Gallagher-Kaiser was founded by the trio of Edward Gallagher, Joseph Kaiser III and August Fegert.
The cost card for Gallagher-Kaiser’s first major project.
An industrial part washer, designed, fabricated and assembled in the G-K shop, preparing to be transported.
An industrial dryer designed, fabricated and assembled in the G-K shop.
Gallagher-Kaiser moved and expanded their business to Selkirk Avenue in Detroit.
Hand drawn standards by G-K engineers.
Hand drawn design and data description for Circular Type Washer customer.
Designed, fabricated and assembled in the G-K shop on Selkirk, dust and fume system.
Designed, fabricated and assembled in the G-K shop on Selkirk, an industrial washer.
Gallagher-Kaiser’s first brochure, detailing industrial ovens, spray booths, industrial washers, industrial ventilation and fabrication.
Mono-Rail Washer, designed, manufactured and assembled in the G-K shop.
Duct work fabrication process in the G-K shop.
Gallagher-Kaiser designed and fabricated spray booth at the Chrysler Dodge Main Plant.
The Rickel Malt building processes.
Flant NO.2 Old Packard Motor Plant
Gallagher-Kaiser designed, fabricated and manufactured radiant oven.
Gallagher-Kaiser designed, fabricated and manufactured industrial oven.
The G-K fabricated oven cooler booth at Plymouth.
A Gallagher-Kaiser designed Gyro-Kleen line brochure, detailing spray booths, industrial ovens, air make-up units and industrial washers.
Exterior image of a Gallagher-Kaiser jobsite for duct work installation.
Gallagher-Kaiser in shop fabrication process.
Gallagher-Kaiser moved their facility to Mt. Elliott Street in Detroit.
The G-K Engineering and Design Department, made up of project engineers who specialized in civil, structural and mechanical engineering.
The sand blasting exhaust stack process, through custom-design systems for the control of dust and fumes that are by-products of industrial processes.
Through proper design and installations throughout the United States, G-K became an established leader in high-tech electro-deposition coating systems.
Working closely with customer chemical suppliers, G-K was able to ensure correct stage times and mixture controls, as versatility was incorporated into the design of the Phosphate System.
Designed, assembled and tested prior to shipment and installation, the system is able to fit any special requirement.
1,800,000 CFM baghouse collector and ductwork at the automotive foundry.
Gyro-Kleen Acoustical Panel Systems Brochure outlining the one-source turn-key installation process for customers sound control requirements.
Gyro-Kleen Dust and Fume Collection Brochure presenting Gallagher-Kaiser’s complete line of Gyro-Kleen Wet-Type Dust and Fume Collection.
Gallagher-Kaiser was awarded patent number 5,906,078 for Plastic Enclosure.
GK was awarded patent number 5,383,445 for Indirect Oven Heater.
Gallagher-Kaiser took the lead role mobilizing over 500 tradesman in just a few days to repair the General Motors OKC Plant that was hit by a tornado.
Gallagher-Kaiser opened a new office in the state of Nevada.
Gallagher-Kaiser received the order for the new paint shop at General Motors Orion.
Gallagher-Kaiser purchased Universal Piping Industries.
Gallagher-Kaiser received an Exclusive (partnership) License Agreement from General Motors to market and sell its Patented Radiant Tube Ovens to other OEM’s.
The first vehicle at General Motors Orion was painted eight months after construction began, a record for paint stop installation and with three new technologies.
Gallagher-Kaiser signed a collaborative working agreement with Eisenmann.
Gallagher-Kaiser received the order for the new General Motors Fairfax Paint Shop.
Gallagher-Kaiser was awarded 2012 General Motors Supplier of the Year.
Gallagher-Kaiser was awarded the General Motors Flint Paint Shop.
Gallagher-Kaiser was awarded 2013 General Motors Supplier of the Year, for the second, consecutive year in a row.
Robert S. Kaiser became the sole owner of Gallagher-Kaiser.