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Birmingham City FC signs Elior UK for five-year partnership deal

Elior UK has secured a five-year deal worth £13 million to become the new catering partner at Birmingham City FC. Under the contract terms, Elior will provide catering services for matchday fans, hospitality, general admission, and conference and event services ...

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New guide launched to help SMEs adapt to a Net Zero future

The Association for Consultancy and Engineering (ACE) and sister organisation, the Environmental Industries Commission (EIC) have launched a new Net Zero guide targeted at SMEs working in the built environment . Aimed at small and medium sized members of both ...

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Sodexo adds 18 new academy schools to its catering portfolio

Sodexo has won a three-year catering deal worth £1.3 million per annum with Birmingham Diocesan Multi Academy Trust (BDMAT) at its 18 academy schools. BDMAT’s portfolio of 17 primary schools, within Birmingham and Warwickshire, currently caters for over 3,800 pupils. ...

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SWC awarded three-year deal with Great Portland Estates

Specialist Window Cleaning (SWC) has been awarded a three-year deal with Great Portland Street Estates plc covering its portfolio of over 40 properties across London. The contract award is one of the largest stand-alone window cleaning contracts in the country, ...

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Arcus FM partners with Clade to support customers on their pathway to decarbonisation

Arcus FM has joined forces with national refrigeration plant manufacturer and carbon reduction solutions specialists, Clade Engineering, to provide a comprehensive service and maintenance offering in all aspects of HVAC and refrigeration. The initiative aims to benefit both the FM ...

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BCC elects new chairman and deputy

The British Cleaning Council (BCC) has officially elected a new Chairman and Deputy Chair at its recent Annual General Meeting. Jim Melvin, who has served as Deputy Chairman of the BCC for the past two years, has taken over the ...

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Experts warn hospitality sector must prioritise compliance as restrictions lift 

As the hospitality sector once again prepares for full capacity following the lifting of restrictions, facilities experts are urging businesses to pay close attention to compliance regulations, as many properties may have gone without inspection during the lockdown period. According ...

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Certificates of Assurance awarded at three Churchill cleaned stations

Three HS1 stations where Churchill Group delivers cleaning and hygiene services have received a Certificate of Assurance from Bureau Veritas for Covid-19 risk management. St Pancras International, Stratford and Ebbsfleet rail stations have all received Certificates of Assurance from Bureau ...

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Pareto FM appoints social impact director

Pareto FM has appointed Emma Wilson to the role of Social Impact Director. The appointment will see Wilson responsible for developing Pareto’s sustainability initiatives, growing its community based projects and creating opportunities for Pareto team members to broaden their involvement ...

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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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