PORTAGE | MC Industrial, a national construction company specializing in industrial construction – recently announced the addition of industrial construction industry veteran, Gary Jaslovsky, who joined the firm as project director. With nearly 40 years of industry experience, Jaslovsky will be responsible for overseeing construction projects in Northwest Indiana, the Chicago area and nationwide.
“We are excited to have a professional with Gary’s experience and knowledge of the heavy industrial construction industry join MC Industrial,” said Tom Felton, president, MC Industrial. “With nearly forty years in this industry, Gary has a solid foundation and his expertise ranges from negotiating large, complex projects to overseeing projects valued at $200 million plus,” he added. “And we get the added benefit that Gary has worked with and established strong, long-term relationships with many of our existing clients prior to joining us.”
Jaslovsky comes to MC Industrial having worked for several large general contractors coast to coast throughout his career in the construction industry. He has nearly 40 years of experience managing large capital construction projects in the food, emissions control, power generation, petrochemical, chemical, automotive and steel industries. His past clients include Northern Indiana Public Service Company (NIPSCO), Reliant Energy, Constellation Energy, U.S. Steel, Toyota and Wisconsin Electric, to name a few. Most recently, Jaslovsky managed construction of an EPC contract for a 548-megawatt, combined-cycle power plant in Primm, Nev., just outside of Las Vegas. The project – which involved all site work and foundations to erect two SW 501 FD combustion turbines, an Alstom steam turbine/generator package, two heat-recovery steam generators, an air-cooled condenser and a switchyard – utilized dry-cooling technology with clean-burning natural gas as the sole fuel source in order to reserve the area′s scarce water resources. Jaslovsky holds a B.S. in chemical engineering from the New Jersey Institute of Technology and an MBA from Keller Graduate School.