We base our business philosophy on the belief that everything we do
must provide a real benefit to our customer at a fair price.
Our belief is that everything we do
must provide a real benefit to
our customer at a fair price.
Need an expert mechanical partner for your project or business?
MIINC considers itself a partner in it’s customers’ businesses, saving them time and money so they can keep operating expenses down and profits up.
1960 West Northwest Highway
Dallas, TX 75220
Main Fax: 972.506.9111
Estimating Fax: 972.506.9188
TX Plumbing & Medical Gas License: M-14451
TX Mechanical License: TACLA52736C
Professional Engineer License: 50172
TX Professional Engineering Firm License: 21213
MIINC, L P
2008 Airline Drive
Bossier City, Louisiana 71111
LA Mechanical License: 50624
LA Professional Engineering Firm License: EF 6790
Professional Engineer License: 44279
Bill O’Dwyer has over 35 years experience in mechanical contracting services, honing his capabilities to plan, administrate and coordinate business development with regard to target markets, goals and strategies. He has risen through the ranks in various roles in his career – HVAC and plumbing estimator, project manager, service manager and marketing director. He began his career with the EMDE Company in 1980. He joined Mechanical Interiors Inc. (MIINC) in 1988 as Marketing Director, moved to Vice President of Business Development, and then was promoted to President in 1999. From 2001 to 2002, O’Dwyer was the executive VP of Business Development for Encompass Mechanical Services before joining Way Engineering Ltd. in 2003 as Vice President of Business Development. He is a 1979 graduate of Texas A&M University with a Bachelor of Science in Engineering Technology, Industrial Distribution.
Dennis Cowen, has 35 years experience in the mechanical contracting field, beginning in 1977 as an estimator with Donald Miller Company before joining the J.F. Cavanaugh Co. as a project manager in 1978. In 1981, he moved to Natkin & Company as senior project manager and later to vice president and operations manager of their Kansas City office. He went to Foley Company as senior construction manager and vice president in 1996, joined the Baker Construction Management Services Company in 1999 as vice president, and eventually joined the Way Engineering, Ltd. organization in 2003 as a senior project manager. Cowen has a B.S. in Construction Management/Engineering and also attended Carrier Thermodynamics and Air Conditioning Engineering & Design School.
Alan Milby has 10 years in the mechanical contracting business. He has been an original member of the MIINC organization since graduating from the University of Texas in 1998 with a B.S. in Architectural Engineering. He is also E.I.T. certified. Milby’s experience in the mechanical industry includes design, conceptual design, budget development, estimating and project management of projects ranging in value from $2,000 to $6 million. His responsibilities include labor management, sub-contractor coordination, material/equipment procurement, business development, contract negotiations, estimating changes, scheduling, billings/collections and design/build assistance. He is a member of ASHRAE.
Steve Hopkins has 22 years in the mechanical contracting business. Steve was one of the original employees of Mechanical Interiors, Inc. (MIINC). He had several roles from head draftsman to estimator to senior estimator during 15 years as a MIINC employee. Hopkins was chief estimator over the special projects group at Encompass for two years and chief estimator at Way Engineering in their Dallas branch office from February 2003 through June 2004. During 17 years in the contracting business, he has learned and operated various computer software programs for plumbing, piping and sheet metal; he also maintains the company database and labor rates and compiles all costs associated with each bid.
Brian Riley has over 22 years in the mechanical/industrial construction business and joined MIINC LP in 2004.
Brian has taken on the role of our Fab Shop Manager in 2013. In 2018 Brian advanced to Vice-President of Fabrication/Logistics.
Brian’s responsibilities at MIINC LP include managing both the mechanical and plumbing fabrication shops, coordinating MIINC’s labor force, overseeing labor productivity and coordination of the CAD/BIM department as well as the Warehouse (Shipping & Receiving) department. Some of Brian’s roles include working with the estimating department to plan any prefabrication efforts to assist in the initial project bids, then working closely with the Project Managers and Field Superintendents to coordinate those prefabrication efforts. His role also includes project scheduling, safety planning, sub-contractor coordination, material/equipment procurement, and business development.
Memberships: Member of Plumbers & Steamfitters Local 100 – Dallas
Education: Plumbers & Steamfitters Journeyman Training – 1999 – 2002 OSHA 30 Hour CEF Accelerated Pipefitting I-II
John Jordan has 20 years experience as a project manager in Civil Development and Industrial contracting. Throughout his career, John has always believed in building strong client relationships. In 2014, John began at MIINC with a management focus on industrial projects, ranging from Frac Sand Plants to Chemical Plants. Prior to joining the MIINC Team, John’s expertise was in the management, construction and design of multiple residential and commercial developments in the North Texas area.
Prior to construction management, John started his career at Jordan Distributors, Inc., a family owned wholesale food distribution company that was established in 1967. John began working at JDI after graduating from Southern Methodist University in 1990. During his eight years at JDI, John rose through the ranks from salesman to Director of Purchasing in 1997. During that period, JDI reached 100 million in sales annually. In 1999, JDI was sold to a publicly held company.
Southern Methodist University
B.A. in Political Science
MSHA part 48(6)
John Medley has twenty five years of experience in the mechanical contracting field. John’s capabilities to develop project budgets, scheduling, and labor forces makes him a valuable asset to any team. His experience also includes labor manager, project manager, and the supervision of day to day operations of a diverse number of construction projects. Projects that John has been involved in are semiconductor facilities, pharmaceutical labs, hospitals, gas & chemical delivery, professional sports stadiums, aviation production facilities, manufacturing facilities, and food industry operations.
Current Chairman of the Dallas Joint Apprenticeship Training Committee (Plumbing / Pipe Fitting / HVAC)
Co-Labor Manager MIINC Mechanical
Alumni Member of the Sigma Chi Fraternity
Business Development & Service Team
Project Management Team
Geoff Sable is a senior project manager at MIINC, LP. with 30 years of experience in the mechanical contracting profession and an extensive background in all phases of project management. Geoff’s responsibilities in the role of senior project manager include labor management, sub-contractor coordination, material/equipment procurement, business development, contract negotiations, estimating changes, scheduling as well as billings and collections.
Don Fox has more than 20 year experience in the mechanical contracting business, joining the MIINC team in 2004 and working his way from superintendent to project manager. His background as a licensed journeyman in plumbing and med gas is the perfect addition to the MIINC team. His responsibilities include labor management, sub-contractor coordination, material/equipment procurement, business development, contract negotiations, estimating changes, scheduling and billings/collections. Fox has managed projects for companies such as DISD, Infomart & UTSW St Paul. He recently acquired his LEED AP Building Design and Construction Certification.
Rodney Taylor has more than 24 years experience in the mechanical contracting business, estimating and overseeing projects ranging in value from $2,000 to $5 million. He first joined the MIINC team as superintendent/project manager of the Industrial Group in September 2007. His responsibilities include labor management, sub-contractor coordination, material/equipment procurement, business development, contract negotiations, estimating changes, scheduling and billings/collections. He is a graduate of the Plumber and Pipe Fitters Apprenticeship Local #100
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