Founded in 1993, Myriad Engineering has been providing its customers with high quality precision machining and fabrication for over 25 years. We work with businesses worldwide to provide components, pieces, parts, assemblies and mechanical engineering solutions for their B2B needs. We work in an array of industries but have extensive and long time experience with the optical, medical, electronics, power, paper mill, Military and Aerospace Industries.
In late 2013, our company relocated to a 27,000 sq.ft. facility in North Oxford, MA to allow for increased production capabilities and continued growth.
"Engineering solutions through innovative machining."
We are an innovative precision machining and custom metal fabrication machine shop aimed at offering high quality and competitively priced products and services. We continuously seek to improve our capabilities for ourselves, our suppliers, our employees and our customer. Our goal is to be a local leader within the industry through moderate growth, annual profitability, high customer satisfaction, and forward-thinking technologies.
At Myriad Engineering, we can advise you through the design and developmental processes, construct, inspect and assemble your mechanical needs. We work with carbon steel, stainless steel, various metal alloys and have the capacity to handle materials up to 15000 lbs..
Go With Someone Who's been There
All of our machinists are highly skilled and have worked hard to master their trade. Over the last 20 years we have become well diversified and we are capable of handling small and large volumes of product. You can trust that our work is always guaranteed to your satisfaction.
Our executives have over 50 years industry experience. Read below for more information about our corporate executive board.
Dennis founded Myriad Engineering in 1994. He graduated from Bay Path Regional Vocational Technical High school in 1981 earning his certification in Machine Tool Technology. Upon graduation, Dennis worked for Rice-Barton Manufacturers of Paper Mill Equipment where he ran Horizontal Boring Mills, Planner Mills, and Turrett Lathes. After years there, Dennis went to work for Coppus Engineering Manufacturers of steam turbines. While there he ran Bridgeports, Engine Lathes, and Turret Lathes.
Working in the industry for over a decade before stepping out on his own, Dennis has extensive knowledge on how things work, run and need to be produced. This ensures that every quote he produces is fair and the best possible cost to our customers.
Donna graduated from Shepherd Hill Regional High School in 1981. Upon graduation, she went on to work at Savers Co-Op Bank for three years working in their checking department. From there Donna worked at Schott Fiberoptics as a lense assembler. In 1994, Donna became Vice-President and Co-Founder of Myriad Engineering with her husband Dennis.
Ashley graduated from Southbridge High School in 2006. She then spent two years at Syracuse University working towards a Bachelors Degree in Marketing and Retail Management. In 2009 Ashley transferred to Boston College to finish earning her bachelors degree. She graduated in December of 2010 from the Carroll School of Management with a B.S. in Management with a concentration in Marketing.
Throughout her college years, Ashley interned with Kohl's Department Stores and held full-time management level roles with other retailers such as Bath and Body Works. Upon completing her degree, she went into the Manager In-Training Program with Kohl's Department Stores and then became an Assistant Store Manager of Apparel and Accessories. With 5 years of extensive Business Management and Human Resources experience, Ashley joined her family at Myriad Engineering as Secretary and Treasurer in 2013 to help grow and create more standardize HR 7 business practices throughout the company .
Keith has over 35 years of machining experience and has held management level positions in each of the companies he has worked. Keith began his career with James Wright Precision Products, Inc. While there he worked as a machinist where he ran production lathes, Bridgeports, horizontal milling machines, forming and knurling machines. He later went on to be an Assistant Manager where he handled estimating, purchasing, inventory control, production, quality control, and R&D. Keith left in 2006 to start his own business, Hamilton Stainless & Brass Manufacturing, LLC, which he operated until 2010. Keith has also worked for Schott North America, Inc. as an Assistant Manager and Consultant.
During his professional career, Keith also attended numerous institutes, including Nichols College, Quinsigamond Community College and Quinebaug Valley Community College to help further his career development. He also attended Citizens School at Citizen Machinery America and Mazatrol School with the Mazak Corporation.