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J S Wright wins £11m deal in Bristol

J S Wright, has secured a contract of around £11 million to fit out a new energy efficient housing development in Bristol. The building services provider will install all the mechanical and electrical services for Castle Park View, the first ...

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Jaguar retains M&E contract at Kings Place

Jaguar Building Services has retained its contract at Kings Place in London. Following a competitive re-tender process, Jaguar was awarded a new three-year deal to continue providing M&E services at the 339,000 sq. ft. mixed-use development combining a seminal office ...

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SPIE awarded Places for People contract in central London

SPIE UK has been awarded a new contract under its framework agreement for the refurbishment of central London offices for Places for People Group. The new framework contract is the latest deal that SPIE has undertaken for Places for People, ...

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J S Wright awarded final phase of Fish Island developement

J S Wright has landed a contract in excess of £3 million for the third and final phase of an estate regeneration in London’s Docklands. The mechanical and electrical building services contractor will supply and install all the mechanical services ...

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Jaguar checks in at One Embassy Gardens

Jaguar Building Services has secured a 12-month contract to deliver hard services at One Embassy Gardens in south-west London. The building is part of a wider development at Nine Elms, The Embassy Gardens Estate which spans 15 acres is located ...

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Blowing hot and cold

Giles Korner, Head of Smart Buildings at engineering consultancy HDR | Hurley Palmer Flatt, explains how the latest technologies can improve environmental conditions for building occupants The design of buildings is becoming more focused on the wellbeing of occupants, creating ...

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Skanska secures £240m project in Central London

Project development and construction group, Skanska, has won a £240 million contract to construct 20 Ropemaker Street in Central London. Skanska will also install mechanical, electrical and plumbing engineering services in the 25-storey commercial project, due to start construction in ...

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Eastwood Park releases April 2020-March 2021 training calendar

Eastwood Park’s new training calendar for April 2020-March 2021 has been published this month, with details of its specialist engineering and estates and facilities management courses. Following a busy 2019 celebrating 50 years of training delivery, 2020 looks to be ...

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Technical talent

Engineering is crucial to the UK economy, but the skills gap is growing. FMJ asked building services provider JCA how it finds, trains and motivates its staff Engineering is a critical part of the UK economy, employing around 20 per ...

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Incentive lands West End role

Incentive Tec, part of independent facilities services company Incentive FM Group, has been appointed by the Ambassador Theatre Group (ATG) to supply mechanical and electrical services as well as heating, ventilation and air conditioning to 11 high profile London theatres ...

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