The Facilities Group new President, Adam Taylor

An industry veteran with over 20 years of service experience, Taylor joins The Facilities Group as President of non-aviation after previously holding executive leadership positions including President of Unifi, previously Delta Global Services and SVP of Operations at ABM Industries. Adam's proven track record of leading technology enabled workforces in mobile environments will accelerate The Facilities Group's technical systems resulting in improved quality, reduced costs and enhanced customer experience. "I am extremely excited to be joining The Facilities Group and continuing to accelerate our growth as a leader in the facility maintenance and janitorial industry." Taylor stated.
The Facilities Group, with 20 offices, now services more than 27,000 locations across the country. "Adam possesses the qualifications, expertise and discipline to propel us to the next level and enhance the current landscape of our organization", stated Bryson Raver, Chief Executive Officer of The Facilities Group.
Taylor joins one of the fastest growing national providers of facilities maintenance and janitorial services in the United States, with additional acquisitions expected in 2022.
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