Spartan Chemical Recognized With Industry Service Award
Spartan Chemical Company, manufacturer of sustainable cleaning and sanitation solutions for the industrial and institutional market, was awarded the Building Service Contractors Association International (BSCAI) Industry Service Award on Friday, November 7, 2014.
The prestigious Industry Service Award is presented in recognition of long-term service to the association and for providing significant service or contribution to the building service contracting industry through one or more of the following:
• Raising the recognition level of professionalism in the building service contracting industry
• Raising the awareness level of the building service contracting industry
• Contributing to industry viability
• Supporting the industry's point of view in governmental and/or environmental concerns
Those eligible for the award include: consultants, government organizations, associations, companies who provide services or products to the industry, and organizations. Spartan was singled-out for its outstanding level of service from thousands potential candidates.
“Spartan consistently delivers innovative products, labor reduction solutions, and outstanding support,” said Chris Mundschenk, Executive Vice President, Building Service Contractors Association International. “We are pleased to honor Spartan Chemical for their dedication to our membership and organization.”
“We are so proud to receive this award from our partners at the BSCAI,” said Frank Trevisani, Director of Spartan Chemical’s BSCAI program. “This award represents the culmination of our hard work and commitment to the contractor industry.”
Spartan was recognized at the 2014 BSCAI Annual Convention in Orlando, Florida where the award was presented. Spartan Chemical was represented by Frank Trevisani, Director Building Service Contractors and Ryan Leadingham, Manager Building Service Contractors.
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