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FMUK November - December 2017 Contents

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Interserve Wins £140 Million Contract Extension With Major Broadcaster

Interserve, the international support services and construction group, has won a £140 million contract with the BBC to continue providing facilities services until 2023.

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ISG wins £40 million student accommodation project in Cardiff

ISG has commenced work on a circa £40 million contract with Fusion Students to deliver a major new high-end student accommodation scheme in central Cardiff with 675 bedrooms over 26 floors.

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Axis Group Wins Contract to Create Right Impressions at Law Firm’s London Offices

The Axis Group of companies has won a significant contract to provide the security service and a supporting receptionist role to the in-house Front of House team at the international City law firm Weil, Gotshal & Manges (London) LLP. The services will be delivered through two of the group’s key brands, Axis Security and Acuity.

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How to ensure your business is winter-ready

As summer comes to a close, employees are returning to work, beach towels are being packed away and sun-tans are fading fast. While it might still seem a world away, winter is coming, and with it comes a whole host of potential threats to employee well-being and business productivity. ‘Winter blues’ can be an all-too-real prospect as outdoor temperature and light levels drop and adverse weather conditions can pose a significant challenge to businesses employing outdoor workers.

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The New Front Line In The Fight Against Terrorism

Any terrorist attack you can think of, no matter where it takes place, whether it’s bombs, guns, knives or vehicles – there is one group of people who will almost always be affected and closely involved in the aftermath. And yet this group often receives very little training. The Facilities Managers.

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The rise of the machines – yet the role of the FM is certainly not terminated!

FM is part of a wave of digitisation that is transforming every industry but the experts at GRITIT, which is pioneering the use of technology in outdoor FM, argue that skilled people will always be at the heart of effective service delivery.

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Technology – friend or foe?

The rise of the machine has been both celebrated and feared since the first Industrial Revolution began way back in 1760. With life changing technological developments, including self-driving cars, drones and other artificially intelligent machines on the horizon, Neil Ricketts, Trigion Technical Director, explains why he thinks the future looks bright.

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Too much data, not enough time?

Data is at the foundation of every good energy management strategy. However, energy management is increasingly being dealt with by those who are too stretched in their day-to-day role to spend the time looking at their data in-depth, particularly when companies are collecting data points in the thousands.

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