BXP Awards Able Services West Coast Portfolio Contract

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BXP Awards Able Services West Coast Portfolio Contract

Able Services, a leading provider of stationary engineering, janitorial and facilities management solutions, has been selected by Boston Properties (BXP) to continue providing engineering solutions to its West Coast portfolio of real estate including the iconic Salesforce Tower.

Employees and management of Able Services deploy the maintenance industry's best practices for building operations. Focusing on tenant comfort, asset preservation and sustainability, Able's staff will continue to service BXP's Class A+ portfolio on the West Coast.

"As an organization we are very proud to have been chosen to continue providing services for BXP," says Jeff Palmer, Sr. VP of Engineering West. "Over the past twenty-one years our collaboration on operations and maintenance showcased Able Services as a partner in BXP's Real Estate operations. We've passionately worked with this client to deliver their sustainability goals by operating buildings at the highest standards in the industry. In the future, we will continue to innovate and provide best-in-class services to a best-in-class real estate portfolio."

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About Able Services

Working together to deliver valuAble work-life experiences, Able Services is the USA's largest family-owned and privately-held provider of full service maintenance solutions. Since 1926, Able has provided effective solutions for building owners, reducing their operating costs and preserving asset valuations. Serving over one billion sq. ft. with 17,000 employees, Able provides Engineering, Janitorial and Facilities Management solutions to properties in 43 states. Able Services delivers 'Service at Work.'

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Media Contact: Samuel Shapiro, Able Services, 4154707516, sam.shapiro@ableserve.com

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