Duce Construction Named New York Building Managers' Association Vendor of the Year 2016
May 11, 2016
The New York Building Manager's Association recently chose Duce Construction Corporation as "Vendor of the Year." The award ceremony was held on April 16th at Cipriani Ball Room in New York City, where city-wide industry leading professionals were in attendance. Duce was recognized for its dedication and achievements in the fields of construction and maintenance.
The NYBMA is one of the oldest and largest resident management organizations in New York City. Members are comprised of top positioned individuals, forming a vital part of the NYC real estate industry. As the sole recipient of the award, Duce Construction Corp. was selected based on a popular vote by its members.
Rory McCreesh, president of Duce Construction Corp., said, "The NYBMA manages some of New York's most premiere real estate. To be named 'Vendor of the Year' by them speaks volumes about Duce's work. These people (NYBMA) have worked with the biggest and the best and to be recognized among them is an absolute honor for our company."
Gene Gartlan, division manager of Duce's Property Maintenance Management team, said, "After being in the business for 26 years, and being recognized by an organization that is in its 99th year, we are extremely proud and humbled. We work hard and pride ourselves in our talented staff, recognizing the high quality of service they provide each and every day. We believe this win will help expand our services to many more buildings and homes in the Tri-state area in the near future."
Duce Construction Corp. is a full-service general contractor and construction management firm specializing in building and renovating high-end luxury homes and estates located in New York City, Connecticut, and New Jersey. Its Property Maintenance Management division, www.ducepmm.com, specializes in maintenance plans for high-end residential and commercial properties.
For more information regarding Duce Construction Corp., its services and its subdivisions, visit www.ducecc.com.