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Crockett Facilities Services Graduates From 8(a) Program:Awarded For Energy Saving Practices

Crockett Facilities Services Reduces Energy Consumption For the Government and Commercial Sectors.

In March, Crockett Facilities Services, Inc. (CFSI) was awarded the Mechanical Service Contractors of America (MSCA) GreenSTAR designation for clearly demonstrating environmental responsibility and a commitment to energy saving practices.

CFSI is a leading provider of building operations, building maintenance, mechanical contracting and HVAC services to government and commercial clients.

The MSCA GreenSTAR is given to less than one percent of HVACR contractors. MSCA is the United State’s leading trade association for air conditioning, heating, and refrigeration contractors. The organization has over 1,400 members across the U.S and Canada.

Living up to MSCA GreenSTAR standards, Crockett Facilities Services has the skills and expertise required to deliver energy efficient, cost-effective indoor environmental solutions to commercial building owners and property managers.

It is no secret that energy costs represent the largest single operating expense for buildings with more than 35% percent of all controllable operating costs. This is why Crockett Facilities Services implements green technologies and preventive maintenance for all its clients. When this is done, heating and cooling equipment runs more efficiently, operating costs are reduced and tenant comfort is maximized.

Crockett Facilities Services business success is based on the necessity for better facilities management services.

Mark Crockett, vice President of Crockett Facilities Services has stated in a discussion about ways for 8(a) companies to develop:

“ As long as the government is the biggest real estate owner out there, there is always going to be a requirement for facilities management services.”

Through a federal 8(a) contracting program Crockett Facilities Services has built up its business and credibility. Crockett Facilities has also invested money in marketing towards the commercial sector to prepare for life after the 8(a) contracting program.

Through the federal 8(a) program, Crockett Facilities has moved from earning 75 percent of its revenue through the 8(a) program to earning 55 percent.

Read about Agencies’ spending on 8(a) contracts here.

Crockett Facilities Services continues to develop ways to reduce energy consumption for both private and public industries. Crockett Facilities Services can do the same for you.

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.

Crockett Facilities Services is your complete solution for integrated facility operations and maintenance services.

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