What are the pros and cons of testing for potentially deadly bacteria in water systems? We report on a CIBSE/ASHRAE webinar
A look at the challenges facing construction and services engineers involved in the redevelopment of Birmingham New Street train station.
A more pragmatic approach to heating system design is needed during these uncertain economic times.
From initial design strategies through to troubleshooting and maintenance, the revised CIBSE AM14: Non domestic hot water heating systems highlights the key issues surrounding the refurbishment of existing buildings.
Why inverter technology is set to make ‘the impossible’ become ‘the practical’ in the refrigeration and air conditioning sector.
An international CIBSE/ASHRAE webinar explores the pros and cons of testing for deadly bacteria in water systems.
Could a new procurement system be the prescription the NHS needs on its hospital wards?
Minister makes concession in row over solar tariff cut; growing alarm over risks from smart meters; district heating is a capital energy solution in London; social housing sector ‘fits and forgets’ renewables.
Teamwork to the fore; CIBSE announced CPD champion; working for a better deal.
Your last chance to join the winners at this year’s CIBSE Building Performance Awards
Why rushing into green power could simply lead to more expensive, less efficient energy production.
Not a limitless fuel for CHP; seasonal performance data needed; optimistic view of transformers.
The implications of the ‘CE’ mark.
Why the building services sector needs to work together to forge a plan for the future.
This module considers how the efficiency of fans in ducted air systems can be compromised by the ‘system effect’