Spartan Chemical's Frank Trevisani Discusses Cleaning For Health
A native of Utica, New York, Frank Trevisani has been associated with the janitorial and sanitation industry for more than 40 years. Trevisani graduated from St. Bonaventure University in Olean, New York, with a bachelor of science degree. This seasoned professional has a wealth of experience from his years of work in distribution and the building service contractor industry. He has held many titles including vice president of technical support at ISS/One Source where he ran the supply division, while concurrently composing production and equipment standard programs for 40,000 employees. Additionally, he worked for national accounts at Clark Floor Machine. Currently, he serves as director of building service contractors for Spartan Chemical Company.
Trevisani has also managed a single distributorship, giving him the unique ability to see and experience firsthand many different facets of the industry. Trevisani is an industry leader in the BSC market, most notably being selected by Cleaning & Maintenance Management magazine as an Industry Leader Dream Team Member. Trevisani has been married for 48 years to his wife Sandra. They have four children and seven grandchildren.
BSCAI sat down with Trevisani to discuss his career and the lessons he's learned along the way.
BSCAI: What are some trends you see developing in the building service contracting industry?
Frank Trevisani, BSC: Our industry, due to the past pandemic, will finally get its due. For too long we were considered a commodity and not considered an intricate part in cleaning for health. What we do every day has a direct effect in keeping a healthy environment. We cannot and should not compromise cleaning. Another trend I see is that deep cleaning will be the norm and spot cleaning a thing of the past. Touch points will be an integral part of daily cleaning along with disinfecting as either a daily function or an additional service once proper cleaning is done. We should now push "The Value of Clean" as today's norm.
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