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Tony and Steve Smith celebrating with staff.

SBS celebrating success

Smith Brothers Stores recently held an event to celebrate its staff and the roll they play in businesses success. The event took place at the East Midlands Conference Centre on the June 29.... 
 15 Aug 2019
Tony Gitting, Rinnai UK

Rinnai celebrates centenary

Rinnai is globally celebrating its first 100 years of manufacture by serving its customers with a three-year period of planned anniversary related events to connect to the start of the company’s next centenary.... 
 15 Aug 2019
Director general ISA, H.E Mr Upendra Tripathy with Toby Peters, professor in cold economy, University of Birmingham.

University of Birmingham and ISA heat things up

The International Solar Alliance (ISA) and the University of Birmingham are working together to help farmers in ‘sun-rich’ countries make the most of chilled food distribution systems powered by solar and solar-hybrid solutions.... 
 15 Aug 2019
Left to right: Martin Holt, Stroma’s group chief executive with NAPIT’s group chief executive, Mike Andrews.

NAPIT takes on Stroma Installer Certification

NAPIT has acquired Stroma’s Installer Certification Limited. The acquisition will result in NAPIT taking over and operating the Stroma installer activities in the building services and building fabric sectors.... 
 15 Aug 2019
MP Michelle Donelan visits Wavin Chippenham site.

MP visits Wavin Factory

Wavin welcomed local MP Michelle Donelan to its Chippenham site this week, where it shared progress on its ongoing investment in the manufacturing facility and commitment to the local economy.... 
 15 Aug 2019
Switch2 Energy Heat Interface Unit technology is used in achieving heat network optimisation.

Switch2 Energy celebrates success with Fife Council

Switch2 Energy is celebrating double success following seven contract wins from the Fife Council Heat Metering & Billing Services Framework, along with news that it has been approved to supply an extended range of heat network services and ... 
 15 Aug 2019
Viessmann has extended its sponsorship of Huddersfield Town Football Club.

Viessmann scores hat trick at Huddersfield Town

Viessmann has extended its sponsorship of Huddersfield Town Football Club for the 2019/20 season.... 
 15 Aug 2019

Engineering services cautiously optimistic

A recent sector-wide Building Engineering Business Survey shows that sector growth remained steady in the second quarter of 2019 in the face of rising costs and persistent payment issues.... 
 15 Aug 2019

Expansion of UK renewables manufacturer to create over 150 new jobs

Kensa Heat Pumps has commenced construction of a new 900m2 manufacturing and office facility on its current site at the former Mount Wellington Mine in Cornwall.... 
 15 Aug 2019

BESA calls to delay VAT changes

The Building Engineering Services Association (BESA) joined with key industry bodies, collectively representing thousands of construction companies, in a letter to the Chancellor of the Exchequer Sajid Javid, calling on the government to delay the ... 
 15 Aug 2019
Toshiba new CPDs are approved by CIBSE.

Toshiba launches new CPD programme

Toshiba Air Conditioning has launched a new Continuous Professional Development (CPD) programme for consultants, installers and end-users wishing to update their knowledge on key technical and legislative topics.... 
 25 Jul 2019
Members of Fujitsu and TQ Environmental at Hollins Hall Golf and Country Club.

Fujitsu and TQ Environmental hold golf event

Fujitsu General Air Conditioning UK and TQ Environmental Gas Detection Specialists, have teamed up to hold their first annual golf day at Hollins Hall Golf and Country Club.... 
 25 Jul 2019

ECA issues five-point plan for new government

A plan for the new government to improve the UK’s built environment has been set out by leading engineering services body ECA. The proposals include reforming cash retentions, reducing false self-employment, and preventing the use of unskilled ... 
 25 Jul 2019
The J S Wright team celebrate at the end of their successful Snowdonia charity challenge: from left to right, back row, Simon Newland, Phil Leech, John Stevenson, Matt Coy, Ryan Quinlan, Gerry Rea, John Heggs, Julie Wilcox, Alan Whyte and Jamie Dove; and front row, Lucy Heggs and Chris Lyons

J S Wright team takes on Snowdonia Challenge

A team from Birmingham-based J S Wright has completed an arduous physical challenge through Snowdonia – raising more than £10,000 for charity.... 
 25 Jul 2019
EnviroVent offers home health checks.

Praise for NICE guidance

UK ventilation manufacturer EnviroVent has praised the NICE (National Institute of Health & Care Excellence) draft guidance on reducing indoor air pollution and improving air quality in homes.... 
 25 Jul 2019
The Bystronic Xact Smart 100.

Elta Fans improves services with new machinery

Elta Fans’ Applied Technology division has invested in two new machines for its specialist production plant in Fareham, Hampshire.... 
 25 Jul 2019
Boris Johnson, new UK Prime Minister.

New prime minister has chance to transform buildings

The new government team led by Boris Johnson has an unprecedented opportunity to dramatically shift policy on the built environment and deliver higher standards of safety, sustainability and social justice, according to the Building Engineering ... 
 25 Jul 2019
The Coventry Resource Centre for the Blind.

Spirotech supports resource centre for the blind

Spirotech has gifted a SpiroCross water conditioning unit to the Coventry Resource Centre for the Blind in support of the charity’s plans to develop a central hub for services for the visually impaired.... 
 25 Jul 2019
The Crystal, London, one of the world

‘Future of Comfort’ roundtable sets out vision for renewable heating

Vaillant has hailed the success of its recent roundtable discussion on the future of heating provision in the UK. Bringing together installers, media and influential figures from leading trade associations, the event was a wide-ranging debate on ... 
 25 Jul 2019
Paul Rose, chief executive of OFTEC.

Changes to energy efficiency standards could affect rural landlords

Minimum Energy Efficiency Standard (MEES) regulations for privately rented homes in England and Wales are a vital step towards tackling fuel poverty and carbon reduction but could prove a major financial challenge for landlords to meet, especially ... 
 25 Jul 2019
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