‘Fish Gang’ tightening noose on BSC El Presidente

Patrick Lee-lo

Union like cartels are all alike, and the Building Services Contractors aka BSC is no different.

El Presidente Patrick Lee-Lo now has a wee problem on his hands, after abusing his members,  calling them out as “the fish-gang” and thinking they would go away so that he keeps control over  the $1.8 million BSC slush fund for more extravagant junkets.

But when there’s millions of dollars bobbing around in a little bank account it doesn’t take long for the sharks to smell blood.

The tip-line continues to provide a rich source of discontent from BSC members, as they find business tough going and see a share of $1.8 million as a potential life-line. 

So who’s up for a wind-fall if the “Fish-Gang” has their way and wind up the BSC? Let’s take a look at some of their members.

Entity name Total potential win-fall
1 Clean-Net…

$103,448.27

2 Compass Group…

$41,379.30

3 ISS Facility Services…

$124,137.90

4 Paramount Services

$62,068.95

5 Professional Property & Cleaning Services…

$41,379.30

6 Spotless Services (NZ) Ltd…

$496,551.60

7 ToTal Property Services…

$103,448.27

8 United Cleaning Services…

$41,379.30

Now if I was the GM of Spotless Services I’d be very interested in how to get my hands on nearly half a million dollars. Wouldn’t that be a nice addition to the bottom-line.


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