ABM Janitorial Services Awarded Contract with Lambert-St. Louis International Airport
According to a recent press release, ABM Janitorial Services, an operating unit of ABM Industries Incorporated, has been awarded a multi-year, multi-million dollar contract renewal with Lambert-St. Louis International Airport (STL). The contract covers janitorial service for all common areas throughout the airport concourses, which encompass approximately 290,000 square feet.
“We look forward to continuing to provide janitorial service to Lambert-St. Louis International Airport, one of the country’s busiest airports,” said Jim McClure, president of ABM Janitorial Services. “Our long-standing expertise in the aviation industry, combined with our efficient and consistent quality of service, will ensure a comfortable and satisfying experience for the more than 20 million passengers who travel through the airport each year,” he added.
“We are pleased with ABM's consistent responsiveness to the airport's cleaning needs and changing demands,” said Dan Faulk, airport facilities maintenance manager for Lambert-St. Louis International Airport. “We look forward to another three years of continued efficiency and excellent janitorial service,” he added.
Lambert-St. Louis International Airport is the 11th busiest airport in North America for aircraft operations and 15th in total passengers. The airport is situated on approximately 2,000 acres and is comprised of five runways. Lambert has 83 gates serving 10 major airlines, as well as five commuter airlines, eight on-site cargo companies and four major charter companies. Lambert employs more than 19,000 people through airlines, vendors and service companies, as well as the City of St. Louis, which owns and operates the airport.
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