Greenheck is located in north central Wisconsin, just minutes from the beautiful northwoods vacation areas. The local area provides a high standard of living at a reasonable cost. The area has an excellent school system that includes several options for continuing education including a two and four year campus and a technical college. The Wausau/Schofield area has much to offer summer and winter sports enthusiasts. Direct access to the interstate highway system allows residents to reach Minneapolis, Green Bay, Madison, Milwaukee and Chicago in a few hours. The community is home to several other large employers with an emphasis in the paper, window manufacturing and insurance industries.
A complete offering of fans and ventilators, centrifugal and vane axial fans, dampers, louvers, make-up air units, energy recovery ventilators, and kitchen ventilation systems are manufactured in Schofield, WI.
Coming from the North: Take Hwy 51/I39 south to Exit 187 (Hwy 29 East – Sign says Green Bay.) Once on Hwy 29 East, take the next exit, Exit 171 (Business Hwy 51). Sign says Business 51, Schofield, Rothschild. Turn right (north) at the bottom of the ramp onto Bus 51.
Coming from the South: Take I39 North to Exit 185. Sign says Business 51, Schofield, Rothschild. Turn right (north) at the bottom of the ramp onto Bus 51.
Coming from the West: Take Hwy 29 East to the Wausau Area. Stay on Hwy 29 as it merges onto I39/Hwy 51 South. Take the Hwy 29 East bypass for Green Bay. Once on Hwy 29 East, take the next exit, Exit 171 (Business Hwy 51). Sign says Business 51, Schofield, Rothschild. Turn right (north) at the bottom of the ramp onto Bus 51.
Coming from the East: Take Hwy 29 West to the Business Hwy 51 exit. Exit 171 (Business Hwy 51). Sign says Business 51, Schofield, Rothschild. Turn right (north) at the bottom of the ramp onto Bus 51.
Once off the highway: Continue straight on Business 51. It will turn into Metro Drive once you cross Schofield Avenue. (You’ll see the Log Cabin Restaurant on your left.) The next intersection with a stop sign is Ross Avenue. Refer to the above map to find the facility you are visiting.
Nestled along the scenic Kentucky River Valley, among the rolling hills of the fabled Bluegrass region, rests the state capital of Kentucky. Located between Louisville and Lexington, historic Frankfort prides itself on maintaining the charm and beauty of a southern town. Home to many state government agencies, the area also enjoys the commerce of major manufacturing firms, Kentucky State University, and many locally owned enterprises.
Greenheck dampers manufactured in Frankfort include fire and ceiling radiation dampers, smoke dampers, combination fire/smoke dampers, control dampers and backdraft dampers. The louver products include extruded aluminum louvers, fabricated louvers, combination louver/dampers and penthouses.
Located in North Central California along the Sacramento River and American River lies Sacramento, the state capital of California. Initially settled in 1839, Sacramento experience a population explosion when gold was discovered in 1848. Today, the descendants of these Gold Rush immigrants drive a broad spectrum of businesses and industries. They enjoy one of the most productive agricultural areas in the world, and their diverse ethnic backgrounds enrich the city's lively cultural scene.
Greenheck damper products manufactured in Sacramento include fire dampers, smoke dampers, combination fire/smoke dampers, control dampers and backdraft dampers. The louver products include extruded aluminum louvers, fabricated louvers, combination louver/dampers and penthouses
From Sacramento to Rocklin:
- I-80 East to Highway 65 North
- Highway 65 North to Sunset Boulevard
- Sunset Boulevard West to Industrial Avenue
- Industrial Avenue North to Cyber Court
- Cyber Court East to Facility
Kings Mountain, North Carolina
Kings Mountain, North Carolina is located in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, in an area known as the Piedmont of North Carolina. Ideally located between Greenville, SC and Charlotte, NC. The county is home to comfortable climates, top-notch educational institutions and healthcare facilities, recreational opportunities, along with southern hospitality. You will also find a wide variety of manufacturers as well as some specialized textile companies.
Greenheck products manufactured in Kings Mountain consists of commercial kitchen hoods for restaurants, schools and government projects to list a few.
In 2003 Greenheck opened their first manufacturing facility outside the United States in Kunshan, China. Conveniently located in Eastern China between Shanghai and Suzhou, this facility manufactures products that meet the needs or the Asia Pacific, Middle East, and India customers. In 2007 Greenheck expanded their manufacturing operation into a new 110,000 square foot facility in the same city.
Products manufactured at this location include fire dampers, smoke dampers, combination fire/smoke dampers, control dampers, single width centrifugal fans, double width centrifugal fans, axial fans, sidewall propeller fans, hybrid fans and parking garage jet fans.
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