Upskilling Deep Cleaning

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06.04.2020, 15:40

Upskilling Deep Cleaning

After upskilling frontline teams in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Tudor Group has undertaken a deep-clean of international investment company, Foresight Group’s, head office at The Shard London Bridge.


Tudor, an established provider of facilities management and contract cleaning, is continuing to support more than 150 customers by delivering cleaning services to organisations that are providing essential services.

The Eccles, Manchester-based firm has developed robust operational guidelines to ensure employees are able to maintain social distancing while undertaking their new duties. 


Fabien Caqueret, Tudor Group managing director, says: “We’re proud to have tailored our services in order to support our clients during this challenging and difficult period.

“Our relationship with Foresight has been pivotal to our ongoing expansion and we were very pleased to utilise our new deep clean programme in their iconic office.”

Claire Alvarez, Foresight Group director, adds: “As an investor in Tudor Group we’re not surprised that such a forward-thinking business has been able to adapt the services it offers to support its clients, and by extension everyone in the country, during this difficult period.

“I’d like to thank Tudor not just for its expert deep clean of our head-office in the Shard, but more importantly the ongoing work of each and every staff member towards the upkeep of many important buildings that are helping to support those that need it most.”

Staff Reporter

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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