Ryemead Commercial Cleaning wins University of Winchester contract
16 January 2020
The award-winning Ryemead Commercial Group has expanded its portfolio of window cleaning contracts having successfully tendered and been awarded a three-year contract to clean all glazing at The University of Winchester.
The University of Winchester is a thriving University established in 1870. A large diverse site of teaching, residential and administration buildings, the university is located across a hilly campus with buildings ranging in age and style.
Ryemead will use various window cleaning methods, including hot water reach and wash, MEWP access machines and traditional cleaning methods.
The Ryemead Group’s core services include contract window cleaning to all heights, gutter cleaning and repairs, cladding/facade cleaning, superheated steam exterior cleaning, carpet cleaning, grounds maintenance and commercial pressure washing.
Ryemead cover a wide area across London and the South East of England from its conveniently situated HQ on the M40 in High Wycombe. The company is ISO9001 certified and directly employs a highly skilled workforce who are IPAF, IOSH and SafeContractor approved.
Ryemead services a multitude of window cleaning clients from many sectors, including businesses, hotels, property managing agents, daily cleaning companies, facilities management companies and commercial landlords.
Ryemead is an award-winning company, and is the only company to have won in consecutive years at The Thames Valley Chamber of Commerce Awards. In 2018 the company picked up ‘High Growth Business of the Year’ and in 2019 it followed this up with the most hotly contested award on the night – ‘Small Business of the year’.
Steve Hughes, founder and managing director of Ryemead, established the company in 2012 with a clear vision to shake-up the window cleaning sector of commercial cleaning. In a relatively short space of time, the company has developed an immaculate reputation centred on clear communication, standard of work and professionalism. Ryemead has achieved 35% year on year turnover growth since year one and continues to expand.
Commenting on the award, Steve Hughes said: “We are honoured to have been chosen as the new supplier of window cleaning services at The University of Winchester. It is a wonderful achievement, and testament to our dedicated and ‘best in class’ workforce. Plans are now being put in place, and we look forward to delivering our seamless window cleaning service provision, in collaboration with the site team at Winchester.”
The contract is due to commence early January 2020.