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Birmingham Cleaning Contract

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07.08.2019, 01:29

Birmingham Cleaning Contract

Incentive QAS has been awarded a cleaning services contract by a leading property management company at 55 Colmore Row, a Grade-A office building in Birmingham which was recently refurbished for £30 million.

Under the terms of the three-year agreement, Incentive QAS will assume responsibility for cleaning communal areas across the Grade 2 listed building and providing washroom, consumables supply, periodic cleaning, and pest control services.

The company will deploy its bespoke LEVIY contract management system at the facility to streamline service delivery, whilst also investing in specialist floor cleaning machines, pressure washers, and a sweeper for the car parking area.

As part of the deal, SWC, Incentive QAS’ sister company, will undertake abseil and Mobile Elevated Working Platform (MEWP) window cleaning on a quarterly basis.

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A spokesperson for the client said:

“Incentive QAS was a natural fit for us due to its substantial experience delivering a wide range of expert cleaning solutions at a number of significant buildings. We were impressed by the company’s commitment to innovation and their commitment to managing their people, which will enable us to benefit from huge efficiency gains.”

David Brown, Incentive QAS commercial director, added:

“This is a significant win for our business that further strengthens our presence in the flourishing city of Birmingham.”

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