In a world where fuel offers low margins, forecourt convenience store sales hold the key to profitability. Increase sales here and business will boom. It’s the simplest and potentially one of the cheapest investments that holds the key to boosting sales – the cleanliness of forecourt customers’ hands.
Power Outage Prevention is the only solution to prevent damage to your equipment caused by sudden voltage drop and power outages. When the electricity is restored, power surge spikes can equally damage equipment too.
We are delighted to announce that KANE have been selected as Building and Facilities News’ Specialist HVAC Company of the Month profile as a result of their continuous dedication to providing only the very best in portable measurements, testing and analysis solutions.
Univar Specialty Consumables (Univar SC) distribute a comprehensive range of industrial consumables including decorating supplies, tapes, abrasives, protection materials and PPE. With such a wide portfolio Univar SC are an excellent choice for almost any industrial business looking for a reliable supplier.
OAG often means complex, ambitious, boundary-breaking projects involving world-leading businesses and iconic London buildings.
For this issue of Building and Facilities News, we are incredibly pleased to announce that Sanctus Training have been awarded with our highly esteemed Training Provider Company of the Month profile, in light of their wide range of outstanding courses for a cross sector of industries.
As part of an exciting £4.5 million transformation of Birmingham’s NEC, Base Structures has installed a stunning fabric façade to the exterior of Halls 1 and 5.
Pickfords Business Solutions and VINCI Facilities, the construction and facilities management experts were awarded ‘Best Partnership in Relocation’ at the PFM Awards 2018.
Building and Facilities News is delighted to recommend companies that offer an outstanding product and service.
TC Facilities Management (TCFM) has created a national charity partnership to help the British Heart Foundation achieve its aim of beating heartbreak forever.
One of the main challenges for data centres is coping with cooling and humidity control demands within the building because of the enormous heat gains generated by the large volume of computers and lighting systems – often in operation 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
The ideal drainage solution for meeting strict building regulations in shallow depth floor constructions