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Cincinnati Union Terminal Reopening Features Historic Metal Restoration by Mid America Metals

Cincinnati Union Terminal Reopening Features Historic Metal Restoration by Mid America Metals

Blog Subscribe      October 31st, 2018   Cincinnati Union Terminal Reopening Features Historic Metal Restoration by Mid America Metals The Cincinnati Museum Center recently celebrated its grand reopening with an entire week of homecoming events. After more than 2 ½ years and 900,000 hours of renovations […]

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Stone Masters’ LaRico Brings Stone Refinishing Expertise to Mid America Metals

Stone Masters’ LaRico Brings Stone Refinishing Expertise to Mid America Metals

Blog   Subscribe             May 8th, 2018 Stone Masters’ LaRico Brings Stone Refinishing Expertise to Mid America Metals   Mid America Metals is pleased to announce that Vic LaRico has joined the company as an Account Manager for its Midwest Stone Division. Vic […]

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Missouri State Students Present SMART Ideas to Mid America Metals

Missouri State Students Present SMART Ideas to Mid America Metals

Blog   Subscribe       JUNE 7, 2016 Missouri State Students Present SMART Ideas to Mid America Metals       Students from the Missouri State University College of Business worked side-by-side with executives from Mid America Metals on a recent project that benefitted students and company alike. Throughout […]

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Landmark Library Restoration

Central Library in St. Louis, one of the world’s great public libraries and an architectural masterpiece, has just finished a $70 million major restoration and Mid America Metals was fortunate to have been chosen to refurbish the metal in this 100 year old building.

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Fortune Magazine: How To Avoid Burnout – CEO Dale Donat

Our Owner/CEO Dale Donat was featured in the October 8th edition of Fortune Magazine. Dale was interviewed by Verne Harnish, author of the best selling business book “Mastering the Rockefeller Habits”, about how CEO’s avoid burnout. Here is an excerpt from the article.

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Midwest Region Gives Back to the St.Louis Shalom House

The Midwest Region recently took time out of their annual Regional Operations Meeting (ROM) to volunteer at St. Louis’s Shalom House, a non-profit organization specializing in working with homeless women with mental illness and chemical dependency. It’s the only organization of its kind in St. Louis and one of a dozen or so in the US. Shalom House stabilizes

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Mid America Metals to expand metal, wood and stone restoration services to Denver, Houston, and Orlando/Tampa areas

Mid America Metals, a leading provider of metal, stone and wood restoration and refinishing services, is proud to announce the expansion of its service coverage to now include Houston, Orlando/Tampa and Denver.
“Over the course of the last 2 years, Mid America Metals has gone through a number of important changes to better service our customer base and expanding into these new markets continues that theme and we’re very excited about what the future holds.” said Dale Donat, Owner and CEO.

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Midamericametals.com Is Winner of Hermes Creative Award

Mid America Metals is proud to announce that their website,
midamericametals.com, has received the coveted Hermes Gold Award. The Hermes
Creative Awards recognizes outstanding work in the creative design industry

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Mid America Metals Announces George Smith Has Earned LEED Accreditation

Mid America Metals is proud to announce that it’s Southwest
Regional Director of Sales, George Smith, has recently earned LEED AP O+M accreditation
from the U.S. Green Building Council

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BOMA Kingsley Report – Spring 2011

Although no one is predicting a rapid recovery for commercial real estate, encouraging signs—such as small dips in vacancy rates, an uptick in GDP and job growth and news of financing opening up and deals getting done—are encouraging. But as the marketplace begins to rise from the depths of the recession, so too do the expectations of tenants and prospective tenants. Will your building meet those expectations?

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Interview with Springfield Business Journal

A father’s fishing excursion to the Missouri Ozarks in 1975 led to his sons forming a multimillion-dollar business in tiny Forsyth. Attracted by Lake Taneycomo, the cost of living and a slower pace, Ray Donat moved his family the next year to Forsyth from Chicago, and a decade later, his three sons – Dale, Dean and Don – formed Mid America Metals at 14886 U.S. Highway 160.

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Restoring Your First Impression

Handling the maintenance of your metal, stone and wood.

First impressions….We all know how important they are in business or when meeting someone new, but many times their importance
is discounted when it comes to how current or prospective tenants view your building.

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Employee Highlights: Brandon Donat

JANUARY 11, 2010

A New Year and a New Job for Two Mid America Metals Employees

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​Community Outreach: Businesses That Give Back

Bill Johnson, Regional Director of Sales for the Midwest, knows the importance of serving in the community. Bill has been a long time supporter of Special Olympic and the Missouri Winter Games through his participation with the Kansas City Ski Club.

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