical is honored to sponsor and participate in important community events such as Native Pride Arts and Native American Night at the Minnesota SWARM home opener Read more...
MAG Mechanical secures contract through Construction Partnering Program
MAG Mechanical is trying to bring more diversity to the construction work forces.
In an article by BRIAN JOHNSON, Finace & Commerce, it was stated "Contracts to targeted businesses were as small as $250 and as large as $2 million. Twenty-four of the businesses were subcontractors, 18 were suppliers and two were trucking companies". Read more...
MAG LANDS LARGEST MINORITY HVAC CONTRACT
for John B. Davis Educational Service Center project
In an article by STEVE BRANDT, Star Tribune, it was stated "The goal of hiring a workforce that was 25 percent minority was exceeded by 2 percentage points, as measured by hours worked". Read more...
Small Business BIG IMPACT — 2012
Neighborhood Development Center
Neighborhood Entrepreneur of the Year
Overall winner for Growth in Business
MAG MECHANICAL, Michael Goze & Anthony Goze... Read more...
City of Minneapolis, Mayor Rybak...
Newsletter titled: Minneapolis Entrepreneurs Reinventing the Economy... "MAG Mechanical, a Native American-owned, unionized HVAC-installation business, has grown its revenues by a factor of 30 in the past three years. They are currently subcontractors on the new Minneapolis Public Schools headquarters on West Broadway, and City staff is helping them find space to expand." Read this newsletter from the City of Minneapolis, Mayor Rybak 11.18.11
From left to right: Michael Goze, Gov. Mark Dayton and Tony Goze at the National Association of Minority Contractors (NAMC) dinner event.