The Mechanical Contractors Association of North Central Wisconsin recently named its officers and board members for the year: Richard Bushey, Mechanical Technologies Inc., Green Bay, president; David Aldag, Aldag Honold Mechanical Inc., Sheboygan, vice president; Dean Reinke, Hurckman Mechanical Industries, Green Bay, secretary/treasurer; board members, Kimberly Bassett-Heitzmann, Bassett Mechanical, Kauakuna; James Beno, Beno Plumbing, Green Bay; Mark Eimmerman, August Winter & Sons Inc., Appleton; James Jarvis, J.F. Ahern Co., Fond du Lac; Joseph Lauer, EGI Mechanical, Seymour; Mark Loper, Azco Inc., Appleton; and Michael Sturdivant, Tweet/Garot Mechanical Inc., Green Bay.
The Wisconsin Fox Valley Sheet Metal Contractors Association Inc. named its officers: Roy Jacobsen, Great Lakes Mechanical, Greenville, president; Carven Blanck, Muza Sheet Metal Co., Oshkosh, vice president; Kim Bassett-Heitzmann, Bassett Mechnical Kaukauna, secretary-treasurer; and board members Brad Hurckman, Hurckman Mechanical Inc., Green Bay; Brad Baumgart, Baumgart Mechanical, Kaukauna.
TOWN OF MENASHA - Two projects by Miron Construction Co. were recently recognized by The Daily Reporter among its 2012 Top Projects. The Daily Reporter is a statewide construction newspaper. Awards were received for Langlade Hospital in Antigo and The Women's Community Inc. in Wausau.
Denis Ashauer of Greenville was named to the board of directors for the Wisconsin Parkinson Association. He is president and owner of Home Helpers.
Don Osterberg, senior vice president of safety and security at Schneider National in Green Bay, was selected as a committee member to the U.S. Department of Transportation's Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration. His term begins April 1.
ATLANTA - Jamie Braverman of Kimberly-Clark Corp. was presented the TAPPI NET Division 2013 Innovations in Nonwovens Award, sponsored by the Herty Advanced Materials Development Center. Braverman is program manager R&D within global nonwovens at Kimberly-Clark and is responsible for managing the development and commercialization of specialized nonwoven materials used in hygienic consumer products globally. He has more than 20 years' experience in research, development, manufacturing and commercialization of hygienic products based on innovating nonwoven materials in North America, Latin America, and global markets. Kimberly-Clark employs about 3,300 people throughout its Fox Cities operations.