Corporate Responsibility

At The Facilities Group, corporate responsibility is woven into the fabric of our operations. We are committed to ethical practices, environmental stewardship, social responsibility, and operational excellence. This commitment is reflected in our ongoing efforts to enhance sustainability, foster inclusivity, and drive innovation

Leading with Integrity

Our Ethical Commitment Integrity is not just a principle; it’s our practice. Governed by a rigorous Code of Business Conduct, we ensure every decision upholds the highest ethical standards. Our ongoing training programs foster transparency and help us grow sustainably while earning the trust of our stakeholders.

  • Code of Conduct Enforcement: Regular updates and communication to all employees.
  • Transparency Initiatives: Quarterly public webinars and a transparency report.
  • Ethics Training:
    Bi-annual sessions with role-specific scenarios.
  • Stakeholder Engagement:
    Regular meetings and advisory board input.

Environmental Stewardship

Our Planet, Our Responsibility Our planet’s health guides our operational strategies. We are committed to reducing our ecological footprint through sustainability initiatives, including renewable energy sources and energy-efficient practices.

  • Renewable Energy Use:
    Increase by 20% in two years, install solar panels.
  • Energy Efficiency Programs:
    Energy audits and HVAC upgrades.
  • Sustainable Practices:
    Recycling programs and zero-waste initiatives.
  • Eco-Friendly Facility Upgrades:
    Retrofit buildings with green technologies.

Social Responsibility

Diversity Drives Us People are our greatest asset, and we are committed to building a diverse and inclusive workforce. Our hiring practices focus on diversity, empowering disadvantaged workforces, and actively recruiting veterans. Our community engagement efforts extend beyond employment to significant volunteer work and charitable contributions.

  • Inclusive Recruitment Strategies:
    Partnerships with diverse recruitment agencies.
  • Employee Resource Groups:
  • Support for employee-led groups.
  • Community Engagement:
  • Volunteer opportunities and corporate giving programs.
  • Corporate Giving:
  • Matching gift program and annual grant program.

Operational Excellence and Innovation

Setting Standards We lead the industry with our commitment to operational excellence and innovation. We enhance service efficiency and client satisfaction by integrating cutting-edge technology and data analytics.

  • Technology Integration:
    Facility management software and IoT.
  • Quality Assurance:
    Regular audits and a continuous feedback loop.
  • Innovation Workgroups:
    Cross-departmental teams for process innovation.
  • Data-Driven Decision Making:
    Enhanced analytics capabilities and data literacy training.

Commitment to the Future

Our Ongoing Journey Our dedication to sustainability and social responsibility is ongoing. We remain committed to deepening our ESG initiatives, fostering sustainable growth, and upholding ethical governance.

  • Continuous ESG Improvement:
    Annual goal setting and reviews.
  • Sustainability Reporting:
    Annual report and stakeholder sessions.
  • Long-Term Strategic Planning:
    5-year plan for sustainable growth.
  • Employee Development Programs:
    Continuous learning opportunities and leadership development.

Strategic Vendor Collaboration

Enhancing Corporate Responsibility: We strategically select vendors who align with our corporate responsibility initiatives to improve operational sustainability and industry-wide impact. By collaborating with vendors who share our values, we extend our commitment to environmental stewardship, energy efficiency, and social responsibility throughout our supply chain.

  • Criteria for Vendor Selection:
    Emission reduction, energy efficiency, diversity, environmental impact, and community involvement.
  • Collaborative Sustainability Efforts:
    Joint projects and regular best practice meetings.

At The Facilities Group, we are not just providing services; we are enhancing lives and enriching environments for a better tomorrow. Our Sustainability Commitments update keeps you updated with our continuous progress and future goals.

Code of Conduct Enforcement

  • The Code of Business Conduct is updated quarterly and communicated to all employees via internal newsletters and mandatory training sessions.
  • A compliance review process is conducted every quarter to identify and address any gaps.

Transparency Initiatives

  • Our transparency report includes data on financial performance, ethical compliance, and environmental impact.
  • Public webinars feature discussions with company leaders on progress and challenges, followed by Q&A sessions.

Ethics Training

  • Bi-annual training includes interactive modules and real-life scenarios.
  • Role-specific scenarios help employees understand ethical decision-making relevant to their responsibilities.

Stakeholder Engagement

  • The stakeholder advisory board includes representatives from employees, customers, suppliers, and community leaders.
  • Feedback from these meetings is used to refine and adjust corporate policies and practices.

Renewable Energy Use

  • Solar panels will be installed at major facilities, with the aim of increasing our renewable energy usage by 20% within two years.
  • Additional renewable energy sources, such as wind and geothermal, are being explored.

Energy Efficiency Programs

  • Energy audits will identify inefficiencies and opportunities for energy savings.
  • Upgrades to HVAC systems will focus on energy-efficient models by 2025, reducing our overall energy consumption.

Sustainable Practices

  • Comprehensive recycling programs include separating waste streams and promoting zero-waste initiatives.
  • Monthly sustainability workshops and challenges engage employees in environmental stewardship.

Eco-Friendly Facility Upgrades

  • Retrofit projects include installing energy-efficient lighting, low-flow water fixtures, and insulation improvements.
  • All new constructions will meet or exceed LEED certification standards.

Inclusive Recruitment Strategies

  • Partnering with diverse recruitment agencies helps us reach a broad pool of candidates.
  • Bias training for hiring managers includes workshops and unconscious bias assessments.

Employee Resource Groups

  • Employee-led resource groups receive funding and resources to support their activities.
  • These groups focus on various dimensions of diversity, including ethnicity, gender, LGBTQ+ identities, and veterans.

Community Engagement

  • Partnerships with local organizations provide employees with volunteer opportunities.
  • Each employee is allocated a set number of volunteer days per year, encouraging community involvement.

Corporate Giving

  • Our matching gift program doubles employee donations to eligible nonprofits.
  • The annual grant program supports local community projects selected through application.

Technology Integration:

  • New facility management software includes real-time monitoring, predictive maintenance, and automated reporting.
  • IoT devices are deployed for enhanced control and efficiency in facility operations.

Quality Assurance

  • Our quality assurance framework includes both internal and external audits, conducted regularly.
  • A continuous feedback loop with clients allows us to address issues and improve service delivery promptly.

Innovation Workgroups

  • Cross-departmental teams collaborate to identify and implement process improvements.
  • The annual innovation symposium showcases new ideas and successful implementations across the organization.

Data-Driven Decision Making

  • Enhanced data analytics capabilities help predict maintenance needs and optimize operations.
  • Employees receive data literacy training to enhance their decision-making processes.

Continuous ESG Improvement

  • Annual ESG goals are set in alignment with global standards and reviewed regularly.
  • ESG factors are integrated into all business decisions and strategies.

Sustainability Reporting

  • Our annual sustainability report details our progress and outlines future goals.
  • Stakeholder sessions are held to discuss the report findings and gather feedback.

Long-Term Strategic Planning

  • The 5-year strategic plan focuses on sustainable growth and ethical practices.
  • Regular updates to the plan are based on industry trends and stakeholder feedback.

Employee Development Programs

  • Continuous learning opportunities include courses on sustainability and corporate responsibility.
  • Leadership development programs focus on fostering future leaders with a strong commitment to corporate responsibility.

Criteria for Vendor Selection

  • Our vendor evaluation system assesses emission reduction, energy efficiency, diversity, environmental impact, and community involvement.
  • Annual reviews ensure that vendors meet our corporate responsibility standards.

Collaborative Sustainability Efforts

  • Joint sustainability projects with key vendors aim to achieve specific environmental goals.
  • Regular meetings with vendors allow us to share best practices and coordinate efforts.

Jack McCown

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Jack McCown

EVP OF TRANSFORMATION & CHIEF OF STAFF

Dwight has spent his entire career in the facility service and maintenance industry, holding various positions, including Integration, Human Resources, Accounting, Purchasing, and Information Technology. He prides himself on working alongside our partners and management teams on a daily basis.

Since 2015, Dwight has led the integration of over 25 transactions in the facility service space, including both platform and bolt-on opportunities.
Dwight’s responsibilities at The Facilities Group include business integration, operational due diligence, system synergies, project management, strategy execution, and day-to-day operational support and oversight.

He holds a Bachelor’s in Management from The University of Tampa’s John H. Sykes College of Business and is a Certified Professional in Human Resources (PHR). On the weekend, you may catch him on the golf course or at a local sporting event.

DWIGHT TESORO

PRESIDENT

An experienced business leader with a successful track record of maximizing value to customers and internal stakeholders through driving innovation and growth within highly dynamic, technology-enabled mobile workforces.

Adam has held multiple positions over his 20+ year career with a focus on creating an engaged workforce, while supporting them with real-world solutions that are focused on an optimized process, technology, and conversion of data to information, with a blend of human and technical systems.

Some of Adam’s prior leadership positions include SVP US Operations at ABM and President of Unifi (formerly Delta Global Services), where Adam oversaw over 22,000 employees in nearly 200 airports performing multiple services including full ground handling, aircraft cleaning, security, cargo, facilities management and janitorial.

Adam received his Bachelor’s degree in Finance and his MBA from the University of Georgia.

ADAM TAYLOR

CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER

Paul Gargagliano has over 20 years of experience in finance, public and private accounting, and has held several high-level financial positions within the janitorial and professional services industry. Paul’s experience also includes service in the United States Coast Guard for over 20 years where he retired as a Master Chief Boatswainsmate.

In addition, Paul also served in the Airborne Infantry of the United States Army. Paul has led teams at various levels and believes in the importance of culture and people for the success of all organizations.

Paul graduated summa cum laude from the University of South Florida with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration. He is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) in the States of California and Florida as well as a Chartered Global Management Accountant (CGMA). Paul was the previous CFO of Diversified Maintenance and Hill-Ward Henderson.

PAUL GARGAGLIANO​

CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER

An experienced leader and executive, Dave has spent over thirty years in the facility management & service industry. This includes ten years as a facility manager as well as twenty years as a building service contractor executive.

Across his career, Dave has spearheaded operations & sales in several market segments such as janitorial, high rise window cleaning, painting, waterproofing, and caulking. During his time with The Facilities Group, Dave has successfully completed fifteen acquisitions, leading operational integration & processes, sales strategies, philosophy and most importantly culture.

Dave holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Management from the University of South Florida, and earned his Real Property Administrator (RPA), and Facility Manager Administrator (FMA) from BOMA in 1998, 1999, and his Green Cleaning Certification from the Green Clean Institute in 2005.

DAVE ANGEL

CHIEF HUMAN RESOURCE OFFICER

As the CHRO & Senior Vice President of People –Strategy and Solutions, Vivian Smith leads People functions that support both our business objectives and growth to ensure the success of the organization. She has proven abilities in developing and leading human capital management programs and People operations that allow for effectively advancing human capital to its highest potential while generating a culture of engagement and inclusion.

Vivian spent the last 16 years in a Senior HR Leadership role with ABM before joining The Facilities Group. She provided overall strategic HR leadership at corporate and subsidiary companies. Directed, implemented, and ensured compliance while fostering a workplace environment consistent with company values. Oversaw the development and administration of compliance and reporting functions, mergers and acquisition transitioning, organizational structure changes, performance management, training and development, employee relations, diversity, and inclusion. She directly oversaw the Houston, TX ABM HR Share Services office and ran point on all items related to People during the GCA acquisition where she successfully onboarded over 37,000 employees. Over the course of her time at ABM, Vivian spearheaded HR functions for 5+ acquisitions across the country, all with employee counts north of 2,500.

VIVIAN SMITH

CHIEF SALES OFFICER

Jeff Hawkins has spent the past 20 years as a Sales and Marketing leader in the janitorial and facilities maintenance industry. He has led successful teams from local support offices to multi-million dollar national sales organizations. Jeff is an experienced leader in Franchising and working with Corporate Owned offices throughout the United States with Jani-King for 10+ years.

Prior to joining The Facilities Group, Jeff lead the National Sales Team at City Wide Franchise Co. His leadership and drive secured national partnerships with some of the largest companies in the transportation industry increasing organic growth from $8 million to $74 million in less than 3 years. His experience in Hospitality, Automotive, Logistics, Medical and Education vertical markets provides our companies with the education, training and support for future growth.

JEFF HAWKINS

CHIEF TECHNOLOGY OFFICER

Keaton is an Information Technology (IT) professional with 15 years of progressive experience. Prior to joining The Facilities Group, Keaton was a Sr. IT Consultant with Leidos, a fortune 500 company, for eight years where he successfully led multiple large-scale development, implementation, upgrade, optimization, and sustainability projects for his clients with budgets exceeding $100M+ and project teams of 100+ members. Earlier in his career Keaton worked at Lakeland Regional Medical Center and previously interned at industry leading companies Ernst & Young, State Farm and Publix.

Originally from Indiana, Keaton earned his bachelor’s in Management Information Systems from the Indiana State University Scott College of Business and his master’s degree in Management Information Systems from the Indiana University Kelley School of Business, which is ranked in the top 25 among US business schools.

Keaton holds various certifications including Project Management Professional (PMP) and Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL) Foundation.

KEATON KRUMREICH

CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER, NATIONAL DIVISION

Scott Henley is the Chief Operating Officer for The Facilities Group National Division. Scott joined a TFG subsidiary, Excel Building Services, in 2012 as VP of Operations. Scott developed and built the ISP division at Excel, which now services over 2000 locations nationally.

Scott brings more than 25 years of experience in Facilities Management. Scott studied Business Management at Augusta College, where he played baseball, and Georgia State University. Scott has been involved with both PRISM and ISSA for over 20 years. Scott resides in Fayetteville, Georgia, with his wife Amy and their two children.

SCOTT HENLEY

David Hammond

Since 2014, David Hammond has led as CEO of CSI International, Inc., Horizon Publishing, and Opulence International Realty, showcasing his versatile leadership across diverse industries. With a rich background that includes roles as COO, Executive VP, Sales Manager, and Director of IT, David possesses a deep understanding of various business sectors. His journey to CEO was preceded by six years as an elected officer, enriching his leadership portfolio. David’s diverse experience extends beyond the corporate world; he was a proud member of the 1987 America’s Cup team, Stars and Stripes, and dedicated six years to the US Navy Submarine service. Currently, David contributes his expertise to several boards, including the Boca Ballet Theater, South Florida Manufacturers Association, and Florida Gold Coast Swimming, reflecting his commitment to community and industry excellence.

David Hammond

Group Chief Operations Officer

Alfu Miah serves as Group Chief Operations Officer at The Facilities Group. He is responsible for enabling business scalability while driving increased value through account management,  customer retention, topline growth, and enhanced profitability.  

At University of North London, he studied engineering and started his career in the automotive industry, designing and manufacturing cars. Since then, he has applied his continuous improvement mindset to drive substantial revenue growth across a variety of global industries-leveraging ample experience in facilities management, commercial operations, solutions design, and business transformation. He brings to TFG decades of proven success in the design, implementation and execution of compelling business growth, strategy, and solutions for some of the most respected companies around the world.

Alfu Miah

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Fergus, CFO

CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER

O’Connell brings extensive facility service leadership experience to the role, having served on the Board of Directors at The Facilities Group since October 2022. Prior to joining TFG, he was the CFO of Kellermeyer Bergensons Services (KBS).
O’Connell also held multiple executive leadership positions including CFO and CEO of the North American division at ISS, one of the largest facilities management companies in the world. He also led the sale and integration of Pristine Environments following its sales to KBS, a national janitorial company.
O’Connell, who holds a bachelor’s degree in business studies from the University of Limerick, has been recognized by industry colleagues for sound financial leadership throughout his career. He specializes in implementing successful growth strategies, operational excellence, and effective change management.

Fergus O'Connell

Mark Borge

Mark Borge has been a driving force in the facility services industry as the Principal and Co-founder of Best Facility Services since August 2004. Under his leadership, the company has grown to become a recognized name in the field, providing top-notch services that consistently exceed client expectations. Mark’s extensive background, which spans from sales at Swifty Printing/Redstone Visual Impressions to Vice President of Minuteman Press Arlington, has equipped him with a profound understanding of business operations and customer service excellence. His venture into real estate investment in 2008 further showcases his adeptness in identifying and capitalizing on market opportunities, strengthening his portfolio and contributing to his comprehensive skill set in both business management and investment strategies.

Mark Borge’s active and prior involvement in esteemed organizations like Lifestyles Unlimited, The Entrepreneurs Organization, and the United States Green Building Council showcases his dedication to professional growth and community engagement. His diverse interests are backed by a solid education, holding a Bachelor’s in Business Administration – Finance from UTA. Mark has held leadership roles in various boards, emphasizing his commitment to organizational success.

Mark Borge

Scott Paul

Scott Paul is the past president of The Facilities Group Hawaii, LLC (formerly known as Kleenco Group), a commercial building maintenance and janitorial company founded in Hawaii in 1971.  Scott acquired Kleenco Group in 2012, and over the subsequent nine years more than doubled revenue and quadrupled earnings. In 2021, Scott sold Kleenco Group to The Facilities Group.  Scott led the integration of Kleenco Group with its sister company, Armstrong Building Maintenance (acquired by The Facilities Group in 2020), when the two companies merged to form The Facilities Group Hawaii with 600 employees.  Scott led the combined company through 2023 and continues as a partner and advisor to The Facilities Group. 

Prior to acquiring Kleenco Group, Scott was president & CEO of Hoku Corporation, a Nasdaq-listed solar company based in Hawaii and majority-owned by a Chinese state-owned enterprise.  Scott first joined Hoku in 2003 as its VP business development & general counsel.  In 2008, Scott was promoted to chief operating officer, and in April 2010 became chief executive officer and joined Hoku’s board of directors.  Scott resigned as Hoku’s CEO in June 2012 but continued to serve on its board of directors as chairman of the restructuring committee until July 2013. 

Before joining Hoku, Scott was a corporate attorney and business development professional in the San Francisco Bay Area from 1998 until July 2003.  Scott worked as director of business development and associate general counsel at Read-Rite Corporation, a publicly traded multi-national company acquired by Western Digital Corporation in 2003. Previously, Scott worked as an attorney at Brobeck, Phleger & Harrison LLP, and Crosby, Heafey, Roach & May (now Reed Smith), law firms, where he represented high tech emerging growth and large-cap public companies, and their investors and underwriters, on financing and acquisition transactions. 

Scott earned his JD cum laude from Santa Clara Law School in 1998 and his BA in psychology from University of California, Los Angeles, in 1995.  He has served on the board of trustees of Temple Emanuel in Honolulu since 2016 and has been a volunteer faculty member at the Punahou School Academy since 2015 where he co-teaches a business course. 

Scott Paul

Scott Gibson

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Scott Gibson

FOUNDER & CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER

A proven leader and business owner, Bryson understands first-hand the hard work and determination required to build and run a successful enterprise. He started his first company at nineteen years old, cleaning medical offices and banks during the evening while attending college in the daytime. Since 2010, he has completed 47 transactions in the facility service & maintenance industry across the country.

In 2014 the Tampa Bay Business Journal awarded Bryson as one of Tampa Bay’s Up and Comers 30 Under 30. In 2018, he sold his companies and founded The Facilities Group. Fast-forward to today, he helps companies improve efficiency and achieve growth by acquiring, merging, selling, or restructuring.

His strong suits include operations, due-diligence, back-office oversight, and creating powerful business strategies custom tailored to each entity situation.

Bryson Raver