October 01, 2010
Winter Park, Fla. – O,R&L Facility Services, a facility management and maintenance company, was awarded the janitorial maintenance contract by the City of Orlando for its venues. Properties include the new Amway Center (400 W. Church St.), Orlando Performing Arts Centre (401 W. Livingston St.) and the Florida Citrus Bowl Complex (1610 W. Church St.). The venues accommodate maximum seating for 20,000, 2,431 and 70,000, respectively.
The venues will be overseen by O,R&L team members Randy Ziegler, Michael Enoch and Dave Chylinski. Ziegler, executive vice president, is an International Association of Venue Managers (IAVM) Legacy of Leaders honoree and member of the U.S. Green Building Council.
Enoch will serve as arena transition team leader, while Chylinski will be the janitorial services general manager.
As a member of the U.S. Green Building Council and a proponent of “Green Seal” Certified Products, O,R&L’s janitorial efforts will complement the Amway Center’s LEED-certification status.
“We have been ‘cleaning green’ long before it was the politically correct thing to do,” said Bob Owens, co-founder and president. “A clean and healthy environment is what we strive for in every facility that we manage, and we look forward to implementing that same philosophy in Orlando’s popular venues.”
O,R&L will support the City’s Community Blueprint program by partnering with small, local, women- and minority-owned companies – including subcontractors Polished Perfection Cleaning Services, International Building Services, Florida Cleaning Systems, A-Ryen Unlimited Staffing Solutions and ACE Staffing. The goal of the Blueprint is to create a sustainable economic impact and ensure that maximum opportunities are afforded to local, small and disadvantaged businesses.