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CO2 Monitors Are ‘A Good Start’, Says BESA

Building Engineering Services Association (BESA) logo The Building Engineering Services Association (BESA) has welcomed new measures to improve ventilation, indoor air quality (IAQ), and tackle overheating as part of revisions to the Building Regulations.

Integration Of CIWM And WAMITAB Reaches Christmas Finale

CIWM (Chartered Institution of Wastes Management) logo Further to their announcement in August of last year, CIWM is thrilled to confirm the successful completion of its merger with WAMITAB, a move designed to strengthen the provision of relevant and fit-for-purpose qualifications in the resources and waste management sector.

Tilbury Douglas Has Been Appointed On The New DfE 2021 Construction Framework

DfE school - Cedars Academy Tilbury Douglas has been appointed on the new Department for Education (DfE) 2021 Construction Framework in all eight English lots in the Mid Value Band, with an anticipated spend of £1.8bn covering education-related projects from £6-12m.

Queen’s University Funded £619k To Help Deliver A Net Zero Future

Professor David Rooney A group of leading industry experts, government representatives and academics have been funded more than £600k to develop skills and strategies to help deliver a Net Zero future.

Pinnacle Group Charges Towards Net Zero With Fleet Of Electric Vehicles

Pinnacle Group's new electric vehicles have arrived Pinnacle Group, a leading national provider facilities management (FM) and multi-tenure housing services, is delivering on its “Project Electrify” ambitions to roll out an all-electric fleet of service vehicles. Pinnacle looks to transition almost 500 Light Commercial Vehicles (LCVs) from the current diesel-power to all-electric - starting with its first 33 models of the Nissan eNV200.

DHF Celebrates 10 Years Of ‘Gold Standard’ TS 007

Door & Hardware Federation (DHF) logo Door & Hardware Federation is celebrating 10 years of TS 007, and in so doing, reflecting upon its continuing reputation as the ‘gold standard’ for cylinder lock security. Launched in 2011, the kitemark standard continues to provide assurance to domestic householders.

Building Design Key To Hitting University Sustainability Targets

A university break-out area A prominent polymer system supplier is advocating the specification of more sustainable heating and cooling solutions in educational buildings following the publication of analysis suggesting most UK universities are not on track to hit emissions targets.

Schools: Why Open Windows in Winter Aren’t Enough

A desk in a classroom with books and an iPad on it As fears of an Omicron Christmas spike grow, schools are reportedly busy making emergency plans for remote learning in case pupils are ordered not to return to the classroom in the new year.

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