DENVER, COLORADO – June 3, 2014 – Computer Sites, Inc. (CSI), a specialty construction group with a focus on designing, building and maintaining data centers and critical power systems announced today a major contract award from the Department of the US Air Force, Directorate of Contracting. This 5-year contract encompasses the Worldwide Emergency Maintenance/ Preventative Maintenance (EM/PM) contract through the Power Conditioning and Continuation Interface Equipment (PCCIE) office at Hill Air Force Base and is valued at $47 million for the support of Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) equipment.
CSI has partnered with Unified Power, a major provider of critical power maintenance services, as their exclusive service provider for this contract.
Gary Springstead, President of CSI stated, “Our firm has a rich history of working with Unified Power in both the Governmental and Commercial sectors. The US Air Force established a rigorous qualification standard for this contract, so we understood the importance of quality, scale and economics in the sourcing decision. As usual, Unified Power was up to the challenge, and they delivered.” Sam Brown, EVP of Operations will be heading the contract for the Unified Power team. Sam will be supported by a full-time Program manager and the entire breadth of the Unified Power organization.
Founded in 1984, Computer Sites, Inc. has its headquarters in Denver, Colorado with current operations throughout the US. The company operates on a 7 x 24 basis all days of the year including holidays. For more information, visit www.computersites.net
Based in Terrell, Texas, the Unified Power brand began in January 2011 soon after Chicago, Illinois based Pfingsten Partners acquired On Computer Services; an established nationwide critical power service company. Additional acquisitions of Unified Power include Power Protection Unlimited of Baltimore, MD and Sun Sales Company of Albuquerque, NM.
For more than three decades, Unified Power and its legacy companies have provided low risk, cost effective alternatives for organizations seeking affordable and reliable Critical Power Services. For more information, visit www.unifiedpowerusa.com