Ampco Wins U Of Hawaii Contract
LOS ANGELES -- Ampco System Parking, a subsidiary of ABM Industries Inc., has been awarded a multiyear contract with the University of Hawaii (UH) that covers gate operations and general parking related services at the Manoa Campus.

“We are pleased to work with the University of Hawaii to provide professional parking management services for this unique and diverse public system of higher education throughout the state of Hawaii,” said Rich Kindorf, president of Ampco System Parking. “Our reputation for delivering the highest standards and experience in facility management, customer service and revenue control will bring great value to the University’s operations and to the thousands of students and campus visitors it serves every day.”

The University of Hawaii System includes 10 campuses and dozens of educational, training and research centers across the Hawaiian Islands. The University offerings range from certificate and vocational through doctoral programs. Currently, the System’s enrollment comprises nearly 50,000 students.

Ampco System Parking is an industry leader, operating more than 1,800 lots and garages in 37 U.S. states.

ABM Industries Inc. and its subsidiaries are providers of facility services in the United States. With fiscal 2007 revenues in excess of $2.8 billion and more than 105,000 employees, ABM provides janitorial, parking, security and engineering services for thousands of commercial, industrial, institutional and retail facilities across the United States, Puerto Rico and British Columbia, Canada.
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