Siemens Smart Infrastructure has unveiled a new generation of Desigo building automation controllers for automated applications in small and mid-sized buildings.
News Editor - 03.08.2020, 15:09
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.
News Editor - 03.08.2020, 14:40
A new app from Philips Professional Display Solutions (Philips PDS) will help prevent the transmission of COVID-19 and disease-causing bacteria from TV remote controls.
News Editor - 03.08.2020, 11:24
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.
News Editor - 30.07.2020, 14:58
Serco Leisure has reopened sports and fitness facilities it operates under contract following the lifting of Covid-19 restrictions in the United Kingdom.
News Editor - 30.07.2020, 10:04
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.
News Editor - 28.07.2020, 14:22
Mitie will assume responsibility from the British army for nineteen Covid-19 mobile testing units (MTU) from the end of July.
City of Sydney - 23.07.2020, 16:41
The Council of the City of Sydney invites Expressions of Interest (EoI) for specialist TRIRIGA Integrated Workplace Management System (IWM) Remediation & Implementation services relating to its portfolio of around 250 properties. EoI are invited from qualified vendors globally.
News Editor - 22.07.2020, 11:52
STRABAG Property and Facility Services (STRABAG PFS) has secured a three-year contract from Beos AG to provide integrated facilities management services at Technologiepark Bergisch Gladbach (TBG), approximately 10km east of Cologne.
Matt Blaydon - 21.07.2020, 17:21
Matt Blaydon, building consultancy specialist with commercial property consultancy Matthews & Goodman LLP, finds parallels between employers' responses to the 1918 Spanish Flu and changes which are being introduced in workplaces to contain the coronavirus pandemic.