O,R&L Supports CREC with the O,R&L Innovation Fund

From left to right: Douglas H. Henley, III and Robert D. Owens at CREC FallStaff 48.

Robert D. Owens, President/CEO of O,R&L Facility Services celebrates the inaugural year of the “O,R&L Innovation Fund” with Douglas H. Henley, III of the Capitol Region Education Council (CREC) at the organization’s annual start-of-the-school-year kick off, “FallStaff 48!” in Harford, CT on August 22, 2014.

A proud supporter of the magnet K-12 educational organization, O,R&L has committed to support CREC’s Promoting & Cultivating Educational Innovation program.  The exciting new initiative is designed to empower CREC teachers, staff and students to develop the skills to be entrepreneurial leaders, creatively addressing the demands of education in the 21st century. 

The program facilitates a culture of bottom-up innovation, providing various stakeholders the support, time, and space to generate the new, innovative approaches to teaching and learning.  Successful programs will be shared throughout the district thereby increasing the number of teachers and students who will benefit from innovative ideas and new learning strategies.


O,R&L Facility Services provides commercial real estate services for approximately 30 million square feet and $8 billion in real estate net worth.  Services include; brokerage and investment, property and facility management, facility maintenance and janitorial services for commercial/investment properties, high-rise residential complexes, public and private school systems, college and university campuses, state judicial facilities, government buildings, places of public assembly, and commercial and medical facilities. The company employs approximately 1,000 real estate industry professionals.