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28 November 2014
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  • Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust has chosen to partner with Sodexo for its cleaning, portering, retail and private patient services across its five hospitals in London.
  • Hammersmith Hospital, London
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  • Indignation plays no part in objectivity
    Criticism can be useful this came to me when reviewing the notes from a mentoring session last week where we had been working on dealing with unwelcome feedback, blogs John Bowen. 24 November 2014
  • The year of the framework
    When we get look back at what 2014 meant to the further development of the facilities management sector in the UK, it could well be that the word 'framework' will feature prominently, writes Martin Read. 17 November 2014
  • Success is great, but celebrate your failures too
    It is always great to talk about your successes, but for a few months now I have been writing about projects where we have had problems, blogs John Bowen. 10 November 2014
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Edge Hill 2014
  • Having an edgeEdge Hill University has followed up its 2013 BIFM award for in-house client team by winning the 2014 BIFM Excellence in Customer Service award for its Welcome Sunday initiative, and it's all down to its highly motivated, customer-centric FM team, says Sara Bean.
  • The soft sellAre the principles of soft landings a 'graduated handover' of a building project to its occupiers once complete fully accepted? And is FM ready for its role in the project spotlight? Our round table, sponsored by Gardiner & Theobald, considered the issues.
  • Bearing sustainabilityThe sustainable workplace sounds a fine idea, but actually trying to enforce it or living in the midst of the changes required can be another matter. Elisabeth Jeffries reports.
  • Glasgow blissBy garnering the views of its staff, global telecoms company Three transformed its tired and dated Glasgow office into a workspace where Every Day is Wonderful. On 13 October, the project won the 2014 BIFM award for impact on organisation & workplace. Sara Bean reports.