ABM Continues Partnership With Levi’s Stadium
ABM, provider of facility solutions, will continue its housekeeping contract with Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, CA, home stadium of the San Francisco 49ers, through 2022. ABM has partnered with this state-of-the-art, 68,500-seat venue since it opened in 2014, as America's first professional football stadium to open with LEED Gold certification for new construction. Since that time, Levi's Stadium and ABM have made strides in waste reduction and green cleaning, in support of the stadium's continued leadership in sustainability.
"Levi's Stadium creates an atmosphere where everyone who works in the venue is part of the same team. The team dynamic at this great stadium is unique and it allows us to truly partner with them on making the venue a stand-out attraction for fans," said Art Rodriguez, Vice President, Business & Industry and head of Sports & Entertainment at ABM.
ABM has helped Levi's Stadium achieve a second LEED Gold certification for operations and maintenance of an existing building. Accomplishments under this effort include exemplary scoring on its green cleaning custodial effectiveness assessment and diversion of nearly 63 percent of its waste from landfills.
"ABM supports us in reaching our goals for sustainability and creating a world-class fan experience," said Jim Mercurio, San Francisco 49ers Vice President of Stadium Operations and General Manager. "We look forward to working with them in the coming years to continue to lead in sustainability and enhance the value of Levi's Stadium as an asset to our local community."
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