Healthcare & Educational Facilities
FM Editor - 15.04.2019, 13:59
NHS Property Services have extended a three-year integrated facilities management contract awarded to Mitie in 2016 by a further year.
T. Gunning Ltd - 11.03.2019, 14:51
The University of London turned to Chartered Building Company T Gunning to deliver internal refurbishment and lighting upgrade work at Stewart House in the heart of Bloomsbury.
Karen Trigg - 04.03.2019, 17:00
Karen Trigg, business development manager with Allegion UK, considers security challenges presented by the design of school buildings.
FM Editor - 07.02.2019, 11:10
Sodexo has confirmed one employee died and eight others are still missing following the Minas Gerais dam tragedy on 25th January.
ISS Facility Services - 18.01.2019, 08:26
Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust has selected ISS for a five-year contract worth approximately £40 million to provide a range of soft facility services, including cleaning, catering and housekeeping.
Karen Trigg - 14.01.2019, 15:26
Karen Trigg, business development manager at Allegion UK, discusses how to keep schools safe and secure during long winter nights.
Andrew Shaw - 28.11.2018, 15:43
Andrew Shaw considers whether the age and size of buildings delimit options for upgrading safety protocols and security.
Andrew Shaw - 30.10.2018, 16:30
Schools are continuing to upgrade security measures for pupil safety. However, on top of all the fundamental challenges schools face, implementing well-rounded and effective security solutions can seem a great difficulty. Andrew Shaw, architectural consultant with Allegion UK, discusses the advantages of electro-mechanical solutions.
IDEXX Laboratories - 24.10.2018, 09:16
Microbiological water testing solutions provider IDEXX has shared the results of a new potable water study carried out by independent experts.
IDEXX Laboratories - 10.09.2018, 13:56
IDEXX Laboratories, Inc. (NASDAQ: IDXX), today announced its IDEXX Pseudalert® method has been published as the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) worldwide standard 16266-2 for the 24-hour detection of Pseudomonas aeruginosa in water. P. aeruginosa can cause life-threatening infections in hospitals and is a frequent cause of skin, ear, and eye infections from pool and spa water. Public and private laboratories and healthcare and hospitality industry facilities count on the Pseudalert method to monitor their water for this pathogen.