Salt Lake City –EnviroKleen LLC retained a coveted five-year contract with the University of Utah to clean and reset the Rice-Eccles Stadium and Huntsman Basketball Arena during and after games and events. These large venues are home to the Utes, a dominating NCAA team within the Pac-12, and were also the heart of the 2002 Olympic ceremonies and games held in Salt Lake City.
While large event or venue cleaning of this magnitude can seem like an overwhelming undertaking to others, EnviroKleen LLC has worked carefully over the years to streamline the process. In fact, EK has worked with the University of Utah athletics for over 15 years. Their experience helps them effectively perform full facility preparations and post-game and event cleanings within the bowl, towers, concourses, and team facilities at the 45,000+ seat stadium, and 15,000+ seat arena.
As the crowds of fans or event attendees leave these mass-assembly venues, dozens of EK’s trained specialists arrive and work through the night to turn over the facility for use by the next day. Using a proprietary and systematic cleaning process, they work through the stadium and arena seat-by-seat, row-by-row, suite-by-suite, doing the work efficiently and with great care.
“We are grateful to once again be chosen to provide our services to the University of Utah Athletics department, and are proud to be a part of the Utes support crew,” said Jorge L. Dennis, president of EnviroKleen LLC. “The Rice-Eccles Stadium and Tower and Huntsman Arena are among the most beautiful sporting venues in the country, and we are excited to be a part of providing the home teams, their guests and the over 60,000 fans who attend these events with clean and orderly setting from which to enjoy the experience. Go Utes!”