Helping managers protect their properties

Kansas City, MO/Feb 10, 2005 – Ed Katz, left, of the International Office Moving Institute (IOMI®) brings out the big guns to help building managers protect their properties. Katz warned that trouble in the moving industry may result in building damage as movers scramble to make up revenue shortfalls in interstate household business by going after local office moves. According to Katz, building managers armed with the right ammunition can mount a proper defense against potential building damage. The founder and former owner of Peachtree Movers in Atlanta offered solutions such as hiring or recommending that their tenants hire a certified moving company specifically trained in extensive building protection to guard against potential repair hassles. Katz began advocating building protection after facing opposition from property managers while running his moving company. Katz addressed more than 100 members of the Kansas City chapter of the Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) at their monthly luncheon. As keynote speaker at the BOMA chapter’s monthly luncheon meeting, Katz offered the property managers solutions, like elevator protection and door padding, from the hassles of building surface repairs.

 

2018-01-10T19:11:42+00:00January 8th, 2017|Office Moving, Peachtree Movers|

About the Author:

If you could pick someone to teach you how to have a successful office move, it’s a good bet the name Ed Katz, president of the International Office Moving Institute (IOMI®), Madison, Mississippi, would be at the top of your list. His innovations and techniques have brought him international recognition and the unofficial title of guru of office moving. His “moving story” has been featured in The Wall Street Journal. With his book, Move Your Business Without Becoming A Moving Target, Katz added a third book to his list of accomplishments. The book is based upon his first book, Commercial Relocation, that won the “Award of Excellence—Distinguished Author for 1999” by the International Facility Managers Association (IFMA). You can learn more about Katz by visiting www.officemoves.com.