At All Systems Restored, we understand that our success has come not only from our own hard work and dedication to our customers, but also from the many people who have taught and supported us throughout the years.
As a way of showing our appreciation, our company is a part of the small business mentor-protégé program, which allows an opportunity to pay it forward and help others find avenues of success.
The mentor-protégé program was organized by the U.S. Small Business Administration as a way to provide businesses with developmental assistance and help smaller businesses successfully compete for government contracts. Services provided include trade education, guidance in contracting processes and business development and strategies, and training in general management practices.
Through this program we have been able to include small businesses in the Greensboro area and other locations in our work on government contracts. We have shared our knowledge gleaned over years of experience with these companies, to give them the skills needed to eventually bid on these types of projects on their own.
From this program we not only find great satisfaction in knowing we are helping others, but we have grown our network of professionals and built strong relationships with other companies in and around our own field.
Successful Mentor Programs
- City of Greensboro Fire Station #57 where All Systems Restored was Mentor for S.S.M.C., Inc
- City Hall Plaza Project in Durham, NC where All Systems Restored was Mentor for Johnson Electric
Current Protégé Programs
- T.Z. Osborne Water Reclamation facility 56 MGD Ugrade (Package 3), McLeansville, NC where All Systems Restored is the Protégé and Garney Companies, Inc. is the Mentor
- Townsend Water Treatment Facility Basin and Gravity Filter Improvements Project, Greensboro, NC where All System Restored is the Protégé and HDR Constructors, Inc is the Mentor
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