APSE is delighted to announce the winners of the APSE Scotland Building and Housing Apprentice Awards and the Margo Blair Award 2019.
Congratulations and a warm welcome to Beond, specialists in energy procurement, who have now been confirmed as APSE Energy Approved Partners.
Congratulations and a warm welcome to BigChange, the mobile workforce technology company, who have now been confirmed as APSE Approved Partners.
Trafford Council and Wigan Council’s new smart catering system - Evolve - has helped to reduce queues, engage pupils and assist meal uptake, whilst increasing debt control and efficiency. APSE Direct spoke to Trafford Council’s Philip Valentine and Wigan Council’s Carmel Foster- Devine to hear more about this APSE Service Award-winning initiative.
Pat Lewis, Assistant Director for Regeneration at Stevenage Borough Council, shares his perspective on the true value of urban regeneration today and upcoming plans for Stevenage.
At the Public Sector Show in Manchester on 20 November, APSE Chief Executive Paul O’Brien was kindly invited to chair a panel discussion looking at how local government can develop commercial strategies for revenue generation.
After scooping the Best Service Team of the Year in the Facilities Management and Building Cleaning category at the APSE Annual Service Awards 2018, APSE Direct caught up with Ian Hammond at Powys County Council to learn more about the secrets to the team’s success.
APSE is pleased to announce the finalists for the APSE Scotland Building and Housing Apprentice Awards and the Margo Blair Award 2019.
In conjunction with Contenur, APSE Solutions held two successful field trip events this year exploring underground refuse systems; first in Cambridge and then in Edinburgh. Head of APSE Solutions Andy Mudd looks at how both authorities are using underground bins to reap significant benefits for their local communities and businesses.