Essentia has appointed Michael Younger to lead a new interim resourcing service, building on the range of solutions we can offer our clients.
The NHS can make better use of its buildings by working more closely with other parts of the public sector and developing local estate strategies, argues Kerry Bourne, Director of Property Consultancy, in the latest issue of Adjacent Government.
Alexandra Hammond, Essentia’s Associate Director of Sustainability has been invited to speak on ‘Successful (and replicable!) implementation of effective energy management’ at The Energy Management Exhibition (EMEX) on 11th November at London Excel.
On Thursday 24th September, Essentia formally opened its new regional office at Milton Park in Abingdon. David Philliskirk, Commercial Director; Michelle Hartin, Development Director; and Mark Halstead, Deputy Director of Capital Development were all in attendance
At Essentia, we are very proud of our apprentices, many of whom remain with us as permanent employees. In this month’s edition of Health Estates Journal, Editor Jonathan Baillie reports on the different approaches taken by organisations to attract young talent, including an in-depth look at the work of our Essentia colleagues who work for Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust.
Fiona joins Essentia from AECOM where she was a Director leading the Cost Management team in the Oxford Office. Fiona is a highly experienced cost advisor having worked with both public and private clients and has over ten years specialist experience in the health sector.
Kerry Bourne, Director of Property Consultancy, states the NHS needs to change the way it has traditionally managed its property in order to support clinical care, maximise efficiencies and reduce costs in the latest issue of Adjacent Government.
With a background in both project and cost management, Mark started his career in main contracting, working in large multidisciplinary teams delivering major projects across the healthcare, life sciences and pharmaceutical sectors.
Patient-friendly designs for the New Cancer Centre at Guy’s Hospital have won a prestigious architecture award.
Today’s landmark report from the Lancet sets out clearly that public health in the UK and across the globe relies directly on the prioritisation of measures to reduce the scale of impact from climate change. It follows that for those of us working in the UK public sector, there is a need to take action to deliver on the co-benefits of a healthy climate.