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About Us

EMCOR Government Services provides building services and state building maintenance services to clients across the nation.
Learn more.

View the EMCOR Government Services capabilities video.

View our fact sheet.

Accolades

Read about the accolades given to the EMCOR Government Services operations and maintenance staff at the United States Coast Guard Training Center in Yorktown, Virginia.

Meet the Team

Our staff are experienced in handling government building services.Mike Rodgers, President, and his team provides government building maintenance services aimed at practical results and full customer satisfaction.
Meet the rest of the team.

Read Mike's staff memo affirming his commitment to Safety, Customer Service, and Ethics.

Client Support Services

We employ the best trade workers to provide state building maintenance services.

Alexandra Witt and her team of Client Partnership Specialists meet one-on-one with clients as their personal EMCOR liaison. They advocate for client priorities, facilitate issue resolution, and help foster productive working relationships. Current and prospective clients are encouraged to email alexwitt@emcor.net or EGS_CustomerService@emcor.net

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Veterans

Government maintenance services are our specialty.

EMCOR recognizes the leadership and technical skills military candidates have to offer.

Visit our military microsite and see some of the job opportunities available.

Meet Jeff Gaddy, Director of Operations for EMCOR Government Services and a military veteran.

ANSI Standard 188 Legionellosis

EMCOR Government Services' Alan Spence, PE, Director, Facilities Solutions Group, was an instrumental team member in a 10 year effort resulting in new guidance to minimize the risk of Legionnaire's Disease in Building Water Systems.

Partnering with the CDC's Claressa Lucas and a world renowned microbiologist, Janet Stout, the resultant standard has been published by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) and the American Society of Heating, Refrigeration, and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) as ASHRAE / ANSI Standard 188 Legionellosis: Risk Management for Building Water Systems.

This long effort culminated in an essential document for anyone involved in design, construction, installation, commissioning, operation, maintenance, and service of centralized building water systems and components.

Alan served as a Professional Engineer and facility operator who provided real world input to ensure that proposed requirements were realistic and can be met without undue hardship for the owner/operator; he was also instrumental in approving the document for publication.