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Magill appointed VP Program Management

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Ferrandino & Son has hired facility maintenance veteran Dave Magill.

| November 14, 2013

Farmingdale, NY -- Ferrandino & Son, Inc., the National Leader in Snow Removal, Landscaping, Exterior Maintenance; Facility Service and Maintenance; General Contracting and HVAC, announced today it has hired Dave Magill as Vice President of Program Management.

Dave Magill brings over 28 years of Facility Services experience in both snow removal and landscaping, and will complement Ferrandino & Son, Inc., and the industry, with his high level of professionalism and deep commitment to creating “Best in Class” solutions for each client.

“Professionally, this was an unparalleled opportunity to join, and play an integral role within an organization that has a tremendous vision of the retail facilities maintenance industry and a passion to service their clients at the highest levels," says Magill.

According to Kevin Smith, Chief Operating Officer, “With his background in both sales and operations he was the perfect candidate to leverage real-world experience with real-world solutions; assisting them in building better, more sustainable service programs”.

Magill’s priorities will be to focus on service program development, engaging clients in workshops and strategy sessions along with maximizing one-on-one customer meetings to support their “Best in Class” vision.

“I believe that Dave will heighten the direction of this company, with a continued focus on education, sustainable programs and a Best in Class operational solution," says Peter Ferrandino, CEO and president of Ferrandino & Son, Inc. “Adding strength to an already Industry-Best Management Team was an easy decision and one we are excited to see play out in the years to come”.

To learn more about Ferrandino & Son, please call 866-571-4609, send an email to abruu@ferrandinoandson.com

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