Brayborne retains City College Southampton campus cleaning deal

Brayborne Facilities Services would be to continue delivering cleansing services to City University Southampton for another two-years.

Situated in Southampton city centre, City College is really a general further education facility providing career-led courses, education and apprenticeships for teenagers and adults.

The campus has undergone an enormous investment in new products and facilities, allowing students to understand and work in true to life working conditions using industry standard tools. Specialist on-site services add a professional theatre, industrial restaurant, beauty and hair salons, a science laboratory, construction and engineering workshops. The site includes structures leased to Solent University furthermore, a children’s nursery, and a marine skills center at Woolston.

Appointed to City College’s websites in 2018, Brayborne provides resolved staffing problems subsequently, revised scheduling and released efficiencies to lessen cost. The 25-strong cleaning staff provides vertical and horizontal day-to-day time cleaning with periodic heavy cleans together.

Talking about the agreement award, City University Estates & Procurement Supervisor, Jackie Nicholas commented: “Brayborne have already been brilliant. They will have improved our cleansing process, offer flexibility that satisfies our changing needs easily, and also have been supportive during lockdown particularly. We benefit from an agreeable and effective group whose enhanced morale is reflected in willingness and specifications to help.

“We’d no result in to retender because of this contract and provided the two-year expansion to Brayborne.”

THE TOWN College appointment may be the latest in some education cleaning agreements awarded to Brayborne covering over 20 websites across southern England.

Area of the Exclusive Services Team, Brayborne manages over 1,100 staff across 250 contracts specialising in everyday and periodic cleaning in the industry and educational sectors.