Our Customers From Education, Healthcare and Commercial Sectors - i-Clean Systems Ltd
Our experience is built on our teams work at over 5000 commercial buildings
  • 1 Canada Square

    Canary Wharfs iconic 235m multi tenant skyscraper with 50 floors of premium office space
  • London City Hall

    Home to the Mayor of London and the Greater London Authority designed by Foster and Partners
  • Harrods

    Established in Knightsbridge in 1849 with over 1,000,000 square feet of selling space, 12,000 employees and up to 100,000 visitors per day
  • Dubai International Airport

    Incorporating the worlds largest building and welcoming 57.6 million passengers per year
  • Lords Cricket Ground

    The 'Home of Cricket' owned by Marylebone Cricket Club established in 1787 with a capacity of 28,000
  • Adelphi Building

    Overlooking Victoria Embankment a Grade II listed Art Deco building built in the 1930s
  • Imperial College London

    Central London science-based institution consistently rated amongst the world's best universities
  • Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre

    Central London's largest conference space sitting in the shadow of Big Ben and Westminster Abbey
  • Shard London Bridge

    Europe's tallest building designed by Renzo Piano and completed in 2013 standing at 306m with 87 floors of mixed use space
  • National Railway Museum

    An award winning 20 acre collection of over 100 locomotives and 300 other items of rolling stock located in York
  • Museum of London

    Located on London Wall and at Docklands it documents the history of London from prehistoric to modern times
  • National Media Museum

    Part of the Science Museum Group located in Bradford with 7 floors focusing on photography, television, animation, video gaming and the Internet
  • Guys Hospital

    One of London's most famous hospitals established in 1721 and now incorporating the Tower Wing which is the worlds tallest hospital building
  • 66 Portland Place

    A 1930's London Grade II listed building designed by George Grey Wornum and now the headquarters of the Royal Institute of British Architects
  • Hyde Park Chapel

    The London branch of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latterday Saints whose headquarters are in Salt Lake City, Utah
  • Millfield School

    An independent co-ed day and boarding school established in 1935 with 1200 students and 166 acre campus in Somerset
  • Fettes College

    An independent co-ed day and boarding school established in 1870 with 670 students set in 90 acres of woodland in Edinburgh
  • Hartpury College

    Established in 1947 as an agricultural college it now teaches 3300 students from 30 countries across its 890 acre estate in Gloucestershire
  • 55 Whitehall Place

    An Edwardian Baroque Grade II listed building built in 1909 whose cellular office layout is now home to the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA)
  • 3-8 Whitehall Place

    The 8768 square metre 5 floor Grade II listed building built by the Ministry of Works in 1952 and renovated in 2003/04. Now home to the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC)
  • 50 Bank Street

    Located in Canary Wharf this 19,000 sq metre prestige office block designed by Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects is home to Northern Trust's UK operations
  • HSBC branch offices

    The worlds local bank with over 1100 high street branches comprising sales and admin areas
  • Lloyds Pharmacies

    High profile high street network of over 1300 stores comprising sales, dispensing and pharmacy areas
  • Milton Park

    A 250 acre Oxfordshire business and science park with a range of offices, laboratories and industrial units operated by MEPC
  • HMS Nelson

    The barracks and support services site forming part of HMNB Portsmouth which is home to two-thirds of the Royal Navy's surface ships
  • RAF Halton

    Built in 1913 it is one of the largest Royal Navy Stations in the UK and is the RAF's centre for recruit training for all non-commissioned servicemen
  • Springfield University Hospital

    Originally opened in 1840 as the Surrey County Lunatic Asylum and is now the HQ for the South West London and St George's Mental Health NHS Trust
  • St. Thomas' Hospital

    A prominent London landmark named after St Thomas Becket which has provided healthcare services since the first site opened in Southwark in the 12th century
  • Birmingham Childrens Hospital

    A high profile specialist hospital with 300 beds which opened in 1862 and now treats nearly 250,000 children a year and regarded as one of the best in Europe
  • Wells Cathedral School

    An independent co-ed music school founded in 909 in Somerset and is one of the oldest extant schools in the world
  • CIS Tower

    A Grade II listed building built in Manchester in 1962 which at 387ft is the tallest office building outside London and houses the Co-operative Banking Group
  • ACS School Cobham

    An independent co-ed school situated in Surrey accommodating day and boarding requirements for pupils from 2 to 18 years of age
  • Stepping Hill Hospital

    Stockport based district general hospital opened in 1905. Provides a wide range of in-patient and outpatient services to a local population of approx 350,000 people
  • Kings College Hospital

    Founded in 1840 and now serving an inner city population of 700,000 the high profile London hospital was granted Teaching Hospital status in 1948
  • Malvern Community Hospital

    24 bed new build facility opened in Autumn 2010 that generates its own renewable geothermal energy and is considered one of the greenest hospitals in the country
  • Rendcomb College

    An independent day and boarding school established in 1920 in Gloucestershire with 420 pupils aged 3 - 18 years old