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Facilities managers switch on to eco technology event

This organisers of the third Eco Technology Show, which takes place at the Brighton Centre 26-27 June, are reporting an unprecedented surge in trade visitor registrations. They say facilities managers are being attracted by an exhibitor and speaker line up ...

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B&M retains mid-Lincolnshire street cleaning contract

Wirral headquartered B&M Waste Services has been awarded a new three-year street sweeping contract by North Kesteven District Council. The six-figure deal will see B&M – one of the UK’s independent waste, recycling and drainage specialists – providing road sweeping ...

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Winning research confirms link between built environment & wellbeing

At Ecobuild last week, BRE and UBM Built Environment announced the winners of the research paper competition called to investigate the intrinsic link between buildings and the wellbeing of those who occupy them. The competition was held to bring together ...

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Douglas Brash to head up SPIE UK’s building services division

SPIE UK has today announced the appointment of Douglas Brash as new managing director of its building services division. Brash joins SPIE, the independent building and facilities management services firm, from his role as managing director of Rotary Southern Limited, where he ...

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Interserve-Kajima JV preferred for multidisciplinary Edinburgh scheme

International support services and construction group Interserve and its joint venture partner Kajima Partnerships, have been appointed preferred bidder by the Scottish National Blood Transfusion Service (SNBTS) for the design, finance and subsequent facilities management of the new £33 million ...

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Bilfinger Europa wins £3m of new deals in the capital

Bilfinger Europa Facility Management has further grown its London presence after winning new total facilities management (TFM) contracts with a combined value in excess of £3million. The integrated support services group has secured two new capital-based deals, including an agreement ...

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FM apprenticeships announced for National Apprenticeship Week

 In support of National Apprenticeships week, Bouygues Energies & Services (E&S), the facilities management division of Bouygues Construction, has extended it range of apprenticeships to include grounds maintenance, facilities management, business administration, catering and highway electrical as well as engineering disciplines. The ...

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Tata Steel in ore as OCS staff complete apprenticeships

OCS Group staff at Tata Steel Scunthorpe have achieved training success by completing their apprenticeships. Three cleaning supervisors and a business administrator, employed by international total facilities management provider OCS at Tata Steel in Scunthorpe, have shown ‘steely’ determination in achieving valuable ...

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National facilities management supplier framework event announced

A new national framework with an anticipated value of between £1bn and £1.5bn is being procured by Scape to support clients in delivering their facilities management requirements. Scape is a local authority controlled company, based in Nottingham, whose shareholders are ...

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Bouygues consortium preferred for Edinburgh hospital contract

A preferred bidder consortium, which includes FM provider Bouygueshas been appointed to develop and operate a new hospital facility in Edinburgh. Integrated Health Solutions Lothian, which comprises Brookfield Multiplex Construction Europe Limited (construction), HLMAD (architects), Macquarie Capital Group Limited (finance) and Bouygues E&S ...

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