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Artic wins maintenance deal at Lord’s Cricket Ground

Artic Building Services has won a new contract with Marylebone Cricket Club at Lord’s Cricket Ground for the delivery of planned and reactive maintenance. Artic was awarded the deal to be the specialist contractor of choice at the prestigious site ...

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Marble Arch London BID appoints SecuriGroup to its Street Team

Marble Arch London BID has appointed SecuriGroup to operate its Street Team, as part of its ongoing commitment to ensuring the safety and security of its members, visitors and the local community. The Marble Arch Street Team was established by ...

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ISS appoints vice president of group communications

To further strengthen ISS’ efforts within internal and external communications, the company has appointed Nicki Allitt to the role of Vice President of Group Communications. Allitt brings 25 years of experience in global communications across various industries. She joins ISS ...

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Elior and BT Murrayfield to support Edinburgh’s homeless this Christmas

Contract caterer Elior UK has partnered with client BT Murrayfield Stadium in Edinburgh – the home of Scottish Rugby Union – to donate around 3,000 hot meals to the vulnerable in the local community over the Christmas period. For every ...

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Sodexo strengthens CR ambitions with trio of appointments

Sodexo has appointed Claire Atkins Morris to the role of Director of Corporate Responsibility (CR) for the UK and Ireland. Atkins Morris has over 11 years’ experience working for Sodexo, starting in Healthcare as a Waste and Environment Manager. Since ...

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HSE releases workplace fatality figures for 2020/21

Provisional data released by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) shows that a total of 142 workers were killed at work in Great Britain in 2020/21, an increase of 29 from the previous year, though the number of deaths in ...

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Wates FM renews contract with London School of Economics

Wates FM has renewed its planned and responsive maintenance contract with the London School of Economics for a further four years. Since August 2017, Wates has provided a range of maintenance services across the University’s 30 campus buildings, seven halls ...

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KCP launches Golden Service Awards 2022 with webinar

The Kimberly Clark Professional Golden Service Awards 2022 will open for entries on 20 July. This year for the first time, all entrants are invited to attend a free ‘How to Enter’ webinar on Thursday 29 July at 10.30am. Participants ...

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Covid fallout could lead to a harsh winter for construction

Actuate UK, the alliance of leading UK building engineering services, has warned that Covid continues to cast a dark shadow on the construction industry and says the knock-on effects of the pandemic will continue to be felt long after the ...

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Ground Control becomes Living Wage Employer

Landscape and maintenance contractor, Ground Control, has strengthened its employer credentials by committing to pay its workers the Living Wage. Its employees across the country will earn £9.50 per hour – or £10.85 if based in in London. Both rates ...

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