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Wednesday, July 13, 2016

BESA must help its members to face up to key challenges

The over-riding duty of the Building Engineering Services Association (the BESA) to help its members to face up to present and future challenges has been highlighted by president Malcolm Thomson in his inaugural address. “We must emphasise to clients the high levels of technical competence, commercial capability and adherence to safety best practice that members are required to maintain – and we...

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Friday, July 8, 2016

Malcom Thomas elected as BESA president for 2016/2017

Malcolm Thomson has been elected president of the Building Engineering Services Association (the BESA) for 2016/17. Mr Thomson began his career in 1972 as a technician apprentice with Sadia Airofreeze, studying at Willesden College of Technology. Following completion of his training, he installed and serviced supermarket display cabinets and cold rooms for BOC Linde – later joining Subcool,...

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Tuesday, July 5, 2016

BESA Yorkshire region supports sailfree initiative

The Building Engineering Services Association (the BESA) has boosted the funding of the Sailfree initiative at Otley Sailing Club in West Yorkshire. Andrew Hudson of G&H Sustainability, chairman of BESA Yorkshire, presented a cheque for £2,000 - the proceeds of a raffle that took place during the Yorkshire Region’s Annual Ball in Harrogate, in support of the initiative. Sailfree operates...

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Tuesday, June 28, 2016

BEST Ltd rebranded as BESA Training

In the past few months the Building Engineering Services Association has repositioned to become known as the BESA. As the subsidiary training arm of BESA, BEST Ltd is rebranding to be aligned with the BESA brand. From today, BEST will be known as BESA Training. Established as a training and assessment organisation, BESA Training has already expanded its offering in order to support the wider...

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Friday, June 24, 2016

EU Referendum Response

The building engineering services sector has a vital role to play in the aftermath of the EU Referendum. The projects carried out by our companies are now even more crucial as we strive to stabilise the economy and move forward. We must now focus on growth across the sector and help the government deliver on its promises for infrastructure developments; housing; and improved energy performance...

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