Hughes-Anderson has been providing the highest quality service since the company’s inception in 1971. We continue to seek new ways to improve and strengthen our relationships with customers.
At Hughes-Anderson, we know a thing or two about heat exchangers. After all, we’ve been building them for over 50 years. We believe that a strong company starts with relationships… with both our customers and our employees. We believe the best way to grow a business is to invest in the latest technology, employ the best minds and hands in the business, and focus on the details.
We believe that by constantly improving and moving forward, we make you stronger
Hughes-Anderson was incorporated in 1971, but the close relationships among the founders date back over prior years, when many of them worked together at one of the nation’s largest heat exchanger firms.
Immediately after incorporation, Hughes-Anderson set out to build a strong, solid organization by bringing in outstanding individuals to serve in every key position. Those individuals formed a team with capabilities that encompassed every aspect of shell and tube heat transfer technology. This has proven to be a successful formula and one that is still followed to this day.
Hughes-Anderson has the in-house expertise to provide all the necessary functions for thermal rating, mechanical design, drafting and shop fabrication. We have a completely integrated computer system that includes thermal design using HTRI, mechanical linked to our customized AutoCAD system for generating outline and shop drawings, as well as shop scheduling, job cost and time accumulation, and accounting functions.
Stability is measured by a variety of gauges, not the least of which is the longevity of our relationships with our customers and suppliers. Our employees’ loyalty is also a measure of Hughes-Anderson’s stability. Approximately one half of our employees have over 20 years of service with the Company. Hughes-Anderson is 100% employee owned.
MEET THE TEAM
Our key employees have participated and held responsible positions in industry organizations such as the Tubular Exchanger Manufacturers Association (TEMA), American Petroleum Institute (API) and Heat Transfer Research Inc. (HTRI).
Manager of Manufacturing
Manager of Engineering
Manager of Quality Control
Thermal Design Engineer / Software Development
Traffic Coordinator / Inventory Control