About Us

Experienced. Driven. 4th generation management team. Focused on doing what’s right for our customers. This is 12:eleven Production Equipment. As a specialty company providing custom design, engineering and fabrication of production and process equipment, we are dedicated to doing what’s right for our customers and passionate about creating value on every project.

Innovation at Work


High costs and intensive service of firetube maintenance has been a growing problem for both vertical and horizontal treaters. Due to the corrosive environment of the firetube’s location on a vessel (water contact), the risk of failure is significant and the threat of a catastrophic accident (fire) is very high. Even the slightest imperfection in metal integrity from corrosion, such as a small pin-hole, can destroy an entire production facility as the result of fire…and several have been destroyed. This firetube problem posed both a significant environmental risk and severe safety issue – many times occurring after it was too late to prevent the incident.


With the extensive oil and gas production background of the 12:eleven team, multiple solutions to mitigate the risk of these firetube failures were evaluated and considered. In order to innovate, many traditional and conventional mental models and production processes were eliminated during the problem-solving exercise. The ultimate solution was to eliminate a conventional treater and introduce indirect heating with a complementary piece of equipment. This allowed for indirect oil heating through a low-pressure method in a non-corrosive environment; therefore, mitigating risk of firetube failures. This new, innovative process not only reduced the environmental risk and the obvious safety issue, but additional safety improvements were realized as it relates to maintenance. The positive impact of the solution also justified a special spacing variance order from the state commission authority. This variance allows for the placement of the production vessel much closer to the storage tanks; thus, significantly reducing the production pad size and resulting in large customer savings.

12:eleven Innovation At Work

Your Single Source Provider

Your Single Source Provider

One stop shop. At 12:eleven, we are a single source for design, engineering and fabrication of multiple production and process equipment categories. Partner with 12:eleven and eliminate: multiple fabricator, engineering, and vendor relationships; equipment tracking and coordination of multi-components; and complex logistics coordination.  Our customers only need to make one call. Contact Us.

Principles We Live and Work By

Principles We Live and Work By

Building value for our customers is our objective, providing the best in customer service is how we achieve our goals. Everything that we do is filtered through a set of formal Guiding Principles, which guide our actions and norms of behavior. These principles are built on a foundation of the following virtues: Integrity, Humility, Respect and Selflessness, and continue through the life of each customer relationship.

Our Geographic Reach

Our Geographic Reach

Anytime. Anywhere. The 12:eleven geographic support reaches many active basins across North America, including, but not limited to: Bakken, Permian, Delaware, Eagle Ford, Stack, Scoop, Niobrara, Piceance, Barnett, Marcellus and Utica.

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Our Leadership

Michael is a 20-year veteran of manufacturing quality, operations, and management. Before joining the Sharp Iron Group as President and partner in 2014, he was a senior manager for fortune-50 aerospace company, Pratt & Whitney, for over 15 years. In that time, Michael led successful initiatives in virtually every facet of the turbine engine supply chain, from repair and overhaul of business aviation components, to major overhaul of commercial jetliner engines. While at Sharp Iron Group, Michael has navigated the company through several major growth initiatives including ASME code certification as well as several plant expansions and company acquisitions.

When not at work, Michael stays busy as Chairman of United Regional Health Care System’s Board of Trustees, as well as serving on several other non-profit boards and advisory committees. He is also heavily involved with his church and, of course, his family, including wife, Francie, daughter, Madeline, and son, Riley. Michael holds a BBA degree in Business Administration from Midwestern State University.

Over eighteen (18+) years of experience designing, engineering and fabricating oilfield production equipment. A history of managing both small and large teams and up to nine-figure revenue streams. His experience and history also included, leading the start-up of business units and divisions in multiple geographic locations throughout North America. Josh’s depth of field experience and formal education combined with his history in engineering and design roles have developed into a unique capability and rounded knowledge for creating innovative solutions for customers.

Summary of Experience

  • 18 years of total work experience in the oil and gas industry; emphasis on production and equipment
  • Promoted and recognized several times for professional expertise and innovation
  • Over 5 years of direct fabrication shop and production experience as a welder and assembly worker
  • Over 8 years of direct engineering and project management experience
  • Over 3 years of direct sales, account manager, and sales leader experience
  • Multiple years as business unit leader
  • 12 years of experience in the U.S. Army performing various duties:
    • Ranger Infantryman / Staff Sargent.
    • Honor graduate.
    • Successfully led several combat missions in high risk/ targeted areas.
    • Led and trained in upwards of 250+ soldiers at boot camp per cycle.
    • Honorably discharged for completion of military duty.
  • Granted a SECRET security clearance by the Department of Defense

Josh has a BS degree in Mechanical Engineering and a Master of Business Administration (MBA). Josh also received his PMP (Project Management Professional) certification.

Bobby has over 35+ years in the oil and gas industry from field operations, drilling, pumper, fabrication, supervisor, and QC lead. Bobby has a depth of oilfield experience that he has gleaned from the various positions that he has held throughout his career that touch many different stages of the oil and gas process. His previous experience includes supervising and managing various stages of equipment fabrication, including a focus on quality control and service. His roots start with a broad level of field experience and it is conveyed in his attention to detail on how equipment is engineered, fabricated and assembled; meeting and exceeding all quality standards. With over 26 years’ experience at Natco/Cameron, he not only supervised various departments in the fabrication but also had to meet strict timelines for customers deliveries.

Bobby is one that you can count on to get the job done and walk away knowing that it was done right. He instinctively knows what and how the customer wants to see the equipment when it arrives on location. With his extensive background in field service, ease of maintenance is the first thought when units are being assembled.

Bobby has many certifications related to oilfield classes and programs.

With over 10 years of project management experience in various industries, George brings a skill to the team that delivers a high level of accountability and service to our customers. His background also includes management and leadership related to coordinating purchases, deliveries, and inventory of high value materials. Previous duties have led him into positions where he was solely responsible and accountable for all the equipment and materials of the organization. He has also worked within various state regulations related to purchasing parts and materials for high profile special projects.

George has held roles where he was responsible for developing training materials for various site administrators. George has always maintained good working relationships with point of contacts to ensure needs were met in a timely and efficient manner – with a goal to always exceed expectations. Through hard work and determination, George has earned the trust and confidence of his customers and has developed many long-term relationships throughout his career.

George holds a BA in Psychology at Midwestern State University.

Nearly thirty (30) years of experience within the oil and gas industry, primarily focused on upstream activities. Barry possesses extensive expertise across many organizational functions and disciplines, including Executive Leadership, Operations, Finance, Business Development & Sales, Customer Service, and Human Resources.

Before joining 12:eleven in July 2020, Barry served as President for FDF Energy Services. Barry began his twenty-nine (29) year career at FDF in an entry-level position and quickly ascended through the ranks. He served in many critical leadership roles of increasing responsibility and complexity, culminating in the role of President. During his tenure there, he led, guided, and supported the company through some of its greatest growth and most challenging environments.

Barry earned his MBA from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette and holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Management from USL