Our company’s president, Lawrence D. Green BASP, began his career with roles as a chemical consultant and two positions within 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, before 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.
Clean & Polish Blog
Everyone looks forward to when the snow melts and the rain showers arrive that herald the start of spring. However, where’s there’s excess water, there’s mold, and your building’s windows are no exception.
Go to any city or urban area across the country and you’ll likely spot countless pigeons. According to The Humane Society of the United States, pigeons are attracted to built up areas because the rooftops and window ledges make ideal spots to build a nest. And that’s not to mention the abundance of free food that they can scavenge for on the ground below. Without any real predators to keep their numbers in check, the pigeon population has been able to swell to massive numbers.