Carey Doss Named Assistant Vice President for Universal Building Maintenance
Carey Doss has been named Assistant Vice President of Universal Building Maintenance (UBM), a janitorial and facilities division of Universal Services of America. As a member of the core leadership team, Doss will be responsible for assisting with day-to-day operations in the Los Angeles region, the company's largest market.
"We are very happy to have Carey on board and believe he will not only raise our levels of customer service, but will add depth to our organization," said Mark Olivas, UBM President. "Carey and I have worked together for over 12 years in previous capacities, and he's nothing short of stellar. I'm proud to say that together we were extremely successful in regionally changing the janitorial landscape, including creating novel ways to keep customers' facilities cleaner and healthier for their visitors, tenants and employees. It will be great to work with him once again to continue to set trends and direction for the industry," said Olivas.
Prior to joining UBM, Doss recently oversaw a diverse portfolio for a large competitor in Los Angeles, with responsibilities and billings exceeding $166 million a year. As a leader and veteran with over 20 years of experience in several vertical markets within the janitorial industry, such as commercial office buildings, sports arenas, technology, healthcare and retail, he will help strengthen UBM's presence in other target areas.
Doss is a graduate of San Diego State University and currently serves on the Executive Board of TheCentury City Chamber of Commerce. He resides in Pasadena, Calif. Reach him atCarey.Doss@universalpro.com or 626-310-8000.
Universal Building Maintenance, which specializes in green cleaning services for commercial facilities, primarily operates in California and Arizona. UBM is a 100% "green" janitorial company, using only environmentally-friendly products and practices. It is also LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) and Green Seal certified, and belongs to the U.S. Green Building Council.