Contract cleaning business, Julius Rutherfoord, has been selected by Battersea Power Station Estate Management Company to provide a full range of specialist cleaning and soft FM services for phase 1 of the Battersea Power Station regeneration project.
The Circus West Village cleaning contract was awarded to Battersea-based Julius Rutherfoord through Broadgate Estates, after presenting a bespoke and carefully thought-out solution aimed at delivering the ‘Beyond Expectation’ service levels demanded by residents, commercial tenants and visitors. The 24/7 contract incorporates a broad range of cleaning and facilities management services, including core cleaning, cleaning of the public realm, management of onsite waste, portering, winter maintenance and window cleaning. Services provided by Julius Rutherfoord will also include additional cleaning based around special events.
The £9 billion Battersea Power Station redevelopment is one of the largest projects underway in the UK today. The Power Station was decommissioned in 1983, and the overall project will see it and the surrounding area redeveloped into a whole new London district.
The Battersea Power Station project is the cornerstone of the wider regeneration area of Nine Elms, which will become an exciting destination in central London offering 20,000 new homes, 25,000 new jobs, new schools, parks, culture and the arts.
Circus West Village, which forms the first phase of the Battersea project has seen the construction of 865 residential properties located between the iconic Power Station and Battersea Park. This first phase also includes shops, offices, leisure and hospitality areas and a new events space and Village Hall.
Marcus Heap, Julius Rutherfoord sales and marketing director, said:
“We are extremely proud of our Battersea roots and we are honoured to be playing a part in this fantastic development that is literally on our doorstep. We are looking forward to working as part of the team that will create London’s newest, most exciting and innovative neighbourhood.”