Sanderson Cleaning Services (SCS) are pleased to announce that they have been successful in retaining the contract to provide window cleaning and associated cleaning services to The Leadenhall Building.
Following a robust and competitive tender process, Sanderson were successful in retaining the new contract, and will see them continue to partner with the Buildings Property Management team until at least 2023.
The Leadenhall Building is an icon of the London skyline – rising 224 metres above the City of London, at 51 stories The Leadenhall Building remains the capital’s latest landmark and tallest occupied building in the City of London.
Victoria Sanderson, Business Development Director at SCS, said: “We are proud and honoured to be working with this iconic landmark. We have already formed an excellent working relationship with the management Team and we understand the culture of the venue, their customers and their objectives.
“The Leadenhall Building is a unique building, with a wide range of technical and service challenges. We remain very excited and are looking forward to a continued positive working relationship and development of our range of innovative cleaning solutions.”
Angelo Christou, Client Services Director said: “We are pleased to announce that following a thorough and competitive tender process, SCS managed to successfully see off their competitors to retain the vertical cleaning services contract at The Leadenhall Building. Over the past 5 years, SCS have been committed and innovative with their vertical cleaning approach for The Leadenhall Building. Their ‘can do’ attitude and flexible approach was well received from the outset by the building occupiers and management team, ensuring all areas of the building are maintained to the highest standards.”
For more information visit www.sandersoncleaning.com or contact the Business Development Director, Victoria Sanderson on 07775 562 605.
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