Middlesex University has confirmed the continuation of its contract for cleaning services with ISS. ISS will deliver cleaning and associated services at the Hendon Campus of the university for an additional three years, with further scope for extension.
Jamie Smith, deputy director, estates and facilities services at Middlesex University, said: “After a comprehensive open tender process for cleaning and associated services for Middlesex University, I am pleased to confirm that ISS Education has retained this contract for a further three years. The awarding panel assessed the final six companies on their ability to provide solutions for the services sought, their ability to work with the university on implementing the London Living Wage - as calculated by the Living Wage Foundation - and a competitive pricing structure. The ISS submission, presentation and a strong local leadership presence allowed the panel to conclude that ISS were the right company to take forward the new contract and the university looks forward to continuing a successful and productive partnership.“
Mark Davies, managing director, ISS Education, said: “We have already worked with the university for some years and share their commitment to being a leading centre of excellence for a wide range of students and stakeholders. We're delighted that the university liked our innovative proposals and agreed to continue the partnership in the next phase of their development. At ISS, we believe we will support their quest for an environment that matches their aims.”