Articles – A&J Pressure Cleaning Brisbane in the news
A&J Pressure Cleaning Brisbane won the 2017 Rotary New Farm’s Pride of Workmanship award. The following article was published in the Village News magazine.
Adam Anderson, owner of A&J Pressure Cleaning and last year’s winner of Rotary New Farm’s Pride of Workmanship award, says the award reinvigorated his vocation.
“I was honoured – I never would have thought that anyone would nominate me for an award like that,” he said.
“It gives me a further sense of pride knowing that people actually appreciate the work that I’m doing.” Mr Anderson (pictured) began working in the cleaning business in China and after living overseas for over 20 years, he moved back to Brisbane to start his own business. “I always try to do the best that I can and just knowing that other people appreciate the job really helps,” he said.
Anderson manages all the jobs himself to make sure it is of the best standard possible no matter how large the task. “I like to keep the work at a level where I can manage it myself, so I know the work good quality. I enjoy the challenges of every job which aren’t all the same.”
He didn’t like to take all credit for the award though, and quickly passed on some of the recognition to his family. “I’ve got to give credit to my family, I couldn’t do it without the help of my wife Jenny, and my family,” he said. “My wife was overseas when I told her about the award, and she came back especially because she didn’t want to miss the awards night.”
The Pride of Workmanship Awards is an annual event held by Rotary New Farm to celebrate workers who go those extra yards with their work. Anderson was one of four winners of the award on the evening, alongside Henry MacPhillamy, Lewis Savage and James Christoforu.
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