The Moisture Control Services division of Munters received a U.S. General Services Administration contract to provide disaster restoration services to government facilities worldwide.
The GSA is a centralized procurement and property management agency for the federal government.
The five-year contract, which took effect Oct. 31, designates Munters as a pre-approved government vendor and allows the company to offer its disaster recovery and document restoration products and services to federal, state and local governments across the country and the world.
“This is a significant milestone because it allows us to align our worldwide capabilities with one of the largest property management firms in the world,” said David Richardson, MCS national key accounts manager. “Whether it’s an Army base, a state capitol or a National Archive building, the contract provides us with pre-negotiated terms and a stamp of approval to work in nearly any government facility.”
Munters has formed an internal sales team to market and network with numerous U.S. government agencies.
“We already received our first restoration job - a water pipe break at a government building in Washington, D.C. - about four days after receiving contract approval,” added Richardson.
Munters awarded government contract
March 1, 2008