ABM Industries Corporate Office - Corporate Offices & Headquarters

ABM Industries Corporate Office

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ABM Industries Corporate Office Address

ABM Industries
551 Fifth Avenue Suite 300
New York, NY 10176

Contact ABM Industries

Phone Number: (212) 297-0200
Fax Number: (212) 297-0375
Website: http://www.abm.com
Email: Email ABM Industries

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Executives

CEO: Henrik C. Slipsager
CFO: James S. Lusk
COO: James P. McClure

ABM Industries History

ABM Industries Incorporated is a facilities management company.

The company was founded in 1909 by Morris Rosenberg as a window-cleaning company. In 1913 Morris incorporated the company as American Building Maintenance.

In the 1920’s and 1930’s the company began to add services such as janitorial services and annual cleaning services.

Today ABM Industries offers janitorial services to operators of hospitals, manufacturing plants, schools, office buildings, transportation facilities, and shopping centers throughout the United States as well as in Canada and Puerto Rico.

Its division Ampco System Parking operates 1,800 parking garages and lots across 35 states, mainly at airports.

The company is publicly traded on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol ABM, is a member of the S&P 600, is a member of the Russell 2000, is #512 in the Fortune 1000, has 110,000 employees, and had 4.97 billion in revenue in 2013.

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Bob Wallace November 19, 2017 at 8:37 am

Terrible management at DFW Airport. The General manager and HR manager are rude, and unprofessional. The HR manager is completely incompetent at her job, very unapproachable, rude and unprofessional. The GM is also unapproachable, unprofessional, rude, and is completely apathetic towards his job responsibilities, his employees, or representation of ABM and DFW Airport. The GM is dishonest, and advocates dishonest and deceptive practices by his employees. His lead supervisor is racist and discriminatory, while he condones and supports rude behavior on behalf of his HR Manager. He instructed his employees to falsify and embellish statistics being compiled to be submitted to DFW and it’s board members. The company utilizes a PEO (Professional Employment Organization)to avoid compliance with the Federal ACA (Affordable Care ACT, Aka Obama Care), and as a means of avoiding penalties and liabilities under the ACA. This PEO has never had a presence at DFW airport, nor any kind of HR or Management assistance or involvement (they are located in Washington DC). The pay is below industry standards, the working conditions are very unacceptable, including a hostile, intimidating, humiliating attitude by the management and supervisors. The turnover rate is astronomical (over 100 drivers, and 20 supervisors in my 5 year tenure as am employee there). They do not offer benefits to the majority of their workforce, and to those that they do offer it to, it is very sub-par in it’s coverage, and expensive. There are no bonuses or incentives, and very little room for advancement. They also have a nepotism clause, that if you are terminated you are not eligible to work for any ABM subsidiary or company, and they go out of their way to block you and blacklist you from pursuing other options available, even prior to termination. I would not recommend this company for employment.

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Cindy Strunk October 15, 2017 at 3:16 pm

This company sends out customers to collections without notifying them they BELIEVE they are owned money 2 and 1/2 years after the fact. While never sending and invoice to the customer for 2 1/2 yrs. I did pay to double to park in their parking lot (while an employee was on the lot) and handed me an envelope to pay as THEIR equipment was not working. So I paid double to park. Then they send me to collections.

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