March 20, 2015 // Franchising.com // RANCHO CUCAMONGA, Calif. – Building maintenance in the Inland Empire is about to be redefined.
City Wide, America’s premier building maintenance management company, today announced it will soon open a new office serving commercial properties throughout the Inland Empire and surrounding communities. The office is expected to be open for business by mid-March 2015. Local building owners and property management companies will soon have access to a single-source solution for all of their building maintenance needs.
“Every day and night throughout the country, City Wide manages more than 20 building maintenance services for nearly 100 million square feet of commercial space,” said Michael Castillo, principal of City Wide of Inland Empire. “I am looking forward to extending our reach and meeting the demand for facility services throughout my community. It will only be a matter of time before City Wide of Inland Empire becomes the leading building maintenance management company in the region.”
City Wide has made a name for itself in major U.S. cities by streamlining commercial facilities and maintenance management of more than 20 services through a collection of service providers and alliance partners, including floor care, window washing, janitorial supplies, parking lot maintenance, and several others. Taking the onus off building owners and property management companies that typically have to choose separate companies for each task, City Wide eases the selection and management processes for its clients.
“By joining the City Wide family, clients will instantly gain the knowledge, innovation, and power of a national system that works together to share best practices,” added Castillo. “We develop ongoing strategies to better serve our clients through a talented collection of service providers, proven negotiation tactics, and close, personal service from our field and office staff members.”
Prior to launching City Wide of Inland Empire, Castillo built a successful career in the financial services industry that spanned more than a decade. Holding top executive level positions with Bank of America and UBS, as well as launching his own consultancy specializing in helping small banks broaden and strengthen their financial services offering, Castillo has made a name for himself in the banking and financial services industry. He hopes to leverage his extensive experience in business management and development, as well as finance and sales, to drive growth for his City Wide office.
Beyond the loyalty it builds with clients, City Wide plays an important role within the local economies it serves by putting business back into the community. Smaller, independent, and locally owned maintenance companies pair up with City Wide, benefitting from the professional demeanor City Wide brings to the table with its clients.
For more information about City Wide of Inland Empire and the services it offers, please visit www.gocitywide.com/inlandempire, e-mail email@example.com, or call (909) 353-3958.
Founded in 1961, City Wide has become synonymous with building maintenance in its home Kansas City market and the 40-plus U.S. regions where it has grown through franchising since 1999. A single-source solution for all building maintenance services, City Wide contracts with independent service providers to give clients access to dozens of interior and exterior services. City Wide simplifies the maintenance matters that mean most to building owners, operators and management companies, easing the time, stress and resources typically required to oversee an entire facility.
For more information about City Wide’s services, please visit www.gocitywide.com.
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