Over half a dozen communities will benefit from nearby commercial property management services as City Wide of Central Pennsylvania opens a new office serving Harrisburg, Hershey, Lebanon, Lancaster, York, Carlisle and surrounding areas, starting Nov. 9.
Local building owners and property managers will be able to access the Harrisburg area office, owned and operated by Alan and Naila Matheson, as a “single-source solution,” saving time and resources when tracking down service providers for real estate maintenance work.
"The demand for professional building maintenance management services has never been greater," Alan Matheson, company president, said. "Because of our unique business model, we are able to satisfy the maintenance needs of commercial properties, while reducing the amount of stress and time associated with managing multiple service providers. Our clients instantly gain the knowledge, innovation and power of a national system that works together to share best practices."
Originally from the U.K., the Mathesons are proud to be U.S. citizens and to have roots in central Pennsylvania. The couple looks forward to cultivating their new business using their combined experience. Alan previously worked in operations, sales and management for GE, Motorola and TE Connectivity, while Naila has extensive practice in event management for corporate entities including GE and Marsh & McLennan.
City Wide, founded in 1961, originated in Kansas City and has been franchised since 2001. City Wide contracts with independent service providers to organize access to a wide range of services, helping to streamline maintenance, free up time and allocate resources for busy managers who oversee facilities. Services include janitorial, painting, handyman services, lawn and parking lot care, lighting and more.
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