Restoration and facility maintenance professionals Patrick Maez (left) and Corina Burton are co-owners of CPR Construction Cleaning.

     GILBERT, Ariz. (February 18, 2020) – Restoration and facility maintenance professionals Corina Burton and Patrick Maez have combined their expertise and launched a new firm, CPR Construction Cleaning.

The Gilbert-based firm offers three phases of cleaning: progress/rough cleaning, final cleaning and touch-up cleaning. The company can handle projects from 300 square feet to more than 1 million SF. Services include ongoing maintenance cleaning, hard-surface floor cleaning and maintenance, window cleaning, pressure washing and parking lot sweeping.

Burton and Maez possess more than 20 years of experience in business development, managing strategic national accounts, marketing, sales and relationship building. Burton previously served as Director of Business Development at EHS Restoration. Maez formerly was Executive Director at Square Care, a mission-critical/data center cleaning and carpet and textile cleaning firm.

“Our clients range from general contractors, commercial real estate professionals, property managers and corporate and multifamily/residential professionals,” said Maez, who possesses more than15 years of experience managing strategic national accounts and operations within the facility maintenance industry.

CPR’s three-phase construction cleaning process assures that newly constructed space is move-in ready.

We work during the actual construction phase removing and cleaning all construction debris, caulking and adhesives,” Burton said. “We thoroughly clean windows, glass doors and glass partitions. General cleaning of walls and floors are also included during this phase.”

The final clean consists of a very detailed clean from the ceiling, walls, windows, glass, doors to baseboards and floors. A week or so after the dust settles, CPR goes back in and wipes down all horizontal surfaces to assure that all dust and debris is eliminated.

“At CPR we focus on teamwork,” Burton said. “Teamwork is the result of groups working together to effectively and efficiently achieve the organizational tasks, vision and mission.”

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