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KoolDuct offers mature solution for award-winning cheesemaker

The Kingspan KoolDuct System has provided a space-saving ductwork solution at Lancashire-based cheesemaker, Dewlay Cheese, helping to supply cool air to three new cheese presses. The Dewlay cheesemaking dairy has been producing high quality cheeses in the village of Garstang ...

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Allerdale Council brings waste services in-house

Allerdale Waste Services Limited (AWSL) is now providing household waste and recycling collections and trade waste services across the Allerdale borough, after the Council’s Executive decided in September 2019 to bring the service in-house. AWSL is a company wholly-owned by ...

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Design for the times

Workplace pressures increasingly require a new approach to office design. Angela Love, Director at Active Workplace Solutions, discusses what the changing times mean for the world of workplace design and build The quest for workplace talent rages on. Decision-makers are ...

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Customer expectations are playing a key role in corporate FM development

AMA Research’s latest ‘Facilities Management Outsourcing – Corporate Sector Market Report’ has revealed in 2019, the corporate sector accounted for 61 per cent of overall FM market value, having risen from 58 per cent in 2015. According to the report ...

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VINCI on the frontline in support of the NHS

VINCI Construction UK, a major provider of FM and construction services to the healthcare sector has teams of employees working in eleven healthcare sites across the North West, Midlands and the South East and is working with the same number ...

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Compass signs C-19 Business Pledge

Compass Group UK & Ireland has joined businesses from across the UK in an initiative to help Britain and its most vulnerable citizens to pull through the coronavirus pandemic. Former Cabinet minister, Rt Hon Justine Greening, has launched the C-19 ...

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Businesses advised to prepare for a rise in mental health problems

The Building Engineering Services Association (BESA) is advising employers to prepare for a likely surge in mental health problems during the current lockdown. In a recent poll carried out by the Association, 41 per cent of respondents said their mental ...

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Sto products help restore Spanish city to its former glory

A century-old landmark building in the north east has undergone extensive refurbishment using a portfolio of products provided by Sto. The Spanish City building in Whitley Bay has benefitted from the use of Sto’s external wall insulation, finishing render and ...

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FSI Proud to be working with our FM clients supporting the NHS in the fight against Covid-19

FSI are very proud to be supporting our clients who have been given the heavy responsibility of managing the facilities, services and associated maintenance of the major field hospitals swiftly being constructed up and down the country, in the fight ...

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5 tips for communicating with field service staff during crisis

One of the most difficult aspects in dealing with the COVID-19 crisis is communicating with those affected. At this time, field service businesses are engaging in difficult conversations with office staff and field staff. Whether your business is deemed an ...

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