Transfield Services’ US facilities management subsidiary, USM, has today announced that it has secured new contracts totalling USD188 million with major US clients Rite Aid Corporation, Bed Bath and Beyond, JoAnn Fabric and Craft Stores, The Sports Authority and Regis Corporation.
USM will provide a range of facilities management services to its clients, including snow removal, landscaping, heating, ventilation and air-conditioning (HVAC), floor care, janitorial, lighting, repair and maintenance services. The new USM contracts include a series of renewed contracts with Rite Aid Corporation, with an additional 150 sites for landscaping, over one year; an award of an additional 4,800 sites with Regis Corporation on an ongoing monthly basis; a renewed contract with The Sports Authority over three years; and an expanded contract with Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft Stores, with USM now servicing all 764 Jo-Ann Stores locations across the United States.
In addition to the contracts secured in North America, Transfield Services holds preferred bidder status in the Australian and New Zealand region over AUD590m of contracts and has been awarded AUS1.4m of new work in the Middle East.
Managing Director and CEO, Dr Peter Goode, said: “Our diversity as a truly integrated global service provider has enabled us to continue to convert our strong pipeline of opportunities across the full range of sectors and markets we work in. We continue to see positive signs of recovery in the US with USM holding preferred bidder status over an additional USD90 million of work which, together with these new contracts, represents increased work in hand for USM of USD278 million.”
Transfield Services delivers essential services to key industries in the resources and industrial, property and infrastructure sectors. A leading global provider of operations, maintenance, and asset and project management services, Transfield Services has more than 28,000 employees in Australia, New Zealand, the United States, Canada, the United Arab Emirates, Qatar, India, Malaysia, Chile and New Caledonia.