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Middlesbrough Won - Hearts Too

10 November 2017 | Updated 01 January 1970
 

Churchill has gained an extension on the cleaning contract for Middlesbrough College it stated in 2015. The client had conducted several site surveys on levels of cleanliness and customer service - and was happy to continue for another two years.

The contract is managed by Key Account Manager, Louise Rogers. She said: "This is my flagship site, not far from my home town. I like to work closely with all our clients so that we can gauge exactly what they are looking for - around the whole college, every department has a different need."

Rogers continued: "The cleaning team have a challenging task every day, we have a massive and very busy college to clean within a short time slot for the core clean.  The team all put in their best efforts and Graham Andersen, the FM at the College, also presented a recognition certificate to Roy Doak, our cleaner who has worked at the college for many years.

 

Heart of Midlothian

Spectrum have had their contract extended and enlarged at Tynecastle football ground (home to Hearts) comes to the end of a redevelopment programme.

Spectrum will provide daily office cleaning and event cleaning services, pre and post match deep cleans, window cleaning, function suite cleaning, waste services, external cleaning and specialist cleaning - to kick it all off, the firm will be providing the initial sparkle clean when the redevelopment is complete.

The football club is well into its redevelopment which will see the capacity extended to over 20,000.  The plans also include new hospitality suites and corporate entertainment areas throughout the ground.  Furthermore, there will be significant upgrades to the main Reception Area, Players’ Lounge, Media Suite and Police Control Room.

Picture: Tynecastle

 

 

 

 

Article written by Brian Shillibeer | Published 10 November 2017

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