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EDITOR’S VOICE EDITOR’S VOICE TOMORROW’S TOMORROW’S F A CI LI T I E S MANAGEMENT


Editorial Editor Ryan Lloyd ryan@opusbm.co.uk


Advertising Sales Executive Megan Nourse megan@opusbm.co.uk


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When Carillion went bust at the start of 2018, leaving many without jobs and hospitals half built, the unfavourable media spotlight that accompanied the


collapse led to myriad commentaries on what the facilities management and outsourcing industries could do to avoid such a disaster happening again.


Just over 12 months later, Interserve goes into administration; its shares rendered worthless, the company is now owned by its former lenders. Wafer


thin profit margins and poor judgement are just two of the reasons some have put forward for the company’s crisis. You can read more about the story in our brand new ‘Headline Hitters’ section, where we provide all the big contract news and updates from some of the industry’s biggest companies.


It’s that busy time of year again in the Tomorrow’s FM office where everything seems to happen at once. By the time you read this, we will have attended


the Facilities Event at the NEC, Birmingham, and no sooner will the dust have settled on that exhibition, we’ll be heading down to London in June to see the Facilities Show live in action.


With the environment secretary Michael Gove committed to ending the


production of petrol and diesel vehicles by 2040, debate around electric vehicles is hitting the mainstream. We have therefore decided to add Vehicle Logistics & Fleet Management to our forward feature output. SPIE UK and Anderson head- up this section as they debate what businesses and government can do to get serious about electric motoring.


Alongside this, we return to the world of HVAC, Security and Washrooms – old favourites that are sure to keep you reading until the next issue.


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