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ABM has made a number of internal and external appointments following the relocation of staff to a new London headquarters building and client sites in the UK and Ireland.

Tony Hampson joins from Amey as Vice President of Operations and will see the expansion and integration of the facility service provider’s Technical Solutions division – an area earmarked for growth in the ‘One ABM’ plan launched by Richard Sykes following his appointment as SVP & President for the UK and Ireland early in 2023.

Nick Nothard has been promoted to the role of Commercial Director for Business & Industry UK and will continue to manage key contracts.

We have a keen focus on leveraging our world class reputation for soft services as a platform to bolster our hard services business; and Tony’s extensive experience means he is well positioned to lead the team in achieving our ambitious plans.

To enhance delivery of soft services, David Donovan has been promoted as Vice President of Operations and will continue to manage all aspects of the group’s strategic relationship with Transport for London (TfL), overseeing four major contracts.

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Campbell Murdoch, Business & Industry (B&I) Managing Director, comments: “The opportunity for the B&I division is significant. We have a keen focus on leveraging our world class reputation for soft services as a platform to bolster our hard services business; and Tony’s extensive experience means he is well positioned to lead the team in achieving our ambitious plans.

“Earlier this year we were awarded a significant contract with Transport for London (TfL) to provide mechanical and electrical (M&E) services across the London Underground network. It marked the strategic expansion of ABM’s longstanding relationship with TfL, providing cleaning services since 2017 and is a clear demonstration of the value we can offer our customers. David and Nic were pivotal to this win and will continue to bring this growth mindset to the team in their new roles.”

Renewed strategic focus on the transport, business and industry (B&I), manufacturing and distribution, and public sectors unites two teams from sites at Heathrow’s World Business Centre at the company’s new 14,500 sq. ft office space which is designed to foster collaborative working. It also follows the move of the London Bridge office to the North Greenwich offices of Transport for London (TfL), and the relocation of the Irish Blackjack Promotions team to ABM’s Ireland HQ.

Sykes comments: “Last year, we unveiled our vision for the ‘One ABM’ approach, and we’ve made significant progress towards realising it. Relocating to our new headquarters and consolidating support services and functions marks a crucial milestone in ABM’s new chapter.

“Every member of the ABM team plays a vital role, and close collaboration is essential for fostering a thriving culture. We are now even better equipped to continue advancing our growth agenda, leveraging our strengths to delve deeper into our target sectors.”

Visit www.abm.co.uk.

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