At AllFacilities, Inc., we focus on building use rather than just the occupants in the buildings. A sixty-story office building may have multiple tenants representing a whole host of business types; if you want to sell goods or services to the building manager/owner, your focus is that you’re reaching out to Class-A Commercial Office space. We can help you focus your efforts to target the correct building types that will be the best fit for you.
Commercial OfficeReal estate developers, commercial real estate brokers, Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) and private owners all own commercial office space to house tenants and to generate income. Some hold their properties for years; some are short-term investors. . Locating the property managers is usually straightforward, while reaching the actual owners is typically more difficult. Through our existing data and tenacity in research, we can reach both.
Education This sector includes higher education (colleges / universities), community colleges & vo-tech schools, along with both public and private K-12 school systems and specialty types such as museums, libraries, zoos, etc.
The healthcare sector has a broad cross-section of building types from metropolitan critical care facilities to regional hospitals to small clinics and labs. This data sector also includes health care systems, nursing homes and assisted living centers.
We understand the unique and varied requirements of Resorts, Hotels, Motels, and Casinos. AllFacilities can target these locations based on number of rooms, amenities, outside contracts for servicing, and various outdoor features that fit your particular products and services.
Spanning the range from heavy to light manufacturing, this sector covers a wide range of building types from steel processing to pharmaceutical, lumber to food processing, etc. Each type has its own unique needs and areas of critical importance, and is normally integrated within a larger corporate structure.
The multi-family housing segment ranges from ten or more unit apartment buildings with a single owner to huge complexes owned by real estate companies who own and manage their own facilities to condominium complexes that are owned by private owners associations.
Recreational facilities, including convention centers, arenas and stadiums, country clubs, golf courses, and amusement parks, face extraordinary challenges in the unique nature of their operations. Decision-making may overlap with hospitality management, and, similar to the hospitality industry, the decision makers can be hard to track down
Retail as a broad category takes in a very diverse group of building types from malls, shopping centers and large-box stores to restaurants, banks, grocery stores, etc. Each type has their own management / ownership patterns and unique needs and challenges.
This sector includes airports, bus, train and truck/freight handling facilities. With their unique nature of handling logistics, this sector has both indoor and outdoor facilities issues to deal with and solutions providers must have experience with this sector to approach it.
Customer Groups We Target
Building Owners/Facilities & Property Managers
Facilities managers, building owners and property managers are faced with rising building operating costs and are outsourcing these tasks to facilities or property management companies who become the “gatekeeper” for all facilities decisions. They can be an important partner in approaching an owner about a capital budget solution for their building. We manage data at the facility level and often know both the property management company and the owner information.
These property owners and managers are responsible for national field offices or retail spaces. Some are owned and some are franchised, but they all have common construction and facilities design and maintenance. From McDonald’s to Verizon Wireless stores to Lowe’s, we provide an outreach and sales team that understands how to coordinate centralized sales to disparate and often nationally dispersed locations.
This group of professionals drive the specifications for most of the commercial real estate in North America, both in existing buildings as well as new construction. They often specialize by vertical sectors and can be highly fragmented, yet they control many of the specification decisions in a facility. Extremely busy and hard to reach, architects require a sophisticated sales approach and a delicate balance between product detail and overall vision in your product education efforts.
This group of tradespeople are highly fragmented and can influence the substitution of products through value engineering as they construct, rehabilitate or modernize a building. Contractors may employ their own engineers, designers and specifiers and can be an important partner in providing key solutions to building owners and managers. They may also make the final choice among various products “on spec” for a particular project.
This group of consulting engineers drive the specifications for most of the commercial real estate in North America, both in existing buildings and in new construction. They specialize by vertical sectors and may influence many specification decisions in a facility, especially on larger projects.
Government (Federal, State and Municipal) and Non-Profit
Both governments and non-profits may own a wide range of building types, and the rules they must follow in managing their properties are often different than their commercial / private counterparts. Additionally, certain building / campus structures are unique to this sector, such as military bases, national/state parks, public utilities and houses of worship.