Celebrating ESCFederal Essential Workers

National Reach Local Touch ESCFederal Team

Last month, we celebrated the unsung heroes of the COVID-19 pandemic: janitors, day porters, housekeepers, and other facility maintenance crews who have been working on the frontlines of this global outbreak. This month, we want to celebrate the essential work of ESCFederal teams across the country. And, while our national reach spans coast-to-coast, we want… Read More

ESCFederal Featured in The Wall Street Journal

ESCFederal COVID-19 Services

We’re proud to share that ESCFederal’s COVID-19 disinfecting services were recently featured in The Wall Street Journal article, “At the Mall Under Coronavirus: A Few Customers and Throngs of Cleaners.” As the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact business operations across the country, leading janitorial services like ESCFederal are playing a critical role in protecting… Read More

A Message to Our Community About COVID-19

COVID-19 Message to Community

The heart of ESCFederal has always lied in the strength of our people, passion, and performance. As the news of Coronavirus (COVID-19) changes day-to-day, we know you have questions. We want to address concerns about our properties, our workplace, and the safety of our employees and clients. First and foremost, though, we want to express… Read More

ESCFederal Teams Stand Houston Strong, Prepare for Irma

We always say that people are the heart of our company, driving our passion, our performance, and our commitment to our clients. Never has this been more true than during Hurricane Harvey in Houston. Our team members in Houston truly went above and beyond the call of duty under the most dire of circumstances. Knowing… Read More

Norovirus – Disinfecting Alone is not Enough

Norovirus

The colder, winter months are peak season for influenza and norovirus, which is often mistaken for the stomach flu, leading to vicious bouts of cramping, nausea, vomiting and diarrhea. The CDC estimates that each year norovirus causes 19 to 21 million illnesses, 56,000 to 71,000 hospitalizations and 570 to 800 deaths. So, what does this… Read More