Company News

Four Stages of Reliability Centered Maintenance to Reduce Operational Risk

2022-08-15T14:00:53-05:00August 2nd, 2022|Company News, Expert Advice|

In today’s environment, a corporate-level maintenance strategy is a critical component of reducing operational risks. RCM (Reliability Centered Maintenance) is a method of determining the appropriate maintenance strategy for a company’s facilities assets.

Supporting the Social Mobility Symposium at California State University San Marcos

2022-07-14T10:41:56-05:00July 14th, 2022|Company News|

A bicoastal collaboration with Old Dominion University and California State University San Marcos, C&W Services sponsored and attended this important two-day event focused on sharing innovative ideas and finding new ways to create social mobility for students in their communities.

Best Practices for Vetting Suppliers

2023-01-30T08:50:34-06:00April 6th, 2022|Company News, Expert Advice|

When vetting a potential supplier partner, adding characteristics such as shared standards for quality, safety, integrity, employee satisfaction, and customer service will help ensure a reliable, long-lasting supplier relationship.  Only thorough screening, excellent communication, training, and trust can develop a supplier/client relationship.

The Top Issues Facilities Leaders Need to Be Thinking About in Higher Education

2022-04-04T11:24:14-05:00April 1st, 2022|Company News, Expert Advice|

As the return to work and school continues to make headway, facilities leaders need to consider some challenges that higher education institutions face today. Brian Reyes, Senior Vice President of Higher Education, says there are two sides to tackle in identifying these issues today: retention and recruitment.

Apply Today! C&W Services Trade Skills of Tomorrow Scholarship

2022-04-04T11:26:27-05:00March 29th, 2022|Company News|

As a leader in the facility services industry, we’re committed to developing the next generation of talent. That’s why we’re launching a new scholarship that gives up to $5,000 to pursue post-secondary education at any trade school, technical college, or skilled-trades vocational training certified program.