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NG Bailey’s Freedom acquires HV Services division of Fundamentals Ltd

Freedom, an NG Bailey Group company, has completed the acquisition of the HV Services division of Fundamentals Limited, which will join the Freedom Networks business unit. The acquisition will enable Freedom to extend its range of services in the electricity ...

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Specialist Engineering Contractors’ Group to close

After nearly 30 years of actively supporting and promoting the interests of specialist engineering in the construction industry the Specialist Engineering Contractors’ (SEC) Group has announced it will come to a close early in 2021. The SEC Group currently represents ...

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Engineering sector reports increase in mental health awareness

The vast majority of large electrotechnical and engineering services businesses now train staff as Mental Health First Aiders, according to a survey commissioned by engineering services trade body ECA. Twenty four of the largest ECA Members, with a combined turnover of ...

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Buro Happold hires asset consulting director

Buro Happold has appointed David Green as a Director in a newly created Asset Consulting role. With the retrofit and modernisation of existing assets becoming ever more prominent in the built environment, the appointment is part of the global design ...

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Sodexo launches apprenticeship programme to find future engineers

Sodexo has launched a technical apprenticeship programme to attract new engineering talent and develop a pool of skilled engineers and future managers. The first intake of programme recruits will be enrolled onto a formal three-year maintenance and operations engineering technician ...

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HDR | Hurley Palmer Flatt appointed to new £95m Professional Services Framework

Independent multidisciplinary engineering consultancy, Hurley Palmer Flatt, has been appointed as one of 50 consultants on a major new professional services framework in Edinburgh, Scotland. The programme intends to rejuvenate the city of Edinburgh with the delivery of new state-of-the-art ...

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Hydro-X launches new offices across the UK

It has been a year of great uncertainties for businesses, and Hydro-X Group has been no exception. However, amid a global pandemic which is defining a ‘new normal’, shrinking businesses and forcing some SMEs out, Hydro-X Group has continued to ...

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CIBSE launches Covid-19 achievement award

A new award recognising the work undertaken by building services professionals and the wider supply chain to combat the effects of Covid-19 has been set up by the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE). The COVID-19 Achievement Award, set ...

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BESA conference to be held online

This year’s annual BESA National Conference and Exhibition will take place online on November 4 and 5. The Building Engineering Services Association said it had taken the decision to “embrace technology and move to a virtual platform” in response to ...

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Industry consultation highlights lack of skilled workers in the low carbon arena

According to the findings of a new industry-wide ‘skills for climate’ consultation, seven in 10 engineering services businesses (70 per cent) say they currently do not have enough competent employees to undertake ‘low to no carbon’ work. Some 39 per ...

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