Building for a Century of Flight

Samuel Austin was an English carpenter who emigrated to the U.S. in 1872 and settled in Cleveland, Ohio. He started his own contracting business in 1878, The Samuel Austin Company, and his business and reputation for commercial and industrial construction contracting began. His son, Wilbert, graduated from what is now Case Western Reserve University as a mechanical engineer and soon joined his father’s firm.
Wilbert designed. Samuel constructed. And the integrated design and construction process that became known as The Austin Method®, is exactly what U.S. industry needed as the country grew rapidly from coast to coast.
Just five months after the Wright Brothers flew at Kitty Hawk, the Samuel Austin & Son Company was formed, and Wilbert had a vision for how the Company could serve the aviation industry and become a key partner in the future of manned flight. That vision became a part of our Company's DNA. 
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