Showing posts from November, 2023

Continuing Education with Maintenance Managers

 Maintenance Policies & Procedures Workshop The Maintenance Operations team held a training at Pelham Learning Center  for all Maintenance Managers who were hired just prior to and during the pandemic. The daylong training covered sessions on our procure-to-pay system, maintenance policies and procedures, and everything else needed to be a successful Maintenance Manager at JMC . The first half of the training went into depth on topics such as the bidding process, painting and cleaning procedures, and apartment turnover procedures. The latter half of the day focused on the work order system, corrective and janitorial maintenance, inspections, preventative maintenance, staff responsibilities, reports, grounds, snow removal, safety, and personnel policies. As a result of participating in the workshop, these Maintenance Managers are now able to understand and uphold all JMC policies and procedures, complete forms accordingly, and recognize the importance of effective Maintenance Polici

JMC Opens Martha Perry Lowe Park with Somerville Mayor

JMC Ribbon Cutting Ceremony at Union 346 (L-R): Tim Corcoran, Project Director, JMC, Elan Sassoon, Principal, SMT Development, Briselle Salas, guest, Somerville Mayor Katjana Ballantyne, Ward 2 Councilor J.T. Scott The following press release was written, edited, and published by Wendy Pierce of Goldstein Pierce on  citybiz :  " John M. Corcoran & Company (JMC)  and SMT Development  joined with the City of Somerville and Mayor Katjana Ballantyne to celebrate the city’s newest park at 346 Somerville Avenue, adjacent to the companies’ new residential building,  Union 346 . Named for Martha Perry Lowe, the  greenspace is approximately 7,000 square feet and includes cafĂ© seating, benches, hammock stations, and an open lawn area surrounded by tasteful landscaping. In addition to Mayor Ballantyne, the ribbon-cutting was also attended by Councilor J.T. Scott, numerous other City officials, and members of the neighborhood.  “I want to thank the Union 346 team including Corcoran &