Our company delivers the quality service that
you expect in a building service contractor. Our
commitment to quality is exemplified by our membership
in Building Service Contractors Association International
What does our membership in BSCAI mean
Our membership in Building Service Contractors
Association International (BSCAI) demonstrates
our professional commitment to quality. We are
a professional firm in the business of building
management, and our membership in BSCAI helps
us to stay on top of the industry. Our membership
in BSCAI gives us the competitive edge, so that
we can bring you the quality and service that
you deserve and expect.
Founded in 1965, BSCAI has been the international
leader in building service contracting for over
33 years. When a contractor joins BSCAI, the contractor
demonstrates its desire to provide outstanding
service to YOU, the customer. BSCAI contractors
are kept up to date on management techniques,
and so much more. A BSCAI contractor is a leader
in the industry. When you contract with a BSCAI
member, you can expect quality service and professionalism.
You'll get the piece of mind that you deserve
at a competitive rate.
members have a wide range of responsibilities.
Some provide total building services such as maintenance,
security, pest control, maintenance engineering,
plant leasing and maintenance, and grounds maintenance.
Others are highly specialized in one or a few
members are professionals who actively seek to
further the image of the building service industry.
These professionals strive to provide your building
with well-trained cleaning personnel and to use
effective techniques for estimating your building
supplies and labor needs. BSCAI members adhere
to the following Code of Ethics, which advocates
professionalism and fair business practice among
- To operate
constantly in accordance with the best and
fully accepted ethical business practices.
- To comply
with all applicable laws and federal, state
and local government regulations.
- To provide
all services and products at fair, equitable
and non-discriminatory charges.
- To furnish
adequate equipment, qualified personnel and
products of high quality to achieve and maintain
the highest standard of performance.
- To provide
courteous and prompt handling of all requests
- To recognize
and respect the legal right of competitors
in the true spirit of individual initiatives
and free competitive enterprise.
- To strive
for continued improvement in the image and
reputation of the industry by good business
practice and enlightened public service in
- To contribute
regularly to the improvement of the industry's
- To participate
loyally in the industry's growth and progress
through the activities and public interest
efforts of the Association.
The Apartment and Office Building Association of
Metropolitan Washington (AOBA) is the leading
membership organization representing commercial
and multi-family residential real estate in the
Washington Metropolitan Area. Formed in 1974 by
a merger of the Apartment House Council and the
Building Owners and Managers Association, AOBA's
mission is to protect and enhance the value of
its members investments through effective
leadership and advocacy, dissemination of
information, and professional development.
AOBA is composed of organizations that own
and/or manage commercial and multi-family
residential properties, as well as companies who
provide products and services to the real estate
industry. The current combined portfolio of
AOBA's membership is over 145 million square
feet of office space, and 185,000 residential
apartment homes in the District of Columbia,
Maryland and Virginia.
For the Metropolitan Washington Area, AOBA is
the local federated chapter of the International
Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA),
and the National Apartment Association (NAA).
This affiliation means that AOBA members are
represented on Capitol Hill and before federal
agencies, and have access to national
designation programs and forums for networking
with industry peers across the country.
AOBA is the exclusive organization where
industry leaders form a collective voice on
legislative and regulatory issues affecting
their investments. AOBA's advocacy activities
provide its members with substantial savings in
utility costs, property taxes and other
regulated fees--savings that enhance value to
owners, tenants and residents.
For more information about AOBA & BOMA,
The Clean Trust Certified - IICRC
The Clean Trust Certified (IICRC) has served as the Industry Guardian for the cleaning, inspection and restoration service industries for more than 30 years.As a non-profit certification organization, the IICRC helps ensure that you have access to trusted and trained cleaning professionals by establishing and monitoring certification programs and standards for these industries. To learn more about IICRC, please visit www.iicrc.org.
LT participates in a Special Training Program provided for custodial professionals by the Clean Trust Certified (Institute of Inspection, Cleaning, and Restoration) (IICRC). LT is certified with the IICRC. Each year, we select three outstanding On-Site Supervisors and award them with fully paid tuition, boarding and travel to attend the IICRC certification program. LT’s employees currently have IICRC certifications on the followings:
- Odor Control
- Water Damage Restoration
- Commercial Carpet Maintenance Tech