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Dinner date

Sebastian Gray, Director at energy management consultancy 2EA and incoming Chair of the Rumford Club explains the benefits for those working within the built environment and engineering services sector of joining the social dining and debate club For professionals working ...

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Are you looking for a social distancing solution for your lifts?

Avire is excited to be launching a new product with the goal of helping buildings promote and support social distancing within their lifts. Avire is a leading manufacturer of solutions for emergency communication, displays and smart technology for lifts. The ...

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RICS survey: pandemic raises questions across the office sector

As the Coronavirus crisis continues to take its toll across the globe, results from the Q2 2020 RICS UK Commercial Property Survey point to a further deterioration in conditions. In Q2, a net balance of -55 per cent of respondents ...

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UKGBC launches social value consultation

The UK Green Building Council (UKGBC) has launched a consultation to canvas views of property and construction professionals on a definition of social value for the built environment sector. The definition will help to set a standard of ambition for ...

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ISS obtains Gold Defence Employer Recognition status for a further five years

ISS has announced the renewal of its Corporate Covenant Defence Employer Recognition Scheme (ERS), which has been validated for a further five years as a Gold award holder. The Employer Recognition Scheme (ERS) acknowledges employers who have provided exceptional support to the armed forces ...

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Derwent enrols in university TFM deal

Derwent Facilities Management has secured a total facilities management (TFM) contract at Arts University Bournemouth (AUB). The five-year deal, worth over £8 million, covers the entire AUB campus comprising 19 buildings and grounds, including Madeira Road halls of residence which ...

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Hobart Service further strengthens leadership team and plans to enter new markets after lockdown challenges

Hobart Service UK has proudly announced that they have further strengthened their leadership team with the hiring of Adam Ponting as Sales Director. Ponting has 20 years’ experience in sales roles, and has experience of working with large European brands ...

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The contactless workplace: safety and wellbeing for staff, cleaners and contractors

The Concept Evolution range of facilities, workplace and workforce management solutions from FSI employ a ‘contactless first’ approach, ensuring the safety and wellbeing of employees, facilities staff, and contractors. Contractors can use their own devices for checking-in upon arrival at ...

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Tivoli commences trial of electric fleet

Specialist grounds maintenance provider, Tivoli has introduced a long-term modernisation programme for equipment and vehicles with a view to replacing them with electric or hybrid versions where possible, helping the company to achieve its goal of becoming carbon neutral in the ...

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Findings reveal many organisations view climate change as more pressing than coronavirus

Sustainability consultant, ETL, has consulted with public and private sector organisations and found that 63 per cent of those asked believe climate change is much more pressing than coronavirus. The findings also revealed that 75 per cent of respondents strongly ...

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