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Executive Directory Of Building Superintendent

Executive Directory of Building Superintendents allows you to target individuals that repair and manage maintenance crews in the upkeep of commercial, industrial or residential buildings. They often work in the public eye and do a great deal of work behind the scenes in the basements, on the roofs, or in the electrical rooms of buildings. Superintendents are responsible for the appearance and functioning of the buildings they supervise.

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119,203 Total Universe / Universe Rate $105.00/M
Email Addresses $275.00/M

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Executive Directory of Building Superintendents allows you to target individuals that repair and manage maintenance crews in the upkeep of commercial, industrial or residential buildings. They often work in the public eye and do a great deal of work behind the scenes in the basements, on the roofs, or in the electrical rooms of buildings. Superintendents are responsible for the appearance and functioning of the buildings they supervise.

Building Superintendents supervise and delegate daily repair tasks to maintenance staff and make sure that the building is kept clean and presentable looking. They may work with contractors for completing larger renovation projects. Superintendents are also responsible for scheduling building worker shifts and keeping maintenance costs within budget. As they hire and instruct new workers, superintendents may take a hand in routine tasks, such as fixing leaky pipes, painting rooms, patching drywall and fitting locks. Superintendents should be familiar with a building's blueprints since they need to efficiently locate, identify and assess any potential problems with the infrastructure. Most building superintendents can be called at any time of day in the event of an emergency with one of their buildings. Their duties differ based on the type of building and employer needs. For residential buildings, such as apartment complexes, building superintendents usually serve as the first point of contact for resident service requests. For commercial and industrial buildings, they ensure that the property is in compliance with business codes and regulations. A building superintendent often known as the “Super”, is responsible for the mechanical workings of their property, such as operation and maintenance of boilers, heating and refrigeration systems, plumbing and water treatment and electrical and lighting systems. They are also responsible for things, such as rent collection, enforcing parking and pet restrictions and termination-of-lease procedures. Building superintendents are also expected to keep records of expenditures and income from property operations and submit regular expense reports to senior-level property managers or owners. Superintendents are familiar with building codes and fire safety regulations. Building superintendents often get discounts in their rent, free rent, or free rent plus a small salary in exchange for their services. The amount of compensation they receive is usually proportional to the size of the building.

 

A building superintendent have a an associate’s or bachelor’s degree in property management, facility maintenance or a related field and a high school diploma and experience in building maintenance, construction and or industrial technology and training and supervising other maintenance or custodian workers. Taking additional technical or trade courses help in obtaining a position. Most jobs also require some computer skills and ability to budget and maintain accounts.

Building Superintendents purchase batteries, boiler parts, brooms, cleaning supplies, electrical supplies, electrical tools, fire safety equipment, flashlights, floor dryers, floor mats, floor runners, fluorescent lighting, hammers, hard hats, keys, ladders, light bulbs, locks, mailboxes, message boards, mops, nails, nuts and bolts, paper products, parking signage, pencils, pens, pliers, plumbing supplies, plungers, power tools, property signage, rags, safety glasses, screwdrivers, screws, shop tools, sponges, tape measure, thermostats, tool belts, tool boxes, trash receptacles, and wrenches.

 

 

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Job Function/Title $10.00/M
Max per Company/Sites $10.00/M
Number of Employees $10.00/M
Phone Number $50.00/M
Sales Volume $10.00/M

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A/B SPLIT $100.00/F
CD ROM $75.00/F
DISKETTE $75.00/F
EMAIL $75.00/F
Suppression $150.00/F
Transmission $150.00/M