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Derwent appoints Savills for property and FM services

The Derwent Group has appointed global real estate services provider Savills to manage its £500 million commercial property investment portfolio. The move is part of the Group’s plan to increase its focus on long term strategic asset management. The instruction will be ...

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Outstanding first year for MC Construction’s facilities services arm

MC Construction has seen its new facilities services division, double its turnover target and nearly triple its workforce in its first year. The Salford-based company established MC Facilities Services in summer 2017 with eight staff. Since then, the team has ...

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SIA publishes outcome of the review of its Approved Contractor Scheme

The Security Industry Authority (SIA) has announced the key changes from the latest review of its flagship Approved Contractor Scheme (ACS) for private security businesses. The changes will take effect on 1 April 2019. The ACS was established in 2006 ...

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CBRE launches Spacer to help firms plan engaging workspaces

Global real estate advisor, CBRE, has announced the UK launch of Spacer, a free workplace planning product to help companies apply best-in-class workplace trends to their office layout. Unique to CBRE and available to companies of any size, Spacer delivers ...

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The Good Eating Company secures contract with Nomura

The Good Eating Company has won the foodservices contract with Nomura, the Asia-headquartered financial services group. The multi-million pound deal will see the workplace dining specialist deliver its unique workplace dining experience at Nomura’s London head office on Angel Lane. ...

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ENGIE introduces Responsible Business Charter and independent Scrutiny Board

Energy and services group, ENGIE, has established a new Responsible Business Charter and independent Scrutiny Board, to further underline the company’s commitment to operate to the highest economic, social and environmental standards. The Responsible Business Charter ensures that ENGIE will ...

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Jet Aire secures £3m contract with Northumbrian Water

The Middlesbrough office of Leeds-based drainage and civil engineering company, Jet Aire Services, has been awarded a one-year contract extension, from Seymour Civil Engineering, to provide drainage maintenance on behalf of Northumbrian Water. Jet Aire has just completed a similar three-year ...

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Trio of new services signals diversification for building services firm

Commercial building services engineering firm, Robinsons M & E, has introduced three new service elements to its range of client services. A dedicated social housing division, refurbishment works and specialist construction site setup support services are available to local authorities, social housing ...

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Bellrock launches integrated website

Technology-enabled facilities management group, Bellrock, has announced the launch of its new website www.bellrock.fm and the update of its operational model.  The proposition has been designed specifically to support complex multi-site organisations, improving compliance, reducing risk and minimising process and ...

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DIO invites FM suppliers to bid on new CCS framework

The Defence Infrastructure Organisation (DIO) is launching a search for suppliers to tender for £2.9 billion worth of new facilities management contracts under a new CCS FM framework. The Future Defence Infrastructure Services (FDIS) contracts will provide FM services across ...

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