Nviro has been retained by Isle of Wight Council to clean a wide range of its facilities in a deal worth in excess of £200,000 per annum. Nviro has provided cleaning and maintenance services for a large number of the council's buildings for the last five years.
The contract - which will run for three years with an option to continue for a further two - sees Nviro providing daily cleaning services at a variety of locations including museums, a crematorium, offices, youth centres, libraries, fire stations and tourist attractions. This includes Dinosaur Isle, Britain's first purpose-built dinosaur attraction.
Louise Richards, business development manager for Nviro, said: “Nviro is delighted to have been retained by Isle of Wight Council to clean so many of its facilities. We worked closely with the council during the previous five-year contract, holding joint monthly audits at each site and preparing quarterly KPI reports, where scores consistently exceeded client targets. This performance, plus the fact that we have a highly mobile team of operatives ready to respond to emergencies or cover unexplained absences, helped us to retain the business. This is also backed by a strong management presence on the island, and extensive experience in delivering these types of contracts, where flexibility and cost efficiency are key issues.”
Photo shows Dinosaur Isle's spectacular building, just one of the facilities Nviro cleans as part of the contract.