For five generations Janitronics Building Services, which is locally owned and managed, has worked with its clients to enhance the investment value of their properties by providing responsive and comprehensive building services.
Janitronics Building Services is honored to have received the 2021 Corporate Citizenship Award from the Boston Business Journal for the ninth year in a row. The award represents placing in the top 100 most charitable contributors in Massachusetts. We are pleased to be joining the community to raise over $280 million for Philanthropic needs this year alone, with contributions from all industries including real estate, insurance, life sciences, banking, healthcare, and more. The annual list and event is to recognize everyone who has contributed more than $100,000 in cash contributions to Massachusetts-based charities or social service nonprofits last year.
At Janitronics Building Services, we are committed to sustainability through our Green Team Initiative. Each and every day, our employees are focused on implementing an eco-friendly work environment. Some examples include: lowering our carbon emissions, becoming Fitwel Ambassadors, using environmentally sound Green Seal certified cleaning products, and becoming LEED-certified. This week Janitronics employees, Melissa Miller, Angela Wilhemsen, and Joao Rodrigues have started an exciting new class at NYU called "Corporate Sustainability with Tenise Whalen". They will be learning about how to empower a business to be a force for change through ESG (Environment, Social, and Governance) investing, sustainable supply chain management, employee and customer engagement, and more.
Janitronics is pleased to sponsor “The Timmerman Traverse for Life Science Cares” hike that will be taking place on September 12th – September 15th. Life Science Cares is an organization that mobilizes the biotech community to support antipoverty nonprofit, education groups, and job training programs. 20 well-distinguished Biotech leaders will be covering a 23-mile hike over Mt.Washington, Mt.Adams, and Mt. Jefferson. Their original goal was to raise $500,000 to fight poverty and have already exceeded expectations by achieving over $10,000 from their original target. We wish the entire team a fantastic and safe time hiking in the White Mountains!
Janitronics Building Services was proud to sponsor the 2021 Buccaneer Baseball and Men’s Soccer Annual Golf Outing on Friday, August 6th, at the Crosswinds Golf Club in Plymouth, Massachusetts. The tournament was an event filled with friends and Alumni including, Janitronics Building Services Vice President of Operations, Tim Cullinan. Tim joined Ryan Dessert and Wade McGilvray from CBRE, and Barry Paskievich from Lincoln Property Company in playing all 18 holes followed by a stunning buffet dinner and raffles. All proceeds from the golf tournament went directly to Maritime’s baseball and soccer programs.
Janitronics Building Services is proud to welcome Xavier Feliz as the Operations Coordinator at the Prudential Center. Xavier has a background as a Maintenance Coordinator, Property Manager, and Operations Management. He earned a B.S. in Business Management from Fisher College while playing Baseball on the collegiate level.
Please join us in welcoming Xavier!
On a rainy day in July, BOMA Boston Members and other industry colleagues gathered at Pine Hills for the Annual Golf Tournament. Janitronics Building Services’ foursome included Matt Quinn, Tim Cullinan, Aashish Patel from Mimecast and Tanner Murphy from Boston Properties. Janitronics Building Services was the Barbeque Reception Sponsor. Even on a less than perfect summer day, it was great to be with our friends, clients and colleagues.
Thank you BOMA Boston for another wonderful golf event!
Janitronics Building Services is proud to welcome Alex Herrera as an Area Manager. Alex is an experienced Area Manager with more than 25 years of success on multiple projects with an extensive background within the cleaning industry. He will initially be working with Luis Nova for orientation and training. He will then be assigned a permanent location at one of our client partner facilities.
Please join us in welcoming Alex to the team!
Janitronics Building Services is proud to welcome Rachel Lerner as a Marketing Assistant. Rachel comes to us with several years of experience in similar roles. She will work with the Client Services team primarily on Business Development and Marketing initiatives. We are looking forward to all the skills and positive energy she will bring to our organization.
We are so pleased to welcome Rachel to the team!
After only a few weeks at Janitronics Building Services, Angela Wilhelmsen has earned her designation as a Fitwel Ambassador. With this designation, she can provide our client partners with valuable information on how to keep their buildings as healthy for the occupants as possible. Angela now joins our team of over a dozen Janitronics Building Services Managers who are part of the Healthy Buildings movement with Fitwel.
Janitronics Building Services is proud of the commitment and the infinite care that Rafael Moscat has given to his community. When he is not at the office, he spends his time organizing The Stars baseball league. It is specifically for kids 6-18, who might not be able to play baseball without this league. After last year’s season was postponed due to COVID, he has worked incredibly hard to organize this season for over 150 kids and 14 teams. The season officially started June 26th and will continue until Labor Day. To kick off the season, Rafael and one of his coaches, Geovanny Ortiz, enjoyed a fabulous day at Fenway Park.
We are rooting for you Rafael again this year. Go Stars!
Janitronics Building Services is proud to welcome Angela Wilhelmsen as an Account Manager. She will initially join our Prudential Center team for orientation and training. She will then be assigned a permanent location at one of our client partner facilities. Angela has a background in facility management, most recently with contract management company Sodexo Environmental Services at Mass General Brigham (Salem Campus) specializing in infection control and hazardous waste management.
We are so pleased to welcome Angela to the team!
Iris Sanquintin is the personification of the American Dream. Beginning with her early days at Janitronics Building Services as a janitor, she worked to educate herself and took on several administrative roles within the organization. She has always done so with a smile and a can-do attitude. She has returned to the Janitronics Family after a hiatus in the role Office Administrator in our Corporate Head Quarters. We are so excited to welcome her back to the Team.
TO OUR VALUED EMPLOYEES: We are pleased to offer you a special opportunity to get your COVID-19 vaccination. Below you will find a link to schedule an appointment at the Hynes Convention Center.
There is free parking for two hours and you can also text “free ride” to 833-460-2202 to get a Lyft code to get to and from your appointment.
Click on the link below to sign up:
If you have any questions or concerns about the vaccination process, you can click here for more information:
Esther Pena has joined the Administrative Team at Corporate Headquarters as Assistant Payroll Administrator. Esther comes with office skills that include payroll and human resources experience. Esther’s position will be key in helping to provide the most important asset at Janitronics Building Services, our team members, with a best-in-class environment related to Payroll and Human Resources.
We look forward to working with you Esther!
Karen Haley has joined Janitronics as the Account Manager for Bay Colony Corporate Center and the Winter Street properties. Karen has a complete background in facilities management, most recently as Building and Grounds Manager at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. Before this role Karen has held many positions within the cleaning industry and brings superior knowledge and expertise in Client Services, Contract Management, Employee Training and Employee Relations.
Welcome to the team Karen!
Medardo Landaverde joins Janitronics Building Services as an Area Manager to work with our excellent Operations Team. For over 10 years he worked at all levels of the Harvard University Facilities Team most recently as a Building Facilities Manager. Since starting out as a Day Porter many years ago Medardo has proven his knowledge of the cleaning industry and has been promoted several times with his previous employer. We welcome Medardo to the Janitronics Team and look forward to working with him in his new role.
Janitronics Building Services, an active member of the ISSA, the worldwide cleaning industry association, recently recieved the following notice we wanted to share with you.
Throughout the pandemic, ISSA has kept a close eye on the latest updates and developments from public health agencies around the world to ensure we can effectively serve our members who are instrumental to protecting public health and safety.
On April 5, 2021, the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) revised its guidelines related to cleaning and disinfecting against COVID-19. We would like to provide additional clarification around these updates and offer clarity on how ISSA and the Global Biorisk Advisory Council™ (GBAC) are responding.
The most pertinent updates from the CDC include:
• “Cleaning with products containing soap or detergent reduces germs on surfaces by removing contaminants and may also weaken or damage some of the virus particles, which decreases risk of infection from surfaces.”
• “In most cases, fogging, fumigation, and wide-area or electrostatic spraying is not recommended as a primary method of surface disinfection and has several safety risks to consider.”
We issued a press release on Friday, April 9, which offers clear and detailed information about the role that surface cleaning and disinfection, proven products and equipment, and proper training play in reducing exposure to pathogens.
We also developed a new Straight Talk! episode, featuring Patty Olinger, GBAC Executive Director; Dr. Paul Meechan, formerly with the CDC; and Michael Diamond, Executive Director of The Infection Prevention Strategy (TIPS), that discusses the latest CDC changes and provides further clarification.
Lastly, we have released a video highlighting the public health benefits tied to GBAC STAR™ Facility Accreditation to increase awareness of this important program. Watch it here.
Janitronics will continue to keep you updated with the most current information available. If you have any questions, please reach out to us directly.
In April of 2021, the US Center for Disease Control (CDC) issued new guidance related to cleaning of surfaces and the use of disinfectants. Janitronics has been following the best practices identified by the CDC since the beginning of the pandemic. We also have been an integral component of a Boston-based health security task force to provide guidance to our stakeholders. We continue to be in alignment with the CDC, where they note that washing hands and using sanitizer is a priority. The statement continues: "Cleaning and disinfecting surfaces can also reduce the risk of infection" in a building.
You can read about the new guidance at the CDC here. Key points are to clean and disinfect if:
A COVID-19 infected person is known to have been in the space
Low incidence of mask-wearing
Poor hand sanitation practices are observed
Space will be occupied by high-risk population (elderly, or pre-existing conditions)
We are in close communication with our clients to ensure we provide what they need for their building occupants. We have an array of technology and protocols to deploy, and the best trained staff to deliver cleaning services, so our clients' needs will be met. Janitronics continues to embrace the science and follow the best practices as defined by the CDC and other relevant parties. We are here for you during these trying times, and we are ready to help you.
Congratulations to Sebastian Tapia, a long-term on-site Manager at Janitronics Building Services, for earning his Fitwel Ambassador certification. As a Fitwel Ambassador, Sebastian has gained valuable insights on how to provide Janitronics Building Services clients with safe, clean and healthy buildings. Sebastian is now a part of the growing team of Fitwel Ambassadors at Janitronics Building Services.
Please join us in congratulating Sebastian!
Janitronics Building Services is pleased to announce that Tim Cullinan, Vice President of Client Relations at Janitronics, has earned his Real Property Administrator (RPA) designation from BOMI International. Tim has worked diligently on this program and has gained invaluable knowledge in property management including how to enhance the value of real estate assets through proper design, operation, and maintenance. Janitronics is incredibly proud of Tim and continues to enable our employees to be their best through training and development opportunities. Tim has a genuine appreciation for the property management profession, especially here in Boston, and admires the professional skill set it takes to be successful every day.
Congratulations Tim and thank you for your ongoing commitment to education that supports our clients and industry.
Congratulations to Marlice Cross who has been promoted to Customer Support Manager effective today, April 1, 2021. In this new role, Marlice will support our effort in providing best in class service for our clients with supply ordering and documentation, billing, and other resources. As Janitronics Building Services continues to prepare for repopulation of our office clients this new position will advance our ongoing healthy building initiatives with purchasing and streamlining our sustainability goals. Marlice has been with Janitronics since 2013 and we wish her great success in the new role.
At Janitronics Building Services, our commitment to ensuring that our clients and their tenants have clean and healthy buildings is at the core of our mission. Our very own Melissa Miller was recently on the panel for a BOMA Boston webinar discussing Fitwel, WELL and LEED certifications as well as strategies that will help you create a safe and healthy working environment for your employees. The discussion included thoughts from an industry-leading company on how they are responding to COVID-19 and ensuring building occupants stay safe and comfortable in their office environment.
If you are interested in creating a Healthy Building Plan, click the link below to view the webinar or contact us at Janitronics Building Services.
Janitronics Building Services is proud to welcome Victor Ayala to our Area Management team. Victor joins us with seven years of operational experience in the building management industry, having previously overseen properties totaling 2.5 million square feet. Victor’s positive track record of managing both downtown and suburban properties is well aligned with Janitronics’ commitment to quality service. We value his customer service skills and strong work ethic.
Please join us in welcoming Victor!
Janitronics Building Services is excited to announce a new addition to our area management team: Carlos I. Sanabria. He joins us as an accomplished industry veteran with over 25 years of experience in building management, operations and client services. Carlos will help our growing team to serve our clients needs and ensure a healthy and clean working environment for their employees.
Please join us in welcoming Carlos to the team!
Janitronics Building Services is devoted to providing clean and healthy working environments for our clients and partners. Click below to read our plan to provide both our employees and clients with science-focused training, technology and resources to deal with the challenges presented by COVID-19, both now and into the next normal.
As 2020 came to a close, Massachusetts held on to our top rank for LEED building by square footage. Janitronics Building Services is proud to support these efforts helping many of our clients achieve LEED status for their buildings with our team of LEED Green Associates.
Certified green buildings build trust and accountability, which becomes crucial as people consider returning to their offices and other spaces. With Janitronics commitment to both LEED and healthy buildings we will work together with our property and facility management teams with their buildings' repopulation efforts.
Janitronics Building Services is proud to annouce that we have another Fitwel Ambassor. After a recent promotion, Johanna Diaz illustrated her commitment to Healthy Buildings by earning this certification. Johanna joins a growing group of Janitronics team members who have earned this designation.
Plase join us in congratulating Johanna on both her promotion and Fitwel certification.
Janitronics Building Services is happy to annouce that Johanna Diaz has been promoted and will transition into her new position as Assistant Account Manager for our Kendall Center Portfolio. Johanna joined Janitronics in 2013 and has several key positions with the organization – Operations Coordinator at the Prudential Center, Life Science Support Services at Biogen and served in other roles as well. Johanna will continue to support our client in Kendall Center. We are excited to see her excel in this new role with a great leadership team at Kendall Square
With the recent approval of a COVID-19 vaccine, we have reached an important stage in the fight against the virus.
At Janitronics Building Services, we know our employees have many questions about vaccines, including when they will be eligible to receive a vaccine.
Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker recently announced the state’s approach to vaccine distribution, which prioritizes individuals and communities at highest risk. Vaccine distribution in Massachusetts will occur in a phased approach. We anticipate Janitronics employees will be able to participate in vaccination at phase two.
Janitronics is happy to welcome Keegan Connolly to our team! Keegan joins us having graduated from the University of Massachusetts Lowell with a Bachelor’s Degree in Marketing and International Business in December. He will help to support our marketing, business development, administrative and information technology departments.
Janitronics Building Services is proud to announce that Dorrian C. Fragola, Vice President, Marketing and Business Development at Janitronics and BOMA Boston Board Member will be Co-Chair of the new BOMA Boston Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee. This committee will focus on the important initiative of making the building services industry more welcoming and inclusive to people of all backgrounds by providing programming, training and resources.
All BOMA Boston members are welcome to join this committee.
We all know that 2020 has been a difficult year for so many reasons and so much of our community. With this in mind, Janitronics Building Services has decided that instead of holiday gifts this year, we are making donations to several charities in the area. These organizations were selected because of their commitment to helping those who need it most this holiday season: The Greater Boston Food Bank, Toys for Tots and Heading Home. Please think about donating during this holiday season.
Thank you and Happy Holidays!
Please help slow the spread of COVID by following the preventative measures. Your health and the health of your loved ones depends on it.
Janitronics Building Services cares about the health of our employees and their families. Therefore, we are providing guidelines for any holiday gatherings. We are asking our employees to take the pledge to celebrate only with the members of their immediate households. Let’s stay safe this year so we can all be together again next year.
Congratulations to Holiziel Camara who has earned his Fitwel Ambassabor designation. Holiziel will join the growing list of Janitronics Building Services Managers who have made a commitment to focus on Healthy Buildings. We are proud of this commitment and this accomplishment.
Today, Janitronics Building Services congratulates another member of our team, Susan Yee, for achieving her Fitwel Ambassor certification. As the Senior Account Manager at MathWorks, this achievement will help her and her team to focus on the healthy buildings message and its impact on the community throughout both campuses. Congratulations Susan!
Janitronics is proud to once again be the largest fully owned and operated Janitorial Service firm on this year's List in the Boston Business Journal. Ranked 4th overall, Janitronics has worked tirelessly this year to ensure our COVID-19 plans were based on science and built to protect our clients, employees and community.
At Janitronics we are working to make our world a cleaner and healthier place, one building at a time.
This month 22 Janitronics Building Services Executives were trained and certified by ISSA in the Cleaning Industry and Management Standard. The Standard was created for facility service providers and applies to an organization’s management structure, performance systems and processes. Compliance with the standard demonstrates our commitment to our employees and client partners to continue to provide the highest level of service through innovation, training, processes and procedures.
Congratulations Janitronics Building Services team!
We’re excited to announce that Erica Mann has been promoted to Assistant Director of Training and Compliance at Janitronics Building Services. Erica has been instrumental in the roll out and continued management of our employee training over the past two years, especially during COVID-19 where a significant level of training has been added and implemented. Erica has also played a key role in our COVID-19 Task Force. Her efforts have been invaluable in delivering science-based information to our employees and clients. Please join us in congratulating Erica on this well-deserved promotion.
At Janitronics Building Services our highly skilled and professional team is prepared to help you safely manage your office and lab environments by cleaning for health, using the best techniques science has to offer. Our cleaning protocols are highly researched and certified. Our services will help protect you and your employees.
Janitronics Building Services is committed to providing healthy buildings for our client partners and employees. Today we are proud to congratulate Joao Rodrigues for becoming a Fitwel Ambassador. Joao joins a growing team of executives here who has achieved this great distinction. We look forward to helping our client partners understand and implement the Fitwel fundamentals.
Janitronics Building Services is committed to Healthy Buildings and we know that keeping a building clean is one important part of an entire building ecosystem. Fitwel is the World’s leading building certification system and has become the leading standard in healthy buildings. Fitwel addresses health as an interconnected system, with no single dominant category or area of focus. The Fitwel Scorecards include 55+ evidence-based design and operational strategies that enhance buildings by addressing a broad range of health behaviors and risks. We are proud to recognize the following Janitronics Building Services Team Members who have earned the title of Fitwel Ambassador:
We continue our commitment to sustainability, healthy buildings and increasing our team of Fitwel Ambassadors.
The health and safety of our employees, client partners and communities is our highest priority at Janitronics’ Building Services. That is why we are constantly monitoring the situation and guidance for operations during COVID-19 and are ready to make needed updates. The most recent update to our Repopulation Plan includes information on Cleanrooms, Controlled Environments and CNC spaces. With our internal health taskforce and resources outside our organization, we continue to update our comprehensive janitorial response to these unprecedented times. This plan encompasses all aspects of janitorial operations, including cleaning, physical distancing, health screening, PPE, and effective health communication and now recommended protocols for our Life Science partners, guided by research and science to ensure the appropriate response.
The health and safety of our employees, client partners and communities is our highest priority at Janitronics’ Building Services. With our internal health taskforce and resources outside our organization, we have developed a comprehensive janitorial response to these unprecedented times. This plan encompasses all aspects of janitorial operations, including cleaning, physical distancing, health screening, PPE, and effective health communication guided by research and science to ensure the appropriate response.
Janitronics is prepared to support the re-opening of the Commonwealth. Governor Baker has announced the implementation of a Four Phase Plan (link here) to provide for a safe, cautious, and responsible approach to returning to business as usual.
On May 25th, lab and office spaces in Massachusetts will be allowed to re-open (however, Boston offices must wait until June 1st). The existing Stay at Home Advisory will shift to a Safer at Home Advisory to encourage people to continue to work from home if possible, and for at-risk populations (for instance, over 65 years of age) to continue to avoid public spaces like offices and retail businesses.
The health and safety of our employees, client partners and communities is our highest priority at Janitronics Building Services. With our internal health taskforce and resources outside our organization, we have developed a comprehensive janitorial response to these unprecedented times.This plan will encompass all aspects of janitorial operations, including cleaning, social distancing, health screening and PPE, and effective health communication, and will be guided by research and science to ensure the appropriate response.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, Janitronics Building Services works hard to educate and outfit our employees appropriately. We have contracted a company to make face coverings for our workforce helping to protect them and our clients as recommended by Local, State and Federal leaders. We have provided educational and timely updates to keep our employees aware, following all new guidelines as soon as they come out. We also continue to use technology to provide ongoing communications with our Managers and On-Site teams.
This week, we decided to share our most recent communication with you.
Local and state governments across the country are instituting increasingly stringent restrictions on gathering to flatten the curve of the spread of COVID-19 throughout our communities. Janitronics Building Services continues to monitor the current reports and guidance from the CDC, WHO, and public health officials and implement their recommendations into our operations. With many of you instituting remote work policies within your organizations, we would like to provide updates on our continued operations in times of limited occupancy.
The current coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) outbreak continues to evolve and the World Health Organization (WHO) recently characterized COVID-19 as a pandemic. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is closely monitoring this situation and is working with state and local public health partners to respond to this rapidly evolving public health threat. Janitronics Building Services COVID-19 Committee continues to monitor the current reports and guidance from public health officials and implement their recommendations into our operations.
Janitronics Building Services is following developments, especially here in Massachusetts, to stay ahead of this emerging public health situation. The MA Dept. of Public Health is providing daily updates, which includes corporate meetings and associated confirmed cases from late February. The MA Dept. of Public Health asserts, “The risk of COVID-19 to the general public in Massachusetts remains low at this time.”
Win or lose, everyone is a winner on The Stars baseball team. Janitronics Building Services own Rafael Moscat, his fellow coaches and baseball team of teenagers, The Stars, traveled to the Dominican Republic, many for the first time, to compete with teenage baseball players from that country. For many, this is a once in a lifetime opportunity to visit the country where many of their family members were born and fabulous baseball players are made. All of the money to fund this trip has been raised by the team and their coaches through donations and raffle ticket sales. Thank you Janitronics Building Services, Joe's American Bar & Grill in Dedham and Old Team Service for helping to fund this special trip. And congratulations to The Stars for all their determination, hard work and team spirit!
Tracking growth in the Boston market, The Real Reporter highlights Janitronics Building Services.
As we celebrate the conclusion of a wonderful year, Janitronics Building Services announces the following promotions:
Scott Smarse joined our client services team in 2016 and has done an outstanding job supporting our Operations Team with multiple client portfolios. Scott has been promoted to Director of Client Services.
Tim Cullinan joined Janitronics as a Director of Client Services in 2015 and continues to build a strong presence within our client network. Tim will continue to research new business opportunities with existing clients as well as innovations in equipment and supplies that will help us lead the way in 2020 as Vice President of Client Relations.
Luis Nova joined Janitronics in 2006 and has spent most of his time working directly with key accounts in a suburban portfolio. Along with those responsibilities, Luis has been instrumental in helping implement and improve our payroll software and other rapidly changing technologies. Luis will now begin his role in Client Relations.
Please join us in congratulating Scott, Tim and Luis!
Read the Boston Business Journal's recap of stories from 2019, here's what crushed it, and what got crushed.
MassEcon finished the year strong with their Annual Meeting and Holiday Lunch, sponsored by Janitronics Building Services. Once again bringing the private and public sector together, MassEcon facilitated new projects from in the State, out of the State and even Internationally, helping to fuel continued economic growth and stability in Massachusetts. The Janitronics Team enjoyed the holiday lunch as well.
This year, Janitronics Building Services joined over 600 industry colleagues to celebrate the Annual BOMA Boston TOBY Awards. This event honors both industry profeesionasl and the buildings they manage throughout the Greater Boston Region. Winners will move on to compete in the Mid-Atlantic Region and if successful there, ultimately compete in the Internationals. Congratulations to all the winners and nominees!
The Boston Business Journal today released their annual list of largest Janitorial Services providers. Janitronics Building Services was ranked third largest overall and largest local company in the Boston Market. Family owned and operated for over 42 years, Janitronics Building Services is proud of our focus in the Boston market, our attention to Customer Service as well as our training in both commercial office and life science environments. Our long term partnerships are our company's foundation and allow us to grow as new opportunities arise.
Janitronics Building Services once again was a proud sponsor of Dunkin Brands Annual Joy in Childhood event. Taking place at the Fairmont Copley Plaza each year, Dunkin Brands looks to raise money to battle childhood hunger and illness. They have already raised millions of dollars Nationally through corporate, franchisee and consumer donations. The event raised over $550,000, significantly over their original fundraising goal.
It was a busy day of celebrations today as Janitronics Building Services enjoyed Ocktoberfest with MassBio in Cambridge and FallFest with BOMA Boston in Boston. The rain couldn't damper Ocktoberfest, which is traditionally held outside on the Technology Square Lawn. The event was brought inside and had a great turnout. BOMA Fallfest visited the new food hall at 401 Park. Thanks Samuels & Associates for hosting!
Janitronics Building Services was proud to again sponsor MassBio in their annual Golf Classic to support MassBioEd. Held at The International, Bolton, MA, this year brought together many friends and coworkers from the robust Life Sciences community to raise over $220,000.00. The money will be used to create a sustainable life sciences workforce in the region through educational programs that engage and excite teachers, inspire and propel students and illuminate the pathway from the classroom to careers. Janitronics Building Services has supported this event for 8 years! It was the 25th Anniversary year of the tournament.
Janitronics Building Services was proud to sponsor the Bisnow Placemaking Summit at the Warrior Ice Arena, home of the Bruins, in the exciting mixed use development, Boston Landing. Along with 300 Real Estate professionals, we learned about what placemaking is and how it can affect modern mixed use developments and help to define a neighborhood.
Janitronics Building Services has once again been named one of Boston's Top Charitable Contributors. Published today and celebrated on September 8, 2019, Janitronics Building Services looks forward to celebrating volunteerism and philanthropy with the other corporate contributors.
Congratulations to Janitronics Building Services Client Partner, SmartLabs as they open their second location in Innovation Square, Boston. This new space continues SmartLabs coworking concept and offers anything from private lab spaces up to large scale lab and office space that supports a secure and scalable research environment. We are proud to be part of your team!
This year Janitronics Building Services was proud to support, along with fellow real estate leaders, the GBREB Foundation’s uAspire Breakfast. This special event honored two of the industry’s long-standing philanthropic champions and benefits Greater Boston students through the GBREB and uAspire College-to-Career Initiative. The fund provides scholarships for many worthy students who might not able to attend college without the financial support and guidance offered through this program.
uAspire First One Award - Robert Deleo, Massachusetts Speaker of the House
GBREB Humanitarian Award - Ed Zuker, Chestnut Hill Realty
GBREB also works with its members to provide scholarship recipients with paid summer internships. During these opportunities to explore future careers in real estate, interns are connected with a mentor to support their ongoing academic and career success.
On May 30, 2019 Janitronics Building Services was pleased to sponsor the 6th Annual Battle of the Biotech Bands. The amazing event allows bands consisting of employees of local biotech companies to compete to win money for the charity of their choice. Taking place each year at Royale, it provides a stage, lights and excitement. Our local biotechs provide the music.
Battle of the Biotech Bands is the only place you can see scientists, charity and rock bands together on one stage. It was a networking event truly unlike any other - an evening not to miss that our industry looks forward to every year. $120,000.00 was raised for local charities and bluebirdbio took home bragging rights.
The 2019 Building Impact NonGala annual event highlighted the community and corporate partners through the annual Impact Awards. This event raised funds for Building Impact's volunteer programming. Janitronics Building Services was happy to provide sponsorship support again this year.
Building Impact’s mission to create stronger and more connected communities is best advanced by each citizen-both corporate and individual, rolling up their sleeves and getting personally involved in helping local communities. The 7th Annual NonGala connected all members from their network, from companies and nonprofits, to volunteers and like-minded professionals, all to support the community.
Congratulations to Corporate Honoree Rockhill Management and Rockpoint Group, Community Impact Honoree Room to Grow as well as all the Impact Award winners.
Janitronics Building Services is proud to welcome LabShares Newton, a shared office and laboratory incubator for emerging biotech and life science companies, to our family of client partners. As they clebrate their Grand Opening, LabShares Netwon has also announced a competition that will allow one innovative company membership and space. This prize is worth $50,000.00. We look forward to the success of LabShares and watching the discoveries that will emerge out of this new space.
Exciting news from our Client Partner, Sage Therapeutics. The FDA has approved Cambridge biopharma Sage Therapeutics' first product, a drug that the company says will be the first product specifically designed to treat postpartum depression.
Zulresso is Sage's (Nasdaq: SAGE) first product to reach the market and one of two treatments the company has developed to treat postpartum depression. Its second potential therapy, an oral medication known as SAGE 217, succeeded in a late-stage trial as a postpartum treatment and is also being evaluated as a potential major depressive disorder and bipolar disorder treatment.
We are so excited about the work you are doing and incredibly proud to be a part of your team.
Massachusetts is the #1 Life Sciences Cluster in the World. Now let's keep it that way by examining the issues that may retrict us in the future. We need an educated work force, managable real estate availability and costs as well as a continued commitment to this ecosystem. Learn more from Bob Coughlin, MassBio President and CEO.
Janitronics Building Services wishes a Happy Holiday season to all. We will celebrate this year by sponsoring both the MassBio Holiday Party at the Hyatt Regency, Cambridge and the NAIOP Holiday Party at The Exchange at 100 Federal Street, Boston. We will also join the BOMA Boston Holiday event at Scholar’s. With lunches, events and dinners, we hope to see you all this month!
Janitronics Building Services had a busy week full of giving and supporting community philanthropic causes. On Tuesday, November 27, we once again supported Boston Children’s Hospital Trust in their Annual fundraising Gala Champions for Children’s. This all-star gala fundraiser features Boston’s business leaders and sports teams—the Boston Bruins, Boston Cannons, Boston Celtics, Boston Red Sox, New England Patriots and New England Revolution. Thanks to their support and generous sponsorships, over $55 million has been raised since 1997 benefiting the hospital’s areas of greatest need and making a life-changing impact on the lives of the countless children and families they serve.
Then on Wednesday November 28, Janitronics was hard at work helping to make the Annul Best of the Back Bay event at the Fairmont Copley as well as local participating local Back Bay Restaurants the best ever. This event developed by Back Bay Association helps them to further their mission to support the community.
Congratulations to all the nominees and winners of the 2018 BOMA Boston TOBY Awards especially our Client Partners Colby Fillippelli, JLL, Facility Manager of the Year and Corporate Building of the Year as well as Julia Arsenault, Boston Properties, Property Manager of the Year High Rise. Special shout out to our friends at BOMA Boston who worked hard to make this the best year ever. Over 600 industry colleagues were in attendance.
Janitronics Building Services continues to grow to meet the demands of our client partners. Read about our 3 newest employees in this article from The Real Reporter.
Janitronics Building Services is proud to be a major sponsor for the MassBioEd Golf Tournament again this year. All proceeds from this tournament will be used to support the MassBioEd Foundation in fulfilling its mission build a sustainable life sciences workforce in the region through educational programs that inspire and propel students, engage and excite teachers, and illuminate the pathway from the classroom to careers. What a great event a wonderful day. Here's Janitronics own Matt Quinn, Vice President of Client Services.
Janitronics Building Services is thrilled to be growing with our client partner, MathWorks. This month they opened their new campus at 1 Lakeside Campus Drive, Natick MA. This complex of over 500,000 square feet of space will be the new home for many MathWorks current employees as well as support thier ongoing growth. Amenities include a state of the art Fitness Center, a Wellness Center, a Cafe and a Conference Center. Congratulations MathWorks!
Janitronics Building Services is proud to have been named to the Boston Business Journal’s List of Top Charitable Contributors again this year. Us, along with many other wonderful companies, contribute the money and volunteer time we can to support many philanthropic organizations. The top contributors will be honored at the BBJ's 13th Annual Corporate Citizenship Awards the evening of September 6 at Fenway Park in Boston. We look forward to seeing you there.
Thanks to Boston Properties this year was a special treat as the event was held in the newly created beautiful space, The Exchange at 100 Federal Street.
Additional thanks to all who supported BOMA Boston's charitable partner, Bridge Over Trouble Waters, with 30 gift cards totaling over $500, which will go directly to teens in need!
Last night was the sixth Annual Building Impact NonGala. Building Impact is a nonprofit that supports other nonprofits with the goal of Strengthening Communities through Volunteering with Measurable Impact. This is done in three ways: Volunteering in Buildings, Volunteering in offices and through corporate days of service. It was originally founded by Kevin McCall and Paradigm Properties with 3 other founding partners, The Bulfinch Companies, National Development and The Davis Companies. Like any Nonprofit, Building Impact needed to come up with unique ways to raise money to work toward their mission. Six years ago, the NonGala concept was born; instead of people dressing up to come to a chicken dinner in a ballroom, Building Impact would mobilize the community by creating an event that supported their nonprofit partners through service projects done on site. The event also recognizes our partners in the building community and those who volunteer throughout the year.
As a member of the board of Building Impact, Dorrian volunteered to lead the efforts on the event the first year and then continued in that role for 5 years as the Host Committee Chair. During that time Building Impact raised over $300,000 and had over 1,500 volunteers. Dorrian decided last year would be her final year in that leadership role. At the event last night Building Impact surprised Dorrian with a recognition Award at the event for five years of service in this role.
Janitronics Building Services is happy to welcome two outstanding new buildings to our growing portfolio, 100 Federal Street, Boston, MA and Bay Colony Coprporate Center, Waltham, MA. Both buildings started on January 1, 2018. To transition about 2.5 million square feet simultaneously, Janitronics deployed a strategic plan utilizing a significant group of key Managers to train staff, deliver equipment and provide transition cleaning. All this careful planning and additional staffing for tranisition day led to a seamless operation and happy new tenants.