US management firm ABM moves into NI market with £1.1m Bloomfield contract

ABM, a leading provider of facilities solutions, has announced a new £1.1 million contract with Bloomfield Shopping Centre
Gareth McKeown

A US-owned management company has announced the opening of a new Belfast office and a £1.1 million contract to work with Bloomfield Shopping Centre in Bangor.

ABM, a leading provider of facilities solutions has opened the new office in the city and appointed a dedicated regional manager, as part of the firm's plans to grow its presence in the north.

The news comes as the company, which employs over 7,000 in the UK and counts the O2, Heathrow Airport and the Bullring Shopping Centre among its list of high profile clients, announced a deal to supply Bloomfield Shopping Centre and Retail Park.

The three-year deal is worth £1.1 million and around 20 staff will supply the Bangor centre with cleaning and security services.

Kim Harris, integrated facility solutions director of ABM, said: "The contract win with Bloomfield Shopping Centre and Retail Park is the latest addition to our retail portfolio, and with customer retention at the heart of our service, we expect many more in the coming months and years."

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