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BOMA 2019 Expo: Discussing the Talent Gap in Commercial Real Estate

The commercial real estate industry is experiencing a shortage of talent in the workforce as senior employees retire. At the BOMA 2019 International Conference & Expo in Salt Lake City, three organizations: BOMA Georgia, Able Services and the Apartment and Office Building Association of Metropolitan Washington (AOBA), will be presenting as a panel to address the issue of developing the next generation of building engineers.Recruiting the Next Generation of Building Engineers Part 2: A Continued Discussion from BOMA 2018 seeks to expand upon the topic at BOMA’s 2019 conference. Mark Kelly, President of Able Services, will be moderating the panel with panelist members Ty Chilcote, Gabriel Eckert, and Marc Fischer. The panel will explain why and how real estate professionals will prepare to accommodate for the next generation of building engineers. Hiring under-qualified workers in skilled positions may initially save money but will put stress on a building’s overall performance and can be costly in the long-run. Injuries, malfunctioning equipment, and retaining leases will be hard to manage if a building is not operating optimally. The transfer of knowledge to the next generation, the development of a local standards, and training will all be discussed at this hour-long panel presentation.


SuperGreen Energy Powers Our Corporate HQ in San Francisco

Able Services is committed to revolutionizing solutions where we work and live. With that in mind, we’re proud to announce that our corporate HQ in the heart of San Francisco’s SOMA district is now sourcing 100% renewable energy through SFPUC’s CleanPowerSF program.


Ryan Darfler Is Making A Difference With MAD Dog Rescue

Natural disasters displace people from their families, damage homes and cause work stoppages. While Able Services annually contributes to the Red Cross & helps its clients by restoring damaged properties, others have taken it upon themselves to “make a difference."

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