OUR LEADERS GET THEIR HANDS DIRTY

LEADERSHIP

GEOFF GROSS

PRESIDENT

As the third generation to lead the company, along with his brother Brad, Geoff has been a key team member of Gross Mechanical for over 20 years, managing day-to-day operations and serving as primary project manager for large projects. For the last seven years, Geoff has overseen and managed the success of the fabrication and field services, as they continue to grow.

grossg@grossmechanical.com

BRAD GROSS

QUALITY MANAGER

Holding multiple titles, Brad currently functions as Gross Mechanical’s Certified Welding Inspector (CWI), Quality Manager, and Procurement Manager. He has outstandingly managed the supply chain and quality programs Gross Mechanical offers, for the last 18 years.

grossb@grossmechanical.com

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STEPHEN ALLEN

VP OF PRE-CONSTRUCTION SERVICES

Joining the Gross Mechanical team in 2018, Stephen serves as head of Pre-Construction Services and Estimating. Stephen brings 14+ years of engineering design and project management experience in various industries including electric utilities, oil & gas refining, and biomass.

allens@grossmechanical.com

LARRY SCHELLER

CFO

Larry assumed the role of CFO in 2007 and plays an integral role in establishing better financial controls for Gross Mechanical. His role goes even further, as he is the primary liaison for banking and bonding and a pivotal member in potential business and real estate acquisition.

schellerl@grossmechanical.com

KURT HERTEL

BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT

Joining the Gross Mechanical team in 2016, Kurt brought with him 15 years of experience, functioning in various roles within the construction industry. His well-rounded knowledge brings inventive ideas and viewpoints to the table, along with an ability to assist with multiple areas of business from estimating to project management. Now, Kurt primarily develops new external customers for shop fabrication.

hertelk@grossmechanical.com

MICHAEL GROSS

PROJECT MANAGER

Michael, a recent engineering graduate, started in Gross Mechanical’s estimating departing and worked his way up to become a project engineer in support of our field superintendents, and ultimately the project manager for one of our refining clients.

grossmb@grossmechanical.com