DEVELOPS PARTNERSHIP WITH FUTURENET SECURITY SOLUTIONS, LLC
Troy, August 15, 2013: Fretto Industrial Cleaning, LLC, a New York State certified WBE, today announced they have been awarded a maintenance contract with FutureNet Security Solutions, LLC to perform commercial pressure washing services at Fort Drum, U.S. Military Academy at West Point and The Watervliet Arsenal.
The Company was selected as the exclusive service provider to perform commercial pressure washing services at the three New York State Army Installations. The scope of work includes pressure washing guard booths, gate houses, visitor’s centers and equipment buildings to clean the overall structure via industry acceptable, environmentally safe methods.
“We are excited to be a part of this State-wide initiative and to provide services to a Federal agency. Developing strong relationships with companies like FutureNet Security Solutions and working on federal and local government projects is a core element of our business strategy which utilizes our NYS-WBE certification,” Fretto noted. Fretto Industrial Cleaning recently won a separate project with the New York State Police Troop G Headquarters as well.
Fretto Industrial Cleaning, LLC is a certified New York State Woman-Owned Business (NYS-WBE) providing 100% Green commercial and industrial cleaning solutions that include pressure washing, graffiti removal, sanitation services, fleet truck washing, heavy equipment degreasing, post construction clean-up, carpet cleaning and window washing. Fretto Industrial Cleaning, LLC is located in Troy, New York and provides services to many large, local companies in the Capital District and also serves businesses in Vermont and Massachusetts.
The Company is funded by the Albany-Colonie Regional Chamber of Commerce and the Community Loan Fund of the Capital Region. They are a member of the Rensselaer County Regional Chamber of Commerce and participate in New York State MWBE Conferences, New York State DOT Summits and other events to procure contracts with government agencies and prime contractors looking to meet the State’s MWBE project goals.
If you would like more information about this topic, or would like to schedule an interview with Miki Fretto, please call (518) 466-6244 or email [email protected]