Greenheck Group Producing Essential Air Movement Equipment to Support Healthcare During COVID-19 Pandemic

July 29, 2020

As multiple state and government agencies have limited travel and ordered people to shelter in their place of residence, essential businesses like Greenheck Group are addressing new challenges resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic. Greenheck Group, a leader in the engineering and manufacture of HVAC equipment and headquartered in Schofield, WI, continues to support ongoing building construction around the world, especially in needed industries such as healthcare and digital infrastructure. 

Greenheck Group manufactures a wide variety of commercial air movement, control, and conditioning equipment, including ventilation, exhaust, and damper products that are necessary to create safe environments for healthcare workers and patients in hospitals, surgical suites, laboratories, and senior care centers. Hospitals across the U.S. are asking contractors to build more patient isolation rooms and testing facilities to accommodate the increasing number of COVID-19 patients.

Urgent orders for Greenheck Group products have been received from around the country, and the company responded quickly. To keep team members, families and communities safe at all its manufacturing facilities, Greenheck Group has implemented a comprehensive set of social distancing, workplace hygiene, and illness response protocols. Greenheck Group also formed a COVID-19 Response

In addition, Greenheck Group expanded its existing absence policies by creating the “Emergency Absence System” (EAS). A support line was launched, and team members were given the ability to stay home without fear of it hurting their employment status.  For more information, visit

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