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Condair ME helps EDPAC cool at CIX

The Condair ME evaporative humidifier is providing adiabatic cooling in an innovative indirect cooling system from EDPAC at the Cork Internet Exchange (CIX) in Ireland. EDPAC’s indirect air-to-air evaporative cooling system will be maintaining the temperature across CIX’s data halls ...

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Calbarrie wins Hinkley Point B deal

Calbarrie Compliance Services Ltd has been awarded the annual portable appliance testing (PAT) service at EDF Energy’s Hinkley Point B nuclear power station. The contract, which was awarded by ENGIE Workplace Solutions in January, will see the electrical compliance specialist ...

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Fire and security experts release joint publication on fire safety

In an unprecedented collaboration within the fire and security industry, three not-for-profit organisations with expertise in fire and security doorsets have combined their knowledge to offer guidance on a newly-published document on flat entrance doorsets. The joint publication: A Guide ...

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PTSG strikes Swansea deal

Premier Technical Services Group (PTSG) has been appointed to undertake lightning protection remedial and upgrade works for the City and County of Swansea. Under the terms of the deal, PTSG Electrical Services will bring the lightning protection systems at a ...

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KPMG names potential buyer for collapsed Scottish building services firm

Catalus Energy Investments Limited has been announced as the preferred bidder to take over Scottish building services firm McGill & Co Limited which went into administration at the beginning of February following challenging trading conditions, disputes and delays in payment ...

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VINCI wins £20m social housing contract

VINCI Facilities has been awarded a new four-year contract with Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council to deliver external improvement works across its social housing estates. Delivered by VINCI Facilities Building Solutions Midlands team the work will include upgrading doors, windows, roofs ...

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Expected winter whiteout means autos should be checked

Carrying out weekly checks on automatic doors in the run-up to the UK’s envisaged “worst winter in 70 years” is being urged by experts from GEZE UK. Weather forecasters are predicting that a polar cold snap could bring the longest ...

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Improving evacuation with adaptive exit guidance

More than 70 per cent of people won’t notice your building’s conventional exit signs in an emergency. So how can you make sure they evacuate safely? A new white paper from Eaton looks at high-risk factors, current exit sign requirements, ...

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Jaguar puts forward winning case for international law firm

Jaguar Building Services has been awarded a two-year contract to provide mechanical, electrical, and building fabric maintenance services at One Bishops Square. Located in the heart of Spitalfields, this 825,000 sq. ft property is home to an international law firm ...

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BSRIA publishes annual Blue Book

BSRIA has launched the 2019 version of its famous Blue Book. Containing valuable industry information, BSRIA’s annual databook is “small but concise” and offers a myriad of guidelines about building services. This includes: key contacts (including BSRIA North); conversion data; key performance ...

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