We invite you to bring your project to us—let us show you our operation. The best way to grasp our capabilities is to see our foundry first hand. MACA sits on 35 acres in Springville, Utah. Nestled between the Wasatch mountains and Utah lake, the foundry floor elevation is 4,577 feet above sea level. You might think we’re biased, but we think our location makes MACA the most beautiful foundry in the world.
“I might just be the youngest pattern maker in the country. Started learning the trade in 1998 and I’m honing my craft every day.”
I work at MACA because we have the same priorities—quality, constant improvement and care for others. We're both perfectionists from the get-go. I'm trusted to do my job and given the tools to be the best.
“I believe in being a professional, being safe and keeping others around me safe.”
I have built great relationships with the people at MACA. MACA has continually grown since I started and they have helped me grow as a person right along with them. My family and I love living in Utah and MACA is a big reason for that.
“I run production operations in building Two. I am a Foundry man to my core. I love this work. It is a challenge every day.”
Old world foundry men taught me the foundry business. They did everything by hand. It provided a good foundation for my career. My biggest challenges and favorite successes come from working with the people here at MACA.
“I run the big furnaces. I make sure we melt the right materials, add in the right alloys and keep the equipment functioning. It’s a fussy job, but I love it.”
I know that I have a good job for a long time here and I do all I can to repay MACA by focusing on doing the job safely and focusing on quality.
“It’s my job to shake out the castings and look for any flaws. I’ve perfected spotting a problem from miles away.”
I work on our casting pouring crews. It's exciting when we pour the big ones. The people at MACA have great attitudes. My father was a foundry man here. I'm proud to carry on in his shoes.