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Principle Retains Broadgate Estates
ROWE Portfolio
P
rinciple Cleaning Services has
retained
the
prestigious
Broadgate Estates Rest of West
End (ROWE) portfolio.
The London-based cleaning specialist,
which provides its services to some of
the most prominent buildings in the
Capital, secured the multi-site contract
renewal following a rigorous tender
process.
The ROWE portfolio comprises of eight
locations including York House, 10
Portman Square and the newly
developed 7 Clarges Street in Piccadilly.
“The excellent levels of service and
innovative use of technology were both
significant factors in awarding the
contract to Principle for another term,”
said Terry King, client services director
for Broadgate Estates.
Principle has worked with Broadgate
Estates since 2010 providing cleaning
and window cleaning services via its own
in-house dedicated team.
Matt Kuwertz, sales and marketing
director at Principle Cleaning Services,
said: “To have secured this contract
renewal against stiff competition is
particularly rewarding. It is a reflection of
the hard work and dedication of our
on-site teams and our investment in
technology,
which
allows
both
companies to access real time data.
Principle Cleaning Services is proud to
work for Broadgate Estates and we are
looking forward to continuing our
partnership.”
One of Principle’s main aims is to be the
most sustainable cleaning company to
work for, providing the best working
environment, conditions and access to
progress for the firm’s 1700+ employees.
For further information about Principle
Cleaning
Services
please
visit
www.principlecleaning.com
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Cloud-Based Building Management Solutions and Heritage
Conservation Insights to Feature at EMEX, 22-23
November, Excel London
Climate control and building automation specialist Priva will be showcasing its cloud
services and discussing future-proofing of heritage buildings at EMEX 2017
V
isitors to Priva’s stand B67 at
this year’s EMEX Show will be
able to discuss building
management, key building analytics,
Priva alarms and energy management
with the expert team on hand.
In addition, visitors with responsibility in
the heritage and conservation sector will
be able to discover more about Priva’s
latest projects at some of the UK’s most
important heritage buildings, from
Westminster Abbey and Aberdeen
Council’s HQ, to Marlborough College
and St Bueno’s Spirituality Centre.
BMS, analysis & energy
Devised
to
increase
installation
efficiency, lower energy consumption and
enhance comfort levels, BI Metrics
represents a step change in building
management. Powered by Microsoft
Azure, the technology gives staff secure,
remote access to multiple building
systems from anywhere.
Importantly, BI Metrics provides accurate
building performance analysis; as well
as ensuring the climate is fully optimised
for the comfort of staff and customers.
This improved insight is shown to save
organisations up to 20% on their energy
bill.
Directly complementing its BI Metrics
building management system, is Priva’s
online energy management package, TC
Energy, which helps organisations
understand and optimise their energy
usage.
TC Energy collects all the energy data
from the building management system
and converts it into graphically-
illustrated easy-to-use reports. Web
based and easy to use, TC Energy
provides interactive graphs with a
zoom function for detailed insight and
analysis in various time periods.
Time-saving technology
Gavin Holvey, UK and Ireland Sales
Manager comments: “Organisations
are under significant pressure to meet
energy saving targets without
compromising on staff and customer
comfort. This is especially so within the
conservation and heritage sphere,
where visitor comfort plays such a big
part in enhancing the overall
atmosphere and in ensuring a
memorable visit – for all the right
reasons.”
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