Contracts with clients, presentations, community interaction and training have kept Massey Disaster Planning busy in Texas in recent months.
Kicking off earlier this summer with the largest high rise drill ever with Dallas Fire Rescue at 2100 Ross, company officials have continued to grow their presence in a state where client buildings top 100 covering 60 million square feet over Massey's 30 year history.
Last month about 140 Dallas industry representatives attended the monthly BOMA Dallas luncheon, where President Curtis Massey spoke about emerging trends in the field of mobile emergency response tools and Houston-based Regional Manager Amy Delaughter answered questions from industry representatives after the presentation.
This month also represents the launch of two of our newest mobile app clients, both in Houston: The Williams Tower, headquarters of Hines, and the Bank of America Center are both launching their new Massey Plans and Massey Apps.
Next up is a KBS Realty asset, Tower 909 in Dallas, which was visited by two Massey veteran first responders this month, former Virginia Beach Batallion Chief Paul Mauch and current Houston District Chief Steve Cichon, pictured.
More than a dozen new clients for the Massey App are expected in Texas by early in the new year, including some of the state's most iconic skyscrapers.