If you are looking for a Mechanical Contractor to provide your business sustainable solutions for its HVAC Systems, look no further. Crockett Facilities Services can provide you sustainable solutions for your HVAC Systems.
On Tuesday March 13,2012 Crockett Facilities Services (CFSI) earned the Mechanical Service Contractors of America( MSCA) GreenStar National Designation for Environmental Excellence, joining an elite group of mechanical contractors.
CFSI earned this prestigious award because it is a leading provider of building operations and maintenance, mechanical contracting and HVAC services for government and commercial clients alike.
The MSCA GreenStar designation is a very exclusive reward given to less than 1% of HVACR contractors. Only contractors that have clearly demonstrated environmental responsibility and a commitment to energy-saving practices have the opportunity to qualify.
The reward is so prestigious because MSCA is the nation’s leading trade association for air conditioning, heating, and refrigeration contractors. There are over 1,400 members across the United States and Canada.
The following criteria CFSI had to meet to qualify for the MSCA GreenSTAR award:
-Must be a MSCA STAR contractor.
-Must employ at least one LEED® Accredited Professional.
-Must be a member of the U.S Green Building Council.
-Must have a minimum of 25% of total employees that have completed green training or education programs.
-Must offer sustainable services and recommend green procedures and equipment.
-Must obtain LEED certification, of any type, for a building, or develop an internal “green policy”.
-Participate as part of a project team with a LEED EB LEED NC registered project within the past three years.
The Reason CFSI Can Provide Sustainable Solutions For HVAC Systems
As an MSCA GreenSTAR, Crockett Facilities Services has the skills and expertise necessary to deliver energy-efficient, cost-effective indoor environmental solutions to commercial building owners and property managers.Energy costs represent the largest single operating expense for buildings, accounting for more than 35% of all controllable operating costs. CSFI implements green technologies and preventive maintenance to significantly lower your operating expenses.
CSFI also help your heating and cooling equipment run more efficient and maximize comfort for all occupants in your building.
About Crockett Facilities Services, Inc.
Crockett Facilities Services, Inc. (CFSI), a woman-owned, MDOT MBE contractor, delivers building operations and maintenance, mechanical contracting, heating and air conditioning services to commercial and government clients. CFSI’s Mechanical Service Contractors of America (MSCA) STAR and GreenSTAR certified technicians maximize operational efficiency and ensure continuous systems operations, helping building owners and property managers control capital expenditures and reduce energy consumption. CFSI President Cynthia Crockett recently received the 2012 Minority Business Leader Award from the Washington Business Journal and was named a Smart100 member by Baltimore SmartCEO magazine in 2011. Listed as a top 10 mechanical contractor in the Washington Business Journal and certified by WBENC and MD/DC MSDC, CFSI’s awards include the Blue Ribbon, Small Business Award from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and the Small Business Contractor of the Year from the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service.
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