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Incentive QAS Awarded Cleaning Contract at 142,000sf Workspace Development

Botanica Ditton Park, a multi-let office development by Kennedy Wilson adjacent to Ditton Park House in Slough, Berkshire, England, has selected Incentive QAS to deliver cleaning and related services under a 3-year contract.

The development features 142,000sf of office space, together with an on-site gym and restaurant, occupying a plot surrounded by 200 acres of land.

In addition to daily cleaning, the scope of the agreement provides for housekeeping, waste management, washroom and window cleaning services.

Incentive QAS will work with a leading management agent to deliver a flexible service with a mixture of part and full-time cover depending on the changing requirement of the development which is still attracting new commercial tenants.  All Incentive QAS employees will be provided with a bespoke uniform demonstrating a level of professionalism and synergy with the Botanica on-site staff. 

The service provider will additionally deploy a proprietary contract management system that offers proof of presence, bespoke electronic auditing and heath checks.  By installing the smart systems Incentive QAS can gather ‘Big Data’ in relation to how the Botanica site is being used, and how busy certain areas are. This data allows for improved resource management and valuable analysis for its teams.   

Kerry Jones, Building Manager at Botanica Ditton Park, comments: “We were delighted to award Incentive QAS with this significant contract.  One of our key focus areas at Botanica Ditton Park is sustainability and a holistic approach to our occupiers wellbeing.  Incentive QAS offered a green cleaning service from day one which complements our offering perfectly.”

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