Published Jan. 15, 2013
Greenville-based construction and design firm O’Neal Inc. said it launched an equipment relocation and installation division for industrial companies.
“Many companies are focusing on optimizing their operations and manufacturing assets, and this leads to equipment relocation, reconfiguration and consolidation,” company President and CEO Kevin Bean said in a news release. “We’ve helped many of our clients move production equipment, process lines and other plant items around the United States and internationally.”
O’Neal hired Dan Mollohan to lead the equipment relocation division.
Mollohan has more than 36 years of experience as a business owner and general contractor. He was the president and CEO of CPR Global headquartered in Anderson. He has managed numerous domestic and international plant and equipment relocation projects for leading manufacturers, according to a news release.
O’Neal, founded in 1975, is headquartered in Greenville and has offices in Atlanta and Raleigh. The company has completed capital projects in the automotive, pharmaceutical-biotech, process chemical, manufacturing, energy, and pulp and paper markets worldwide.