Xanitos Acquires Legion Building Services

The acquisition expands on Xanitos expertise and service offerings beyond hospital environments.

By HFT Staff
May 3, 2022

Xanitos has acquired Legion Building Services, expanding its expertise and service offerings beyond hospital environments to include cleaning capabilities for offsite and outpatient facilities. 

“By acquiring Legion Building Services, we expand our mission to help save lives into ambulatory spaces. Legion’s specialist approach will offer our healthcare partners additional solutions,” says Dave Crothall, CEO of Xanitos.  

Legion partners with leading healthcare providers in the Eastern and Central U.S. to deliver professional cleaning services at non-hospital medical buildings and offices. Legion will continue to operate as an independent entity and retain its brand name. The terms of the acquisition were not disclosed. 

“This acquisition brings together two companies with a like-minded approach to professional cleaning, innovation, people, and customers. The combination of Xanitos and Legion will bring greater value to our healthcare customers by offering them quality environmental services across all facility types,” says Chris Platt, vice president of operations at Legion Building Services. 

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