Tag: Company News

Macy Donates Outdoor Seating to David Cawley Middle School

David Crawley Middle School Benches

July 2017 – Students at the David Cawley Middle School in Hooksett, NH, will find it a little easier to relax outdoors this summer thanks to a new set of outdoor seating donated by Macy Industries. Macy designed, fabricated, and installed the new seats which are framed in aluminum with composite planks for a low-maintenance and… Read more »

Macy Introduces Pilot Innovations

  Macy Industries, located in Hooksett, New Hampshire, has been growing since 1975. Founded by Marcel Mercier and now run by his son, CEO Nick Mercier, Macy has always sought to bring together a team of experienced engineers and highly talented fabricators to provide all of their New England customers with a wide range of… Read more »

Investing in Our Future: Macy Completes Industrial Energy Saving Project

Industrial Energy Saving Project

At Macy Industries Inc., we understand that running a successful small business requires a lot of hard work. Keeping both customers and employees happy while contributing to the community is no small task! Efficiency is an important element in what makes everything tick and we’re always excited when improving our business goes hand in hand… Read more »

Hooksett Garden Club Bridge of Flowers

Hooksett Bridge of Flowers Beautification Project

HOOKSETT, NH – JULY, 2016: The Hooksett Garden Club is seeing the results of months of hard work, now that its “Bridge of Flowers” is complete. Drivers going over Memorial Bridge will see 48 flower boxes filled with 192 bright pink Supertunias, which should be in bloom into the fall. The club and the town… Read more »

Macy Donates to Michael Briggs Community Center Renovation

MANCHESTER, NH – JUNE, 2016: After more than 1$ million in renovations, the Michael Briggs Community Center in Manchester, NH, recently reopened in May. Named after Officer Michael Briggs, who was killed in the line of duty in 2006, the community center provides more than 8,600 inner-city youth in less than a mile’s distance from… Read more »