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VenuesWest Re-Signs Quayclean For Another Five Years


[mkdf_dropcaps type=”normal” color=”#f55549″ background_color=””]V[/mkdf_dropcaps]enuesWest has announced it has re-signed Quayclean Australia for a third successive five-year contract to clean and present services at VenuesWest stadia.

As part of the continued deal, Australian-owned Quayclean will be responsible for the waste and presentation services at HBF Arena, HBF Stadium, Gold Netball Centre, WA Athletics Stadium, Champions Lakes Regatta Centre and the SpeedDome.

Quayclean CEO, Mark Piwkowski, said he is grateful for the chance to work with VenuesWest for the extended period of time.

“This new agreement with VenuesWest illustrates the strong relationship which has been established with Quayclean over the past 10 years,” Piwkowski said.

“Our staff take enormous pride in managing the VenuesWest facilities and we will continue to develop systems, technologies and resources to optimise labour in the most efficient and effective manner over the next five years.

“Patron, spectator and athlete experiences commence from the moment they enter a facility and it is our commitment to ensure each VenuesWest site is presented in a clean, healthy and safe manner.

“The cleaning industry continues to evolve, and we look forward to working with VenuesWest staff in each facility to provide further recycling and waste management solutions which result in reduced volumes of waste going to landfill,” he said.

VenuesWest acting CEO, Janis Carren, said the organisation is looking forward to continuing their partnership with Quayclean, who has proven to be a reliable and trusted partner over the past 10 years.

“VenuesWest provides world class sport and entertainment facilities for spectators and athletes and we are delighted Quayclean will continue to contribute to these experiences in a positive fashion,” Carren said.

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