Ryans Cleaning are event cleaning specialists with offices in Birmingham and Ireland and they have been cleaning Hyde Park since 2009. The company’s first gig at Hyde Park was none other than the 2009 British Summer Time Event and since then have worked a whole host of vibrant and diverse events. 2012 was an especially busy period for Ryans Cleaning at Hyde Park with the Queens Jubilee and a whole host of Olympic events taking place that summer.
Pat Ryan, CEO of Ryans Cleaning described the company position at Hyde Park as ‘cleaning partners’ due to the superb relationship between the contractor and management and the high standards they work to together. The grounds are most important at Hyde Park and the team at Ryans Cleaning are extremely conscientious when cleaning post event to return the grounds litter free and in perfect condition. The event cleaning company’s experience working at major sporting venues, where track and pitch surface protection and maintenance is paramount, really stands to them when working at the park as they know exactly how to offer a quality clean whilst protecting the valuable landscape.
“Hyde Park is a very special venue for us as it is just so unique. We have been working closely with Jim King, Dan Craig, Graham McEvoy and all the team there for so long now we know every square inch of the venue and the exceptional standards to which management want it maintained.” commented Mr. Ryan.
Ryans Cleaning work with their clients to promote excellence at all venues through their remarkable standards of care and quality cleaning services. The family run company is the top events cleaning provider in the UK and Ireland which sets industry standards while constantly raising the bar for their clients. They are also fully audited and accredited by the International Standards Organisation (ISO) with no less than four unique European Certificates.
Managing Director, Elaine Ryan said “Our operational team were on site for over a month at the popular Hyde Park site. We were particularly busy as over the 6 show nights we cleaned for audiences of 65,000 and then our night cleaning crews which we affectionately call the ‘night cleaning fairies’ had to turn the venue around overnight for public access each morning. It took 27,000 refuse sacks and 15,000 wheelie bin liners to do it but we got there in the end with smiles all round, it really is such a beautiful venue to clean we are already looking forward to BBC Proms in September.”