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Churchill appoints QHSE and sustainability director

Churchill has appointed Andrew Broderick as Group QHSE and Sustainability Director. Broderick brings over 20 years’ experience within the field of Quality, Health, Safety, and Environment, having previously held senior roles in several sectors, including Director of Health, Safety and ...

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J S Wright wins £17m M&E deal in Whitechapel

Building services provider, J S Wright, has secured a contract worth in excess of £17 million to fit out one of London’s biggest residential developments. The Birmingham-based company, which has an office at Trafalgar Square in London, will design and ...

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Aramark CEO steps down

Aramark, a global provider of services in food, facilities management and uniforms, has announced the retirement of its Chairman, President & CEO of Aramark, Eric Foss, and that the company has commenced its search for a successor. Lead Independent Director, ...

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Bartlett Mitchell achieves first year’s certification to The Planet Mark

Independent catering company, Bartlett Mitchell, has achieved certification to The Planet Mark sustainability programme – becoming the first caterer to achieve the accolade following a rigorous measurement and reporting process. Certification to The Planet Mark further strengthens the company’s position ...

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NIC strengthens partnership with Sainsbury’s

NIC Services Group has won a new multi-million pound contract of additional business with supermarket chain Sainsbury’s. This additional business is the award of further stores across the UK, further cementing NIC’s already strong and growing partnership with Sainsbury’s. NIC ...

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Leesman Index reaches 600,000 milestone

The Leesman Index, the world’s foremost employee workplace experience and effectiveness benchmark has reached over 600,000 employee responses. Workplace experts, Leesman, work globally helping business leaders to understand how workplaces support individual and organisational performance. It does so by examining ...

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Veolia upcycles refuse collection vehicles to help create a greener London

Global resource management company, Veolia, in partnership with Westminster City Council, is trialling two electric Refuse Collection Vehicles (eRCV) on the streets of London. The two 26 tonne collection vehicles previously ran on diesel and were reaching the end of ...

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MRI software chosen to manage FCO’s global property portfolio

The UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) has selected MRI Software’s Horizon CRE solution as an Integrated Workplace Management System (IWMS) for properties and assets in over 220 locations around the world. As a result of the FCO’s multiple locations, properties and ...

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New study reveals the best areas in London for co-working

Based on a range of office-must-have data points including how easy it is to travel to work, how fast the internet is, how much co-working desks cost and how many other shared working spaces there are in the area, a new ...

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CBRE’s Hana spinout launches flagship agile workspace

Hana, a subsidiary of CBRE has opened its first flagship location, called Hana PwC Tower at Park District in Dallas, Texas. CBRE announced the launch of Hana, a new service offering designed to help institutional property owners meet the rapidly ...

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