Clean Buildings. Happy Customers.
We are the certified professionals that provide you and your stakeholders a clean, cool, safe, and optimized workplace. The result? Employees and customers who return because they feel healthy, comfortable, and secure.
Tier One Property Services, L.L.C.
Tier One Property Services, L.L.C. is a minority-owned facility services provider of commercial janitorial, building maintenance and specialty property services with the capacity of serving customers throughout the United States.
Whether it’s commercial office buildings, healthcare facilities, school districts, governmental facilities, warehouse and distribution operations, manufacturing and sports facilities — our customers can expect high standards of quality, professional process, and a proficient motivated workforce for Tier One Aztec Property Services.
Tier One Aztec Property Services is a nationally recognized and certified by the National Minority Supplier Development Council.
Tier One Aztec Property Services keeps our customer’s sites around the country clean and safe.
Tier One Aztec Property Services is proud to announce that our President and CEO, J. Harold Hatchett, III has been recognized among The CLF C-Level Focus 10 Most Inspiring CEO’s. See The CLF 10 Most Inspiring CEO’s article about J. Harold Hatchett, III and Tier One Aztec, “Include inclusion and collaboration in your fundamentals.”
Tier One Aztec Property Services is proud to announce that we have been named among The Silicon Review’s 2023 50 Smartest Companies of the Year. See The Silicon Review’s 50 Smartest Companies of the Year 2023 article about Tier One Aztec, “Banking on its safety-driven culture and well-trained workforce, minority-owned Tier One Property Services, LLC […]
We are proud to announce that Claudia Eguez Buchanan, VP of Operations, Tier One Aztec Property Services, has been recognized as one of the Top 50 Women Leaders of Houston for 2023 by Women We Admire. The Top 50 Women Leaders of Houston are chosen by Women We Admire for their outstanding contributions to Houston’s […]