BOWIE, MD. ─ Cynthia Esparza Crockett, president and co-owner of Crockett Facilities Services Inc., a leading provider of building operations and maintenance, mechanical contracting and HVAC services to government and commercial clients, has been selected to receive the distinguished 2013 Top 100 Minority Business Enterprise Award. The Top 100 MBE Award is given to enterprising women and minority entrepreneurs that fuel the Mid-Atlantic region’s economy through their innovation, sacrifices, and dedication.
“The winners of this year’s Top 100 MBE Award exemplify excellence and stability,” said Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, mayor of the City of Baltimore. “Cynthia Esparza Crockett represents the goals and aspirations of many entrepreneurs across the mid-Atlantic region.”
The Top 100 MBE ceremony on October 30 acknowledges and pays tribute to outstanding women and minority business owners in Maryland, Virginia, Pennsylvania, Delaware, and the District of Columbia. The awards ceremony is scheduled during Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake’s Supplier Diversity and Inclusion Week at the War Memorial in downtown Baltimore.
In 2013, CFSI also was named to Engineering News-Record’s 2013 top 600 specialty contractors list, the Washington Business Journal’s list of top 10 mechanical contractors and the top 25 women-owned businesses list, as well as the Inc. 5000 list of fastest-growing private companies in America by Inc. magazine.
Crockett Facilities Services Inc., a woman-owned mechanical contractor with an active facility clearance, delivers building operations and maintenance, mechanical contracting, and HVAC services to commercial and government clients. CFSI’s preventive maintenance programs, encompassing mechanical, electrical, energy management and HVAC services, help business owners, property managers, and data center/IT managers to reduce energy costs, extend equipment life, maintain tenant comfort, and decrease downtime. Additional information is available at www.crockett-facilities.com.