Tilbury Douglas has now completed the demolition of Norton Court at Birmingham Women’s Hospital, with local demolition and remediation partners, Armac Group.
Bureau Veritas has cautiously welcomed new world-leading regulations for all new homes and buildings in England to have electric vehicle charging points installed as standard – stating that the move will help to drive uptake in electric vehicle (EV) adoption in England, although this isn’t the whole solution to the challenge we face in the race to Zero Emissions Vehicles (ZEVs).
Research by Veolia shows that less than a third of UK businesses have a strategy for reaching carbon neutrality, despite growing environmental concerns. Plus, 42% of UK businesses are feeling overwhelmed by the steps they need to take to reach this goal.
FM provider 14forty, via its leisure arm LSS Facilities Management (both part of Compass Group UK & Ireland), was the cleaning contractor at COP26 – The UN Climate Change Conference 2021, which took place at Glasgow’s Scottish Event Campus (SEC) last month.
The building engineering sector will not be able to address its skills shortages if it keeps trying to replicate the past, according to several leading industry figures.
The Building Engineering Services Association has been recognised for four very different aspects of its work at this year’s prestigious Trade Association Forum (TAF) Best Practice Awards.
Donna Catley, Chief People Officer, Compass Group UK & Ireland, has been appointed as an Independent Member of King’s College London Council. The Council is the supreme governing body which defines vision and strategic direction of King’s College London in addition to overseeing progress. Chaired by Lord Geidt, the Council comprises a mix of leading academics, staff, students, business and community leaders. King’s College is one of the oldest universities in England and is an internationally top-ranked institution with a reputation for world class research across a wide range of disciplines.