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BSRIA and IWFM sign MoU

Building Services Research and Information Association (BSRIA) has signed an MoU (Memorandum of Understanding) with the Institute of Workplace and Facilities Management (IWFM) formalising the organisations’ relationship. The agreement outlines how BSRIA and IWFM will work cooperatively to improve the ...

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Green & Fortune wins £15m catering deal at Central Hall Westminster

Independent hospitality company Green & Fortune has been appointed the exclusive operator of all hospitality and retail catering services at Central Hall Westminster, central London’s largest conference venue. The five-year agreement, worth £15 million, commences on 1 March 2020 and ...

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Tivoli announces senior appointment

Specialist grounds maintenance provider, Tivoli, has appointed a new experienced HR Director to support its growing client base and employee community. Cathy Dawson is a commercial and results-orientated senior HR Professional, with extensive experience in business turnaround and transformation, and ...

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Amey partners with BuildForce to support Service leavers and Veterans

With around 14,000 personnel leaving the Forces each year Amey is keen to tap into this pool of talent and has formed an alliance with BuildForce, an industry led programme that aims to reduce the skills gap in the construction industry ...

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Office buildings are losing £60m in wasted energy every year

Energy being wasted every year by a few thousand office buildings across five UK cities could power over 100,000 homes and is costing businesses £60 million in unnecessary energy bills according to a new report from the think tank, Green ...

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New MD at Jet Aire

Leeds-based drainage contractor, Jet Aire Services, has appointed Darren Pavan as Managing Director to provide strategic leadership for its operations nationwide. Pavan joined Jet Aire in 2015 as Commercial Manager heading up the company’s key contracts in the utilities sector. ...

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Searcys announces prestigious Mayfair appointment

Searcys has been appointed as the new caterer at the Royal Institution; a prestigious Grade I listed venue in Mayfair, Central London. Home of science and innovation for over 200 years, the Royal Institution is a striking three-floored event venue, ...

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OCS wins at Newbury

OCS has won a three-year contract to deliver cleaning and customer services at Newbury racecourse on racedays and for other events and conferences held at the site. The contract, which commences immediately, will see OCS provide all cleaning services, including ...

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Richmond Council selects Serco for waste management deal

Richmond Council has awarded a 10-year waste and recycling collection contract to Serco. Under the new contract, Richmond’s non-recyclable waste will continue to be delivered to energy-from-waste incinerators, which generates electricity for the National Grid. Richmond’s food waste will also ...

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Salisbury Group lands Civil Aviation Authority TFM deal

Salisbury group has secured a minimum five-year total facilities management contract with the the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) worth over £8 million. The CAA is the UK’s specialist aviation regulator and manages licenses, safety and standards for the industry. It ...

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