Congratulations to Ron Wilhite, check out his article in the May issue of Retail & Restaurant Facility Business magazine
It’s a high-end restaurant in the swanky business district of a major US city. It’s the kind of place you schedule your high-powered business lunch.
BROOKSVILLE, Fla., Feb. 4, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — RFS Founder Ron Wilhite announced today after 13 years as President, he is appointing Hal Bolter as his replacement. RFS, formerly known as Regions Facility Services, recently announced a nationwide rebrand and expansion of services in the restaurant renovation service industry.
BROOKSVILLE, Fla., Jan. 28, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — Regions Facility Services Founder Ron Wilhite announced today that due to growth in the southeast over the past 13 years, the company is rebranding to RFS in order to handle nationwide restaurant renovations.
RFS announced today that it has successfully completed a restaurant moisture remediation project for a Top-25 U.S. Foodservice Revenue Restaurant Concept. The RFS experts followed industry protocol in the test, treatment and repair of the restaurant facility.
RFS is pleased to announce the successful completion of a major structural renovation for one of their multi-unit casual dining restaurant concept clients.
RFS announced today that it has achieved the distinction of Certified Installer for the Stuart Dean Marcoat Epoxy Floor Grout Systems.
RFS announced that it has been selected by a nationwide restaurant chain to provide logistical support capacity for the 22nd annual Taste of The Nation event at Orlando’s Marriott World Resort.
RFS announced today that it has successfully completed a prototype front-of-house design upgrade for a Top-25 U.S. Foodservice Revenue nationwide restaurant concept.
RFS announced today that a Top-25 U.S. Foodservice Revenue nationwide restaurant concept has selected the company to complete a prototype commercial bar design upgrade. “We are pleased to be selected as the builder for this upgrade project,” says Ron Wilhite, RFS CEO.
RFS’s President Ron Wilhite was named the Restaurant Facility Management Association’s (RFMA) 2015 Vendor of the Year this month at the organization’s annual industry conference.
Sounds like the start of a joke, but in reality the joke is probably going to be on the operator of the bar in question. We’ve all experienced that unpleasant odor.
Whether your business sits in a flood zone in one of the southern states, along the New Jersey shoreline or nestled ‘safely’ far from damaging storms and floods, water damage can be a problem from a myriad of origins.
As a building contractor serving restaurant facility managers throughout the Southeastern US, we have seen our fair share of moisture intrusion. Oftentimes, what lurks behind the front of house wall covering could be likened to a chemistry lab experiment.
Caution, the events you are about to encounter are real. This could happen to you!
When we stop for a moment and pause from our busy schedules, we can take a look around at our community and find people and services that truly give back in a meaningful way.
Nothing is quite as disturbing to restaurant goers as the appearance or perception of a dining area that isn’t sufficiently clean. A dingy carpet or less than appealing smell can turn off a diner’s experience more effectively than bad service or food.
Welcome to my new blog! In it you can expect to find valuable insights into restaurant facilities management and common mistakes to avoid when planning an important repair or renovation to one or more of your restaurants.