CLEANING London cleaning and soft FM services specialist Julius Rutherfoord & Co has rebranded to highlight its focus on delivering secure commercial cleaning.

The new look has been rolled out across all corners of the business, including the company’s website, social media platforms, staff uniforms, vehicle graphics and signage. The Tramshed HQ in Battersea has also been refurbished to reflect its business ethos, encourage staff success, and continue to champion the importance of a healthy workplace.

The new logo is a central focus, incorporating the ‘secure commercial cleaning’ strapline and emphasises the ‘& Co’ part of its name.

Marcus Heap, Sales and Marketing Director at Julius Rutherfoord & Co, said: “When organisations outsource cleaning and FM services, they


CENTRE WIN ABM has announced a contract win with Belfast’s largest shopping centre, Victoria Square.

Worth more than £1m for the Northern Irish part of the business, the three-year contract will see ABM supply the iconic site with more than 50 members of staff covering security, cleaning, customer services and environmental.

Victoria Square houses over 70 international and local brands, restaurants and a cinema complex, covering approximately 800,000sq ft, and at £400m, is one of the biggest and most expensive property


need to be secure in the knowledge that they will be supported with exceptional service.

“Our workforce excellence starts with our rigorous recruitment procedures, which includes an innovative biometric ID system. We invest in the professional development of our staff, providing ongoing, tailored training to ensure they work carefully and safely. We pay above the minimum wage, and wherever possible the London Living Wage.

“Our in-house award and recognition scheme, JR & Co Stars, rewards

developments ever undertaken in Northern Ireland when it was opened on 6 March 2008.

Positioned in Victoria Square’s glass dome – which boasts 360-degree views across Belfast – ABM staff will act as ‘tour guides’, responsible for informing tourists about the city’s major landmarks and rich history.

Kyle Russell, ABM’s Regional Manager – Ireland, commented: “Everyone at ABM is delighted to be working with Victoria Square, which is without doubt Northern Ireland's best- known and most exclusive shopping centres. Having grown up in Belfast, I personally remember it being built and evolving into what it is today: an iconic part of the city's landscape.

"ABM continues to establish itself in the area and Victoria Square is a

staff who go above and beyond the line of duty, and have embodied the company’s core values – being Personal, Professional, Expert and Meticulous.

“Contracts are managed transparently to support this success and our contract management app increases quality, efficiency and security for our discerning clients. Our rebrand reflects this investment in staff, technology and systems with the prime focus being that our clients know they are in safe hands.”

fantastic addition to the company's retail portfolio.”

Michelle Greeves, Centre Manager of Victoria Square, said: “As Belfast's premier shopping and leisure destination, we were seeking a company with the necessary credentials and vision to ensure Victoria Square continues to deliver the high standards it has become known for.

"ABM’s solid reputation in the retail space stood out for us, which in turn, gave us huge peace of mind. The training infrastructure in place was also impressive and we were assured that ABM's employees would be a natural extension of the Victoria Square brand, as opposed to contractors."

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