Artic Building Services has won a fresh contract with Marylebone Cricket Club at Lord’s Cricket Ground for the delivery of planned and reactive maintenance.
Artic was awarded the offer to function as specialist contractor of preference at the prestigious site in London carrying out a competitive tender process.
The 200-year-old ground is recognized as the premier cricket Ground on the planet and is reputed to function as ‘Home of Cricket’.
Artic has supplied a residential team of engineers to provide the reactive and planned maintenance. All mechanical and electrical areas of the website rest with Artic to make sure a safe and compliant environment for several players, officials, members, staff and the general public.
Supporting the in-house maintenance compliance and management team, Artic may also provide additional match day coverage to ensure services are fault free for all patrons of the estate at the international Home of Cricket, whether it be the Grade II listed Pavilion to the new ‘state of the Art’ Compton and Edrich stands.
Grundon and fmj Waste Management have launched the 2021 waste and recycling management survey. It’s the fourth year for the annual appraisal of how FMs manage their waste and recycling activities and something which marks an unprecedented amount of disruption to services because of the pandemic.
To be able to know how FMs have navigated their way through the final year and their plans for meeting stringent waste and recycling targets we’ve posed some questions – along with the advice and connection with our editorial steering committee.
The outcomes of the 2021 survey will undoubtedly be published in FMJ magazine and form the foundation of a white paper co-written by FMJ and professionals at Grundon on how best to approach waste and recycling strategies.
To be a part of the survey click here .