Amey is a leading infrastructure services and engineering company.
We are at the heart of modern Britain, helping the economy to grow by designing, maintaining and transforming the nation’s strategic assets.
Our facilities and asset management business creates great experiences for users of public buildings and workplaces, with a continuous drive towards low carbon solutions.
We deliver bespoke services designed specifically for our clients who operate in complex environments – including defence, justice, education, and health.
We deliver essential services across England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland - looking after 141 schools and colleges, 18,000 military homes and 60 prisons. We support the UK justice sector by providing secure FM within prisons, court and transport services, and prisoner escorting. We are one the UK’s core defence contractors and ensure our UK Armed Forces have suitable workplaces, vehicles, equipment, and housing.
We also maintain NHS estates for Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health Trust, and a wide variety of workplaces for public sector organisations including National Highways, The UK Hydrographic Office, and local authorities.
Our teams use data and benchmarks from across our entire customer estate to make sure our service portfolios are innovative, compliant, and tailored to the preferences of individual users, which we call personalised FM.
As the world around us changes we are focused on supporting customer on their journey to Net Zero Carbon. Our energy specialists draw on exhaustive data analysis and leading-edge technologies to generate dramatic savings on client energy costs and carbon emissions.
We play a vital role in supporting the communities we serve and are focused on acting responsibly, ethically, and sustainably. We promote diversity and professional development among our people, and work for society through initiatives such as our prisoner rehabilitation programme, defence social enterprises and campaigns focused on upskilling young people in hard-to-reach areas.