RealtyCom was honored to be a VIP sponsor and attend the Hunt Heroes Foundation Gala a little over a week ago in Charleston, SC. Our CEO and COO, Annie Manfredi and Cristy Boucher had the opportunity to discuss issues facing military families with our clients Jeff Dodig and Karen Plesh from Hunt Military Communities. We are proud to be a part of such a rewarding organization whose focus is to improve the quality of life for Military Families who sacrifice so much for us day-in and day-out. To learn more about their efforts and how you can help, please visit https://lnkd.in/g–22AJ.
RealtyCom represents over 200 active construction projects across the country. We understand our developer-partners have so many considerations when building a new project, and are tasked with creating a Basis of Design and reviewing engineering plans that will ensure our clients meet important objectives and deadlines for crucial milestones in regard to telecommunications.
It’s important to have a thoughtful approach on how many providers and what infrastructure you may want to install now and have a contingency plan for the future. Important deadlines for life-safety, MPOE readiness, and service activation are critical to opening your project on-time.
The most common question we receive from our clients is, “When is the right time to get RealtyCom involved?” We discussed this and other important questions with our Senior Vice President of New Construction, Phil Veletzos….
- What is the process with a client when discussing a new project?
Typically, we get engaged with clients 2-3 years before the anticipated first resident move-in date and host a kick-off call with Owner representatives. This usually takes place after entitlements and provides us with an opportunity to gather basic project information including timing, structures involved, number of units, retail/commercial spaces, common area amenity list, and any other project information that […]
In the midst of all the tragic fires that our beloved and beautiful state of California endured this year, heroes leave their normal lives to help those in need. James Woody Faircloth of Comcast and his 6-year old daughter spent their Thanksgiving driving from Denver to Paradise, CA bringing an RV and supplies using a GoFundMe account and will be donating it to a first responder family who lost their home. Woody’s daughter told her Dad that she was 100% on board and that God and Santa would really be proud of us – On a separate occasion our very own, Phil Veletzos joined forces with Woody to deliver and donate another RV to a family who also lost their home in the Northern California fires. – One act of kindness can change the world.