Multi-Family Housing Trade Show Sponsored By AACSC To Feature Business Continuity And Disaster Recovery Planning Experts

Optimum Seismic, Inc. will be featured at the Multi-Family Housing Trade Show sponsored by the Apartment Association of California Southern Cities (AACSC).

September 16, 2019 / / —

On September 18th, 2019, industry experts and seasoned professionals within the unique housing market segment, multifamily housing, will come together at the Multi-Family Housing Trade Show sponsored by the Apartment Association of California Southern Cities (AACSC) to network and discuss trends within the industry. Optimum Seismic will be featured, covering important topics related to critical business operations in the event of a disaster within the context of business continuity and disaster recovery plans. Optimum Seismic will also sponsor the 2019 Awards Breakfast.

Michael Brennan, President of AACSC, said, “We’re planning an excellent program for this 51st annual Trade Show and Rental Housing Expo of the Apartment Association of California Southern Cities (AACSC). Our Business-to-Business trade show has been designed to provide exhibitors the opportunity to meet face-to-face and interact with attendees.”

There will be plenty of opportunities for networking during the conference as well as opportunities to meet a range of potential suppliers of professional services. There will also be the opportunity to view new products, services and technologies. The conference attendees can expect to learn a lot from the speakers too.

Narek Ekmekjyan, Optimum Seismic’s Vice President, overseeing seismic retrofit, will be giving a presentation during the trade show. His role is to oversee all of the company’s operational, customer support and financial functions and his talk will encompass his extensive experience in the contracting industry, including construction of residential, commercial and government building projects.

This is an important topic to cover and, as Ali Sahabi, COO at Optimum Seismic, says, “Its good business for apartment owners to protect their equity and income by investing in seismic retrofits and ensuring their buildings are earthquake resistant before the next major earthquake strikes Southern California.”

About Optimum Seismic

Optimum Seismic provides full-service seismic retrofit engineering and construction services on multifamily residential, commercial and industrial buildings in California. They have worked on over 3,000 projects including soft-story multifamily apartment buildings, unreinforced masonry (URM) buildings and tilt-up, non-ductile concrete and steel moment frame commercial buildings.

For more information about Optimum Seismic, Inc., please contact Ali Sahabi on (833) 978-7664, or email Info@OptimumSeismic.com. Please address any postal queries to 2417 East 57th St. Vernon, CA 90058 and check out their website https://www.optimumseismic.com/ for any further information you need.

Contact Info:
Name: Ali Sahabi
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Organization: Optimum Seismic, Inc.
Address: 2417 East 57th St. Vernon, CA 90058
Phone: (833) 978-7664
Website: https://www.optimumseismic.com/

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