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Young engineers set to ‘Inspire the next generation’ as awards shortlist announced

Young engineers set to ‘Inspire the next generation’ as awards shortlist announced

Eight engineering graduates, 13 engineering apprentices and six employers have been shortlisted for the 2023 Young Engineers Awards.

CIBSE President, Kevin Mitchell considers how we communicate our roles and impact in latest blog post

CIBSE President, Kevin Mitchell considers how we communicate our roles and impact in latest blog post

With fewer engagements over the summer holiday period, August brought time to plan, consolidate and for many, take a well-earned break. For anyone with school aged children, there is the additional challenge of making sure that they are occupied over the summer months.

Ramboll launches boiler appeal for Ukraine

Ramboll launches boiler appeal for Ukraine

Ramboll is appealing for used boilers to help repair a combined heat and power plant in Kremenchuk, Ukraine damaged by Russian bombardments.

CIBSE Technical Symposium puts retrofit at the centre of net zero transformation (1)

CIBSE Technical Symposium puts retrofit at the centre of net zero transformation (1)

The call for papers for the CIBSE Technical Symposium 2023 is now open. Showcasing the latest developments in practice, technology, and policy, the CIBSE Technical Symposium is a platform to engage with the latest research, guidance, and innovation.

2022 review of CIBSE Climate Action Plan highlights the ongoing impact of building services engineers in delivering net zero

2022 review of CIBSE Climate Action Plan highlights the ongoing impact of building services engineers in delivering net zero

CIBSE has long been active on the topic of climate change mitigation and adaptation, linking it to building performance. To increase our efforts, in July 2019 CIBSE produced its first Climate Action Plan, mapping our current and planned activities in the areas where we have a duty and the ability to act as a professional institution. CIBSE committed to reviewing the plan regularly, and this Summer 2022 version is the third annual update.

New CIBSE Building Performance Award celebrates digital innovation

New CIBSE Building Performance Award celebrates digital innovation

New for 2023, CIBSE introduce Best Digital Innovation category as part of the prestigious Building Performance Awards.

Strengthening bonds, working together to deliver a culture of collaboration

Strengthening bonds, working together to deliver a culture of collaboration

In his latest blog post, Kevin Mitchell, CIBSE President discusses recent opportunities to meet with other institutions, planning and developing opportunities to work together.

Façade 2022 Design and Engineering Awards shortlist announced

Façade 2022 Design and Engineering Awards shortlist announced

Seven new build projects from across the world have been shortlisted for the 2022 Design and Engineering Awards. The shortlist includes international projects from the United Arab Emirates, Lithuania, Italy, United States of America, Turkey and the United Kingdom.

CIBSE Commissioning Code supports carbon mitigation, energy reduction and net zero

CIBSE Commissioning Code supports carbon mitigation, energy reduction and net zero

CIBSE has launched the updated Commissioning Code M: Commissioning management. The original Code was published in 2003. This new document better represents modern commissioning and reflects current commissioning management best practices.

CIBSE broaden scope of design guidance with focus on indoor environmental quality

CIBSE broaden scope of design guidance with focus on indoor environmental quality

CIBSE has published a new Technical Memorandum, TM68 Monitoring indoor environmental quality.

Over 20 World Leading Experts to deliver 10 hours of CPD in one seminar series

A long list of international experts will present at this year’s ANZ Seminar Series to inform on how to apply the very best knowledge and tools to raise the performance standard of unexceptional buildings, both new and existing. Delivered online, over 5 weeks starting from Tue 30 Aug, each 2 hr session will be recorded, allowing delegates to catch up on missed content and to rewatch sessions. See who’s speaking.

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

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

The Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities have launched two new consultations as part of a series of consultations on regulations which provide technical proposals that support the law as set out in the Building Safety Act 2022. They provide further detail on how it will operate and be enforced.