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Company History

Logan and Company, Inc. (LCI) was established in 1985 with JL and Helen H Logan as owners with JL as President. Mr. Logan is still active in company objectives and oversight. Prior to starting LCI, Mr. Logan was the Vice President and General Manager of Chowning Inc, a mechanical contracting firm established in 1948. LCI was started with the primary objective of fabrication and installation of process piping and structural steel for heavy industrial and refining. LCI has enjoyed many years of success by establishing long term relationships with our clientele, implementing high ethics and by providing quality workmanship.

LCI has successfully completed projects for customers such as Texaco Refinery in El Dorado Kansas, Coffeyville Resources Refining, Coffeyville, Ks; Conoco Refinery, Ponca City, Ok; Williams Pipeline, Tulsa, Ok; Universal Atlas Cement, Independence, KS; Sherex Chemicals, Mapleton, IL and Farmers Chemical, Joplin, MO as well as many projects through engineering and construction management groups.

LCI established an electrical contingent in 1992. In addition to the support the LCI electrical group provides for our shop efforts, LCI has become a major provider of electrical services for the refining and process industry.

Since LCI's beginning in 1985, shop fabrication has been a part of the full service company. The structural steel,  pipe and vessel fabrication shops are located in Coffeyville Kansas and have been the support for the many successful LCI construction projects. A modular fabrication and assembly bay was added to the facility in 2007. The assembly bay has overhead crane capacity 24’ hook height.

Logan and Company, Inc. has assembled a staff of experienced, highly qualified sales, project management, quality control and supervisory personnel. With an expanding client base Logan and Company, Inc. continues to gain client trust with the successful completion of projects. Now Logan and Company, Inc. is positioned to be a large player in the area for shop fabrication of structural steel, process piping and ASME pressure vessels as well as shop assembly of skid mounted and modular process equipment.