Geveden Industrial, Inc., a Veteran owned company, has been in buisness for 12 years however the company's origins began in Washougal Washington as Coastal Oil Filter and Flushing Incorporated (COFFI) in 1986. COFFI's largest clients were ocean going super tankers requiring emergency flushing, most notably the Exxon, Arco and Texaco tankers.
In 1994 ownership changed, the company expanded and continued to grow. Our experience broadened into general construction services and aftermarket services. In 1995 we became Crown Engineering and Construction Incorporated (CEC), an Industrial General Contracting Company.
In 2000 high power prices in California and the Northwest allowed CEC to focus a division on turnkey Cogeneration, Distributed Energy and Renewable Energy markets. Together with experienced management, engineering partners and industry leaders, CEC brought more than 60 mission critical power generation projects to life with a variety of power generation products at the lowest cost per kilowatt available. The company's experience in power technologies ranged from CHP, CCHP gas driven prime movers, Wind, Solar, Biomass boiler and steam turbine installations.
In 2006 the asset management division of CEC was sold to a publicly traded company. With an ownership change, Geveden Industrial emerged. Our core heavy industrial construction experience remains as strong as ever. The new company is a California Corporation with remote office locations in Texas, Northern and Southern California. We have expanded our services to include the Energy, Medical, Pharmacutical, Nuclear and Heavy Industry Sectors.
Geveden Industrial is on a short list of companies that have the expertise to offer business development, consulting, permitting, EPC and aftermarket services in house on a global scale.
We are OSHPD certified & compliant.
Over 100 combined years of global EPC experience.
The company focus at that time was on flushing oil systems in the paper and sawmill industry. COFFI's largest clients were ocean going super tankers requiring emergency flushing, most notably the Exxon, Arco and Texaco tankers.
The focus broadened into the mechanical construction and repair fields.
from its humble beginnings as a small service company to a fully functional, complete general contractor and became Crown Engineering and Construction Incorporated (CEC).
Which in turn created a niche market for the 50MW and below power plant construction, primarily in California and the Northwest.