JPC has won the contract to clean one of the capital's most iconic buildings. The Leadenhall Building, known to millions in the city as the 'Cheesegrater', is the latest win for the family firm which already cleans some of London's highest profile workplaces, including The Ritz, CBS News, Regent's Place, Paddington Basin, and Paternoster Square.
Founded by managing director John Conry in 1987, JPC employs more than 250 people and runs commercial cleaning contracts across London and the south east. Operations director, John Conry Jnr, said this latest win was testament to the company's innovative methods and growing profile: “We are growing all the time but we haven't forgotten our roots which lie in service delivery and ensuring the customer gets what they want each and every time. The Cheesegrater is a truly iconic building and a prestigious addition to our client list. At 225 metres tall, it literally is a case of onwards and upwards for JPC.”
JPC's team will be responsible for all the communal areas including front of house, corridors, toilets, reception, galleria, and plaza. With innovation at the forefront of its business, JPC's impressive armoury includes a fully integrated real time quality management system, chemical free cleaning technology, and a passport to success scheme - which includes an array of training and development opportunities for its workforce. As well as The Ritz and the 'Cheesegrater' building, the family business still cleans 14 of the capital's casinos and holds a number of clients across the aviation, retail and media sectors.