Commercial cleaning firm Cleanology has won contracts with co-working space provider Work.Life and Brookfield Asset Management in Canary Wharf.
CEO Dominic Ponniah said the firm’s relationship with national co-working space provider Work.Life and a new deal with Brookfield Asset Management at One Canada Square – the company‘s first contract in the Canary Wharf business district – indicate that business resilience can be achieved post-pandemic.
Ponniah explained that London-based Cleanology has adapted its service to meet the needs of the 10 co-working organisations on its books. As well as delivering a flexible cleaning service, it also provides housekeepers who work more closely with FM teams.
“Our relationship with Work.Life is based on similar ethics and values. We are both working towards certified B Corps status, and continuously work to improve sustainability. Cleanology already looked after one section of the estate; our… service and ability to adapt has resulted in the new contract expanding to cover the whole estate.”
He added: “Workspaces have undergone dramatic changes in the last year. Even offices that opened up after the first lockdown were asking a number of staff to work from home where possible, and facilities are reorganising to create more space. Offices are changing but, with new contracts being signed, it is clear that the office is far from extinct.”