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ABM secures M&E deal with TfL

The integrated facility and aviation services provider has been appointed by Transport for London (TfL) to provide mechanical and electrical (M&E) services across the London Underground network.

The contract focuses predominantly on providing mechanical and electrical maintenance to London Underground buildings when required, such as maintaining heating and cooling systems and lighting.

This marks a strategic expansion of ABM’s longstanding relationship with TfL, providing cleaning services since 2017.

The news comes as Campbell Murdoch joins the business from City FM to lead the Business & Industry division. Murdoch will play a key part in delivering ABM’s ambitious growth strategy which puts an immediate focus on the rapid expansion of the technical services offering. The new M&E contract with TfL is a significant first step in delivering those growth plans.

Murdoch said of the contract award: “We first began working with Transport for London in 2017 when we were awarded the contract to clean London Underground stations and trains, bus depots, head office buildings and the London Transport Museum. We have since navigated the pandemic in collaboration with TfL, employing increased hygiene measures to ensure the network remained safe for front line workers and commuters travelling during lock down and beyond.

“We are proud to continue that relationship, now able to showcase our technical capabilities, and ensuring they receive a data-enabled service that will enhance efficiency.”

Richard Sykes, SVP and President for UK and Ireland at ABM added: “This is a significant move towards achieving our strategic vision for ambitious growth in 2024. ABM has an impressive client portfolio across the sectors we serve and the services we offer; expanding the relationships we have with incumbent customers will be key to our plans and offer our partners increased efficiency as just one of the benefits.”

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