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MAG secures large contract - Finance & CommerceMAG Mechanical secures contract through Construction Partnering Program
MAG Mechanical is trying to bring more diversity to the construction work forces—

Article by: BRIAN JOHNSON, "Mortenson, Thor exceed DBE goals on $36M school headquarters",
Finance & Commerce 7:30 am Thu, July 26, 2012: <>

One subcontractor was MAG Mechanical, a minority-owned company based in New Hope. MAG Mechanical’s contract was a little more than $900,000 on the MPS job, according to co-owner Anthony Goze.

Goze said he started in the business as a union construction laborer just out of high school, moved into sheet metal and “worked my way up the ranks.” Goze and his father, Michael Goze, founded MAG Mechanical in 2007. Two years later, “we started to really spread our wings and focus on big jobs,” including work on the federal Whipple Building at Fort Snelling, he said. MAG Mechanical has landed opportunities with help from the Construction Partnering Program (CPP), which is an initiative of the Metropolitan Economic Development Association (MEDA) and the Association of Women Contractors.

Goze said such partnerships benefit both parties: The emerging company gets experience, and the established firm gets opportunities it may not otherwise have had. For its part, MAG Mechanical is trying to bring more diversity to the construction work forces. “A large portion of our workforce is minority,” Anthony Goze said. “It’s a focus of ours to offer good-paying jobs to people that may have trouble finding that type of employment elsewhere.”

MAG lands largest minority HVAC contract - StarTribuneMAG LANDS LARGEST MINORITY
for John B. Davis Educational Service Center project—

Article by: STEVE BRANDT, "Job site hiring goals for Minneapolis schools HQ are exceeded",
Star Tribune on the Web updated July 20, 2012: <>

The largest minority contract was for $905,000, awarded to MAG Mechanical of New Hope. "Score one for the good guys," said Tony Goze, MAG's chief manager. The firm handled piping for hot water and gas, and did sheet metal and other work on the new building at 1250 W. Broadway.

Goze said that not only is the firm minority-owned -- he and his father, Michael, are members of the Ho Chunk tribe from Wisconsin -- but also has a field workforce of 20 workers that's more than half minority. He said the opportunity to win contracts through programs designed to employ minority firms and workers is vital to the five-year-old company.

Small Business BIG IMPACT - NDC Awards BanquetSmall Business BIG IMPACT
2012 Neighborhood Development Center
Neighborhood Entrepreneur of the Year

More than 300 people gathered Saturday, April 28, 2012 to celebrate outstanding entrepreneurs in our community at NDC's Annual Banquet, Small Business BIG IMPACT. This event highlighted just a fraction of the hundreds of talented, dedicated people NDC supports during the year with entrepreneur training, loans, technical assistance and “incubator” commercial space. Because of this support, they are all giving back to the community by operating businesses. They give back by paying taxes, rent, payroll and vendors, but also by being leaders and positive role models right in their own neighborhood.

Overall winner for Growth in Business is:
Michael Goze & Anthony Goze

MAG Mechanical started in 2007 as a small commercial mechanical company, and has grown exponentially in recent years, becoming an industry leader in quality services, sustainable job creation, and integrity. With deep commitment to each community they serve, MAG Mechanical now provides a full range of HVAC services to clients throughout the Midwest, working on an average of 12 projects at a time and employing up to 20 employees per project.

Michael A. Goze & Anthony F. Goze - 2012 Neighborhood Development Center, Neighborhood Entrepreneur of the Year Finalist

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