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Matrix Booking reaffirms its commitment to sustainability and corporate responsibility

Workplace management solutions provider Matrix Booking, has announced its certification as a B Corporation (B Corp). This accomplishment reflects the company’s dedication to social and environmental performance beyond profit. The employee-owned company, Matrix Booking has long been passionate about supporting ...

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New Guide launched to help facilities managers establish a successful returnable cup scheme

A new report has been launched which provides a blueprint for introducing and scaling circular systems for hot drinks in the UK. The guide, published by the pioneers of circular design Circular&Co and environmental organisation City to Sea, outlines a ...

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DEBRA UK selects DMA Group for Integrated Managed Services Solution

Property maintenance specialist, DMA Group has been engaged by DEBRA UK the national charity that supports individuals and families affected by Epidermolysis Bullosa (EB) to support in the management of their network of more than 90 charity shops across the ...

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Pareto wins hard services contract at newly refurbished Halls Events Venue

Facilities services provider, Pareto, has been awarded an M&E services and cleaning contract with The Halls in Wolverhampton, one of the city’s premier event venues. The contract will see Pareto deliver a range of FM services to the newly refurbished ...

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IWFM signs Armed Forces Covenant to encourage current and former service people into FM

The Institute of Workplace and Facilities Management (IWFM) has announced that it has signed up to the Armed Forces Covenant, the nation’s promise to active personnel, veterans and their families that they will be treated fairly. For IWFM, it represents ...

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Independent hospitality company Bennett Hay appoints Kelly Brewer as Operations Manager

Kelly Brewer has joined Bennett Hay as Operations Manager at the independent hospitality company.  She will manage several direct reports and will be responsible for the smooth running of corporate clients, landmark offices as well as planning 2024’s mobilisation of a ...

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Amey reduces carbon consumption for courts facilities

Amey’s facilities management business has helped its client deliver a 30 per cent reduction in carbon across its Avon & Somerset Courts contract. These reductions are helping the department meet ambitious national targets and save money. Amey, who deliver reactive ...

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Robertson FM takes hard services deal with Wakefield Council

Robertson Facilities Management (RFM) has been appointed by Wakefield Council for the provision of hard FM services across its corporate estate, which also includes 60 schools. The contract will see RFM deliver planned and reactive maintenance including small projects and ...

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NTU to launch new centre for sustainable construction and retrofit

Nottingham Trent University (NTU) will invest £1.5 million into developing skills, research, training and consultancy to support the UK construction sector reach net zero. The University will launch the Centre for Sustainable Construction and Retrofit to develop solutions, skills and ...

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Tests reveal vast quantities of non-compliant safety footwear on UK market

British Safety Industry Federation (BSIF) testing has revealed that a significant amount of safety footwear produced by non-members fails to perform as advertised. Safety footwear is used to protect against hazards including slips, sharp objects, heavy loads, extreme temperatures, and ...

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