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Imtech Inviron plays on at the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire

Imtech Inviron has signed a new strategic partnership with the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire to drive service delivery and cost performance enhancements. The technical facilities management business has been supporting the Conservatoire team since 2017 and has now been appointed to ...

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Social value in procurement model launched to assess a supplier’s social impact

Following new measures launched last week, businesses seeking to win government work must set out how they will also deliver social value priorities. The social value model, which will come into effect on 1 January 2021 will be used by ...

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Wates FM extends HMRC partnership

Wates FM has expanded its partnership with Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs (HMRC) after a “hugely successful first year”. The facilities management service provider was awarded a contract in 2019, following a competitive bid process, to provide mechanical and electrical maintenance ...

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phs Group acquires floorcare business

Facilities services provider phs Group has acquired the floorcare and associated hygiene services division of workwear and industrial wiper rental services firm Lindström UK. The acquisition will strengthen phs’ floorcare business which has been providing floor mats across all sectors for than ...

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DTGen backs-up Greggs investment  

Generator specialist, DTGen, has been appointed to supply and install a new standby power system at Greggs PLC’s new, state-of-the-art Balliol Park depot in Longbenton, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne. The 1,650kVA generator is being installed in a new plant room complete with attenuation, ...

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BG Energy Solutions in Keadby 2 power station win

BG Energy Solutions (BGES) has won the contract to design building management systems for Keadby 2, a new 840MW gas-fired power station under construction in North Lincolnshire. Keadby 2 is expected to become the cleanest and most-efficient gas-fired power station ...

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JR&Co cleans up at The House of St Barnabas

Julius Rutherford & Co (JR&Co) has been appointed as the cleaning contractor for The House of St Barnabas, a social members club and employment academy based in a Grade I listed Georgian townhouse in Soho. Formerly known as the House ...

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Engineering services sector remains optimistic despite downturn

A new engineering services sector survey shows that two thirds of businesses (67 per cent) expect their turnover to increase or remain the same in Q3 of 2020, compared with Q2, where there was a sharp drop in turnover due ...

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GRAHAM to fit-out QIAGEN’s world-leading precision medicine campus

GRAHAM has won a contract with global molecular diagnostics company, QIAGEN, to complete the £9.9 million interior fit-out of its new Manchester headquarters. The privately-owned fit-out contractor will help to create 92,000 sq ft of high specification, flexible office, laboratory, ...

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Artic in BMA win

Artic Building Services is to deliver the hard FM services contract for the British Medical Association at its Grade II listed HQ building, in Tavistock Square, London. The five-year deal was awarded through a competitive tender process conducted by the ...

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