The ISS group has agreed to sell its US-based portfolio of single-service janitorial and specialised services contracts.
ENGIE has entered into exclusive negotiations with Bouygues for the sale of its services-led operations in a deal worth €7.1bn.
The group's events business, Sodexo Live!, will provide catering services at the Olympic Games' athletes village.
Serco’s Australian FM business has won a place on a maintenance services framework for sites in New South Wales.
The group’s US business has announced a programme to reduce by 50% all food waste produced in facilities where it provides FM services.
The New York-headquartered group is set to acquire San Francisco-based Able Services, in an $830m cash deal.
In the US, the Compass Group division has rebranded to reflect its increasing commitment to a wider facilities management offering.
The Belgian Ministry of Defence has appointed the company to manage facility services at the Royal School of Non-Commissioned Officers in Saffraanberg.
Norwegian energy company Equinor has appointed ISS to deliver services at 12 sites.
ISS Facility Services and the Danish Ministry of Defence Estate Agency have entered into an agreement to exit the partnership contract between the two parties.
With its ‘does what it says on the tin’ name, the Facilities Management Business Unit will provide a new platform to enhance existing FM contracts and broaden capabilities in the Asia-Pac region.
Bill Heath, a well-known figure in UK and Middle East FM, has taken on a new role.
SoftBank Robotics EMEA has signed a strategic partnership with the leading cleaning product provider in Spain.
The property services group has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire hard FM specialist Intego A/S.
SoftBank Robotics EMEA has signed a strategic partnership with I.E. Mittwoch & Sons, a leading provider of robotic solutions in Israel.
The group has entered into an agreement to divest its activities in four Eastern European countries.
Grupo SUEZ has appointed the firm on a five-year contract covering more than 900 sites.
The facilities services group is to start negotiations with the Danish Ministry of Defence Estate Agency which could see the early end of a major contract.
Spanish multinational financial services company BBVA has extended this 13-year partnership.
The group has replicated its pandemic-driven UK strategy in the US market.
The US-headquartered group will provide FM consultancy services for more than 4000 sites.
The buyer says it will leverage the company’s countrywide coverage and client base to expand its presence in Saudi Arabia.
The support services group has reached agreement to acquire Sydney-headquartered Facilities First Australia Holdings.
Researched by the multi-national built environment group Drees & Sommer, the report looks at major service providers operating across borders.
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