Spree’s Special Operations Division provides specialised cleaning services for a range of niche markets and clients. Our range of specialised services focus on developing service programs that are highly technical, requiring specialised know-how and methodologies.
Our Special Operations division relies on our proprietary flow-chart processes to enable concise project planning and execution. This approach is also coupled with our ability to draw upon our deep and experienced knowledge bank of IP, capabilities, & resources to identify the best practices for delivering on specified outcomes.
At times delivering on our range of specialised services requires a very unique, lateral and systematic approach that provides solutions to very complex requirements. Each project presents new challenges that command specialist skills to cross analyse the project from deliverables such as workplace safety, commercial risk, operational yields and resource planning. This allow us to determine the most cost efficient solution available without comprising the safety of our people and risk to our business.
Some of our recent projects have been testament to our ability to deliver, for example cleaning almost 10 kilometres of underground tunnels. This was a highly sensitive environment that required specialist apparel, safety apparatus, equipment and materials and a work plan that would optimise resource productivity whilst complying with the OHSE Site Safety Plan.
Our high pressure services provide cost-effective and intense cleaning solutions for areas such as car parks, facades, walkways, promenades and other high-traffic external environments. These systems also enable the effective removal of dirt build-up, grease, and residue in hard-to-reach areas or those not serviceable by conventional equipment. Our high pressure cleaning utilises chemicals that are biodegradable and eco-friendly. We also use recycled water wherever possible.
Some of the challenges we faced required innovative cleaning methodologies for confined spaces. The variable diameter access openings and limited weight bearing floor systems required intense project planning schedules and concise integration of the service delivery blueprint.
Other specialist projects involved acidic removal of industrial chemical bathing pools and top to bottom cleaning restoration of food redundant manufacturing facilities. Each of the projects involved a high level of skill, knowledge and expertise to ensure the tunnels and redundant area of the food manufacturing facility could be re-instated, without major capital works. The chemical bathing pool and surrounding areas were cleaned by removing acidic build-up, resulting in minimal down time for our client and near zero capital expenditure.
These are only the most recent project, however over the years we have encountered some almost impossible cleaning jobs and on every occasion we have always delivered on our promise.