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It’s all in the planning as WYG wins new Sainsbury’s contract

After retendering its town planning services, Sainsbury’s has confirmed it is to continue its long-term relationship with planning consultancy WYG by awarding a new three-year contract across the South East, South West, Wales and the West Midlands for its main ...

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G4S wins £11m NHS service contract in Barnsley

Barnsley Hospital NHS Foundation Trust has awarded G4S Integrated Services (G4S) a three-year contract to deliver healthcare cleaning services at Barnsley Hospital following a robust procurement process that commenced in early 2013. The contract, worth almost £11million, with the option to ...

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New academy for FM & the built environment launched

A new academy has been launched that promises to deliver world-class training and education programmes to those involved in the built environment including facilities managers. Formally launched at Ecobuild yesterday (4 March), the BRE Academy has been designed to provide a ...

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Guide to strategic space and move management published

A new, factual guide that explores the significant business benefits of taking a strategic approach to space and move management has been published by a leading workplace software provider. The white paper, entitled Strategic Space and Move Management The Business ...

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Carillion selected for over £370m of support services contracts

Carillion has been selected as the preferred bidder for two support services contracts and confirmed for one further contract, which between them are expected to be worth in excess of £370 million over five years. In Canada, Bouchier Carillion has ...

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CBI proposes new transparency measures for public sector contracts

Business lobbying group, the CBI has today called for new measures to boost transparency and trust in private and third sector managed public services contracts.  The Government spends £187 billion a year with 200,000 private firms managing public services (1) which ...

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Servest scoops BBC deal

Servest Group has won a three-year  contract with the BBC to provide catering to 18 locations in the UK. Under the contract, which is worth £8.5 million a year, 300 staff will provide a full range of catering services for ...

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Indoor air quality blows under the spotlight

While poor air quality in the workplace is known to be closely linked to conditions such as asthma, only 15% of companies questioned in a new survey [1] said they monitored and measured indoor air quality. Indoor air quality (IAQ) is ...

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Amadeus lays down by the Riverside

Contract caterer Amadeus is continuing its run of new contract wins by scooping a five year, £5 million contract to manage the catering and events business for Riverside, Stratford Upon Avon. Riverside is the largest wooden structure in Europe and has been ...

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Historic MoD property goes down the tube for £53m

As part of a scheme to rationalise its estate by selling off unused property and land, the Ministry of Defence has sold a former London Underground station, which was used during the Second World War as a command centre, for ...

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