BSRIA has published a new market study which shows that – with the CISCO Cloud Index forecasting – data centre traffic will grow at 23 per cent CAGR, reaching 8.6 zettabytes by 2018.
After some 45 years in the HVAC industry, the last 16 of which have been with the Daikin distributor, Space Air, Mike Nankivell has announced he will be retiring at the end of 2015.
According to the latest ONS figures, released yesterday (27 October), highlighted a decline in construction activity during the third quarter of the year.
The BPMA has announced that it will be working with the Energy Managers Association (EMA) on the production of a ‘buyers guide’ specifically formulated for energy managers, facilities managers, estate managers and procurement teams.
Klima-Therm and Gree have won a second major industry award for the development and commercialisation of the world’s first photo-voltaic-powered centrifugal chiller.
Staff at King’s Lynn-based Foster Refrigerator, dressed in pink and ate pink cakes on 23 October for ‘Wear it Pink’ day, a UK-wide fundraising event on behalf of the Breast Cancer Now charity.
Paddy Hanson is the latest person to join the expanding sales team at Seymour Manufacturing International (SMI).
A new study into the energy efficiency market – encompassing solar panels, wall insulation, smarter boilers etc. - has found that investment in training, public awareness and innovation of industry business models are vital for the sector’s ...
A long standing topic for debate in the foodservice arena – sustainability – was tackled head on this month as Gram UK, supported by Winterhalter hosted the very first Go Green Summit, at sustainable venue The Charlotte Street Hotel, London.Joined ...
Demand for engineers continues to rise but over half (53 per cent) of employers are struggling to recruit suitably skilled staff, says the 2015 Skills & Demand in Industry report. Published today by the Institution of Engineering and Technology (...
Sussex-based Big Foot Systems has appointed Stuart Freeman as commercial manager for Europe.Mr Freeman brings with him a wealth of industry experience after 27 years in the construction industry. He joins Big Foot Systems from fan manufacturer ...
Keysource, the expert in business critical environments, has appointed a senior industry specialist to head up its fast growing Critical Facilities Management Division. The appointment is in response to increasing demand from organisations who ...
Heathrow opened its doors to a group of 35 representatives of the Building & Engineering Services Association (B&ES), who received an in-depth briefing on the technical challenges that regularly confront Europe’s business airport.Included in ...
As part of its premium GUIDE+ series of in-depth market intelligence publications, market accelerator shecco has published its first ever Business Directory on China’s Natural Refrigerant industry, which is now available for purchase.
The B&ES’ North West Region recently held its annual golf day at the Pikefold Golf Club, Bury, Lancashire.
Adande, the refrigeration specialist, has announced that with its consortium partners it will invest more than £4m in the further development of Aircell technology.
BSRIA supports the comments made by the UN’s chief environment scientist, Professor Jacquie McGlade, who has criticised the cuts in support for renewable energy made in the UK.
Danfoss has acquired the Dutch software company Advitronic Engineering BV.
Eaton-Williams Group Limited is now part of Nortek Global HVAC in Europe, following the restructuring of business segments by parent company, Nortek Inc.
Eurovent with its recommendation Eurovent 6-2 – 2015, has published a new Code of Good Practice clarifying the EU Directive on air handling units (AHUs).
Located at the heart of the UK, at the National Exhibition Centre, Birmingham, The ACR Show is the only national exhibition for the refrigeration, air conditioning, ventilation, heating and heat pump sectors.
The UK's only dedicated exhibition for the building controls industry opens its doors at Sandown Park in less than 48 hours, from Wednesday 21st to Thursday 22nd October.
Johnson Controls joins White House round table On 15 October, Johnson Controls joined a White House round table discussion on actions toward a phase down of high global warming potential (GWP) refrigerants.
The woman tasked with filling Britain’s skills gap is to issue a heartfelt plea to Government and industry to prevent vital experience and ability being lost forever as a result of impending steel closures.
The CBI is urging the Government to prioritise innovation and science funding in the forthcoming Comprehensive Spending Review (CSR).
Fujitsu is sponsoring Brantham Athletic FC with pitch advertising.
AirSource Ventilation, the manufacturer of heat pumps and other products for commercial and industrial heating and air conditioning, is celebrating its first five years in business.
Daikin UK has donated its redundant IT hardware to social enterprise charity, Computers 4 Africa.
Over the past few decades increasing attention has been paid to improving energy efficiency inside telecommunications applications.
According to recent weather predictions, the warm autumn spell could give way to one of the coldest winters for many years, with a high risk of significant snowfall.
As part of a strategy to further improve professional standards across the building engineering services industry, the Engineering Services SKILLcard is converting to ‘smart’ technology.
Hubbard Products, the Otley - Ipswich, based manufacturer of commercial and transport refrigeration systems, has announced plans to relocate its research, development and manufacturing facilities to a prestigious 50,000sq ft site at Europark, Ipswich.
Thermo King, a manufacturer of transport temperature control solutions for a variety of mobile applications and a brand of Ingersoll Rand, has acquired Celtrak.
Cordant Services has made two key appointments that will complete its strategic leadership team.
Clean cold technology company, Dearman, has agreed a technology partnership with Hubbard Products, a leading European designer, manufacturer and supplier of commercial cooling equipment.
LG has celebrated the official opening of its training academy at its new headquarters in Brooklands with an open day attended by the media, distributors, installers, contractors and team members.
A recent survey of air conditioning contractors and installers has found that the R22 ban is impacting businesses eight months after it was introduced.
Tesco has announced its interim results for the first half of its financial year (26 weeks ending 29 August 2015) which show group operating profit of £354m, a fall of almost 55% compared to the same period last year.
BSRIA is holding a Soft Landings and Government Soft Landings convergence seminar on 6 November, at the Royal Marriott Hotel in Bristol.
Arctic Circle welcomed HRH The Duke of Kent KG to its site in Rotherwas on 1 October as part of a day spent in Hereford.
Pump House’s first ever Southern Fishing Day, sponsored by Fujitsu, proved a great success, despite a certain lack of fish.
Naomi Climer, the new president of the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET), wants to see more engineering employers consider introducing a range of measures including quotas to boost the number of female engineers.
Heinz Trox, the majority shareholder of TROX GmbH, died on 1 October 2015, aged 81.
In response to demand, the organising committee of the 12th IIR International Conference has announced an extension to the abstract submission deadline.
According to the latest State of Trade Survey from the Construction Product Association (CPA) for the third quarter of 2015, construction product manufacturers’ sales increased for a tenth consecutive quarter.
As part of expansion plans, the Güntner Group has opened a new manufacturing facility in Sibiu (Hermannstadt) in Romania.
BPMA is offering a selection of traditional lecture-based courses, starting with basic pumping fundamentals and progressing to the more advanced disciplines of pump hydraulics and pump systems.
Igloo, the refrigerated courier expert, has opened a new depot in Leicestershire in response to growing customer demand.
Johnson Controls, Hitachi, Ltd and Hitachi Appliances Inc have completed their global joint venture agreement and will now begin operating as Johnson Controls-Hitachi Air Conditioning with immediate effect, providing global customers with a full range of world class air conditioning products and technology.
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