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CIBSE launches new guidance focused on blinds and internal shading in response to increasing temperatures

CIBSE launches new guidance focused on blinds and internal shading in response to increasing temperatures

CIBSE’s new Technical Memorandum 69 Dynamic thermal modelling of basic blinds (TM69: 2022) recognises the role of internal shading in reducing indoor air temperatures, along the impact on internal daylight and acoustics. 

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Join CIBSE in celebrating the first #WorldVentil8Day on 8 November

Join CIBSE in celebrating the first #WorldVentil8Day on 8 November

World Ventilation Day is all about raising awareness of ventilation and recognising the ventilation and clean indoor air community. We want you to be part of it, whether you are a ventilation professional or someone with a passion for fresh air in your building.

National Engineering Day and Tomorrow's Engineers Week 2022

National Engineering Day and Tomorrow's Engineers Week 2022

2 November 2022 is National Engineering Day (formerly This is Engineering Day), a day that aims to make the UK’s engineers and engineering more visible and celebrate how they improve everyday lives and shape the world around us. CIBSE is also supporting Tomorrow's Engineers Week, taking place from 07 - 11 November, showcasing modern engineering and inspirational engineers and technicians.

Consultation on implementing the new building control regime for higher-risk buildings and wider changes to the building regulations for all buildings

Consultation on implementing the new building control regime for higher-risk buildings and wider changes to the building regulations for all buildings

Actuate UK, the voice of the engineering services sector, applauds the ambitions of the new Building Safety Act, saying the reform agenda will drive up standards across construction. The alliance, whose members deliver design, construction and services for the built environment, contributes around £125bn to GDP each year and impacts the lives of everyone in the UK.

CIBSE celebrates achievements of building services engineers

CIBSE celebrates achievements of building services engineers

CIBSE recognises engineers at all stages of their career journeys, from students to those who have dedicated years to the industry at the annual President’s Awards Dinner, held at the Institute of Directors on 14 October 2022.

CIBSE recognises rising stars and exceptional employers at Young Engineers Awards 2022

CIBSE recognises rising stars and exceptional employers at Young Engineers Awards 2022

CIBSE Young Engineers Awards (YEAs) 2022 recognise the future industry change makers as they address the big questions around the role of engineering in delivering a safe, healthy, and sustainable built environment for all.

Engineering UK and Make UK joint report focuses on ensuring T Levels can deliver the workforce of the future

Engineering UK and Make UK joint report focuses on ensuring T Levels can deliver the workforce of the future

T levels have potential to deliver much needed homegrown technical talent if challenges faced by employers are addressed by government. Success of new vocational pathway depends on employers being able to offer 43,500 placements but capacity and costs constraints are holding them back- Make UK/EngineeringUK analysis

CIBSE launch TM65 Embodied carbon in building services: A calculation methodology for Australia and New Zealand (CIBSE TM65ANZ)

CIBSE launch TM65 Embodied carbon in building services: A calculation methodology for Australia and New Zealand (CIBSE TM65ANZ)

CIBSE launch TM65 Embodied carbon in building services: A calculation methodology for Australia and New Zealand (CIBSE TM65ANZ). The aim is to provide specific detail of alternative assumptions to be made when using CIBSE’s TM65 methodology to calculate the embodied carbon impact of building services equipment, when installed in Australia and New Zealand. Many of the methodology’s inherent assumptions in the 2021 publication are specific to the UK.

CIBSE recognises technical papers covering issues of industry-wide international interest

CIBSE recognises technical papers covering issues of industry-wide international interest

COVID-19, the transition to net zero carbon, residential retrofit and thermal comfort inform this years award winning technical papers, as featured in Building Services Engineering Research & Technology Journal (BSER&T).

CIBSE expand building services embodied carbon calculation methodology to support engineers internationally

CIBSE expand building services embodied carbon calculation methodology to support engineers internationally

CIBSE is launching an addendum to TM65, the embodied carbon calculation methodology published in 2021. TM65 Embodied carbon in building services: Using the TM65 methodology outside the UK (TM65LA) is designed to create global consistency on how the embodied carbon of building services equipment can be assessed.

From the source, Dame Judith Hackitt provides an update on the Building Safety Act at CIBSE Facilities Management Group event

From the source, Dame Judith Hackitt provides an update on the Building Safety Act at CIBSE Facilities Management Group event

Hosted by Sir Ken Knight and featuring presentations from Dame Judith Hackitt and Aman Sharma, the CIBSE Facilities Management (FM) group provides an update on the implementation of the Building Safety Act.

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