Tennessee is a pro-business state – Governor Bill Lee

Greenheck Group will construct its fourth corporate campus with Knoxville as the newest location.

“Tennessee is a pro-business state, and we invest in our workforce so that companies like Greenheck Group have a surplus of skilled workers. I welcome Greenheck Group to Tennessee and thank this company for creating hundreds of jobs for the families across the Greater Knoxville region,” said Governor Bill Lee.

Greenheck Group will create 440 new jobs and invest $300 million in Knox County initially with room for future growth. The corporate campus will include manufacturing and warehousing facilities as well as a main office and dedicated space for training and research and development.

“Knoxville’s innovative spirit aligns with the values our founders, the Greenheck brothers, established more than 75 years ago. Our investment in this new campus supports our unwavering commitment to our customers, our team members and the communities in which we are blessed to be part of. We couldn’t be more excited to become part of the vibrant Knoxville community, which provides not only strategic proximity to our customers, but also talented people, outstanding community partners and a welcoming culture.” – Greenheck Group CEO Rich Totzke.

Greenheck Group is one of Wisconsin’s largest privately owned manufacturers. The company specializes in manufacturing industrial ventilation equipment, which can be found in schools, malls, office spaces and industrial plants. Today, Greenheck Group employs more than 5,000 people across its operations in the U.S., Mexico and India.

“I am thrilled to welcome Greenheck Group to Knox County. This type of economic growth not only creates new jobs but will also boost our overall prosperity. As excited as we are when a company joins our community, it becomes all the more important when that company is out to do more than simply operate a business. Greenheck Group is seeking to become a citizen of our community by enriching the area it is in and driving positive outcomes for everyone involved,” said Knox County Mayor Glenn Jacobs.

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