Inpro Corporation announced a CEO transition will take place in April with the retirement of Phil Ziegler after a 26-year career with the company.
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The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR) has chosen Inpro as a 2021 Recycling Excellence Award winner.
Inpro announced a transition in the Chief Operating Officer position will take place on December 31, 2021, with the planned retirement of Glenn Kennedy after a 23-year career at the Muskego company.
The Waukesha County Business Alliance (WCBA) has announced Inpro is the Business of the Year for 2021 in the Large Business category of firms with 250 employees or more.
Addition of automated window shade technology expands Inpro’s capabilities in serving commercial buildings of all types.
Inpro earns the 2021 Top Workplaces USA award, issued by Energage, a purpose-driven organization that develops solutions to build and brand Top Workplaces.
New wall cladding system targets labs, pharma production, clean rooms and commercial food prep.
Inpro Corporation has signed a new contract with the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources to elevate the company to Tier 2 status in the agency’s Green Tier program. The new contract follows a solid six years of performance at the Tier 1 level.
Inpro Corporation has been granted a Fitwel® building certification, the first company in Wisconsin to receive the designation. The Muskego, Wis. based company achieved a Fitwel 1-star rating with a score of 90 points across 7 health-impact categories.
Inpro has launched its new 1000BH Ligature-Resistant Handrail, and it is currently the only handrail to receive approval from the New York State Office of Mental Health (NYSOMH) for behavioral health applications. In addition, the new handrail just received a 2019 Nightingale Silver Award for Clinical Architectural Products.