14 February 2020 | Facilitate Team
Our selection of workplace and facilities management announcements made this week.
APPOINTMENT: Independent caterer Houston & Hawkes has appointed David Steel as its director of food. Steel joins from Bartlett Mitchell where he was chef director for business development. Read the full article here.
APPOINTMENT: Amey has appointed Nick Maggs business director for its utilities power business. Maggs has worked for Amey since 2013 and has held a number of senior management positions for Enterprise, which was acquired by Amey in 2013, and has worked as development director and managing director for its power business.
REBRAND: Real estate finance specialists ASK has announced a strategic rebrand to continue the growth of the ASK platform as a high-value bespoke funding solution for property entrepreneurs and as an alternative direct line of sight investment opportunity for family offices and high net worth investors.
APPOINTMENTS: Compass Group UK & Ireland has made several appointments to its executive team. Ian Cranna joins as chief marketing officer in the UK and executive team; Charlie Brown has been appointed managing director of Chartwells, the company's education business; and Sarah Sergeant joins the UK and Ireland executive team as finance director. Read the full article here.
APPOINTMENT: Building services provider J S Wright has appointed Ashley Batty mechanical project manager in its project management team. Batty will be based at the company's Birmingham headquarters and will manage all the mechanical aspects of mechanical and electrical services projects. Read the full article here.
PARTNERSHIP: The Institute of Hospitality (IoH) has announced a new partnership with Amadeus to provide data-driven insight to IoH members. It will help IoH members strengthen their revenue strategies and deliver exceptional customer experiences.
SOCIAL VALUE: Wates Group has signed BuildForce's Veteran Alliance Charter, designed to support ex-service personnel enter into sustainable employment in the construction industry. Wates will work in partnership with BuildForce to help Armed Forces personnel make decisions about their future careers.