Wolverine Fire Protection Co. has received the Gold Safety Award. This award is presented to companies that register a safety score between 85% – 95% in the Safety Assessment Program administered by ConstructSecure. “ Wolverine Fire Protection Co. has done a remarkable job of implementing a strong safety management system. In addition to keeping employees safe, safety performance of this caliber should reduce their insurance premiums,” says Garrett Burke, CEO of ConstructSecure
Due to the ongoing pandemic, our annual Golf Scramble has been rescheduled until Thursday, September 17th, 2020. Thank you for your continued support and understanding.
ACCORDING TO A DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS STUDY, EACH DAY OVER 20 VETERANS TAKE THEIR OWN LIVES. IT TAKES A COMMUNITY TO HEAL A WARRIOR™.
PLEASE JOIN US IN SUPPORTING MISSION 22 TO LET OUR VETS KNOW THAT THEY HAVE AN ARMY BEHIND THEM. YOUR DONATION DOLLARS ASSIST US IN GETTING VETERANS TREATMENT WHEN THEY NEED IT THE MOST, RIGHT NOW.
103.9 The Fox will be broadcasting live on-air June 13th from 11am – 1pm from our office located at 8067 N. Dort Hwy., Mt. Morris, MI 48458. Please stop by during this time to bring your donation (examples include: prepaid phone cards, hand sanitizers, sunscreen, travel sized toiletries, dental floss, eye drops, chap stick, cotton socks, hard candy/gum/mints, decks of playing cards, unscented body wipes). There will also be a Banner for everyone to sign that will be sent to our troops overseas. Please come out and show support for those that fight for our freedom and safety each and every day.
Mark Duran, from Holy Cross Children’s Services is our latest winner randomly chosen from those that responded to our online Client Satisfaction Survey which was recently distributed to our clients who had projects completed during the first quarter of 2017. Mark, we appreciate your feedback! Ensuring we meet the expectations of our clients will continue to be the focus of our business. Future contests will continue each quarter, watch your email for your chance to win! Thank you to all that participated.
Recently, as part of an ongoing effort to ensure client satisfaction, Wolverine Fire Protection awarded a $100 Visa gift card to Mr. Mehul Shah, of General Chemical Corporation. Mehul, was chosen at random from our recent clients that responded to our online survey. To be eligible for future giveaways, simply click the link at the top of our homepage entitled “Client Satisfaction Survey” and let us know how we performed on your project, or watch your email in the near future for a link. Future winners will be chosen each quarter. Congratulations Mehul! We appreciate your feedback.
BUILD Magazine has recently awarded Wolverine Fire Protection Co. with a Construction Excellence Award. BUILD basis this national award on suitability, profitability, ethics, and quality of service.
Merrill Lynch Wealth Management Taking 125K SF at RXR’s 75 Rock (Commercial Observer)
With months to go before RXR Realty opens up the new and improved 75 Rockefeller Plaza, the landlord now has several floors in the re purposed office tower spoken for.
Merrill Lynch Wealth Management will move to the 623,000-square-foot building between West 51st and West 52nd Streets, Commercial Observer has learned. The investment and wealth management company, which was acquired by Bank of America in 2009 as a result of the financial crisis, will occupy 125,000 square feet on the second through fifth floors of 75 Rock. The deal officially closed today, according to a source familiar with the transaction.
Terms of the deal were not immediately available, but the source described the lease as “long term.” Midtown asking rents during the first three months of the year averaged about $81 per square foot, according to a first-quarter 2016 Colliers International report.
Merrill Lynch, one of the largest wealth management firms, currently leases a similar amount of space at 717 Fifth Avenue between East 55th and East 56th Streets, according to CoStar Group. The firm has been based at the SL Green Realty Corp.-owned building since 1998.
Robert Alexander, Ryan Alexander, Ramneek Rikhy and Emily Jones of CBRE represented the tenant, while Bruce Mosler, Tara Stacom and Mikael Nahmias of Cushman & Wakefield represented the landlord. Brokers on both sides of the deal did not immediately return requests for comment via spokespeople. William Elder, who oversees RXR’s New York City division, confirmed the lease signing, but declined to comment further.
RXR entered a 99-year triple-net lease with the British billionaire Mohamed Al Fayed in June 2013 to take control of the building, as CO reported at the time. Anchor tenant Time Warner Cable left the building by 2014, allowing it to become fully vacant. Since then, the new landlord has embarked on a $150 million renovation of the 1947 building originally developed as offices for the Esso oil company owned by the Rockefeller family.
As work finishes up, 75 Rock is expected to begin opening later this year. American Girl, the pricey doll brand made by Mattel, announced in May that it signed a 40,000-square-foot deal for the majority of the building’s retail component, as CO previously reported. The retailer will roughly double its size when it opens there next fall, moving from 609 Fifth Avenue between East 48th and East 49th Streets.
This year, the Veterans in piping program began at Fort Sill, Oklahoma to assist veterans with the transition from Active Duty into skilled-trade employment under the Veterans Opportunity to Work Act to Hire Heroes.
Throughout this training, Fort Sill Service members built upon their military training and experience to further develop their skills for the high-demand fire protection trade. The program is helping fill a nationwide need for skilled labor in the workforce, and is providing a positive re-entry into civilian life for those who have served our country. After completion of the 18-week accelerated sprinkler fitter training, these soldiers are placed directly into apprenticeship careers up to one year ahead of their civilian counterparts. The United Association facilitates a direct-hand off into its nationally recognized apprenticeship program at any of its 300 local unions nationwide. This guarantees the soldier a living wage, future job training, full health and retirement benefits and a promising career in the piping industry. All training is paid for entirely by the UA and its industry partners at no cost to participants.
Through this program, and Union 669, Wolverine Fire Protection Co. was introduced to recent program graduates SPC Troy Reed, and SPC Andrew English. Mr. English will soon be supporting the firms current project needs in Oklahoma, while Mr. Reed will be supporting efforts from the firm’s Headquarters in Mt. Morris, MI. Troy and Andrew, we would like to thank you for your service, and we are honored to have you join our team!
- Wolverine Fire Protection Co. receives Gold Safety Award July 17, 2020
- Corcoran House Golf Scramble – Rescheduled May 9, 2020
- Please join us in supporting Mission 22 February 3, 2020
- Estimating RFQ
- Corcoran House Golf Scramble