Author archive for BSEE

  • Perth school takes preventative action against winter heat failures

    By BSEE on January 17, 2020
    Letham Primary school will be cosy this winter thanks to a specially created energy cabin featuring Sime boilers. Perth and Kinross County Council approached BSH Innovative Heating Solutions, Sime preferred supplier for Northern Ireland, to design and manufacture a temporary boiler room with a bunded fuel store which would make it possible for the school to stay warm even in […]
  • MIKROFILL AT ST MARKS PRIMARY SCHOOL

    By BSEE on January 17, 2020
    St Marks C of E Primary School in Brierley Hill is a friendly and welcoming school with caring and supportive staff that continuously strives to improve the quality of education that they provide for the children. Following a dilapidation survey and re design by Dudley Metropolitan Borough Council, the decision was made to upgrade the inefficient LPHW plant. Installed by […]
  • Luceco lights Tile Cross Academy

    By BSEE on January 17, 2020
    Luceco has recently provided LED energy saving lighting for Tile Cross Academy’s new facilities.  Tile Cross Academy is part of the Washwood Heath Multi Academies’ Trust (WHMAT), a family of 7 schools, 3 Secondary and 4 Primary, serving the city of Birmingham. During the Autumn Term, Tile Cross Academy opened its £7 Million refurbishment with new sporting facilities, food, textiles […]
  • Gilberts takes data protection above and beyond- fast!

    By BSEE on January 17, 2020
    Completing a louvre screen in 50% less time than industry standard was just one of the challenges met- and exceeded- by Gilberts Blackpool for a major data centre extension project in Hertfordshire. Not only did the company and its approved installer John Campey & Sons deliver in the tight timeframe, it did so whilst maintaining the weather integrity of the […]
  • Zumtobel provide an innovative lighting solution for the new Verse Building

    By BSEE on January 17, 2020
    Luminaires from Zumtobel Lighting have provided an innovative lighting solution for the Verse Building (formerly Napier House) in Shoreditch, London. Architects BuckleyGrayYeoman, along with independent design consultancy chapmanbdsp, worked closely with Zumtobel on all stages of the project to create the perfect lighting solution.  The client’s requirement was for an efficient scheme specifically created for this application where mounting options […]
  • New Online Tool Helps Air Conditioning Designers Check Safety Compliance of R-32 Systems

    By BSEE on January 17, 2020
    Toshiba has developed an online tool that automatically checks R-32 refrigerant-based air conditioning designs for compliance with the safety requirements of European Standard EN 378. Toshiba Carrier UK Ltd (TCUK) is a joint venture between Toshiba Carrier Corporation and Carrier in the United Kingdom, and is part of Carrier, a leading global provider of innovative heating, ventilating and air conditioning […]
  • Swegon takes command of smoke control

    By BSEE on January 17, 2020
    Swegon has launched a new range of smoke control dampers. The Actionair SmokeCommand range has been introduced in response to growing demand for improvements in fire and smoke safety strategies throughout UK buildings. Swegon’s approach ensures that specifiers have all the information necessary to ensure the smoke control dampers they select meet all regulatory and product standard requirements and, crucially, […]
  • New Year. New Home for Saniflo

    By BSEE on January 17, 2020
    As one of the most recognisable brands in the plumbing sector, Saniflo has been based in an office block in South Ruislip in South West London for over 30 years with separate warehousing and showroom facilities in Bedford. Now, in time for a New Year start, the company has moved to a fantastic new facility in Watford which brings together […]
  • Lochinvar heat pumps ready for low carbon challenge

    By BSEE on January 16, 2020
    The case for installing heat pumps to provide heating and hot water solutions for commercial systems is becoming stronger and stronger, and this trend is likely to continue in 2020. Reducing carbon is the main driver but heat pump systems can also provide better efficiencies and lower fuel costs when compared with systems that are more traditional. Most of the […]
  • Grundfos play their role

    By BSEE on January 16, 2020
    With internal flexibility now a core demand of so many new building projects, the design and delivery of the new Riverside Studios in London has successfully managed to combine a range of entertainment options into a new exciting space. This new build has been carefully designed to offer a free-flowing area that can be transformed to meet a range of […]