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Hydrating UK Students

FMs servicing educational establishments will be especially busy at this time of year, ensuring the safe provision of hydration for educational buildings including schools, universities and colleges. What should FMs be aware of to ensure they are providing the best ...

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BESA backs union’s calls for urgent action over ventilation in schools

The Building Engineering Services Association (BESA) has put its weight behind a call from six trade unions to take urgent action over ventilation in schools. In a letter to the Education Secretary, the unions have warned that there will be ...

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Inviron to provide M&E services to Imperial College London

Inviron has secured a 5 year deal with Imperial College London for the provision of M&E Services to the Universities Academic Campuses including the Life Science facilities at Burlington Danes and White City. Imperial College London was established in 1907 ...

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Willmott Dixon in £11m Passivhaus scheme with University of Oxford accommodation project

Willmott Dixon is to apply its extensive Passivhaus knowledge to a £11m project from University of Oxford’s St Peter’s College to deliver a student accommodation building. This follows its contract win with Spelthorne Borough Council to build a Passivhaus leisure ...

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Back to school

As pupils go back to school there are a number of safety measures schools need to implement to ensure the health and wellness of staff, students and school communities says Matthew Margetts, Director of Sales and Marketing at Smarter Technologies ...

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BESA says opening windows will not protect schools

As thousands of children return to the classroom in England next week, the debate about how best to minimise the risk of virus transmission including the need for better ventilation has been reignited. The Building Engineering Services Association (BESA), believes ...

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Educational initiative launched to support young people impacted by lost learning due to Covid-19

The Tobun Foundation has launched a new initiative to support 250,000 disadvantaged young people whose education has been impacted during the Covid-enforced lockdowns. The Covid-19 ‘Educational Support Programme’ will provide computer equipment, tuition, and mentoring, to enable those most affected ...

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Sodexo enrols in 15-year contract extension at Eton End School

Independents by Sodexo has extended its long-term catering services contract with Eton End Preparatory School for a further 15 years. Building on its partnership with the Datchet-based school, the contract extension will also see Sodexo invest in the complete refurbishment ...

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Sodexo introduces concierge service to support university students

As part of its Residential Living programme, Sodexo has launched its concierge service, Circles, at Northumbria University and Bath Court at Birmingham University. From this month students at the two Sodexo-managed university accommodation facilities will be able to access personal ...

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Eric Wright excels in the education sector

Eric Wright Professional Services has built its client portfolio in the education sector to 55 individually managed schools through its consultancy service offer in the last 12 months and has set out its ambition to grow by a further 20 ...

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