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New appointments as AFM secures new contracts

New appointments as AFM secures new contracts

Wednesday 11 February 2015

New appointments as AFM secures new contracts

Wednesday 11 February 2015

AFM has made three senior appointments following an increase in the number of contracts.

Phil Le Claire, Adrian Milon and Colin Bromley have all joined the facilities management company’s senior management team.

"AFM is the Channel Islands’ leading facilities management company and the business has grown and expanded as the demands from our clients have increased. Our direct labour force of over 350 staff and model of self-delivered and managed services from air conditioning, electrical, fire, security, planned maintenance, 24-7 helpdesk and a range of cleaning and reception services, have seen a large growth in the number of local and offshore companies utilising our services," said AFM joint managing director Darren Etasse.

"We have recently secured a number of offshore island contracts in Jersey, Guernsey and the Isle of Man and so the time was right to strengthen the local management teams so that we can continue delivering a high level of service."

Mr Le Claire previously worked in the construction industry and been involved in a number of charitable organisations. In his new role, he will be developing new business relationships and expanding AFM’s hard and soft services in Jersey.

"My experience within the construction industry means I have a real understanding of how a building is constructed and the importance of maintenance. I want to use that knowledge to build the business and identify new services," he said.

Mr Milon has more than 25 years of technical building services expertise which will enhance the support teams and Mr Bromley will use his 20 years of finance and administration procedures to align management processes across the islands.

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