eSupply Systems adds Flint Materials Corporation to Supplier Network

For Immediate Release San Antonio, Texas – April 25, 2016 – eSupply Systems LLC, the leading e-procurement and spend management platform for the multi-family industry, today announced the addition of Flint Materials Corporation, a premium supplier of innovative products and building materials to the multifamily housing industry. “With the addition of Flint to our growing list of best-in-class suppliers, we bring new options to our clients for their renovation and new construction needs” said Dana Castelvecchi, eSupply Systems’ Senior Vice President of Operations. “Flint’s products and service has made them one [..]

eSupply Systems Promotes Dana Castelvecchi to Senior Vice President of Operations

For immediate release: SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS (February 23, 2016) – eSupply Systems, a leading eProcurement technology platform for the multi-family industry, is pleased to announce the recent promotion of Dana Castelvecchi to Senior Vice President of Operations. With more than 20 years of procurement experience within the multi-family industry, Ms. Castelvecchi will lead the company’s operations in its strategic and day-to-day efforts. Prior to eSupply Systems, Dana led UDR’s procurement and strategic sourcing department as the Assistant Vice President/Director of Strategic Sourcing for the $6B REIT. Prior to her role as AVP, Director of [..]

CEO Message: An Interregnum to an Exceptional Experience

In-ter-reg-num: noun of Latin origin describing an interval or pause — i.e., “time between times.”  As an example, the time between Thanksgiving and Christmas is called an interregnum.  Let’s make the most of the interregnum between today and New Years Day! From our last Thanksgiving break to our upcoming Holiday meals, there will be much discussion at dinner tables and posted on social media, regarding our many blessings.  Sad circumstances in Paris, San Bernadino and elsewhere around the world wil [..]

Maintenance Minute Update HVAC Changes

Maintenance Minute Update by Christine As you may know, it is becoming increasingly difficult (and considerably more expensive) to locate R-22 and cooling units that require it. As of January 1, 2015, the EPA limited the production of R-22 to twenty-two million pounds, down from the allowed 51 million pounds in 2014. With this new regulation came changes to the SEER ratings*. What is unique about the new efficiency standards is the allowance for different standards across the country rather than a national standard.  This regulation will apply to all [..]