Family Business Profile: H&H Metal Shifts From One Family To Another

When Kevin Finazzo and Ken Kuhlmann decided to sell their metal fabrication business in St. Louis, a business broker reached out to one of Kevin Farrell’s real estate partners about the value of the building on South 22nd Street. J. Gerard Mudd, senior associate at Center Commercial Real Estate, told Farrell he might want to consider buying the business. Farrell initially decided it wasn’t something he knew how to do and walked away, but three months later he Read More

H&H Metal Fabrication Certified by the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council

H&H Metal Fabrication, a business specializing in electrical enclosure and general metal fabrication, is proud to announce national certification as a Women’s Business Enterprise by the Women’s Business Development Center - Midwest, a regional certifying partner of the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC). “We are grateful to WBENC for its efforts in highlighting the value of women in the workforce and business community. We look forward to working with companies that share these values.” said Carolyn Farrell, President. Read More

H&H Fabricates Attachment Mechanism for Missouri Botanical Garden Chihuly Blue Chandelier Reinstallation

photo credit to: Kristina DeYong The Chihuly sculpture, "Missouri Botanical Garden Blue Chandelier", that has hung in the Ridgway Visitor Center at the Missouri Botanical Garden is being relocated to the Climatron temporarily as the Garden continues with its multi-million dollar renovation. The sculpture consists of 928 individual blown glass pieces. Each one is hand removed by a crew member with Denny Park Fine Arts out of Seattle. Because of the nature of Chihuly pieces, only people specially trained Read More

H&H Metal Fabrication creates light housings for the new St. Louis City Hall Exterior

During a brief outdoor and socially distanced ceremony, Mayor Lyda Krewson tonight officially flipped the switch on new exterior lighting at City Hall that was generously donated by the Gateway Foundation. “We are enormously grateful to the Gateway Foundation for this magnificent gift that will illuminate one of the St. Louis region’s most iconic buildings,” said Mayor Krewson. “After more than a century, this grand and historic building will at last be on gorgeous display each night and add Read More

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