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WHAT’S NEW?


MCP TARGETS GROWTH FROM FM


facilities and maintenance management consultant, to further develop and deliver growth in the Facilities Management sector.


MCP has expanded its capability with this appointment and can offer a full portfolio of FM services including:


• Benchmarking • Compliance Audit • Performance Monitoring • Hard FM


• ISO55001 Gap Analysis, Implementation Support, Certification


• IWMS/CAFM/CMMS Selection and Implementation support


• Cost Reduction • Integrated Safe Systems of Work • CRE & FM Risk Management


MCP Consulting Group, specialists in asset management performance improvement, has appointed Phil Taylor, an experienced property,


SKYVAC SALES FLY HIGH


SkyVac, UK manufacturer of high level cleaning equipment, reports that sales are flying high. SkyVac systems have now been adopted for high level cleaning at the UK’s largest airports – Gatwick and Heathrow. Equipment orders are arriving from all over the world.


As fast as systems are manufactured, they are shipped to end users in education, healthcare, county councils, food factories and many contract cleaners and Facilities Management companies.


The latest airport user, Heathrow has bought the SkyVac Industrial Internal 78 model for all high level cleaning. This kit, which is for wet or dry cleaning, includes a two speed motor for high suction, a robust all terrain steel chassis with stainless waste container, a multi-purpose washable cartridge filter, disposable a 76 litre collection bag and locking front castors.


Jamie Dickinson Key Account Manager at Reintec part of the


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• Outsourcing Support (Sourcing & Procurement)


• Interim Facilities Management • Facilities Management Mentoring


• Asset Management/Facilities Management Processes


Peter Gagg, Managing Director of MCP, comments: “Phil joins us at an exciting time as we build on our existing success in what is becoming an increasingly important business stream for us. His engineering background and experience of working with both demand and supply side within the industry were exactly what we were looking for.”


MCP has been involved in assessing and improving asset management performance for over twenty-five years and is currently focusing on helping its clients to align with the ISO 55000 series of Asset Management standards.


Peter continued: “MCP offers an intelligent approach to facilities management that reduces costs for clients.”


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HSS Hire Group said “We have supplied Heathrow Airport with a SkyVac system for high level cleaning inside and outside terminal buildings. SkyVac has been very supportive providing demonstrations and support to ensure the right specification for our client. As a nationwide supplier of cleaning equipment we are proud to have SkyVac as a chosen supplier.”


Airports are the first and last impressions visitors have of Britain so they must be good – spotless, hygienic, well cared for premises that are pleasant to spend time in. Heathrow’s team is continuously cleaning floors, walls and all high levels throughout the day. The SkyVac kit has eliminated the expense and safety issues for staff and visitors relating to the use of scaffolds or cherry pickers. High level cleaning from ground level with SkyVac’s carbon fibre poles is very easy, safe and cost efficient – allowing for it to be done faster and more frequently for far less cost.


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