• The A. O. Smith Foundation awarded a five-year grant to The Medical College of Wisconsin Cardiovascular Center, which will support the creation of the A. O. Smith Fellowship Scholars Program.
  • A. O. Smith has a long history of bringing on young engineers and training them through their co-op program. This history dates back to the 1950’s and has seen college-age engineers work their way up the ladder, even all the way to the executive level.
  • Water heaters end up in all sorts of wacky places. They may be installed in a garage in Las Vegas, where summertime temperatures can get as high as 140 degrees (F). They may be used on a ranch in Alberta, where the water in winter enters the house at a frigid 40 degrees. But no matter where the water heater is installed, the customer has one expectation: that it will work reliably, day after day.
  • Martha Rose got the idea for her City Cabins concept while she was recuperating from a broken wrist. A City Cabin would be a “deep green,” high-performance home designed to be energy efficient with as low an impact on the environment as possible.

Welcome to A. O. Smith Corporation

Everybody loves a hot shower. We all appreciate the convenience of clean clothes and dishes. And what can be more enjoyable than a relaxing dip in a hot tub or whirlpool? There's nothing like hot water, and one company has been delivering the world's hot water for more than 70 years...A. O. Smith. But today's A. O. Smith is about more than hot water. We recently entered the water purification industry to deliver clean water to consumers in China and other fast-growing parts of the world. It's all about water, and A. O. Smith has a singular focus on becoming a global leader in water technology.

A. O. Smith participating in water, manufacturing initiative

CEO Ajita Rajendra and Chief Technology Officer Dr. Robert Heideman will participate in the first meeting of the national water and manufacturing sector study Feb. 15-16 at Marquette University.

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