Office Care became preferred partners with Derbyshire County Cricket Club in 2004. Completing a competitive tender 11 years ago, we’ve subsequently re-tendered 3 times, successfully renewing our partnership agreement each time. Our constant improvements and support to the club throughout the contract, have built a successful relationship with the club that ensures that the ground looks pristine all year round.
One of the 18 major county clubs which make up the England and Wales domestic cricket structure, we manage a team of ad hoc and full time staff to offer a flexible solution that works around scheduled events and fixtures in the year. This includes a daily cleaning service so visitors and staff enjoy a clean environment 365 days of the year. We also provide pre and post season deep cleaning of the seats and corporate areas and, scheduled window and carpet cleaning throughout the year. Our solution ensures that the ground is clean all year round, removing any peaks and troughs in cleaning standards throughout the season.
The ground hosts up to 30 home games throughout the year and Office Care staff attend all home fixtures to litter pick and attend to the washrooms during games.
DCCC also promote a permanent marquee that holds events for up to 400 people, for which we provide a flexible and quick turnaround cleaning service 7 days a week for the marquee and hospitality areas.
As a preferred partner, we invest back into the club and sponsor the home kit.
Derbyshire County Cricket Club have been in our esteemed list of clients for the last eleven years and have our commercial cleaning services on site. Events and Stadia cleaning is one of our many areas of expertise, and we pride ourselves in our modern cleaning techniques which puts us at the forefront of the Midlands commercial cleaning industry.
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