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Movers & Shakers Hunt Companies has hired Blair Suzuki as its new assistant development manager. He is the former assistant vice president of Blair Suzuki Bank of Hawaii. In his new position, Suzuki will be responsible for various aspects of asset management, and planning and developing the company’s 538 acres of land and buildings in Kalaeloa. “We are excited to welcome Blair to Hunt Companies, and we believe that his extensive background in financial services, banking, real estate investment and asset management will be a valuable asset to the company,” says Steve Colon, president of Hunt’s Hawaii development division. “Blair’s diverse portfolio is a testament to his ability to accept new challenges and succeed.” RevoluSun Welcomes New Project Developers: RevoluSun, a local provider of residential and commercial solar systems, has engaged Rafael Baez, Corey J. Huntz and Stacy L. Peters as Hawaii-based independent project developers. They will be responsible for educating and working with residential and commercial customers to achieve energy independence by designing custom solar systems, educating customers about available government incentives and finding financing options. Joining the team with more than 12 years of sales experience, Baez served as the district manager for Hawaii at Crescent Heights, the nation’s largest condominium company. Rafael Baez RevoluSun welcomes Huntz whose background is in the wireless industry, serving as a reconnection associate at T-mobile, USA. Corey Huntz He has also assisted in designing a more environmentally-friendly pilot program, while delivering the highest level of customer service and tech support. Peters has nearly 15 years of design, marketing and sales experience working for firms such as Paramount Pictures and Walt Disney Studios Stacy Peters in California. Additionally, she serves as sole proprietor for PLAN A Marketing & Design, LLC. Building Value Through Expert Facility Services Outsourcing non-core functions can lower your costs, increase efficiency and improve performance. ABM works with you to reduce your operating expenses while keeping your property safe, clean, comfortable and energy efficient through integrated or stand-alone services. Call Tiera Covington today at 808-545-7733 for facility services, always customized to your needs. ©2012 ABM Industries, Inc. BMH August-September 2012 29

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Building Management Hawaii - August/September 2012

Cover August/September 2012
A New Way to Ride
Going up?
Let There Be Light
Be LED, But Not Astray
LED Illumination
Plumbing Claims
Corrosion Clean Out
Security FAQ’s
Security Checklist
Raising The Bar for Security Guards
On Site: Empowering Employees
Ask An Expert: Shifting Soil
Association Updates
Movers & Shakers
Industry News
Resource Guide: Plumbing & Wastewater Maintenance

Building Management Hawaii - August/September 2012