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Ground Control included as one of the UK’s fastest growing & dynamic SMEs

Ground Control, one of the UK’s largest private outdoors maintenance companies, has been identified as one of the London Stock Exchange Group’s ‘1000 Companies to Inspire Britain’ 2020. The report recognises the UK’s fastest-growing and most dynamic small and medium-sized ...

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Wates commences 15-year repairs programme

Social housing maintenance specialist Wates Living Space, has been appointed by affordable housing provider, Stonewater, to deliver a 15-year programme of housing repairs to nearly 10,000 homes. Worth around £105 million, the new collaborative partnership, which begins today, (2 November ...

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Delivering generator life extension

By Billy Myers, Aftermarket Director at DTGen Standby generators are used to supply power for the duration of a mains power outage. Such a break in power can have a serious effect on life as well as a huge financial ...

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RFM Group announces two key senior hires

RFM Group, a growing property group specialising in construction, facilities management and maintenance, has appointed two new business development specialists to support ambitious growth targets and a growing pipeline of opportunity. Shannon Sugden joins the team in the newly created FM ...

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Fusion 21 names suppliers appointed to its £80m Lifts Framework

Procurement organisation and social enterprise Fusion21 has announced the suppliers successfully appointed to its national Lifts Framework – worth up to £80 Million over a four-year period. A total of 32 highly skilled firms – including 84 per cent SMEs ...

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Hobart UK Reaches Out to Owners of its Machines as Talks are Underway to Move the Restart Forward to 22 June

As the UK emerges from lockdown, operators are getting their kitchens ready and open for service once again. The industry has responded to the current crisis with its usual flair and innovation, with restaurants such as TGIs and Wagamama offering ...

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Ready and waiting

How do you manage unoccupied buildings during a lockdown? We talk to three FM specialists about the issues involved, including the role of technology, shutdown procedures and the impact on maintenance programmes For the majority, the world has gone into ...

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Amey secures £100m contract extension with Yorkshire Water

Public services provider, Amey, has been awarded a three-year contract extension, performing reactive and proactive maintenance work across Yorkshire Water’s sewer network.  The contract, which begins in April 2020, forms part of Yorkshire Water’s Waste Water Services Agreement. Works, which ...

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Covid 19: Testing and maintenance of life safety systems

Colt Service has issued some important advice on life safety given the current lockdown in the UK. It states that the testing and maintenance of life safety installations in buildings is mandatory under the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order. Following ...

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BESA survey seeks key services suppliers for the NHS

The Building Engineering Services Association (BESA) is conducting a survey to identify firms across the sector capable of providing vital service and maintenance for the NHS at short notice. The survey will run until the end of this week and ...

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