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EFI Featured in American Executive Magazine

Centralia, IL - August 21, 2008

Engineered Fluid, Inc. (EFI) was recently featured in American Executive Magazine. The article titled "Engineered Fluid: Pump House" profiles President and CEO of EFI, Bill Goodspeed, and why he thinks it’s important for water pumps to run and keep the drinking water supply flowing. Since its incarnation in 1964, EFI has specialized in building small, packaged water treatment plants and supplying equipment for the municipal water distribution market.

"We’re the only company I’m aware of that has competent design engineers, a factory-direct service department, and the ability to deliver all of its stations with its own trucks, providing a single source for project responsibility," said Goodspeed in the article.

 

This spring’s flooding in the Midwest reminded us of the devastating power of floods—destruction of crops and contamination of the water supply are the most devastating. It reminded Bill Goodspeed of the importance of water pumps running to keep the drinking water supply flowing through people’s taps. If the pumps fail, nobody gets clean water.

 

Goodspeed’s father Jack started his manufacturing company in his home in Centralia, Ill. in 1964, building small, packaged water treatment plants. Since the 1970s, the company, Engineered Fluid, Inc. (EFI), has focused exclusively on building and supplying equipment for the municipal water distribution market, especially factory built, water booster pump stations.

 

About 30 years ago, Goodspeed recalled, the company built some underground stations for a town in Ohio that wanted to build them out in a flood plain. To keep the pump stations dry and accessible during potential flooding, Jack Goodspeed and EFI built access towers to allow workers to enter the stations above the anticipated high water level of the floodwaters.

 

Goodspeed said his father, who retired in 2005, opted to get out of the packaged water treatment and sewage business in the late ’70s to specialize the company in a niche market. Over the last 30 years, EFI has grown into a $50 million company by providing custom designed and built below-ground and above-ground water pump stations for public and private water companies across the US.

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