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Transport for London awards contract to ABM UK

Transport for London (TfL) has today announced that it has awarded a five-year contract for the provision of cleaning and associated services to ABM UK – guaranteeing 2,800 people will receive the London Living Wage. The contract includes the cleaning of Tube stations ...

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A trio of contract renewals for Wellingborough Norse

Norse subsidiary Wellingborough Norse has had three of its major clients renew their cleaning contracts. British horse racing services provider Weatherbys Ltd, Southfields schools and Latimer Arts College have all renewed their cleaning agreements with Wellingborough Norse for a further two ...

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CCS Annual Report: Thousands of SMEs bidding successfully to become government suppliers

Crown Commercial Service (CCS) has announced a steady year of progress following the publishing of its Annual Report and Accounts for 2016/17. The report shows £12.4 billion of common goods and services are now being procured through CCS, whose aim is to ...

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Julius Rutherfoord awarded over £10 million in repeat business

London-based cleaning and soft FM services provider, Julius Rutherfoord & Co has announced it has secured over £10 million in repeat business over the next five years. The company puts its success down to its “award-winning teams”, which has seen ...

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NEC4 to play a key role in the construction industry digital revolution

NEC4, the next evolution of the NEC suite of contracts, is to play a key role in setting the 19th century ‘analogue’ built environment sector on the path to a critical digital “industrial revolution”, according to Dr David Hancock, Head ...

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The blueprint of future FM business models

Blog from Rob Legge, Group CEO, Servest With every passing decade, the FM landscape shifts noticeably in numerous directions. Back in the 1980s, facilities management was, in most cases an in-house function. Thirty years on and client requirements have exceeded the ...

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Procurement: Who does it better?

More consolidation, less resource, limited finances. Does this sound familiar? Julian Fris, Director, Neller Davies, discusses whether recent market changes have contributed to smaller margins and, in turn, more pressure on the profitability of outsourcing contracts. In the past 10 ...

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CCS launches PIN for new £12 billion FM framework

With the current Crown Commercial Service (CCS) framework for Facilities Management (RM1056) due to expire in July 2019, the CCS has issued a Prior Information Notice (PIN) for a new FM framework (RM3830) with a value of £12 billion, which will be tendered ...

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Strong operational focus leads to positive results for Wilson Vale

Wilson Vale’s audited accounts for year ending 31st December 2016 show that turnover has increased by 14.7 per cent, breaking the £25 million mark for the first time, with profit before tax rising to over £2 million. The independent caterer, ...

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TfL consolidates 50 FM contracts into six

Transport for London (TfL) has consolidated 50 contracts into six and has announced its intention to award five of the six new contracts to manage TfL facilities, delivering savings of £34 million. The move is part of TfL’s wider approach to ...

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