ACP Facility Services Awarded as The Minority Supplier of the Year

The Greater New England Minority Supplier Development Council has awarded ACP the 2018 Supplier of the Year Award. The award was presented at a luncheon last Thursday, all of those in attendance made new business connections and nurtured existing relationships. And, by recognizing diverse suppliers and those who lead the field in finding and using diverse suppliers, the GNEMSDC celebrated and recognized the importance of economic inclusion and minority business development. Both Miguel Suarez, President and CEO, and Jerry Russo, VP of Marketing & Business Development were present to accept the award on behalf of ACP Cleaning and are truly honored by the accomplishment.

 

200 Cambridge Park Drive Building Receives TOBY Award

 

Congratulations to King Street Properties and Lincoln Properties for receiving the prestigious TOBY (The Outstanding Building of the Year) Award, presented by the Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) of Boston, for the Laboratory property located at 200 Cambridge Park Drive! We would also like to congratulate account manager Ben Martinez and his staff for their exemplary work in helping to maintain the cleanliness of this excellent building!

200 Cambridge Park Drive is a six-story, 221,845 SF, Class A laboratory and office building located in a vibrant mixed-use campus setting in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The building features BL-2 laboratories, two vivariums, and robust standby power with highly reusable space and large typical upper floor plates averaging 39,400 SF. The building houses numerous life science tenants, including Amgen and Celgene.

200 Cambridge Park Drive was renovated in early 2015 to accomodate several different tenants, including several large pharmaceutical companies and two rising innovators in the same industry. Originally, the building was occupied by a single pharmaceutical company. In 2016, 200 Cambridge Park Drive won the Excellence in Commuter Options (ECO) Leader Award. This Award recognizes exemplary contribution and efforts in reducing congestion and greenhouse gas emissions through encouraging tenants and their employees to utilize sustainable transportation options. One of the most unique features of this property is its accessibility to natural wildlife. Adjacent to Alewife Brook Reservation, a 120 acre state park with extensive walking and biking trails, tenants can step outside into a natural oasis, something rarely found in an urban setting.

ACP Facility Services is recognized as the 2014 6th Largest janitorial firms in Massachusetts by the Boston Business Journal!

ACP Facility Services was ranked 6th Largest Janitorial Firm in the March 2014 edition of The Boston Business Journal.  When asked about the expansion, General Manager, Michael White responded, “This growth is a testament to our commitment to customized service.  We do what the client needs, not what the average client needs. That is what customized service is about.  That’s why our clients not only maintained their service agreements but they recommend us to others looking for reliable personalized service. Our clients are our best sales people.

ACP awarded the 2010 Supplier Performance Award

 

Tony Awards, Grammys, Gold Medals, we all like to see people rewarded for their hard work.  We all like to be appreciated for our talents and flawless execution, whether it’s in acting or singing, skiing, or cleaning. Yes cleaning! ACP Facility Services received the 2010 Supplier Performance Award at the Blue Cross Blue Shield 3rd Annual Awards and Recognition Breakfast. The award was presented to Phyllis Homem, Vice President of Operations and Michael White, General Manager on behalf of the ACP Facility Services staff and supervisors for providing superior service to business areas company-wide. ACP is pleased to have the hard work of our dedicated staff recognized and thanks Blue Cross Blue Shield for acknowledging that we don’t aim for average and we don’t accept less than superior service from our team!

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