Quayclean Australia has expanded its customer base reaching agreements with six major private schools, McDonald Jones Stadium in Newcastle, Bendigo Magistrates Court, and The Sovereign Room – The Star Sydney.
In addition, Quayclean has signed long-term renewal contracts with Marvel Stadium, Adelaide Oval and Venues NSW, operators of the Sydney Cricket Ground, Allianz Stadium, and the Sporting Club of Sydney.
New private schools commenced over the recent months have included cleaning, hygiene, and waste management services to Ipswich Grammar (Qld), PLC Croydon (NSW), PLC Burwood (Victoria), Santa Sabina College (NSW), Trinity Christian School (ACT) and Geelong Grammar (Victoria), the alma mater of King Charles III.
The 33,000 capacity McDonald Jones Stadium is owned by Venues NSW and is the home ground to the Newcastle Knights NRL team and Newcastle Jets A-League team while the Wallabies play regular Test rugby union matches at the ground.
The Sovereign Room – The Star Sydney complements Quayclean’s destination portfolio in NSW which includes the Sydney Opera House and Sydney Olympic Park Authority.
Quayclean Chief Executive Officer, Mark Piwkowski, said the new agreements reflect the company’s thirst for innovation, its strong customer focused relationships, and the work of its dedicated teams who take enormous pride in delivering results of the highest standards.
“We now operate at more than 90 major private schools around the country, and the McDonald Jones Stadium contract continues our growth in regional centres such as Geelong, Bendigo, and the Gold Coast, plus in the ACT,” said Piwkowski.
“The renewals with Marvel Stadium, Venues NSW, Adelaide Oval is particularly pleasing as it demonstrates the importance of top-quality site presentation and cleaning while developing systems, technologies and resources that optimise labour in the most efficient manner.
“Through these new agreements and renewals, we will continue to show our commitment to six United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.
“We have, and will continue, to work in partnership with our clients to achieve sustainable waste management practices, provide sustainable consumables, update technologies and practices to reduce use of chemicals, energy and water,” he added.
“While there is much to celebrate, our steadfast focus is on the path ahead – how we can continue to challenge ourselves to be better, continue to explore and introduce new systems and technologies, all while adding value and building customers for life,” he added.