Mr. Smith stated, “The combined legacy of W-Industries (Texas and Louisiana), Control Concepts & Technology, CC American and Gulf Coast Power & Control is impressive. The strong reputation of each company, built every day and job-by-job, is why our customers come back year after year.”
He added, “Since the downturn in 2014, our entire industry has faced unprecedented challenges across the globe and there is no denying the landscape has changed in nearly every corner of our market. Overall, we have met these challenges with good success, however, it has mostly been done as four ‘strong-but-separate’ companies. The game has changed, and if we want to continue to win, we need to change with it.”
He continued, “After a careful and comprehensive evaluation of our current state, executive leadership has made a decision: while strong-but-separate worked well for yesterday’s market, we need to become stronger to meet the challenges of today, and then even stronger to achieve our goals for tomorrow. As a result of this evaluation, we have determined that this strength can only come by bringing all of us together through a formal, transformative initiative, and ultimately by behaving as One-W in all facets of our business.”
Although the “One-W” transition is projected to take about three years to fully complete, an initial transition committee has been tasked with determining what items need to occur first to begin operating as One-W. This will include such things as: Common policies and procedures, common systems to maximize efficiencies, and utilizing internal resources without logistical or geographic barriers.
Smith concluded, “I see an unlimited upside in moving forward in this direction, and I’m excited to see what the future holds when we combine the collective talents of our teams.”
Attendees of the One-W Meeting, held in Houston, Texas on August 15, 2018.
Pictured from left to right:
Top Row: Chris Whitley, Adam Smith, Reggie Berken, Danton Hebert, Rob Brown, Donnie Thomas, Caleb Wiza, Blake Waldmann
2nd Row: Dustin Cormier, Mark Wahlman, Ira Pryor, Tommy Lynn, Ross Polk, Brad Bailey, David Dorrough, Jeremy Leblanc, Wayne Leleux, Brad Worthy, Kirby Clark, Scott Thevis, Ricky Cormier, Jim Abshire, John Trosclair, Blaine Arabie, Jay Nunez
3rd Row: Ashley Waldmann, Fernando Arcos, Bryan Kelley, Stevie Menard, Shane Lavergne, Steven King, Brandon Baumgardner, Susana Pinto
Bottom Row: Claude Corley, Ken Oliver, Greg Hanson, Jamie Monteiro, Donnie Smith, Raouf Hadad, Tiago Salies, Jeannine Branch
Not Pictured: Jared Moczygemba
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