We are a leading provider of complete plant maintenance and modifications services, capital construction, and a wide variety of specialty and support services to our clients in the power generation, oil and gas, pulp and paper, and other heavy industrial markets. Our services include support for ongoing plant operations, regularly scheduled and emergency outages, refueling, shutdowns, turnarounds, and other major maintenance projects required by our clients. We often deliver these services under performance-based, fee-at-risk contracts.
We specialize in developing plant and fleet-wide maintenance programs that provide overall cost reductions with performance incentives focused on safety, schedule, craft labor retention, improved outage performance, and other key drivers.
The landscape of the nuclear power generation industry continues to evolve. As a pioneer in the area of nuclear maintenance, we are constantly innovating to provide our clients with the services they need at a lower total cost to help them achieve their goals.
By working together with our clients in a collaborative process, we are able to increase safety performance, maximize productivity and minimize project schedule durations.
The types of projects we perform fall into the following main categories:
LATEST NEWS & EVENTS
Williams today announced that the Company has completed all necessary regulatory steps and been approved to uplist to the NYSE American Exchange. The ticker will remain unchanged, as “WLMS,” and the stock will begin trading there on February 22, 2021.
Williams Industrial Services Group Provides Year-End Backlog, Fiscal 2021 Guidance, and Stock Uplisting Timing
Williams today announced that its backlog as of December 31, 2020 was approximately $444 million, of which $165 million is expected to be realized over fiscal 2021.
Williams Industrial Services Group Schedules Fourth Quarter 2020 Financial Results Conference Call and Provides Guidance Timing
Williams will release financial results for fourth quarter ended December 31, 2020 before financial markets open on March 31, 2021.