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P&R Enterprises, Inc. was founded in 1968 and is headquartered just outside Washington, D.C. in Falls Church, Virginia. P&R is a Mid-Atlantic based building services contractor. In addition to being a minority certified contractor, P&R continues to be a pioneer in the implementation of Green Certified Cleaning processes and LEED standards.

P&R Enterprises, Inc. is a full service contract cleaning firm specializing in servicing Fortune 500 owner occupied facilities, institutional facilities, and facilities managed by the leading property management firms who serve quality conscious clients. Our core capabilities and industry experience includes:


  • High Performance Contract Cleaning
  • LEED Consultation / Green Cleaning
  • Light Duty Maintenance
  • Carpet Cleaning
  • Power Washing
  • Garage Cleaning
  • Loading Dock Attendants
  • Concierge Service


  • Class “A” Facilities
  • Federal Facilities
  • High Security Facilities
  • Airports
  • Courthouses
  • Universities / Campus Style Complexes
  • Auditoriums / Performance Centers


Year Founded: 1968

Customer Facility Profiles: 25K sq. ft. to 4 million sq. ft. | 102 Acres

NAICS: 561720 - Janitorial Services


PSC Code: S201 - Housekeeping - Custodial Janitorial

CIMS CERTIFICATION: 2010, 2012, 2014

GS-42 CERTIFICATION: 2009, 2014

Certified Minority Supplier: Capital Region Minority Supplier Council | Houston Minority Development Council

National Compliance Management Service Alcohol and Drug Certified



Now for the third time, P&R has been awarded the CIMS with Honors and CIMS-GB with Honors certifications from ISSA, P&R has also re-certified our Green Seal GS-42 certification, with all three re-certifications achieved in 2014. We are one of a very few companies to possess each of these major industry certifications.

P&R regularly provides LEED consultative support to our clients and regularly supports reporting for LEED credits.

P&R has provided LEED Certification reporting and custodial services to over 50 LEED certified properties including the PEPCO/Edison building which was the first LEED EB O&M Gold certified property in 2009



P&R leverages technology to deliver efficiency and unique quality advantages to our clients. P&R’s proprietary “Secure-Path” technology precisely maps the most time, energy, and materials efficient routes for cleaning any building. This technology is used extensively by P&R to develop and refine cleaning and personnel schedules, sustainable acquisition plans for materials, and daily work procedures for maximum efficiency.

Our system is used to achieve many objectives for our clients, including; carbon footprint reduction, improved and more efficient working conditions and employee morale. Our clients enjoy the satisfaction of knowing that cleaning and maintenance staff are working in a more collaborative and professional manner while engaging in an approach more in line with today’s lean initiatives. As a result, our “engineered” cleaning process, which is unique for every facility, is much more stable, consistent, and predictable; and delivers higher levels of quality and consistency that can be measured.

P&R also supports our clients with custom reporting and contract management portals that provide convenient access to their facilities cleaning schedules, personnel assignments, inspection reports, and plans.





Carroll Square Wins AOBA's Grand TOBY Award

P&R Enterprises is proud of its long partnership with Akridge and privileged to provide its services to Carrol Square.

Since 1992, P&R has been the custodial servicing company for over twelve TOBY awarded properties and participated in another dozen competitions. These awards covered the field of institutionally owned and fee managed properties for many of the most prestigious buildings in Washington DC.


2013-2014: Carroll Square- 975 F St NW

2012-2013: Waterview- 1999 Lynn St, Rosslyn, VA

2005-2006: 1201 Eye Street, NW, Washington, DC

2004-2005: One Monument Place, Fairfax, VA

2001-2002: 2121 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Washington, DC – IFC Headquarters

1998-1999: 1530 Wilson Boulevard, Arlington, VA

1998-1999: 2020 K Street, NW, Washington, DC

1996–1997: 1090 Vermont Avenue, NW, Washington, DC

1995–1996: 1101 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Washington, DC - The Evening Star Building

*This prestigious award symbolizes excellence in the property management industry. We are proud to have partnered with these management companies and to have contributed to their winning reputations.


P&R currently operates predominantly in the Mid-Atlantic region of the United States, and offers the capability to meet contract requirements that are national in scope. A summary listing of P&R clients includes:

Institutional / Owner Occupied / Commercial



As a mature, well established business in the Mid-Atlantic region of the United States, P&R takes great pride in our ability to support the communities in which we operate. Over the past 48 years, P&R has provided significant support for charities, community organizations, and numerous fund raising initiatives.

Recent community and charitable support activities on the part of P&R includes, but is not limited to: Special Olympics, Trust for the National Mall, Poor Roberts Charity, Help the Homeless, Mary’s Center, the AOBA Scholarship (Prince Georges County), and N Street Village among others.

Click here to learn more about how P&R helped N Street Village convert a 150,000 sf facility to provide housing and a continuum of services, including training and health services for women in recovery



P&R Enterprises, Inc.
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Falls Church, VA 22041

Phone: 703.931.1000
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N STREET VILLAGE - a community of empowerment and recovery for women

N Street Village was founded in 1972 by members of Luther Place Memorial Church who saw a need to provide services for the growing homeless population in Washington, D.C.

P&R’s founder was a major participant orchestrating the development of the current 150,000 sq. ft. facility to provide a continuum of services for women in recovery, critical training, health services, and to house families.

N Street Village is a community of empowerment and recovery for homeless and low-income women in Washington, D. C. With comprehensive services addressing both emergency and long-term needs, they help women achieve stability and make meaningful gains in their housing, income, employment, mental health, physical heath, and addiction recovery.

Their excellence has been widely recognized. They are winners of the Washington Post Excellence in Nonprofit Management Award – the first organization ever awarded on its first application, the National Alliance for the Mentally III Heroes in the Fight Award, and the Center for Nonprofit Advancement Board Leadership Award. In recent years, N Street Village has attracted interest from national and international dignitaries, and has provided tours of its programs to the Dalai Lama, the Secretary of HUD, SAMHSA, officials from the Government of Kenya, White House officials, and the Partnership for Public Service.

P&R and each of its managing partners have provided significant support over the last twenty years as an indication of our commitment to the welfare of the Washington DC community.

Additionally P&R has provided support to numerous other charitable organizations including, Run for the Cure, Kidney Foundation, Breath for Life, Help the Homeless, Mary’s Center, AOBA Scholarship (P.G. County), Special Olympics, Trust for the National Mall, and Poor Roberts Charity.


Healthy Cleaning In Commercial Offices

Once tenants, building and facilities managers come around to the benefits of cleaning for health, they should rely on the custodial contractor to serve as trusted resources for information on best practices. The public should question whether the custodial contractor has third-party certification through a program such as the ISSA CIMS to achieve expert status in providing healthy cleaning. CIMS educates contractors to constantly seek new products, methods and procedure rather than simply using out of date cleaning system and procedures. CIMS is proactive in educating the custodial staff and their customers on the reasons certain products keep illness-causing germs at bay.

One of the key elements in providing healthy cleaning is the adoption of using color coded microfiber cloths and mops that capture dirt rather than moving it around. The most important element is training the custodial staff in the proper use of color-coded microfiber and cleaning chemical products to prevent the cross contamination of germs from within restrooms from restrooms urinals and commodes and floors to surfaces such as sinks and towel dispensers. Additionally the color coding of microfiber cloths insures that the custodial is guided in preventing the spread of restroom biohazard illnesses to an area such as kitchenettes and copy rooms. In addition to the health benefits of microfiber, custodians should educate their clients about the need to deploy high-particulate filtration vacuums. HEPA vacuums can be used on everything from floors and vents to blinds and light fixtures to more effectively reduce dust and allergens.

All buildings and public areas in addition to restrooms have a number of frequently touched objects that need regular cleaning. The worst areas in an office are doorknobs, light switches, handrails, drinking fountains, copy machines, elevator and ATM buttons, telephones, desks and tabletops, break-room appliances and restroom fixtures. One way that infection diseases spread is when an infected person touches a surface and then a healthy person touches the same thing, picking up the virus. The custodial operational plan should have a program that focuses the cleaning programs on treating the “high touch” areas which when combined with the deployment of color coded microfibers provides the best opportunity to reduce cross contamination.

Whether custodians are cleaning an office, restroom or kitchenette, the healthiest strategy is to work from the cleanest area to the most soiled. Cleaning staff should also be trained to remove dirt, not just move it around.

"This is not rocket science. Its simple things like not cleaning a toilet and then using the same cloth to wipe down a desk," industry experts advise. "Unfortunately, the reality is things like this happen and they shouldn't."