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CIBSE set to launch 2014 Building Performance Awards

CIBSE (Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers) will launch its Building Performance Awards 2014 at British Land's London headquarters this Wednesday (3 July) from 5-7pm.
The event will offer the opportunity to find out how to enter a project, business, team, product or initiative for the 2014 Awards and get some tips on what the judges are looking for.

The categories, which are open for entries are:

· Carbon Champion of the Year
· New Build Project (value over £10 million)
· New Build Project (value under £10 million)
· Refurbishment Project (value over £5 million)
· Refurbishment Project (Value up to £5 million)
· International Project
· Building Project
· Client Energy Management
· Client
· Building Service Consultancy
· Contractor
· Collaborative Working
· Energy Saving Project
· Training for Building Performance

British Land was named Carbon Champion of the Year at the 2013 Awards, for its achievement of 60% energy performance savings across its London portfolio.

CIBSE technical director and chairman of the judging panel, Hywel Davies, will introduce Justin Snoxall, head of the business group at British Land, who will present the winning entry and explain the methods and tools the company has used to transform energy use across its estate.

To book a place at the launch event visit or for more information about the Awards visit

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1 July 2013


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