FORT LUPTON, CO, February 9th, 2017 – Fort Lupton’s High School “Future Business Leaders of America” and DECA groups joined together to create blue fence signage saying “GO FORT LUPTON BLUE DEVILS” at one of the most visible locations in Fort Lupton. Located on the SW corner of Fort Lupton city limits at the corner of US Highway 85 and County Road 8 in Fort Lupton, McAda’s facility is passed by 28,000 vehicles per
The high school groups are being presented with a $500 donation to defray upcoming State conference travel costs. “We are honored to help these young future business leaders. The U.S. has a renewed pro-energy, pro-business focus and these young, high-achieving students will serve vital leadership roles in the future,” says James McAda, President of McAda Fluids Heating Services. McAda Fluids Heating Services offers solutions for operators during the hydraulic fracturing process in cold weather, for specific frac fluid temperature requirements, or for issues related to wellbore pipe contraction. The company operates more than 1.8 billion BTU of heating capacity for frac tanks, water pits and “Heat on-the-Fly” services.
McAda Drilling Fluids provides around-the-clock oilfield service equipment where and when operators need it. The company operates a fleet of specialized trucks and offers equipment rentals for tanks, pumps and “best-in-class” portable mud mixing plants. Products include custom-blended drilling and completion fluids and water-based drilling mud.