Midwest HVAC News
DSG has broken ground for a
new facility in Eau Claire, Wisconsin.
Supply Group (DSG), a leading distributor of innovative
products and services, proudly celebrated the groundbreaking
ceremony for its new facility in Eau Claire, Wisconsin, on May
16, 2023. This momentous occasion signifies the commencement of
construction and introduces DSG's fifth location in Wisconsin,
reinforcing its commitment to exceptional service in the region.
The facility is scheduled to open in the Fall of 2023.
Situated at 3413 Truax Court, Eau Claire, the new
30,000-square-foot facility boasts a strategic location with
convenient access from Hwy 312/North Crossing and Hwy 12/North
Clairemont Ave, with plans to open in the Fall of 2023.
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DSG has been serving customers in Eau Claire for several years,
and establishing this new facility is a significant step towards
providing a world-class customer experience in this vital
market. The expanded range of services will cater to electrical,
plumbing, on-site sewer, water, and well needs, as well as HVAC,
and telecommunications requirements in the area's growing
The groundbreaking ceremony was attended by esteemed guests,
including Luke Hanson, Executive Director of the Eau Claire Area
Economic Development Corporation; Mark Lewis Dylan Schmidt from
General Contractor CFBSI; Bill Johnson, Developer from Choice
Commercial; David Minor, President & CEO and Kaylynn Winegar of
the Eau Claire Area Chamber of Commerce; Christina Thrun,
Executive Officer of the Chippewa Valley Home Builders
Association, along with DSG's executive and regional leadership
"We are thrilled to expand our presence in the Eau Claire area
with the introduction of this new facility. By enhancing our
accessibility for Eau Claire customers, we aim to elevate our
commitment to exceptional service further," said Paul Kennedy,
President and CEO of DSG. "The Eau Claire area is experiencing
remarkable growth, and we are delighted to support this
development while upholding DSG's dedication to excellence."