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Lack of integration threatens UK's sustainable buildings

The construction sector must avoid the 'silo effect' and work together to deliver the UK's sustainable buildings, says a new report launched at the House of Lords. 
 27 Mar 2009

Andrew Sykes makes Blerk top sales man

HVAC hire specialist Andrew Sykes Hire has appointed Charles Van Blerk as the head of national accounts for its heating, cooling and air conditioning division. 
 26 Mar 2009

Want to work for OZ? Trades needed down under

Australia is still asking British construction workers to apply for visas to work down under. 
 26 Mar 2009

MP tells government to enact 'blacklist' act to protect H&S

Labour MP Michael Clapham has urged the government to protect H&S by using its clout as a client to stop firms that use blacklists from getting public sector work. 
 25 Mar 2009

Priva GM named businesswoman of the year

Meiny Prins, the general manager of Dutch firm Priva, has received a businesswoman of the year award at The Hague. 
 25 Mar 2009

Geberit unveils its HQ in Warwick

Swiss piping and sanitation specialist Geberit has unveiled its Warwick headquarters and training academy. 
 25 Mar 2009

LSC's CEO steps down following FE failings

The Learning and Skills Council's chief executive Mark Haysom has stepped down with immediate effect, following difficulties faced by his further education college rebuilding programme. 
 24 Mar 2009

Ceres Power secures fuel cell manufacturing base

A Horsham building has been secured by alternative energy group Ceres Power as a UK base for the manufacture of fuel cells for its CHP programme with British Gas. 
 23 Mar 2009

Sabien Technology becomes controls supplier for capital

Sabien Technology's M2G boiler load optimiser has won it approved supplier status to help cut London's carbon emissions. 
 23 Mar 2009

Crunch time brings branch time for BSS Industrial

The recession has not stopped pipeline and heating supplier BSS Industrial from investing in a new trade counter in Portsmouth. 
 20 Mar 2009

Skerritt picks Horton for CEO job

Nottingham M&E contractor Skerritt has hired the former md of Powerminster Gleeson Services to the post of CEO. 
 20 Mar 2009

Forget nursery tales, this council votes for straw bales

The first little pig may have come a cropper when he chose straw as a building material, but planning permission has been granted to construct the first council houses in the UK with straw. 
 20 Mar 2009

New contract wins boost Kershaw

New contract wins have been announced by specialist mechanical and electrical contractor Kershaw Mechanical Services. 
 19 Mar 2009

Cofathec and Elyo merger leads to Cofely name

Cofely is the name of GDF Suez's new energy and facilities services company formed by the merger of Cofathec and Elyo. 
 18 Mar 2009

Spanish officials say Ola! to Merton Rule

Representatives from Madrid, Catalonia, San Sebastian and Valladolid have visited Merton council officials to discuss the merits of the renewable energy planning policy the Merton Rule and the future of monitoring carbon dioxide emissions. 
 18 Mar 2009

Gas Safe Register gears up to go live

Gas Safe Register is the official gas safety body in Great Britain and the Isle of Man from April 1 and it is gearing up to let everyone know that the Corgi gas register is on the way out. 
 18 Mar 2009

Inside job -Prisoners are fans of installation work

Training the installers of the future is underway in all corners of the UK including HMP Wolds -a category C prison which has been supplied with Polypipe fans to run an electrical course. 
 17 Mar 2009

Parliament to consider barring blacklisters from public works

Ministers in parliament will be urged to bar contractors linked to a construction industry blacklist from public works. 
 17 Mar 2009

Air Conditioning Accessories made Sanyo distributor

Sanyo Air Conditioners has appointed Air Conditioning Accessories as a distributor. 
 16 Mar 2009

ENVIRON becomes Carbon Trust assessor

Four specialists at global consultancy firm Environ have been accredited as assessors for the Carbon Trust standard, making them four of only 25 assessors in the country. 
 16 Mar 2009
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