A series of top performing firms have been shortlisted as nominees for this year’s ECA Annual Awards, following a rigorous judging process conducted by an independent panel of eight experts.
Bsria has announced the final speaker to the line-up at its flagship event – the annual briefing and lunch – Matthew Webster, head of wellbeing and futureproofing, British Land.
The concept cost is the most important consideration in business took a sharp knock following a survey of its members by Select, the electrical sector's campaigning trade body, which showed quality and service are the overriding factors.
Electricians in Reading, has been named Which? Trusted Trader of the Year 2016.
Based in Berkshire, Electricians in Reading provides a range of services to commercial and domestic clients. The firm, which was founded in 2012, is both an Electrical Contractors’ Association (ECA) member, and an Elecsa registrant.
KNX UK, the association representing the KNX standard within the UK, has announced the findings of its recent extensive survey into the size and scope of the KNX market in the UK. The results show more than 86% of respondents are anticipating growth in 2017, with 41% expecting more than a 10% increase in KNX business. The total size of the KNX market stands at approximately £10m.
Bsria test house manager, Tom Garrigan, will be a judge for the HVR Awards 2016 with the winners announced at Chelsea Harbour Hotel in London on Thursday 27 October 2016.
More than 300 started out but the quest to be crowned NICEIC and ELECSA Apprentice of the Year is now down to the final eight.
The Lighting Industry Association’s (LIA) new 12,500 sq ft purpose built Laboratories have bid successfully and are undertaking testing as part of LightingEurope’s Compliant Lighting Initiative.
Prysmian is staging a series of roadshows to demonstrate how cables that may look similar can perform very differently, highlighting the potential dangers of selecting poor quality products. The All Cables Are Not The Same (ACANTS) roadshow was launched in April, with further events planned to take place around the country over the summer.