Back to School; Grounds care

Most schools, colleges and universities have significant grounds maintenance requirements. The fact these spaces are populated by young people and in large numbers presents extra challenges, which our staff here at Botanical Group Services have been responding admirably to for many years.

Our vast store of practical experience and dedicated staff members means that our services are valued by many educational establishments, who trust us to meet with all of their requirements.

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Our grounds maintenance services are:

  • Secure: Working around young people means a need for extra security and so all of our staff (who work in full uniform with ID tags and drive liveried vehicles) have undergone enhanced DBS checks

  • Safe: We are CHAS, Safe Contractor and Contractor Plus accredited and have ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 (environmental) certification

  • Transparent: All of our clients gain online access to attendance reports which are updated in real time, evidencing the work we have carried out

  • Complete: All maintenance and management of grounds, including sports fields, is carried out by our team, from grass cutting and litter collection to tree care and weed control

  • Reactive: Here when you need us, we provide many reactive services such as winter gritting and weed control

  • Flexible: We will work at the most convenient times to suit the needs of your establishment, minimising disruption to the curriculum and carrying out major works outside of term time

  • Educational: We are keen to engage with pupils and students of all ages and lots of our work can be integrated with the curriculum. From installing a vertical garden to planting trees, and in any other way we can, we look forward to extending our work within schools

For more information on our live evidential reporting, discover the benefits of our Service View.

Winter Maintenance information, including specialist gritting and snow clearance.

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6th March 2017, 8:21