Mellanox Technologies has selected A. Anthony Corp. to support FM services for the US portfolio of corporate occupied space.
Mellanox Technologies (NASDAQ: MLNX) is a leading supplier of end-to-end Ethernet and InfiniBand intelligent interconnect solutions and services for servers, storage, and hyper-converged infrastructure. Mellanox intelligent interconnect solutions increase data center efficiency by providing the highest throughput and lowest latency, delivering data faster to applications and unlocking system performance. Mellanox offers a choice of high performance solutions: network and multicore processors, network adapters, switches, cables, software and silicon, that accelerate application runtime and maximize business results for a wide range of markets including high performance computing, enterprise data centers, Web 2.0, cloud, storage, network security, telecom and financial services. More information is available at www.mellanox.com.
Founded in 1999, Mellanox Technologies is headquartered in Sunnyvale, California and Yokneam, Israel.
AAC is now delivering reactive repair services to Reddaway distribution centers. The work comes as part of the ISS portfolio of clients.
Reddaway is an American trucking company based in Oregon. The company is based in Clackamas, Oregon and its parent company is YRC Worldwide Inc. As of 2013, the company employs 2,600 people and has annual revenue of over $335 million.
ISS has entered into a master service agreement with AAC to assist in providing reactive building repairs to select ISS clients nationwide.
ISS is a leading global provider of facility services, offering services on an international scale with leveraged knowledge and experience. “ISS is a great partner that we have a really good fit with.” stated company president Anthony Serdula. “The ISS account management teams have been greatly focused on bringing value add programs to their clients and we have a great story for helping with their service lines. We are really excited to work with ISS.”
AAC is now delivering reactive repair services to Regional Finance locations. The work comes as part of the ISS portfolio of clients.
Services for the United Methodist Church have been expanded to the Florida Conference. The expansion comes after several years of work for the Western North Carolina and Rio Texas Conferences. The work will assist the Conference with dormant properties as well as operating building repairs, property valuation and brokerage coordination.
“The Florida Conference is a great group of people and we’re lucky to be working with them.” stated company president Anthony Serdula. “We look forward to continued growth with the Methodist Church.”
AAC has been awarded a Facility and Property Management contract to oversee TIAA’s corporate headquarters in Charlotte, NC along with TIAA’s midtown Manhattan location. Combined the buildings cover roughly 1.75 million square feet.
TIAA started out nearly 100 years ago to help ensure teachers could retire with dignity. Today, millions of people who work at nonprofits, including academic, research, medical, government and cultural fields, rely on our wide range of financial products and services. The firm has $970B under management with inverstments in more than 50 countries as of September 2016. “We are honored that the TIAA Corporate Service team selected us given the field of competition from the global RE service companies.” stated company president, Anthony Serdula. “I think we resonated with a fresh approach. The ability to bring innovation, completely aligned with the Enterprise goals to add value. And we were fortunate to find a Client that gave us a budget to THINK. Thinking seems to be in short supply today.”
AAC partnered with Cushman & Wakefield who is providing on site resources for both facility and property management as a prime subcontractor. Services officially started Jan.1, 2016.
AAC has signed a new client, ProBuild. Services include support and oversight of dormant properties as well as assisting with capital projects as needed. This is a nationwide assignment.
“The folks at ProBuild have been just super to work with.” stated company president Anthony Serdula. “We love the type of work they need and are really excited to get working on the account. It makes it easy when we get to deal with great professionals.” Services started in March and will be ongoing.
Services for the United Methodist Church have been expanded to the Rio Texas Conference. The expansion comes after several years of work for the Western North Carolina Conference. The work is assisting the church with dormant properties as well as operating building repairs as needed.
“The United Methodist Church is a very valued client and we are excited to expand with them.” stated company president Anthony Serdula. “This move into Texas is exciting and we are fortunate to be working with great folks at the Rio Texas Conference. We look forward to great things with the conference.” Services in Texas commenced last month and will be ongoing.
The AAC team is busy this week installing a new back up generator for a Mondelez distribution center in Weston, FL. This is replacement of an existing unit. The AAC emergency services team helps clients engineer, install, maintain and replace critical equipment that is needed when the power goes out. It’s not uncommon for Mondelez to be the only open food distribution center during a crisis. That means lots of product moves when others can’t deliver.
A special thanks to David Harkness and John Petrick from AAC for their work on this project.
Keeping recurring contracts optimized at a building is not an easy task. Site personnel are focused on running the business rather than the building which is what they are supposed to do. As a result it’s not uncommon things slip through the cracks. How much? Anywhere from 20-40%. This includes services like janitorial, landscaping, heating and cooling, and any other regular service being delivered to the building.