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CIBSE appoints new president

Fiona Cousins has been appointed as the new President of the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE). Cousins, who holds several senior roles at Arup, brings extensive experience and a deep commitment to advancing sustainability and broadening the focus ...

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Scholarship launched to give next generation of workplace and facilities managers a ‘head start’

A Scholarship backed by one of workplace and facilities management’s highest profile practitioners, who has been diagnosed with a terminal cancer, has been established. The Deborah Rowland Scholarship, created in collaboration with Institute of Workplace and Facilities Management (IWFM), intends ...

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EJ Peak Technology Solutions secures new framework with Yorkshire Water

EJ Peak Technology Solutions, part of the Edwin James Group, has been appointed to Yorkshire Water’s multi-million-pound Motor Control Centres and Systems Integration framework. The contract, which was awarded following a competitive tender, will run for an initial period of ...

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Grazing wins catering deal at Workspace’s first Eventspace

The delivered-in office and venue catering specialist has won a three-year contract with Workspace’s first conference centre and event space in the City of London. Flexible space provider, Workspace, has more than 60 locations across the capital, including its latest ...

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‘Our clients are very pleased with the water and energy savings we have achieved for them’

Is what we hear on a regular basis from the companies we work with. Waterblade makes a perfect additional service you can provide for your client, especially if you are responsible for their washrooms. Often that means you are a ...

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Amey extends Network Rail relationship

Amey has secured two critical lots on the Eastern Routes Partnership Framework. Amey will deliver renewals and enhancements across Network Rail’s Eastern region and play a pivotal role in maintaining and enhancing signalling and telecoms equipment (Lot 2a) to ensure safe ...

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First cohort of learners enrol on Mitie’s Cleaning Hygiene Level 2 apprenticeship

Twenty learners have enrolled on Mitie’s new Cleaning Hygiene Operative Level 2 apprenticeship programme. The Cleaning Hygiene Operative apprenticeship offers specialised training and development opportunities for colleagues in the early stages of their careers in the commercial cleaning sector. This ...

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Unlocking the future of building security

FMJ looks at the reasons for the growing use of electronic key management systems across a range of sectors There has been a rise in popularity of electronic key management systems, in place of the traditional manual key and lock ...

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ELFT Estates and Facilities takes Team of the Year title

The East London NHS Foundation Trust’s Estates, Facilities and Capital Development Team has been crowned Estates & Facilities Team of the Year at the annual Design in Mental Health (DIMH) Awards. The team, which is responsible for the management, maintenance ...

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CIWM sets out 10 ‘policy asks’ for next UK government

Ahead of the general election, the Chartered Institution of Wastes Management (CIWM) has reviewed Defra’s ‘Resources and Waste Strategy for England’ to determine its ongoing relevance, and to identify any policy gaps where it fails to support the UK’s future ...

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