RICHMOND, Va., April 22, 2021 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- ColonialWebb of Richmond, VA, today announced an upcoming free webinar geared towards professionals that manage the upkeep of mechanical, electrical, and plumbing assets for ANY industry.
The webinar will explore the three components of life cycle costs that affect an organization's bottom line:
- Maintenance & Repairs
Speaking from several years of experience in the field, co-hosts John Mosteller, and Ernie Combs will break down the tedious balancing act of managing mechanical equipment. Every organization has unique needs, and there is no "one size fits all" approach for keeping a pulse on this type of equipment. This webinar will help guide attendees towards asking the right questions to transform their maintenance programs from reactive to preventative. After the main presentation, there will be a live Q&A where attendees can ask any relevant questions.
The Managing Life Cycle Costs for Mechanical, Electrical, and Plumbing Assets webinar will go live at 11:00 AM on Tuesday, May 18th. Following the live stream, attendees will have access to view the event on-demand.
To register for the free webinar, please click here to sign up.
John Mosteller is the Director of Service Sales at ColonialWebb. He has been working in the industry for 23 years, focusing on the financial impact of Mechanical, Electrical, and Plumbing systems in the built environment. He is currently an ASHRAE member, an Association of Energy Engineers (AEE) Member, an AEE Certified Energy Manager, and a board member of Independent Contractors Exchange (ICE). John's mission is to create win-win partnerships with customers by moving away from a reactive mindset and equipping them with the information they need to make the best decisions for their organization.
Ernie Combs is the Director of Business Development for Construction at ColonialWebb. He has been working in the industry for 18 years, half of which was spent working for a local engineering firm before transitioning to the contractor side of the business. Ernie is a licensed professional engineer in the state of Virginia and is driven to provide ColonialWebb's customers with a comprehensive source of business advantage.
ColonialWebb was founded in 1972 and is dedicated to helping our customers find the best solutions for their buildings and facilities. Offering superior construction, installation, and service of building mechanical systems, our unmatched expertise makes us the valued partner for facility managers, owners, and contractors alike. As a Comfort Systems USA company, we are strengthened by a nationwide network of mechanical contractors prepared to build, service, or retrofit any commercial or industrial mechanical, HVAC, Refrigeration, Electrical, Plumbing, Water Solution, or Process Piping system. Visit our website at http://www.colonialwebb.com to see why our customers have considered ColonialWebb their contractor of choice for 50 years.
Wendy Pike, ColonialWebb, +1 (804) 916-1320, [email protected]