Gallo Mechanical is a 75-year-old locally grown family operation, built on its commitment to family, service and performance. Over its nearly eight decades, Gallo’s focus has remained singular: reinvesting in the community and its people, financially and through programs. According to JP Hymel, Gallo’s President, “While we have grown significantly over the years, our focus has remained the same – our clients, our people, and the community we serve.”
Gallo is unique among its competitors primarily due to its dedication to community-based partnerships. The company doesn’t believe in insular investments; they foster partnerships made to create career pathways for opportunity youth and long-term employee engagement. Gallo decided to partner with EdNavigator – to provide educational support and guidance – for its employees across their geographic footprint. “We know that finding the educational resources and navigating educational/learning challenges with kids is often daunting and overwhelming. By partnering with EdNavigator we are providing additional support that matters to our people – because they matter to us” Maria Pote – Gallo Mechanical Director of Special Projects.
Phil worked at Gallo Mechanical for 35 years and was not only considered a coworker, but also family. We will miss him greatly.
Gallo Mechanical, LLC is proud and excited to be part of this awesome program!
“The EDA and Greater New Orleans Inc. announced on Wednesday that the federal agency will grant $950,000 to the GNO program that brings together private sector companies and higher education institutions to tailor courses for specific job needs.”
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Please join us in congratulating Kevin Brown – today marks 20 years that Kevin came to work with us! Kevin, you’ve been a ‘TEAM’ player since day one. Thank you for all the long hours, dedication and loyalty throughout the years and continuing today.
Welcome to the Old Timers Club (over 32 strong and growing!)
Gallo Mechanical employees participated in the First Annual Build and Boil with Rebuilding Together New Orleans on Saturday April 6, 2019! We helped fix up a house as well as took home first place in the Crawfish Boil Competition, lead by Bryan Gallo. Our own Joe Madron also got first place in the crawfish eating competition! It was a great day in our community and we are looking forward to next year!