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JPC by Samsic Expands British Land Portfolio to Include Norton Folgate

JPC by Samsic Expands British Land Portfolio to Include Norton Folgate
16 May 2024

JPC by Samsic has been appointed as the cleaning specialist for the redeveloped Norton Folgate​ in East London.

As part of their existing relationship with British land, JPC by Samsic will expand its cleaning services to include Norton Folgate, which is based at the meeting point of Spitalfields, Shoreditch and the City of London. The space is spread across six buildings, with 330,000 sq ft of mixed-use space. It is home to tenants such as Swiss high-performance sportswear brand On and international law firm Reed Smith.

The contract will be led by JPC by Samsic’s Key Account Director Mirela Ciobanu and Senior Contract Manager Fabio Neves, alongside ESG Manager for British Land, Cameron Watson-Azmi who has been measuring materiality and social impact for the portfolio across the last year. He will be guiding ESG onsite, in the local community and within the team within Norton Folgate’s partnership with JPC.

Mirela commented: “At JPC by Samsic, we are proud to expand our portfolio to include Norton Folgate. This partnership celebrates our strong connection with clients across London and our dedication to doing things differently with a focus on sustainability. Norton Folgate sets new standards for retrofit, refurbishment, and redevelopment in Central London, and we are excited to be a part of this transformative journey."

"As the appointed cleaning specialist for Norton Folgate, JPC by Samsic is committed to delivering premium cleaning services tailored to high-end spaces," said Fabio Neves. Senior Contract Manager. "Our partnership with British Land reflects our dedication to excellence and our reputation as the leading provider of facility management solutions in London."

Picture: a photograph of one of the reception areas, with communal seating areas, plants, and cut flowers on display. Image Credit British Land

Article written by Ella Tansley | Published 16 May 2024


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