FACILITIES & PROPERTY MANAGEMENT
“(Property Management) comprises establishments primarily engaged in managing real estate properties on behalf of property owners (on a contract or fee basis). These establishments are engaged in administrative and co-ordination activities, such as the negotiation and approval of lease agreements, the collection of rental payments, the administration of contracts for property services (for example, cleaning, maintenance and security) and the preparation of accounting statements.” [i]
“Facility management is a profession that encompasses multiple disciplines to ensure functionality of the built environment by integrating people, place, process and technology.” [ii]
Our team works with those that own or operate within a number of different building types included in the following sectors:
PMC Specialist Recruitment Solutions represents a number of different specialists within this market and includes:
- VP’s of Construction
- Construction Managers
- Facilities Managers
- Property Managers
- Building Operators
DAILY COMMERCIAL NEWS
SCRANTON, PA. — A runaway bulldozer has smashed into a home in Pennsylvania, injuring its operator. Dunmore police say Alan Baker was operating the bulldozer for Latona Construction in Dunmore on Thursday when he got tossed from the machine. Police Chief Sal Marchese tells the Times-Tribune that Baker tried to get back on and stop the machine, […]
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WASHINGTON — Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland was recently in the heart of the U.S. Capitol, where she’s denouncing the Trump administration’s steel and aluminum tariffs as illegal and absurd. Freeland reiterated Canada’s opposition to the tariffs after a meeting with the influential U.S. Senate foreign relations committee in Washington. She’s the first Canadian politician […]
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SEATTLE — Seattle leaders recently repealed a tax on large companies such as Amazon and Starbucks after a backlash from businesses, a stark reversal from a month ago when city council unanimously approved the effort to combat a growing homelessness crisis. A divided crowd chanted, jeered and booed at the council meeting, drowning out the leaders as […]
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