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Cleanall scales new heights!
Cleanall Services, one of the North West's fastest growing cleaning services companies, is delighted to announce that it has been awarded the prestigious contract for high glass and vertical surfaces cleaning at the renowned Liverpool ONE shopping, residential and leisure destination. The successful tender is for more than 30 buildings and will employ six full time cleaning operatives and one full time manager.
Speaking of the three year contract, Alistair Clayton, Commercial Director at Cleanall, said: "We are delighted to have been awarded this contract as it not only reinforces our continued business growth but also confirms Cleanall's standing as a major player in retail and leisure contract cleaning services.
"Opened in 2008 and now one of the UK's largest shopping and leisure destinations, Liverpool ONE is a very successful, and high profile complex and Cleanall is proud to be associated with it."
Chris Grundy, Operations Director at Liverpool ONE, reports: "We were impressed by Cleanall throughout the tendering process and look forward to working with them on this contract.
"Cleanall will provide an innovative operational solution capable of delivering an outstanding cleaning service and adding real value to Liverpool ONE, its clients, occupiers and users. They, like us, are keen on quality and detail and I am sure we will work well together."
Liverpool ONE (www.liverpool-one.com) is one of Europe's leading retail and leisure destinations, set in the heart of Liverpool city centre. Built around the existing streets of Liverpool, the 1.65million sq ft contemporary open-air complex includes over 160 stores, bars and restaurants, a 14 screen cinema, an indoor adventure golf course and the five-acre Chavasse Park. The park has recently been awarded Green Flag Status in a scheme judged by Keep Britain Tidy. Liverpool ONE is the only new city centre commercial development in the country to include a park that has Green Flag status.
29th May 2014