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MTS Awarded Tower of Voices Contract

As we approach the anniversary of 911, it is always a solemn time. With that in mind we are very proud to have been awarded the contract to conduct maintenance and improve the Tower of Voices memorial, dedicated to the memory of the 40 souls who were on Flight 93, the only flight not to
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MTS Awarded Annual Deep-Clean Duties for Great Smoky Mountains National Park

MTS, in continuing to establish itself in the contracting world, was notified of their selection to provide services in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. This contract calls for the annual deep cleaning, disinfection, & window cleaning of temporary/seasonal quarters in Great Smoky Mountains National Park, specifically in the Gatlinburg, Cosby, Elkmont and Cades Cove,
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MTS Wins Another ACC Contract

MTS’ landscaping and grounds maintenance program received another award notice from the Army Contracting Command to perform grounds maintenance services at the Greencastle, Pennsylvania United States Army Recruiting Center. This is just another opportunity for MTS to continue to support the United States military in its endeavors to recruit the finest fighting men and women
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MTS Awarded Demolition of Dewey Mine, Idaho

On Wednesday, 05 August, MTS was notified of their selection to commence the demolition of the abandoned Dewey Mining facility located in the Payette National Forest, Idaho. This project, which should last about seven weeks, will require the crew to camp out on the site for the period of performance, since the nearest major populated
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MTS ATTACKS COVID-19 WITH NEW TECHNOLOGY

MTS Background in Decontamination Support There are certain elements of a comprehensive facility decontamination that are always similar: Assessment, Mapping, Cleaning, Decontamination and Systems Modification that contain similar requirements for successful completion. The initial component is training. During MTS facility cleaning, sanitation and decontamination courses, MTS personnel have the opportunity to handle and work with
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MTS Joins with Sustainable Workplace Alliance in Providing Maritime Training

MTS and the Sustainable Workplace Alliance, a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization that focuses on the environmental, health and safety training needs of US industries, recently completed development of four maritime training topics that were officially approved by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration to be utilized in training membersĀ from the maritime industry. Dr. Ralph Blessing, PhD(ABD),
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