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Lilly Widmar is a project manager for Countywide Mechanical Systems. She has 17 years' experience and has worked in many facets of the industry, including welding, pipe fitting, and serving as superintendent.

 

My path to the construction industry has been an interesting one, but I believe every step prepared me for my career today. I began my journey as a light...

Mary Melton is a senior talent acquistion representative for Countywide Mechanical Systems. As the recruiter for the company, Mary attends college and career fairs across the country to find and hire the best in the construction industry.

As a company that has been in business for more than 80 years, we have done a lot of things right to get to this point; but as a company...

As the "heart" of the building, mechanical systems not only breathe life into spaces, but they offer control, a steady hand in the sometimes unpredictable construction process. Beyond controlling the environment inside, mechanical work can also be the "heart" of the construction process, aiding other trades in completing their work and setting a foundation for the construction that follows....

Part of being in business means investing. Investing in projects. Investing in the stock market. Investing in people. More and more, companies are realizing that perhaps their biggest investment — and the one that will secure their future — is in employees.

Corporate training programs have always been important for succession planning, but now more than ever, with the average...

Countywide Mechanical Systems has experienced a whirlwind of transformation since beginning our journey to move into a new building and launch a new website. One of the most exciting things about the changes is that it's more than just external — with our space and our website, we can now serve clients better. More space means increased capabilities, both in the office and in the prefab shop,...

Tate Tyree is a safety professional with more than 20 years' experience in the construction industry. As safety director, Tate is responsible for the company's safety program, as well we identifying new regulations and technologies that will impact day-to-day operations on the job sites and in the office.

Our Company continues to work on ways to help improve and promote our...

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