Total-Western unveils branding refresh
Total-Western has launched a new company logo and branding ahead of its 50th anniversary.
The company provides turnkey lifecycle services within the industrial construction industry.
"Next year is an exciting year for us – not only because our business is transforming and expanding, but also because we are celebrating 50 years in the industry. We wanted to kick off our new fiscal year with an updated look and feel that resonates with our current service offerings and where the business is headed," said Payman Farrokhyar, President of Total-Western.
The four components of the logo represent the company's four main service offerings (design, build, operations, and maintenance), while the staggered placement of the lines symbolises the company's ability to provide services and expertise throughout any phase of a lifecycle project. The blue pays homage to the company's original logo, while the green represents the company's view toward the future as it continues to pursue projects in the renewables industry.
"At Total-Western, we have always been focused on building strong relationships with our customers. This new brand identity reflects that focus and passion," said Reed Mitchell, Vice President of Business Development.
"We are proud to offer services that can provide value in any stage of a customer's project. Whether it's a pilot process being implemented in a new greenfield site – or an existing process that requires daily operations and maintenance activities – we are here to provide our expertise and support to exceed our customers' needs."
The Design-Build EPC team at Total-Western is focused on bringing their industrial clients' visions to fruition. The group leverages the company's 50 years of experience in processing and manufacturing and applies a progressive design-build approach toward new projects in the sustainable economy, including, but not limited to, renewable fuels, renewable energy, carbon capture, sustainable manufacturing, and recycling.
The Operations & Maintenance team focuses on facility turnarounds, outages, shutdowns, shut-ins, and special projects, while mobilising the necessary supervision, skilled craft workers, specialists, and project management personnel.
Total-Western's new logo and branding can be seen on the company website as well as its accompanying social media pages.
- 5 ways innovative technology can boost construction spendTechnology & AI
- 'Better with Bellway' sustainability strategy launchedBuilt Environment
- Construction of utility scale solar farms to accelerateConstruction Projects
- China's longest reconstructed bridge to open early AprilConstruction Projects