In 1955, Willie Strohmeyer founded Triangle Manufacturing. He was a master builder, a marine and a successful machine shop engineer. He was so skillful, in fact, he believed he could do things better himself, so that’s exactly what he pursued. He left his job in aerospace engineering, joined forces with two other enterprising colleagues, and opened his own manufacturing facility in a suburban New Jersey garage.
Willie thrived on taking risks and solving complex challenges. Sixty years later that same entrepreneurial, “roll-up-your-sleeves and get it done” spirit is alive and well at Triangle.
Today, Willie’s three-man operation has grown into a 250-person business occupying 107,000 square feet of space spread over four state-of-the-art-facilities in Upper Saddle River, NJ. Here teams of engineers, project managers, and second and third generation Strohmeyers continue the work that founder Willie started, tackling complex engineering and manufacturing challenges every day.