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The right path

Andrew Hulbert Founding Director of facilities services provider, Pareto FM hails the rise and rise of defined FM Training Pathways “What changes have you experienced in the Facilities Management (FM) sector in the last 10 years and what do you ...

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BaxterStorey appoints new regional MD

Hospitality specialist, BaxterStorey, has appointed Mack Allan as Regional Managing Director for the South West and Wales as it seeks to strengthen its presence in the growing region. BaxterStorey already has a significant Client base in the area, including Burgess ...

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Cloudfm wins £30m deal with The Range

Cloudfm has been appointed to manage planned and reactive maintenance by home, garden and leisure retailer, The Range. The contract, worth £30 million, will see Cloudfm use its ‘Freedom’ management systems to optimise PPM and compliance activity, as well as provide ...

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Smelly washrooms cost contracts

There are many barriers to effectively keeping washrooms clean and fresh-smelling. No matter how regular the cleaning schedule, airborne bacteria quickly builds up in enclosed spaces and the resulting growth can cause stubborn smells that are extremely difficult to eliminate. ...

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Andrew Hulbert wins Great British Entrepreneur Award

For the first time, the facilities management sector has been recognised at the Great British Entrepreneur Awards. Last night (28 November), Andrew Hulbert, Managing Director of Pareto FM, was awarded the service industry’s Entrepreneur of the Year accolade. Now in its ...

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UKGBC launches task group on net zero carbon buildings

The UK Green Building Council (UKGBC) has launched a new task group which will develop an industry-led definition for net zero carbon buildings. The task group will bring together over 30 experts from across the building value chain and is ...

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Crown Worldwide acquires workplace services business

Crown Worldwide has acquired Premier Workplace Services as the group underlines its commitment to the workspace sector. The acquisition is a catalyst for Crown’s continued expansion in the workplace services arena and is one of the business’ most significant in its ...

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Graysons awarded £7.5m Wakehurst catering deal

Independent catering business, Graysons, has landed a five-year deal, worth in excess of £7.5 million at Wakehurst, run by Royal Botanical Gardens Kew. The contract will see Graysons manage and deliver day visitor catering in Wakehurst’s Seed Cafe, Stables restaurant ...

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ENGIE helping to improve air quality in West Yorkshire through its EV charging network

ENGIE has been appointed by West Yorkshire Combined Authority to provide a new network of at least 88 rapid electric vehicle charging points across the region. The new initiative will help improve air quality in West Yorkshire and also aims ...

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A bug’s life

Jamie Woodhall, Technical Field Consultant at Initial Washroom Hygiene explains why poor hygiene habits in the workplace lead directly to illness and sick leave Even though we may not make a habit of it, many of us will commit the odd ...

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