Matthew Wallace Takes New Leadership Position at CBS Field Services

CBS Field Services, a NETA Accredited Company (NAC) specializing in electrical testing and maintenance, commissioning, and arc flash and other power engineering studies, is pleased to announce the appointment of Matthew Wallace as President.

Wallace replaces former president Dan Hook, who has been appointed Vice President of Western Business at CBS Field Services. Wallace was Vice President for more than 9 years. He is an accomplished and tireless leader who has consistently demonstrated exceptional strategic vision and operational expertise during his tenure with CBS Field Services, including achieving excellence in data center acceptance testing.

“Matt’s impressive track record, coupled with his deep understanding of our industry, positions him as the ideal candidate to lead CBS Field Services into a new era of success,” says Hook. “His collaborative leadership style and dedication to fostering a positive corporate culture have earned him the respect and admiration of his colleagues at CBS Field Services and throughout the Group CBS enterprise.”

Wallace assumed the position of president of CBS Field Services on January 1, 2024. For more information, visit CBSFieldServices.com or call 888-395-2021.

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