COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE
Commercial Real Estate (CRE) is a multifaceted environment with many moving parts. From sales and leasing, to capital improvements and property management, CRE is a world of its own. With so many moving parts, management companies need a versatile cleaning provider they can count on to not only meet but exceed expectations.
Each CRE building typically houses multiple tenants varying in size from small startups to larger Fortune 500/1000 companies. Each tenant has a list of specific needs that must be clearly understood and reliably executed. Commercial Cleaning Systems understands that each commercial property is different and unique and has the skilled team to take on those specific needs.
Commercial Real Estate tenants can vary significantly in terms of protocols, security requirements, and specific janitorial needs. A CRE building might house, for example, a dental office, law practice, insurance agency, retail space, call center, residential living, and more.
In these multi-industry tenant buildings, a skilled janitorial company would need the expertise to sterilize work surfaces, manage a waste removal program that protects confidential documents and maintain cleanliness and safety in high traffic environments. Additionally, in all buildings, this company must provide services in a sustainable manner that protects the public and the environment via a clean and healthy building.
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20% of the fortune 1000 Commercial Real Estate companies in the Western U.S. We are proud of our lasting partnerships and look forward to serving you and your CRE needs.
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“Commercial Cleaning Systems assisted us in developing our Green Cleaning Policies for our LEED Certification. CCS specializes in sustainable performance standards and has a wealth of knowledge in this area. The team guided us and helped us build an understanding of the process, including recommendations for appropriate staffing plans, operating procedures and the proper training that addressed both effective and sustainable cleaning practices.”
Jennifer P. CPM, LEED AP, General Manager