Richmond-based ColonialWebb opens new data center division
Mission Critical Division will focus on call centers and other specialty centers
Richmond-based mechanical and electrical systems company ColonialWebb has opened a new division that focuses on data centers, call centers, specialty operations centers and other essential opportunities, it announced Wednesday.
Known as the Mission Critical Division, the department will be led by General Manager Nathan Wethington and include a team of people trained to serve enterprise and hyperscale facilities in ColonialWebb’s service region, which includes six locations in Virginia and one in Baltimore, Maryland. ColonialWebb is owned by Comfort Systems USA, which has 36 subsidiaries across the country.
Wethington joined ColonialWebb in 2010 and served as a project executive and director of preconstruction before being appointed general manager in June.
“Over the years, ColonialWebb has established a unique brand in this region while completing the most challenging mission-critical projects,” Wethington said in a statement. “This dedicated focus will allow us continued growth while helping to ensure long-lasting relationships with our clients.”
ColonialWebb’s other divisions include construction, building service, industrial refrigeration and manufacturing.