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Adler and Allan partners with VINCI Facilities on Future Defence Infrastructure contract

The environmental, energy and infrastructure maintenance services organisation has agreed a contract with VINCI Facilities to deliver services as part of the Defence Infrastructure Organisation’s (DIO) Future Defence Infrastructure (FDIS) contract in the South East. Under the contract terms, Adler ...

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ISS awarded IFS deal with global pharma company

ISS has secured a five-year deal to provide integrated facilities services (IFS) to a pharmaceutical company based in the United States with global reach. The services within that scope include facilities management, technical, workplace experience, catering, cleaning, and support services. ...

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Reconomy Group acquisition expands circular capabilities in Europe 

Global circular economy business, Reconomy Group, has acquired green tech development company, Combineering, a well-established and rapidly-growing provider of unique, science based recycling solutions with the aim of turning waste into an infinite resource. Based in Birkerød, Denmark, Combineering has ...

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Venture Security wins at Newbury Racecourse

Andover-based Venture Security has been awarded the security and stewarding contract for Newbury Racecourse following a competitive tender process. From April, Venture will be supplying all event stewarding, crowd management and hospitality security services for the racecourse, including for the ...

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Anabas retains UCB contract 

Following a competitive tender process, corporate office FM specialist Anabas has retained its contract with biopharmaceutical company, UCB. The new seven-figure deal is for a five-year term with the option to extend for a further two years. Under the contract ...

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Kingdom acquires national training provider

Kingdom Services Group has completed its purchase of Dutton Fisher Associates Ltd, a national provider of training and apprenticeship provision to the social housing sector. The company, along with Kingdom Training, has been rebranded as Kingdom Academy. Kingdom says it ...

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CBRE awarded hard FM university deal

CBRE has secured a five-year contract to deliver planned and reactive hard facilities management services for the University of Glasgow. The contract, which commences in April will see CBRE maintain the university’s 300+ building estate. According to the commercial real ...

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UK four-day week pilot is a resounding success

The results of the world’s biggest ever four-day working week pilot which took place in the UK have been revealed with almost every company that took part deciding to continue with a four-day week, with no loss of pay for ...

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Another acquisition for Edison Group

Scottish-based UK and internationally operating construction and property business Edison Group has acquired The Edinburgh Driveway Company Ltd, a 12 year-old Livingston-based business specialising in driveways, paving and landscaping, for an undisclosed sum. The Edinburgh Driveway Company, which operates throughout ...

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Mace wins professional services contracts for schemes across ABP

Mace has been appointed to several major Associated British Ports (ABP) projects, through ABP’s Group Professional Services Framework. Mace’s consultancy arm will provide a range of services, including project management, cost and commercial advisory, project support and site supervision for ...

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