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The Five C’s of Collaboration

This article was published in the August 2023 issue of Condo Media. By Kieran Fitzgibbon “Together” is a word that is used more often than it is meant. Politicians talk about “working together,” but rarely do. Professional athletes and coaches talk about playing as a team, but superstars often follow the money, not their teammates. And in business, “working together” … Read More

Eight Tips for Post-Pandemic Property Management

By Kieran Fitzgibbon “Rust never sleeps.” Neil Young Most property managers, like most Americans, have worked from home throughout the pandemic. But wind, rain, snow, ice and hot sun have been on-site through it all, wearing down even the best-constructed buildings. Some property managers continued their long-term maintenance projects during the pandemic, but most conducted only essential repairs, according to … Read More

A Tight Budget Produces a Water-Tight Solution

By Kieran Fitzgibbon When you’re in the business of maintaining and restoring condominiums, what you see is not always what you get. A condominium, even if it was built 50 years ago, may look fine on the outside. But, as with people, beauty often is only skin deep. Behind the façade, the cavity wall may not be functioning properly. Brick … Read More

Good Bones: Restoring Older Buildings Keeps History Alive

The following article appeared in the February 2020 issue of Condo Media. It could be argued that Boston played a more important role in the birth of America than any other city. It’s where Paul Revere rode, where the Boston Tea Party took place and where many signers of the Declaration of Independence lived. It’s the capital of the state … Read More

Masonry Needs Care, Too

The following article appeared in the September 2018 issue of Condo Media: By Kieran Fitzgibbon Brick is beautiful. It’s strong, weather-resistant and durable. So durable, in fact, that ancient structures made from mud bricks almost 10,000 years ago have been found throughout the Middle East. Brick can be commonly found throughout New England in buildings ranging from more than a … Read More