facilities managers, inc.

FacilitIies Managers, Inc. (FMI), established on October 22, 1996 is the local licensee of The ServiceMaster Company, a worldwide service outfit whose operation began widely established in the U.S. FMI is an affiliate of U-BIX Corporation, the Philippines' leading office systems services provider and is among Philippine Top 1,000 Corporations.

the servicemaster company

The ServiceMaster Company was founded in 1929, incorporated in the U.S. in 1947, and publicly owned since 1963.

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Leading American firm with 90 years of experience in providing essential residential and commercial services, professional facilities management service to service institutions; business and industry companies, schools, hospitals, and health care facilities and, through its well-recognized brands.

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Our Mission

To achieve consistent growth and profitability through innovative products and services delivered by highly motivated personnel in the Service Industry.

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Our Vision

To be the country's leader in managed services by creating more value for more customers than any other company in the industry.

 

core values

 

history

1996

Facilities Managers, Inc. (FMI) started in October 22, 1996 when the company was awarded as the Master Franchisee of ServiceMaster, the United States’ leader in the restoration and cleaning industry.

 

SUB LICENSEE

Facility Servisys, Inc. (FSI) was granted a sub-license to operate ServiceMaster products and services in Panay Island Cities and Provinces, the Philippines starting August 2017. The main office of FSI is co-located with U-BIX Corporation on the Ground Floor, CK Building, Gen. Luna St., Iloilo City.

This is the first sub-license approved by Facilities Managers, Inc., the Master Licensee of ServiceMaster in the Philippines. FMI is a subsidiary of U-BIX Corporation, a Top 1,000 Corporation in the country.

Smart City Facility Services, Inc. (SCFSI) was granted a sub-license to operate ServiceMaster products and services in Northern Luzon, the Philippines starting January 2021. The main office of SCFSI is co-located with U-BIX Corporation on Unit 1&2, 1248 Professional Bldg., Miranda Street, Brgy. Sto. Rosario, Angeles City, Pampanga.

This is the second sub-license approved by Facilities Managers, Inc., the Master Licensee of ServiceMaster in the Philippines. FMI is a subsidiary of U-BIX Corporation, a Top 1,000 Corporation in the country.

ServiceMaster (www.servicemaster.com) is one of the largest service providers in America founded in 1929 by Marion E. Wade.  Currently, ServiceMaster serves more than 9 million customers in the US and in 40 countries around the world.

International Licensing Agreement with the ServiceMaster Company

The Sub-Licensing Agreement allowed FSI AND SCFSI the right to operate ServiceMaster Residential & Commercial Cleaning Services under the brand name ServiceMaster Clean and Terminix Termite and Pest Control Services under the brand name TERMINIX. The licensing agreement with ServiceMaster is for 15 years renewable for another 15 years.

In addition to the various ServiceMaster licensed services, both FSI and SCFSI likewise offers to customers Office Support or Manpower Services, Engineering Maintenance Services, Grounds Care & Landscaping Services, and various cleaning chemicals, equipment and supplies.

Customers We Serve

As provided in the sub-licensing agreement, FSI and SCFSI will focus its operations on the three major markets namely Business & Industry (B&I), Education, and Health markets. In the B&I segment, FSI is focusing on Business Processing & Call Center companies. Out of the 150 accounts, 35 major clients comprise 93% of the company’s revenue.

Innovations for the Future

  • Quad Care System – Increase productivity and reduce the cost of operations.

  • Go Green – Use of environment-friendly cleaning chemicals and agents in support of the LEED Certification program of clients. FMI’s “Green” products are certified by various US Environmental Protection agencies.

  • Capture & Removal System – Use of Microfiber, Green Chemicals, and Back Pack Vacuums.

  • Blue Cleaning – Use of Ionized water for cleaning. Zero use of chemicals