Fabricated Products Group (FPG), a custom fabricator and machine job shop, has a new leadership team, which includes Dan Shields as president, Russell Enzenbacher as senior manufacturing engineer and Mark Worrell as senior project manager.
“This new team is a strong professional group of leaders,” says Shields. “They are committed to providing exceptional quality to ensure that each of the daily tasks are completed successfully and on time to the client’s satisfaction.”
Shields serves as the president of FPG, bringing 20 years of experience and leadership within the world of metal products and fabrication. In addition to studying at DePaul University with his focus area in business development and leadership, Shields has built his career in and around the building enclosure market sector. Shields has fostered relationships in the architectural, general contracting and subcontracting communities and has a strong understanding of the complexities of building enclosures and what it takes to lead a team to earn and execute work at a high level, according to the company.
Enzenbacher serves as the senior manufacturing engineer at FPG, bringing with him more than 24 years in the industry. Prior to FPG, he worked at an electrical and network infrastructure manufacturer. Enzenbacher received his Bachelor of Science in mechatronics engineering technology from Purdue University Northwest.
Worrell serves as a senior project manager with FPG. Since 2009, he has worked with various MHS Legacy Group companies as a project manager and lead estimator. Worrell received his Bachelor of Business Administration from Mid-America Nazarene University.
“We are building a true team of talent and success, with the new location and these leaders, we will be able to respond to a growing need,” says Shields.
FPG is a subsidiary of MHS Legacy Group, a national holding corporation with roots back to 1895.