BOSTON, April 14 /PRNewswire/ -- One year ago, and following an extensive review and due diligence process involving several potential industry vendors, Harvard Real Estate Services (HRES) identified Building Engines as the clear choice to provide and service a Web-Based Operations Management solution for their real estate portfolio located in Cambridge, Allston, and Brighton, Massachusetts.
What does HRES stand for?
HRES stands for Harvard Real Estate Services (Harvard University)
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We have 5 other meanings of HRES in our Acronym Attic
- Habitat Rehabilitation and Enhancement Project
- Habitat Restoration and Enhancement Project (USACE)
- Halifax Regional Environmental Partnership (consortium; Canada)
- Hudson River Estuary Program (New York State)
- Human Rights Education Program for Women (Women for Women’s Human Rights)
- Hampton Roads Estate Planning Council (Chesapeake, VA)
- Heritage Resources and Environmental Policy Compliance (Los Alamos National Laboratory)
- Historical Resources Evaluation Report
- Human Rights Education Radio Listeners Club
- Human Rights Education and Research Network
- Hayman Residential Engineering Services Inc. (Rapid City, SD)
- High-Resolution Endoluminal Sonography (medical imaging)
- Highland Rim Experiment Station (University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture; Springfield, TN)
- House Resolution (style of a measure pertaining only to the House of Representatives)
- Hudson River Environmental Society (Altamont, NY)
- Human Resources Employment Solutions
- Human Rights Education Service Corps
- Health Research and Educational Trust (New Jersey)
- High Reach Extendible Turret (Rosenbauer Firefighting Vehicles)
- House of Representatives Electoral Tribunal (Philippines)
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As director of residential real estate at Harvard Real Estate Services, a centralized department at Harvard University, she lives and works in one of the most expensive areas in the country.