Press Release Summary:
Utilizing Microsoft Project or Primavera software, Central Maintenance and Welding, Inc. (CMW) services can supplement existing maintenance planning departments at customer sites or perform all project scheduling. Front-end preparation promotes on-time or ahead-of-schedule project completion, which helps avoid delayed turnarounds or outages that would be detrimental to business and final end-users/customers.
Original Press Release:
Central Maintenance and Welding, Inc. Offers Project Scheduling Services
October 31, 2008 (Lithia, Florida) - To expand their value-added services for customers, Central Maintenance and Welding, Inc. (CMW) now offers comprehensive project scheduling for plant outages and turnarounds.
Utilizing Microsoft Project or Primavera software, CMW can now supplement existing maintenance planning departments at customer sites or if needed, perform all project scheduling services. This expands the total portfolio of Central Maintenance and Welding capabilities which already includes field services for plant maintenance and construction, shop fabrication, and engineering.
"With years of experience planning and executing complicated outages and turnarounds at various plants, we have expertise on conducting the critical front-end preparation that ultimately delivers successful on-time project completion," stated Walter Brown, CMW's Planning/Scheduling Manager. "Since delayed turnarounds or outages are detrimental to business and to final end-users or customers, our process helps complete projects on time or ahead of schedule," Brown added.
For more information, contact Jay Johnson at 1-877-704-7411 or visit www.cmw.cc
Founded in 1966, Central Maintenance and Welding, Inc. provides plant maintenance, plant turnaround, construction and fabrication services for chemical processing, mining, power generation, and other industrial markets. As an ASME code shop, CMW's fabrication services include pressure vessels, tanks, heat exchangers, expansion joints, ducts, piping, pipe racks/supports, hoppers, chutes, and more.