31 YEARS IN THE MAKING

 

Industrial Control Concepts, Inc. began business in 1986 with 4 electrical engineering veterans from Anheuser-Busch’s corporate engineering group.

ICC’s original ties to the brewery sector remain strong, which is evident in our address in the shadow of the Saint Louis Gateway Arch.
To this day, St. Louis is considered a pioneering city among both beer lovers and brewery professionals alike.

Over the last three decades we have expanded our competency from specialized brewery expertise to a slightly wider focus that encompasses additional industries with similar demands.

Building on a foundation of hundreds of successfully completed projects, ICC is further evolving from a mostly technical consultancy to a more strategically-minded engineering powerhouse.

– In recent years, we’ve hired several international engineering experts to support this evolution. For instance, ICC now employs engineers and business strategists with experience from Danbrew – once a leading brewery consultancy renowned worldwide. These new additions to the staff also enable our clients to draw on the knowledge of experts who have worked on international projects for Coca-Cola, Carlsberg, Novo Nordisk, Heineken and Pfizer.

KEY ICC MILESTONES

1986 – Industrial Control Concepts, Inc. is founded
1987– New key client Ralston-Purina (pet food, etc.) marks ICC’s expansion in other areas than brewery production.
1991 – ICC adds Mechanical Engineering to the list of services. The new, wider service range spurs a name change to ICC, Inc.
2000 – ICC adds Cervecería Nacional Dominicana (now AB InBev) to an increasingly international client portfolio including Pepsi and Nestle Bottled Water.
2007 – ICC cements our strategic expertise by playing a major role in the merger of two major American beer companies: From boardroom plans to finished installations, ICC delivers an array of engineering projects that combine all US brewing operations.
2012 – A new partner-structure brings international forces into management and expands ICC’s global experience base. ICC purchases its headquarters building at 301 Memorial Drive, St Louis, MO.

2013 – ICC acquires BSC (Bertrand Systems Consulting), a St. Louis, MO based company. BSC’s expertise is in the field of manufacturing software systems integrations between operations and manufacturing. ICC also acquires PAC (Process Automation Concepts), a Rock Island, IL based company. PAC specializes in 3-D factory design and factory component database management.

 

AFTER 31 YEARS OF OPERATION ICC’S CORE VALUES REMAIN UNCHANGED:

  • Supplying quality engineering solutions that last
  • Maintaining long-term relationships with our clients
  • Believing that if we employ high-qualified individuals with great personalities then good things will happen for both our clients and our company.