December 20, 2021
Press release

Building Services Contractor Bee Clean Deploys BrainOS®-Powered Tennant Robotic Scrubbers at Canadian Polytechnical Institute

Floor care
Brain Corp
Brain Corp

Brain Corp announced that, through one of Canada’s leading building services contractors Bee Clean, it has deployed autonomous mobile cleaning robots manufactured by Tennant Company, at the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (SAIT) in Calgary, Alberta, with plans for further expansion coming soon.

Property management group BGIS, a current client of Bee Clean, has deployed the BrainOS®-powered autonomous mobile robots at SAIT to conduct thorough cleaning of 58,000 square feet daily on the main campus. Bee Clean was first introduced to the robots by Tennant Company, and after evaluating several options for autonomous school cleaning services, Bee Clean selected the Tennant T7AMR powered by BrainOS®.

“We are thrilled with the results of the autonomous cleaning robot from Brain Corp,” said Kevin Gillis, Regional Vice President of Bee Clean. “It gives us a consistent clean, and frees up our janitorial team to focus on other high-value tasks.”

“The specific robot we’re using is the T7AMR Robotic Floor Scrubber. After each shift of cleaning, the robot provides a proof of clean report, a feature that is unique to Brain Corp and Tennant,” said Randy Pollock, Director of Procurement of Bee Clean. “This gives us great confidence in recommending the BrainOS®-powered Tennant robots to our customers here in Canada.”

Brian Hughes, VP of Sales at Brain Corp, added, “We’re proud to offer the best cleaning solutions on the market and to partner with leading building services contractors like Bee Clean. Together, we can provide superior offerings to customers like BGIS and their partners around the world.”

“We’re thrilled with the performance of the T7AMR at the SAIT campus,” said Dennis Collins, Senior Product Manager at Tennant Company. “We manufactured the T7AMR to offer an incredibly high standard of clean that is perfectly suited for high-trafficked places like educational institutions.”

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