Established in 2013 by a management team with more than 60 years’ industry experience, KWB Corporate Cleaning has won the contract to provide school cleaning services for a primary school in Sutton Coldfield. The new contract marks the 80th client signed up to their services.
The majority of KWB Corporate Cleaning’s clients are office-based organisations across England. However, KWB Corporate Cleaning’s instruction at Boldmere Junior and Infant School is to act as its flagship for the education sector.
The tools, cleaning processes and management infrastructure required for maintaining a school’s cleanliness are almost identical to that of an office – making it very logical to move into this market, and further the growth of the business.
The company hopes that winning the school cleaning contract, and making an example of it, will be the start of further instructions. Starting with addressing schools in the local area, KWB Corporate Cleaning aims to offer a better managed and executed service for those that are dissatisfied with their current school cleaning provisions.
Dyan Hall (pictured right), Head of Commercial at KWB Corporate Cleaning, says, “In only four years, we have established a strong track record for providing a bespoke service which gets it right first time and meets our clients’ individual needs. Winning 80 contracted clients is a good start, but we have the capacity to take on more.
“One of the highest costs of running an office is cleaning and washroom services. Despite this, the quality of service and value for money that companies receive is often overlooked by business owners. We have been successful by providing the quality and value businesses are looking for.”
Part of the KWB Commercial Property Group, KWB Corporate Cleaning provides office cleaning and washroom and hygiene services, as well as additional added value services such as grounds maintenance, car park cleaning, janitorial and deep clean services to office occupiers and the industrial, healthcare, education and residential sectors.