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Monday, November 28, 2016

Be part of BESA’s apprentice team of the year

Entries for the Brathay Apprentice Challenge 2017 are now open and we are encouraging our member companies to showcase their apprentices. Companies can either enter their own apprentice team or members can put nominations forward to enter as a joint Building Engineering Services Association (BESA) team. The Brathay Apprentice Challenge is now in its ninth year and is designed to develop and test...

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Monday, November 28, 2016

More investment in skills needed to deliver Chancellor’s plans

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 Building Engineering Services Association (BESA). The Association welcomed the announcement of a new ‘pipeline’ of projects through the government’s planning framework. It also applauded the...

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Monday, November 28, 2016

BESA website wins Association Executive award

The Building Engineering Services Association’s website has won the ‘Best Website’ award at the 2016 Association Awards UK. The Association Awards are organised by the Association of Association Executives, the largest community of Associations in the UK and in Europe, who set up the awards to recognise and reward Associations for their efforts and success. The Best Website award acts as...

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Thursday, November 17, 2016

Wiki helps designers reach for the skies

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 about the specific challenges of designing systems for the growing number of existing and planned high structures, BESA is being supported by CIBSE and the Electrical Contractors’...

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Tuesday, November 15, 2016

How to be ‘smart’ about indoor air quality

BESA hosted an international webinar on the use of smart ventilation to tackle indoor air quality in partnership with the CIBSE ASHRAE Group. Global IAQ authority Max Sherman, who is senior scientist at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory in California, explained how occupancy-based control strategies could achieve better indoor conditions and reduce energy use. A’ dumb’ approach that...

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