TPW Management Named One of the "Best Places in Vermont to Work"
TPW takes #10 at an awards ceremony in Burlington sponsored by Vermont Business Magazine
Burlington, Vermont -
TPW Management remains one of the "Best Places in Vermont to Work". On March 29th, TPW was named the 10th Best Place in Vermont to Work in the Small to Medium sized business category. In an awards ceremony held in Burlington, the owners and a number of the employees of TPW Management were presented their award by Governor Douglas. TPW was also honored with this award in 2006, 2008, and 2009.
In response to this year's award, Paul W. Carroccio states that: "TPW Management is proud to be one of the Best Places to Work in Vermont. As a family-owned, Vermont-based Company that provides services to second home ski resort properties and with a deep appreciation for its employees and customers, TPW continues to build on its success. TPW's core competency is Professional Management of Property and incorporates technical consulting and engineering as an added service to its customers. The Company's philosophy is to build a cohesive team of employees that continuously reinvents themselves through the use best practices, related technology, extensive measures of accountability, and proven systems. All of these ingredients combined with a healthy work environment that includes extensive paid time off, health benefits, and retirement plans, allow proactive and energetic people to perform in an extraordinary manner. TPW's highly reliable platform allows for significant value added services with its current management and administrative structure."
TPW has offices in the Mount Snow Resort, Okemo Mountain Resort, Pico/ Killington Resort, Stratton Mountain Resort, and Manchester Vermont areas and manages over 2000 homes at associations in these locations. Utilizing the expertise of in-house teams of Certified Water System Operators, TPW also manages and operates 40 community-based and municipal water systems throughout the state. The company employs Community Association Institute certified managers with specialties in the areas such as financial management, community association governance, and capital project management. In addition to maintenance staff, licensed engineers with backgrounds in structural/building design and construction are also in-house.
In addition to being a great place to work, TPW encourages its employees to be civic minded. In 2009 TPW has helped a number of causes; among the many are the Stratton Foundation, Burr & Burton Academy and the Make a Wish Foundation of Vermont. This, once again, provides the employees of TPW a sense of belonging and reaffirms that TPW is one of the "Best Places in Vermont to Work".‹ Back to Press