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CIBSE New Zealand - A merging of chapters

The last couple of years have been challenging for many reasons for the New Zealand chapters, including the restrictions imposed to protect against the COVID infection. An outcome of these restrictions is the reductions in face-to-face CIBSE technical and social events.

New collaboration brings together Façade awards and conference

The Society of Façade Engineering (SFE) has joined forces with Zak to co-locate the SFE Façade Awards & Dinner with the Zak World of Façades London conference.

Max Fordham, CIBSE Past President, 1933-2022

Max Fordham, CIBSE Past President, 1933-2022

CIBSE is very sad to learn of the death of Max Fordham, who passed away on 4 January 2022.

Becoming registered to work on class 2 buildings in NSW – Design and Building Practitioners Register

CIBSE Member Case Study Becoming registered to work on class 2 buildings in NSW – Design and Building Practitioners Register

New CIBSE Guidance: Electrification For Net Zero

New guidance on the design and operation of building electrical services that focus on the electrification of buildings in the drive to net zero carbon has been published by the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE). 

Embodied carbon makes the shortlist at BPA

Projects focusing on embodied carbon have been recognised for the first time in a separate category of the CIBSE Building Performance Awards 2022, whose shortlist has just been announced.

CIBSE ANZ Young Engineers Awards 2021 - Winners Announced

The CIBSE ANZ Young Engineers Awards was held last Thursday, 18 November online and hosted by Prateek Alkesh the new ANZ Young Engineers Network Chair.

TM66 - Creating a circular economy in the lighting industry now available

CIBSE and the Society of Light and Lighting (SLL) are pleased to announce the launch of this brand-new Technical Memorandum seeking to identify the extent of current knowledge and provide a framework for action and assessment for all within the lighting industry.

Young Engineers Network – A change is afoot

Melanie Finch is stepping away from her role as Young Engineers Network Chair for CIBSE Australia and New Zealand after one and half years at the helm.

Australian Government Survey: Energy efficiency trade-off for commercial buildings

The Australian Government Department of Industry, Science, Energy and Resources is conducting a short survey of technical experts to inform potential updates to the National Construction Code for commercial buildings.

CIBSE ANZ Young Engineers Awards - All online

The Young Engineers Awards for 2021 will now take place all online, on Thursday 18 November. This will allow us to celebrate with all finalists both near and far, and circumvent the restrictions on travel and large gatherings.

Seeking applications for the role of BSER&T managing editor

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