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BGES welcomes new member to management team
BGES, one of the largest independent building management system providers in the UK, has appointed a new business and governance manager.
How to use building controls to ensure a safe post-Covid-19 office environment
Graeme Rees, VP of the Building Controls Industry Association (BCIA), discusses the efficient management of buildings post-Covid-19.
UK Government announces six-month extension to Non-Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive projects
The UK is giving even more breathing room to companies taking advantage of the Non-Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (NDRHI) scheme.
J S Wright apprentice wins top training award
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…
Priva welcomes re-occupation of buildings guidance from CIBSE
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 becomes CIBSE patron
Aermec UK, manufacturer of air handers, chillers and heat pumps, is supporting the building services industry by becoming a CIBSE patron.
BSRIA publishes new edition of BG29: Pre-Commission Cleaning of Pipework Systems
BSRIA has announced the publication of a new edition of its guide on pre-commission cleaning of pipework systems.
Industry supports NHS Nightingale hospital at London ExCeL
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 awarded £11m contract for Castle Park View
J S Wright has secured a contract of around £11 million to fit out a new energy efficient housing development in Bristol.
REHAU smart controls meet underfloor heating demand
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.