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If Building Regulations requires the following then look no further: *Air Leakage testing to ATTMA standards for residential, commercial and PassivHaus buildings *Part F ventilation testing MEV & MVHR commissioning Part E Acoustic testing Ductwork… Read more »

MEES is here and it has opportunities for you

Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES) came into effect on the 1st April this year. MEES now makes it unlawful to let buildings (both commercial and domestic) in England and Wales that don’t achieve a minimum… Read more »

2018 Project Blue Planet

This year we have set a company-wide challenge to create a more sustainable office environment. It involves us all, thinking carefully about what packaging we use, how we place orders and how we purchase and… Read more »

London Goes Zero Carbon

The Greater London Authority (GLA) has the power to enforce policy that normal local authorities cannot and an assessment indicated that a zero carbon standard would not compromise housing viability. London Plan Policy 5.2 sets… Read more »

Ventilation – getting it right on site

Controlled ventilation is vital to new and converted properties and Part F of the Building Regulations requires it is tested or commissioned prior to completion. If ventilation is not addressed properly, then moisture and other… Read more »

Helping you manage your BREEAM Assessments

BREEAM is an internationally established and widely recognised sustainability standard primarily for commercial buildings but also covering domestic refurbishment projects. BREEAM schemes consider all aspects of a building’s design, management and construction to ensure it… Read more »

Overheating in Classrooms

If you are involved in the design, specification or construction of school classrooms, you will be aware that these are spaces that can soon overheat. Recent surveys have shown how this can have a significant… Read more »

Part F Testing

It is very important to ensure adequate ventilation in buildings, particularly those built to a very air tight standard. As Building Regulations requires buildings to be built to higher levels of air tightness, issues can… Read more »

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