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Conference to hear from expert behind British athletes’ 2012 success

FM employers are being encouraged to attend a free conference on 5 December looking at the talent strategy behind the British athletes’ success this summer. Inspiring Talent – getting the most from your workforce is being held in Manchester by ...

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Shepherd Group proceeds on top track

Winning is ‘becoming a habit’ says the team at Shepherd FM. In October its parent company, the Shepherd Group topped the Sunday Times Top Track 250 league table and announced an increase in turnover and profits in its annual results ...

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IOSH flexes its muscles with ‘Fit for the Future’ 2013 conference programme

The professional health and safety organisation, IOSH, has announced details for its flagship annual conference and exhibition. IOSH 2013, which will again be organised by UBM Live, will focus on how health and safety professionals can strike the right balance ...

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Interserve sails ahead in £100m Thames property maintenance bid

Interserve, the international support services and construction group, has been announced preferred bidder on a seven year residential and corporate property contract with East Thames Group. The contract has a potential value of c.£100 million over the initial seven year ...

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No sleeping on the job for Hilton mattress recycling initiative

Hilton Worldwide has launched a new mattress recycling program in which all U.S Hilton hotels and resorts will aim to recycle 85 percent of their mattresses and box springs into various products rather than being diverted to a landfill. Hilton ...

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ISG nets £2.8m project at Hampden Park

As Hampden Park continues its preparations to take centre stage at the forthcoming Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games, ISG has been appointed by Hampden Park to carry out £2.8m of improvement works on the North Stand Concourse at Scotland’s national stadium, ...

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OCS sets sail with MyFerryLink contract

Total facilities management company OCS has won a £2 million contract with MyFerryLink at the port of Dover. The contract covers the specialised work of mooring and letting go of ferries as well as the onloading and offloading of unaccompanied ...

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Viessmann supports national energy efficiency campaign Hole in the roof

Heating manufacturer, Viessmann, is supporting the Heating and Hotwater Industry Council’s Hole in the Roof campaign. Launched on the 12th of November, its purpose is to raise the awareness of energy efficiency by getting people to take action and make ...

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Sellafield selects preferred delivery partners for £280m works framework

Sellafield Ltd has selected Amec, Hertel (UK) Ltd and Shepley Engineers Ltd as its preferred partners to deliver work packages worth a potential £280 million at the nuclear complex in West Cumbria.   The Multi Discipline Site Works (MDSW) framework ...

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McLaren Group holds on to pole position in carbon reduction race

Linking its buildings via a central plant, the use of heat recovery and redistribution systems and continued upgrade to higher efficiency lighting are just some of the measures that have contributed to the McLaren Group’s year-on-year carbon reduction, which in ...

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