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In new research, JLL acknowledges the challenge to ensure critical global compliance goals across multiple dimensions are achieved.
SiteCompli has upgraded its real estate compliance monitoring platform for real estate owners and operators in New York City. The enhanced software solution delivers more features, data and customization tools to users, helping them prevent violations and fines, mitigate risk, and manage their buildings more efficiently. Focused on the New York City market, SiteCompli provides technology that continuously updates and aggregates data on violations, complaints, inspections, fines, hearings, jobs, and permits for property owners and managers. The company’s technology tracks and notifies customers through alerts and analysis on compliance issues from the key city agencies including the DOB, ECB, HPD, DEP, DSNY, and FDNY. SiteCompli provides visibility into data and tools for analyzing building and portfolio-level compliance through an online dashboard, real-time e-mail alerts, and reporting and analytics for more than 1.5 billion square feet of real estate in New York City. In July 2015, the company announced its acquisition of EMPOWER, whose compliance related tools and workflow solutions further enhanced the SiteCompli’s core capabilities. “Thanks to the ongoing feedback of our clients, the most demanding real estate organizations in the business, we’ve completely redesigned SiteCompli with the ever-changing demands of compliance and our clients’ operational challenges in mind,” said Jason Griffith, the company’s Co-CEO and Co-Founder. “This best-in-class compliance-monitoring solution combines groundbreaking data research and technology with the deep compliance expertise and powerful workflow tools the industry demands.” Upgraded and enhanced features include: Improved agency and data coverage, including automatic updates of offline FDNY Violation Orders, Certificates of Fitness, and DOT Sidewalk Violations, and tracking, alerting and reporting on critical compliance issues such as Cooling Towers, Certificates of Insurance, and Backflow Prevention Devices Faster notifications on critical issues via alerts that arrive within five minutes of the City receiving a building-related complaint New work order tools, such as integrated staff and vendor collaboration and tenant request tracking, a comprehensive Work Order system tied to a geo-located mobile app, and technology for assigning and approving work orders by fax so clients can integrate with tenants, vendors, and local staff more seamlessly Built-in analytics to pinpoint issues that need immediate attention and trends portfolio-wide, with real-time metrics to understand improvements in compliance performance over time and across multiple categories Enhanced e-mail alerts to notify stakeholders of critical issues as they occur, including links to violation copies, expert information on required next steps, and the forms and communication tools needed for quick resolution Expanded reach with the ability to add and track compliance for buildings outside of NYC Related articles across the web Other posts by Anne Cosgrove NOTE:This is… …Read More…
Recently proposed permitting requirements for storm water discharges in California are expected to be implemented in January 2015, and it may set the trend for water quality regulation nationwide.
The final rule on the standard was issued on March 26, 2012 and became effective on May 25, 2012.
These containers can be configured and reconfigured to meet current and future recycling needs.
The CFL Premium is designed to crush and store up to 3,000 compact fluorescent lamps prior to recycling.
The International Environmental Alliance (IEA) provides full service waste management, recycling, and diversion services for facilities of all types and sizes.
MA-based Clean Harbors offers customized pharmaceutical waste management and removal programs for healthcare facilities.