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Viessmann to replace UK boiler O-rings – but it takes a year

Viessmann is asking engineers to correct a potential problem concerning UK boilers found to pose a possible safety risk but it is more than a year after similiar actions were taken to correct the problem in Germany, China, the US and Canada. 
 9 Dec 2009

NG Bailey wins £5.2m college deal

Building services provider NG Bailey has been awarded a £5.2m contract by Solihull College to provide mechanical and electrical services to its Blossomfield campus development. 
 8 Dec 2009

Boiler scrappage expected in Darling's PBR

Chancellor Alistair Darling is expected to announce a new boiler scrappage scheme for Britain this week. 
 7 Dec 2009

Jim the Joiner pays price for illegal gas work

A joiner found illegally working with gas boilers while unregistered was ordered to pay more than £1,000 compensation to a customer. 
 3 Dec 2009

SFL reaps award and 24% rise in sales

SFL pre-fabricates chimneys and flues in Barnstaple and has been praised by judges of the EEF awards for its "Innovative Working Practices" which led to a 24% rise in sales. 
 3 Dec 2009

Sainsbury's sells solar panels and other heating goods

This week Sainsbury's became the only supermarket to sell solar panels, insulation, heat pumps and other renewable energy products in its stores. 
 2 Dec 2009

Soler & Palau acquires ventilation group

Ipswich-based Soler & Palau Ventilation group has bought Kruger Asia Holdings, a Pan-Pacific based leading manufacturer of commercial and industrial ventilation products. 
 2 Dec 2009

Mandelson pledges £4.5m to double apprenticeships

Some £4.5m in funding has been ring-fenced by the government specifically for apprenticeships and trainees in the engineering construction sector. 
 2 Dec 2009

Loss-hit MSS buys a slice of building services pie

Managed Support Services, formerly Worthington Nicholls, has made its first major building services acquisition by buying Redhill m&e firm Status Building Services. 
 1 Dec 2009

LUCKINSlive reaches out to building services sector

The building services industry can now access Amtech's newly-launched website, which it hopes will become the largest single source of information on 750,000 products. 
 30 Nov 2009

BSS Group expects challenging market throughout 2010

“I am pleased to report that revenue and earnings of the group have held up well” said Gavin Slark, group chief executive of the BSS Group, a distributor to specialist trades, which announced its interim results. 
 27 Nov 2009

Transforming Technologies' speakers announced

Mike Creamer, managing director of Business Edge, will discuss "Practical field performance analysis of acr systems" and is one of the speakers at London's Transforming Technologies conference on March 3, 2010. 
 27 Nov 2009

Paul Morrell announced as chief construction advisor

The government has appointed Paul Morrell OBE to the role of chief construction adviser. 
 24 Nov 2009

Systemair acquires Indian ventilation firm

Systemair has agreed to acquire the Indian ventilation company Ravistar for an undisclosed sum. 
 24 Nov 2009

OFT publishes findings on 103 construction firms fined £129M

The Office of Fair Trading (OFT) has published the findings of its investigation into 103 construction firms fined £129.2M for bid-rigging. 
 23 Nov 2009

VAT cut to 5% will save sector jobs says new report

A 5% VAT rate on repairs and maintenance to domestic property is justified by the construction jobs it would save and the improved energy efficiency it would bring to the UK housing stock, says a new report commissioned by Repairing Britain campaigners. 
 20 Nov 2009

Construction firm failures drop in Q3

Some 106 construction firms went into administration in Q3 2009, according to data issued by the Insolvency Service. 
 18 Nov 2009

Carbon monoxide week highlights prosecutions and death rate fall

It is carbon monoxide awareness week (November 16-20) and while the Health and Safety Executive highlights prosecutions in 2008/9 against those who breached gas rules, a Corgi Trust's report highlights a fall in the number of CO-related deaths. 
 18 Nov 2009

Local government suppliers exposed to postcode lottery

The average time UK councils take to pay invoices to suppliers is almost double the 10-day target the government set it one year ago, but results varies widely from region to region. 
 13 Nov 2009

Trox UK gets new MD

After 14 years as managing director of Trox UK, David Leatherbarrow has left the manufacturer and the md job has been taken up by Ludger Bökmann, head of International Business for the Trox group. 
 13 Nov 2009
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