Clients who work with Asset Management Alliance rely on the professionalism, attentiveness, and competence of our team. We are committed to delivering personalized service marked by quality and clear communication. Each of our clients has a dedicated property manager and operational support team, which helps ensure consistently close contact and timely responses.
Our clients know that our team stays on top of every project, from those that are more complex and comprehensive to projects that are more limited in scope. Striving to exceed expectations for every project is a priority.
Rachael Odle joined the Asset Management Alliance (AMA) team in 2013 and in 2015 she transitioned to the company’s Property Manager. Essentially, she is the liaison between AMA’s clientele and the maintenance team. She is responsible for reviewing contracts, monitoring bid processes and ensuring that nothing falls through the cracks. Odle is committed to keeping lines of communication open and coordinating day to day operations to keep each client’s property running at peak performance.
She orchestrates the seamless maintenance and management of all of AMA’s commercial accounts and meticulously keeps the whole team apprised of all the pertinent details of each account. Her goal is to make the entire AMA team familiar with each facility’s particular layout, safety contacts and mechanical systems so that any one of them can step in to efficiently and expertly handle any emergency situation that might arise. Coming from an extensive background in construction, Property Management is a natural fit for Odle.
Russ Duncan and Ed Perry
Russ Duncan and Ed Perry are Asset Management Alliance (AMA) Maintenance Managers and have a combined 35 years of experience in exceptional leadership. They are responsible for overall training, safety processes and project management for each mechanic. They serve as the liaison between the AMA Maintenance Team and its clientele and contractors. Russ and Ed work with our Property Manager to ensure each facility is properly maintained safely and securely.
A big part of their job is the daily supervision and scheduling of maintenance personnel, as well as providing mechanical support to facilities and management. They conduct monthly physical inspections of the buildings with the Property Manager and meet weekly to discuss facility needs. Russ and Ed assist with acquiring cost estimates and approvals for contracted services. They provide written reports, special surveys, and operational requests for data, as required. Their role is an essential part of maintaining our buildings operations.
Maintenance Team Members
Meet the Asset Management Alliance (AMA) Maintenance Mechanics team. They are the ones that provide the daily maintenance to your facility. They perform all the duties involved in maintaining and keeping facilities running at peak performance. You name it, our Maintenance Mechanics can do it; they perform basic repairs in electrical, lighting, plumbing, furniture maintenance, carpentry, office fit-outs, interior and exterior preventative maintenance.
Our team can handle as much or as little as you want. We get that each client has unique needs and require different services. That is why we have put together this versatile and professional team, so that we can meet all types of commercial property maintenance and management needs.
The team of Asset Management Alliance believes that it is important to be involved with and give back to the community. We have deep roots in supporting community service projects and organizations, such as Connecting Generations and the MS Society. Our company annually sponsors the MS Society’s Thanksgiving Day Run and the Conquer Chiari Walk Across America. We are involved with the IFMA (International Facilities Management Association) and the Corporate Commons Maintenance Association. The AMA commercial property maintenance team continues to look for ways to help make our community the best it can be.