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Aldermary House Cleaning Contract

Incentive QAS has been awarded a three-year cleaning contract at Aldermary House, the City of London headquarters of one of the UK’s leading independent property management agencies following a competitive tender.

The contract, which has been added to the property agent’s main framework agreement, will see the facility services provider deliver morning cleaning and a daytime housekeeping services, including washroom hygiene, window and periodic cleaning.

Incentive QAS will also deploy its QAS’ mpro5 contract management system which provides real-time attendance monitoring, bespoke electronic auditivng and NFC proof of attendance which enables improved resource management and valuable analysis for the on-site and project management team.

Brian Weekes, Building Manager at Aldermary House, says: “When commissioning this contract, we were very keen to find a partner who would be able to support our sustainability goals.  The work that Incentive QAS have been carrying out in conjunction with their Social Value Promise meant that they were able to do this.

“We were also impressed with their proactive approach to staff training and technological innovation with the introduction of the mpro5 contract management system.

“We look forward to working with them on this contract.”

David Brown, Commercial Director, Incentive QAS adds: “At the beginning of each contract we believe it’s crucial to identify our clients’ needs and then work with the key stakeholder teams to help to achieve their goals.

“We have a proven track record, and we share a vision of a sustainable and efficient cleaning service. We are delighted to continue to strengthen our long-term partnership at Aldermary House.”

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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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