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Month in FM

New product and service launches and company news from the FM industry.

The keys to a successful sub-contractual relationship

The relationship between contractors and subcontractors can be a fraught one, but the benefits of a good relationship can be huge. By 2020, according to a report from Gartner, over 40% of field service work will be performed by technicians ...

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Zumtobel’s luminaires provide the ultimate solution for Ultima

Architects Scott Brownrigg have selected Zumtobel’s Lighting’s Lightfields, Panos and Slotlight luminaires for use in the sophisticated refurbishment of the new Headquarters for Ultima Business Solutions’ in Reading. Scott Brownrigg worked closely with Zumtobel on all stages of the project ...

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Fernox to attend PHEX+ exhibition in London

Fernox will be exhibiting its latest product innovation, the TF1 Omega Filter, alongside market leading Cleaner F3 and Protector F1 at PHEX+ from 20th-21st June at Alexander Palace. The Fernox team will be on hand at Stand 1 to answer ...

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The big green safety machine turns 30

In an age where companies come and go at a noisy and alarming rate, there’s something reassuring about the safe hands of McCue, still protecting people and businesses after 30 years of trading. In that time the company, formed by ...

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Honeywell introduces new connected building software to optimise space usage and operational costs

IoT-enabled Honeywell Vector Space Sense connects organisations to actionable insights  for better-informed space decisions Honeywell, a global leader in Connected Buildings, today introduced Honeywell Vector Space Sense, a software solution that shows where, when and how building spaces are used at ...

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Poor indoor air quality can lead to illness and reduced productivity

We spend around 90% of our lives indoors, often working for up to eight hours a day in poorly ventilated offices, occasionally alongside ill colleagues. We frequently take preventative measures to stop ourselves becoming unwell ourselves – like washing hands ...

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Cutting-edge city college stays ahead of the curve with PVC-U trunking

Marshall-Tufflex’s sleek new Sterling Curve cable management system has been fitted throughout a new £13 million building at City College Plymouth in Devon. The Regional Centre of Excellence for STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) is the biggest investment in ...

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Get to grips with stair safety thanks to the Gradus Knowledge

Flooring accessories specialist Gradus has launched its Stair Safety Series, the first installment of ‘The Gradus Knowledge’. The series aims to educate architects, specifiers and contractors on how to correctly specify stair edgings in commercial buildings to help prevent slips, ...

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Snickers will stretch your visibility

A Superior Range of Hi Vis Working Clothes – for all kinds of light conditions. Snickers Workwear takes personal protection very seriously. That’s why this new range of cool and functional Hi-Vis summer clothing is streets ahead of anything else. ...

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STANLEY Security helps reduce anti social behaviour at residential blocks

STANLEY Security, one of the UK’s leading security providers, has installed new CCTV and intercom systems at a number of residential blocks for property management company Griffin Grays. The result has been a reduction in anti-social behaviour and a more ...

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