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Imtech acquires SPIE UK for £43m

Imtech, a leading UK technical services engineering group jointly owned by EDF and Dalkia, has signed an agreement for the acquisition of SPIE UK. The group delivers engineering services and decarbonisation solutions for clients in a broad range of sectors ...

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Edwin James Group reports strong results

Despite the continued disruption of the pandemic, the engineering services group is reporting a six per cent increase in revenue to £144 million and a two per cent improvement in EBITDA margin for the year ending February 2022. Edwin James ...

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SPIE UK in Altrad Babcock win

SPIE UK has been appointed by Altrad Babcock, a specialist in the delivery of engineering, aftermarket, and upgrade services to the energy industry to supply mechanical and HVAC services to three buildings located in Renfrew, Renfrewshire. SPIE UK will be ...

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Sodexo extends FM partnership with Northumbria University

Sodexo has extended its facilities management contract with Northumbria University for a further two years, and will continue to manage the Trinity Square and City Campus student accommodation. Sodexo was appointed FM partner to Trinity Square in 2014, with the ...

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ISS extends its stay in Edinburgh

ISS UK and Ireland has retained its facilities management contract with Edinburgh College, on an initial five-year basis, with the option of a possible further two-year extension. ISS has worked with Edinburgh College since 2014, and previously with two of ...

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Town & Country Housing and Fortem join forces to create repairs service JV 

Town & Country Housing and specialist property services company Fortem have created an innovative joint venture (JV) company to deliver a repairs service to 8,600 homes across Kent and Sussex. The JV company, called TCH Repairs Ltd., is responsible for ...

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Q3 launches domestic waste clearance service

Q3 Services has expanded its scope by launching Simply Cleared, a new business providing waste clearance services to the general public. Whilst Q3 is already well established as a commercial waste management service provider, it says the launch of Simply Cleared ...

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Serco extends MoD deal at RAF Flyingdales

Serco has been awarded a three-year contract extension by the UK Ministry of Defence (MoD) to continue to provide operations and maintenance support to the Solid State Phased Array Radar (SSPAR), part of the UK/US Ballistic Missile Early Warning System located ...

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Acquisition sees Apleona boost its presence in Ireland

Apleona has signed an agreement to acquire Acacia Facilities Holdings Limited and its subsidiary Acacia Facilities Management Limited. Headquartered in Dublin, Acacia is one of the two largest owner-managed integrated facility management providers in Ireland. They have approximately 230 employees ...

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Field service tech company doubles down on growth

Field-service management software company, BigChange, has signed over 80 new customers and contracts worth more than £6.5 million between July and September 2022. The value of new contracts signed over the summer was more than double the same period of ...

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