Countywide Mechanical Systems Adds to Leadership Team
San Diego-based mechanical contractor committed to developing strong team of employee owners
SANTEE, Calif., Oct. 4, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — Countywide Mechanical Systems announces three new members to its leadership team in San Diego. These new additions help the employee-owned company meet the needs of current clients and business partners. Tom O’Sullivan and Josh Silverstein have been promoted to operations managers, and Henry Codiamat was recently brought on board as estimating manager. Each of these new Countywide team members brings extensive construction experience to the company’s ranks.
“Tom, Josh, and Henry have already made significant contributions to the way we do business at Countywide Mechanical Systems,” says Tim Chadwick, chief operating officer. “Our operations are more streamlined to better serve clients, and the estimating team has adopted new processes that have created greater efficiencies and stronger bids.”
Tom O’Sullivan, Operations Manager
Tom relocated to San Diego after working all over the country for MW Builders, a general construction company owned by Countywide’s parent company MMC Corp. Tom specializes in working with the military on projects such as barracks, training facilities, and office buildings. In addition, Tom has helped deliver LEED-certified projects that meet the military’s sustainability goals. In his new role, Tom will oversee project managers, superintendents, and foremen, helping them to build better relationships with Countywide’s clients as well as create more streamlined operating procedures.
Joshua Silverstein, Operations Manager
Having worked in the mechanical construction industry for 16 years and holding a Bachelor’s degree in HVAC/R Engineering Technology, Josh’s experience includes serving as senior project manager for a plumbing contractor as well as HVAC department manager for a mechanical contractor. Josh has worked with healthcare and private-side clients throughout his career, and he brings vast expertise to Countywide regarding organizational and operational processes.
Henry Codiamat, Estimating Manager
As estimating manager, Henry will serve as Countywide’s chief estimator and will be responsible for the development, estimating, and proposing on all project pursuits for the company. For the past nine years, Henry has worked in a senior estimating capacity focused on design-build opportunities with the responsibility for conceptual piping design and budgeting, project development, scope review, and contract negotiations. With nearly 30 years of experience in the plumbing and mechanical industry, Henry’s familiarity with commercial codes as well as OSHPD and military standards and specifications provides Countywide partners a valuable resource.
“As an employee-owned company, we always strive to deliver our vision of providing clients with an unparalleled construction experience,” says Tim, “By adding these strong individuals to Countywide’s management team, we are better poised to do just that.”
About Countywide Mechanical Systems
Based in San Diego, Countywide Mechanical Systems is dedicated to providing the highest level of service to its clients. The company specializes in the installation, service, and ongoing maintenance of commercial HVAC, plumbing, electrical, and solar projects. Visit www.countywidems.com for more information.
About MMC Corp
Founded in 1932, MMC Corp is based in Overland Park, Kansas, and serves as a holding company made up of three core construction services brands: MW Builders, MMC Contractors, and Countywide Mechanical Systems. MMC Corp is a 100% employee-owned organization with 1,200 employees nationwide. Find out more at www.mmccorp.com.
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