Allentown Pennsylvania – East Coast Facilities Inc., today announced the addition of a Senior Accountant to support the northeast finance team. Brian Mack, of Zieglersville Pennsylvania, a Temple University graduate with a degree in accounting and finance, was carefully selected to join the ECF team.
Brian brings 20-years of experience as a corporate accountant to the organization. His areas of focus will include overseeing all the accounting needs of our existing Service Centers located in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and additional locations in the region that are in a construction pipeline.
CEO, Joshua Gámez commented, “We are growing, and we have a very high retention of clients. Brian will bring added support that will help me with fiscal responsibility and help provide accurate financial reporting to internal stakeholders, such as our General Managers.”
Brian Mack commented, “From the first day I walked through the facilities in Allentown, and looked at how organized, clean, and professional they were set up, I knew I wanted to work here. I have never seen a service business like ECF.” When asked about his observations of the company culture, he further commented, “I saw it on the media posts, but you have to be here to understand it, it is an energy and passion. The ECF employee-first culture is real.”
About East Coast Facilities, Inc.
The company, owned by the Gámez family, was formed in 2015 to provide a full-service facilities maintenance solution to commercial, industrial, and institutional clients. ECF also provides comprehensive services to exclusive residential communities in very select markets including South Florida. Our rapid expansion is the result of a well-thought-out business plan, decades of industry experience, and professional relationships built on trust and value.
East Coast Facilities works with some of the nations largest commercial real-estate management companies, developers, and large institutional clients in strategic markets. The company currently provides services to Pennsylvania, Delaware, New Jersey, and South Florida.