Location: 1300 N. 4th Street, Milwaukee, WI 53212
Web site: www.ccoakley.com
Year founded: 1999
Product or service offered: Office, industrial, medical, library relocations, warehousing distribution services, record retention, furniture installation, residential/household relocations.
Projected 2007 revenue: $7 million
Leadership team: Christopher Coakley, president; Robert Isnard, executive vice president; Rhonda Mesterhazy, vice president of operations; Steve Franz, vice president of commercial sales.
Target clientele: Companies that will be relocating either within their facilites, between locations, into a new facility. Companies that are in need of additional space for storing or warehousing their goods, products or materials, record storage, distribution needs. Also, coordinating relocations of corporate transferees around the country, along with individual personal moves.
Business organization memberships: International Facilities Management Association-Southeastern Wisconsin Chapter; International Facilities Management Association-Madison Chapter; BOMA; American Moving and Storage Association; and Arpin Sales Association.
What has fueled your company’s growth? Exceptional service provided by an exceptional staff and crews. Providing flexiblility and being able to react to changes in scheduling and the marketplace. Providing more than just the physical aspect of the relocation, including detail consulting, planning and a strategic process to ensure every relocation is completed in a smooth, trouble free and economical fashion.
What is the biggest obstacle to your company’s growth? The continued rising cost of health insurance and coverages.
Do you plan any changes in your company in the upcoming months? Adding additional equipment, updating our technology (continually) and adding additional salespeople.
What is the outlook for the business conditions of your industry over the next several months? The commercial relocation market continues to be strong, however, the residential market has weakened, primarily due to the housing market and related conditions.