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Building Services under the microscope at new Forum

Now is the time to snap up your ticket for The Building Services Forum – a brand new, one day educational event which gives you the opportunity to gain valuable CPD points on a whole host of topics, find out about what’s new in building services and meet like-minded professionals.

The Building Services Forum is tailored specifically for building services engineers, specifiers, facilities managers, installers, M&E consultants, building managers, contractors, architects, manufacturers and more.

And in addition to the unmissable seminar programme, experts from major manufacturers will be on hand to demonstrate and discuss their latest innovations and technology.

Widely backed by the industry, and with headline sponsorship from commercial heating specialist Remeha, the event has been organised by Datateam Business Media Ltd, in association with BSEE magazine.

Pivotal to the event is an unmissable CPD-accredited seminar programme, which will explore:

  • Protecting buildings from cyber attack
  • Energy management and procurement
  • Intelligent buildings
  • Everything you need to know about The Internet of Things
  • Future proofing buildings
  • Imminent new legislation
  • Building for wellbeing
  • Maximising efficiency with a low carbon plant room
  • Intelligent and interactive HVAC pipework

The Forum will act as a gateway to the latest ideas and thinking in this vibrant sector and as a platform for manufacturers to engage with building services professionals.

Tickets to the Building Services Forum include:

  • A full day’s CPD accredited seminar programme
  • Networking opportunities with sponsors, exhibitors and speaker companies
  • The latest product and technology innovations
  • Breakfast, lunch and refreshments
  • Break-out sessions
  • Inspiring content

BSEE Editor, Debbie Eales, comments: “Our aim is for Forum to become a regular platform for debate, discussion and innovation, providing inspiration to specifiers and installers and others involved in this important sector.”

Event organiser Jacqui Henderson, says: “From our experience of talking to manufacturers and industry professionals, it was evident there was a gap for a new platform that will allow the industry to explore the new opportunities and technology available within our sector.

“This new event will give access to an unrivalled pool of expert knowledge with the opportunity to ask questions, put forward ideas and open the debate about where building services are going in the next few years.”

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