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NHS Trust can see clearly now

Published 15th October, 2012 by Neil Nixon

NHS Trust can see clearly now

In Depth Managed Services has been awarded the contract for window-cleaning by Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust. The three-year contract is to clean the windows at six sites including Leeds General Infirmary, where the third series of Channel 4’s Bafta-award-winning maternity series One Born Every Minute was filmed. Another key site is St James’s University Hospital, famous for the hit fly-on-the-wall series Jimmy’s. The other sites are: Chapel Allerton Hospital, Seacroft Hospital, the Mosaic day nursery and the Moor House pharmacy stores in the city.

In Depth’s teams of trained cleaning professionals will take several weeks to complete a full cycle on the six sites. They will use the most up-to-date technology and techniques, including abseiling, powered-access platforms and water-fed pole systems. In Depth achieves first-class results while upholding strict health, safety and environmental standards, and the company’s fleet of ‘reach and wash’ vehicles, operated by expert staff, provide a virtually ‘ladder-less’ safe and efficient service.

Gary Johns, In Depth’s head of windows and industrial division, said: “This is a fantastic contract for In Depth, and it adds to our current portfolio of NHS trust contracts. Over the coming three years we will provide an outstanding level of service, to ensure the public, patients and staff see the sites clean and looking their best. Initial feedback from the trust has been very positive.”

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