Kings III Emergency Communications, a privately-owned emergency help phone-monitoring company based in Coppell, was honored to be recognized by its employees and The Dallas Morning News by making the daily newspaper’s Top 100 Places to Work list, falling in at 26th in the midsize companies category.
With residents home now more than ever, multifamily property managers face a unique set of COVID-19 challenges. Here are some industry-specific tips to keep in mind both during shelter-in-place orders as well as after, when settling into the new normal.
Kings III, an all-inclusive turnkey emergency monitoring service for building owners and property managers is pleased to have Michelle Lindus join the company as Emergency Dispatch Center Director.
As Kings III continues to pursue our aggressive growth goals, we are excited to have Tod now leading our sales team. His experience speaks for itself and his ability to lead from the front and motivate while working cross functionally will be an invaluable asset.
Deemed critical infrastructure, Kings III continues to operate during this unclear and difficult time. Learn more about what that means here.
Recent changes to the ASME code will change how entrapped passenger communicate with emergency personnel. What does that mean for property managers and those who are responding to the emergency calls?
This blog post references a recent event that was by all accounts a tragedy, but we're not here to scare you or point fingers. We simply want to raise awareness that elevator accidents can occur anywhere. What can you do to improve the situation?