Evolve Cleaning Expands Commercial Cleaning Services To Government & Public Sector

Fast growing commercial cleaning company expands services to cater for public sector and government offices.

Sydney, Australia - March 18, 2019 /MarketersMedia/ —

Evolve Cleaning, a commercial office cleaning company based in Sydney, has made a move on the Australian government and health industry by quickly expanding the company’s services. This comes in the hopes to provide a better cleaning solution to the public sector by generating more competition within the industry. The company has begun offering tailored cleaning solutions to government buildings throughout Sydney including local police stations, registry offices, post offices, hospitals, court houses and fire stations.

Part of the expansion by Evolve Cleaning was attributed by the need for old government buildings to be maintained through cleaning by highly trained and experienced commercial cleanings. The company has identified a need for both public and private health clinics to have a personalised medical cleaning service. These services can consistently track, monitor, evaluate and report the level of contamination within the medical clinic to adhere with strict regulations from The New South Wales Ministry of Health.

As the company begins to rapidly expand their services, major city hubs in Sydney that are densely populated with hospital and government buildings will be catered for. These areas include Parramatta, Inner West, Barangaroo, North Sydney and Sydney CBD.

The CEO of Evolve Cleaning has said , “We are proud to announce that Evolve Cleaning is swiftly expanding into the public sector. There is simply no incentives in the public sector to improve and grow rapidly to cater to the public needs. It is important for commercial cleaning businesses to get involved in the public sector to provide personalised hands-on cleaning services that will drive competition and improve the level of cleaning standard in Sydney. In doing so, this will create a demand for companies to improve upon their existing services to be more efficient.”

More About Evolve Cleaning.

Evolve Cleaning has been operating for over 23 years, offering a wide variety of cleaning services including offices, factories, hotels, schools and now medical clinics and government buildings. Evolve Cleaning has worked with some of Australia’s leading brand including Lindt Factory and Hitech Asia Pacific.

Visit Evolve Cleaning for more information: https://www.evolvecleaning.com.au/services/office-cleaning/

Contact Info:
Name: Reception
Organization: Evolve Cleaning
Address: 41 McLaren Street, North Sydney, NSW 2060
Phone: 02 8313 7035
Website: https://www.evolvecleaning.com.au/

Source URL: https://marketersmedia.com/evolve-cleaning-expands-commercial-cleaning-services-to-government-public-sector/493043

Source: MarketersMedia

Release ID: 493043

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