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Uniform approach at Durst properties

Employees of The Durst Organization who work in its nine commercial properties are now sporting new uniforms designed and manufactured by I. Buss & Allan Uniform, announced Jennifer Busch, chief executive officer of I. Buss & Allan.

The uniforms vary according to role, with different outfits for security staff and concierges, porters, cleaning staff, engineers and foremen.

Durst security concierge

Each outfit, however, features the iconic Durst logo embroidered in a custom shade of blue. he blue logo also appears in custom-designed patterned ties for the security and concierge staff, who also wear black suits. The cleaning staff has uniforms dyed a unique shade of blue with contrasting blue buttons.

Durst executives were actively engaged in the design process. “Designing and manufacturing the uniforms was a collaboration between I. Buss & Allan and The Durst Organization,” said John Mongello, director of building services for The Durst Organization.

“We worked together through every step of the process and generated a product that works well, looks good and makes us and our employees proud.”

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