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Engineers on the go

Jason O’Neill, National Maintenance Operations Manager for Greggs, explains how the food-on-the-go retailer has created a state-of-the-art, technology-led, shop maintenance service with impressive results I joined Greggs 20 years ago as a shop maintenance engineer. Having worked through various roles ...

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Chubb engineers win National Apprentice of the Year Awards

Two Chubb Fire & Security Limited engineers, Danny Harding and Max Wheeler, have won National Apprentice of the Year awards at the recent IFSEC & FIREX International’s Security and Fire Excellence Awards ceremony. Chubb, a leading provider of security and ...

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Sulzer

Facilities Show – Facilities P840 At this year’s Facilities Show engineering experts from Sulzer will be available on Stand No. P840 to discuss the company’s extensive capabilities, both mechanical and electrical. From one-off emergency repairs to cost effective, long term ...

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Cloudfm unveils new Mobile App

Facilities Management provider, Cloudfm has unveiled a brand new app which is aimed to make life easier for the 4,000+ engineers who use the system. The app enables clients and contractors to monitor FM activity on an individual task basis, in ...

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MP brands government engineering funding scheme “not fit for purpose”

Sheffield Heeley MP Meg Munn has criticised the government’s Employer Ownership Fund (EOF) which was launched on 12 June 2014 to increase the supply of engineers, to encourage more women into the sector and to address engineering skills shortages in ...

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Peacock Engineering takes enterprise asset management functionality into the field with the launch of Fingertip Mobility

Peacock Engineering Ltd has launched Fingertip Mobility, a suite of mobile applications supported on Android and iOS devices, to provide knowledge and decision support where they count – at the point of activity. The mobile apps promise to transform the ...

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Interserve staff at BBC vote to strike

The media and entertainment union BECTU has announced that its members working for facilities management contractor Interserve at the BBC have voted for industrial action. The dispute focuses on planned changes to work practices which BECTU believes will seriously compromise the ...

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Lanes engineers prove their mettle with drainage excavation

Lanes engineers have completed an “intensely technical” drainage excavation project ahead of schedule, despite atrocious weather and challenging ground conditions. The work involved installing a 4,000 gallon cesspool tank for national plant hire firm Mabey Hire at its depot in ...

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ABC Group becomes ABEC

The Automated Building Controls Group has changed to ABEC, which stands for Automated Building & Energy Controls. The change reflects the increasing importance of energy at the heart of building performance and the key role building controls have to play ...

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New academy for FM & the built environment launched

A new academy has been launched that promises to deliver world-class training and education programmes to those involved in the built environment including facilities managers. Formally launched at Ecobuild yesterday (4 March), the BRE Academy has been designed to provide a ...

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