ABM Assists Georgia School District With Reducing Energy CostsJanuary 28, 2021
ABM has initiated a fifth phase Energy Savings Performance Contract with Madison County Schools (MCS) in Madison County, Georgia.
The newest phase of the agreement calls for ABM to install enhanced HVAC systems in four MCS school gymnasiums. The new HVAC systems will include needlepoint bipolar ionization assets, a pathogen and particle control measure recommended through ABM’s EnhancedFacility™ program. The combined results after all five phases of the project are complete are expected to save MCS an estimated US$40 million in energy and operational costs over a 17-year period.
“We’re evolving energy projects to meet schools’ needs,” said Mark Hawkinson, president of ABM’s technical solutions division. “We’re helping Madison County Schools with ventilation upgrades and disinfection services, while also creating cash flow for the next two years, so the district can do more across the board for students, teachers, and the local community.”
MCS has been a custodial client of ABM’s since 2014 and has worked with ABM on energy performance upgrades since 2001.
ABM is a provider of building maintenance and facility services across the United States and Canada, offering customized solutions for cleaning, engineering maintenance, and commercial building maintenance. For more information, visit www.abm.com.