A win-win situation is available to building services designers and contractors with revisions to Gilberts’ ground-breaking MFS hybrid ventilation unit.
After two years of unpredictability, Kestrel’s sales and marketing director Owen Thorogood is cautiously optimistic about the next 12 months.
With heating being a school’s primary use of energy, leading independent building services specialist Gilberts is taking steps to help the educational estate optimise its carbon footprint.
Schools and colleges looking for sustainable solutions to student comfort and wellbeing should visit Mitsubishi Electric on Stand C27 at next week’s Education Estates exhibition in Manchester.
A panel discussion hosted by Geberit explores the future of the office post-COVID.
The return to the office has already begun. For many, the return is surprisingly good news. They miss the office and the human connections that come with it.
Meeting the challenges presented by the COVID pandemic has been a team effort for UPVC roofline manufacturer Kestrel.
As a former national karate champion, who also represented the country in kickboxing, Kestrel’s Rich Amison has made use of his fighting spirit by pushing forward operations and logistics in a challenging year.
An open letter from the GGF is urging the Scottish Government to immediately ease restrictions that prevent tradespeople from working in people’s homes unless it is essential.
The latest BMBI report, published in March, shows value sales to builders, roofers and contractors in January were 3.7% lower than in January 2020.
The GGF has welcomed the Governments’ recent unveiling of their roadmaps to recovery, but remains cautious after many false starts to the recovery over the past year.