RDM Goes to Washington

On Tuesday, March 16th, Bisnow held its first annual Washington Real Estate Summit at the Mayflower Renaissance Hotel. Over 700 real estate professionals made their way to D.C. to discuss the future of the real estate industry. Featuring CEO’s from Cushman & Wakefield, Vornado and CBRE (see the full list here); the panelists were overall optimistic about real estate’s future but agreed that job creation is a key factor. For a full breakdown of the event, check out Bisnow’s 2-part write-up.

RDM President Peter Boritz went to D.C. to address the audience of over 700 on the importance of accurate building measurements and maintaining up-to-date stacking diagrams in this uncertain economy. Boritz demonstrated RDM’s line of web-based space management solutions which ensure stacks and floor plans are always current by linking to accounting systems such as Yardi and MRI. These cost-effective solutions allow property owners and managers the convenience of doing more with less as well as the place them in a better position when the market turns around. The presentation was well-received in an area which is currently evolving.

Based in New York City, RDM provides building measurement and on-demand space management solutions for the real estate industry and has completed over 750 million square feet of projects in over 1,500 buildings coast to coast. Currently, RDM serves over 5 million square feet of office space in the D.C. area and proudly helped sponsor the Bisnow event.