New location will make reusable wall systems widely available for renovation and construction, supporting the forward-thinking city’s commitment to reducing waste

Temporary Wall Systems (TWS), the first and leading full-service, temporary containment wall provider in the United States, highlighted its grand opening with a booth at the International Facility Management Association’s World Workplace Expo on Sept. 27 – 29 at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver, Colorado.

The new business is owned by Mike Guy,  Guy, who has worked as an IT consultant, owns and rents several properties throughout Denver, and he’s familiar with the renovation process. He’s ready to show eco-conscious Denverites how TWS will allow them complete renovations without having to waste building supplies traditionally used for temporary containment. 

“Owning and operating Colorado’s first Temporary Wall Systems in an environmentally conscious city like Denver is a great opportunity for me to support its sustainability initiatives,” Guy said. “I’m proud to be part of the solution. I want to help business owners and contractors make a positive change by giving them new options for reducing construction waste.” 

“When the new ordinance begins, we want Denver to know we’re here to help,” Guy said.

Guy has been part of the Denver community for more than 25 years. In addition to his work as an IT consultant, he has a real estate license and has bought and sold residential properties in the area for several years. He and his wife, Heather, have two children, and the family enjoys outdoor activities.

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