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GSH Group

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GSH Group develops technology to measure performance of mobile engineering teams

Facilities and energy management company GSH Group has made a significant investment in its IT systems, to ensure the continuing effectiveness of mobile engineering teams


EXCLUSIVE Green strategies to help FMs

Several experts talk about environmentally friendly or green strategies that can help facilities managers overcome the immense challenges they face with respect to being sustainable in the workplace.


Future savings based on CSI Energy!

In a bid to make energy management a more scientific and reliable activity, GSH has focussed on a new service. Tim Fryer spoke to the company’s Associate Director of Energy, Aneysha Minocha about how the offering works


Keeping cool about energy

Tim Fryer asked a number of organisations what were the considerations involved in running and specifying HVAC. In general the answer had little to do with creating the right office environment. Of far more importance was how much energy the system used.


No NAGging doubts about energy contract

The National Australia Group (NAG), one of the world's largest financial services groups, has extended its energy and technical services contract with GSH to 2020 in a deal worth over £100 million.


GSH extend scope with Fujitsu

Fujitsu UK has extended the scope of its existing contract with energy and facilities management company GSH and increased its term for a further five years.


Still time to reduce CRC impact

The aim of the CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme is to reduce carbon emissions. However, compliance to it can be a cost-effective business, as Nigel Larkman explains