The BSCAI, Building Services Contractors Association International, celebrates its 50th year at the 2015 annual convention coming up at the end of the month. Stathakis CEO, Chris Stathakis, Branch Manager Bob Abraham and Operations Manager, Dale Saylor will all be in attendance at this year’s event.
This year’s 2015 convention promises to be exciting and informative with topics like:
- Attracting, Developing and Retaining an “On Fire” Workforce
- Shape Your Customer Experience with the Five Service Dimensions All Customers Care About
- The Affordable Care Act – What Now? What Do We Have to Do?
- Transforming Teams
- Constant Continuous Improvement
Stathakis CEO Chris Stathakis is on the Board of Directors serving as the Chairman of the Technology Committee. A member of the BSCAI board for over 25 years, Chris has been committed to leading within the Building Services Industry by finding new and better ways to use cutting-edge technology to serve customers and drive improvements in service delivery.
Companies like Stathakis continue to be drawn to the BSCAI for its adherence to a strict Code of Ethics and it’s push to drive professionalism and best practices within the industry. The BSCAI and its members are held to a high standard of ethics including:
- Operating in accordance with the best and fully accepted ethical business practices.
- Comply with all applicable laws and federal, state and local government regulations.
- Provide all services and products at fair, equitable and non-discriminatory charges.
- Furnish adequate equipment, qualified personnel and products of high quality to achieve and maintain the highest standard of performance.
- Provide courteous and prompt handling of all requests and complaints.
- Strive for continued improvement of the image and reputation of the industry by good business practices and enlightened public service in the community.
All of the BSCAIs offerings are designed around helping Building Services Contractors raise their game and continue to drive innovation and improvement in the industry and offer our customers more and better.
The BSCAI was formed in 1965 with sixty charter members from various building services contract companies. Since this time, the industry has grown rapidly. An increasing number of buildings began utilizing the wide range of services offered by building service contractors. Whether from small, family firms to large offering janitorial cleaning, office cleaning, school cleaning, medical cleaning, industrial cleaning and more, the BSCAI offered the resources, information and expertise to help Building Service Contractors elevate their services and their organizations.
The BSCAI has grown as the industry has expanded and draws members from a wide cross-section of companies. The BSCAI represents a global network of over 1,000 member companies from across the United States and 15 countries worldwide that deliver cleaning, facility maintenance, security, landscaping and other related services to building owners and facility managers.
The BSCAI continues to be an invaluable resource for education, individual certifications, publications, seminars, industry data and research and networking opportunities, all developed specifically for leaders in the building service contracting industry.
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