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Churchill wins workplace hygiene contract with Ravensbourne University London


Churchill has secured a three-year contract with Ravensbourne University London to provide cleaning services and implement its PRISM workplace hygiene programme. Churchill will provide a range of services to help the team at Ravensbourne manage bacteria scores and reduce the local Covid-19 R rate. Ravensbourne is an innovative, industry-focused university located next to the O2 […]

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Our progress on digital transformation


In 2019 Churchill embarked on a digital transformation project, Mo:dus, designed to simplify FM service delivery and facilitate enhanced ways of working with our clients. The last year has seen significant progress on our digitisation journey, with planned developments rolling out and some new innovations driven by the challenges that the coronavirus pandemic presented. Since […]

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Our progress on sustainability


At Churchill, sustainability is a fundamental aspect in all of our business decisions and a key part of the Churchill culture. In 2020 we continued with a clear focus on driving sustainable practices. As part of our sustainability efforts to date, we have: Launched #makeONEchange, a campaign to encourage employees and clients to make simple […]

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Diversity and inclusion at Churchill


Diversity and inclusion (D&I) has been thrown into the spotlight this year with many social and political movements. At Churchill, we recognise the importance and have D&I policies in place. We also recognise that policies are simply the foundation for a diverse and supportive workplace. We want to ensure that everyone at Churchill has a […]

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Churchill Environmental appoints Nick Easey as relationship director


Nick Easey has been appointed as relationship director for Churchill Environmental, the division that delivers environmental compliance services including water and air hygiene, fire, electrical and gas safety, and asbestos management. In his new role, Nick will be responsible for helping new and existing customers to develop IoT based smart building management solutions across their […]

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WellMe – Take Notice


Earlier in the year, we launched the wellbeing initiative WellMe for our Churchill colleagues. The programme consists of five pillars that are designed to promote positive mindsets, personal development, and physical and mental health awareness. These include: Be Active Keep Learning Give Back Connect Take Notice We’ve covered ‘Be Active’, ‘Keep Learning’, ‘Give Back’ and […]

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