BOWIE, MARYLAND ─ Crockett Facilities Services Inc., a leading provider of integrated facilities services, mechanical contracting and HVAC services to commercial and government clients, ranked as the seventh largest mechanical contractor in the Washington, D.C., metro area according to the Washington Business Journal. Crockett Facilities Services has been included among the top 10 mechanical contractors list in 2011, 2012 and 2013. The ranking, based on 2013 metro-area revenue, was published in the July 25, 2014 issue of the Washington Business Journal.

“We are pleased to be recognized for our continued growth in the commercial market,” commented Cynthia Crockett, president of Crockett Facilities Services. “We have been striving to make inroads so that more business owners can sleep better at night and be comfortable during the day, utilizing our building maintenance services.”

Crockett Facilities Services recently launched its new website, re-designed with the user experience in mind. The new site uses the latest technology based on responsive design. It is compatible with today’s browsers and mobile devices, without requiring Adobe Flash to view the site. The website’s new content illustrates the company’s wide range of services, including HVAC installation, repair and preventive maintenance; integrated facilities services; data center cooling services; and energy management services. Weekly blogs, containing helpful maintenance tips and industry trends, can be easily accessed under the “News” navigation.

Crockett Facilities Services Inc., a woman-owned mechanical contractor, delivers integrated facilities services, building operations and maintenance, mechanical contracting and heating and air conditioning 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 the firm’s newly designed website at