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Contractor Profile: Hot box puts AFS on tender alert

Alan Skanes’ Hot Box invention means All Four Seasons has another string to his bow when it comes to tendering for projects. Paul Braithwaite reports. 
 1 Feb 2009

Company Profile: Cooling - It's a Breezair

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Mike Sullivan, business development director of CoSaf Environments, explains evaporative cooling and tells Paul Braithwaite why the installation and running cost are hot news. 
 1 Feb 2009

Fan coils: Ability launches its commission-less fcu

Peter Lowther, managing director of Ability Projects, explains the Matrix II fan coil units and why they take the commissioning process to a whole new level. 
 1 Feb 2009

Ductwork: When cleaned should also mean safe

Alan Norman is an expert witness in court cases dealing with fires in ventilation systems. Here the managing director of ductwork cleaning company Indepth Hygiene talks about the importance of ensuring grease extract ventilation systems are kept clean. 
 1 Feb 2009

Ductwork: Law turns up the heat on system hygiene

There will be no escape for building managers who ignore the tightening health and safety laws and companies could be find up to 5% of turnover, writes Gary Nicholls. He is managing director of building services hygiene contractor Swiftclean. 
 1 Feb 2009

Ductwork: Train for the future or the future may be cancelled

Mel Hobbs of ADCAS highlights a major problem faced by the ductwork industry - and has a solution. 
 1 Feb 2009

Editorial: Capita Sets out its stall

As far as I can see, it is all good news from Capita. 
 1 Jan 2009

Legal Matters: Good News- More employment legislation to come!

Fergal Dowling, head of employment law at the Birmingham office of national law firm, Irwin Mitchell, discusses some new legislation for employers but it will be good news. 
 1 Jan 2009

Health & Safety: Miners’ lawyers betray safety culture

The appalling betrayal of coal miners by solicitors, who exploited their compensation claims, means the system will have to win back people’s confidence, says Bob Towse, head of technical and safety at the HVCA. 
 1 Jan 2009

Company Profile: Riello firing on all cylinders

HVR talks to Phil Adams, managing director of Riello, who explains how the company is staying one step ahead of the game. 
 1 Jan 2009

Contractor Profile: The importance of building services

Keith Shead, WSP’s Business unit director at the Birmingham office, talks to Paul Braithwaite about the new-found importance of the building services industry and why engineers must grasp the nettle and get used to their new status. 
 1 Jan 2009

Energy Efficiency: Brainy system cuts power use

Bow Bells, the £55M development on Cheapside, London, has energy efficiency built into its design. At the heart of this is an intelligent building management system that controls the amount of power being used. 
 1 Jan 2009

Energy efficiency: Heat recovery cuts costs

The answer to fighting energy wastage is not to reduce ventilation, argues Keith Sprague of Reznor UK, who outlines the benefits of a new breed of recuperative plate heat exchanger. 
 1 Jan 2009

Pipes and fittings: A more rounded education

Des Dolan, building services brand manager for Durapipe UK, discusses the need for more integrated training – with greater input from manufacturers – within the building services industry. 
 1 Jan 2009

Pipes and fittings: Modules right fit for the times

A new modular engineering facility is taking on the demand for off-site manufacture. And the modules are ticking the boxes when it comes to being environmentally friendly, meeting health and safety rules, and keeping deadlines 
 1 Jan 2009

Contractor Profile: More than a posh plumber

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Andrew Iveson, managing director of SIAS Building Services, teaches Paul Braithwaite some of his business philosophies – and tells him how the firm has increased its turnover from £1M to £31M 
 1 Dec 2008

Company Profile: How to beat the credit crunch

Forget the recession, Gary Webster of Smith’s Environmental Products aims to treble his business’s turn over within five years. And Paul Braithwaite, for one, has faith. 
 1 Dec 2008

Editorial: Save the world: forget climate change

Forget climate change, for many of us survival will be the order of the day. 
 1 Dec 2008

LEGAL MATTERS: Pay minimum wage or face fine of £5,000

Employers flouting the new act may be subject to an automatic fine of £5,000, writes Fergal Dowling. 
 1 Dec 2008

H&S: Prison risk for poor maintenance

Building owners, operators and contractors face a greater threat of prosecution under new health and safety laws, warns Bob Towse. The penalties will be as much as £20,000 or two years’ imprisonment. 
 1 Dec 2008
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