MPW’s facility management and industrial cleaning groups connect for success on automotive deep-cleaning project
MPW Staff Report
SMYRNA, Tenn. — MPW recently completed a six-week deep-clean project at a major automotive manufacturer. The deep-clean project marked a seamless connection between Facility Management and Industrial Cleaning groups.
The assignment included paint-process equipment and building-structure deep cleaning requiring the use of multiple aerial man lifts, high-pressure water blasting equipment and an industrial vacuum truck.
MPW was awarded the contract due to competitive pricing, proven ability to provide quality service and a good relationship with the manufacturer resulting from past projects, including a five-month deep-clean in 2012.
Integral in the procurement and execution of the project was Dewayne Barnett, who is a Regional Manager for MPW’s Facility Management Division.
Other MPW Facility Management employees who played key roles in the project were Mark Durbridge (Canada), Sean Walp (business development), Scott Stewart (projects), Mary Patterson (supervisor), Matt Walter (operations manager) and Stewart Buckett (safety manager). ICG employees were Bud Lowery (operations manager) and John Garrett (supervisor).
MPW continues to receive contracts for other project work with the end goal of securing ongoing services in the near future.