We pride ourselves on coming in with a restoration solution that is specifically suited to the project environment
Phoenix, AZ. (PRWEB) October 7, 2009
CRSI, Inc. announced today it is rebranding the company from Concrete Restoration Systems to CRSI as the firm celebrates its 16 year anniversary. The change comes as the company completes a large-scale restoration project of the historical Prescott High School, and as it continues expansion plans throughout Arizona and into Texas, New Mexico and Colorado where both steel and concrete restoration projects are already underway.
The Prescott High School restoration project was an extensive undertaking to restore and resurface the concrete stadium at the football field. In addition, repairs and improvements have been made to the gym, administrative offices, heating, venting and air conditioning systems, lockers and the cafeteria. Most work was complete in time for students' return to school on August 10.
As CRSI continues growth plans within Arizona and in three other Southwestern states where it is licensed, expansion plans are also underway to grow its client roster in the power, wastewater, petroleum, industrial/commercial and mining industries with the acquisition of new equipment to support larger-scale projects. Specifically, the company purchased several new vac trucks equipped with water filtration systems designed for chemical vapor filtration and debris cleanup, as well as varied spray equipment that will exceed industry standards for spray-on coatings.
These latest investments will help CRSI crews be more efficient, especially in public works facilities and plants in need of concrete and steel repairs from corrosion damage. Such damage can have a significant impact on productivity and also put the environment at risk. CRSI's expansion will help put a growing number of plants back into full production with a cost-effective and expedient repair solution.
"We pride ourselves on coming in with a restoration solution that is specifically suited to the project environment," commented Tom Lemons, president of CRSI. "From high temperature, heat-resistant carbon fiber coatings to vinyl ester, novalacs and more - our highly trained team can bring the industry's best products to the job. And our crews can work around facility schedules - usually getting the project done on time, on budget - and with minimal to no facility downtime."
One of the biggest challenges for most power, wastewater, petroleum and mining facilities is making repairs without impacting production. CRSI crews can be mobilized quickly and scheduled around the clock to ensure repairs are done on schedule without affecting production. Typical concrete and steel restoration projects are also completed in a fraction of the time and cost as compared to a major offsite restoration effort or a complete new build.
About CRSI, Inc.
CRSI has a long-standing reputation for delivering professional-grade concrete and steel coating and restoration solutions to the power, mining, wastewater, petroleum, commercial and industrial industries since 1993. Serving some of the Southwest's leading engineering firms and public municipalities in Arizona, Texas, Colorado and New Mexico, CRSI's highly trained crews specialize in designing cost-effective, custom solutions that efficiently restore concrete and steel structures to like-new condition. For more information or to submit a bid request, visit http://www.crsi-inc.com.