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Wed, 2019-10-30
TIM CHADWICK, MMC CORP CEO, RECOGNIZED AS POWERFUL BUSINESS LEADER IN KANSAS CITY

Congratulations to Tim for being recognized as one of Kansas City’s most important, influential and powerful business leaders by Ingram’s Magazine. This is Tim’s third year of being selected to appear on this prestigious list.

Ingram’s creates this list looking at area leaders who demonstrate dedication to improving the business, in addition to ensuring employee satisfaction....

Wed, 2019-07-24
Building a Workforce

Craig Woodson, Vice President of Talent, recently sat on a Table of Experts panel with the Kansas City Business Journal to discuss the shortages in skilled labor going on throughout the construction industry. Others on the panel included Richard Bruce of The Builders’ Association, as well as Lisa Garney of the Kansas City chapter of Women Construction Owners and Executives (WCOE KC).

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Fri, 2019-07-19
Countywide Supports Camp NAWIC

Camp NAWIC San Diego is a week-long camp that is free to high school aged girls. Countywide volunteered at the event for the second year in a row, representing the plumbing trade. Our volunteers took part in organizing and planning activities for the day. Multiple employees and interns were there volunteering, helping, and teaching the girls plumbing skills while trying to pique their interest...

Mon, 2019-04-08
Countywide Mechanical Systems 2018 Year In Review

Our 2018 Year in Review is officially out, and we are proud to share with you, our valued partners and employee owners, some accomplishments as an organization as well as highlights of our people and culture. Created and distributed by our parent company, MMC Corp, this annual report showcases the type of work Countywide Mechanical Systems has been doing around the country during the past year...

Fri, 2019-03-15
Countywide Dedicates Time to Educate Local Youth

Team members from Countywide Mechanical Systems spent two Saturdays in February sharing safety information with students at Castle Park High School in Chula Vista. Safety Manager, Jerry Fredericksen, volunteered to teach an OSHA 10 class to their construction trades classes. 

While this endeavor was a new initiative to the team, the Countywide Service Department has provided an in the...

Mon, 2018-08-27
WOMEN WHO BUILD

Erica Jones, MMC Corp VP of Marketing, recently sat on a table of experts discussing how women are making their mark on the construction industry. The group of participants came from all parts of the industry – project management, engineering, financial, marketing, and more.

The panel reviewed many popular topics surrounding women in a male-dominated industry, including mentoring...

Thu, 2018-04-05
Countywide Mechanical Systems 2017 Year In Review

Our 2017 Year in Review is officially out, and we are proud to share with you, our valued partners and employee owners, some accomplishments as an organization as well as highlights of our people and culture. Created and distributed by our parent company, MMC Corp, this annual report showcases the type of work Countywide Mechanical Systems has been doing around the country during the past year...

Mon, 2018-02-19
CoreCivic Awards Detention Center Project to Countywide Mechanical Systems

Countywide Mechanical Systems was awarded the mechanical work on the Otay Mesa Detention Center in San Diego, California by the developer CoreCivic. This 512-bed expansion to the existing facility is a design-assist project with JE Dunn as the general contractor.

Thu, 2017-12-07
Service Dept. Hosts Anniversary Party with the Padres

The San Diego Padres and the Countywide Service Department recently hosted an anniversary party for customers. This year, Mike Hubbard, service account manager, and Brian Taylor, service executive, were able to partake in batting practice and field some balls in the stadium.

​CWMS customers, co-workers, and their families attended to cheer on Mike and Brian. As big baseball and Padres...

Thu, 2017-10-05
Ingram’s Magazine Recognizes CEO, Tim Chadwick, as Powerful Business Leader

Tim Chadwick was recently honored as one of the most powerful business leaders in the Kansas City area. Ingram’s, Kansas City’s business magazine, looks across business sectors, across for-profit and non-profit worlds, across private-sector and public, and across privately held and publicly held companies, trying to determine Kansas City’s most powerful leaders. While it’s no surprise to us...

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