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Saracens Head Same Way as West Ham

13 August 2015 | Updated 01 January 1970

TCFM has been awarded the cleaning contract at the well known Allianz Park, home of the 2015 Rugby Premiership Champions, Saracens.

Along with supplying match day services to clean the 10,000-seat capacity stadium in North London, the contract includes day-to-day cleaning of its conferencing, hospitality and general stadium areas, along with the retail store.

This latest contract which came live on 3 August, follows on from a successful period for TCFM. It has seen the extension of other stadia contracts for cleaning and window cleaning with Watford and West Ham United Premiership Football clubs in addition to securing specialist cleaning projects at other leisure, sport and entertainment locations across the UK.

Commenting on the reason why TCFM was chosen for Saracens’ ground, Alex MacIntyre, Stadium Manager, said: “There were two key reasons why we awarded the contract to TCFM. Firstly, the importance it placed on being part of our team and secondly, its commitment to delivering the contract through our values of honesty, humility, work rate and discipline.” 

Picture: A cleaning contract has been won by TCFM for the prestigious Saracens Rugby FC Allianz Park ground

Article written by Cathryn Ellis | Published 13 August 2015


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