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  • AIMTEQ COMPLETES BMS INSTALLATION AT £10.8M BAE LOGISTICS CENTRE

    By BSEE on November 23, 2017
    Aimteq has completed the successful installation of a Schneider BMS (building management system) at a new £10.8 million Defence Logistics Centre for BAE Systems. The project, which was awarded to Aimteq by M&E contractor, Murray Building Services, provides easy and precise control of functions such as domestic hot water (DHW), radiant heating and the site’s cold store for the storage […]
  • Luceco Stadium Floodlights At Bristol Fruit Market

    By BSEE on November 21, 2017
    Luceco has supplied specialist LED floodlighting to Bristol Fruit Market. Based in St Phillips Marsh, buyers from local businesses have access to the finest fresh produce from around the globe.  The installation was carried out by Commercial & Industrial Electrical Contractors, Quipex based in Bristol.  Tristan Brady said, “the client required enhanced lighting levels but looked to reduce running costs, […]
  • Places at the Building Services Forum are going fast: Book yours now

    By BSEE on November 21, 2017
    The countdown has begun!  It’s time to book your place for the Building Services Forum – ask yourself these two questions Is your business protected from cyber-attacks? Legislation is changing now – are you ready? If the answer to either of these questions is no – you cannot miss this one day event! Held on the 8th February 2018 at […]
  • Saniflo launches Kinedo Kinesmart

    By BSEE on November 7, 2017
    Saniflo – the UK’s leading designer and manufacturer of macerators, pumps and shower cubicles – has added a range of shower enclosures to its Kinedo portfolio, the Kinesmart. The new range addresses a variety of modern-day bathroom design needs and can be fitted with or without profile. Whether it’s a new bathroom, a room with limited space, a wetroom or […]
  • Saving on Building Recovery Time and Energy Costs

    By BSEE on November 6, 2017
    Which comes first? Saving energy or solving a long-term problem? How about doing them both? This facility was suffering from a high level of cold air ingress through the large loading door.  The internal temperature would drop below an acceptable level and the thermostat control activates the gas-fed heaters into operation.  The heaters then operate until the temperature reaches the […]
  • ZG Group provides a Double Act for state-of-the-art University of Lincoln Boole Technology Centre – with Thorn and Zumtobel luminaires

    By BSEE on November 3, 2017
    Thorn Lighting and Zumtobel Lighting, both part of the ZG Group, have supplied a range of fittings to the new, £6.8 million state-of-the-art Lincoln Science and Innovation Park Boole Technology Centre. Thorn and Zumtobel were chosen for the project for their ability to supply ‘fit for purpose’ luminaires for every area of the building, in addition to a full design […]
  • VIEGA LAUNCHES XL ADDITION TO ITS MEGAPRESS RANGE

    By BSEE on November 3, 2017
    Viega has extended its unique range of Megapress press connections with an innovation engineered for larger thick walled steel pipework. The new cold applied Megapress XL system is safer, cleaner and delivers time savings of up to 80% when compared with welding. Megapress XL allows thick walled steel tube with diameters between 2½ and 4 inches to be press connected. […]
  • Not all tubes are the same

    By BSEE on November 3, 2017
    Therefore, to avoid being supplied the wrong product, it is vital that tubes for building services pipework are correctly specified at time of ordering, and that purchasing documentation and stock is checked to ensure you receive exactly what you have ordered. This is especially important if a Tata Steel hot finished, GH grade (GH=Get Hot), fully CE certified, traceable and […]
  • Low carbon symposium marks opening of SAV Systems’ Edinburgh office

    By BSEE on November 3, 2017
    The official opening of SAV Systems’ low carbon energy centre in Manor Place, Edinburgh in September was marked by a symposium on the application of low carbon, energy-efficient technologies. The event featured a number of presentations mixed with lively and informative discussion. SAV’s thanks go to the consulting engineers, contractors and local authority specifiers who attended, as well as our […]
  • Rittal Cloud Computing CPD Seminars

    By BSEE on November 3, 2017
    Rittal Ltd has just launched a new Cloud Computing accredited seminar as part of its highly-respected Continuing Professional Development (CPD) series. The seminar on Cloud Computing & Software Defined Data Centres looks at the impact cloud computing has had across the industry. It will explore how the cloud enables better management, and improved analysis, of data, along with shared access […]