Engineered Endeavors

A business making cell towers and electrical structures for nationwide use is moving eastward on Kinsman Road in Geauga County and nearly doubling its space.

In the face of growing demand for steel pole structures, Engineered Endeavors (EE) is investing in additional equipment and human resources to increase its capacity at their Newbury, OH facilities.

The company's parts manufacturing operation is being relocated to a new facility to make room for more pole section fitting and welding stations at the main plant.  A new automated seam welder, welding/fitting rollers, welding stations, tow motors, and other handling equipment are being added at the main plant to more than double production output at this location.  Additionally, the company is adding more production personnel to handle the increase in work flow.

Engineered Endeavors (EE), a pioneer in the design and application of tapered tubular steel structures, introduces FirstUP, its new division dedicated to fast-tracking projects in the utility industry. For projects that require one to ten steel poles or substation structures, FirstUP delivers a special team of experts focused solely on making these projects a top priority—often completing jobs in 12 weeks or less.

FirstUP was created after EE, headquartered in Cleveland, expanded its parts manufacturing operation to a new facility to make room for more pole section fitting and welding stations at the main plant. A new automated seam welder, welding/fitting rollers, welding stations, tow motors, and other handling equipment have been added at the main plant to more than double production output. Additionally, the company has added more production and engineering personnel to handle the increase in work flow. For customers in the utility industry, FirstUP delivers:

Engineered Endeavors (EE) has just launched its new website, www.engend.com with a dynamic, new look and messaging that reflects the company’s growth and progress.  The redesigned site is part of the company’s rebranding efforts.

Enhancements to the new site include:

  • Improved navigation, which makes it easier for visitors to find the information they need.
  • Better graphics and page layouts that provide visitors with an improved user experience.
  • New features such as a News page, a Resources section and a blog.

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