Phigenics to provide smart water management services to George Mason University and Virginia Commonwealth University

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Phigenics to provide smart water management services to George Mason University and Virginia Commonwealth University

Greentech Lead America: Phigenics, provider of a new
class of water management services based on smart analytics software, has been
awarded water management contracts from Virginia Commonwealth University and
George Mason University. Phigenics partnered with InteGroServ, a Service
Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) to win the George Mason
University contract.

Phigenics will provide comprehensive water management
services for both universities focused on ensuring utility water systems are
operating at optimal efficiency and safety. Services will include expert
consulting, smart analytics software and biological hazard analyses.

Phigenics’ Smart Water
Management services enable universities to gain a new level of
diagnostic intelligence about their potable and utility water systems

“We are entering a high growth phase of our
business. New standards in water safety are creating demand for advanced
services that can reduce operational and capital expenditures while ensuring
water systems are safe. We are excited to be working with George Mason
University and Virginia Commonwealth University to help them achieve new levels
of performance with their facilities,” said Mike Doyle, vice president of
Operations for Phigenics.

Phigenics and Argo Systems to provide water management services
for U.S. Navy Bases

Phigenics along with Argo Systems, a service disabled
veteran owned small business, recently won the water management services
contract for seven U.S. Naval Bases.  As per the agreement, Phigenics
and Argo Systems will provide water management services for Naval
Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC) Washington.

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