Meet the Team

Dan Palmer

Dan Palmer

Vice President of Sales

Mark Tschirgi

General Manager

Joseph Minor

Project Manager

Bryan Streicher

Project Manager

Shane Landt

Ag Sales

Michael Minnier

Inside Sales

Dan Recker

Drafter/Quality Control

Tim Wellendorf

Plant Supervisor

Paula Keehner

Purchasing Manager

Who We Are

Art’s Way Scientific is a wholly owned subsidiary of Art’s Way Manufacturing, a long standing leading manufacturer and marketer of specialized agricultural equipment, originating in 1956.

To learn more about Art’s Way Manufacturing, click here.

Art’s Way Scientific, Inc. exists to rapidly build the world’s scientific capacity. Academic research institutions, Department of Public Health Laboratories, government agencies, diagnostic and private research laboratories and pharmaceutical companies use our buildings in the search to find cures for the world’s diseases, improve the world population’s quality of life, and protect people from naturally occurring and intentional public health threats.

Our team designs, manufactures, delivers and installs custom research facilities generally in less than 6 months, as compared to years often required for conventional design/build projects. Since 1990 over 50 vivarium and laboratory projects have been successfully completed.

Why Build Modular?

In an industry report published by the Modular Building Institute, the modular building industry is “Changing the Way the World Builds, GREENER.FASTER.SMARTER ™”. Modular buildings are constructed in controlled plant conditions, not subject to weather related construction delays. Our manufacturing plants have stringent QA/QC programs and are inspected by third party inspection according to state building codes.

Built to be transported from the factory to the site, and lifted into place with special handling equipment, modular buildings are generally built stronger that conventional construction. The building sections show up on the site ready for installation, minimizing site disruption, traffic and eliminating most of the construction hazards.

Most designs can be adopted to fit modular build sections. Many are designed for relocation and refurbishment after their initial use.

Building a factory built structure is not a compromise – it’s innovative and efficient.