Features

  • Over 12,500 electricians needed for new technology skills demand

    By Sarah on April 26, 2019
    A new labour market report on the electrotechnical industry has estimated that between 12,500 and 15,000 additional skilled electricians will be needed over the next five years to accommodate forecasted growth.  Within this figure, the research suggests that even if an extra 5000 new apprentices qualified by 2023 (representing a 33% increase), this would still leave a shortfall of 7,500-10,000 […]
  • Rehau to exhibit range of solutions at Tall Buildings Conference

    By Sarah on April 23, 2019
    Polymer pipework specialist Rehau will be exhibiting a range of products at this year’s Tall Buildings Conference, taking place on April 30 in London.  The conference is set to explore the unique challenges that tall buildings present, from design through to construction, attracting developers, local authorities, architects, investors and planners. The event will also showcase innovative design and building technology […]
  • Fujitsu Open Day 2019

    By Sarah on April 11, 2019
    On 1st May 2019, Fujitsu General Air Conditioning UK will open its doors at its head office in Elstree and invite you to take a look at the inner workings of one of the industry’s most trusted brands. Be the first to hear Fujitsu’s key strategic announcements for 2019, whilst three fully equipped training rooms shall be open displaying a […]
  • Megaflo rewards puts installers first

    By Sarah on April 10, 2019
    An installer-focused loyalty-scheme from Heatrae Sadia is championing hard working individuals in the heating industry. Launched in 2017, Megaflo Rewards recognises the loyalty and dedication of heating engineers who install Megaflo cylinders. The scheme has been designed to provide ultimate functionality, with quick and easy warranty registration and instant access to Megaflo resources such as brochures, images and logos. Members […]
  • Electrician switches three decades of corporate life for entrepreneurship

    By Sarah on April 5, 2019
    With over three decades of experience in the electrical industry, Grant Bolger has started on a new journey by making the switch from corporate life to a world of entrepreneurship, with the launch of a Mr Electric franchise business covering Wakefield and its surrounding areas. A qualified electrical engineer, Grant began his career working for an electrical power utility company […]
  • Construction second most targeted industry for email fraud attacks

    By Sarah on April 4, 2019
    According to Sophos, 70% of internet users use the same password for almost all the web services they use. It therefore comes as no surprise that ‘phishing’ is such a popular and effective tool for cyber-criminals against their victims, allowing them to assume control of all accounts – whether it be social media or online banking. Phishing is a type […]
  • Schneider Electric prepares for Tottenham Hotspur’s Stadium Opening

    By Sarah on April 3, 2019
    Schneider Electric, a leader in digital transformation of energy management and automation, and the Official Stadium Energy Management Supplier to the Tottenham Hotspur’s (‘Spurs’) new state-of-the-art stadium in North London, is preparing for the official opening of this prime sports and entertainment destination for London. Working closely with Spurs and its partners during the construction, service and maintenance phases of […]
  • The City of London Corporation approves ‘The Tulip’ building

    By Sarah on April 3, 2019
    The City of London Corporation has approved an application from Foster + Partners for their development on 20 Bury Street including the adjacent land, in the City of London. The building will have a total height of 305.3 metres making it the second tallest building in Western Europe after the Shard. It was decided yesterday (2 April 2019) at the […]
  • Self-build pioneers to star in Grand Designs

    By Sarah on April 2, 2019
    Graven Hill, one of the country’s most innovative self and custom build villages, is set to appear on new Channel 4 series, Grand Designs: The Street. The six episodes will follow the stories of 10 ‘pioneers’ as they take part in the biggest self-build project the UK has ever seen. Built on former Ministry of Defence land in Bicester, Oxfordshire, […]
  • Trinity’s science parks recognised for excellence

    By Sarah on April 2, 2019
    The Trinity Group is proud to announce the short-listing of four of its science parks – Edinburgh Technopole, Hexagon Tower, the Wilton Centre and Kent Science Park – for United Kingdom Science Park Association (UKSPA) awards. These prestigious awards celebrate the achievement and activities of science parks and the impact that they, and their occupier companies, have made to local, […]