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Clean data

Data centre management and the cleanliness of the environment are the two main risks that leave data centres exposed, explains Stuart Wells, Business Development Director at ABM Critical Solutions Retail businesses are faced with many risks when it comes to ...

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Facilities Show 2018

The largest global gathering of FMs will take place from 19 to 21 June at ExCeL London. In our special show guide, we introduce some of the highlights of the three days, while a group of exhibitors tell us their ...

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Space to work

Workplace transformation projects don’t always deliver the expected results. Angela Love, a director at Active explains why workplace design can’t be left to designers Almost twenty-five years ago Paul Krugman, the famed economist and columnist for the New York Times, commented: ...

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All our own work

Mitie Group’s new office at the Shard is not just a cool workplace, it’s a showcase for the company’s connected workspace strategy. Sara Bean went to take a look In February 2018, Mitie Group plc moved into the iconic Shard ...

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Smart buildings

The built environment is in a constant state of flux. Architectural styles change and new technologies bring in new structural possibilities. From simple cave dwelling to multi-storey skyscraper; wattle and daub hut to energy efficient Passivhaus; our man-made environment has ...

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FM Clinic: Debate on BIFM’s proposed rebrand and application for chartered body status

The BIFM has proposed to change its name to the Institute of Workplace and Facilities Management (IWFM) and begin the process of attaining chartered body status. What could the removal of the word British and the reference to Workplace in ...

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The three-tiered approach

Blog from C-J Green, CEO, Servest UK  Today’s average workplace is very different to what it was just a few decades ago. From emerging technologies becoming more sophisticated and accessible, to the popularity of flexible working and beyond, the accepted ...

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Career Ladder talks to NJC’s vertical manager 

Q: What was your first ever job? I was attending a Leisure and Tourism course at college, which I really wasn’t enjoying. I remember my parents going on holiday and when they came back I had quit college and started working ...

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Positive thinking

A new FM Special Interest Group met on Tuesday 10th April at the offices of the British Quality Foundation to explore ways in which some of the business tools that have revolutionised manufacturing, offer a much more positive alternative to ...

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Facilities Show 2018

From June 19 to 21st, over 11,000 FM professionals from across the globe will gather at ExCeL London to identify new suppliers, source the latest innovative solutions, hear from leaders in the field and network with their peers The world’s ...

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