BRAVO! Group Services Reinforces Mid-Atlantic Presence With New Regional Vice President

November 14, 2017

BRAVO! Group Services (BRAVO!), one of the largest, privately-held facility support companies in the country, has named Jim Gorman to the position of Regional Vice President.  Mr. Gorman will be responsible for overseeing daily operations throughout the Philadelphia/Delaware portfolio.

Mr. Gorman comes to BRAVO! from AlliedBarton Security Services, where he served as Managing Partner, providing exceptional leadership to more than 7000 personnel and servicing 500+ clients in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, and West Virginia.  During his 29-year career at AlliedBarton, Mr. Gorman directed strategic focus on revenue growth and profitability, new business development, the client experience, and employee engagement.  Mr. Gorman holds a Bachelor of Science, Administration of Justice from Penn State University.

“Bringing a heavy-hitter like Jim on board raises our unsurpassed management expertise and corporate culture of service excellence to an even higher level at BRAVO!,” commented Frank S. Wardzinski, BRAVO! Chief Operating Officer.  “Jim’s reputation of professionalism, integrity, and success is well-established, and I am confident he will make a significant impact on BRAVO!’s continued growth throughout the Philadelphia and Delaware region.  We are proud to welcome him to the BRAVO! Group Services team.

 For more information call 866-OH-BRAVO or visit


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