Shaun Donaldson, who works out of JS Wright's Aston headquarters, was named mechanical engineering services apprentice of the year for the Midlands by JTL, a building services industry training provider, on the completion…
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The publication of clear guidance from the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE) on the measures that must be taken prior to the re-occupation of buildings will give building owners a clear…
Aermec UK, manufacturer of air handers, chillers and heat pumps, is supporting the building services industry by becoming a CIBSE patron.
BSRIA has announced the publication of a new edition of its guide on pre-commission cleaning of pipework systems.
Crawley-based ventilation manufacturer Vent-Axia has supplied 50 EuroSeries (ESP) fans to support the development of the new NHS Nightingale hospital at London ExCeL.
J S Wright has secured a contract of around £11 million to fit out a new energy efficient housing development in Bristol.
An overhaul in smart control technology is required if developers and installers are to meet increasing demand for efficient and adaptable building heating systems, REHAU has said.
Mark Redfern, managing director at Wieland Electric, looks at the role modular wiring plays in creating truly intelligent buildings and how it offers flexibility for the future in commercial buildings.
Karl Walker, market development manager at Beckhoff, discusses what the term “smart building” might mean from various viewpoints and explains why data is the key to a truly effective intelligent building.
A transformational decade lies ahead for building and construction. Gail Cook, global head of marcoms, Glen Dimplex Heating & Ventilation, predicts the trends that will shake up the industry.