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ARGI chair criticises CORGI's actions

In comments made to Heating and Ventilating Review, the chair of the Association of Registered Gas Installers (ARGI) has criticised CORGI's record and is publicly backing CIPHE's 'immoral' claim. 
 26 Jan 2009

CORGI hits back at CIPHE's 'immoral' claim

A war of words has broken out between the Chartered Institute of Plumbing & Heating Engineering and CORGI, which has been called 'immoral' by CIPHE which says installers are being persuaded to pay for CORGI branding to avoid losing business. 
 22 Jan 2009

Balfour Kilpatrick appoints managers for East

M&E firm Balfour Kilpatrick hopes to strengthen its business development and bid processes in the east of England by appointing two new managers for the region. 
 20 Jan 2009

165 more UK jobs go at Wavin

Plastic pipe supplier Wavin is shedding 165 more jobs from its UK workforce. 
 20 Jan 2009

EU red tape threatens regeneration

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Councils are getting tied up in EU bureaucracy, putting vital regeneration projects at risk says the British Property Federation (BPF). 
 20 Jan 2009

Baxi's Neville promotes 'carbon ease for our time'

Neville Small has joined Baxi commercial division as business development manager for Andrews Water Heaters & Potterton Commercial. 
 19 Jan 2009

Ormandy buys Aquatherm Sales

The Bradford-based Ormandy Group has bought Aquatherm Sales UK - the exclusive supplier of Aquatherm plastic piping systems. 
 19 Jan 2009

ATCO Consulting bought by Hurley Palmer Flatt

Hurley Palmer Flatt has bought Glasgow-based building services firm ATCO Consulting for an undisclosed sum. 
 19 Jan 2009

1,000 new jobs in Bosch HQ plans

One thousand new jobs could be created if heating manufacturer Bosch Thermotechnology gets the thumbs up to build a new head office to expand its manufacturing, distribution, R&D and training facilities. 
 15 Jan 2009

Kem Edwards selects regional managers

M&E supplier Kem Edwards has appointed two regional account managers at its new branches in Bristol and Manchester. 
 14 Jan 2009

Balfour Beatty reports strong growth in 2008

Balfour Beatty has reported strong growth in 2008 in the building sector, in a trading update published on January 14. 
 14 Jan 2009

Industry gears up for next week's Manchester HEVAR

Tony Bowen, Mike Nankivell, Andy Neave and Nic Wincott are the heat pump speakers joining HVAC professionals at Manchester HEVAR on January 28-29. 
 14 Jan 2009

Eighteen firms named as BSF advisors

Eighteen firms have been picked as technical advisors to help deliver the Building Schools for the Future programme (BSF). 
 13 Jan 2009

Wolseley uncovers insulation talks at SBC

Wolseley’s Sustainable Building Center (SBC) in Leamington Spa, is hosting insulation seminars for installers. 
 12 Jan 2009

Construction figures count on a 2012 recovery

The construction sector may be predicted to recover in 2012, but even by 2013, the sector will not have sufficiently recovered to hit the growth levels enjoyed in 2007, says the Construction Products Association. 
 12 Jan 2009

CIBSE reveals energy assessors' conclusions

Most property professionals who require commercial energy performance certificates are most concerned about getting the cheapest standard certificate, say energy assessors in a CIBSE report. 
 8 Jan 2009

Brown's 100,000 jobs pledge slammed by construction body

Gordon Brown has announced 100,000 UK jobs will be created to ease the economic downturn, but the construction industry is demanding more action and less political point scoring. 
 7 Jan 2009

Lochinvar's champion powerlifter gets gold

Water and boiler manufacturer Lochinvar has helped a British sportsman achieve a world championship gold medal. 
 7 Jan 2009

Dimplex heatpumps make the grade in Ealing schools

Ealing council's decision to use Dimplex ground source heat pump at a new school has produced good results, prompting the council to install heatpumps at three more schools in the area. 
 7 Jan 2009

Laing O'Rourke pays £90,000 for safety failure

Laing O'Rourke Construction must pay nearly £100,000, after one of its employees, William Taylor, fell more than three metres during the construction of concrete stairs in an apartment block. 
 7 Jan 2009
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