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WE MAKE YOUR BUILDINGS RUN LIKE A CHARM.
 

FREESTONE GROUP is an independent company that makes sure you’re free of worry when it comes to your company’s buildings and infrastructure. Whether it has to do with your real estate, building or facility management.

Our departments:


CRESA | Real Estate Advisory
FREESTONE FACILITY | Facility & Building Advisory
FREESTONE PEOPLE | Project Sourcing & Managed Building Services
FREESTONE LAB | Training Academy

 

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