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Aramark enrols in catering services deal at SGS College

Aramark has won a seven-year catering services deal with South Gloucestershire and Stroud College. Aramark now provides catering, food retail and hospitality services to almost 15,500 students and college employees located across the college’s six campuses in Wise, Filton, Berkeley Green ...

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Sodexo affirms its commitment to disability inclusion

Sodexo has reinforced its commitment to disability inclusion by joining The Valuable 500, an international initiative striving to put disability on the leadership agenda. The French multinational food services and facilities management provider has affirmed its ongoing commitment that by ...

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Incentive QAS wins deal at iconic London landmark

Canary Wharf Management has awarded Incentive FM Group’s specialist cleaning arm a three-year contract, worth around £4 million, at One Canada Square. Under the terms of the deal Incentive QAS will be responsible for the cleaning of all common areas, ...

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Innovise joins forces with TEAM Software

UK-based technology firm specialising in software for security guarding, cleaning and facilities management businesses, Innovise, has been acquired by TEAM Software, a provider of technology solutions for contractors in the North American cleaning and security guarding markets. By joining forces, ...

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ENGIE and OCS present winning cases to HMCTS

Two new contracts awarded by HM Courts and Tribunals Service (HMCTS) will see court users in England and Wales benefit from improved facilities and security services. From 1 April 2020, ENGIE will be responsible for vital facilities management work such ...

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Pareto FM reports 55% growth in turnover

Pareto FM has seen its annual turnover rise for the fifth consecutive year. Figures published this week for the year ending September 2019 show a 55 per cent growth in turnover to £14.1 million. The facilities and engineering services provider ...

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Homes for Students creates new roles in preparation for growth

National student accommodation manager, Homes for Students, has appointed two regional asset managers across its Homes for Students and Prestige Student Living portfolios. Greg Faulconbridge, who has a background in the student accommodation maintenance sector, will have responsibility for the ...

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NG Bailey lands MEP deal on Golden Jubilee Hospital expansion

NG Bailey has been awarded a £2.9 million project to deliver mechanical, electrical and plumbing (MEP) installations for a new eye care centre at the Golden Jubilee National Hospital in Clydebank, Scotland. The independent engineering and services provider has been ...

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FRC announces delay on Carillion first-stage report

UK audit watchdog, the Financial Reporting Council (FRC) has announced the first stage of its investigation into the financial statements of collapsed British multinational facilities management and construction services firm, Carillion, is now expected to be completed by the summer ...

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RCoA appoints Churchill for cleaning services

Churchill has been awarded a two-year cleaning contract with the Royal College of Anaesthetists (RCoA), the professional body responsible for the specialty throughout the UK, and the third largest Medical Royal College by UK membership. The contract will comprise general ...

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