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MECO Welcomes Fredrick Dade as Our New Quality and Safety Manager

MECO is pleased to welcome Fredrick Dade as MECO’s new Quality and Safety Manager. Mr. Dade has a BS in Industrial Engineering from Texas A&M and has worked in Manufacturing and Quality since 1999. He has fourteen years of quality experience and was most recently a Quality Director with CDI Energy Products in Humble, TX.  Among other responsibilities, Mr. Dade will be responsible for various audits including ISO9001, ASME Pressure Vessels, client audits and the management of our quality system. He will take over responsibilities for company wide quality objectives. Mr. Dade will be based out of the Mandeville, LA headquarters.

Co-current with this new hire, MECO will be transitioning Matthew Mondello as the Manufacturing Manager, where he will be responsible for our manufacturing activities.  Mr. Mondello has been MECO’s Quality Manager for the past six years. During his tenure in this position, Mr. Mondello has made significant contributions to our quality program and quality objectives as evidenced by all measures. His hard work and professionalism have made him an outstanding representative of MECO. As such, his experience has provided him with the opportunity to become intimately familiar with MECO system procedures, work processes, and the industry needs.

Please help us in give a warm welcome to Mr. Dade and congratulate Mr. Mondello on his new position!


MECO is a world leader in the design and construction of engineered products for water purification serving industries where water is considered a critical utility. MECO designs and constructs proprietary machinery and systems for the biopharmaceutical industry where ultrapure water is the primary ingredient in the manufacture of drugs and medical devices. The company manufactures a broad base of desalination technologies to the offshore oil and gas industry for use on platforms, drilling rigs and remote locations. Armed forces of the United States and other countries have used MECO products since World War II.