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Jaguar puts forward winning case for international law firm

Jaguar Building Services has been awarded a two-year contract to provide mechanical, electrical, and building fabric maintenance services at One Bishops Square. Located in the heart of Spitalfields, this 825,000 sq. ft property is home to an international law firm ...

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Rinnai continous flow & solar panels replace stored hot water system at Peckforton Castle

Rinnai hot water – instant, continuous, limitless and sensibly economic for every type of commercial site Rinnai, the UK’s leading manufacturer of continuous flow hot water heating units and systems, has recently completed an installation at Peckforton Castle in Cheshire, ...

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FM Clinic: What can the FM sector do to ensure the engineering skills pipeline is maintained in the long term?

M&A analysis of the FM sector by BDO found that just over half of deals completed in the last two years involved businesses in the building management systems, M&E and compliance services sub sectors. In this way organisations can bring ...

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The M&E market is ripe for medium sized businesses

Ask building service industry leaders to name the biggest challenge currently facing the M&E sector and they will most likely lament the shortage of trained technical engineers. The problem surrounding the recruitment and retention of skilled operatives in the sector ...

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Wired up

Tim Beardsmore from electrical safety specialist, Calbarrie Compliance Services, explains how the introduction of the 18th Edition of the BS 7671 Wiring Regulations expected later this year may affect FM processes.    In July the 18th Edition of the British Wiring ...

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Martindale Electric puts thermal imaging within easy reach

The new IRC thermal imaging cameras from Martindale Electric represent a breakthrough in affordable thermal imaging for troubleshooting of electrical and mechanical installations. The combination of real time thermal imaging with spot infrared temperature measurement, packaged in a rugged pistol ...

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Smart works

Glen Cardinal, managing director of Platinum Facilities and Maintenance Services, explains why today’s maintenance engineer is more likely to need a laptop than a spanner, and what this means for facilities management Mechanical and electrical (M&E) maintenance used to be ...

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