Day: October 14, 2015

London Coliseum fire safety upgrade for English National Opera
Facilities Management

London Coliseum fire safety upgrade for English National Opera

One of the world’s most innovative opera companies with an international reputation for distinctive and highly theatrical productions, the English National Opera (ENO) is based …

Facilities Management

Construction workers at risk of hearing loss and heart disease

It’s no secret that workers in the construction industry risk damaging their hearing if they don’t use adequate protection. A wide number of tools used …

Business, Law & Money

New senior appointment at Purplex Marketing

Purplex, the full service window industry marketing agency, has appointed Mike Pickering to head up the company’s new London office. With a background that includes …

Facilities Management

Worker injures hand on unguarded machinery

A national company specialising in products and services to rural communities was fined after a worker was injured in a woodworking machinery incident. Salisbury Magistrates’ …

Facilities Management

BIFM Awards 2015 winners revealed

The winners of the 2015 BIFM Awards have been revealed at this year’s ceremony at London’s Grosvenor House Hotel. Alan Russell, of Heathrow Terminal 5, …

Business, Law & Money

Prime minister tells councils to produce Local Plans

Prime minister tells councils to produce Local Plans David Cameron has said councils must produce Local Plans for new homes in their area by 2017 …

Civil Engineering

Unions and subcontractors resolve long-running dispute at Sellafield

Construction unions have claimed victory in their long-running industrial dispute at the Sellafield nuclear plant after subcontractors agreed to install a full-time health and safety …

Civil Engineering

Heathrow Airport begins tendering process for third runway

Heathrow Airports Holdings Ltd has begun the tendering process for work on its £17.6bn third runway, despite the government having not yet given the project …