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Tue, 9 Apr 2013
Mike lamb, managing director of surface heating and cooling specialist, Warmafloor, looks at ceiling cooling systems as a means of improving energy efficiency, reducing waste and, ultimately, future proofing buildings such as notoriously challenging educational facilities…
The Build Show | Tue, 8 Apr 2014
A recent Build Show survey has revealed that despite Chancellor George Osborne’s pledge to ‘get Britain building,’ nearly three quarters of the UK’s construction industry feels let down by the government, with 71% of builders and contractors citing the Whitehall policy as the biggest disappointment. Main reasons specified include a lack of investment in the sector, low consumer confidence and the cost of VAT on building materials, whilst 60% of participants noted the crippling red tape ...
ABC+D Magazine | Tue, 18 Mar 2014
A decade ago, most people wouldn’t have had a clue what a heat pump was or what it could be used for. Today, however, with fuel prices soaring and the Government subsidising renewable energy schemes, things have changed. Steve Rooney, sales director with Gaia Climate Solutions explains. Nowadays, it’s not only building services engineers who wax lyrical about heat pumps but also designers, developers and even homeowners. With the introduction of the Renewable Heat Incentive in 2012, ...
ABC+D Magazine | Thu, 20 Feb 2014
Dave Stone, MD at Stone Technical Services Group, offers advice on how to plan and execute the preservation, renovation and restoration of period buildings. The UK is home to some of the most stunning architecture in the world, much of it dating back centuries. Preservation, renovation and restoration of such buildings and structures are vital to our cultural heritage but all such works must be carefully planned and executed.
GE Lighting | Fri, 25 Oct 2013
New energy efficient, top lumen performance, dimmable LED Energy Smart GU10 lamps from GE Lighting provided replacements for GU10 halogens at the Wyndham Grand Regency, a 246-room five-star resort in Doha, Qatar. This eco-lighting solution will reduce the hotel’s energy consumption, saving 184,800W energy per year and 12,000 metric tonnes of carbon dioxide emissions, plus provide superior lighting.
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Novus Property Solutions video article
Operating from a nationwide network of over 30 offices across England, Scotland and Wales, Novus Property Solutions is one of the leading specialists in planned, cyclical and responsive maintenance.
Alumasc Harmer Drainage video article
St Helens, UK
Alumasc's Harmer range provides a single source for innovative drainage solutions that are designed to perform, engineered to last.