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Tottenham Hotspur scores with KNX lighting control

Tottenham Hotspur Football Club has ensured that its new, 67-acre training facility will not disturb local neighbours or wildlife thanks to a state-of-the-art KNX lighting control system from The Wandsworth Group. Constructed on a green field site, the two-storey training ...

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Serco’s PPP bid secures preferred status at National Water Sports Centre

Nottinghamshire County Council has named Serco as preferred bidder by to manage, operate and develop the National Water Sports Centre, one of the UK’s premier sporting venues and outdoor leisure attractions. In a major boost to the local economy, Serco’s proposal ...

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Norland builds on FM services and scoops CIBSE contractor award

Norland, the facilities and project management company, has been named ‘Contractor of the Year’ at the CIBSE awards. It was Norland’s work with a global telecommunications giant to retrofit a large office building and a call centre which caught the ...

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When two worlds collide

In the heart of London’s financial district, Lloyd’s Register’s head office is a structure lost in time; part skyscraper, part 19th century palace. Simon Iatrou speaks to Fiona Bowman about how this is symbolic of her career as a facilities ...

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Employee engagement is a vital component in reducing energy consumption

While much discussion regarding corporate energy consumption revolves around senior-level decisions, a hospitality sector seminar hosted by ebm-papst heard that the role of frontline staff cannot be underestimated. The seminar – one of a series of sector-specific meetings hosted by ...

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Facility renewable energy generation shifts up a gear

New research suggests there has been a growing level of interest among UK businesses in generating renewable energy from their own premises versus 2011. One third of those surveyed – 39%, up from 32% in 2011 – expect to introduce ...

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Energy contract rollovers more than a micro problem for small firms

The Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) is supporting the Micro Business and Energy Contract Rollover Bill, tabled by Caroline Lucas MP and set for its second reading in the House of Commons this Friday (25 January 2013). The Bill aims ...

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Glasgow scoops £24m to test out connected city technology

Glasgow has beaten off stiff competition from 30 other UK cities to win £24 million of government investment to showcase how UK cities can grow their local economy and improve the lives of their citizens by making the most of new ...

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London NHS trust extends multi-service contract with OCS

Central and North West London (CNWL) NHS Foundation Trust has extended its contract with international total facilities management provider OCS. The new two year extension, running from May 2013 to May 2015, is worth in excess of £13 million and ...

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ESS ships in Interserve to deliver FM at five Royal Navy sites

Interserve, the international support services and construction group, has been awarded a contract with ESS Support Services Worldwide (ESS), to provide soft facilities management services at five Royal Navy establishments in the southwest. This new three-year contract with ESS – ...

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