Installing all the refrigeration and freezer cases, walk-in freezers and coolers, food preparation stations, piping, compressors, and controls that a modern grocery store requires was no easy task in a 107-year-old building.
While 80 years is quite a milestone, it’s one the Pittsburgh-based service contractor hasn’t had time to celebrate yet, as most of the crew’s time has been spent moving into a new location this past December after outgrowing its previous space.
The company has thrived under Bryan’s leadership and was on track to earn $12 million to $15 million in 2014. Precision currently has 68 employees, 52 vehicles in its fleet, and averages 120 calls per day.
The Crocketts’ goal is to grow CFSI into one of the top five mechanical contractors in the Washington, District of Columbia, area. The company plans to develop a partnership with a few local trade schools to not only help them develop their programs, but to also recruit top talent to help meet its goals.