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Old 11-01-2016, 02:45 PM   #1
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Should I work with a management company?


With our workflow being a little lower than we would like we are looking into working with a couple of national facility management companies to keep us busy over the coming months. I have conducted lots of research in this area and the reviews are typically very negative with vendors not being paid, terms being changed, and lawsuits being threatened. What I want to know is how has your experience been? Should we go for it? Who are the best groups to work with. Any suggestions are greatly appreciated. Thanks

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It depends. I have no personal experience but I have heard stories, both good and bad. I would check locally though as I noticed a lot of issues seem to be in certain states which is not surprising.
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There are some risks but overall believe to be a good choice. Just don't rush in with them, take it step by step and clearly define needs and expectations
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