On the Move – Business

Posted on May 1, 2016 :: People and Business on the Move
Andrew Schaick
Posted by , Insight on Business Staff Writer

Dental Health Products, Inc., of New Franken announced a partnership with Seiler Microscopes, a Missouri-based healthcare supplier. The partnership will give more surgical supply options to dental professionals across the U.S.

U.S. Gain, a division of U.S. Venture, Inc., partnered with Corridor Clean Fuels to co-brand the existing CCF station located in Dothan, Ala.

Omni Glass & Paint, Inc.’s glass division will install aluminum storefronts, curtain wall, doors and aluminum windows as part of the $6.7 million, three-story addition at Madison County Day School in Waunakee. Omni’s glass division will also be part of the renovation at the YMCA in downtown Green Bay, including repairs to the façade and infrastructure as well as renovations to the equipment and program facilities. The $12 million project is expected to be complete by spring 2017.

Faith Technologies is partnering with Manhattan Redstone, a joint venture between Manhattan Construction Group and RedStone Construction, to complete the River Spirit Casino Resort in Tulsa, Okla. Faith Technologies’ scope of work includes LED lighting in public areas and the installation of fire alarm systems, security, public address and access control systems.

The Wisconsin Housing and Economic Development Authority assisted the expansion of Nueske’s Applewood Smoked Meats in Wittenberg with $11.5 million in New Markets Tax Credits and $2 million in a participation loan for the 110,000 square-foot project, expected to create 66 new jobs.

Keller Inc., Planners, Architects and Builders renovated the Genesis Club in Appleton by demolishing an existing concrete stair entrance and replacing it with a wood structure with composite decking. Keller is also renovating Moto Mart’s interior at 303 W. Main St., Little Chute. The renovation completes the transition to the Moto Mart brand.

First Bank Financial Centre opened a mortgage lending office in Appleton.

Jagemann Sporting Group added Black Hills Shooters Supply as a distributor of OEM Jagemann Brass.

ThedaCare expanded the SANE (Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner) program at ThedaCare Regional Medical Center-Appleton to offer more comprehensive coverage for victims.

Appleton Medical Center has become ThedaCare Regional Medical Center. The new name is part of an organization-wide rebranding effort that was announced two years ago so all locations throughout Wisconsin are identified with the
same name.

Hoffman Planning, Design & Construction, Inc., is helping expand The Renaissance Center in Oshkosh with the renovation of a 1,400 square-foot second floor space that will add three new procedure rooms and an office.

YWCA Child Care and Learning Center in Green Bay earned accreditation from the National Association for the Education of Young Children.

NeighborWorks Green Bay expanded its homebuyer education and counseling services to include additional sessions of its in-house homebuyer education workshops,
as well as more intensively marketing services in underserved areas of Wisconsin.

Stellar Blue Technologies of Neenah launched new websites for The Community First Fox Cities Marathon event and Applied Technologies, which is based out of Brookfield.

The Water-Right Group launched its new corporate website, water-rightgroup.com.

Cineviz was honored with two Silver ADDY Awards for creative excellence by The American Advertising Federation and the local Fox River Ad Club. Cineviz was recognized in the category of Animation and Special Effects for its Amerex Cobra Restaurant System Animation and in the category of Public Service Campaigns for its Brillion STEM Center Campaign.

JCPenney at Fox River Mall in Appleton received the company’s Founder’s Award, the company’s highest distinction of excellence, recognizing it met or exceeded all performance goals.

Bemis Company, Inc., was recognized by the Flexible Packaging Association with the Highest Achievement Award for the Campbell’s Ready Meals pouch.

Marco was named the winner of two 2016 Perfect Image Awards by ImageSource magazine in the categories of Dealer of the Year and Outstanding Leadership in Customer Engagement.

Agnesian Wound Care was recognized by Healogics with a Center of Distinction Award for its care and customer service. Agnesian achieved clinical outcomes, including patient satisfaction higher than 92 percent and a minimum wound healing rate of at least 91 percent within 30 median days, for 12 consecutive months.

St. Norbert College’s Kress Inn Hotel was the recipient of the 2016 Gold Hospitality award from Choice Hotels International, Inc., franchisor of the Ascent Collection brand.

Great Northern Instore received four awards, including one gold, in POPAI’s Outstanding Merchandising Achievement Awards Competition. The Gold Award was given in the Supermarket Temporary Display category. Great Northern won a silver award in the same category and two bronze awards in the Books, Stationery and Office Supplies category.

Expera Specialty Solutions received the 2016 Focus on Energy Excellence in Energy Efficiency award for its commitment to energy efficiency practice.

Aurora BayCare Medical Center was named a Blue Distinction Center from Blue Cross and Blue Shield for superior quality standards in all judged categories, including maternity, cardiac, hip and knee and bariatric surgery.

OEC Graphics was awarded an FPA gold award for its contribution to the Lay’s Summer Days promotion from PepsiCo’s Frito-Lay division.

Glacier Dental in Oshkosh will be expanding its current facility by adding a 900-square-foot addition at 1720 Congress Avenue. Three additional patient rooms will ensure more efficient and timely patient care and will allow Glacier Dental to serve more people.

Holy Family Memorial launched Transcend, an experienced team that provides customized employer and occupational health solutions to keep employers financially strong and communities healthy. Known as Work Health Options, Transcend provides employers with a range of employer and occupational health services including health and wellness centers, onsite nursing and other
onsite services.

The Joint Commission awarded HSHS St. Nicholas Hospital in Sheboygan the Gold Seal of Approval for Orthopedic Joint Replacement, a mark of excellence shared by less than 8 percent of hospitals in the nation.

Faith Technologies was named the national first-place recipient of the Associated General Contractors of America’s Construction Safety Excellence Award in the specialty contractor division. Faith was one of 52 finalists to be recognized for its company management commitment, active employee participation, safety training, worksite hazard identification and control and safety program innovation.

Therma-Tron-X, Inc., won the Door County Industry of the Year Award. The award recognizes a local construction, service or manufacturing business that has made a substantial impact on the community and enjoyed significant accomplishments during the past year.

Wisconsin Lift Truck will be partnering with Ariens Company to provide Jervis B. Webb Company’s Smart Cart Automotive Guided Cart assembly system. The Smart Cart AGC assembly system, which is integrated with Ariens Company’s production assembly equipment, has increased production of Ariens IKONX/Gravely ZTX riding mowers by 64 percent. With this upgrade, Ariens Company will have seven assembly stations that provide a stable and accurate production flow coupled with real-time productivity tracking.

The Fox Cities Chamber announced the recipients for its annual Business Awards, which recognize businesses and organizations within the Fox Cities that help make it an innovative and dynamic community: Business of the year: Manufacturing Category – Amerequip; Wholesale/Retail Category – Good Company Restaurant Group; Service Category, Large Employer – Miron Construction Co., Inc.; Service Category; Small Employer – Weidert Group; Company Innovation: Large Employer – Crane Engineering; Small Employer – BConnected, LLC; Corporate Citizen or Corporate Leadership: Large Employer – SECURA Insurance; Small Employer – Old Glory Honor Flight; Exemplary Marketing and/or Performance: Large Employer – Tundraland; Small Employer – A-Mazing Events; Rising Star: Candeo Creative. The awards will be presented at the 2016 Business Awards Luncheon on May 12 at the Radisson Paper Valley Hotel.

Ripon Printers won 17, 2016 Graphics Excellence Awards. The competition recognizes superb craftsmanship including registration, crossovers, clarity and neatness, sharpness of halftones and line drawings, richness and tonal qualities of color, paper and ink selection, ink coverage, difficulty of printing, effective contrast or softness, finishing, bindery and overall visual impact. 

Two Miron Construction Co., Inc.projects will be recognized by the Daily Reporter, a statewide construction newspaper that honors outstanding Wisconsin Construction projects as Top Projects in Wisconsin. The two projects being recognized are: Fox Valley Hematology & Oncology in Appleton and Dane County Regional Airport Parking Expansion in Madison.

Northern Electric, Inc., was awarded the 2015 Associated Builders and Contractors Gold Award for Safety. To be eligible for this award, a company must have a total recordable incident rate of at least the NAICS code average for three years, submit its official U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Form 300A on work-related injuries and illnesses for review and achieve a specific Safety Training Evaluation Program (STEP) score.

The Blind Horse Winery became a partner and official wine provider for Road America. The Blind Horse wines, produced from Napa Valley grapes in Kohler, will be the preferred wines sold and poured at America’s National Park of Speed.

The Association of Fundraising Professionals Northeast Wisconsin Chapter was named as a 2015 Ten Star Chapter by the AFP. Chapters receive the award for performing specific activities designed to increase professionalism within fundraising and public awareness of the importance of philanthropy.

IEI General Contractors, Inc. of De Pere launched a $1 million remodeling project for the Brillion School District that will create a dedicated facility for its elementary school STEM program. The project calls for remodeling an existing multi-purpose room in Brillion Elementary School into the STEM learning lab.

The Port of Green Bay received the Robert J. Lewis Pacesetter Award for an increase in international tonnage during the 2015 shipping season. The award was issued by St. Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation and is the port’s 12th Pacesetter award in recognition of increases in international cargo.

McMAHON was recognized for its role in providing engineering services for the new 11.75 million gallon Central Water Storage Facility in the Town of Ledgeview. The project received the 2015 Concrete Design Award from the Wisconsin Ready Mixed Concrete Association in the Municipal Facility Category. McMAHON was also recognized for its role in providing architectural services for the new Fox Valley Hematology & Oncology facility in Appleton. The project has been chosen as one of the 2015 Top Projects by The Daily Reporter.

Stainless Machining Technologies and Keller Inc. broke ground on a new, 12,000-square-foot manufacturing facility. Construction is expected to be complete this summer.

Keller Planners, Architects and Builders will design and build a 4,000-square-foot retail store for Terry Naturally. The new store will be located at 2490 Lineville Road in Suamico.

First Bank Financial Centre donated $2,500 to the Sprocket Rocket’s first annual beer and wine tasting fundraiser, Reds Wines and Brews. The bank also donated $5,000 to Mel’s Charities for their Slow–Pitch Classic and Music Festival.