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Alliance Building Services lights up NYC.

First Quality Maintenance, the janitorial division of Alliance Building Services, recently announced the acquisition of M.A.S Electrical Maintenance, LLC. FQM has named Michael A. Sica, as vice president of Electrical Services.

With experienced and well-trained professionals executing these projects, fighting and electrical services will include: structured and cost effective lighting retrofit programs, scheduled lighting maintenance inspections as well as on-call service.

For over seven years, Michael Sica owned and operated M.A.S Electrical Contracting Company. With a master electrician's license, he has provided comprehensive electrical services throughout the tri-state area.

"I am excited to be on board with FQM," said Sica. "Together we are committed to providing a comprehensive portfolio of quality services, in which lighting and electrical enhancements play a vital role."

"With the addition of this service, we are able to offer our clientele increased productivity and cost effectiveness," said Michael Rodriguez, president of First Quality Maintenance.

"We are thrilled to be working with Mike Sica and to be significantly developing our lighting and maintenance program as a means to further expand our services." "We are confident that this service will follow the same successful path as our other divisions," said Gary Green, CEO of Alliance Building Services. "We are proud to be the only building services company in New York City to offer the convenience of in-house electrical services in addition to security, maintenance, messenger, restoration and painting services."

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Alliance Building Services, one of the New York metropolitan area's leading facility service contractors, provides cleaning/ maintenance, security, courier/ messenger center and restoration services to more than 100 buildings encompassing mate than 60 million square feet.

The Alliance family of companies includes First Quality Maintenance, Classic Security, and Bright Star Couriers and Onyx Restoration Services.

ABS clients include Commerce Bank, The Moinian Group, Swig Equities, Murray Hill Properties, Newmark & Co., Cushman & Wakefield, W & H Properties, Stellar Management, George Comfort & Sons, SL Green Realty, CB Richard Ellis and L&L Holdings.
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Date:Jun 11, 2008
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