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FM provider boss puts wheels in motion for charity cycle challenge

Gillian Duggan, managing director of Amey's facilities management division, is preparing to cycle 300km in three days to help raise more than

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Morgan Sindall Group awarded

Lovell, the affordable housing division of Morgan Sindall Group, has been awarded a

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ISS and Barclays announce new global facility management partnership

ISS, a leading global provider of facility services, has announced a new partnership with Barclays Bank. ISS will oversee and deliver facilities management services to Barclays operations in the UK, Europe, the Americas, Asia Pacific and the Middle East.

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Met Office confirms wettest June in over a century

Provisional Met Office figures for June show double the average amount of rain has fallen, making it the wettest June since records began in 1910.

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New contract for Aramark as success in further and higher education continues

Aramark has been awarded a new two-year contract with Richard Huish College in Taunton, Somerset, worth approximately

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Rydon appointment maintains client portfolios’ performance

The maintenance arm of Rydon, the construction, maintenance and management group, has appointed Laurence Rudman to a newly created role as partnerships performance director.

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Cognito to support up to 100 engineers in FM deal

VINCI Facilities, a facilities management company, has signed an agreement with Cognito, to provide a workforce management system to a 100 strong engineering team.

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Health and safety pays, even in difficult times

In its latest annual report, the European Agency for Safety and Health at Work continues to argue for investment in workplace health and safety, for economic as well as ethical reasons.

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30 miles of Games lanes ring-marked

Transport for London (TfL) has over the weekend, began works to ensure the Olympic Route Network (ORN) is ready to begin operation on 25 July. Overnight from Sunday (1 July) TfL started painting the white lines and Olympic Rings that mark out the 30 miles of Games lanes along the ORN.

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Survey finds majority of hospitals lack robust disaster recovery plans

A healthcare software provider has released the full results from its second-annual Healthcare Data Management (HDM) survey which determined that healthcare IT leaders around the world consider disaster recovery and business continuity their most pressing data management need. Of the survey responders, 65% said their data volumes had increased over the previous year, yet only 26% said they had "robust, tried-and-tested" disaster recovery plans in place.

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