This year has brought many challenges. As the COVID-19 pandemic encompassed the world, cleaners became frontline essential workers and building service contractors ensured they were ready to tackle the coronavirus.
As we look back at 2020 and the lessons we learned, it’s important for us at BSCAI to reflect on some of the articles we’ve created to help you along the way. Here are the top 5 articles from Contractor Connections this past year.
Five Tips on How to Bid on a Commercial Cleaning Contract
For building service contractors, bidding is everything. The right bid can help you score important contracts. But it’s not as easy as just naming a price. Understanding how to properly put together a bid can ensure smooth sailing for both the building service contractor and the client.
Commercial Cleaning Resources for Coronavirus
As news of the coronavirus pandemic hit in March, information was coming fast and furiously. BSCAI put together a list of resources for building service contractors, as well as information, about what to expect and how janitorial and sanitation companies should respond. This ever-growing list was essential for our readers during a time of uncertainty.
Choosing a Reputable Cleaning Company Amid COVID-19
Cleaning became a huge driver in reopening economies around the world. When the spotlight shined on janitorial and sanitation companies, it brought out businesses that were promising high quality cleaning without the chops to back it up. BSCAI put together this resource for building service contractors to help highlight their reputation, and to help businesses vet those offering services.
Protecting Your Clients, Staff and Patrons from COVID-19
When you’re a frontline essential worker, how do you protect yourself and your clients from COVID-19? Larinda Becker and Jim Gauthier, both of Diversey, spoke with us about what building service contractors should do to ensure their policies and procedures were keeping everyone safe.
Cleaning Schools During COVID-19
This fall, many schools decided to open their doors again. For the cleaners working inside those schools, it was a new year unlike any other. Two building service contractors spoke to us about what makes cleaning schools unique, and how cleaning companies were pivoting to tackle COVID-19.