Andron win 5-Year Contract with Crown Estates

Facilities management company, Andron, has won a 5-year contract managing the Crown Estate’s portfolio in London.

The Crown Estate’s portfolio is stetches over 10 million square feet and includes 128 properties, making it one of the largest in the West End. The properties range from corporate, the retail and lifestyle as well as residential buildings.

Landmark buildings included in the contract are St James’s Market, 20 Air Street, The Marq (32 Duke Street), 11 New Burlington Place and more.

The five year contract will see 165 operatives providing cleaning and support services across Regent Street and St. James’, led by a dedicated accounter director who will be based at their 7 Air Street Location.

As part of the contract, Andron has agreed to provide consolidated wase services using fully electric pick-up vehicles. Andron will be deploying their community and wellbeing and environmental managers to oversee staff wellbeing and development as well as community projects as part of their ESG strategy.

Paul Orru, operations director said: “This is the single biggest contract Andron has won to date and provides an exciting opportunity for us to showcase our creative and sustainable approach to the services we provide. We will be supplying an all-encompassing data-driven solution that focuses on an on-demand cleaning regime, utilising data-driven technology to optimise our services by understanding where and when they are needed, allowing us to strike the right balance between efficiency and exceptional service standards.”

Andron director Cheryl Stewart added: “We look forward to strengthening our already tight bonds with JLL and becoming a trusted long-term partner to The Crown Estate. By nurturing a spirit of openness, trust, and collaboration, partnered with the application of innovative technologies and solutions, we are confident that we will meet The Crown Estates’ objective to become a net-carbon, urban renewal leader, underpinning the rebuild of London post-Covid-19.”