To foster long-term strategic partnerships with our clients and suppliers through the delivery of high quality services.
AFM’s philosophy is based on a developed understanding of our client’s core business. We craft our services to suit your needs, with total commitment to service, schedule and quality.
Taking Care of Your Offshore Working Environment.
AFM is a leading Channel Islands based facilities management and building services provider. We have been trading for over 50 years. We guarantee a high level of service, based upon a unique self-delivery and comprehensive capability.
Our projects team have a wealth of experience in delivering high quality building services installations, on time and within budget. From concept to completion, we are able to design and install complete new services, or modify existing systems to suit changing requirements.
Our highly trained engineers are supplemented by an extensive strategic partner base, to assist with larger works.
We employ over 400 staff and have over 500 clients across four jurisdictions.
We offer single and bundled services to suit specific requirements meaning you only need to deal with one provider - AFM.
Guernsey born and bred, on joining AFM in 1999 and taking on the role of planned maintenance manager, Mark was able to utilise the skills acquired from his operational duties at Dynatech Medical Limited where he worked previously.
On leaving school, Mark signed up for a City & Guilds apprenticeship in welding and fabrication. On completion of this, Mark joined Dynatech within a research and development capacity, then went on to spend some time within engineering systems and procurement where he gained many varied skills.
Having been heavily involved in helping Dynatech gain the coveted BS5750 quality assurance certification, Mark was very keen to gain the now referred ISO9001 quality assurance accreditation for AFM. It was a very proud moment for Mark and his team when this was achieved on the very first attempt.
Key Account Director
With a string of accreditations to his name, Chris has been with AFM for the past 23 years and is now responsible for our key accounts and a team of client relationship managers.Chris is a member of the IOD and also a qualified Low Carbon Consultant (LCC) through CIBSE in both building design and building operations.
With over 30 years’ experience within the industry, including M&E design and project management, new build and refurbishments, energy surveys and consultancy, Chris oversees the delivery of complete facilities management for major offshore financial institutions, international banks and large FM companies that include CBRE, Mitie and JLL.
Born and educated in Kent, Chris has lived in Guernsey for 22 years. Chris has 3 grown-up children and enjoys nothing more than large family holidays together. Chris is interested in fitness, gardening and “loud” cars.
He also supports local charities such as Headway (brain injury trust)
Ross has worked within the finance departments for commercial organisations since 1998 and has been involved in the production of both financial statements and management accounts.
A certified Accountant since 2006, Ross has worked for AFM for the past10 years and now oversees the entire finance departments in both islands.
Ross lives in Guernsey and enjoys spending his free time with his 3 teenage children and now lives with his Fiancee and their baby girl who was born in March 2016.
Ross has several hobbies including fishing and photography.
Ben Le Huray
After obtaining his Masters in Manufacturing Engineering & Management at the University of Bath, Ben joined Altran Technologies as an innovation analyst and worked for major organisations across Europe including Airbus,GlaxoSmithKline and the Renault F1 team. In 2007 he moved to Specsavers to build a more commercially focused skillset within its Business Development function.
During his time with Specsavers, Ben was posted to the UK and Sweden before returning to Guernsey in 2013 to marry Yasmin, with whom he now has a young daughter.
Ben is a keen surfer, skier and cliff runner – but has discovered that the joys of parenthood mean there is less time these days for such endeavours!
Ben is the newest member of the Executive Team and joins AFM as their new Commercial Director with responsibility for commercial activity and strategic planning across both islands.
Originally a Chartered Surveyor by profession Niall worked in general practice on all aspects of industrial and commercial property throughout Scotland. Along with three others he then formed and was Managing Director of Mono Consultants, now the largest provider of network support services to the UK mobile telecoms sector. Following a range of senior director roles in facilities management with Alfred McAlpine / Carillion and Compass Group Niall relocated to Jersey in 2011 to become Managing Director of G4S Facilities Management (Offshore Islands).
Niall enjoys walking, cooking, recreational golf and international travel. He is Chairman of the Jersey committee of the independent charity Crimestoppers and Deputy Chairman of the Channel Islands Branch of the British Institute of Facilities Management.
Niall joins the AFM Board as Operations Director with specific responsibility for the rapidly expanding Jersey operation.
Senior Manager (Hard Services)
Martyn (affectionately known to his colleagues as Pip), joined AFM as an apprentice and has been with the firm for 16 years. Although his trade expertise is within the electrical field, Martyn has gained over 10 years’ experience within facilities management since joining the business.
He sits on AFM’s Health & Safety Committee and is also heavily involved with the ISO9001 Committee.
Locally born, Martyn is married to Donna and has two young children who play a major part in his life outside of work.
Martyn is a keen motorcyclist who enjoys travelling to other countries on his motorbike. He is also an avid player of Euchre and plays for a local team here in Guernsey.
Senior Manager (Soft Services)
Having served his airframe and engines apprenticeship in the Royal Navy, Stuart then spent several years within the aircraft industry within an engineering capacity, including Dan Air, Air UK and Flybe.
Stuart relocated back to Guernsey in 2003. Having spent 3 years with the GFSC within a facilities management role, Stuart joined AFM in October 2014 and now heads up the Soft Services Division and also forms part of the senior management team here in Guernsey.
Stuart is also a strategic member of the AFM ISO9001 Committee.
In his spare time, Stuart enjoys helping out with several charitable concerns and you may occasionally see him volunteering at the Caritas Café in Mill Street along with his wife Nicky.
Senior Manager/Financial Controller
Before joining AFM in February 2012, Colin spent the previous 22 years of his career working in the finance department for a successful global retail company.
Colin holds the MAAT qualification.
During his time with AFM, Colin has enjoyed acquiring new skills and feels this was a great career move for him. He looks forward to many more years with AFM.
Colin is married to Kelly and has two young children, a son and a daughter which keeps him pretty busy outside of work. He enjoys motorsport , car restorations and of course, spending quality time with his family.
Senior Manager (Hard Services)
Adrian joined AFM in 2011 as a Mechanical Services Project Manager.
In 2013 Adrian became a Senior Manager within the business and in 2014 Adrian moved from the project division to concentrate on Hard Services delivery and is currently responsible for managing a team delivering hard services planned maintenance and reactive repairs across our ever growing portfolio.
Adrian sits on AFM’s Health & Safety Committee and is also involved with the ISO9001 Committee.
Adrian has four adult daughters, and four lovely grandchildren, and whilst not working Adrian enjoys spending time with his ever growing family and fulfilling his Grandad “babysitting” role. Adrian is getting married to his partner, Ruthe in June 2017.
Adrian is a keen cards player, and plays cribbage for his local pub.
Senior Manager (Soft Services)
With over 15 years’ experience within the facilities management industry, specialising in hard and soft service proposals, implementation and customer service, Ian has worked for AFM for the past 15 years and now heads up the soft services division in our Jersey operation.
Ian holds various industry qualifications including health & safety, and is an associate of the British Institute of Facilities Management and British Institute of Cleaning Science. Ian also forms part of the ISO9001 Committee and AFM’s Health & Safety Committee.
Ian lives with his partner and their two young children who keep him pretty busy outside of working hours.
He likes to spend as much time as possible with his family and they all enjoy outdoor activities such as beach and wood walks, nature trails and holidays together. Having been given a camera for his birthday this year, a new-found hobby is photography!
Richard Le Bargy
Lead Projects Manager
Rick served his apprenticeship as an electrician with K C Munro & Sons and having worked for them for almost 7 years, he moved to the UK when the business folded.
He worked for an engineering company in the South of England before returning to Guernsey.
Rick then spent several years working in the horticultural engineering industry before moving to Dynatech Industries, where he worked within their Research & Development sector.
He joined AFM in 2001 to run our Electrical Division and moved into Projects where he now heads up the projects team.
Rick lives with his partner Irene and enjoys travelling to worldwide destinations. In his spare time he has a keen interest in history and geneology.
Educated in England, Karen relocated to Guernsey in 2009 having run her own successful business in Croatia for several years.
Karen has recently been appointed the Commercial Manager for both islands. In her new role Karen now oversees all new business development; has overall responsibility for the marketing, events and PR elements for the business including all CSR initiatives, together with all commercial activity for AFM for both islands.
A former BIFM Committee member, Karen brings a wealth of sales and marketing expertise to the business. In her free time Karen also likes to involve herself in the local charity community and now sits on the Committee of the GSPCA.
Enjoying various out of work activities, Karen, who is an ex rally driver, is also a keen diver, skier and sailor and loves nothing more than pottering about on the water. She is also an avid cook and enjoys nothing more than entertaining friends – especially with her “infamous” themed events.
Health & Safety Manager
With over 25 years’ experience in risk management within the UK and the Channel Islands, Suzanne has worked for AFM for the past 2 years as Pan-Island Health and Safety Manager.
Suzanne holds various industry qualifications, including a post-graduate certificate in Occupational Health and Safety Management, is a Chartered member of the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health and is also a Chartered Insurer. Suzanne chairs AFM’s Health & Safety Committee and is joint-chair of AFM’s ISO9001 Committee.
Suzanne is married and likes to spend her time with her husband enjoying the great Channel Islands outdoor life, eating in its wonderful restaurants and planning the next family holiday. Having passed her PADI Open Water Diver course a few years ago, she’s also busy exploring the Islands from underwater, when the sea’s not too cold!
Human Resources Manager
Being a Forces child, Penny grew up abroad, but moved to the UK at the age of 14, where she finished her education. Between the ages of 14 & 17 she represented Wiltshire as a Swimmer and a County Cross-Country runner.
At the age of 18 she relocated to Guernsey. She originally worked in marketing and then moved to a firm of stockbrokers and it is here she commenced her career in HR. Penny joined AFM 19 years ago and now oversees our HR function on both islands.
She has a grown up daughter, and lives with her Partner Gary. In her spare time, Penny enjoys walks along the beach, pottering in the garden and kayaking in the bay. Her passions are cooking and fine wines.