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Skillsets the important factor in the procurement process

Just four per cent of UK businesses consider cost the most important factor when making a procurement decision according to a global study into contracting carried out by ClickSoftware. Businesses in Britain are instead prioritising matching skillsets (30 per cent) over every ...

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RICS launches six new FM case studies

The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) is to launch six facilities management case studies developed for them by International Workplace at an event taking place today (19 June), at the NEC in Birmingham. The case studies which cross a ...

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MANN+HUMMEL VOKES AIR to present Multi-Site Filter Management system at Facilities Show 2015

System reduces cost, stock and administration for FM companies. Filtration expert MANN+HUMMEL VOKES AIR will be revealing a new approach to filter procurement at the Facilities Show 2015 in June. The method – dubbed Multi-Site Filter Management – analyses the ...

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Roundtable debates how to save the security industry from itself

A round table event organised by Incentive FM Group has addressed the issue of margin erosion in the UK contract security industry, and asked whether it is having a detrimental affect on the safety of client’s buildings and the viability of ...

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Supply Chain Sustainability School expands into FM

A brand new ‘go to’ sustainability support resource for FM and Services suppliers, contractors and clients is to be officially launched next week (28 January) by the Supply Chain Sustainability School. With a predicted growth in UK markets for FM ...

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New tender process for £30m cleaning contracts announced

The Hyde Group, a provider of affordable housing and services to over 95,000 customers in London, the South East of England and the East Midlands has announced plans for a new £30 million framework agreement model for the procurement of combined ...

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Webinar explores the gap between FM and procurement

A webinar exploring the gap between the facilities management (FM) and procurement sectors has revealed that more than half (57 per cent) feel that the relationship between the two parties is only ‘average’ while 43 per cent felt it was ...

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Norland wins hard FM deal at the Crick

Facilities management provider, Norland Managed Services, has been awarded a hard facilities management (FM) contract by medical research body, the Francis Crick Institute. The Francis Crick Institute is an ambitious project to create a world-leading centre of biomedical research, and consists ...

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Amey wins £10 million TFM contract in Camden

Public service provider Amey, has won a £10 million contract to provide total facilities management (TFM) services to Camden Council. Commencing in January 2015, the five-year deal will see Amey delivering cleaning services as well as mechanical and electrical maintenance ...

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Trust in operational data boosts FM’s status

A new study carried out on behalf of the British Institute of Facilities Management (BIFM) has revealed that real time, trust worthy data is most likely to improve an organisation’s ability to deliver on its FM priorities. The BIFM’s latest report ...

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