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London Fire Brigade launches online fire safety training for security and facilities staff

London Fire Brigade in partnership with the City of London Crime Prevention Association and the Corporation of London has created ‘Project Kestrel’ an online fire safety training programme for security and facilities personnel. The development of Project Kestrel follows  a ...

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Jaguar lands significant contract win

Following a competitive tender process for the Landsec Workplace Portfolio, Jaguar Building Services has retained its Nova Portfolio agreements and secured six additional building services, fabric, and energy performance (BSFEP) contracts. Jaguar says its focus will be on delivering a ...

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Churchill Group wins Rising Star award

The Sustainable Facilities Management Index (SFMI) has awarded Churchill Group with the ‘Rising Star’ award following its third assessment from the sustainability benchmarking initiative. Churchill Group was recognised with the Rising Star award for its multiple social value activities. For ...

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Veolia feasibility study highlights potential of carbon capture technology 

Veolia has launched a site feasibility study ahead of a pilot project to use innovative carbon capture processes in energy recovery facilities (ERF) in the UK, which could deliver greater sustainability to marine and aviation transport, and achieve ecological transformation ...

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Taylor Shaw extends Elliott Hudson College deal

Taylor Shaw, a catering specialist in the education sector and part of the Elior Group, has been awarded a three-year contract extension at Elliott Hudson College in Leeds. For the last two years, Taylor Shaw has served up to 1,000 ...

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Reconomy publishes guide to assist Welsh firms with incoming workplace recycling regulations

‘Separated waste collections for workplaces: Reconomy guide’ has been published by the international circular economy specialist to support Welsh businesses as they prepare for workplace waste management reforms which come into force on 6 April 2024. The regulations require all ...

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Acquisition sees Nurture Group expand its pest control offering

Green services provider, Nurture Group, has acquired Birmingham-based Midland Pest Control Ltd, further strengthening its presence across the Midlands region. The purchase of Midland Pest Control will allow Nurture Group to consolidate its position as one of the leading providers ...

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Amey to launch ‘Technology Hub’ in partnership with MRI Software

Amey has partnered with MRI Software, a global leader in real estate software solutions, to launch a “first of its kind” integrated building management technology platform, which it says will “revolutionise” the way its public sector clients manage their workplaces. ...

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Most of the top 100 US office leases of 2023 are renewals as businesses decide to stay put and upgrade space

A new report out by commercial real estate services and investment firm, CBRE, has revealed that the largest 100 office leases signed in the United States in 2023 included more renewals of leases for already occupied space than new deals. ...

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HSL Compliance acquires Durham technology firm

Environmental compliance services provider, HSL Compliance has acquired Durham-based technology company Plexus Innovation to enhance its market-leading water safety services. HSL Compliance helps its clients to comply with health and safety legislation and create safe environments for people to live and ...

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