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Incentive QAS Praised for Contract Mobilisation

10.12.2019, 16:26

Incentive QAS Praised for Contract Mobilisation

CBRE has commended Incentive QAS for mobilising a cleaning contract at refurbished, City of London contemporary office building, 12 Arthur Street, within 7 days of being awarded a bespoke three-year cleaning contract.


Incentive QAS efficiently assembled a brand-new team of cleaning operatives and ensured they were inducted, trained and fully prepared to work to an exceptional standard within just a week, which met CBRE’s required short time-frames. 

The remit includes periodic cleaning of all communal areas, the reception, toilets, shower rooms, as well as waste management, washroom services, consumables supply and pest control. In addition, Incentive QAS will also provide internal and external window cleaning via Building Maintenance Units (BMUs).

Discussing the contract, CBRE’s Building Manager for the property, said:

“We chose to work alongside Incentive QAS because the company has a proven track record and we had confidence that the mobilisation process would be smooth and efficient. This certainly proved to be the case and we now look forward to a successful ongoing partnership as the building re-populates.”

Jamie Wright, Incentive QAS managing director, added:

“This rapid and successful mobilisation demonstrates we have the flexibility to quickly adapt to meet our clients’ requirements, regardless of timeframes. 

“Our innovative approach guarantees we can deliver excellent solutions whilst driving further efficiencies. This combination is highly appealing for property management companies and their tenants.”

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Staff Reporter covers the latest news, trends and opinion from the facilities management (FM) and corporate real estate (CRE) sectors. The FM market is currently estimated to be worth USD 1 trillion annually and is projected to grow at a compounded annualised rate of approximately 5% between now and 2026.

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