MaintenX International, one of the nation’s largest facility maintenance providers, shares the benefits of their experience with restaurateurs choosing between remodeling or refreshing an outdated space.
TAMPA, Fla., Sept. 16, 2020 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — The restaurant industry is a demanding one, with stringent regulation, thin margins, and relatively high turnover all presenting challenges. That was all true even before the reduced occupancy and enhanced safety requirements that COVID-19 imposed made the business even harder. One ordinary restaurant decision made harder by the present situation is the choice between remodeling or refreshing an outdated space. MaintenX International, which has provided facility maintenance services to restaurants around the country for 40 years, knows these challenges well, and seeks opportunities to share the benefits of their experience with restaurateurs facing such decisions.
Bill Schaphorst, MaintenX VP of Business Development, contributed an article on that topic to the August/September issue of Facilitator Magazine,
Hurricanes present a variety of hazards to commercial facilities, and MaintenX was ready to provide their full spectrum of disaster recovery services to the area impacted by recent hurricanes Marco and Laura.
TAMPA, Fla., Sept. 9, 2020 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — The 2020 Atlantic Hurricane Season is in full swing, as Texans and Louisianans can attest. But while hurricanes Laura and Marco did not cause as much damage as had been initially feared, many communities, most prominently Lake Charles, Louisiana, still required major disaster assistance. The MaintenX team was ready and provided their full spectrum of disaster recovery services to the affected area.
“Anyone on the Gulf Coast knows to respect hurricanes and the damage they cause,” said Bill Schaphorst, MaintenX VP of Business Development. “I’m so proud of our team’s response, springing into action to help Louisianans and their facilities get back on their feet after Hurricane Laura.”