Title: Founder, Chief Executive Officer and President
Company: Pro Services Inc.
Location: Portage, Michigan, United States
Michael VandeMaele, the founder, chief executive officer and president at Pro Services Inc., has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Business Owners for dedication, achievements, and leadership in the field of contracting.
With over 45 years of experience in his chosen field, Mr. VandeMaele has distinguished himself as the founder, chief executive officer and president of Pro Services Inc., a multi-skilled trades contractor that has sought to provide the services of tradesmen and maintenance personnel to various customers in the industrial, commercial, and residential sectors since 1987. Based in Michigan and operating 24 hours a day, seven days a week, the company has garnered a laudable reputation for its dedication to safety, quality and expertise, as well as its efforts in generating a talented staff of certified experts in the areas of mechanical services, pulp and paper manufacturing, plumbing, HVAC, pipefitting, welding and ironworking. Likewise, Pro Services offers a Department of Labor-certified maintenance apprenticeship program, Pro University, which includes in-house training, hands-on involvement and a guaranteed training regimen at client facilities.
Well-regarded for his accomplishments, Mr. VandeMaele was bestowed with the Entrepreneur of the Year Award by Ernst and Young Global Limited, a multinational professional services network, in 2016. Likewise, he has been extensively profiled and interviewed by a variety of media publications, including Manufacturing Technology Insights, DotCom Magazine and on the Chris Voss Show podcast. Among his most cherished achievements, however, Mr. VandeMaele is most proud to have retained the employment of so many talented contractors, and to have earned the loyalty of numerous client organizations.
In accounting for his standout success, Mr. VandeMaele largely credits his propensity for adding value to the portfolio of his customers, as well as his efforts in cultivating and nurturing the talents of over 150 maintenance technicians. Looking toward the future, he aspires to expand the list of active personnel to over 1,500, and to gradually step back from his responsibilities as the chief executive officer and president to become the chairman of the board of directors.
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