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Forbo sparks new lease of energy into office environment

A creative combination of colourways from Forbo Flooring Systems’ Tessera Layout and Outline carpet tile ranges have been installed throughout the newly refurbished ENGIE offices in Rotherham, turning the two-storey space into a bright and re-energised workplace. Energy, services and ...

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LGBT+ in FM marches with Pride

On 6 July, more than 600 groups comprising of 30,000+ people joined forces, celebrating the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Intersex and Allies (LGBTQIA+) community for London’s Jubilee Pride parade. Marking the 50th year since the historic Stonewall Inn riots, London’s ...

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Norse Group inspires trust with new cleaning deal

Norse Group’s cleaning division has won a three-year contract with the Inspiration Trust. The contract, valued at £2.3 million, covers daily and periodic deep cleaning at the Trust’s 13 academies across Norfolk and North Suffolk. Under the contract terms, which ...

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CUBO Awards celebrate commercial excellence across UK Universities

At a glittering awards ceremony held last week, 10 CUBO (The College and University Business Officers) members were recognised and rewarded for the valuable contributions they have made in driving commercial excellence at universities across the UK. Held as part of CUBO’s ...

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Sodexo Q3: Organic growth “better than expected”

Sodexo has published its results for the first nine months of Fiscal 2019, reporting organic growth above expectations at 3.5%. On-site Services organic revenue grew +3.2% reflecting continued improvement in North America, at +1.8% for the period, resulting from a first ...

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Mitie commits to transitioning its fleet to electric by 2030

Mitie has signed up to EV100, a global initiative by international non-profit The Climate Group, which brings together companies committed to accelerating the transition to electric vehicles, to make electric transport the ‘new normal’ by 2030. The pledge aims to ...

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Johnson Controls expands AquaMist ULF low-pressure nozzle offerings

Three new ultra-low flow VdS-approved water mist nozzles help protect people and property against a wide range of fire risks Johnson Controls has broadened its AquaMist product line to include three ultra-low flow (ULF) VdS-approved fire suppression nozzles. Each nozzle ...

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New operational leadership at Motivair

The UK’s air compressor experts, Motivair are delighted to announce the appointment of Nigel Paton as Chief Operating Officer. Nigel has an extensive background in large scale service delivery and project execution, gained over the last 4 years as Operations ...

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Active Workplace wins refurb deal

Active Workplace Solutions has won a new contract with a multinational technology organisation in Marlow, Buckinghamshire.  The new contract, worth £950,000, will see the Reading-based company undertake an extensive fit-out of the 2,000 sq m office space, completing a full ...

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New interim CEO at Clugston Group

Clugston Group, the privately owned company, which has interests in construction, logistics, facilities management and property development, has announced the resignation of CEO, Bob Vickers. Having achieved a restructuring of the Group, overseen changes to the senior management team and ...

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