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Amey appoints Amanda Fisher to lead FM, Defence and Justice businesses

Posted 15 June 2017 · Add Comment

Public service provider Amey, today announced the appointment of Amanda Fisher as Managing Director of its FM, Defence and Justice Business, effective August 2017.

Joining Amey from Balfour Beatty’s executive team, where she was most recently MD for Living Spaces, Amanda (right) brings with her significant senior operational and leadership experience across a number of services sectors.

Having started her career as a Sandhurst trained Officer in the HM Armed Forces, Amanda has worked at executive level for ISS (security services) and Allied Healthcare Group (staffing and facility services), as well as specifically in FM with roles at Alfred McAlpine / Carillion and Balfour Beatty’s Workplace business.

Amanda Fisher commented: “I am delighted to be joining Amey, a leading brand both in the UK and internationally, with a proud history and exciting future. I am looking forward to working with the team to realise the company’s full potential in the FM, justice and defence sectors.

"My aim will be to enhance our focus on our clients and their needs whilst ensuring that we deliver excellence in all our operations."

Welcoming the appointment, Amey's CEO Andy Milner, said: "Amanda comes with a significant track record of delivering growth, developing great client relationships and a real passion for empowering and motivating her teams. She will help bring together our expertise across FM, Defence and Justice to drive an even stronger, more compelling service offering. One that truly aligns to our customers’ needs and looks holistically and intelligently at the overall utilisation and management of our client’s assets and resources.”

Amanda is responsible for building on Amey’s considerable heritage and current presence in the FM market, and evolving the company’s footprint and service offerings in the defence and justice sectors. 

Filling this Executive role follows recent senior appointments including Jayne Bowie (Exec Member – Group Legal Director) and Carol Hui (Non-Executive Director).

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