Operation & Maintenance
News Editor - 19.04.2021, 14:04
Merseytravel, the strategic transport advisor to the Liverpool City Region Combined Authority, has awarded SPIE UK a new contract for the supply and installation of replacement high voltage switchgear.
News Editor - 23.03.2021, 21:51
PropTech provider WeMaintain has signed a four-year contract with KeolisAmey Docklands (KAD) for the provision of lift and escalator maintenance solutions to all London Docklands Light Railway (DLR) stations.
News Editor - 16.03.2021, 23:13
LPG supplier Calor Gas has appointed Spie UK to deliver long-term maintenance at its facility in Port Clarence, County Durham in a contract which provides for the design and build of upgrades to the plant's filling hall safety systems.
Dominic Ponniah - 09.03.2021, 15:03
Despite lockdown-related office closures and reports of businesses experiencing tough times, Dominic Ponniah, CEO of London-based Cleanology, says recent contract wins point to the emergence of new and significant commercial trends.
Hannah Koole-Browne - 04.03.2021, 13:21
Hannah Koole-Browne, associate director at CRE consultancy Incendium, discusses the growing importance of collaborative approaches in developing corporate real estate strategy.
News Editor - 27.02.2021, 01:01
Premium Inspection & Testing (PIT) has performed a first-of-a-kind internal coke drum inspection of an oil refinery in Texas using drone technology combined in combination with manned rope access.
News Editor - 09.02.2021, 11:53
Lift maintenance platform WeMaintain has acquired fellow PropTech startup and smart fire system maintenance platform Shokly.
Shaon Shahnewaz - 15.01.2021, 12:59
Shaon Shahnewaz, marketing lead at CloudApper, explains why computerized maintenance management systems are becoming increasingly popular.
News Editor - 14.01.2021, 13:20
Kier Highways has appointed SPIE UK to replace critical tunnel cladding, fire and radio rebroadcasting system as part of the refurbishment of the A50 Meir Tunnel in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire.
News Editor - 12.01.2021, 17:21
Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) platform FaultFixers which helps building users report maintenance issues has raised £100,000 of funding via the University of Sussex's incubator and investor matching service, Suss Ventures.