WARRINGTON facilities management specialist The Westgrove Group has won its second airport contract this year.

The fast-growing company has been awarded the cleaning contract at Liverpool John Lennon Airport for the air traffic control building. The Peel-owned airport has broken through the five million passengers mark for the first time since 2007.

The contract win follows the company’s appointment as the cleaning and persons with reduced mobility provider for Doncaster Sheffield Airport.

The group has also recently won the contract to supply cleaning and security to St John’s Shopping Centre in Liverpool.

The Centre Park-based company, which this year celebrates its 20th year in business, has announced a new partnership with Alder Hey Children’s Charity.

Managing director Claire McKinley Smith said: “We are delighted to secure this contract at Liverpool John Lennon Airport. We have been building up our aviation strategy over the past 18 months as we saw it was a great fit with our existing specialised service provision, Synergy by Westgrove.

“This is our second aviation contact, in June we started the cleaning and PRM contract for Doncaster Sheffield Airport and it’s the start of another successful sector for the company.”

“We are proud of the work our Partners and Colleagues do throughout the year to help charities. We will be continuing this work and are delighted to announce that we will be working with Alder Hey Children’s Charity to help raise money for the hospital.”

The first Westgrove Group charity fundraising day will take place on August 18th with a UK wide sponsored walk.

The Westgrove Group is expanding rapidly across its core service areas of security, cleaning and customer service teams, increasing its market share in shopping centres and moving into new sectors.

The company is on track to grow its turnover to £40million by the end of 2021.