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    How to maintain vacant buildings

    How to maintain vacant buildings

    Buildings are empty for various reasons; they’re temporarily unoccupied, undergoing redevelopm...

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    Ready, set, fundraise – Hemlow’s 2018 Charity

    Ready, set, fundraise – Hemlow’s 2018 Charity

    After a great year of fundraising in 2017 – we’re ready to get going again and support anoth...

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    We’re hiring Mobile and Static M&E Engineers for London/Oxford/Bucks/Berks

    We’re hiring Mobile and Static M&E Engineers for London/Oxford/Bucks/Berks

    We are looking for mobile and static M&E engineers to carry out reactive and call out PPM to HVA...

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    2017 Charity Target Doubled

    2017 Charity Target Doubled

    It was a busy 2017 at Hemlow but we still found the time to do our bit for charity. Our official cha...

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    Solving #21stcenturyproblems with M&E maintenance

    Solving #21stcenturyproblems with M&E maintenance

    Making buildings work in the 21st century with M&E maintenance requires an expert understanding ...

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    ‘Maintenance Minds’ – Jordan

    Jordan joined Hemlow in July 2017 as a Mobile Engineer, specialising in electrical engineering. We m...

    By: Jordan Baldock

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    We make buildings work as investments

    Colin our Projects Director gives us a better picture of how our Projects Department works to add va...

    By: Colin Smith

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    Keeping Critical Buildings Working

    Gary, one of our Flagship division Contract Managers, tells us how we can help our clients with cr...

    By: Gary Witt

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  • Latest Blog Post

    MEES & you – how M&E maintenance can optimise your building and reduce the impact

    MEES regulations will come into effect on 1st April 2018. Here are my thoughts on what MEES means fo...

    By: Chris Ward

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