National operator of multifamily housing communities announces creation of construction management division and appointment of Anthony Alsup as Vice President, Asset Services
BIRMINGHAM, Ala., September 21, 2021--(BUSINESS WIRE)--SPM today announced the creation of SPM Building Services, LLC and the appointment of Anthony Alsup, as the company’s vice president, asset services. SPM Building Services will provide construction management services for large capital projects and value-add renovations for multifamily properties.
"SPM Building Services is a natural evolution of SPM’s overall service offerings" said Bill Welden, SPM’s president. "This builds on our decades of experience in delivering value-add rehab and adds critical expertise and bandwidth to our teams. Our clients can take advantage of a one-stop shop for their multifamily property management and construction management needs."
Alsup will direct all SPM Building Services activities as part of a broader Asset Services function wherein he will also be responsible for financial planning and analysis, maintenance and facilities and asset management activities on behalf of SPM and its multifamily apartment communities. Alsup joins a team that includes professionals in the areas of financial planning and analysis, property maintenance and facilities and project management.
Alsup was selected through a national search process. He is joining the firm in Birmingham after relocating from Denver, where he most recently oversaw Asset Management activities for a real estate investment firm with $1B AUM.
"The need for this highly specialized construction management skillset within our property management group is more evident than ever and we are thrilled to welcome Alsup to SPM to lead this initiative," said SPM’s Executive Vice President, Mitchell G. Smith. "His experience will add significant capability and strength to our team."
SPM is an innovative multifamily property management firm with 43 years of experience in affordable, LIHTC and market-rate property operations. SPM currently manages over 18,000 units of multifamily housing across 13 Southeastern states as well as other select regions in the U.S.
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