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Facilicom's cleaning team at the University of Brighton

Facilicom awarded eighth year with University of Brighton

Cleaning and soft services provider, Facilicom UK & Ireland, has secured a contract extension with long-standing client, the University of Brighton.

The partnership, which began in September 2013, has seen the hygiene specialists deliver daily janitorial and cleaning services to the University’s halls of residence.

The contract extension will see Facilicom’s cleaning operatives continue to deliver these services into 2021.

Richard Roalfe, Residential Operations Manager, University of Brighton said: “Facilicom has provided cleaning services to the University of Brighton Halls of Residence for eight years. During this time, they have consistently provided a very high standard of service within a fixed price contract, offering a very cost-effective solution. This is, in part, due to the commitment of the Facilicom team to continually innovate the products, materials and systems in use on the contract. The fact that Facilicom have twice won the competitive tender process demonstrates their ability to provide both quality and value.

“When the time came to review the cleaning contract, Facilicom proved flexible and accommodating to our changing needs. Activating the contract extension option soon became the obvious choice. The flexibility and professionalism demonstrated by the Facilicom team throughout this very challenging time has proven this to be the right decision.”

Jan-Hein Hemke, Managing Director of Facilicom UK & Ireland, said: “We have thoroughly enjoyed working with the dynamic University of Brighton for eight years now, and we are thrilled to have secured an extension to our contract.

“Maintaining the highest levels of cleanliness, particularly in the current climate as we live alongside Coronavirus, is vital to the health and well-being of the university’s students. Our team on campus will continue to deliver the very best standards of hygiene as new and returning students begin to fill up halls in the coming months.”

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