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Danfoss has launched its innovative NovoCon digital actuator – a multi-functional actuator that makes it possible to connect a HVAC system to the Building Management System (BMS) via the BACnet communications protocol – adding advanced levels of ...
The introduction of new heat network standards, developed in partnership between the Association of Decentralised Energy (ADE) and Chartered Institute of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE), has been ...
BSRIA disappointed that energy-saving materials no longer qualify for reduced rate VAT The European Court of Justice (ECJ) has ruled that the UK has failed to comply with the VAT Directive as it has applied a reduced rate of VAT to the supply and ...
Reliable sources of energy remain a world-wide subject of geopolitical anxiety but a successful British trial that converts rainwater into the ultimate renewable resource could alter the entire international picture....
Space Airconditioning, the Guildford based Daikin Distributor is celebrating its 35th anniversary. Founder and Managing Director, Neil Afram commented. “We have always felt privileged to represent the UK technical sales arm of Daikin, arguably the ...
Hitachi Air Conditioning Europe SAS is continuing to expand its customer service offering with the appointment of a new Applications and Technical Support Engineer for Ireland, Robin Chandler. Robin joins Hitachi’s Dublin office from award-winning ...
Drawing on the expertise of sponsors Airflow Developments, The National Training Group (NTG) has released a new Ventilation Learning Guide, which explains the importance of ventilation and best practice principles for those specialising in the ...
Peter Rimmer, head of employment affairs and skills with the Building & Engineering Services Association (B&ES), has completed 25 years’ service.In marking this milestone, president Jim Marner thanked Mr Rimmer for the valuable contribution ...
The government’s decision to abandon plans for achieving zero carbon homes by 2016 – a policy that will also be applied to non-domestic properties – has significant implications for the HVAC industry, says the Industrial and Commercial Energy ...
When the Hebburn Eco Centre needed to replace its 20-year-old ground source heating, the building's owners turned to a cascade air source heat pump system from Mitsubishi Electric.Designed and built by Groundwork South Tyneside and Newcastle (STAN) ...
AMP Air, the independent air conditioning specialist, is investing in new training facilities and expanding its technical team to support growth.
Armstrong Fluid Technology’s sustainability initiative – Planet Proposition – is celebrating a successful second year, with significant energy savings achieved via its HVAC solutions, solid progress towards its key operational environmental goals ...
J & E Hall has appointed two new managers in its Manchester and Midlands service centres.
Pipe and Climate Center has opened a new, purpose-built branch and fabrication facility in Basildon, Essex.
B&ES past president Brian Townsend has become only the eighth person in the association’s 111-year history to be awarded its Distinguished Service Award.
BSRIA has issued a statement in response to David Cameron’s recent announcement on plans to tackle the gender pay gap “within a generation”.
Toshiba recently hosted an event at its Plymouth facility giving leading consultants and engineers an insight into the latest developments in air conditioning technology.
B&ES Publications has launched a new, first of its kind, guide to off-site construction, supported by the trade association Buildoffsite.
Hamworthy Heating has named Russ Walliss as the new area sales manager for Central Southern England.
ADEY sales manager Ben Garrett is stepping into the ring for a charity boxing match on 19 July.
According to newly elected B&ES president Jim Marner, a key role of the Building & Engineering Services Association (B&ES) is to help its members to face up to the challenges of the marketplace and to turn them into business opportunities.
Warmafloor has opened a new office in Doncaster.
Fernox has been welcomed into the membership of the Industrial and commercial Energy Association (ICOM), joining a number of other water treatment specialists within the group.
The Building & Engineering Services Association (B&ES) has elected Jim Marner as president for 2015/16.
ICS Cool Energy has appointed Neil Gibbs as group HR director.
BR Network says that during the first five months of 2015 its Resource Centre has delivered projects with a combined value of more than £1 billion to specialist sub-contractors in the construction industry.
BSRIA has appointed Raphael Chalogany as new business development manager for its North American Market.
According to the Construction Products Association’s latest State of Trade Survey for the second quarter of 2015, construction product manufacturers’ sales increased for the ninth consecutive quarter, driven by growth in all key areas of the UK market, together with a rise in export demand.
A builder from Suffolk has been fined after carrying out illegal and dangerous gas and electrical work at a home in Ringshall.
The Building & Engineering Services Association (B&ES) has named Paul McLaughlin as its new chief executive.
The Construction Industry Summit: Government and Industry Working Together is a major two day event in the 2015 construction industry calendar, taking place in London on 8-9 September at Grange, St Paul’s Hotel, in Central London.
Following some recent changes to changes to the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) by the Department of Energy and Climate (DECC), RegenSW has highlighted some of what it considers to be the most important elements.
Following Chancellor George Osborne’s budget announcement yesterday (8 July) BEAMA’s independent campaign, Ask for Underfloor, says there was a lack of positive news for the renewable and green economy.
The Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR) has become an associate member of the Construction Industry Council (CIC).
According to research conducted by UK Construction Week in partnership with BRE, three quarters of construction professionals do not believe the industry is ready to meet mandatory BIM Level 2 requirements by 2016.
BSRIA is backing a report by the Committee on Climate change that calls for an urgent action plan to deliver low-carbon heat and energy efficient homes.
According to the latest Markit/CIPS UK Construction PMI published on 2 July, the construction sector saw output growth grow at its fastest level for four months in June, following a 22-month low recorded in April.
Michael Power has joined the team developing Gibbons Ultraviolet Solutions.
Staff from Waterloo Air Products have successfully completed a cycle ride from Belgium to London, to raise funds for Walking with the Wounded.
Staff from GDL Air Systems are taking part in a charity bike ride to raise as much money as possible for three charities: Cancer Research UK, Meningitis Now and the Leeds Teaching Hospitals Charitable Foundation Liver Transplant Unit.
Held in June, Fläkt Woods reports that its second Energy Efficiency Symposium was a resounding success, with more than 50 guests attending the event at the Building Centre in London.