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Compliance: Designing for hazardous environments

Paul Mannion, Project Engineer at engineering solutions provider Boulting, explains the considerations that should be made when designing for builds in hazardous environments. The Dangerous Substances and Explosive Atmosphere Regulations 2002 (DSEAR), defines a hazardous area as “any place in ...

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AUDE announces new chair

The Association of University Directors of Estates (AUDE) has announced the appointment of Craig Nowell as its 2019/20 Chair. Nowell, is the immediate past Chair of AUDE in Wales having served for five years between 2012 – 2017, and is ...

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25 year old Rubb Shelter is brought back to life for Barrier Fire Protection

Rubb Buildings Ltd have a long-standing working relationship with local North East company Barrier Group. Their latest request was for Rubb to support them with a new bespoke oil and gas project for their Fire Protection division. Barrier Fire Protection ...

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Wellington Place’s multi-million pound impact on Yorkshire

Transformed from a low-grade retail park to a multi-million-pound commercial property development, Wellington Place is now one of the most successful City Centre regeneration projects in the UK and has to date contributed a total economic value (GVA) of £200 ...

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Sodexo pledges one million meals for Notre-Dame reconstruction

Following the catastrophic fire that ravaged France’s 850-year-old Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris on Monday, Sodexo has pledged to offer one million meals to the artisans, vocational trade workers and associations that will support the reconstruction of this emblematic symbol of ...

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Save your energy

Increased volatility within the short-term and long-term energy markets can affect UK prices. Joe Warren, Co-Founder and Director, ZTP offers advice to facilities decision-makers on how digitisation could help them manage energy, maximising savings on their energy use and costs ...

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Amey secures new deal with United Utilities

Public services provider Amey has been appointed by United Utilities to look after its South region wastewater network. The six-year contract, which commenced on 1 April 2019, has been awarded for maintenance on the network, with key objectives to improve ...

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Makita makes a science of vacuum cleaning

New 18V LXT Backpack Vacuum 12VMax CXT Stick Vac Bigger range, wider choice Makita, Britain’s no. 1 professional power tool manufacturer, has added a new twin 18v (36v) Brushless Backpack LXT Vacuum Cleaner, and another super-useful capsule-type 12Vmax CXT Vacuum Cleaner ...

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Heightsafe Systems announce partnership with Fallprotec

Heightsafe are delighted to announce a partnership with innovative European Work at Height specialists, Fallprotec. Craig Diable, Estimating Director at Heightsafe commented on the partnership: “As a company we have long been admirers of quality engineered safety systems, and are ...

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Andron FM awarded 3-year extension with CSCB

Following a competitive tender process, social enterprise and development trust, Coin Street Community Builders (CSCB), has extended its contract with Andron FM for a further three years. Situated on London’s South Bank, the Coin Street Estate consists of a thriving ...

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