Phoenix Convention Center February 12-13, 2020
All Successful Projects Start and End with a HANDSHAKE
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W elcome to the S how ! ProExpos Group is proud to present the Southwest Buildings & Facilities Management Show & Conference. This event will feature companies displaying products and services necessary for the operation, management, maintenance and renovation of buildings and facilities in the southwest.
Markets served by SWBFM’20 include:
Schools & Universities Hospitals & Healthcare Facilities Municipal & Government Buildings Commercial Buildings Manufacturing Facilities Multi-Housing Complexes Major Sports Facilities Warehouses Airports Worship Facilities Hotels & Resorts Shopping Malls
Running concurrently with the trade show is an educational con- ference featuring 17 individual one-hour talks covering a wide range of topics including: LEED, Green, Sustainability, Energy, Building Commissioning, Facility Maintenance, Construction and Renovation Planning. IFMA - Greater Phoenix provides CFM credits and AFE provides CEU credits for all 17 Conference Talks.
A networking lunch 12:00pm, to 1:00pm Wednesday .
“Enjoy the Show!” - Your friends at ProExpos
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Wednesday • Feb. 12, 2020 9:00am | 5 ESSENTIALS FOR IMPROVING THE PROJECT CLOSEOUT PROCESS FOR FACILITIES TEAMS David Trask, Senior Solutions Director, ARC Facilities Learn about new trends and best practices for making the closeout handoff an easier more efficient process; and hear the requirements for successfully making the transition to working, responding and recovering faster. 9:00am | PREPARING FOR AND SOLVING EVERYDAY INCIDENTS Brook Werlinger, Branch Manager, Restoration Management Company An open forum to discuss how to prepare, execute and complete everyday incidents that happen during normal business hours and after hours. These incidents include water damage, fire damage and mold damage. Type of damaged material includes building material and electronics 9:00am | INTEGRATED DESIGN CONSTRUCTION Asa Plum, Senior Project Designer & Dir. Business Development, Shyft Collective An integration of perspectives, processes and approach from initial real estate selection through design, construction and post occupancy means a better path to better projects. 10:15am | NEXT PRACTICE IN REDUCING RISK: CLIENT EDUCATION Dr. Kenneth Sullivan, Professor, ASU; John Savicky, Dir. Sourcing Research, ASU; Dr. Kristen Hutado, Research Professor, ASU Low Performing Contractors are costing you more than you think! How much time do you spend with RFI’s, incom- plete/low quality submittals, change order claims, etc.? You may have no control over who the client/owner hires to build your project, but you can minimize that risk. Learn the next practice in risk reduction —– Client Education in 1) Tender practices that attract High Performing Contractors, 2) Better ways to evaluate expertise during selection, 3) Creating positive accountability, 4) Creating a measured environment during project delivery. You will learn about the value of an educated client and how you can lead them to better outcomes for their projects. High performing contractors reduce your risk, and make your efforts look their best. Go beyond the Best learn how to implement the Next Practices. 10:15am | SOLVING YOUR WATER LOSS FROM A TO Z Brock Werlinger, Branch Mgr., Restoration Management Co.; Erik Lundgaard, Pres.; MSE Environmental A breakdown of mitigating a water loss in your facility. Starting off by determining what needs to be done initially. Categorizing and defining the classification of the water. What procedures (per water category) to take during the mitigation process. What further damages may occur if loss is not mitigated properly. Lastly, what testing can be used to ensure loss is handled properly. Talk 6 – 11:30am - 12:30pm 10:15am | THE RELEVANCE OF DRONES REGARDING HIGHLY SPECIFIC DATA POINTS Melinda Sokolloski, CEO, MS Aerial Review of Drones and the ongoing ability to access complicated structures. This includes modeling, thermography and long term data cataloging. Melinda will review positive and negative challenges that have been brought forth by industry professionals and present enterprise solutions to safely collect pertinent information. 1:15pm | MAINTENANCE INNOVATION WITH FAULT DETECTION AND DIAGNOSTICS Jeremy Macdonald, Global Energy & Sustainability Director, ISS Facilities Services New technologies exist to diagnose and solve building maintenance challenges. With a comprehensive program building owners can realize significant cost reductions and maintenance teams can focus on root causes and higher value work. I will present our case study for FDD that won an innovation award from the DOE. 1:15pm | UNDERSTANDING HUMAN FACTORS AND THE IMPACT ON SAFETY Carly Baez, Dir. of Business Development, AZ Chapter National Safety Council We design our workplaces with the most well-intentioned efforts to improve Safety, yet incidents still occur. We need to look beyond the standards, the controls, the safety policies and safety training…we need to look at ourselves as humans and know that number one, we are far from perfect and number two, our emotions and what goes on in our every day lives can impact our day in a positive or negative way. 1:15pm | NAC TECHNOLOGY FOR HARD WATER Murphy Kormos, Founder,ScaleXPro Municipality water treatment continues to get worse. You’ll get an overview of 20th Century water treatment technology and issues they create for addressing hard water. Finally an introduction to 21st century water treatment with NAC technology for hard water.
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Getting Back to Dry Once you discover moisture, you need to address it right away and keep safety in mind. That means sealing off affected areas and only working on cleanup when you either know that there are no health risks to employees, or you have taken the proper precautions for keeping the cleanup crew safe. Learn more about recovering from water damage in our free guide, A Quick Guide to Water Damage. Download it here: https://hubs.ly/H0mzDg30. Interstate Restoration, a sub- sidiary of FirstService Corp., is one of the largest independent NorthAmerican restoration and reconstruction service provid- ers for commercial enterprises throughout the United States and Canada.
Common events like broken pipes, area-wide flooding or rain incursion can introduce different types of water into your building. Understanding the different classifications and considerations for cleanup as- sociated with each category of water is important in preventing potential safety hazards. Category 1: Clean Water Clean water typically comes directly from a sanitary source, such as water pipes, steam lines or rainwater. For water to be considered category I, it should look and smell like tap water. Typically, there aren’t any health risks associated with Category I water, unless the water makes contact with contaminants, for example. But you still need to respond
treated cooling water, some surface water, water from fire suppression systems or even discharges from equipment. It’s best to proceed with cau- tion. Gray water can be slightly to severely contaminated with microbial growth or other tox- ins, and direct or indirect ex- posure could potentially cause health issues. Category 3: Black Water Sources for black water could include water from sew- ers, rivers or the sea; it typically smells bad and is often cloudy. Infectious viruses, bacteria, parasites, and toxic and aller- genic materials can all lurk in black water so it’s best to keep employees and customers well away and it’s likely that you will need to replace most materials that it contacts.
quickly when Category 1 water is involved as microbial growth can begin in as little as 24 – 48 hours. Category 2: Gray Water Gray water typically comes from backed-up storm drains,
• Fire & Smoke Damage • Water & Flood Damage • Drying & Dehumidification • Mold Remediation • Asbestos Abatement • Storm Damage • Document Restoration • Temporary Power & HVAC Services • Biohazard & Trauma Scene Cleanup • General Contracting & Reconstruction Services
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Thursday • Feb. 13, 2020 9:00am | THE SCIENCE AND THE ART OF EFFECTIVE PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE
Marshall MacFarlane, Parks & Facilities Manager, Gilbert, Arizona Need to start a Preventative Maintenance (PM) program from scratch? Learn the basics from what to include, how to schedule and even a few tricks to ensure your staff are engaged in PM processes. 9:00am | INTRODUCING FACILITIES’ QUALITY INTO SERVICE Patrick Okamura, Facility Manager, BAE Systems Facilities is a service organization, however we are only as good as our workforce quality. Join me as we uncover the need to market organizational value and inform our internal staff as well as external service providers the incredible need to not only demonstrate value but deliver value. 9:00am | TAKING CONTROL OF FACILITY MAINTENANCE Tim Thomas, Sales Manager, Q Ware Gain a better understanding of how a CMMS (computerized maintenance management system) application can improve the management of your facilities. 10:15am | HOW I’M USING A UNIVERSITY FM CERTIFICATE PROGRAM TO DEVELOP MY STAFF & MY DEPARTMENT George Guilford, Asst. VP, Discount Tire; Nicholas Beaudin, Asst Mgr., Discount Tire; Dr. Kirsten, Research Professor, ASU Abstract We are all looking to develop our people, as we know that benefits our employees’ performance, our operations, sustainability, & more. But what’s the right approach for your people & organization? After searching for structures that service busy FMs, we’ve partnered with a university to create that training & structure. George Guilford, Assistant Vice President, Facility Operations at Discount Tire Co., will share their unique structure & the benefits he is seeing. Dr. Hurtado will share the adult learning principles utilized to help organizations understand how to implement a similar structure. 10:15am | GOING BEYOND BUILDINGS Patrick Okamura, Facility Manager, BAE Systems Join me as we discuss how facilities management must adjust our mindset from striving to develop and sustain smart buildings to researching our occupant needs. Buildings support the business, however employees support the customer FM’s must focus on meeting the needs of the employees. 10:15am | BUILDING COMMUNITIES OF COMPLIANCE Alan Miller, President / COO, SyberSafe The presentation focused on the current cyber-risk landscape and especially the threat to enterprises introduced by the supply chain; and how to most effectively and efficiently address the broad risk. The best way to address this risk is to build a community of compliance-focused on 4 key pillars, correct policy adoption, effective and efficient operations, best-in-industry cyber liability insurance and, most important, excellent training. 11:30am | LEVERAGING VDC INFORMATION IN BIM FOR FM Steven Ayer, Assistant Professor, ASU In this presentation, Dr. Steven Ayer (Assistant Professor at Arizona State University) will present his work on emerging virtual design and construction practices that leverage building information modeling (BIM). Much of his work has involved design and construction foci, which provide him with an in-depth understanding about current VDC practices. The resultant information generated in BIM during design and construction provide a wealth of opportunities for FM’s to better leverage BIM to make smarter operational decisions. These opportunities will be discussed during this session along with examples of the types of technologies that Ayer explores in his Emerging Technologies BIM Research Lab. All Conferences Earn: (1 CFM - IFMA) (.1 CEU - AFE)
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8 2020 SOUTHWEST BUILDINGS & FACILITIES MANAGEMENT SHOW & CONFERENCE Multifamily EZ Renovation System: Easy as 1-2-3 Sound Crete Contractors save owners time and money with Gyp-Crete ®
Maxxon revolutionized the construction industry with the invention of Gyp-Crete ® as a UL Fire-Rated replacement to lightweight concrete in multi- family construction. Inevitably, life will take its toll on those apartment subfloors, requiring unavoidable, costly renovations. Upon removal of the existing flooring, one or more common underlayment may be uncovered: • Dusty, soft gypsum or light- weight concrete that makes bonding with modern flooring and adhesives difficult • Significant cracks or areas of varying elevation • Areas of debonded gyp- sum underlayment completely exposing the sound mat or subfloor
Fortify Primer. Repair, don’t replace, the old, dusty gypsum or lightweight concrete sub- floor with Maxxon Fortify con- solidating primer. Two coats of Fortify will leave a strong, “like-new” surface ready for a leveling underlayment in ap- proximately 2 hours. Step 2: Pour Maxxon Level EZ self-leveling underlay- ment. Level EZ will flatten and smooth out floors at 1/4”, and is floor-goods ready next day. Step 3: Place Acousti-Top sound control mat. Loose laid or glued down with floor goods installed directly on top, Acousti-Top offers sound con- trol without added floor height. CASE STUDY When the owner of a 24 unit building in Phoenix AZ, decid-
ed to renovate, it soon became apparent that the floors of the second level units were in bad shape. Significantly cracked, damaged and debonded, the owner thought they were going to need to rip out and replace the old gypsum un- derlayment, which would have taken approximately 4 weeks to complete. The owner called on the experts at Sound Crete Contractors, who saw a text- book opportunity for the Multi- family EZ Renovation System. The project was completed in 2 days, saving the owners an estimated $34,000 in lost revenue. Let the experts at Sound Crete Contractors help with your next flooring challenge: call 480-813-6666 today!
• No sound mat in areas of carpet-to-hard surface conver- sions Traditional repair methods have historically meant choos- ing between extensive down- time or a temporary fix that must be repeated with each flooring change; neither option offering the opportunity meet or maintain UL Fire Design compliance, potentially put- ting the building owner in legal jeopardy. Maxxon makes multifamily renovations as easy as 1-2-3 with the Multifamily EZ Reno- vation System. Step 1 : Prime with Maxxon
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A-1 Concrete Repair & Waterproofing LLC 538 20280 N. 59th Ave., Suite 115-341 Glendale, AZ 85308 623-476-7425 email@example.com a-1crw.com
ARC Facilities 611 12657 Alcosta Blvd., Suite 200 San Ramon, CA 94583 925-235-6934 firstname.lastname@example.org arcfacilities.com Arizona Fire & Water Restoration, Inc. 737 4645 S. 36th Street Phoenix, AZ 85040 602-318-7731 email@example.com azfirewater.com Arizona Painting Co. 721 3235 N. Arizona Ave., Suite D10 Chandler, AZ 85225 602-648-3071 sales@arizonapainting company.com arizonapaintingcompany.com
ASSP - Arizona Chapte 427 201 E. Southern Ave. Tempe, AZ 85282 602-499-9215 President@az.assp.org az.assp.org ASU - Professional Development & Training 516 1232 E. Broadway Rd., Suite 106 Tempe, AZ 85282 480-965-2309 firstname.lastname@example.org pdt.engineering.asu.edu BELFOR Property Restoration 719 23610 N. 20th Street Suite#2 Phoenix, AZ 85085 602-639-1563 email@example.com www.us.belfor.com Benson Systems 629 2065 W. Obispo Ave., Suite 101 Gilbert, AZ 85233 480-892-8688 vanessa.castullo@bensonsys. com bensonsys.com Berlin Precision Construction 838 4300 N. Miller Rd. Scottsdale, AZ 85251 480-744-6219 isaac@berlinconstructioninc. com berlinconstructioninc.com
Climatec 515 2851 W Kathleen Rd. Phoenix, AZ 85053 602-214-0102 firstname.lastname@example.org climatec.com Continental Flooring Co. 539 9319 N. 94th Way, Suite 1000 Scottsdale, AZ 85258 480-949-8509 alexis@continentalflooring. com continentalflooring.com 8757 N 78th Ave. Peoria, AZ 85345 319-363-2073 jana.madsen@dctaylorco. com dctaylorco.com DC Group 632 1977 W River Road N Minneapolis, MN 55411 612-287-0701 email@example.com dc-group.com Desert Material Handling, LLC 519 PO Box 21416 Mesa, AZ 85277 602-258-3890 firstname.lastname@example.org deserthandling.com D. C. Taylor Co. 520
A-1 Golf Carts 825, 827
25820 S Arizona Ave. Chandler, AZ 85248 480-895-2000 Sales.A1Golf@gmail.com a1golfcarts.com Alpha Video Surveillance 527 900 W. Warm Springs Road Henderson, NV 89011 702-990-1454 email@example.com alphavs.com American Fire Equipment 534 3107 W. Virginia Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85009 602-433-2484 firstname.lastname@example.org americanfire.com APS Solutioins for Business 814 2020 N. Central Ave., Suite 900 Phoenix, AZ 8500 4602-385-0900 email@example.com aps.com/business
Arizona’s Best Equipment 440, 442
3455 S. 36th Street Phoenix, AZ 85040 602-437-2345
ASSA ABLOY Door Security Solutions of Arizona 840 10027 S 51st St, Suite 103 Phoenix, AZ 85044 602-494-3235 firstname.lastname@example.org assaabloydss.com
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E xhibitors by C ategory
Access Control 620, 622
Disaster Restoration 737
Facilities Services & Maintenance 611 ARC Facilities 632 DC Group 530 Express Facility Management 619 HACI Service LLC 714 ISS Facilities Services 739 K.M. Facility Services Facility Management 611 ARC Facilities 516 ASU - Professional Development & Training 530 Express Facility Management 714 ISS Facilities Services Fire Life Safety 534 American Fire Equipment Flooring 539 Continental Flooring Co. 741 Diversified Flooring-Phoenix, LLC 720 Durable Floors 729 Patcraft Furniture 626 Goodmans Interior Structures General Contractor 616 GCON Inc. Gym Floors 720 Durable Floors Hand Dryers 511, 513 Partitions & Accessories Co. Hard Water Solutions 821 Scalex Pro HVAC 629 Benson Systems 515 Climatec 619 HACI Service LLC 829 HVACR Today 627 IMCOR (Interstate Mechanical Corp) 716 Pueblo Mechanical & Controls, LLC 812 RectorSeal / Alert Labs 725 Southwest Trane 615 Spot Coolers 639 SRP Business Solutions
Arizona Fire & Water Restoration, Inc.
Asphalt Paving & Maintenance 816 Roadrunner Paving & Asphalt Maintenance
719 514 612 630 726
BELFOR Property Restoration
Restoration Management Co.
Titan Restoration of AZ
Zona Restoration Document Management 611 ARC Facilities
Interstate All Battery
Bedbug Extermination 715
EcoForce Heat Systems
Door Opening Solutions 840
ASSA ABLOY Door Security Solutions of Arizona
Boiler Service & Installation 819 Patriot Boiler
Electrical Services 829
Carts for Facilities Maintenance 413, 414
Electric League of AZ
Ultimate Cart & Dolly
Energy Efficiency 823
Energy Efficiency Pros Phoenix, LLC SRP Business Solutions
Energy Management 716
Concrete / Coating / Repair 538 A-1 Concrete Repair & Waterproofing LLC
Pueblo Mechanical & Controls, LLC
Sound Crete Contractors Inc.
Energy Rebates & Programs 814
APS Solutioins for Business
Construction Cleaning 537
Professional Window Cleaning
Environmental Management & Consulting 712 MSE Environmental Equipment Rentals & Sales 440, 442 Arizona’s Best Equipment 711, 713 Herc Rentals Facilities Construction & Maintenance 727 Skyline Builders & Restoration, Inc.
Construction Management / Services 838 Berlin Precision Construction 815 TEPCON Construction
Pueblo Mechanical & Controls, LLC
Design / Build 627 IMCOR
(Interstate Mechanical Corp)
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E xhibitors by C ategory
HVAC Systems Cleaning 739
Material Handling 519
Alpha Video Surveillance ASSA ABLOY Door Security Solutions of Arizona
K.M. Facility Services
Desert Material Handling, LLC
Infrared Testing 412
Mechanical Contractor 619 HACI Service LLC 627 IMCOR Office Furniture Markets West Office Furniture Painting 721
Benson Systems Safeguard Security
Genelco Inc. / Cx Testing
Smart Screens 611 Solar Energy 512
IT Consulting & Service 629 Benson Systems
(Interstate Mechanical Corp)
Intercom 620, 622
Arizona Painting Company
ASSP Arizona Chapter Electric League of AZ /
Janitorial Services 531
HVACR Today 529
DMS Facility Services Harvard Maintenance
Paint Stripping & Cleaning 522 Pro Blast, LLC
IFMA Greater Phoenix National Security Council - Arizona Chapter
Janitorial Supplies 531
Partitions 511, 513
Toilet Partitions 511, 513
DMS Facility Services
Partitions & Accessories Co.
Partitions & Accessories Co.
Kitchen Exhaust Cleaning 739
K.M. Facility Services
Paving Maintenance 631
Tradeshow Producer 442, 731 ProExpos Group Uninterruptible Power Service (UPS) 632 DC Group Utility Vehicles / Golf Carts 825, 827 A-1 Golf Carts Video Surveillance Systems 527 Alpha Video Surveillance 620, 622 Lanmore Services Waterproofing 538 A-1 Concrete Repair & Waterproofing LLC
Mariposa Landscapes Inc Yellowstone Landscape
Pest Control 715
EcoForce Heat Systems Truly Nolen of America
Leak Detection 812
RectorSeal / Alert Labs
Life Safety 629
RectorSeal / Alert Labs
Fire Security Electronics &
Portable HVAC Rentals 615 Spot Coolers
Water Filtration Treatment 821 Scalex Pro Window Cleaning 537 Professional Window Cleaning Window Film 642 Metro Tint Windows / Glass 817
Pumps & Pump Repair 730 RediPump LLC
Energy Efficiency Pros Phoenix, LLC
SRP Business Solutions
Lockers 511, 513
Partitions & Accessories Co.
Gorman Roofing Services, Inc.
D. C. Taylor Co.
True View Windows & Glass
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Diversified Flooring Services-Phoenix, LLC 741 7898 E Acoma Dr., Suite 107 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 480-967-7600 email@example.com dfsaz.com 3229 W. Mohave St. Phoenix, AZ 85009 602-980-2344 firstname.lastname@example.org dlcresources.com DMS Facility Services 531 1040 Arroyo Dr. South Pasadena, CA 91030 626-305-8500 david.kraushaar@ dmsfacilityservices.com dmsfacilityservices.com 7620 E. Via Del Placito Scottsdale, AZ 85258 480-361-5494 email@example.com durablefloors.com EcoForce Heat Systems 715 2432 W Peoria Ave., Suites 1187 / 1188 Phoenix, AZ 85029 480-304-5649 rgoodell@ecoforceheat systems.com ecoforceheatsystems.com DLC Resources 732 Durable Floors 720
Electric League of AZ / HVACR Today 829 2702 N. 3rd Street, Suite 2020 Phoenix, AZ 85004 602-263-8519 firstname.lastname@example.org electricleagueofarizona.org hvacrtodayaz.com Energy Efficiency Pros Phoenix, LLC 823 16650 N 91st St., Suite 107 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 480-585-9161 email@example.com eepros.com Express Facility Management 530 1022 E. Vista Del Cerro Dr. Tempe, AZ 85281 866-726-9527 ben.carranco @expressfacilitymgt.com expressfacilitymanagement. com
Genelco Inc. / Cx Testing 412 10443 N cavecreek Rd #205 Phoenix, AZ 85020 602-723-0409 firstname.lastname@example.org cxtesting.com Goodmans Interior Structures 626 1400 E Indian School Rd. Phoenix, AZ 85014 602-263-1110 email@example.com dmsfacilityservices.com Gorman Roofing Services, Inc. 426 2229 E. University Phoenix, AZ 85034 602-262-2423 firstname.lastname@example.org gormanroofingservices.com HACI Service LLC 619 2108 W. Shangri-La Road Phoenix, AZ 85020 602-944-1555 haciprocurement@ Harvard Maintenance, Inc. 719 60 South Sixth Street, Suite 2500 Minneapolis, MN 55402 612-237-1426 email@example.com harvardmaint.com hacimechanical.com hacimechanical.com
Herc Rentals 711, 713 12040 North 91st Ave. Peoria, AZ 85345 480-318-2891 firstname.lastname@example.org hercrentals.com
6730 E McDowell Rd Scottsdale, AZ 85257 888-988-4798 email@example.com hq98.com
IFMA Greater Phoenix 529 PO Box 13968 Tempe, AZ 85284 602-570-8808 Admin@ifmaphoenix.org ifmaphoenix.org IMCOR (InterstateMechanical Corp) 627 1841 E. Washington Street Phoenix, AZ 85034 602-257-1319 firstname.lastname@example.org imcor-az.com Interstate All Battery 528 8582 N. 91st Ave. Peoria, AZ 85345 623-847-7444 email@example.com interstatebatteries.com
Fire Security Electronics & Communications, Inc. 634
17621 N. 25th Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85023 602-564-7770 firstname.lastname@example.org fsec.net
GCON Inc. 616 1606 W. Whispering Wind Dr., Suite 1 Phoenix, AZ 85085 602-881-0622 email@example.com gconinc.com
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Interstate Restoration 514 4665 S. Ash Ave., Suite G-13 Tempe, AZ 85282 602-714-7290 jkimbrell@interstatere storation.com interstaterestoration.com ISS Facilities Services 714 1017 Central Pkwy N., Suite100 San Antonio, TX 78232 210-439-9665 K.M. Facility Services 739 5631 N. 52nd Ave. Glendale, AZ 85301 623-930-5490 firstname.lastname@example.org kmfacserv.com Lanmor Services Inc 620, 622 2058 W. Rose Garden Ln Phoenix, AZ 85027 623-680-1074 shelby.scholze@ us.issworld.com
Markets West Office Furniture 826 4007 E. Washington St. Phoenix, AZ 85034 602-275-2226 email@example.com www.marketswest.com Metro Tint Inc. 642 5205 W. Montebello Ave. Suite A-3 Glendale, AZ 85301 602-568-8100 firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com metrotint.com 19 East 8th Ave. Mesa, AZ 85210 480-646-4781 jtucker@morganpavement .com morganpavement.com MSE Environmental 712 18444 N 25th Ave., Suite 420 Phoenix, AZ 85023 602-388-1089 firstname.lastname@example.org msenational.com National Security Council - Arizona Chapter 429 16841 N. 31st Ave., Building 5 Phoenix, AZ 85053 602-264-2394 email@example.com acnsc.org Morgan Pavement 631
Partitions & Accessories Co. 511, 513 1220 S. Pasadena Mesa, AZ 85210 480-969-6606 firstname.lastname@example.org partitionsco.com
ProExpos Group 442, 731 20885 Redwood Road, Suite #344 Castro Valley, CA 94546 510-888-1661 email@example.com swbfm.net
Professional Window Cleaning 537
12540 E Lupine Ave. Scottsdale, AZ 85259 480-276-8355 brad.tornabene@patcraft. com patcraft.com Patriot Boiler 819 4120 E.Madison Street Phoenix, AZ 85034 480-797-9349 firstname.lastname@example.org patriotboiler.com
1835 E 6th Street Tempe, AZ 85281 602-663-2466 getmywindowsclean@ gmail.com getmywindowsclean.com Pueblo Mechanical & Controls, LLC 537 6771 E Outlook Drive Tucson, AZ 85756 602-499-2172 news@pueblo-mechanical. com pueblo-mechanical.com
3441 Grand Ave. Phoenix, AZ 5012 602-751-3662 email@example.com www.pavecon.com
Q Ware 526 150 State Street Rochester, NY 14468 585-754-6449 firstname.lastname@example.org cscos.com
PLG, LLC 614 19442 E. Warner Rd. Mesa, AZ 85212 480-218-6104
adam@phxlightinggroup. com email@example.com plgled.com
RectorSeal / Alert Labs 812 2601 Spenwick Drive Houston, TX 77055 713-263-8001 bob.allomong@rectorseal. com rectorseal.com
Mariposa Landscapes Inc 532 7677 N. 67th Ave. Glendale, AZ 85301 623-463-2200 firstname.lastname@example.org mariposaaz.com
Pro Blast, LLC 522 2472 E. Dogwood Drive Chandler, AZ 85286 602-714-0451 email@example.com problastaz.com
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RediPump LLC 730 1050 North Fairway Drive Unit D101 Avondale, AZ 85323 602-786-7867 firstname.lastname@example.org redipump.com Restoration Management Co. 612 4142 Point Eden Way Hayward, CA 94545 916-215-0965 email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org rmc.com Roadrunner Paving & Asphalt Maintenance 816 1959 S Power Rd #103-419 Mesa, AZ 85206 480-220-3505 kendall@roadrunnerpavingaz. com roadrunnerpavingaz.com Safeguard Security 437 8454 N 90th St. Scottsdale, AZ 85258 480-254-9599 email@example.com safeguard.us
SealMaster 420 2003 West McDowell Road Phoenix, AZ 85009 602-253-4660 firstname.lastname@example.org sealmaster.net Sherwin Williams 419 2225 W. Whisper Winds Dr. Phoenix, AZ 85085 602-750-5993 email@example.com sherwin-williams.ccom
Southwest Trane 725 850 W. Southern Ave. Tempe, AZ 85282 480-748-9980 firstname.lastname@example.org
True View Windows & Glass 817 2222 E. Jones Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85040 602-431-8783 email@example.com trueviewglass.com Truly Nolen Pest Control 722 42711West Indian School Rd. Phoenix, AZ 85017 800-468-7859 firstname.lastname@example.org www.trulynolen.com Ultimate Cart and Dolly 413, 414 724 N Industrial Dr. 7B Camp Verde, AZ 86322 928-300-5879 courtney@ultimatecart anddolly.com ultimatecartanddolly.com Yellowstone Landscape 628 12312 E. Riggs Rd. Chandler, AZ 85249 480-782-5296 dmacari@yellowstoneland scape.com yellowstonelandscape.com
Spot Coolers 615 2465 S Industrial Park Ave., #C Tempe, AZ 85282 800-367-8675
robert.breitenstein @spot-coolers.com spot-coolers.com
Skyline Builders & Restoration, Inc. 727 2401 N. 24th Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85009 602-404-0842 email@example.com azsbr.com
SRP Business Solutions 639 3100 W. Ray Rd., #230 Chandler, AZ 85226 602-236-3054 firstname.lastname@example.org savewithsrpbiz.com
TEPCON Construction 815 2113 E Rio Salado Parkway Tempe, AZ 85281 480-861-1963 email@example.com tepcon.com
SOLON Corporation 512 2155 N. Forbes Blvd. #101 Tucson, AZ 85745 520-807-1300 firstname.lastname@example.org solonamerica.com Sound Crete Contractors Inc. 613 2615 S. 40th St. Phoenix, AZ 85034 480-813-6666 email@example.com soundcrete.us
Zona Restoration 726 PO Box 25908 Tempe, AZ 85285 480-656-3999 bjohnson
Titan Restoration of AZ 630 2848 N. Omaha Mesa, AZ 85215 480-649-5050 firstname.lastname@example.org titan911.com
Scalex Pro 821
1979 E Indigo Ct. Gilbert, AZ 85298 480-238-7429 email@example.com scalexpro.com
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One-Stop-Shop for LED lighting and services. Providing Audits, Design, Manufacture, Install and Maintenance After
Booth #614 Phone: 480-218-6104 www.plgled.com
LED Lighting Solutions
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A-1 Concrete Repair & Waterproofing LLC A-1 Golf Carts Alpha Video Surveillance American Fire Equipment APS Solutions for Business ARC Facilities Arizona Fire & Water Restoration, Inc. Arizona Painting Company Arizona’s Best Equipment ASSA ABLOY Door Security Solutions of Arizona ASSP - Arizona Chapter ASU - Professional Development & Training BELFOR Property Restoration Benson Systems Berlin Precision Construction Climatec Continental Flooring Company D. C. Taylor Co. DC Group Desert Material Handling, LLC Diversified Flooring Services-Phoenix, LLC DLC Resources DMS Facility Services Durable Floors EcoForce Heat Systems Electric League of AZ / HVACR Today Energy Efficiency Pros Phoenix, LLC Express Facility Management Fire Security Electronics & Communications, Inc GCON Inc. Genelco Inc. / Cx Testing
538 825, 827 527 534 814 611 737 721 440, 442 840 427 516 719 629 838 515 539 520 632 519 741 732 531 720 715 829 823 530 634 616 412 626 426 619 719 711, 713
Interstate Restoration ISS Facilities Services K.M. Facility Services Lanmor Services Inc. Markets West Office Furniture Mariposa Landscapes Inc Metro Tint Inc.
514 714 739 620, 622 826 532 642 631 712 429 511, 513 729 819 813 614 522 442, 731 537 537 526 812 730 612 816 437 821 420 419 727 512 613 725 615 639 815 630 817 722 413, 414
Morgan Pavement MSE Environmental National Security Council - Arizona Chapter Partitions & Accessories Co. Patcraft Patriot Boiler Pavecon PLG, LLC Pro Blast, LLC ProExpos Group Professional Window Cleaning Pueblo Mechanical & Controls, LLC Q Ware RectorSeal / Alert Labs RediPump LLC Restoration Management Company Roadrunner Paving & Asphalt Maintenance Safeguard Security
Scalex Pro SealMaster Sherwin Williams Skyline Builders & Restoration, Inc. SOLON Corporation Sound Crete Contractors Inc. Southwest Trane Spot Coolers
Goodmans Interior Structures Gorman Roofing Services, Inc. HACI Service LLC Harvard Maintenance, Inc. Herc Rentals HQ98.com IFMA Greater Phoenix IMCOR (Interstate Mechanical Corp) Interstate All Battery
SRP Business Solutions TEPCON Construction Titan Restoration of AZ True View Windows & Glass Truly Nolen of America Ultimate Cart and Dolly Yellowstone Landscape Zona Restoration
430 529 627 528
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COOLING TOWER RESTORATIONS AND MORE!
K.M. Facility Services, LLC takes pride in providing clients with the highest quality of service at a reasonable rate.
Our employees are committed in providing you with the best service possible in a consistently proficient manner.
Owner, Kevin Uilkie has twenty five years' experience in HVAC, confined space, high structure, and cooling tower cleaning.
Our dedicated employees look forward in building a long-lasting relationship with you and your facility needs.
• Cooling Tower Cleaning • Cooling Tower fill change outs • Evaporative Cooler Maintenance • Coils and Air Handler Cleaning
• High Structure Cleaning • HVAC Systems Restorations • Video Robot Inspections • Confined Space Cleaning • Fire/Smoke Damper Linkage • Pressure Washing
• Ductwork Cleaning • Ductwork Sealing • General Exhaust Cleaning
5631 N. 52nd Ave • Glendale, AZ 85301 623-930-5490 • www.kmfacserv.com
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LLC FLOORS DURABLE Decades of experience with commercial floors. No Waxing, Buffing, or Striping ever again. Some coating lasting 6 years or more. Exclusively contracted with Arizonza Gym Floors
medical Durable Floors provides facilities managers with expert advice on the most effective commercial floor coatings and application processes. “O” VOC so patients and staff can be in the area during application. education Our cutting edge floor coatings can be applied on school floors such as Cafeterias, Halls, Rest Rooms, Shower and Locker rooms. business Our team can recommend durable commercial floor coatings that deliver the high gloss, long-lasting results your business is looking for. contact us Floyd, Rob or Javier Phone (480) 677-9555 Visit durablefloors.com
“ When Arizona Gym Floors introduced us to their Durable Floors coating to eliminate the wax, we were of course, concerned about the cost. After receiving their quote, we analyzed our costs to maintain our floors and found that the Durable Floors coating actually SAVED us money! That made the decision to have them work on our floors easy! We were able to have them coat ALL our cafeterias/gym floors throughout the district.” Cyndie Mattox Assistant Superintendant Winslow USDPage 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Page 5 Page 6 Page 7 Page 8 Page 9 Page 10 Page 11 Page 12 Page 13 Page 14 Page 15 Page 16 Page 17 Page 18 Page 19 Page 20 Page 21 Page 22 Page 23 Page 24
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