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The building engineering services association 

The Building Engineering Services Association is the UK's leading trade organisation for building engineering services contractors – representing the interests of firms active in the design, installation, commissioning, maintenance, control and management of engineering systems and services in buildings.


BESA Constitution

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BESA has launched a ‘wiki’ to help it develop the building services industry’s first technical guidance and standards for systems in tall buildings. Responding to the surge in demand for detailed information...

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The government must prioritise skills and innovation if it is to improve productivity and deliver the infrastructure and housing projects highlighted in the Chancellor’s Autumn Statement, according to the BESA...

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Building engineering services employers have been reassured that new routes to professional certification will be made available by the passing of revised F Gas handling legislation next year. There was widespread alarm...

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RT @MaintenanceShow: Wayne Terry @BESAGroup Speaker at @MaintenanceShow on Integrating FM into BIM 1-2 Feb #BMS17 h…

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RT @RobDriscoll_Law: Great @BESAGroup Council meeting

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RT @InterductUk: We're proud to be #certified by @BESAGroup, ProNett and more!

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RT @DarkeTaylor: More investment in skills needed to deliver Chancellor’s plans #BESA

5 days ago

RT @heatingatwork: @BESAGroup @icomenergy and @CIBSE about #EUReferendum effects in the industry. Read more in our new Boiling Point: htt…

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Why join BESA?

Find out more about how BESA can help your business and the benefits available to members.

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Find a BESA Member

Use our simple, fast member search function to find a BESA Member for your next project.

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Why Use a BESA Member?

Find out why you should use a BESA Member for your next project.

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