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Vinci wins further contract extension with Welsh government

The Welsh government has extended its facilities management service contract with Vinci Facilities  for another year. The new contract covers a range of soft services such as self-delivering cleaning, recycling, porterage, grounds maintenance, reception, beekeeping and mailroom whilst sub-contracting security and pest ...

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Incentive team trains for 10k push-up charity challenge

Employees from Incentive Lynx Security will be putting their strength to the test this coming Friday by taking part in a 10,000 press-up challenge for charity. A team of six security personnel, led by contract manager Shaun Wall, will look ...

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CBRE extends global retail property contract with Shell

CBRE Group has announced a renewal and expansion of its retail property management contract with multinational oil and gas company Royal Dutch Shell Plc. The new contract will see CBRE manage the international energy company’s retail network portfolio in 22 ...

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Bilfinger Europa expands ASCO contract internationally

Bilfinger Europa, has expanded its UK service contract with ASCO, the oilfield support service company to deliver deliver facilities management services to facilities in the south east African country of Tanzania. The new three plus one year deal, worth in excess ...

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A pollution solution as City firms commit to action on air quality

Eighteen city firms have pledged action to tackle air pollution in London’s Square Mile, also known as the City of London.  The pledges made at a recent event hosted by Japanese financial services giant Nomura, include reducing gas consumption in city buildings, ...

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FMs have a ball & raise £22k for Macmillan Cancer Support

Last night’s sell-out, inaugural FM Industry ball was a social and fundraising success. Over 400 professionals from the facilities management industry gathered in the The Grand Hall, at the Grand Connaught Rooms in Holborn, to enjoy the new black-tie event touted as being “held ...

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Costain announces plans to build solar farm on wasteland site

What do you do with a plot of wasteland that can’t be used to build homes or commercial premises, well Costain thinks it has the answer. The engineering firm has announced it is seeking planning permission to develop a solar ...

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CBRE & JLL named among 2014’s most ethical companies

Facilities management and real estate investment firms CBRE and Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL) have been named as two of 2014’s World’s Most Ethical Companies by the Ethisphere Institute, an independent centre of research promoting best practices in corporate ethics and ...

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BRE plans climate change knowledge centre

In the wake of the UK’s unprecedented floods and the devastating effects of extreme global weather patterns on property, people and the economy, BRE has announced plans for the creation of a Centre for Resilience for the built environment at its Britain ...

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Carillion broadcasts new contract win with Arqiva

Carillion, the support service and construction company has secured a four year contract with communications company Arqiva. Due to commence on 10 April 2014, the new contract with Arqiva, which operates in the broadcast, satellite and mobile communications markets, includes the provision ...

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