George Fechter

George Fechter

George Fechter is Chairman, founder and Vulcan investor. He held executive positions 1973-1998 with Limbach Holdings, one of the nation’s largest and most successful mechanical engineering and construction companies. He participated in founding contracting related service companies and provided board services for Linc (HVAC Service Franchising), Linc Facility Services( Management, operations and maintenance of large facilities like the Atlanta Airport), TEGG (Electrical Contracting Franchising) and LandOpt(Landscape Contracting Managerial Services and Cut Above (Chicago based landscaping contractor).

He and Carl Martin started Vulcan, a Linc Contractor in 1991. George is involved in prominent national non-profit organizations serving on the boards, including the University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute, University of Pittsburgh Brain Institute, Eye and Ear Foundation, and Manchester Bidwell which provides vocational training to the disadvantaged.