February 26, 2015

Paul Christensen appeared on Madison’s Channel 3 News to provide an opposing opinion on Right to Work in Wisconsin.

http://m.channel3000.com/politics/Two-sides-of-business-world-react-to-right-to-work-bill/31486446

February 25, 2015

Watch the CEO of H & H Industries, Paul Christensen, as he gives comments to the Wisconsin State Senate committee on Labor and Government Reform about the proposed “Right to Work” law.

You can find Paul’s comments at 4:07:30.  You may need to allow the “Silverlight” plugin to watch the video.

http://www.wiseye.org/videoplayer/vp.html?sid=12388

November 18, 2014

The Daily Reporter did a nice article on H & H’s very own plumbing apprentice, Christina Breitlow, who is working on the Amazon job in Kenosha.  Check out the article: http://www.hhindustries.com/upload/media/OnTheLevel_Christina%20Breitlow.pdf

May 6, 2014

H & H is proud to announce that three of our Plumbing Apprentices have completed their apprenticeship program and requirements and are now Journeymen! Congratulations to Brett Hinchley, Tim Porter, and Mike Vick. Congratulations to all of our apprentices for their hard work and dedication to their trades and for passing all of their requirements while working and doing such a fantastic job!

If you see Brett, Tim, or Mike please remember to say congratulations for all of their hard work and achievements at school and here at H&H Industries.

April 24, 2014

 

H & H INDUSTRIES, INC. INVITES YOUTHS FOR BRING YOUR DAUGHTERS AND SONS TO WORK DAY

 

 

Madison, WI – Locally owned H & H Industries, Inc. proudly participated in its inaugural Bring Your Daughters and Sons to Work Day on April 24, 2014.

                    

The theme this year was “Plant a Seed, Grow a Future”. The children were invited to come into the office and learn what happens at a mechanical contractor’s office. “Kids are our future and for their education we should offer them many options and opportunities. And what child doesn’t want to come to work with their parent?” states Mark Reed, H & H Industries Operations Manager.

Giving Children Perspective into the Construction World

With so many youths participating, they were able to explore a variety of careers at H & H. “HHI has been really supportive of the program and this year’s theme, ‘Plant a Seed, Grow a Future’. There are many different opportunities and careers at H & H Industries alone” said Marcy Provost, H & H Field Personnel & Safety Assistant. “H & H offers a plethora of jobs, from the skilled trades to engineers to office support staff to project management” her children Bethany age 5 and Joshua age 7 participated in this year’s program.

The outlook on construction has drastically changed over the years and we are seeing an increase in construction but a decrease in youth getting in the construction industry. H & H is affiliated with multiple organizations, such as Local Unions, MSC-Mechanical and Sheetmetal Contractors, MCAA Mechanical Contractors Association of America, MAPC-Mechanical and Plumbing Contractors, AGC- Americas General Contractors, and more that have been reaching out to students and veterans in Dane County and introducing them to mechanical contracting. Students and veterans are introduced to trades such as sheet metal, steam fitting, and plumbing. These are great specialty trades to work in that allow hands-on work and can come with great compensation packages.

By introducing children to these opportunities at a young age, it lets them know that there are many options in life after high school. Paul Christensen, Owner and CEO of H & H supports the Bring Your Children to Work event because as a parent he wants to instill in his children H & H’s core values such as hard work, responsibility, and discipline. He brought his son Taylor, age 7, to work to show him the importance of these values and what it takes to achieve your goals. Paul poses this question to parents, “Do you see the importance of your child’s future?”

For additional information, contact: Janina Kirksey, Office Manager Assistant, info@hhindustries.com, 608-273-3434.

October 19, 2013

As many of you know, HHI has participated in the community program, HEATS ON for the past 25 years. Last Saturday, HHI alone contributed 8 steam-fitters and 4 vehicles to help the Madison area elderly and low income families in need of heating assistance getting their homes ready for the winter season. A BIG thank you to Paul and Jim Christensen in continuing to provide the much needed supplies, trucks, and services, as well as a HUGE thank you to our Steam-fitters who volunteered time away from their own families to help other families in need. THANK YOU: to Matt Anderson, Preston Bethel, Conor Kuzdus, Rick Maahs, Ben Redalen, Sam Redalen, Patrick Ritchie, and Fred Schweitzer, who is still home recovering from knee surgery. We want all of you to know how much your time and expertise is appreciated by MCAA, Steamfitters Local Union #601, the families in our community and everyone here at H&H Industries. All of our employees make us a strong company by the excellent work they do on the job, the pride they take in doing a job right, and the service they give back to the community. We are proud to be a supporter of the program and proud our employees offer their support and time to make the program a success.

October 3, 2013

H&H Industries is proud to announce that it will be awarded a contract with CD Smith Construction Inc. for the Mechanical construction work at the Waukesha WWTP. The Waukesha WWTP will be undergoing extensive modifications over the next 2 years. H&H is proud to be partnered with CD Smith Construction on H&H’s largest WWTP project to date. Under the guidance and leadership of the CD Smith project delivery team H&H has successfully completed multiple WWTP reconstruction projects in the past.

Major upgrade items at the Waukesha WWTP include the Digester Complex, Administration building, Aeration Blower System, Grit removal Equipment, as well as HVAC and Process valve upgrades throughout the site. Also incorporated into the project will be an EGG shaped digester, and Membrane digester gas holding cover, which are relatively new technologies in the United States.

H&H would like to thank all of its subcontractors and vendors for assisting in its award of this contract.

Septemter 25, 2013

We would like to announce this month another of our dedicated apprentices has completed all of the requirements and become a Journeyman. John Wollet, one of our Plumbers working on the MATC project became a Journeyman this month. Please remember to congratulate John for all of his hard work and for his achievement in becoming a Plumber Journeyman. Congratulations to John Wollet!

August 16, 2013

We are happy to announce to everyone we now have four of our fifth year members become Journeymen. Wyatt Van Alstine and Matt Anderson, two of our Fifth year Steamfitters have completed all requirements and hours to become Journeymen . Shane Larson and Matt Koresh, two of our Fifth year Sheet Metal apprentices have completed all requirements and hours to become Journeymen. Congratulations to all four of our dedicated and hardworking employees for completing the work requirements while doing a fantastic job here at H&H. Let’s all give them a congratulations when we see them, and thank you to all of our H&H employees working hard as pre-apprentices and apprentices moving up through the schooling and requirements needed to move up the ranks.

 

August 1, 2013

The New President

BRADY FARRELL BECOMES NEW H & H INDUSTRIES, INC. PRESIDENT

Madison, WI – Locally owned H & H Industries, Inc. announced that effective August 1, 2013 Brady Farrell will become the new acting President.

“We are proud of Brady and his accomplishments at H & H and have total confidence that he will continue our heritage of quality, fairness, and integrity for years to come,” states Mike Christensen H & H President of 15 years. After serving as the Executive Vice President for over ten years Brady’s transition to President will be seamless.

Bringing Over 25 Years of Experience to Madison HVAC and Plumbing

Brady is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin Mechanical Engineering School. He has been with H & H Industries for over 20 years and has served as President of the Madison Area Mechanical Contractors Association and the Sheet Metal and Air Conditioning Contractors Associations of WI. He led the Aldo Leopold Center project in Baraboo, Wisconsin that achieved the highest point total recorded with the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) rating system. The foundation has the first “net zero energy” building in Wisconsin and the first carbon-neutral building certified by LEED.

Our customers and vendors will be pleased to learn Brady’s promotion to President because of his continued devotion to excellence in all fields at H & H Industries. Brady is a natural leader and innovator in the HVAC and Plumbing industry. He is already working on transforming H & H Industries into a paperless working environment.