Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC) has announced it has awarded its commercial janitorial contract to Flagship Aviation Services, the company said.
Flagship has initiated the training, transition and deployment of staff for all ships and supervision for the new airport, scheduled to open later this year.
Taking over a janitorial contract in midst of the COVID-19 pandemic brings new challenges and stresses that did not exist a few months ago.
Flagship instituted advanced measures weeks before the janitorial services transitioned. Prior to the transition, they leveraged their strong vendor network to deliver much needed disinfectant, supplies and equipment — items that were on a month-long backorder for many companies. They also transported senior management and suppliers for onsite support and training.
Flagship has helped SLC alleviate COVID-19 spread concerns by implementing advanced disinfecting processes and frequent touchpoint sanitizing, along with extensive safety procedures. The combination increases passenger confidence and achieves a new standard of airport cleanliness.
Flagship Aviation Services is a subset of Flagship Facility Services.
Flagship has operations in culinary services, facility services and aviation services, and over 5,000 employees dedicated to creating the best facility experience for customers. Flagship offers Integrated Facilities Management and combinations of facilities services, including janitorial, engineering, culinary and maintenance services, for large-scale companies throughout the US and Canada.