Sponsors

Each year, many companies and community partners benefit from sponsoring IPRO projects. Sponsors help to grow tomorrow’s crop of talented professionals who are prepared to work in collaborative teams and address complex issues.

Current IPRO Sponsors

A. Finkl & Sons is the world’s leading supplier of forging die steels, plastic mold steels, die casting tool steels and custom open-die forgings, processing over 100,000 tons of steel each year.
Electrical Contractors Association of City of Chicago, Inc. members are experienced, proven contractors who have a record of providing quality, cost-effective services for the electrical industry, including commercial, industrial, and residential construction, as well as telecommunications and advanced technologies.
Galvin Electricity Initiative is leading a campaign to transform our nation’s power system into one that truly meets our needs for reliable, efficient, clean electricity service.
Kern Family Foundation is committed to supporting strategic causes in our world, the end results for which we may not see in our lifetime. The programs we support enrich the lives of the next generation of Americans, enabling them to become tomorrow’s leaders and innovators.
Mi-Jack Products, Inc. is recognized as an industry leader and innovator in Travelift® and Translift™ rubber tire gantry crane manufacturing, sales, service and support.
NAVTEQ is the leading global provider of maps, traffic and location data (digital location content) enabling navigation, location-based services and mobile advertising around the world.
Pentair has a goal to not only be the global leader in the water solutions and technical products industries, but also to lead the way within the global business community.
Sargent & Lundy has provided comprehensive consulting, engineering, design, and analysis for electric power generation and power delivery projects worldwide.
Sloan Valve provides smart, clean, and healthy restroom solutions that help preserve the world’s precious resources.

Past IPRO Sponsors