ServiceMaster CEO designate, Brett Ponton. (photo: )
News Editor  - 06.08.2020, 13:48

ServiceMaster Names New CEO

ServiceMaster has completed its search for a new Chief Executive Officer with the appointment of Brett T. Ponton who is expected to assume his new position on or before 1 October 2020.

Prone positioning a COVID-19 patient. (photo: Harris Health System)
News Editor  - 06.08.2020, 07:53

A Lifesaver for Covid-19 Patients

Teams at Houston-based Harris Health System hospitals, Ben Taub and Lyndon B. Johnson (LBJ), have perfected the technique of 'proning' which places Covid-19 patients on their stomachs to improve...

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News Editor  - 05.08.2020, 22:11

Beating the COVID-19 Blues

Cushman & Wakefield's Las Vegas office completed transactions involving almost 800,000 SF of leasehold property between 1 April and 30 June 2020.

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The Lighting Industry Association (The LIA)  - 04.08.2020, 15:49

Celebrating the Life of Peter Denny

The lighting industry has lost a true character with the passing last week of Peter Denny who served as President of the Lighting Industry Federation (a precursor of the Lighting Industry...

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News Editor  - 03.08.2020, 15:27

SOCOTEC Wins Preferred Supplier Status

Testing and compliance service provider SOCOTEC has been conferred with preferred supplier status by Jaguar Building Services.

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News Editor  - 03.08.2020, 15:09

Hard Services Contract Awarded at 55 Ludgate

Jaguar Building Services has won a contract to provide mechanical, electrical and fabric maintenance services at Procession House which is located at 55 Ludgate near London's City Thameslink Station.

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News Editor  - 03.08.2020, 11:24

Waste Contractor Shortlisted for National Award

Axil Integrated Services' work with global engine and generator manufacturer Cummins has been recognised with a shortlist place in this year's MRW National Recycling Awards.

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News Editor  - 03.08.2020, 11:04

Procuring a Better Society

Siemens is the latest high-profile business to sign up to the "Buy Social Corporate Challenge" initiative from government-backed organisation, Social Enterprise UK.

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News Editor  - 31.07.2020, 13:43

Inspiring Back-to-Work Confidence

UK soft services provider Churchill Group has launched workplace hygiene programme PRISM which is targeted at facilities managers and health, safety and environment officers post Covid -19 lockdown.

AUB campus. (photo: Arts University Bournemouth)
News Editor  - 31.07.2020, 13:18

Arts University Bournemouth (AUB) TFM Contract

Derwent Facilities Management has been selected to deliver a suite of integrated services under a £8 million five-year total facilities management contract with the Arts University Bournemouth (AUB).

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News Editor  - 30.07.2020, 14:58

Serco Reopens Leisure Facilities

Serco Leisure has reopened sports and fitness facilities it operates under contract following the lifting of Covid-19 restrictions in the United Kingdom.

Quoted: David Bowie, MRI's SVP and managing director for Asia Pacific. (photo: MRI Software)
News Editor  - 30.07.2020, 10:43

MRI Software Announces New Solutions for APAC

MRI Software has launched new residential and commercial property management software in the wake of last week's virtual MRI Ascend APAC users' conference.

2020 Austrian Grand Prix. (photo: Steve Etherington)
News Editor  - 30.07.2020, 10:04

Launch of INEOS Hygienics

INEOS have launched a new healthcare business with support from the Mercedes-AMG Petronas Formula One Team to produce hospital-grade hand gels and sanitiser products.

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News Editor  - 29.07.2020, 14:01

3M Touch Products to be Made "End of Life"

3M is exiting its 3M touch systems business and discontinuing production of all Surface Capacitive (SCT) and Projected Capacitive (PCAP) displays.

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News Editor  - 28.07.2020, 17:27

Growing Demand for Polyester Webbing

The polyester woven webbing market is experiencing a resurgence as demand overcomes short-term disruption caused by the closure of manufacturing plant to Covid-19.

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News Editor  - 28.07.2020, 16:34

Will AI-Powered Robots Replace Humans in Manufacturing?

Human workers will remain critical to manufacturing operations according to panel discussion participants from BMW Group and Deloitte at the Global Manufacturing and Industrialisation Summit...