November 15, 2022
Tulsa, Oklahoma – MIRATECH Corporation, a global leader in providing cost-effective critical emissions and acoustics solutions, celebrated 30 years in business in 2022 with an event at Tulsa Air & Space Museum with more than 130 MIRATECH employees and special guests in attendance.
“This is a great and exciting time for MIRATECH as we celebrate 30 years in business,” said David Zenthoefer, MIRATECH’s CEO.
The night included dinner, awards and a video about the 30 years of MIRATECH. The event was emceed by Elizabeth Wells Burden, MIRATECH’s Director of Employee Engagement and General Counsel.
MIRATECH’s 30-year celebration also included events at its other locations in Knoxville, Tennessee, Prior Lake, Minnesota, Winnipeg, Canada and Sinntal, Germany.
Started in 1992 following the passage of the Clean Air Act amendment, MIRATECH has grown into an international company with nearly 200 employees throughout the world, and MIRATECH does business in more than 40 countries across six continents.
MIRATECH is one of the best places to work in as the company was named an Oklahoma Top Workplace in 2021 and 2019 by The Oklahoman. Nearly 90 percent of MIRATECH employees said it is a great place to work, according to a 2022 Great Place to Work Trust Index Survey.
MIRATECH totals 66 employees in its Tulsa headquarters and has more than 200 employees throughout the world. Along with its office in Tulsa, MIRATECH has other offices in Prior Lake, Minnesota; Knoxville, Tennessee; Winnipeg, Canada and Sinntal, Germany.
MIRATECH is a Tulsa, Oklahoma, based leader in providing environmentally sound emission and acoustic solutions for global users of stationary natural gas and diesel reciprocating engines. Current products and service offerings include Oxidation, 3-Way, SCR, and DPF catalyst systems, silencers, and exhaust piping; catalyst/DPF monitoring and control systems; heat recovery systems; training programs; project management; and technical field service.
MIRATECH has over 200 employees globally, located both remotely and in office locations. It has four manufacturing facilities in North American, four facilities in Europe and sells to customers located in more than 40 countries across six continents. The company was founded in 1992 following the passage of the Clean Air Act amendments of 1990.