New List! Reach Facilities Managers & Directors via email, direct mail & phone! Facilities Managers and Directors handle two areas – “space and infrastructure which covers planning, design, construction, maintenance, furniture and other parts. The second is People and Organization. This deals with human resources (HR), accounting, marketing, hospitality.
Engineers, like doctors or lawyers, meet certain educational requirements and then pass written and experience examinations. The specific requirements vary by state but the result is that their professional opinion becomes the legal responsibility for engineering designs and plans.
Reach the Construction industry. This list is comprised of a wide of specialties involving construction. Executives and other decision makers are available on this list that identifies several different construction specialties. These areas run from Heavy Construction, to Electrical to Plumbing, Heating and Air Conditioning to name a few.
Reach key civil and transportation engineers who purchase essential books and other technical publications from the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO), a nonprofit organization representing highway and transportation departments in the 50 states, DC and Puerto Rico.
New List! Getting a full picture of your best prospects is often a challenge. Total Business Link permits you to get a 365-degree view of them. A variety of titles such as Top Managers, C Level, Directors and Managers can be targeted.
Reach the electrical industry. This is a list of fee-paying electricians. These electricians are responsible for everything from installation to connectivity, to testing and maintenance of electrical systems & many more selectable specialties.
This list reaches those tradesmen who provide installation, repair and maintenance services on heating ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) as well as refrigeration systems. These professionals generally pass a trade training program that can list up to seven years.
This list identifies those companies and individuals who own and operate building supply companies. These organizations sell directly to contractors – everything from nails to doors to bricks and wood – and in some cases, directly to the general public. Building supply is one area that should not see as deep a dip as general construction as many people will remodel, rather than move their homes during times of economic uncertainty.
This list details the many contractors who are involved in home improvements. These contractors are specialists in working directly with clients and vendors to orchestrate projects like a new bathroom or kitchen, among other projects.
The owners and managers of apartment complexes are identified on this list. These units can range from small 10 unit buildings to small cities. Their ownership is frequently a large financial institution or fund; so many decisions are made at a headquarters of a management company. That said, it is standard practice to have each multi-family development individually incorporated for tax purposes, and to limit liability if financial hardship should arise.