24 October 2011
Category: News, Press Releases
24 October 2011,
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Press release: California Space Management, Inc., formerly Filefax, launches New Brand and Web Site.

Originated in 1983 as Filefax, Inc., and purchased by California Space Management, Inc. in 2003, the organization continued to operate under the well-known brand of Filefax thru 2011. While the name did not ring true to the company’s unique offering of space-maximizing design and storage solutions, owner Curtis Dadian made the decision to maintain the brand due to its positive reputation and respectable awareness among this niche industry. The time has come, however, to make the change over to a moniker which is indicative of our developing offering and our true deliverables, says Dadian. We are more centered on organization-wide space management solutions today than we have been in past years. Our clients and market conditions are demanding more from their providers and we see this as an opportunity to step up to the plate and deliver. This rebranding effort will help the architect and design community as well as the general contactors seeking these solutions to quickly and easily identify how and where to engage CSM with their projects.

California Space Management, Inc. (formerly Filefax) has successfully designed, delivered and installed over 1,000 solutions during the past 25+ years. Markets served include Healthcare, Educational and Financial Institutions, Corporations, Government Offices, Military Installations, Museums, Public Safety Centers, Sports Teams and Law Firms. Specific applications served include space-efficient storage of items from Artifacts to Zodiacs, and include books, boxes, bicycles, medical equipment and supplies, inventories, hard copy records, weapons, evidence, apparel, food, athletic equipment, corporate mail and copy centers and more.

Current space-saving projects in design and construction phase for CSM include Camp Pendleton Marine Base, Montgomery High School, Palomar Pomerado Hospital, Sharp Hospital, Qualcomm, US Mercy Ship, El Cajon Public Safety Center and International Rectifiers.
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