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A good fit

The BMA’s new staff gym at its London HQ has turned out to be a facility that people actually want to use. BMA Head of Estates, Ian Wade, tells FMJ the secrets of its success Health and wellbeing has moved ...

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FM Clinic: What lessons can FM clients take following the demise of Carillion?

Following the demise of Carillion, what lessons should FM clients take from the fallout to ensure that their key suppliers’ finances are sound? If they do encounter a major problem how can they ensure the project or service is still ...

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Measuring the world’s workplaces – how the best beat the rest

Great employee workplace experience is fast being acknowledged as the foundation to heightened employee engagement. An elite group of employers have recognised this and are using workplace as a tactical tool in competitive advantage. This March, Leesman hosted an event ...

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A unified approach to communications

Blog from C-J Green, CEO, Servest UK Unified communications is a term you may have already heard, or will certainly be on the edge of hearing more about. In short, it’s a business expression that describes the integration of enterprise ...

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Career Ladder talks to Churchill’s Operations Director, South West

Q: What was your first ever job? My first ever job was working for a local convenience store in Sandbanks on a weekend basis. I served the local residents (and some celebrities), beginning my journey earning a wage and respect, and ...

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Papercut

Matt Peaty, QSHEC Director at Salisbury Group, describes how his company switched from a paper-based accident reporting system to mobile technology – and how this is proving a game-changer on site The constant reporting, monitoring and closing out of health ...

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Credit is due

Outsourcing FM services is a delicate business that can go horribly wrong without trust and a shared commitment to partnership working Two years ago, consumer data and software business Callcredit Information Group decided to take on full management of its ...

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Keeping London’s landmarks pristine

Famous, high-profile buildings like The Walkie Talkie and The Gherkin in London require a special approach to cleaning, not just for the health and safety of those visiting and working inside them, but to meet the expectations of the world ...

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Building management systems for the future

Lee Jasper, Head of Products and Solutions at Johnson Controls, offers advice on how building managers can use system integration to guarantee the future of their buildings  Technological advances over the last few years have armed facility managers with an ...

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Flooding – will your business sink or swim?

The UK is just coming out of the other side of some of the most widespread snowfall ever seen. In many parts of the country, this melting snow may lead to flooding, leaving businesses leaping out of the frying pan ...

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