PHOENIX, ARIZ. (Oct. 24, 2022) – Corina Burton, Co-Owner and CMO of CPR Construction Cleaning, has been named by Franchise Dictionary Magazine as a 2022 “Woman of Wonder.”
Burton co-founded CPR Construction Cleaning in 2019 and created a brand that has quickly grown to dominate the construction cleaning industry. CPR began franchising in July 2022 and is currently operating 11 franchise units with plans to open in four additional markets by end of 2022.
“Women are disrupting the franchising space, and it’s thrilling,” said Alesia Visconti, CEO of Franchise Dictionary Magazine. “Implementing culture and understanding the importance of everyone feeling valued, women are able to gain commitment from their teams and implement innovative ideas for success.
“Our ‘50 Women of Wonder’ (WOW) are fran-tastic, talented, strong, and dynamic. The franchise community is better for their leadership and wisdom, and we are honored and excited to celebrate their powerful contributions,” Visconti said.
Phoenix-based CPR Construction Cleaning has franchise locations in Utah, Texas and Arizona, with franchise opportunities in Tucson and Northern Arizona.
Since launching in 2019, CPR Construction Cleaning has experienced tremendous growth the past. Burton co-founded the company with another facility maintenance professional, Patrick Maez. It offers three phases of cleaning: progress/rough cleaning, final cleaning and touch-up cleaning. During the height of the pandemic, CPR Construction Cleaning offered a disinfecting service for COVID-19-related mitigation.
“We created more than a service-based company with CPR Construction Cleaning,
Burton said. “We offer real solutions for the cleaning industry in the construction space. We are true industry partners dedicated to high quality and problem-solving. Our innovation is what sets us apart from the rest.”
Burton said CPR Construction Cleaning partners with general contractor clients “in such a way that we help alleviate additional unexpected expenses because of our expertise and partnership.”
With large projects, there are numerous entities involved in so many phases as well as safety measures that need a dedicated professional crew onsite.
Burton said CPR’s biggest success so far is “having a company that is making a difference in the construction industry. We have had multiple clients provide feedback on how grateful they are in having a specialized cleaning company focused on all of the right aspects of our side of the business.”
“The CPR team is excited to have established the very first specialized construction cleaning company in the franchise space in the US. To be a part of the CPR difference, industry-leading expertise in construction cleaning is now available nationwide,” Burton said.
Proceeds from the October issue will be donated to the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation. The Franchise Dictionary Magazine is a national digital publication, with nearly 450,000 readers and targets prospective franchisees in an informative and educational format.
For more information about CPR Construction Cleaning, visit cprclean.com.