On the historic day of the last scheduled flight of the U.S. Space Shuttle Program, Glastonbury Property Solutions LLC announces that it has executed a sub-contract to provide consulting services to the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) for the purpose of identifying cost saving and operational efficiencies in the management of NASA-owned real estate. As NASA winds-down the Space Shuttle Program, it has identified a need to realize operational cost savings in its management of some of its real estate assets. Glastonbury Property Solutions is acting under a sub-contract to a Fortune 500 NASA contractor to provide this service. Jonathan Zich, Managing Director of GPS, said “this is an excellent opportunity to leverage our expertise in the operations and management of federally owned properties. We are delighted to associate with the U.S. Space Program and look forward to bringing our expertise to the success of NASA at a time of continued budgetary pressures. As the Space Shuttle Atlantis is launched for the last time from the Kennedy Space Center, we too will be launching our efforts to reposition NASA for future success.” Funds saved in real estate operations can be used for the future development of NASA programs. The Space Shuttle Atlantis was launched on Friday, July 8th from the Kennedy Space Center’s Launch Pad 39A.
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