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Brayborne re-awarded cleaning contract with Eastleigh College & Quilley School of Engineering

31 July 2015

Brayborne re-awarded cleaning contract with Eastleigh College & Quilley School of Engineering for third time since 2001

With a presence across the south of England in the specialist education sector, Brayborne Facilities Services has been working with Eastleigh College & Quilley School of Engineering delivering specialist and regular cleaning services.

Both the college and school are based in Eastleigh, Hampshire. Eastleigh College is a community college of further education providing training to school leavers and students returning to education. Quilley School of Engineering is a secondary school with a broad curriculum and a specialist focus on engineering subjects.

Beverley Mason, Business Development Manager of Brayborne Facilities Services said: “We have worked in the education sector for many years and are very proud to have secured another contract with the college and school. We have developed a very good working relationship with our client and our employees who work at both locations and have a full understanding of the college and school and how they operate.”

“This re-award is a testament to our site team especially the site supervisor Mary Cavill      who has been in place since October 2011,” added Beverley.

“We very much look forward to continuing to work in partnership with Eastleigh College and Quilley School of Engineering,” added Beverley. “The contract endorses our positive track record of working in schools and colleges across the south of England.”

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