Since 1907, Murphy has set the standard for mechanical and industrial construction, and engineering, providing clients throughout the United States with high quality, timely execution, excellent value and fair price.
Our century of success is built on the foundation of delivering valuable solutions to our customers. Murphy’s solutions-based purpose is based on three core values- employee well-being, enduring relationships, and integrity and professionalism. Murphy develops relationships from the inside out, starting with our employees and carrying through to our customers and the community at large. Business as usual is not an acceptable option. Murphy continues to adapt to changes in the business world and built environment to go beyond the expected.
“Our mission is to continually innovate and improve our business processes to maximize value for our customers and enhance company performance. We achieve this through safety excellence, empowerment of our people, effective teamwork, development of our partners and dedicated customers focus. By embracing our core values, we are confident Murphy will continue to adapt and create solutions through outstanding performance to achieve another century of business success. We expect our customers to hold us accountable to that promise.”
– Patrick J. Murphy Jr.
Today, our multi-generational family culture extends throughout the organization, with more than 30 employees whose grandparents, parents, aunts, uncles or siblings worked or still work for the firm. More than 264 salaried employees and up to 800 union craft workers help fulfill Murphy Company’s proud legacy of “A Century of Solutions.”
Forecast Revenue 03/31/19: $323,559,000
Revenue 03/31/18: $266,411,000
Revenue 03/31/17: $272,300,000
Bonding Capacity: $250,000,000
Financial Rating: 4A2 Dun & Bradstreet
Ranked 18th largest mechanical specialty contracting firm in the 2017 ENR/Engineering News-Record, and ranked 24th largest mechanical contracting firm by the 2017 Contractor Annual Report.