As we celebrate our 70th year in business at HMI, many have given and received from the community of employees known through the years as Hurckman Mechanical. Frank Hurckman started the business from skills learned in a lifetime of professional development within the sheet metal industry. What grew from his honest work ethic was the thriving and growing Hurckman Mechanical Industries Inc. you see today. Founded on honesty, we embrace our operating principle of “no empty promises.”

What began as a simple family business has grown into a technically superior group of associates offering commissioning, test and balance, customer support, and mechanical services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We’re proud to say no other contracting company offers this seamless ability. We’re known for our service and “one-stop” source for Commercial and Industrial HVAC, Process Piping, Plumbing, and Insulation.

Our original office was located in our home at 217 Oxford St (1953-1967), and the shop was located at 154 North Pearl St. Once called Hurckman Metal & Roofing, in 1967 our name was changed to Hurckman Metal Incorporated and was located at 1222 Windford Ave (1967-1971).

Franklin Benjamin Hurckman retired in 1972 and John Franklin Hurckman took the helm of HMI. Once again a move to 1441 Donald St. (1974-Present) was necessary due to the growth & success of the company. In 1983 the name changed to Hurckman Mechanical Industries Incorporated when the Lindsley Plumbing and Heating Company was acquired. Eventually, we also added the Carrier dealership of Hurckman Heating and Cooling and the TAC dealership of ConTech Network, divisions of HMI. In 1994 Hurckman Mechanical Industries’ corporate office moved to 1450 Velp Ave and remains at this location today. In 2005 our family business began the transition into a third generation with Brad Franklin Hurckman taking over as president. HMI will continue to serve the Green Bay and surrounding communities with excellence.

At HMI we say a hearty “thank you” to Franklin Benjamin Hurckman, Ann Florence Hurckman, and everyone who has been involved with HMI through the years.