WINNIPEG, Sept. 7 /CNW/ - Winnipeg Airports Authority welcomes Hurley
Corporation (Hurley) as the new cleaning company servicing Winnipeg James
Armstrong Richardson International Airport beginning September 2007.
Through a competitive bid process, Hurley Corporation was selected for
Janitorial Services at the airport campus. Identifiable in their crisp
uniforms, Hurley incorporates technology to provide high levels of quality and
control with the use of innovative audit software recording all observations
and generating reports via hand held devices. Committed to the environment,
Hurley utilizes chemicals formulated to have a low impact on the environment.
They welcome customer feedback in assessing their performance and utilize the
eNitial electronic washroom cleaning task verification program to confirm
"Hurley Corporation shares our vision for superior customer service,"
said Barry Rempel, President & CEO, Winnipeg Airports Authority. "They are an
example of an innovative organization utilizing technology, committed to the
environment and ensuring customer expectations are measured and met."
"Being awarded WAA was a significant accomplishment, but more importantly
it was a true testament to the superior level of service and the competency of
our people," remarked J. Michael Horgan, Co-CEO of Hurley Corporation.
Hurley Corporation was founded in Toronto in 1956 and has a total service
team numbering over 4,000. Hurley services many facilities including
commercial, airport, retail, industrial, educational, owner occupied, health
care, and residential and specialty facilities. The Hurley management team has
acquired the business achievement as one of Canada's 50 Best Managed
Winnipeg Airports Authority is a non-share capital corporation
responsible for the management and operation of Winnipeg James Armstrong
Richardson International Airport and affiliate businesses. All surplus revenue
over expenses is reinvested by WAA back into the community, primarily through
airport development projects. WAA is self sufficient with taxpayers not
directly involved in financing airport site redevelopment which is being paid
through Airport Improvement Fees (AIF).
Winnipeg Airports Authority serves our region by providing value to our
customers and community. A source of pride for our community, we strive to be
a leader in its growth and development.
For further information:
For further information: Christine Alongi, Director, Communications and
Public Relations, Winnipeg Airports Authority Inc., 249-2000 Wellington
Avenue, Winnipeg, Manitoba, R3H 1C2, 24 Hour Media Line: (204) 992-2791,