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Case Study Overview A national REIT with thousands of properties anchored mostly by well-known grocery chains was looking to consolidate their capital expenditures with one company. Some of the outcomes they hoped to achieve included improved pricing, faster...read more
The Customer: A premier kitchen and bath distributor twice named America’s “Wholesaler of the Year”. The company is responsible for supplying some of the most exclusive residences, opulent estates, hotels, landmarks, sports stadiums, hospitals, and universities in the...read more
Project Theme A multi-site healthcare company had converted an old warehouse into their own version of a Think Tank. Designed to allow both small and large groups to workshop issues, the space had become part of the fabric of the business. The challenge was when the...read more
The Customer: Small box retailer with thousands of mall locations. The Objective: This retailer needed an interior lighting maintenance program that would reduce their annual lighting and electrical maintenance costs. The Challenge: With more than 2,000 stores of...read more
Project Theme A national hotel chain was 6 months into a landscape contract that included 4 regional suppliers and 3 national suppliers. Initial feedback on services were inconsistent. Their own Hotel Managers were providing mixed reviews of how the program was going...read more
Project Theme This specific multi-location retailer was exploring a process for landscape improvements across its portfolio. However, they needed to develop not just a potential scope and a workflow but also a long-term budget plan (10-15 years) to address their...read more
Project Theme When retailers are tasked with a project that involves multiple locations, time constraints and a fixed budget they are focused on putting together the best plan of attack for success. The CEO of Nike, Mark Parker, delivers the message crystal...read more