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Broadgate Estates retains Ropemaker Place management contract

Broadgate Estates has been retained to manage one of the City’s most iconic buildings – Ropemaker Place. The property and asset management company, has re-won the contract with the new owners of Ropemaker Place and clients of AXA Real Estate, ...

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OCS appoints new MD of facilities services

International total facilities management provider OCS has appointed Jane Sheard as UK managing director of facilities services. Sheard brings with her an extensive background in the FM marketplace having worked at a senior management level in a number of well ...

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Norland seals 500-site Cheshire West & Chester deal

Norland has been appointed by Cheshire West and Chester Borough Council to provide facilities management for over 500 of the council’s buildings which consist of schools, children’s centres, libraries, museums, offices, storage facilities and public conveniences. Image Chester with thanks ...

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Uliving and Hertfordshire Uni seal £multi-million student accommodation deal

Uliving (the consortium comprising Bouygues Development and not-for- profit housing association Derwent Living) has sealed a deal to deliver and operate The University of Hertfordshire’s new student accommodation facilities. This deal follows on from the announcement in July 2012 that the consortium ...

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Norse sails Medway in £70m joint venture deal

Norse Commercial Services added Medway Council to its growing portfolio of local authority Joint Venture Companies (JVCs). The new JVCs, Medway Norse will start trading on the 1 June 2013, providing facilities management services that include cleaning, catering and maintenance for the ...

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Resource efficiency – a golden opportunity for FMs

David Sharp, managing director at Workplace Law, was invited to speak on the subject of waste management at the Prague-based educational and networking event for facility management professionals The European Facility Management Conference, which took place last week. The subsequent presentation, ...

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Compliance means business

Held at Commerzbank’s offices in the City of London, in February Assurity Consulting hosted a breakfast seminar that aimed to put forward a compelling business case for compliance. FMJ’s Simon Iatrou reports. Honesty is the best policy, when there is ...

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Keeping up with the tweeters

In her first column for FMJ, Katie King explains why 2013 is the year to finally get on ‘board’ with social media. As a new year dawns, some FMs will reflect on 2012 as a year of hype – many ...

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Initial Facilities to create 80 apprenticeships within transport division

Initial Facilities has announced plans to expand the apprentice programme within its transport division coinciding with National Apprenticeship Week 2013. The company has committed to recruiting 80 new apprentices following the success of pilot schemes during the past two years. ...

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RoSPA Awards success for the facilities management sector

The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) has presented occupational health & safety awards to more than 75 firms from the facilities management (FM) sector. EMCOR Facilities Services has been recognised by RoSPA for its excellent health and ...

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