Contemporary Services Corporation (CSC) has announced its newly opened Reno branch office which will serve the Northern Nevada-Lake Tahoe region. This is CSC’s second Nevada branch office, following the opening of its Las Vegas branch last year. The Reno office will be led by Branch Manager Chris Brockway, who joined CSC in October 2010. Mr. Brockway has approximately 30 years of experience in both the public and private sector, working in California and Nevada. Most recently he was the Security-Safety Supervisor for the Reno Sparks Convention Center where he became involved in community-wide disaster preparedness and successfully established professional working relationships with local, state, and federal agencies. He served on the Nevada Governor’s Task Force for Mass Evacuation and Mass Shelters as well as the Mass Fatality Plan Taskforce. Mr. Brockway possesses a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminology from California State University, Fresno and a Masters Degree in Public Administration from Golden Gate University, San Francisco. He is a Certified Protection Professional (CPP) within ASIS International, an active member of International Association of Venue Managers (IAVM), and he continues to attend various Homeland Security training courses, including the Academy for Venue Safety & Security.
CSC is the world leader in crowd management, security, event staffing and guest services for the entertainment and sporting event industries. With more than 44 years of experience, CSC has garnered a loyal and esteemed client base, including more than 100 stadiums and arenas, over 80 universities and colleges, more than 20 convention centers, and numerous clients in the MLB, MLS, NBA, NFL, NHL, and NASCAR. CSC also has experience providing services for the world’s most prestigious special events, including College Bowl Games, Final Four Tournaments, US Open Tennis, 29 Super Bowls, 7 Olympic Games, 4 Presidential Inaugurations, 2 Papal Visits, and 2 FIFA World Cups. CSC operates more than 45 branch locations throughout the United States and Canada.