Greenheck was awarded second place in the 2014 Wisconsin Society of Professional Engineers New Product Competition.

 The company was May 28 recognized in the large-company category for its variable-geometry nozzle used on laboratory exhaust systems. The company says this product is sustainable, saves energy and ensures that laboratory exhaust fumes are safely discharged away from the roof deck at a constant velocity. The variable-geometry nozzle can be used on a wide variety of laboratory exhaust applications for isolation rooms; hospitals; high school and university, forensic, pharmaceutical, biotech and general research laboratories, officials say.