Office furniture veterans bring subject matter expertise to expanding service
STERLING, Va. (October 14, 2020) – JK Moving Services has hired Mark Dineen and Alyson Nash to their commercial business division to expand and enhance the furniture and workplace installation service provided to clients.
As more people across the nation return to work, the demand for office furniture installation and workplace design has increased rapidly. By expanding JK Moving’s current core competency in this realm, the company will be able to provide “turnkey” support to clients adapting to a new normal in the workplace. With this new talent, and the company’s team of professionally trained movers, PC technicians, and furniture installers, JK Moving is helping businesses get back to work.
Both Dineen and Nash have extensive networks of relationships across the installation, manufacturing, and dealer design arenas, which will enable the company to leverage their knowledge and experience to bring the commercial division’s capability set to an unprecedented level.
Dineen will focus on operations in his new role as Project Director, Installation Services, with more than 20 years of experience managing relocation and procurement projects in the Furniture, Fixtures, and Equipment (FF&E) space. Prior to starting at JK, he worked at KI as a Mid-Atlantic District Manager. “This is a very exciting time for JK and this expanded service we offer,” Dineen said. “With the new demand for workplace solutions nationwide, we will be able to offer our clients a package unlike any other that currently exists in the industry.”
Nash will concentrate on business development in her role as Director, Installation Services, with more than 15 years of experience in business development, sales, and project management space. Before joining JK, Nash worked at Talu as a Senior Project Manager. “I’m thrilled to be starting with JK and to help grow their business model in this space,” Nash stated. “With the foundation already laid in the commercial business division, we are looking forward to even more success in providing our customers with the quality service they expect from this company.”
As this service line expands and continues to grow, JK’s customers who require furnishing knowledge to plan a successful project will have immediate access to the expertise and resources to execute it.
JK, along with its sister company CapRelo, employs nearly 1,100 people—a majority of which live in the Washington, DC metropolitan region. The company has won numerous awards, including being recognized by the Washington Business Journal as a Best Place to Work and Top Corporate Philanthropist.