While the internet and mobile devices have shortened our attention span some businesses are looking to establish successful long-term relationships. And in the case of REDAAP® they are funding those relationships.
REDAAP® designs & engineers, funds, and provides project management through the installation and service phases of commercial real estate upgrade projects.
REDAAP® Relationships Are Different
Meet company founder Tommy Carpenter. His REDAAP® Funding First program has changed the way commercial properties execute and finance upgrades. He believes funding should be part of the design process, not a separate financial issue. He says, “By making funding an integral part of the design process we are able to install and service efficiency upgrades that align everyone’s interests with client satisfaction over the long-term.”
From the outset a REDAAP® relationship is different. The company’s comprehensive approach allows clients to focus on their core business while upgrading facilities. REDAAP® uses a Maintenance Service Agreement (MSA) structure to fund the upfront costs of upgrades allowing clients to make higher quality long-term capital allocation decisions. The MSA is also unique in that REDAAP® is responsible for service while the client controls the purse strings over the life of the agreement. This guarantees a high-quality outcome and excellent on-going service.
“By making funding an integral part of the design process we are able to install and service efficiency upgrades that align everyone’s interests with client satisfaction over the long-term.”
REDAAP® Solutions Deliver Efficiency
REDAAP® solutions create efficiency; financial, energy, environmental, time, comfort – all forms of efficiency. Served across broad commercial real estate categories including industrial, office, retail, healthcare, and multi-family. REDAAP®’s long-term focus on the customer means they do not think in terms of Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) or light fixtures. They think in terms comfort and productivity- solutions. Tommy Carpenter says, “customers don’t want HVAC, they want a consistently comfortable environment; they don’t want light fixtures, they want a well-illuminated productive environment.
The best laid plans are dead on arrival without funding. Looking to make a building more comfortable, more efficient or environmentally conscious? These thoughts cross the minds of owners, tenants, brokers, property managers- everyone involved in the commercial real estate business.