Our Principals

Scott Gould, CEO

Scott Gould, CEO

Mr. Gould is the founder and CEO of Clean & Polish. Working with his management team, Mr. Gould oversees the daily operations of the company. He meets with the Sales and Marketing team members to discuss our overall marketing approach, sales goals and results. He schedules all services, usually 2 weeks in advance, by contacting the appropriate job site personnel. When customers call with urgent requests, he consults with our Director of Operations as to the availability of team members, and always finds a way to satisfy our customers' needs. He communicates with the Director of Operations throughout the day for job status updates and all related operational issues. He regularly consults with structural engineering firms to assist building owners with Rooftop Anchorage Systems in relationship to OSHA and ANSI compliance. Mr. Gould served on the Board of Directors with the International Window Cleaning Association (IWCA), as well as the Safety Committee for the International Window Cleaning Association. Mr. Gould has a BS in International Affairs from the University of South Florida, and a graduate degree in International Economics from American University.


Lawrence D. Green BASP, President

Lawrence D. Green BASP, President

Clean & Polish President Lawrence D. Green is an industry expert in safety compliance.

Our company's president, Lawrence D. Green BASP, began his career with roles as a chemical consultant and VP & GM with Rodney Square Engineering. He departed in 1993 to found his own organization, Certified Building Services. In 2002, Green merged his organization with our company, Clean and Polish, therefore becoming our president. As President, Mr. Green directs all aspects of our safety and risk management initiatives. He routinely consults with leading architects and engineering firms on building safety plans.

An industry expert in safety compliance

Green has dedicated much of his career to the issue of the safety compliance within the field of high rise building maintenance and restoration.

  • His experience in this field dates back 30 years, and he has subsequently become an expert on the subject of effective safety protocols within the industry. Much of Green's knowledge in this area can be attributed to his involvement with the International Window Cleaning Association: He served as both an Executive Committee Member and Board Member for 11 years and the organization's President from 2009-2010.
  • Green consolidated his expertise in this area by attending every ANSI I 14.1 Safety Standard Committee Meeting since 2002, and assisting in a number of national IWCA or Vendor-Sponsored Safety Training Seminars.
  • During his tenure at the IWCA, Green developed a series of Regional Safety Training Seminars that now routinely take place throughout the United States. The regional seminars continue to run today and involve day-long training programs relating to both the OSHA and the ANSI I 14.1 Safety Standards, to others in the Building Maintenance Industry.
  • Green was also instrumental in the development of the "Certified Building Maintenance Executive Program" (CBMSE). The initiative was designed to recognize the achievements and education accomplishments of executives in the building maintenance industry. The CBMSE program underwent changes in recent years, becoming the "Building Access Safety Professional Program" (BASP).
  • Alongside the BASP designation, Green holds Certificates of Professional Standing from the IWCA, SIAA and has been acknowledged in taking not only the OSHA 10 course program twice, but also the OSHA 511, 501 & Competent Person Fall Protection Training Courses. He is also recognized as an “OSHA Authorized General Industry Trainer.”

Awards & Acknowledgements

  • For his role in the development of the IWCA Regional Safety Training Seminar program, Green was awarded the "Ettore Award," which is the industry's highest honor.
  • Member of the Board of Trustees, National Multiple Sclerosis Society (MS). Believed to be the longest standing member in the country in this position. Recipient of the “Hope Award”, MS's highest honor that can be bestowed on someone.
  • A number of Green's esteemed colleagues in the field of business maintenance have long recognized Green's achievements in terms of safety compliance protocols within the industry.

I have known Larry Green in a professional capacity for over 30 years. I have long been impressed with his expertise in the field of safety compliance across our industry. His notable achievements in this area include testifying at OSHA safety hearings and working through OSHA concerns to keep a clean record for his company.

—Green's long-time business associate and personal friend, Dr. Nigel Ellis, one of the country's leading experts on fall protection, speaks highly of Mr. Green's many achievements.

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