Rohde Brothers, Inc.
Mechanical Contractors and Engineers Since 1911
Our people are our most important asset.
From our founding in 1911, Rohde has grown to become one of Wisconsin’s top mechanical contractors. Talented employees have continuously fueled this growth. With our staff of licensed professional engineers, experienced project managers, designers, HVAC service technicians, and skilled tradesmen, we are able to service all of your needs from design to completion and anything in between.
We provide a single point of accountability and communication, from first plans to the finished project. We offer creativity and reliability, along with a professional commitment to excellence and above all, exceptional value.
Under our fourth generation of family ownership, Rohde provides award-winning mechanical construction and services to building owners, general contractors, developers, and construction managers.
Rohde Brothers History
HVAC Design Engineer
The HVAC Design Engineer works directly with clients to design new or replacement heating, cooling, and refrigeration systems specific to customer needs and building specifications. Analyzing those needs, developing, and proposing recommended HVAC and related design solutions will also be required.
HVAC Controls Tech
This role is responsible for design, installation, startup, and maintenance of systems used to monitor and control HVAC equipment, mechanical processes, electrical systems, and machinery. The HVAC Controls Tech ensures the designs are implemented to meet stringent quality and safety standards.
HVAC Service Tech - Entry Level
The HVAC Service Technician and perform Industrial HVAC Service Technician Duties. This position serves customers by installing and servicing HVAC and Hydronic & Forced Air systems. The HVAC Service Tech also serves existing accounts by analyzing work orders, investigating complaints, conducting tests, and resolving problems.
Sheet Metal Pre-Apprentice
The Sheet Metal Pre-Apprentice fabricates, assembles, installs, and repairs sheet metal products and equipment. Work may involve: setting up and operating fabricating machines to bend, cut, and straighten sheet metal; shaping metal over anvils, locks or forms; or inspecting, assembling, and smoothing seams and joints of burred surfaces.