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Over the past decade, we have grown used to hearing of smart buildings and smart devices without there necessarily being any agreed definition of what they mean – the BSRIA explores why
A new alliance of eight engineering services organisations has urged the government to rethink its intention to remove funding from the £2bn Green Homes Grants (GHG) scheme.
Tom Garrigan BSc (Hons) has been appointed as the new BSRIA technical director.
BSRIA has published new guidance on Project Information Process (BG 78/2021) to promote best practice across the built environment.
Nick Blake, BSRIA’s Principal FM Consultant discusses climate change, the coronavirus pandemic and the fourth industrial revolution are all driving changes in the industry.
The UK engineering services sector is launching a major new industry alliance of eight organisations to support the delivery of a safer, more productive and sustainable UK built environment.
The Covid-19 pandemic has changed the hierarchy of importance among building services and facilities management, BSRIA explores the importance of ventilation in infection control within the built environment.
The recent health crisis triggered by the Covid-19 pandemic has brought the debate on Indoor Air Quality developments to the broader attention of the mainstream media, BSRIA explores its importance.
Michelle Agha-Hossein, building performance lead at the Building Services Research & Information Association (BSRIA), discusses how owners and operators can tackle the pressing issues of carbon emissions from buildings.
BSRIA’s Microclimate Team leader, Dr Blanca Beato-Arribas, looks at the importance of Indoor Environmental Quality in the new age of wellbeing.
Martin Ronceray, BSRIA engineering investigations lead, discusses the importance of planning for water safety in buildings and workplaces.
As businesses reopen across the country, BSRIA’s Business Focused Maintenance (BFM) framework helps organisations make sure that maintenance of buildings ensures safe and healthy environments for workers while at the same time managing cost in a most effective way.
BSRIA has joined forces with Better Buildings Partnership, to publish the 'Soft Landings: The Benefits to Commercial Property Owners' report.
BSRIA has published a new edition of its guide on pre-commission cleaning of pipework systems.
In response to the spread of COVID-19 and in accordance with the guidance produced by the government and Public Health England, BSRIA and CIOB have released their statements to help combat the virus.
London South Bank University has launched a new joint research and innovation centre with the Building Services Research and Innovation Association (BSRIA), called the BSRIA-LSBU Innovation Centre.
BSRIA has successfully extended the scope of its UKAS accreditation to include the testing of Individual Zone Controllers (IZC) in accordance with the eu.bac Certification Scheme.
The Smart Buildings Show – taking place on 9-10 October 2019 at Olympia, London, will be supported by BSRIA, with expert speaker Henry Lawson.
Henry Lawson, senior analyst of world market intelligence at BSRIA, discusses a new white paper examining demographic megatrends and what they mean for the planning and development of the built environment.
The value of US market for packaged air conditioning solutions rose by more than 14% in 2018 to reach $20.4bn, confirmed by BSRIA’s new study.
When it comes to the efficient operation of a building, even the seemingly small decisions can have a big consequence, for example, what elements do you need to consider when specifying a louvre?
The recently published BSRIA market intelligence study on the global air conditioning (AC) market continued to show growth in 2018.
BSRIA has successfully extended the scope of its UKAS accreditation to include testing of domestic hot water heat pumps in accordance with BS EN 16147:2017.
The UK Green Building Council (UKGBC) has unveiled a framework for the UK construction and property industry to transition new and existing buildings to become net zero carbon by 2050.
Given that demographics look at the size, structure, movement and rates of change of human populations, this topic is likely to have impact on almost all industries and disciplines, nowhere more so than for building services.
Europe is seeing rapid growth in the market for Smart Connected HVAC, according to BSRIA which estimates the total market for Smart Connected HVAC in Europe to be worth almost €200m.