ABM Delivers School Infrastructure Solution and Energy Savings with Facility Services for Dooly County Schools

ABM (NYSE: ABM), a leading provider of facility solutions, announced the initiation of an Energy Performance Contracting program for Dooly County School System in Georgia. Creating $3.7 million in projected energy and operating cost savings over a twenty-year period, ABM’s custom solution addresses capital and operational upgrades through ABM’s unique ability to deliver both energy-saving infrastructure solutions and ongoing services such as custodial and maintenance.

“Our technical and financial solutions help communities make sure the benefits of their investment are tangible for today’s students,” said Mark Hawkinson, President of ABM Technical Solutions.

“We not only improve infrastructure through projects like this for our clients, but we also protect and preserve those investments for students, teachers and staff with ongoing maintenance and custodial services,” said Valerie Burd, President of Education for ABM.

In addition to energy savings and operational cost reductions from improved lighting, controls, and HVAC equipment for Dooly County’s K-8 Academy and High School, the project includes increased space for the bus maintenance facility and upgrades for student athletic facilities, including additional bathrooms, new lighting systems, and upgrades to playing surfaces for the track, tennis courts, and football/soccer field.

The project also includes a new roof for the high school’s gymnasium and a redesigned HVAC system to lengthen the useful life of the roof and provide climate control for the interior.

ABM’s Energy Performance Contracting Program enables a school system to invest in critical facility upgrades without drawing new capital from the community. The program is designed to drive costs out of a district’s operating budget, redirecting savings to fund critical facility needs and educational initiatives. ABM works with more than 500 K-12 school systems, colleges, and universities throughout the U.S. This video outlines how ABM provides a way to empower investment in educational facilities without upfront costs or tax increases.

“Our students deserve state-of-the-art facilities,” said Dr. Craig Lockhart, Superintendent of Dooly County School System. “This project, through an innovative solution, helps our community achieve more for each school, to perpetuate success for every student.”

About ABM

ABM (NYSE: ABM) is one of the world’s largest providers of integrated facility services. A driving force for a cleaner, healthier, and more sustainable world, ABM provides essential services that improve the spaces and places that matter most. From curbside to rooftop, ABM offers a comprehensive array of facility services that includes janitorial, engineering, parking, electrical & lighting, energy solutions, HVAC & mechanical, landscape & turf, and mission critical solutions. ABM delivers these custom facility solutions to properties across a wide range of industries – from commercial office buildings to schools, airports, hospitals, data centers, manufacturing plants and distribution centers, entertainment venues and more. Founded in 1909, ABM serves over 20,000 clients, with annualized revenue approaching $8 billion and more than 100,000 team members in 350+ offices throughout the United States, United Kingdom and other international locations. For more information, visit www.abm.com.

 

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