Airport Council International is considered the "Voice of the Airports". Our membership has been essential in our development of solutions geared towards airport maintenance.
See Hurley's Exhibitor Spotlight at the 16th annual ACI conference in Kansas City, MO Sept. 30th to Oct. 2nd
Left to right, Sabrina Tjoelker Marketing Coordinator, Paul McAleer Vice President of Hurley of America and Joe Cabral Quality Assurance Manager, Airports.
Hurley of America - Airport Maintenance Contractor (Booth 818)
Before many aviation passengers awake each morning, Hurley’s 5,000-member service team is already busy maintaining the airports. From snow removal and passenger services, to airline detailing and waste management, Hurley’s forte is the maintenance of large and heavily-trafficked areas. Headquartered in Boston, with its main offices in Canada, the company was recently awarded a contract at Winnipeg International Airport.
Currently, the Hurley Group maintains five international airports and 60 million travelers a year, as well as providing airline priority passenger services and airplane grooming services to several major airlines.
With over a half-century of experience, Hurley was founded in 1956, and Martin Building Maintenance, founded in 1971 and acquired in 1992, are now serving a wide ranging portfolio of North American customers. Focus segments include: office towers, shopping centers, retail stores, industrial facilities, airports, educational and health care facilities.
In 2005, Hurley began its Green Cleaning Program by expanding its ISO9001:2000 registration to include a divisional ISO14001 registration – an industry service provider first. The Environmental Management System certification provides continual environmental improvement, cost savings through waste minimization and pollution prevention and defines how it manages its own and the client’s impact on the environment.
In all service contracts, standard practices are put into place for a healthier and more environmentally friendly work environment. These include certain chemical choices, the use of paper products and plastic bags with a high degree of recycled content, the use of more efficient equipment and the ability to increase the efficiency of waste management programs.
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