Consulting and Auditing
Nothing you do as a contractor is quite like the Snow and Ice business. Whether you are looking to get into the profession or have been in the industry for years and are looking to expand your book of business or train your people to offer a higher level of service.
Snow and Ice Solutions offers:
- Field and management training, including those all important sidewalk crews
- Contract formatting (contracts should always be reviewed by your attorney)
- Bidding & Estimating
- Site evaluation
- Marketing & business development for the snow industry
- Snow response plans
- Multiply overhead recovery system through Vander Kooi & Associates
- Equipment selection
- Expert witness service
We are one of the oldest Snow and Ice consulting firms offering these services to both large and small companies with over 33 years of hands on experience and training. I have learned many of "The expensive lessons", so you dont have to.
If you have an English/Spanish speaking person in your company I would be pleased to work with him or her so we can train all members of your staff. I am a Certified Snow Professional (CSP) and lead instructor at Rutgers University Snow and Ice Course.
Contact me today to see how I can help your company improve its bottom line by turning white into green!
Chris has also been a consultant with Vander Kooi & Associates since 2004. His specialty is landscape maintenance companies with a gross sale under 2 million dollars.
When hiring a consultant or trainer I am sure you have questions and want to have them answered so you feel comfortable. Call today for a free phone consultation 201-670-0501 or email at email@example.com
Property Owner/Facility Manager/Property Manager
Whether you own or manage a single property or an entire portfolio, Snow and Ice is one of the largest outdoor expenses and liabilities you face every winter.
We can offer solutions for setting a level of service (LOS) and optimize your budget.
How well does your staff understand loss prevention as it pertains to snow and ice? Do they have a snow response plan (SRP) based on the LOS as an outline in the scope of service (SOS)?
Do you feel your slip and falls are too high? Have you received negative feedback from tenants and the public?
Do you have questions on how to pre-qualify a Snow and Ice contractor? Are there environmental concerns?