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CIBSE ANZ Young Engineers Awards – Meet the Judges

CIBSE is now calling on Australia and New Zealand to nominate young thought leaders to enter the 2021 Young Engineers Awards.

CIBSE Joins new engineering services alliance, Actuate UK, to champion change and collaboration

A new alliance for the multi-billion UK engineering services sector launched today, Wednesday 10th February via a virtual industry event. Actuate UK is an alliance of eight leading trade, technology, research and professional bodies in engineering services. It will deliver a single, consolidated voice for the sector.

Remembering Haris Moraitis, FCIBSE

It is with great sadness that CIBSE reports the passing of Haris Moraitis, champion of sustainable design in the built environment, CIBSE Fellow, committee member and friend.

CIBSE Launches Industry's First Embodied Carbon Toolkit

The Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE) has published the building services industry's first toolkit to enable engineers to calculate the embodied carbon associated with mechanical, electrical and public health systems in buildings.

Building Regulations Part L & F, Overheating, Future Homes and Future Buildings Standards

The Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government (MHCLG) has this week published its response to the 2019 consultation on Part L and F and the Future Homes Standard. 

New engineering services alliance to champion change

CIBSE will soon be joining a major new alliance of eight engineering services bodies. The new alliance will launch on the morning of 10 February at 10 am, via a virtual industry event.

National Regulator Established to Ensure Construction Materials are Safe

This announcement reinforces government’s commitment to review and reinforce the product safety regime for the construction sector, and creates the structure to implement those parts of the Building Safety Bill that address product safety.

CIBSE updates Heat Networks Code of Practice

A major update to CIBSE's Heat Networks Code of Practice provides extensive guidance for the design, installation and, critically, the ongoing performance monitoring of district heating systems.

Mutual Recognition of Professional Qualifications after Brexit

The EU Directive on Mutual Recognition of Professional Qualifications (MRPQ) was established to make it easier for EU/EEA countries to recognise each other’s professional qualifications. From 1 January 2021 this legislation will no longer apply to the UK.

Brexit Update - Engineering Council UK & Engineers Ireland

Provisions between the Engineering Council UK and Engineers Ireland will remain unchanged following Brexit.

CIBSE leads industry collaboration on heat pumps

Recognising the urgent need to develop guidance on the design, installation, operation and maintenance of heat pumps in multi-occupancy residential buildings, (CIBSE) has announced the appointment of Arup as technical author for “Good Practice Design Guide for Residential Heat Pumps”.

Keeping Construction Working

Co-chair of the Construction Leadership Council Andy Mitchell, has written to the Construction Sector to encourage all firms who are operating to follow the current restrictions on staff working away from home.

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