NORTH RICHLAND HILLS, TX (July 28, 2022) — EWS Texas, Inc. (EWSTX), a part of the
McDougall Family of Companies and recognized by Engineering News-Record
Magazine as one of the top sheet metal specialty contractors in America, announced
plans today to expand operations to Nebraska, Colorado, Wyoming, South Dakota,
New Mexico, Oklahoma, Kansas, and Utah.
EWS Texas, Inc.’s expertise is in custom fabrication and installation of high-quality,
metal panel facade systems. When the expansion is completed, it will have a
presence in nine states, growing its nationwide alliance of contractors, planners, and
designers of commercial, industrial, and public sector projects.
“The idea to expand was the result of numerous requests by general contractor partners to pursue work with them in states other than Texas,” said Griff Rausch, EWS Texas, Inc.
President. “They cited frustration in not finding enough qualified architectural metal contractors to partner with on their most important projects.
“Our customers are looking for subcontractor partners that understand larger or complicated projects and are willing to work together with them to solve common
problems in a manner that builds strong and lasting relationships.
“As the pandemic began to spread in 2020, most of us were very uncertain about the
future. One thing was certain: If we wanted to survive, we had to evolve. And we did.
The past two years, we have focused our efforts on finding ways to be more efficient
and user friendly.”
The evolution includes multiple services that cover areas such as advanced
processes to improve project management and field coordination; investments in
fabrication equipment to improve quality, reduce lead times and expand product
offerings; increased training opportunities at its installation training facility; and
greater concentration on working more closely within the McDougall Family of
Companies to improve collaboration, share resources and expand reach.
Associated with the expansion of services and alliances, EWS Texas, Inc. has
rebranded its logo and website https://ewstexas.com/.
”We felt this was the right time for a change,” Rausch said. “We wanted something
different and vibrant that better expressed the evolution of EWS Texas. Our website
is a better tool for communicating who we are and how we can be more successful
Among EWS Texas’ notable projects across Texas are numerous data centers, the
Shops at Clearfork and Waterside shopping areas, the San Angelo Performing Arts
Center, the Buddy Holly Performing Arts Center, the Irving Music Factory, and the
Texas A&M University AgriLife building.