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Mitie launches Plan Zero with a commitment to reach zero carbon in five years

Mitie has launched its ‘Plan Zero’ commitment, pledging that it will reach net zero carbon emissions by 2025 – 25 years ahead of the UK Government’s 2050 target. To ensure this commitment is achieved, Mitie’s Plan Zero is focused around ...

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Morgan Sindall Property Services contributes to Group’s positive results

Repairs and maintenance specialist, Morgan Sindall Property Services, has helped to deliver positive group preliminary results for the year end of 2019. The construction and regeneration group, Morgan Sindall Group plc delivered strong profit growth in 2019, with adjusted profit ...

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Polyteck launches specialist water services business

Polyteck Group has announced the launch of Pristine Water Services, a new brand offering water treatment services. The brand, which will operate as an independent business, is accredited by the Legionella Control Association and will work closely with existing and ...

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ENGIE-led consortium to develop a zero carbon smart energy system for the town of Rugeley

Energy and regeneration specialist, ENGIE, together with a diverse consortium of partners, has been awarded a two-year demonstrator project to design a new zero carbon smart energy system for the Staffordshire town of Rugeley. The ENGIE-led consortium will create the ...

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Mount Charles wins university catering deal

Mount Charles has secured a four-year catering services contract with Maynooth University in Kildare. The deal will see the Irish catering and facilities management firm providing food and beverage services to the University’s 14,000 students, staff and visitors onsite. This ...

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Revenues of £300m for VINCI Facilities

Following strong figures projected halfway through 2019 VINCI Facilities has reported sustained growth with revenues of around £300 million for the full year. According to the FM services provider one of the mainstays of its success is its ability to ...

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Houston & Hawkes appoints director of food

Independent business and industry caterer, Houston & Hawkes, has strengthened its senior team with the appointment of David Steel as Director of Food. Steel joins the company from Bartlett Mitchell, where he was previously Chef Director for Business Development. He ...

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SEC calls on Government to enhance powers for new building safety regulator

Construction

As the board charged with implementing the new Building Safety Regulator meets this week and Government begins to frame its legislation, a leading UK construction body has called for enhanced powers for the Regulator. The Specialist Engineering Contractors’ (SEC) Group ...

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Axis Group stays on at Daiwa’s European HQ

Daiwa Capital Markets Europe has reappointed Axis Security and its front of house business Acuity to provide manned guarding and reception services at the investment bank’s head office in London. Daiwa Capital Markets Europe is the wholly-owned investment banking subsidiary ...

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Sodexo teams up with leading sports clubs’ charities to support children living in poverty

The Sodexo Stop Hunger Foundation has partnered with Meals & More, a charity aiming to end holiday hunger and social isolation, and a number of community foundations of leading sports clubs in the UK, to provide nutritious meals and sports ...

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