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BESA offers guidance on essential building maintenance and shutdown procedures during the coronavirus crisis

In response to the coronavirus crisis which has created “unprecedented challenges” for building owners and maintainers, the Building Engineering Services Association (BESA) has released a detailed guidance on how buildings can be managed and maintained effectively during the coming weeks ...

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GRAHAM in Worcester City Council win

GRAHAM has been awarded an initial five-year building repairs and maintenance and minor works contract with Worcester City Council. Commencing on 1 April 2020, GRAHAM will be responsible for over 70 properties and sites within the Council’s local government boundaries, ...

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Manage hygiene and maintenance of up to 150 showers, taps and urinals

The CONTI+ CNX water management system brings a system scaleable to the most extensive facility with working installations already aiding Facility Managers in projects across Europe. Up to 150 taps, showers or urinals can be connected to one control box ...

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Wates and ENGIE in 10-year council win

Tamworth Borough Council has awarded new contracts worth more than £100million for the improvement, repair and maintenance of the town’s 4,200+ council houses over the next 10 years. The council’s current three-year contract with Wates Living Space ends on March ...

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Amey secures £49m contract extension

North Lanarkshire Council (NLC) has extended Amey’s highways maintenance and management contract until June 2024. Amey has been managing the maintenance of roads, street lighting, traffic management and infrastructure along with winter service and the provision of emergency response service, ...

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Keeping up

Dave Cooper, MD of LECS (UK), offers an expert guide to the maze of legal obligations and standards required during the life cycle of a lift The responsibility involved and extensive range of documentary obligations required to manage a single ...

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Team Q Maintenance wins new contract with Cambridgeshire County Council

Technical services provider Team Q Maintenance has been awarded a major public sector contract with Cambridgeshire County Council.  Team Q will provide building, mechanical and electrical maintenance services to Cambridgeshire’s non-school portfolio comprising in excess of 200 properties. The new ...

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Keep on running

A UPS system depends on its battery backup to maintain power following a blackout – but winter can be hard on batteries, warns Stephen Peal, Director of PPSPower On 10 August, almost a million people were affected by a major ...

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Engineers on the go

Jason O’Neill, National Maintenance Operations Manager for Greggs, explains how the food-on-the-go retailer has created a state-of-the-art, technology-led, shop maintenance service with impressive results I joined Greggs 20 years ago as a shop maintenance engineer. Having worked through various roles ...

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Perfectly predictable

Peter Smith, Head of Business Development at IAconnects, looks at how a sensor-based predictive maintenance set-up can help prevent costly equipment failure before it happens Conventional wisdom suggests that maintenance should be carried out in a uniform manner and at ...

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