Gilberts Blackpool is ensuring occupants are comfortable without wasting energy or spending time and money connecting ventilation to building management systems.
St. Helena, one of the world’s most remote island locations is using actuators, monitoring and control solutions from SE Controls Africa.
VELUX has introduced a new whitepaper on using VELUX Modular Skylights to help meet the new European Standard for daylighting in buildings, EN 17037.
Smoke vents and failsafe linear actuators from SE Controls Asia are protecting passengers at the world’s largest combined sea bridge and tunnel.
A SHEVTEC control system engineered by SE Controls provides smoke control and environmental ventilation at Newcastle University’s Urban Sciences Building.
The problem of designing and installing effective ventilation without ‘dumping’ cost-efficiently has been overcome with refinements at Gilberts Blackpool.
A rooftop ventilation system from Gilberts Blackpool was recently installed to help maintain airflow at two converter stations.
As offsite construction growth outstrips traditional methods, Gilberts has introduced a solution that simplifies incorporation of building services.
Gilberts Blackpool recently helped to ensure that each area of a rejuvenated 1990s concrete and brick multi-storey car park and indoor market hall was comfortably aired.
Ventilation supplier Vortice has sponsored the Thomas Alleyne’s High School in Uttoxeter, with 30 bags and balls for its sports department and for activities.