Rolyn Awarded Statewide Virginia Contract for Decontaminating Facilities Against COVID-19

May 11, 2020-Virginia, US


On May 1st, Rolyn was awarded contract number E194-85782; this is a Statewide contract that allows Virginia state and local government entities to utilize Rolyn’s Facility Disinfecting Services (COVID-19). The contract commences in May of 2020 and the period of the contract will be one year from date of award, with two optional one-year renewal periods. The purpose of this contract was to source a decontamination company that helps combat the spread of the Novel Coronavirus SARSCoV-2 pandemic in facilities occupied by Commonwealth of Virginia agencies, institutions of higher education, or other public bodies.  This solicitation was established and managed by the Commonwealth of Virginia, Department of General Services (DGS), Division of Purchases and Supplies (DPS).

“Rolyn is honored to have been awarded this contract,” said Vince Catania, Rolyn’s Chief Financial Officer.  “This award reflects the wide-ranging knowledge, experience, and capabilities of Rolyn in responding to biohazard, bacterial and viral outbreaks of all types, including the wide-ranging and relentless impacts of the novel coronavirus.”

With over 40 years of experience composed of combating other outbreaks such as MERS-CoV, Ebola, and H1N1, Rolyn is well suited to furnish all labor, supervision, equipment, tools, parts, and materials, as necessary, to clean and disinfect facilities in the Commonwealth of Virginia in accordance with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Centers of Disease Control (CDC),  Occupational Safety and Health Association (OSHA), and guidelines for protection against the Novel Coronavirus SARS-CoV-2.

 

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