Churchill has been awarded a three-year contract with Performances Birmingham Ltd.
Town Hall and Symphony Hall are managed together by Performances Birmingham, a registered charity. Between them, the two halls present an exciting and varied programme of around 800 concerts and events a year, connecting people of all ages and backgrounds to music from jazz, folk, world, roots and classical, to rock and pop. Over 500,000 people visit Town Hall and Symphony Hall annually, and almost 12,000 young people and 6,000 adults participate in the thriving Education and Community programme.
Nick Loveland, Chief Operating Officer for Town Hall Symphony Hall, said: “Both venues are internationally renowned and it is important that with world-class reputations, Town Hall and Symphony Hall provide world-class experiences for audiences – cleanliness being of top priority.
This is a really exciting time for Town Hall and Symphony Hall and the next few years will see a lot of change across the organisations. Churchill have impressed us with their innovation and their proactive approach – I cannot think of a better cleaning partner over the coming years.”
This is Churchill’s first contract with Performances Birmingham and includes general cleaning, window cleaning, washroom services as well as other sanitary services across both buildings.
Mark Whyte, Operations Director, Churchill – Midlands & North, said: “We’re delighted to kick off 2018 with a new partnership. Both buildings are integral to Birmingham’s history and identity, and we will collaborate with the team at Performances Birmingham to ensure that the facilities of these celebrated venues are kept up to the highest standards.”
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