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  • New study reveals the most ludicrous health & safety rules in trades

    By Sarah on July 23, 2019
    A recent study by Dickies Workwear has found a top 10 list of unexpected health and safety rules. It was found that more than 61% of participants experienced a ban on shorts on a construction site, even in the sweltering heat of summer. The workwear brand, established in 1922, asked and polled their loyal social media followers for the most […]
  • Dust – a daily killer 

    By Sarah on July 17, 2019
    Louise Hosking from Hosking Associates calls for more preventative steps to be taken to protect against the dangers of dust, and offers her top 10 tips. It may be tiny, but its impact can be great. Dust is often brushed off as a mild annoyance or inconvenience and not treated with the seriousness that it requires. It affects many more […]
  • Schneider Electric launches Rethink Energy initiative

    By Sarah on July 16, 2019
    Schneider Electric UK, a leader in digital transformation of energy management and automation, has launched its ‘Rethink Energy’ initiative. A programme aimed at changing business, consumer and government attitudes to energy waste and help combat climate change.  Whilst other forms of waste such as plastics, fast fashion and food are highly visible, energy is frequently overlooked. A Schneider Electric commissioned […]
  • Zumtobel Group partners with technology innovator Casambi for wireless lighting control solutions

    By Sarah on July 4, 2019
    The Zumtobel Group, one of Europe’s leading professional lighting groups, with its core brands Thorn, Tridonic and Zumtobel, has teamed up with Casambi, a multi-award winning pioneer in wireless lighting controls based on Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE). The strategic partnership ensures an extensive new range of Thorn and Zumtobel luminaires offering seamless control to users via Casambi’s BLE software control […]
  • Can apprenticeships address the UK’s STEM skills gap?

    By Sarah on July 2, 2019
    Deemed to be a national crisis by some industry experts and costing the UK economy £1.5 billion a year according to a report published in the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, the shortages of workers in STEM sectors are a significant point of concern. But could improving and developing STEM apprenticeships be the solution? Apprenticeships are rocketing as a recruitment option […]
  • Grand foundations for growing community

    By Sarah on July 2, 2019
    When Airfield Farm in the rural town of Market Harborough was selected for a multi-million-pound housing and leisure development, plans were set out to invest in the surrounding infrastructure. To support the town’s rapid expansion, The Rothen Group, a national independent civil engineering and maintenance business, was chosen to undertake works to facilitate the creation of a new road bridge […]
  • PACAIR celebrates fifteen years of value added customer service

    By Sarah on June 25, 2019
    PACAIR, the bespoke design and air conditioning supplier and Mitsubishi Electric Value-Added Reseller (VAR), has now been supporting customers with value added services for 15 years. With the same commitment to quality, exceptional customer support and careful eye for detail that the Mitsubishi Electric brand is famous for, PACAIR is a trusted partner, helping its customers with design and technical […]
  • Lochinvar launches ultra-low NOx boilers

    By Sarah on June 20, 2019
    Lochinvar has introduced a new range of wall-hung, gas-fired, high efficiency condensing boilers that produce an extremely low level of NOx emissions. They incorporate a high quality stainless steel heat exchanger, which is supported by a new ‘Five plus Five’ extended warranty. NOx emissions from the company’s new EFB gas-fired condensing range are lower than 24mg/kWh, which the company believes […]
  • UK to end contribution to climate change by 2050

    By Sarah on June 13, 2019
    Following a statement by PM Theresa May and legislation laid by the government yesterday UK is now on the path to become the first major economy to set net zero emissions target in law. The Prime Minister announced yesterday that the UK will eradicate its net contribution to climate change by 2050. The statutory instrument to implement this was laid […]
  • Complex climate control in buildings around the globe

    By Sarah on June 12, 2019
    As technology continues to rapidly evolve, across the world we’re experiencing more and more unusual complex buildings and structures being constructed. To go along side these buildings, an increasingly unique set of demands arise for their internal systems, including the vital aspect of climate control. Within this article, we will delve into the various approaches to climate control for advance […]


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