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Apprentices at ABM

Attracting talent is key to our growth plans says Richard Sykes, SVP and President of ABM UK and Ireland, and ABM’s engagement programme for young people plays a key part It was less than a decade ago when ABM didn’t ...

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Global E&C in Sullom Voe Terminal contract win

Engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) service provider, Global E&C has landed a multi-million-pound contract for the new stabilisation facility at Sullom Voe Terminal (SVT) in the Shetland Islands. Global E&C, a leading EPC contractor for major energy infrastructures offshore and ...

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New guide on differing carbon monoxide detector requirements across the UK is published

Following several regulatory changes across the different countries in the UK, the Heating and Hotwater Industry Council (HHIC) and the Council of Gas Detection and Environmental Monitoring (CoGDEM) have launched a guide on carbon monoxide (CO) detector requirements across the ...

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Edwin James Group focuses on multi-skilling with Academy lead appointment

The multi-disciplinary engineering services provider has appointed Geoff Bruce to head up the EJ Academy supporting learning and development (L&D) for the group. The newly created role is part of Edwin James Group’s strategic growth plan and will increase focus ...

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EBSSA unveils work to codify competences and standards for industry

The Engineering and Building Services Skills Authority (EBSSA) is inviting multiple installer disciplines to begin codifying standards and competences for the sector. This initiative is part of wider industry and government efforts to ‘raise the bar’ on individual competence within ...

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Strategic growth acquisition for Edwin James Group

The technology-led engineering services provider has acquired Automated Control Solutions Holdings Limited and its subsidiaries Automated Control Solutions Limited and ACS Electrical Engineering Limited, together trading as ACS, in a move which will expand the Group’s digitalisation offering, growing its ...

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CIBSE engages with climate leaders at COP28

CIBSE President Adrian Catchpole and CEO Ruth Carter represented the institution at COP28, bringing CIBSE’s world-leading expertise on embodied carbon to centre stage in a series of presentations and panel discussions in the prestigious Blue Zone of the event. The ...

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ABM launches sixth year of its Junior Engineering Engagement Programme

Facility services provider, ABM, is inviting the sixth cohort of students to take part in its Junior Engineering Engagement Programme (J.E.E.P.) ABM’s continued investment in creating a pipeline of technical talent comes as SVP and President of ABM UK and Ireland, ...

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CICES plans closer ties with CECA

The Chartered Institution of Civil Engineering Surveyors (CICES) has announced plans for closer ties with the UK’s representative body for companies that deliver, upgrade, and maintain the country’s infrastructure. A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) has been drafted with the Civil ...

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NG Bailey partnership to accelerate 5G adoption and usage

NG Bailey’s IT Services division has launched a new partnership with Infinigate, the EMEA value-add distributor specialising in cybersecurity, secure networks and secure cloud and Nokia, a B2B technology innovation leader to accelerate the adoption and usage of 5G technology ...

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