Mitie

Mitie pulls out of M&E

Mitie Group is closing down its mechanical and engineering contracting business to concentrate on higher margin markets.

MITIE wins contract with A2Dominion Housing

MITIE has won a four year contract valued at £7m per annum with A2Dominion Group.

A2Dominion forms joint ventures to deliver repair works

Housing provider A2Dominion has formed two joint venture companies (JVs) to provide responsive repairs and void works valued at more than £150m over the next 10 years to its 34,000 properties across London and the South East.

MITIE chosen as Green Deal partner for the National Landlords Association

MITIE has been appointed by the National Landlords Association (NLA) as its exclusive Green Deal installer.

MITIE wins facilities management contract with Sky

Outsourcing and energy services company MITIE has secured a contract to provide integrated facilities management (FM) for British Sky Broadcasting Group (Sky).

MITIE wins repair and maintenance contract with Golding Homes

MITIE has been awarded a ten-year repair and maintenance contract with Golding Homes housing association.

MITIE secures £26m contract with the City of London Corporation

MITIE has secured a five-year repair and maintenance contract with the City of London Corporation, which provides local authority services to the Square Mile business district, supports the financial services sector and runs many other of London’s iconic facilities.

MITIE wins £10.5m design and build contract

MITIE’s Built Environment business has won a design and build contract worth £10.5m with Eastgate Holdings, at 8 Fenchurch Place, in the heart of the City of London.

MITIE signs facilities management deal with Lloyds

MITIE has agreed a transformational partnership to deliver facilities management services for Lloyds Banking Group. The contract, signed for a five year term, has a possible one year extension period and an expected value of approximately £155m per annum.

MITIE appoints new national social housing director

Outsourcing and energy services company MITIE, has appointed Peter Griffin as its new social housing director with responsibility for consolidating its existing social housing offering under a unified national business.

Mitie exceed expectations

Support services provider Mitie has delivered half year results better than market expectations.

Mitie offers more guidance

Maintenance firm Mitie says trading is developing in line with expectations, with a small rise in first-half revenue to be followed by a stronger second half, it said today.

Mitie profits rise

Support services specialist Mitie reported a 11% rise in full-year profits today.

Mitie trades in line

Support services company Mitie said it was seeing good growth second half of the year, despite a further slowing in the housing sector.

Mitie group impress

The Mitie Group dispelled some of the gloom surrounding the sector today, reported a strong set of half-year results.

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2016-07-05 10:05

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2016-07-01 10:06

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2016-06-28 12:48

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2016-06-15 15:36

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2016-06-08 10:21

The UK’s European Union referendum is proving to be a hugely divisive topic with the population split between leaving and staying. A potential Brexit on June 23 could have far-reaching consequences throughout almost every aspect of life from house prices to immigration policies. But what would leaving the EU mean for the construction sector? Those working in the industry give Builder & Engineer magazine their views.

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