1989 Douglas Cobb founds Metal Arts Construction (Mt. Pleasant, MI) performing commercial and residential metal stud framing, insulation, drywall and acoustical ceilings.
1994 Douglas Cobb and Mark Greenwald (Owner of Greenwald Construction) begin Metal Arts Greenwald (M.A.G.) Insulation as a joint venture specializing in blow-in blanket system fiberglass insulation (BIBS) for new homes.
1997 Metal Arts Construction takes sole ownership of MAG Insulation.
2003 Dan Murphy and Harold Murphy purchase Metal Arts Construction and MAG Insulation from Douglas Cobb.
2006 MAG Insulation adds spray polyurethane foam insulation to its insulation services and begins to experience steady growth in the residential and commercial insulation markets.
2007 MAG Insulation purchases Anderson Spray Insulation, Inc. (Breckenridge, MI) bringing its owner, Brian Anderson, on board to oversee MAG’s spray foam insulation operation.
2008 MAG Insulation expands their residential retrofit insulation operation and doubles annual sales as rising energy prices spur significant growth. MAG wins the Dow Chemical Company Service Award for its work on Michigan’s first Thermax Total Wall System installation at 735 Forest Avenue Commercial Development in Birmingham, MI.
2009 MAG Insulation becomes a stand-alone entity spinning its operations off from Metal Arts Construction. Led by Dan Murphy, MAG becomes the largest dealer of Demilec SPF insulation in the state of Michigan.
2010 MAG moves all operations to Auburn, MI. MAG is highlighted in Spray Polyurethane Foam industry magazine for its’ work on the Camp Grayling Barracks project.
2013 MAG continues to flourish and grow its’ residential insulation and commercial services business with projects ranging from Lima, Ohio to Marquette, Michigan.