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LJJ completes University of West London scheme

University of West London

Building Services contractor, LJJ, has completed the £8 million mechanical and electrical services installation at the University of West London’s (UWL) £50 million ‘Future Campus’ scheme. Designed by architects, Bond Bryan and delivered by main contractor, Willmott Dixon, the project ...

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New test technology helps FMs to keep EVs on the road

With the growth in sustainable transport solutions, many FMs and building services engineers have taken on responsibility for ensuring that electric vehicle charging points remain in working order. Against this background, one of the UK’s leading EV charging infrastructure companies ...

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Unsafe pitches could send injury claims soaring

POORLY maintained all weather pitches are a growing threat with the potential to cost operators tens of thousands in personal injury claim payouts. That’s the view shared by industry insiders who believe many operators are leaving themselves open to litigation ...

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Dealing with disaster

‘Disaster’, namely flooding, is high on the agenda for many businesses as we enter 2016. The Christmas period spelled devastating levels of rain, leaving much of the Northern part of the UK under water. Mark Calvert, MD for flood response experts, Adler ...

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Cost-effective cleaning

Facilities managers juggling competing demands and constrained resources may be missing a trick. James White, managing director of Denis Rawlins, explains how to manage risk and budgets through cost-effective cleaning Facilities managers have to juggle competing demands often with their hands ...

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Making an entrance

As the floor is the largest area in a building, the choice of floor coverings available and therefore the investment, can be substantial. For facility managers, making the right decisions in terms of product at the beginning of the design ...

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Service and support strengthen Powervamp’s proposition for aviation ground power, emergency lighting

While Powervamp Ltd is probably known best as a manufacturer of state-of-the-art product lines for aviation ground power, emergency lighting and engine starting, the company’s service and support capability has now emerged as one of its key strengths. “Customers working ...

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Cloudfm scoops Wolseley UK Contract

Cloudfm has been appointed by Wolseley UK, a distributor of plumbing and heating products to manage all planned and reactive maintenance across its extensive estate which comprises circa 1,000 buildings over 750 sites in the UK and Northern Ireland. Cloudfm brings ...

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Churchill embraces the future with major new rebrand

Service solutions business, Churchill has announced a major new rebrand following years of continual development and growth. Churchill’s new look includes a new industry-leading website (www.churchillservices.com), a new company ethos (Forward Thinking) and a new umbrella social ethos (Churchill Advantage) ...

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Controlling Legionella with modern training techniques

A new report has been published calling for the implementation of modern training techniques to combat the maintenance failings that periodically lead to potentially fatal Legionella bacteria and similar hazards in air conditioning and water systems. The report launched by specialist ...

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