| In Practice | Office Cleaning
Eight buildings with over 2,000 offices
An enormous task with a special
Eight buildings, over 2,000 offices, two cafeterias and underground parking – these are the
dimensions of the largest office building complex in Berlin-Brandenburg. Since 2015, the
Jakob-Kaiser-Haus, which greatly values environmental protection, has been professionally
cleaned by a building service provider from the Lower Rhine.
“To accomplish this enormous task, 110 of our employees
in the building complex,” explains branch manager Alev Topba.
She says that in fall 2015, the German parliament granted
commission for the mammoth cleaning project in the government
quarter to Winkels, a family-run service-provider from Geldern
(Lower Rhine, Germany) after the company’s successful bid.
Everything started on the first of November two years ago. “A key
factor was the company’s coherent concept and its many years
particularly in the cleaning of special security-restricted
areas as well as with other prominent customers,”
object manager and trainer Patrick Dippelt. “This convinced the
client.” He mentions here that Winkels has been responsible for
Viktor Zolotarev polishes the parquet flooring in one of the basement
Gartfel cleans office carpets with a spray-extraction machine.
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