Local company receives Woman Business Enterprise Certification

PHOENIX, Ariz. -PVIC (incorporating Arizona Industrial and Municipal Services, LLC and AIMS

Coatings, LLC.) announces new Woman Business Enterprise (WBE) certification. Maria Mihaletos,

PVIC/AIMS President since 2011, is proud to announce PVIC/AIMS has recently received certification from WBENC as of July 2012.

In order to achieve WBE certification, a business must be 51 percent owned, controlled, operated, and managed by a woman or women. Applicants must meet several additional certification requirements,

complete an extensive formal documentation and undergo a rigorous, a multi-faceted business application and review process, including a site visit by one of the 14 Regional Partner Organizations.

The WBE certification is considered honorable and viewed as an important asset by women-owned and operated businesses due to the programs available and certification with purchasing agents.

PVIC/AIMS is confident that Mihaletos’ managerial and operational skills will be further enhanced by the WBE certification, assisting in the achievement of PVIC/AIMS’ long-term goals.

“As a result of having built the company to its current position with what I believe to be the right core of contracts and key staff and management in place,” says Mihaletos, “I believe we are now in a position to take the company to the next level.”

PVIC/AIMS is a full service utility company offering clients a wide range of high quality services, including sewer video inspection and cleaning, utility cross bore inspection, hydro trenching, industrial coatings, sandblasting and other industrial services.

With 90 employees and counting, the businesses have expanded to Texas and California with plans for additional growth.

PVICAIMS corporate offices is located in Phoenix with offices in Houston and Austin, TX,Northern, CA and San Manuel.

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