Crockett Facilities ServicesWins NASA Contract

Contract's approximate value is $500,000

Crockett Facilities Services, Inc. (CFSI), a leading provider of building operations and maintenance, mechanical contracting and HVAC services to government and commercial clients, today announced it was awarded a contract by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA).

CFSI will provide heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) services, along with preventive maintenance services and emergency repairs at NASA's headquarters building located in Washington, DC.

The five-year contract commenced on April 1, 2011. Sources report it has a total value of approximately $500,000. Crockett Facilities Services is an MSCA STAR contractor.

"It's a privilege to have been selected by NASA as a result of a competitive bid process. We take pride in delivering outstanding customer service, ensuring that work environments are comfortable and that equipment operates at peak performance -- especially mission critical data center equipment," says Mark Crockett, vice president of Crockett Facilities Services, Inc.

"We're pleased to add NASA to our list of over 100 buildings that we're servicing in the Washington Metropolitan Area," Crockett says.

Crockett Facilities Services, Inc. (CFSI), an 8(a) woman-owned, Small Disadvantaged Business (SDB), MDOT MBE contractor with an active facility clearance, delivers building operations and maintenance, mechanical contracting and HVAC services to federal, state and commercial clients. The company provides its value-added installation, repair and preventive maintenance solutions to more than 11 million square feet of commercial, federal and state office buildings throughout Maryland, Virginia, District of Columbia, New Jersey, New Hampshire, Florida and Georgia.

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