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Compass signs C-19 Business Pledge

Compass Group UK & Ireland has joined businesses from across the UK in an initiative to help Britain and its most vulnerable citizens to pull through the coronavirus pandemic. Former Cabinet minister, Rt Hon Justine Greening, has launched the C-19 ...

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COVID-19 Clinic

With the current crisis over Covid-19 how can FMs ensure that buildings are kept operational – particularly vital ones such as hospitals? And how can they ensure that remote based staff who were previously office based are managed efficiently and ...

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NIC featured in the 1000 Europe’s Fastest Growing Companies 2020

NIC Services Group is delighted to announce they have been featured in the Financial Times 1000 Europe’s Fastest Growing Companies. This prestigious list identifies Europe’s fastest growing companies with the strongest revenue growth. NIC is a leading facilities management company ...

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Moneypenny offers free digital service

Facilities managers can benefit from a free Digital Switchboard service as leading outsourced communications provider Moneypenny, pledges to keep British businesses talking during the Coronavirus pandemic. The offer will be particularly valuable to facilities managers opertaing in buildings where reception ...

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NHS Property Services insources Hard FM services

NHS Property Services (NHSPS) has today announced changes to the way it delivers hard facilities management services (‘Hard FM’), which will see the government-owned company take direct control of selected services. Responsible for the management and maintenance of 3,500 properties ...

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Engineering volunteers urgently needed to support front-line NHS staff – can you help?

The Royal Academy of Engineering are asking for CIBSE’s continued support in tackling the COVID-19 pandemic. As you may be aware there are a number of new medical facilities being built at ExCel London as well as two other Field Hospitals ...

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Covid-19 crisis sees ENGIE withdraw its 2020 guidance

ENGIE has reported the Covid-19 health crisis is having a “significant impact” on some of its customers and operations, and as the impact on the Group’s financial statements remains at this stage unquantifiable and subject to uncertain assumptions regarding the ...

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Covid-19: Sodexo announces new employee relief programme

Sodexo has launched a €30 million (£26 million) relief programme to help its employees impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic. Sodexo said: “Despite all our efforts, we know that this once-in-a-lifetime crisis currently confronting us will regrettably result in a reduction ...

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Tudor Group extends its deep cleaning services

Facilities management and contract cleaning company, Tudor Group, has developed and extended out its specialist disinfection and deep cleaning service in response to the current coronavirus pandemic. Based in Manchester, Tudor offers window cleaning, specialist cleaning, general cleaning and ancillary ...

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Kier continues to support residents in Barnsley

Kier has extended its Property Repairs and Improvement Partnership (PIRP) with Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council, which maintains thousands of homes across the town in South Yorkshire. The partnership has been successful for the last decade and as a result of ...

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