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TCFM kicks off with Saracens

Published 2nd October, 2015 by Neil Nixon

TCFM kicks off with Saracens

TC Facilities Management (TCFM) has announced the award of the cleaning contract at Allianz Park, home of the 2015 Rugby premiership champions, Saracens.

Following a rigorous tender process, TCFM has successfully secured an exclusive cleaning contract to provide all area cleaning at Allianz Park, located in north London. Along with suppling match day services to clean the 10,000 seat capacity stadium, the award includes day to day cleaning of its conferencing, hospitality and general stadium areas along with the retail store.

Leading TCFM's stadia sales growth, business development manager, Mark Parish, said: “We are delighted to have been part of this process. Having the opportunity to engage with the Allianz Park team to share our proven stadium and leisure cleaning experience has enabled us to demonstrate our confidence in being able to deliver a five star service to Saracens. Our bespoke cleaning offer, which aligns with the Saracens values, will ensure that every guest is able to enjoy a clean, hygienic and safe environment, regardless of the purpose of their visit.”

Alex MacIntyre, stadium manager at Allianz Park, said: “There were two key reasons why we awarded the contract to TCFM. Firstly, the importance they placed on being part of our team and secondly, their commitment to delivering the contract through our values of honesty, humility, work rate and discipline.”

The TCFM team is also celebrating extending other stadia contracts for cleaning and window cleaning with Watford and West Ham United, in addition to securing specialist cleaning projects at other leisure, sport and entertainment locations across the UK.

Keith French, strategic development director at TCFM said: “Our recent success in the stadia sector fits with our strategy of adding value to existing clients who in turn help promote our service capabilities to their peers in other stadia.”

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