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Free trial shows benefits of connected boiler control

Housing associations and social housing providers are being offered a free trial of a new technology from Vericon Systems to see first hand the financial and operational benefits of monitoring a boiler’s health and status remotely.... 
 27 May 2020
 CPA’s economics director, Noble Francis

Construction output sees sharpest fall on record

Total construction output in Great Britain is expected to fall by 25% during 2020, according to the Construction Products Association. The anticipated decline in output is one of three scenarios for construction output examined by the CPA... 
 26 May 2020
Terry Sharp, president of the BCIA

New BCIA technical guide on impact of controls

The Building Controls Industry Association (BCIA) has released a new technical guide to add to its portfolio looking at the impact of controls on efficiency.... 
 26 May 2020
New appointee at Lochinvar James Cooper

Lochinvar appoints heat pump specialist

Heating, hot water and renewables company Lochinvar has appointed James Cooper to the new role of business development manager for heat pump technology.... 
 26 May 2020
Shaun Donaldson is congratulated on receiving his award by Paul Millington, leader of the J S Wright Apprentice Academy. The presentation took place before the COVID-19 lockdown was announced

Apprentice wins top training award

An apprentice with Birmingham-based mechanical and electrical services specialist J S Wright has won a top regional training award.... 
 26 May 2020

Condair supports humidity petition

Condair is supporting Dr Stephanie Taylor, infection control consultant at Harvard Medical School, in her petition to have the WHO review the evidence related to indoor humidity and health... 
 26 May 2020
Gary Nicholls, managing director of duct and legionella risk specialist Swiftclean

Greater focus on ventilation hygiene after lockdown

Building managers will have to pay close attention to the cleanliness of their ventilation systems in the wake of the Covid-19 lockdown, according to a group of industry experts.... 
 26 May 2020

SEC roadmap to get construction back

The Specialist Engineering Contractors’ (SEC) Group representing the largest sector (by value) in UK construction has submitted evidence to the House of Commons Business Select Committee’s inquiry into the impact of COVID-19 on businesses and ... 
 11 May 2020

Greater focus on occupant well-being will emerge from crisis

Some of the changes made by the building services sector to cope with the current COVID-19 pandemic will become permanent, according to two business leaders.... 
 11 May 2020

Installers urged to join Energy for Change campaign

Daikin, specialist in heating and climate control systems, has launched its Sustainable Home Network, an installer partnership scheme that forms an integral part of its wider Energy for Change campaign.... 
 5 May 2020
Les Littlewood has retired after 26 years

Albion's Les Littlewood retires

After 26 years at Albion Valves, and even longer within the valve industry, Les Littlewood retired from his role on the April 30.... 
 5 May 2020
Liam Sammon, director of learning & innovation & director of develop training at JTL

Helping the heroes of today; training the heroes of tomorrow

JTL, the national training provider for electrical and heating and plumbing apprenticeships, has launched a campaign to recognise and support trade professionals during this unprecedented time.... 
 5 May 2020

Aermec becomes CIBSE patron

Aermec UK, manufacturer of air handlers, chillers and heat pumps is supporting the building services industry by becoming a CIBSE patron.... 
 5 May 2020
EUA chief executive Mike Foster

Call for scrappage scheme to aid recovery

The Government should consider a new Boiler Scrappage Scheme in England to aid a post-Covid-19 economic recovery according to energy body, the Energy and Utilities Alliance, EUA.... 
 5 May 2020
Minister for Small Business Paul Scully

Minister condemns ‘David versus Goliath’ payment abuse

Too many large firms have changed their payment terms during the current COVID-19 crisis to protect themselves at the expense of smaller businesses, according to the Minister for Small Business.... 
 4 May 2020
The Nightingale Hospital on Jersey

Waterloo contributes to Nightingale Hospital on Jersey

Waterloo is providing plenums and grilles to the Nightingale Hospital on Jersey.... 
 4 May 2020
Head of REFCOM Graeme Fox

Which? puts its trust in REFCOM

Only refrigeration and air conditioning contractors who hold a REFCOM certificate will appear on the Which? Trusted Trader list from now on.... 
 1 May 2020

Engineering services bodies issue coronavirus site safety guides

Leading engineering services sector bodies BESA and ECA have jointly developed two new guides to help contractors to manage coronavirus-related issues on site.... 
 1 May 2020
CHP can provide some relief  as Climate Change Levy increases kick in

CHP can help minimise impact of Climate Change Levy increases

Energy bills for most organisations will rise following further big increases in Climate Change Levy (CCL) rates on natural gas, but combined heat and power (CHP) could provide a solution, says Hugh Richmond, chief executive of Edina.... 
 30 Apr 2020

SEC Wales calls for help for SMEs

The Specialist Engineering Contractors’ (SEC) Group Wales/Cymru – representing the largest sector (by value) in Welsh construction – has written to the First Minister, Mark Drakeford, urging him to consider more measures to help SMEs.... 
 29 Apr 2020
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