Over 200 members of staff from Yorkshire-bsed ventilation manufacturer EnviroVent took part in a community day recently to ‘put something back’ through volunteering on projects in Harrogate, Knaresborough and Nidderdale.
BSRIA and Chelsea Football Club ‘teamed up’ when BSRIA provided an ‘Introduction to Thermography’ training day which showcased that Chelsea are experts ‘on and off the field’.
The ICOM Energy Association and the Combustion Engineering Association (CEA) have joined forces to produce a new Industrial Water Treatment Guide, an easy-to-follow guide to water treatment for steam and hot water boiler systems.
Dubai-based engineer Elie El Choufani has been awarded the 2016 Ken Dale Travel Bursary by the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE), for his plan to research airport carbon emissions.
The industry's refrigerant handling certification scheme Refcom has upgraded and relaunched its website to reflect growing demand from contractors for greater technical information and online support.
The BESA (Building Engineering Services Association) has concluded negotiations with the Unite trade union to settle new hourly rates of pay for operatives across the sector.
The Heat Pump Association (HPA) has welcomed the appointment of Theresa May as Prime Minister and the formation of the new Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Department.
Civil engineer Emily Warren Roebling and mathematician Ada Lovelace have topped a poll of the most inspiring women engineers throughout history carried out by the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE).
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Viessmann has unveiled a new Infomobile display vehicle which will demonstrate its leading-edge technologies to installers throughout Great Britain.
Building on its success in replacement components for YORK chillers, Johnson Controls HVAC Parts is to distribute Hitachi air conditioning split systems in the UK.
Gibbons Engineering Group has recruited Vivek Jagada to a HVAC business development role in response to increasing demand for its air-handling products and services.
WAGO has appointed Steve Emberton as its first building automation manager.
EOGB Energy Products, the burner solutions provider, has promoted Martin Cooke to the newly-created position of technical director.
Fernox, the chemical water treatment and filter manufacturer, has appointed Dan Osman as national OEM and business development manager.
Bitzer UK has appointed Samantha Buckell as personal assistant to managing director Kevin Glass, with particular responsibility for marketing.
BESA past presidents get distinguished service awards The Building Engineering Services Association (the BESA) has posthumously recognised past presidents Mike McCloskey and Gareth Vaughan with Distinguished Service Awards.
Worcester, Bosch Group has appointed Rob Leonard as national specification manager.
Phil Hurley, managing director at leading renewable heating manufacturer NIBE, brands the surprise decision to abolish the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) as ‘unsettling’, especially in the context of the RHI.
In his inaugural address new BESA (the Building Engineering Services Association) president Malcolm Thomson has highlighted the over-riding duty of the association to help its members face up to present and future challenges.
Jim Moore, Vaillant Group managing director, has confirmed that he will be leaving at the end of July to take on a new role outside the company.
Heating manufacturer Vokèra has launched training courses at the Gas Assessment & Training Centre (GATC) in Cardiff and at Combined Heating Services Ltd in Norwich.
Altecnic, a leading supplier of precision heating and plumbing components, has been helping to inspire the next generation of business leaders by sponsoring a competition based on the popular television show, Dragons' Den.
At its landmark 100th Council meeting last week, Construction Industry Council (CIC) members met to discuss the outcomes of the organisation’s year-long Strategic Review and agree its recommendations for the next five years.
SenerTec, the UK supplier of mini Combined Heat and Power (CHP) technology, has announced its support for the carbon reduction targets outlined by the Government last week in the fifth carbon budget.
The British Refrigeration Association has appointed John Smith, group technical director for Beijer Ref UK & Ireland, as president.
Malcolm Thomson has been elected president of the Building Engineering Services Association (the BESA) for 2016/17.
BSRIA says that following the decision for the UK to leave the EU it is ‘business as usual’ for its members and that the construction industry should remain confident and optimistic about the opportunities for existing and new industry projects.
Bitzer UK has reaffirmed its long-standing commitment to the UK market following the recent EU referendum result.
ADEY Professional Heating Solutions recently sponsored a Pro-Am golf tournament that saw a record number of competitors take part.
BESA (the Building Engineering Services Association) has boosted the funding of the Sailfree initiative at Otley Sailing Club in West Yorkshire.
Lee Coffin has been appointed as chairman of the Marketing Working Group for the Building Controls Industry Association (BCIA).
Organisations representing the engineering profession have agreed to work together to provide advice to the Government for EU negotiations following the result of the recent EU referendum.
Cooling specialist Airedale International has launched an interactive 360-degree virtual tour of its new manufacturing facility in Rawdon, Leeds.
BSRIA Instruments Solutions has presented Marflow Hydronics with the 2016 award for Investment in Training at the recent prestigious Commissioning Specialists Associations (CSA) Awards Dinner.
Boiler manufacturer ATAG Commercial has promoted Paul Martin to the position of national sales manager.
Smith’s has a new managing director, Gary Haynes, appointed by new company owners, The Swan Group.
With the popularity of Pressure Independent Control Valves (PICVs) at an all time high, it’s becoming more vital than ever that users fully understand how to optimise their true benefits.
The Construction Industry Council (CIC) has inaugurated Professor John Nolan as its new chairman at the 100th meeting of its Council Members.
Fujitsu has opened a new training centre dedicated to the air conditioning sector at its offices in Dublin.
Chelmsford-based ebm-papst UK, the manufacturer of high efficiency fan and motor products, has issued a challenge to its suppliers and the wider industry.
Young building service engineers and the companies that employ them have one month left to enter the CIBSE (Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers) Young Engineers Awards 2016, sponsored by Andrews Water Heaters.
ICOM, the Industrial & Commercial Energy Association, is again the supporting partner of the CIBSE (Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers) Building Performance Conference and Exhibition.
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As part of its ongoing investment into the commercial sector, Baxi Heating has appointed Adam Turk as managing director of its UK commercial business, which comprises Andrews Water Heaters, Potterton Commercial, Remeha and SenerTec UK.
Despite the result of the UK’s referendum decision to leave the European Union, the Heat Pump Association feels that this will have little effect on its relationship with other EU countries in terms of unified standards and other technical issues.
Panasonic has announced the appointment of Marc Overson to Panasonic Heating & Cooling, who joins the team as country manager for the UK & Ireland.
Industry bodies have reacted to the UK’s fifth carbon budget, announced in parliament by Amber Rudd, Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change, which has set out a new legally binding emissions reduction target for 2030.