Specifications include, but are not limited to: Janitorial Service Requirements: The contractor shall perform the tasks listed below at the frequency specified in order to keep all surfaces clean and free of dust, cobwebs, spots, spills, scuffs, other debris, etc.
DAILY: The contractor shall perform the following tasks on a daily basis:
Thoroughly vacuum all carpeted areas from wall to wall.
Thoroughly vacuum all entrance mats.
Thoroughly sweep all hard surfaces including, but not limited to, floors, stairs, and landings using brooms or dust mops.
Wet mop all hard surfaces including, but not limited to, floors, stairs, and landings.
During periods of inclement weather, use a carpet extractor or wet/dry vacuum to remove moisture from carpeted foyers, elevators, and entrance matting as needed or requested by the state agency.
During periods of inclement weather such as snow, machine scrub all hard surface floors, and remove sand, soot, and salts from the building vestibules. After the inclement weather ends, wash and scrub exterior plazas or entrances, as directed by the state agency.
Clean and disinfect all tables and countertops in all kitchens and break rooms.
Clean, disinfect, and remove mineral deposit on all drinking fountains and sinks.
Remove cobwebs from all ceilings, doors, and corners within the building.
Spot clean all doors and frames.
Spot clean all wall and partition surfaces, including light switches.
Clean both sides of entrance door glass, clean door glass frames and accompanying glass panels including transoms (inside and outside), removing all fingerprints and dirt. Spot clean all interior glass.
Empty all waste/trash containers. Wash waste/trash containers and replace plastic liners when soiled.
Spot clean all carpet as spots appear.
Sift sand and remove cigarette butts from all ashtrays outside the building. Replace sand when it becomes discolored.
Remove all trash and sweep sidewalks for ten feet (10’) from all entrances/exits of the building.
Secure all doors as requested by the state agency.
Spot clean all interior elevator cabs and walls, vacuum elevator carpets, clean elevator tracks and clean outer doors on each building level.
Clean janitorial closets after completion of the daily tasks and before exiting the building.
Using a damp treated cloth, wipe all flat surfaces including, but not limited to, file cabinets, conference tables and stands, bookshelves, coat racks, window sills, hand rails, tops of partitions, etc.
Clean and disinfect all conference and lobby telephones.
If recycle bins are utilized, remove full recycle bins, place recycle bins in the pick-up location (dock), and replace with empty recycle bins.
Any and all other related and contingent miscellaneous janitorial cleaning duties requested by the state agency.
WEEKLY: The contractor shall perform the following tasks at least one (1) time per week.
Remove any trash or debris adjacent to the perimeter of the building and parking lot(s).
Wash trash carts.
Wipe all plastic chairs, when soiled.
Brush and spot clean fabric furniture, as needed.
Damp mop and then high speed buff or burnish all finished floors.
Machine scrub all stone and concrete surface floors.
MONTHLY: The contractor shall perform the following tasks one (1) time per month (i.e. monthly).
Clean all interior glass surfaces, excluding both sides of exterior windows.
Clean/dust all venetian/mini-blinds.
Clean light fixtures, as needed, to remove insects, dirt, etc., on the fixtures.
Clean/vacuum all vents, diffusers, and registers.
Clean the carpet in main traffic lanes on entry-level floors via wet extraction method.
Clean all baseboards.
QUARTERLY: The contractor shall perform the following tasks once every three months (i.e. quarterly).
Thoroughly machine scrub all finished floor areas removing all scuffs and black marks. Apply two (2) coats of skid-proof wax floor finish to all finished floors as directed by the state agency.
SEMI-ANNUALLY: The contractor shall perform the following tasks once every six (6) months (i.e. semi-annually).
Deep clean all carpet via wet extraction method. The contractor must schedule the carpet cleaning with the state agency at least seventy-two (72) hours in advance of the carpet cleaning in order for the building tenants to prepare for the carpet cleaning. In addition, the contractor shall resolve problem areas as requested by the state agency.
Scrub and re-coat elevator banks with two (2) applications of wax.
Dust all pipes and ductwork within a 12 foot height from the floor.
Strip and refinish with five (5) coats of skid-proof wax all finished floors and elevator banks as directed by the state agency.
Scrub computer area floors with a low speed buffer, using a spray bottle with all purpose cleaner, spray two (2) tiles at a time and scrub with machine. Scrub approximately twenty (20) tiles then mop up all water. Do not saturate floor. Continue procedure until all floors are completed.
Janitorial Restroom Requirements: The contractor shall clean and disinfect all restrooms located within the cleanable square footage, for the building at the frequency specified. For purposes of restroom requirements, “clean” shall be defined as disinfecting, polishing, and removing all water spots. Disinfectant must be a “hospital” grade quaternary disinfectant that kills fungus, viruses, and bacteria and has organic soil tolerance.
DAILY: The contractor shall perform the following tasks on a daily basis.
Clean all surfaces of all restrooms located in the building.
Clean interior and exterior of toilet bowls and seats, urinals, hand basins, counter tops, and the walls around these fixtures, removing all mineral deposits.
Clean all mirrors, bright work, chrome pipes, and fittings.
Wet mop all restroom floors using a disinfectant.
Clean stall partitions, doors, door frames, and push plates (all sides).
Dust or wipe all horizontal surfaces.
Empty and clean (inside and out) all trash containers and disposals; change liners daily.
Restock dispensers to normal limits (i.e. soap, toilet tissue, paper towels, toilet seat covers).
Remove spots, stains, scuffmarks, and finger and handprints.
Report all damage.
WEEKLY: The contractor shall perform the following tasks one (1) time per week (i.e. weekly).
Clean air diffusers in all restrooms.
Pour five (5) gallons of water down each floor drain.
Spot clean exposed pipes.
MONTHLY: The contractor shall perform the following task at least once each month (i.e. monthly).
Clean and disinfect all walls.
Machine scrub all restroom floors.