Rowe Contracting Service Awarded Pentagon Contract: Rowe Contracting Service, Inc., (ROWE), a full service Facility Operations company, is pleased to announce that they have been awarded a Custodial Services Contract by the Department of Defense, Washington Headquarters Service, to service the Pentagon. As a prime vendor, the combination of Rowe's expertise, GSA Schedule 03FAC (Facilities, Maintenance & Management) contract, (GS-21F-0166Y), and their facilities and janitorial capabilities offered procurement officers an ideal combination of governmental vetting, facilitating this contract award.
"We're honored to service the Department of Defense, at the Pentagon, and proud to have been awarded this contract," states Scott E. Rowe, President of Rowe Contracting Service, Inc. He adds, "This contract award validates the value of our facilities and custodial services offering to governmental agencies as we look to continue to expand our business and our workforce."
ROWE offers complete Facility and Logistic Support Services; their mission is to provide these services in the most cost efficient, responsible and reliable method possible. Rowe diligently maintains full compliance with all federal, state, city/local regulations, codes and standards in performance of all services. These services include: Painting; Plumbing; Carpet & Upholstery Cleaning; Construction Clean-Up; Window Blind Cleaning; Pest Control; Parking Lot Maintenance- Repair, Striping & Sweeping; Carpet & Tile Removal; Drywall Repair; Duct Cleaning; Event Cleaning; Pressure Washing; Tenant Make Ready / Turn-Key Preparation; HVAC; Maintenance Technicians; and Janitorial Services.
By deploying a Computerized Project Management Information System, ROWE offers clients' full coverage 24 x 7 – 365 days per year, and ensures consistency and safeguards continuity. Rowe also provides all key personnel including Program Managers, Property Managers, Supervisors, Administrative Support Personnel, Project Managers, Quality Control Personnel, Security Personnel, and Engineers.
About Rowe Contracting Service, Inc.: Founded over a quarter century ago in 1980, in New Orleans, Louisiana, Rowe, has regularly received accolades for its consistent providing of quality care, and maintaining the highest of business standards in its performance of Custodial and Related Building Maintenance Services to various U. S. Federal Government Agencies and commercial facilities. Rowe has primarily performed business services under the strictest of regulations for the unique atmosphere created with contracts that are Highly Restricted. Whether at domestic sites or locations overseas, (England and Germany), Rowe has a proven track record of compliance with and performance of the customers' most specific requests for service.
|"Cleaning the Pentagon is an understatement. What you did was put life back into the building."|
Terrorists hit the Pentagon with a 130,000 pound airplane traveling at 345 mph with 9,000 gallons of fuel on board. The World's Largest Office Building suffered great physical damage at the point of impact. Water damage from sprinklers and fire hoses affected adjoining areas, and smoke and soot quickly filled the 6.5 million square foot structure. Rescue operations commenced immediately and, combined with the structural strength of the building, prevented a more devastating loss of life than the 125 soldiers and civilians killed in the attack. At the same time, actions were taken so that evacuated personnel would be able to return to their jobs as soon as possible. The need for expert clean-up was second only to the rescue effort.
The Pentagon called ServiceMaster Clean at 11:30 a.m. on the 11th. The ServiceMaster Recovery Management staff, dedicated to catastrophic disaster mitigation and restoration, was on the move by noon, and was at the Pentagon on September 12th. At 8:30 a.m. that day, a crew of 50 ServiceMaster Clean technicians mustered in the Pentagon's western parking lot. Supplies and people from ServiceMaster Clean local offices were mobilizing up and down the East Coast and as far away as Michigan. Two ServiceMaster Clean restoration shifts worked 24/7 for five weeks. A day shift completed the job on November 16th. Five million square feet of office space was back on line.
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