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LSS wins new facilities management contracts

Chelsea Football Club and SECC partner with support service specialist

LSS, the specialist FM solution company, has secured two new contracts. The wins strengthen its position as the leading facilities management operator dedicated to the UK's sport and leisure sector. 

LSS has extended its reach in to Scotland with a £1.3m contract at the Scottish Exhibition & Conference Centre (SECC), The SSE Hydro and Clyde Auditorium. The award winning exhibition centre and live performance arenas have confirmed that LSS will deliver year round exhibition and event cleaning services across the estate.

Chelsea Football Club has also awarded LSS a £1.3m contract to provide year round cleaning services at their football ground Stamford Bridge. The Stamford Bridge site is a regular host to crowds of over 40,000 on match days, as well as hosting non-match day activities including conferences, live music and experiential events. LSS will also deliver cleaning services at the Cobham Training Ground and the Chelsea Health Club & Spa. 

LSS offers clients a range of tailored facilities management services designed to enhance the visitor experience; from cleaning and maintenance to security and stewarding. LSS is a business of Levy Restaurants UK, the sports, leisure and hospitality division of Compass Group UK & Ireland. The new partnerships bolsters LSS’ existing prestigious client roster that includes Twickenham Stadium, All England Lawn Tennis Club, The Open Championships and The Crown Estate.  

Peter Watts, managing director, LSS says: “The SECC, the SSE Hydro and Clyde Auditorium are beacons of best practice in the live events and performance market and has built an amazing reputation for its customer service. Equally Chelsea Football Club has an unrivalled appeal and reach on a global stage. We are delighted to be part of these award winning teams by focussing on touch points that can only further help the experience for fans, delegates, event organisers, promoters and of course the internal team”. 

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