Kortech (Main)



Kortech’s team of Facilities Managers manage facilities projects and on-going maintenance for your organization to ensure the functionality of the building environment through the integration of people, place, process and technology. These services encompass multiple disciplines including: electrical, plumbing, painting, HVAC, elevator, construction, landscaping, and snow-removal.

Kortech Facility Managers help our clients understand the potential impact of their decisions on their provision of space, services, cost and business risk. We help assure your facilities are being operated and maintained in a safe, secure and cost-effective manner. Failure to do so may lead to unhealthy conditions leading to employee or client illnesses or injuries, loss of business, prosecution and insurance claims. The confidence of customers and investors in the business may also be affected by adverse publicity from safety lapses.



Kortech Facilities Managers work with your current contractors or bring our pre-approved sub-contractor to the table to assure your FM needs are met in a timely and cost-effective manner. Our sub-contractors are prescreened and pre-approved to assure they meet our rigorous quality standards. All laborers are vetted via a drug-screen and background-check process 


  • Safety – our FM will assure that all facilities work is performed safely which minimizes the change a mishap will occur and helps avoid negative publicity and litigation

  • OSHA approved Facilities Managers – our FMS are OSHA-30 (30-hour training) course approved to help assure all work is compliant with OSHA regulations and performed in a safe environment

  • Coordination of multiple contractors / vendors – our FM will work with each contractor / vendor to make sure their work activities do not interfere with each other

  • Communication – if systems need to be shut down, our FM will assure this is communicated to management and employees well in advance of the event to avoid unpleasant, unsafe surprises

  • Reduce overhead costs – avoid the overhead and project management fees charged by General Contractors, which increase the cost of their bids by 8% to 10%

  • Knowledge continuity of your facilities – our FM will be assigned to your organization’s facilities for the long-haul; they will learn the nuances of your systems and business processes to assure project safety and success, and minimize costs

  • Facilities management cost reporting and management – our FM will maintain records and produce weekly or monthly reports of all faculties-related expenses so you can make informed FM decisions

  • Capital Project Management – our FMs can manage large capital projects, such as the upgrade of a cafeteria, the building of a new parking garage or the remodeling of your entire facility

  • Prescreened subcontractors and laborers – you can rest assured that the contractors working in your facility have been prescreened to avoid performance and other issues


In the spirit of Holiday Giving, Impact Group is giving away a free Supply Chain Assessment to an organization interested in maximizing their current investments. This Assessment will take three to four business days and will cover the topics listed at right. It will be performed at no charge and with no strings attached, during the first quarter of 2019.

If your organization is interested in this free offering, please send an email to Joe Golemo at jgolemo@impactgroupmn.com before 5:00 P.M. on Friday, December 21, 2018 to be eligible. One organization will be selected from all entries and will be announced on the Impact Group website during the week of December 24, 2018.


The Deliverable from this Assessment will be an Executive Summary of our findings and Recommendations for ways to improve your Supply Chain operations. There is no obligation to acquire additional services.

Please send an email to Joe Golemo at jgolemo@impactgroupmn.com to express your interest in this free Assessment. Thank you!

  • Does your Supply Chain Strategy deliver the expected results?
    Objectives should drive strategy, and strategy should drive tactics—not the reverse.

  • Is your Sales and Operations Planning (S&OP) effective?
    Get your process right first and define your systems after.

  • Are you satisfied with your Customer Service Performance?
    Give customers what they really want, not just what you think they want.

  • Do your Performance Measurement Tools tell the whole story?
    Measure what is strategically important so that you can manage and improve it.

  • Does your Asset Utilization support your Cash Flow Objectives?
    Get more productivity out of fewer assets.

  • Does your Supply Chain network design provide a competitive advantage?
    Keep costs down and reliability up by designing your network to minimize product handling.

  • Are you effectively using Outsourcing Partners? Are they dependable?
    Both parties can benefit from a healthy and proactive partnership.