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Tulsa Welcomes Greenheck Group



FUTURE CAMPUS: The Greenheck Group’s northeast Tulsa campus will open next year with facilities for the manufacturing operations and distribution of its Accurex brand of commercial kitchen ventilation systems and its Tempered Air Products (TAP) line.


Greenheck Group, a Wisconsin-based manufacturer of air movement, control and conditioning equipment, has announced that it will build a campus in Tulsa.

The company plans to break ground later this year and open its campus in summer 2018. It will be located at the Tulsa Raceway Park, 3101 N. Garnett Rd.

This facility will include manufacturing operations and distribution for Greenheck Group’s Accurex brand of commercial kitchen ventilation systems.

The company’s second facility is expected to open in fall 2018 and will include manufacturing operations and distribution of the Greenheck Tempered Air Products (TAP) line.

Initial plans call for the hiring of approximately 75 employees during the first year of operations, with Greenheck Group significantly growing its Tulsa-area presence in the coming years.

The company envisions that additional facilities to support other Greenheck Group brands and product lines will establish a Tulsa presence as growth needs dictate.

“Tulsa is the ideal location for our new Greenheck Group campus,” says Jim McIntyre, CEO of Greenheck Group. “The central location, the robust and growing business sector, and access to a smart, talented workforce were all key factors in our decision.”

The Tulsa Regional Chamber played a significant role in encouraging the Greenheck Group to locate in the area.

The chamber initially engaged with the Greenheck Group in February, assisting the company to coordinate a site visit to northeast Oklahoma. Chamber staff worked with the company for several months in order to finalize project details, including real estate and site selection, workforce needs, engineering, and infrastructure.

Additionally, the chamber facilitated introductions between Greenheck Group leadership and existing northeast Oklahoma companies that could offer a firsthand perspective on the region’s business climate.

Greenheck Group’s flagship ventilation products are used in hospitals, office buildings, hotels, shopping malls, restaurants, schools, industrial plants and other commercial buildings. Its product portfolio includes architectural louvers and sunshades, specialized air-handling systems, heating and cooling coils, kitchen ventilation systems, and many related accessories and services. The company has manufacturing and assembly facilities in Wisconsin, California, Kentucky, Tennessee, Minnesota, North Carolina, Mexico, and India.

Updated 10-09-2017

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First Indiana IKEA store to open Wednesday – WNDU

FISHERS, Ind. (WNDU) The first IKEA in the Hoosier State is opening in two days, but people are already lining up.

They’re camping outside the soon-to-open store in Fishers because the first 45 customers in line get a free couch, and the next 100 people get a free chair

The first 2,500 people get a random envelope which could have a gift card, coupon or food voucher.

The new store is located at 11400 IKEA Way, Fishers, IN 46037. That’s just north of Indianapolis.

IKEA also has stores in Bolingbrook and Schaumburg, Illinois.

IKEA sells ready-to-assemble furniture, kitchen appliances and home accessories. Learn more at ikea.com/us/en

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Villeroy & Boch Expands Artesano Nature Series

Villeroy Boch will debut a new color, Gris, to its hand-painted dinnerware series Artesano Nature, at the upcoming New York Tabletop Market.

A balance between soft gray and bold charcoal created by the brush strokes, the Artesano Nature Gris dinnerware is said to suit both modern and traditional tastes. The design can also be matched with the white version, Artesano Original.

In addition, Artesano Nature glassware will be updated with the introduction of soft pastel stems, the company said.

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Designs by Dawn Open House Showcases Stunning Kitchens & More During Petoskey Area Home Tour

If every good party ends up in the kitchen, then the Northern Home Cottage Tour open house at the Designs by Dawn studio is off to a great start with two inside kitchens and an outdoor one to boot. Here are some of the details to seek out in these showcase kitchens that are sure to inspire your Northern Michigan dreams:

  • A four-foot-wide galley sink. Homeowners can choose custom accessories like prep bowls, cutting boards and more, that slide across.
  • The team will be demonstrating the benefits of the induction cooktop.
  • One end of the showroom is all about beverages … of course a wine fridge? Check! built-in keg with a tap? Check! Built-in coffee maker with the skills to do espresso, cappuccino and all things latte? Check!
  • A steam oven—for those of us doting on fresh local veggies, this is a promising feature!
  • Walls and boxes of drawer pull samples, counter top materials and more until one feels spoiled for choice.

While you’re investigating all the thoughtful touches, the Designs by Dawn team will be serving a Northern Home Cottage Tour favorite from their show homes in year’s past: pumpkin donuts, cookies and ample servings of American Spoon Food’s recipe for cherry peach pumpkin chili.

Take a peek inside the studio!

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Tesco puts the heat under Le Creuset cookware range as it launches selection of similar products that cost as little …

  • The supermarket giant’s ‘Go Cook’ range is very similar to Le Creuset’s products 
  • Tesco versions of the high quality pots and pans are as little as a 10th of the price
  • Expert says ‘If people can get 80% of Le Creuset for 30% of the price it’s a threat’

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Their top-of-the-range cookware can be found on tables of middle-class families across Britain.

But Le Creuset may be under threat – from none other than Tesco.

The supermarket has launched a selection of similar products as part of their ‘Go Cook’ range, including casserole dishes, saucepans and roasting trays – for as little as a tenth of the price.

One of Le Creuset’s signature items is a cast-iron round casserole dish, described as an ‘essential kitchen classic… ideal for a wide array of one-pot recipes’. 

Tesco is turning up the pressure on luxury French kitchen brand Le Creuset with its new ‘Go Cook’ range of similar pots and pans for a fraction of the price 

The 4.2litre version, which has two side handles, a stainless steel knob and comes in a range of colours, costs £199.

Tesco’s product – a 4.6litre dish also made of cast iron with side handles and a metal knob – is priced at just £45. 

Similarly, a Le Creuset 16cm anodised saucepan with lid, described as ‘central to any busy kitchen’, costs £125.

Tesco’s Go Cook 16cm anodised saucepan with lid, which has a number of similarities barring a smaller handle, comes in at £28 – less than a quarter of the price. 

It is not the first time the firm has come under threat from cheaper rivals. 

In 2010 a comparison test conducted by Which? revealed that £7 Asda saucepans scored higher on efficiency and ease of use. 

And last year retail experts warned that a surge in cheaper supermarket copycat cookware could damage the brand’s middle-class image. 

Clive Black, head of research at Shore Capital, said: ‘If people can get 80 per cent of Le Creuset for 30 per cent of the price that is clearly a threat.’ 

Le Creuset, established in France in 1925, ranks alongside Farrow Ball paint as middle-class ‘must-haves’. 

A graphic reveals how Tesco’s new kitchen range compares to its luxury rival Le Creuset

Its products boast a lifetime guarantee, and it has tried to target the mass markets by giving permission for products to be sold at discount by QVC, the shopping channel. 

Le Creuset has also launched a wide range of ‘small ticket’ items, such as egg cups, costing under £20.

A Tesco spokesman said: ‘We offer a complete range of exceptional quality, inspirational cookware within everyone’s reach.

‘Every item has been carefully crafted to be practical and durable, and to help you achieve the best results.’ 

Le Creuset was not available for comment yesterday.

Le Creuset, established in France in 1925, is a household name, with their pots (pictured) an essential in millions of homes across Europe 


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This renovated three-bedroom home in the Bacich School District enjoys an open floor plan with a full-length deck off the back of the main level. The kitchen boasts Viking, Bosch and KitchenAid appliances, as well as Caesarstone counters and maple cabinetry.

For more information, visit www.20cypress.

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Listing agent: Jeff Sterley, Pacific Union Real Estate, (415) 359-4871,


jeff.sterley@pacunion.com.

20 Cypress Ave., $1.385 million.

Beds: 3 Baths:Square footage: 1,790


Open home: 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday.

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