Don Park is a leading manufacturer and provider of products for the comfort and safety of people at home and at work.
Changing environmental, energy conservation and safety requirements make these dynamic and growing markets. With a manufacturing facility in Canada, new product research and development and strong financial resources, the company is poised to play an ever-increasing role in these industries throughout North America.
The company has over 50 years’ experience serving the needs of architects, designers and contractors through wholesale operations in the HVAC industry.
For over four decades, Don Park has been a leading manufacturer of top-quality sheet metal and venting products. We support manufacturers in various industries and specialize in providing our clients with custom solutions for their product lines, help maximize profitability, improve efficiency and reduce inventory.
Humble Beginnings – “While we read history, we make history” — George William Curtis
Stanley L. Meek was a progressive consultant at this time, offering his services to a struggling Sheet Metal Manufacturing company with a small customer base in the GTA.
Don Park became a sole proprietorship to grow the business. Stanley L. Meek became a business partner to a sole owner. The acquisition of Talarico Ltd. & Brunt Manufacturing occurred. The amalgamation of the two companies & Don Park allowed for the expansion of product base to include pipe, duct, fittings, and B-vents.
Don Park grew even further in 1984 by acquiring Rexway Sheet Metal and introducing its industrial fabrication line.
After 33 years of well-timed, intelligent business decisions, President & Chief Executive Officer Stanley L. Meek restructured his fully incorporated business into a limited partnership with investments by Terravest Industries. The company now has a better handle on the future and strengthened its core competencies – providing great customer service, quality products, and competitive prices.
President & CEO Stanley L. Meek, in turn, appointed a new successor – Peter Olierook. Under the new presidency, the immediate project is a renewed mission to “Focus On The Customer – One Company, One Team.” This year is about a total company effort of fully servicing customers and strengthening existing operations – for which Don Park recognized its success.
Thirty-eight years later, Noble Trade acquired Don Park from Terravest Industries, which led to the creation of a new HVAC division – Plumbing. Additionally, by March, the manufacturing division launched three new products; a low-profile airtight take-off, an aluminum drain pan for water heaters, and a new airtight round pipe.
A year after, New Brunswick entrepreneur Normand Caissie acquires Don Park Residential Manufacturing Group. IMG is a leading manufacturer of air distribution and building products. The integration of the two companies put them in a great position to access HVAC wholesale market in North America.
Don Park relocates to a new facility in Scarborough, Ontario.