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THE BESA BOOK

2017

A CLIENT’S GUIDE TO

BUILDING ENGINEERING SERVICES An in-depth guide for specifiers looking to procure quality, independently audited building engineering services. www.thebesa.com


BESA BOOK 2017

A CLIENT’S GUIDE

A CLIENT’S GUIDE TO BUILDING ENGINEERING SERVICES The BESA Book covers all aspects of building energy management to help clients make those important decisions to meet corporate social and financial goals, and to find the right contractor to deliver the job.

BESA provides a free online search service (www.thebesa.com/find-a-besa-member) designed to make it easy and quick to find BESA member(s) that you require to deliver heating, ventilating, ductwork, facilities management, refrigeration, air conditioning, commissioning and maintenance services.

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WELCOME

WELCOME

MEMBERSHIP

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MEMBERSHIP

May you live in less interesting times

From BESA chief executive Paul McLaughlin

Getting it right

Loyal supporters

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MEMBERSHIP

CONTENTS

SPECIAL CONTRACT

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Affiliate offer aims to build network

BUILDING SERVICES

BUILDING SERVICES

INNOVATE REPORT

Buildings using 3.5 times design energy

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CLIMATE CHANGE

VALUE ENGINEERING

BUILDING SERVICES

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A new way of delivering projects

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BUILDING SERVICES

BUILDING SERVICES

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COLLABORATION

New school buildings in poor health

Engineering the elephant

Putting the value back into engineering

A joined-up approach is essential if we want our voice to be heard

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MENTAL HEALTH

TRAINING

SKILLS GAP

BUILDING SERVICES

Suicide kills more workers than falls

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Industry must be ‘master of its own training destiny’

BUILDING SERVICES

Existing workers could plug skills gap

BUILDING SERVICES

SKILLCARD

Smart move puts SKILLcard in front


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DIGITAL

DIGITAL

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DIVERSITY

Construction struggling to embrace third revolution

Don’t be slaves to technology

Pokemon go and the world of digital construction

BESA steps up support for women in engineering

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EDUCATION

FINANCE

FINANCE

BUILDING SERVICES

BUILDING SERVICES

BUILDING SERVICES

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FINANCE

Rise in stem ‘A’ levels just ‘scratching the surface’

Retentions left companies ‘on their knees’

Employers need pensions reassurance

Small firms hit by £180m interest charges due to late payment

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TECHNICAL

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INTRODUCTION

INTRODUCTION

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BREXIT

Time for building services to take the lead

Enduring themes

Brexit means business as usual or ‘just get on with it’

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LOOKING AHEAD

MODULAR BOILERS

CHP

COMMERCIAL HEATING

The future is electric

COMMERCIAL HEATING

How low can your boiler go?

COMMERCIAL HEATING

Savings from chp could pay for more nurses

COMMERCIAL HEATING

HEATING & COOLING

Heating and cooling needs joined up approach

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LOW CARBON HEAT

HEAT PUMPS

F-GAS

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AIR CONDITIONING

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AIR CONDITIONING

REFRIGERANTS

Government invests £320m in ‘central heating for cities’

Low carbon grid renews the case for heat pumps

F-Gas is not going anywhere

Misuse of refrigerants is growing concern

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HEALTH PROBLEMS

IMPROVING IAQ

INDOOR AIR QUALITY

INDOOR AIR QUALITY

INDOOR AIR QUALITY

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FILTRATION

What are we doing about indoor air quality?

70% of office workers complain about poor air quality

Time to clear the air

There’s nothing wholesome about urban air

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ENGINEERING

CASE STUDY

FIRE SAFETY

HIGH RISE BUILDINGS

RENEWABLES

VENTILATION

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FIRE DAMPERS

Reaching for the skies

Heat pump at the heart of dementia care home

Fighting fires

BESA leads efforts to address fire damper alarm

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DUCTWORK

DUCTWORK

DUCTWORK /LEV

VENTILATION

Revised DW/144 captures rising standards

VENTILATION

Ductwork cleaning is booming

VENTILATION

Time to get tough on kitchen health

VENTILATION

DUCTWORK /LEV

Is your LEV team ‘competent’?


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MAINTENANCE

AIR FLOW

INDOOR AIR QUALITY

VENTILATION

VENTILATION

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CASE STUDY

BESA Scotland chair puts safety first

Getting air to behave itself

The hole truth about ventilation

UK ventilation contractor takes leading role in chernobyl clean up

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SUBSIDIES

SFG20

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FACILITIES MANAGEMENT

FACILITIES MANAGEMENT

MANUFACTURERS & SUPPLIERS

Focus turned to fm when government dropped subsidies

SFG20 to embrace digital age

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ENERGY STORAGE

COLLABORATION

PROVING COMPETENCE

MANUFACTURERS & SUPPLIERS

MANUFACTURERS & SUPPLIERS

MANUFACTURERS & SUPPLIERS

MANUFACTURERS & SUPPLIERS

SMART BUILDINGS

It’s high tech stuff, but the basics are key

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BESA CONTACTS

BESA OFFICES

Energy storage poised for lift off

Cutting project costs through collaboration

The benefits of complying with the association’s CAS.

Contact details for all of BESA’s UK locations

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BESA AFFILIATES

AGENCY ALLIANCE

BESA MEMBERS

BESA CONTACTS

We welcome a wide range of Affiliates, from suppliers, to manufacturers, to business services providers, with a special Affiliate level for specifiers

BESA CONTACTS

Building Services Engineering Employment Agency Alliance - Administered by BESA

BESA BOOK 2016

Full details of BESA member companies listed geographically

BESA BOOK 2016

BESA MEMBERS INDEX

An alphabetical index of BESA member companies

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BESA BOOK 2017

WELCOME

MAY YOU LIVE IN LESS INTERESTING TIMES The expression: ‘May you live in interesting times’ was thought to be derived from an ancient Chinese curse. The ancient Chinese considered ‘interesting’ to mean unsettling, unstable and, therefore, unfortunate. Far better to experience settled circumstances as these lead to prosperity and harmony.

The curse was first referred to in English by Sir Austen Chamberlain – brother of Prime Minister Neville– in 1936. He suggested that no period in history had been “more fraught with insecurity than our present time” and, therefore, he and his contemporaries were cursed to live in such “interesting times”. He died three years later so did not experience the War and all that has befallen our world since. Just eight decades later, you have to wonder just how ‘interesting’ he would consider 2017. Malcolm Thomson BESA president

The world seems to be in a period of unprecedented turmoil. Have we ever before experienced terrorism of such ferocity and global reach? The financial crash of 2008 created tremors that continue to rock markets and global economies to this day – now exacerbated across Europe by ‘Brexit’ and its accompanying political fallout. But what does all this have to do with building engineering services? And how do we, as businesses respond?

Turbulent The building engineering services sector has a key role to play in ensuring the UK economy moves forward in these uncertain and turbulent

times. Making buildings perform better is even more crucial because it helps other businesses and other sectors perform more efficiently and productively. Also, we still have a major housing shortage. Whether the financial markets are upset or not – we cannot simply stop building. The same applies to infrastructure. The row and ongoing uncertainty over the Hinkley Point nuclear power station does not alter the fact that we have a serious energy crisis. Last year saw the closure of 10% of our national energy generation capacity as ageing coal and gas-fired plants were mothballed. According to the National Grid, this means we have just 5.5% spare electricity capacity, which is a tiny margin for error if we have a lengthy severe spell of weather. There has been much debate about the role of nuclear power, but plugging our energy gap also needs more focus on reducing demand by improving the energy efficiency of our buildings and transport networks. The latest figures on renewables make very promising reading. In 2015, more than 25% of our electricity was generated by wind and solar power, which was a dramatic increase on 2014. By the time you read this, the proportion of power from renewables will have jumped again.

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“The building engineering services sector has a key role to play in ensuring the UK economy moves forward in these uncertain and turbulent times.” We are moving rapidly towards a low carbon Grid, which makes many electric heating and cooling systems even more appealing and adds impetus to the plan to fit l 6.8 million heat pumps in British homes by 2030. There is also a new £320m development budget for low carbon heat networks. In other words, we need – and are developing – a healthy mixture of new generation capacity; cuts to energy demand and the growth of emerging technologies. The good news is that BESA members are involved in all three. Our industry is central to the energy efficiency effort in buildings and we understand the technologies and techniques for narrowing the performance gap. We can, given the right budgets and incentives, make buildings better places to work and live – improving energy use and comfort conditions for the health, wellbeing and productivity of occupants. However, we are suffering from an acute skills shortage, which threatens our ability to meet these ambitious targets.

Trailblazers The way apprenticeships are funded and organised is being revolutionised with the launch of the new Apprenticeship Levy and development of new ‘Trailblazer’ apprenticeship schemes, which is a key element of the Association’s work. As a former apprentice myself, I can testify to how this industry can inspire and develop young people.

My career has taken me all over the world – even onto the bridge of major battleships, which is the sort of experience I could never have imagined when I started out. I never lose my sense of wonder or my enthusiasm for the industry and my work with the Association. But we must pass on that enthusiasm to young people. Many more might consider a career in our industry if they could see how worthwhile and rewarding it can be. I left school without a plan and without many qualifications. I was really fortunate to fall into an apprenticeship with a company that made refrigerators at the age of 17. Even more fortunately, my manager saw something in me and sent me to Willesden College to do my City & Guilds in Refrigeration Technology. Suddenly having qualifications opened up all sorts of opportunities and I didn’t look back. Enthusing and inspiring the next generation will be crucial if we are to overcome skills shortages across the sector. I plan to use his own experience to inspire work on the new apprenticeships being developed by the Association for the building engineering sector. We must also get to grips with diversity in order to widen the pool of talent available to building engineering employers. It is absolutely crazy that we are, effectively, only recruiting from half of the available workforce because of the woeful underrepresentation of women in the industry. Just 9% of all engineers in the UK are women. That is simply wrong. Engineering careers are more appropriate than ever for women and I am delighted that the Association is taking a lead on this and is now a sponsor of the Womens’ Engineering Society. As President of the Association, I have signed up as a mentor for the Society, which is running a programme to encourage women and girls to consider engineering careers. We will be doing a lot more work in all aspects of diversity during 2017 to ensure we are also


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“Making buildings perform better is even more crucial because it helps other businesses and other sectors perform more efficiently and productively.” recruiting more widely from ethnic minorities and the LGBT community as well as properly supporting people with physical and mental handicaps. We have been encouraging all member companies to get involved in our diversity initiative, which was showcased at a seminar we delivered at London South Bank University in late 2016.

– small business owners in particular. They and their employees face greater pressure to deliver more, faster and often with serious concerns about payment. More and more people are complaining about stress and depression in our sector, which is why BESA has launched a mental health initiative with the mental health charity Samaritans.

The nature of our work is changing and the rapid advancement of building engineering technology means the sector desperately needs more talented young people with new skills and from a much wider background.

Last year’s occupational health survey with the ECA showed that 80% of our businesses believe mental health will become an increasingly important and challenging issue for them. This led us to set up a workshop with the Samaritans last summer in partnership with the ECA and the CIBSE Patrons.

Small employers can be just as active in these areas as larger ones. I also believe that among all the ‘big picture’ issues there needs to be greater recognition of the contribution made by small, specialist contractors – like my own company – to the sector’s supply chain.

It was a great success and kicked off an initiative to make sure mental health issues become a normal part of health & safety training and are included in project risk assessments.

Small firms – particularly those in membership of BESA – have a real passion for what they do and refuse to give up when faced with technical or business problems. That often means we don’t switch off and continue to stress about things because we just want to do a good job.

The success of our projects depends on our ability to recruit, train and retain the widest range of highly skilled and motivated people – and to make sure those people are able to perform to their best. To that end, we must foster a more caring culture in our industry.

The fact that the Association has members of all sizes and specialisms is, I believe, our greatest strength.

This is a key focus for the Association because it is both the right thing to do and the best thing to do to ensure our businesses can survive and thrive.

Larger members can benefit hugely from the skills of their smaller colleagues. There is also huge expertise contained within the Association’s specialist groups. I know because I have been involved with the RACHP Group as a committee member for many years. During my presidential year, I am dedicating myself to ensuring there is the best possible interaction between small and large BESA members. All of us have had to jump through the same hoops to prove our competence in order to be a member so that should give larger firms the confidence to specify us on their projects. However, economic uncertainty means this is a particularly stressful time for business owners

We should also be confident about the importance of this to wider society. A thriving and stable building engineering profession can deliver building and infrastructure projects that meet the expectations of building users – something that is key to the future prosperity of the whole country. Our times are, clearly, a bit more ‘interesting’ than we would all like, but where there is uncertainty there is also opportunity and those of us able to rise to the challenge can look forward with confidence. May 2017 be a little less ‘interesting’ for you all than 2016.

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WELCOME TO

THE FUTURE

BESA chief executive Paul McLaughlin sees many positives emerging from the mixed economic signals and political turmoil of 2016.

Sitting here now in the later part of 2016, it is hard to predict with any certainty just how 2017 will pan out. One thing we can be certain of, however, is that it will not be dull. The next 12 months will see a gradual unravelling of our relationship with the EU with the government due to enact its Great Repeal Bill to scrap the legislation that was used to take us into the union back in 1972. Many political commentators believe the whole process could take up to eight years and involve the review of more than 40,000 separate pieces of legislation. Paul McLaughlin

BESA chief executive

So, perhaps, the bigger picture will not be that different in 12 months’ time and it is important that this whole ‘Brexit’ argument does not become a huge distraction. We cannot afford for businesses to be deflected from getting on with what really matters and, on that score, the market data BESA gathered late in 2016 was reassuring. Our sector is fairly confident of riding out the storm and moving on to more prosperous times. Almost half of the respondents to the ‘Brexit’ poll we carried out jointly with the ECA said it would actually have a positive impact on their company in just five years’ time – just one in five (19%) said it would have a negative impact.

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Impact The very largest firms are slightly more pessimistic than small to medium sized contractors, but 42% of firms with turnovers above £20m still said Brexit would have a positive impact in five years’ time. The short-term picture is more confused and harder to grasp. It was clear in the autumn of 2016 that even highly experienced economic commentators were finding it hard to predict what would happen next. The slump in the value of the pound as a result of Brexit had actually kick-started a recovery in the manufacturing sector as UK products suddenly became more attractive to overseas buyers. This, in turn, fuelled an uptick in demand for raw materials; more employment; and, for our industry, a positive knock-on effect in enquiries from certain sectors. These twists and turns will be a feature of our economy for some time to come – the important thing is that building engineering firms are prepared and able to respond, whichever way the wind blows. Our data also revealed that, while Brexit per se was not the huge concern we might have expected, building services contractors continue to fret over the two issues that have most concerned them for decades: Late payment and skills shortages.


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“The slump in the value of the pound as a result of Brexit had actually kick-started a recovery in the manufacturing sector as UK products suddenly became more attractive to overseas buyers.” The good news is that 35% of BESA member firms reported growth in direct employment during the first half of 2016. Respondents also said they expected direct employment levels to continue growing and our last State of Trade survey of the year picked up a simultaneous slowdown in the number of agency or subcontract workers being hired. The rate of growth in the number of companies taking on apprentices remained broadly steady across 2016. This suggests that firms, while still very cautious, were trying to address the damaging shortfall in new recruits. Keeping up that momentum is an absolutely fundamental goal for BESA in 2017 The danger with something as seismic as Brexit is that politicians use it as an excuse to renege on the promises of previous administrations, but giving credit where it is due; the new administration did commit to ensuring all employers would receive 90% of the cost of training an apprentice from the taxpayer starting in May 2017. While the funding is very welcome; it would have been better if that start date could have been brought forward into 2016 to secure early engagement from employers in the Trailblazer and Future Apprentices schemes. There was a noticeable pause in apprentice recruitment in the second half of 2016 – not surprising as employers waited for the new funding arrangements to start. So we are where we are and it is absolutely vital that engineering firms of all shapes and sizes pick up the recruitment momentum again this year.

Diverse We also need our workforce to be far more diverse. The industry should be recruiting from right across the UK population. We are underrepresented from ethnic minorities; more needs to be done to make our industry easily accessible to disabled people and, currently, just 9% of UK engineers are women.

On late payment – the issue that has dogged this industry for decades – it is important that we build on the excellent progress we made in 2016. As well as securing the support of an unprecedented number of MPs for revisions to the murky business of payment retentions; 2016 also saw historic announcements from the Scottish Government and Northern Ireland Assembly on the use of Project Bank Accounts (PBAs), which are now their preferred method for managing cash flow on public sector construction projects. PBAs are a cash disbursement model that reduces the risk of contractor insolvency and the consequent disruption to projects. It also cuts out much of the additional cost of risk pricing and debt management associated with having multiple layers of payment within the contractual chain – so the devolved governments deserve real praise for committing to their use. Security of payment allows firms to invest in the skills and processes they need to improve productivity and fund growth. By improving cash flow through the supply chain, project clients can also be assured of a more cohesive, harmonious and, therefore, efficient project process. Improving construction supply chain finance has a knock-on effect beyond the supply chain itself to thousands of businesses and millions of workers whose employment depends on supporting the sector. This is an important development for the wider economy and 2017 could be the year when we finally see concrete progress on supply chain cash flow across the whole UK. The extremely unusual economic backdrop is changing the political mood in Whitehall to one that places stimulating home grown businesses at the top of the agenda. Ensuring the money supply flows down to SMEs is the beating heart of any healthy economy. Wherever the economic rollercoaster takes us next; it is clear that the value provided by the building engineering services sector is becoming increasingly visible against this new backdrop. The projects carried out by our companies are now even more crucial as we strive to stabilise the economy and move forward. We have a major part to play in helping the government deliver on its promises for infrastructure developments; housing; and improved energy performance of buildings.

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GETTING IT RIGHT Choosing the right building engineering services specialist is a critical decision for everyone involved in creating, developing or refurbishing a building, writes BESA membership director Richard Ward.

Getting it wrong means dissatisfied customers, clients and building users; high construction costs; expensive variations to the project plan; and a continuing need to put things right. Getting it right means satisfied staff, users and customers; low operating costs; reduced repair and maintenance; and minimum replacement and refurbishment.

Richard Ward

BESA membership director

Your supply chain must therefore contain building engineering services specialists that are fully equipped to design and install state-of-theart systems. Specialists with the range of skills and resources needed to meet client priorities – and to deliver on value, on time and on budget. Uniquely in the sector, members of BESA undergo a rigorous office and site-based inspection and assessment process to ensure their compliance with the highest technical, commercial and health and safety standards.

The BESA guarantee By using a BESA member, you can be sure that your building engineering services contractor meets the required standard in all of the following ways:

• Members of the BESA are subject to regular

third-party inspection and assessment of their technical competence and commercial capability;

• The commercial and financial standing of all BESA members is independently evaluated;

• BESA members are able to demonstrate that they operate according to fair and reasonable commercial standards;

• Members of the BESA are required to perform according to criteria established by a range of industry-recognised specifications and good practice guides;

• BESA members must adhere to robust health and safety policies and procedures, and must promote a positive safety culture throughout their organisation;

• Members of the BESA comply fully with the mandatory health and safety requirements contained in the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations;

• BESA members are required to prove that they

have controls in place to ensure that their work complies with all aspects of the Building Regulations;

• They must have adequate employers’ and public liability and professional indemnity cover.

Awareness of environmental issues and an ability to manage elements such as waste, pollution, recycling and materials procurement is also a requirement of all BESA members. They must have good policies covering personnel recruitment, selection, education and training. The message is simple. Always use a BESA member for your building engineering services requirements.

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LOYAL SUPPORTERS As the premier trade association for the sector, BESA supports its members in maintaining and growing their business.

For some members this means practical, expert support on HR, legal or contractual issues as they don’t have in-house specialists, whilst for our larger, national contractors the focus is on creating an effective forum for collaboration on key issues, giving access to relevant people and bodies to inform the setting of standards for the industry.

Membership means more quality The badge of quality attained through BESA’s independent competence assessment signals the professional standards to which you operate. The health and safety assessment carried out as part of your membership safeguard your businesses, employees and customers, and for firms who are newer to audits, we have a team of health and safety advisors to help you get to the level you need to be to demonstrate your compliance.

Winning tenders BESA membership should stand out as a mark of quality and reassurance, providing a leg-up in the tender process. We work hard to promote the benefits of BESA membership across the industry so that clients, specifiers and major contractors understand the quality mark that

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membership signals, making it the easy option to select our members for projects. Our regional presence also facilitates networking, giving you access to business opportunities as well as advice on local and national developments. We offer free, practical advice on day-to-day HR issues such as performance management or redundancies, so if you don’t have an HR department – get the information you need. BESA also takes the lead in negotiating the industry’s national wage agreements, giving our members the opportunity to play a part in influencing the complexities of labour agreements. Our team of expert, industry trained lawyers are on hand to offer free legal advice, whether it be support through litigation, or specialist contract reviews, we’re here to help. Members tell us they want to focus on what they do best, and with practical guidance on key business issues such as cybercrime, updates on legislation and marketing tips, we’ve got you covered. Available through regular updates on our website and targeted newsletters, with a broad regional presence, we are also able to host drop-in sessions and clinics on key topics to support your business.


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“We work hard to promote the benefits of BESA membership across the industry so that clients, specifiers and major contractors understand the quality mark that membership signals, making it the easy option to select our members for projects.”

Whether it is ensuring you have the right skills for the future through apprenticeships in specialist qualifications and training courses, or retaining your valued employees with the right package of benefits, BESA has industryspecific offers tailored to your needs, and all at discounted rates for members.

Providing protection Insurance is very much a requirement, rather than a nice-to-have, and BESA has developed a range of commercial insurances tailored to the needs of members. In recognition of the high standards which members operate at, they are available at a significant discount, and in the event that you do need to claim, there is a team of specialist loss adjustors with industry knowledge standing by. We are also committed to delivering efficiencies and cost savings to members. We were the first Construction Skills Certification Scheme (CSCS) affiliate to introduce ‘smart’ Skillcards, making it easier for you to keep track of training records, verify workers on site, and minimise fraud. Our Competent Person scheme (run by BESCA) is also marketleading, having the broadest range of work notification types, providing a one-stop-shop that saves time and money when notifying for work.

With thriving specialist groups focussing on key industry disciplines, BESA provides members with a structure to develop technical standards and specifications which are market leading. The definitive standard for building maintenance – SFG20, is just one example of this, developed by the BESA specialist Service and Facilities Group, it is now being used in multiple countries across the world. Any standards developed are made available to BESA members at a significant discount.

Giving you a voice BESA understands that many of our members will be lobbying on key issues in their own right. The unique role we can play is to bring those independent voices together. BESA actively collaborates with other industry bodies such as CIBSE, RIBA and BIFM to ensure that there is a single, loud voice on the key issues affecting our sector. We encourage all our members to feed in their views on consultations and issues via their regional managers, and for our larger members, we offer regular meetings with our CEO. Our Major Contractors Advisory Board is a forum for major contractors to review and comment on key sector issues. It also gives members an opportunity to shape BESA’s lobbying agenda and response to political consultations.

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AFFILIATE OFFER AIMS TO BUILD NETWORK BESA has revamped and expanded the range of benefits it offers to affiliate members by introducing a new tiered system.

The Association is keen that its membership reflects the evolving nature of the industry’s supply chain and growing opportunities for collaboration. It is, therefore, looking to extend the number and range of companies who wish to be affiliated with its work and the specialist contractors who make up its core membership. The membership team under the leadership of Wayne Terry has developed a scheme that offers affiliates access to a wide range of benefits and opportunities to work with the Association and its members. The BESA Affiliate scheme is tiered, designed to support the varying needs and interests of our Affiliates. The Bronze Affiliate level is the baseline of the scheme, with the Silver, Gold and Platinum levels progressively adding more benefits and higher percentages of discount, as well as giving opportunities for regional and national brand exposure. Affiliate certificates and the use of special BESA logos are available to all ranks of affiliates along with a rising scale of discounts on advertising on the Association’s website and in the annual BESA Book and quarterly Your BESA magazine.

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Affiliate members are also able to take part in or sponsor BESA regional and specialist technical group meetings. They will, depending on their level of membership, have the opportunity to present to groups of BESA members and deliver CPD training. “Networking and exchanging technical and market intelligence is an increasingly important part of the modern building engineering services sector,” said BESA’s director of membership Wayne Terry. “We have developed our new affiliate membership scheme with a view to growing a collaborative network of design engineers; manufacturers and suppliers; contractors and building maintainers that will be of mutual benefit to all parts of the supply chain. “As well as the clear benefits to those firms who want to do business with our existing members, we see major advantages too for the core membership in having access to the knowledge, expertise and technology of affiliates.” See table for full list of affiliate member benefits and costs.


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BUILDING SERVICES BESA is the leading UK trade association for engineering companies delivering energy efficient and high performing building systems. Our experts have their fingers on the pulse of the major trends and changes that will help clients make key decisions about their built assets in 2017.

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SPECIAL CONTRACT

INNOVATE REPORT

RIBA REPORT

BUILDING SERVICES

BUILDING SERVICES

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BUILDING SERVICES

CLIMATE CHANGE

A new way of delivering projects

Buildings using 3.5 times design energy

New school buildings in poor health

Engineering the elephant

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VALUE ENGINEERING

COLLABORATION

MENTAL HEALTH

BUILDING SERVICES

BUILDING SERVICES

BUILDING SERVICES

BUILDING SERVICES

TRAINING

Putting the value back into engineering

A joined-up approach is essential if we want our voice to be heard

Suicide kills more workers than falls

Industry must be ‘master of its own training destiny’

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SKILLS GAP

SKILLCARD

DIGITAL

BUILDING SERVICES

Existing workers could plug skills gap

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BUILDING SERVICES

BUILDING SERVICES

Smart move puts SKILLcard in front

BUILDING SERVICES

Construction struggling to embrace third revolution

BUILDING SERVICES

DIGITAL

Don’t be slaves to technology


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DIGITAL

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EDUCATION

BUILDING SERVICES

BUILDING SERVICES

Pokemon go and the world of digital construction

BESA steps up support for women in engineering

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BUILDING SERVICES

FINANCE

Employers need pensions reassurance

BUILDING SERVICES

Rise in stem ‘A’ levels just ‘scratching the surface’

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BUILDING SERVICES

FINANCE

Retentions left companies ‘on their knees’

BUILDING SERVICES

FINANCE

Small firms hit by £180m interest charges due to late payment

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THE SPECIAL CONTRACT

The growth of digital design tools is a chance for the construction sector to clean up its act by producing a new form of contract, according to BESA’s head of sustainability David Frise.

The construction industry is often compared to car and aircraft manufacturers. They were in a pretty sorry state back in the 70s and 80s, but look at them now – although VW rather blotted their copybook last year.

David Frise

BESA - Head of sustainability

Building clients regularly argue that we should be able to offer the same level of service and performance guarantees they receive with their new cars. They are mystified by the ‘performance gap’ that leads to buildings – including many brand new ones – using more than double the energy they should…and being too hot; or too cold; or too stuffy. We also deliver most of our projects late, over budget and they don’t perform to the specification. We sell clients a Bentley, but deliver a Skoda. We are also a terrible neighbour.

So could we operate like the modern motor industry? They are focussed on the finished product, but also on ongoing performance through service contracts and after-sales support; they turned around their approach using digital design tools; and they only build something

once it is fully designed and tested. Could we do something similar in buildings – a far more complex and multi-faceted product? At a recent ‘Collaboration in Construction Forum’ hosted by RIBA, all the architects in the room agreed that the specialist contractor – the person who understands detail and, therefore, ultimately performance – are involved too late in the design process. If they are involved at all. RIBA President Jane Duncan said there needed to be a “frank debate” about why collaboration was failing. She said the adoption of Building Information Modelling (BIM) was creating the right environment for collaboration, but “pressure points and conflicts between team members” was undermining the process and, therefore, the delivery of a quality product. Former BESA President Andy Sneyd, engineering director of the Portakabin Group, said there were good relationships out there and lots of examples of successful collaboration, but the whole process was undermined by the way “we contract with each other”. In other words, the expertise exists, but the structure of how we deliver projects is all wrong.

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“When a developer puts in a planning application they are, in effect, making a promise to the community to deliver the building that is designed. They should not be able to break that promise because they have signed a ‘social contract’ with local residents/taxpayers.”

So how do we put it right? We need to create a new form of ‘social’ contract between the developer and the people ultimately affected by what they want to build. Not just the owner and occupier, but also the local community. We have to acknowledge a seldom spoken truth that it isn’t the construction industry that runs construction – it is the property industry. When a developer puts in a planning application they are, in effect, making a promise to the community to deliver the building that is designed. They should not be able to break that promise because they have signed a ‘social contract’ with local residents/taxpayers. However, with a few notable exceptions, most developers are not concerned about the final outcome because they are not picking up the energy bills and, whatever they do, the value of their saleable asset increases.

Their primary focus is on delivering the product to budget and on time. As a result, most local communities dread having major construction work taking place in their area because it is disruptive and, far too often, the impact is negative. This is because the initial vision has little to do with what ultimately gets built. Contractors start work on site with precious little design information because the project is going through the process of ‘value engineering’, which is another expression for buying products at the cheapest possible price and then putting them together in something that approximates the original design. If you put a car together like that – it probably won’t be drivable; and certainly will break down all the time. That’s bad enough, but as Andy Sneyd said, the way we contract with each other makes things even worse. We are an activity-based industry, generally triggered by the payment system, which means we get people and materials to site as fast as possible. As a result, we stumble into a ‘build and design’ pattern that means the people on site are making things up as they go along – taking too long and making lots of mistakes.


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“Their primary focus is on delivering the product to budget and on time. As a result, most local communities dread having major construction work taking place in their area because it is disruptive and, far too often, the impact is negative.”

BIM and the planning process However, a combination of BIM and the planning process can break this inefficient cycle and put local communities in control of what is ‘being done to them’ by creating a new form of social contract that works like this:

• The local authority grants planning approval

to the developer on the proviso that no work can start on site until a very large proportion of the design is complete and signed off – say 75%. The developer still has security of knowing the project can progress, but this compels them to ensure the project is properly designed first.

BIM is the obvious tool that makes this new form of contract possible because it allows for early and low cost verification of designs as well as transparency of the process. It would allow the local planning department to operate more like the Civil Aviation Authority. Can you imagine Boeing starting to build an aircraft before it was fully designed? Would such a craft ever get off the ground? A project that is fully designed from the start leads to a better building with less disruption to its neighbours and a more profitable and harmonious supply chain.

• The developer pays for an independent

It also would mean buildings perform closer to their design intent; reducing the need to build expensive power stations to plug the energy gap – good news for all taxpayers.

• Penalties are significant enough to be a

An industry that works along these lines would quickly improve its image; making it easier to attract a higher calibre of new entrant. It would be reinvented – rather like the car industry.

professional to certify the design work is complete and that there is a coherent programme of works in place – if that is not followed, financial penalties will be incurred. deterrent to corner cutting and to keep the project to schedule, which has the added bonus of reducing disruption and distress to surrounding homes and businesses. The local authority audits a percentage of projects.

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INNOVATE REPORT

BUILDINGS USING 3.5 TIMES DESIGN ENERGY

A report from the government innovation agency Innovate UK made sobering reading for the commercial building supply chain in 2016 and highlighted the importance of putting “simplicity” at the heart of building engineering designs.

It found that modern non-domestic buildings ‘routinely’ use 3.5 times the amount of energy they are designed to consume and rarely live up to performance expectations. It also revealed that carbon emissions were, on average, 3.8 times higher than designers estimated. The report analysed data from Innovate’s £8 million Building Performance Evaluation Programme covering 50 ‘leading-edge, modern buildings’, including supermarkets, offices, schools and health centres. Researchers found that many projects had difficulty merging new technologies, in particular building management systems. Many also had problems with maintenance, controls and metering on biomass boilers, solar panels and solar water heaters. Innovate has urged designers, constructors and contractors to make use of the information to improve future building performance.

It added that the average electricity use across the buildings was 103 kWh/m2, while the mean for fuel was 92 kWh/m2. “Electricity and fuel use are important. We can only assess a building as performing well if it achieves low electricity and fuel use – while keeping occupants comfortable,” the report said. Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs) do not reliably predict actual energy use in buildings – and there is very little correlation between EPCs and Display Energy Certificates, which record actual energy use.

Conclusions Innovate’s researched showed that average total carbon emissions were 3.8 times higher than the average design estimate – and only 1 of the 49 buildings had actual carbon emissions that matched the design estimate.

• Average total carbon emissions were 75.2

Range

kgCO2 per square metre per year – or an average equivalent to the annual emissions of 90 homes for each of these buildings.

“The range of energy use per square metre across the projects was very wide – from 28 to 367 kWh/m2 for electricity, and from 0 to 316 kWh/m2 for fuel,” an Innovate statement said.

often temperamental and there can be problems sourcing and delivering fuel. However, they can provide much lower emissions when they work.

• Biomass boilers seem to polarise: they are

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“Researchers found that many projects had difficulty merging new technologies, in particular building management systems. Many also had problems with maintenance, controls and metering on biomass boilers, solar panels and solar water heaters.”

• Controls are a problem: There is a tendency

to make controls for mechanical and electrical services too complicated. This alienates occupants and can mean the building defaults to high energy use.

• Building Management Systems (BMSs)

are another big challenge. Many buildings had systems their occupants could not use. Sometimes, they conflicted with other system controls, leading to confusion and wasteful energy use.

• The average tested airtightness across

non-domestic buildings was 6.1 m3/m2.h – significantly better than the minimum requirement in Building Regulations.

• Many buildings with natural ventilation achieved low-carbon emissions, whereas buildings with poor control of space and water heating and/or lighting often had high emissions.

“Designers should ensure all operatives understand the importance of airtightness, and how to avoid puncturing an air barrier,” it added, adding that contractors must allow extra time in the programme for innovative systems. “Installation often takes longer than expected, and full commissioning before handover is essential”. Designers and contractors should not rely on a BMS giving the required level of control across the building services. “You may need specialist help for this, which can be expensive,” they said. Innovate UK says it has invested over £1.5 billion in innovation, matched by a further £1.5 billion in partner and business funding since 2007. It has helped more than 5,000 innovative companies in projects estimated to add £7.5 billion to the UK economy and created 35,000 extra new jobs.

As a result, the report’s authors recommended that designers “put simplicity first – especially when it comes to controls” and make a special effort on airtightness. Systems and controls should not be substituted for lower-cost alternatives “if they are harder to use – and potentially unmanageable”. They also urged designers and contractors to use natural ventilation and/or mixed mode and appoint an airtightness champion onsite “if you wish to achieve top results”.

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RIBA REPORT

NEW SCHOOL BUILDINGS IN POOR HEALTH

Overly complex building services are contributing to poor performance of new school buildings, according to a report from the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA).

Just 5% of 59,967 buildings in 18,000 schools surveyed were in top condition, performing as intended and operating efficiently, the report revealed. As a result, most schools are not providing conditions conducive to learning and are suffering from inflated operating costs. “From damp, leaky buildings to serious issues like exposure to asbestos, too many pupils are trying to learn in classrooms that are damaging to their health - and their education,” the report said. Almost all of the 500 teachers surveyed said good school buildings were crucial to improving children’s learning and behaviour, but almost half said their schools were too small for the number of pupils, and a quarter rated the buildings as “poor” or “very poor”. The report went on to look at specific failures in new build schools and pinpointed significant problems with building services strategies. “A lot of newer schools were driven to adopt overly-complex strategies and systems, which overwhelmed school staff and quickly became unmanageable,” said Lisa Ann Pasquale, director at the consultancy Six Cylinder who carried out technical analysis of the post occupancy evaluations used to gather evidence.

She added that difficulties addressing multiple, competing design guidelines – such as acoustic and ventilation requirements – and a tendency to choose complex or ‘maintenance intense’ systems, such as biomass boilers and BMSs in a bid to improve SBEM or BREEAM scores without fully understanding their maintenance complexities, had led to problems. The report also noted that early design decisions were critical to achieving good quality environments and efficient buildings. It added that “simple, robust, passive strategies, intuitive manual controls, and higher ceilings to absorb stale air” could create more comfortable conditions conducive to learning, with less costly maintenance and fewer operational burdens. “Building services engineers could play a pivotal role by helping architects develop concept designs that minimise reliance on mechanical and electrical services, if they were brought into projects earlier,” said Ms Pasquale.

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ENGINEERING THE ELEPHANT

CIBSE President John Field explains why building services engineering is the most important industry in the world.

John Field

CIBSE President www.cibse.org

We can’t address the future without talking about ‘the elephant in the room’ – that momentous event that took place in late June 2016 and changed the face of Britain forever: Of course, I am referring to the 30th, when the government committed to the emissions reductions recommended by the Committee on Climate Change to reduce the UK’s carbon output by 57% relative to 1990 levels by 2030.

your competitors, but it’s also an opportunity to set the most ambitious carbon reduction targets in the world and work together as an industry to ensure they are met.

I don’t blame you if you thought I was talking about ‘Brexit’, but the scale of the challenge and the opportunity in front of us because of the decision to leave the EU pales into insignificance in comparison.

For me, the big question is: Why not?

The simple fact is that, Brexit or not, the UK needs to implement and stick to all of its current climate targets – and set even more stringent ones in the future – in order to reach that 57% goal. At the same time as the Government committed to the target, the Committee on Climate Change released its recommendations on how to meet this goal, which made for interesting reading. We have managed to reduce our emissions by 38% from 1990 levels, which is impressive, but most of the heavy lifting has been done by de-carbonising the power generation side. In order to progress, other sectors are going to have to up their game. We’re moving into uncertain times, and there is an understandable urge to become protectionist; keep your head down and a suspicious eye on

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It is up to us to stick our heads above the parapet and set the agenda in this vacuum by telling politicians what we want, and providing the expertise we need to get it done.

Our industry is at the forefront of technology: Visiting Hong Kong last year with our Young Engineers Network (YEN) we were shown around a building by the members who manage it, and other members who designed the services. It is one of the tallest office buildings in the world, not far off three ‘One Canada Squares’ stacked vertically. It is designed to sway 1m in one of their regular typhoons, and can continue to function normally, bar halting the high speed lifts for a bit. Our industry can attract people from other disciplines: I’ve had members say they joined building services from all walks of life and other engineering sectors: marine, aeronautical and, in my own case, from the nuclear power industry. I helped commission the Hinkley Point B power station in the mid1970s, and was attracted to building services


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“A Royal College of Physicians report in February 2016 reported that internal air pollution may have contributed to 99,000 deaths.”

for its potential to change the world. If we can mobilise this way of thinking, we can expand our collaboration further than ever before. We can attract idealists: One might be attracted to our industry by idealist motives, and with some reason. The Ideal Home solar house in 1981 - a ground breaking passive solar and active solar house – is a great case in point. It is not the house that’s important here, but the principles behind it embodying sustainable eco-friendly design as an integral part of the building. If we can demonstrate we have the skill and the will to make these things a reality, this can lead to greater engineering involvement, or more commercial services and multi million pound projects. We have an important role in health and wellbeing: A Royal College of Physicians report in February 2016 reported that internal air pollution may have contributed to 99,000 deaths. People like a challenge – and there is clearly plenty for us to do. The building services sector provides public benefit: Apart from healthy, comfortable and happy occupants, we also provide local amenities and benefit the globe by advocating an environmental agenda. We’re all working in growth industries, and our relevance is only getting larger. New areas are opening up such as data centres, resilience of energy supply and of operation, and efficient operation. They use around 5% of our electricity already, and they will depend on us to keep their costs and carbon down as the Internet increasingly spreads to the developing world. So what’s to be done? Well there’s plenty of scope for improvement.

We could make buildings perform better or, more aptly, we need to get buildings to perform as intended. The famed “Performance Gap” needs to be slammed shut: encompassing comfort and internal conditions, operating costs and resource use, and societal and organisational aspects including flexibility and productivity.

Communication We could be known for excellent communication: Who would be brave enough to say that we as an industry make a good case to building users and occupiers as to the importance of our work at the moment? But it’s not just building occupiers, it’s also clients, the public, stakeholders, and legislators and last but not least the members of CIBSE and BESA. We could harness technology, without becoming its slave. This encompasses design, BIM, modelling, controls/BMS, and Plug & Play design. All of these technologies have ‘game changing’ potential, but only when used intelligently. We need to constantly experiment and assess our ways of working to make sure we’re not reduced to mere compliance, but that we’re actually using these technologies to make a difference to the quality and efficiency of our work. So here’s where we are: We are in just about the most important industry there is, and we can use this to inspire and attract new engineers and volunteers to help us build knowledge, which we desperately need to take on these big incoming challenges and opportunities. Historically the sector has responded well to new challenges, and we have strong initiatives to take us forward. With the challenges and changes we need a plan: Each separate player in the sector has a plan but what is needed is the different players in the sector working together. This is probably the single biggest issue as, without it, we will be ignored by government and displaced by technology and new ways of working. Initiatives like the EDGE Collaborate for Change report, the CIC and SOJACES can provide a framework for this collaboration, but the prime requirement is for us to understand its importance and to commit to further co-operation.

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PUTTING THE VALUE BACK INTO ENGINEERING 100 years ago, mechanical engineers were highly respected members of society. BESA chief executive Paul McLaughlin argues that today’s generation deserves similar status.

In 1916, the average life expectancy for men was 47 years; only 14% of homes had a bath; and the tallest structure in the world was the Eiffel Tower. At that time, with the First World War still raging, the average British worker earned £15 a year, although accountants, vets and dentists could command handsome annual salaries of around £800 to £900. By contrast, mechanical engineers were paid, on average, a relatively staggering £2,000. They were the titans of the UK economy. Paul McLaughlin

BESA chief executive

100 years later, where does our profession – and engineering more generally – stand in terms of status? One thing is for sure, professional engineers are not earning double the amount commanded by people in the financial services sector – quite the reverse. In relative terms, we are a very long way away from the status commanded by our engineering forebears of 1916; yet our industry’s role today is no less important to society. The President of the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE) John Field touched on this theme when he told his inauguration audience last year that our sector’s work is “at the centre of life…we make it work”.

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Billions He said building engineers were among “the most important professionals in the world” helping billions of people deal with the fact that they spend, on average, 94% of their time in buildings and transport. Yet, he pointed out that, in more than one sense, our achievements remain “behind closed doors”. It is a high priority for us at BESA to blow the industry’s trumpet much more loudly in the months and years ahead – and we are also happy to do that in partnership with likeminded organisations like CIBSE. The government’s new Construction Strategy sets out the importance of the industry improving its productivity in order to deliver the £163bn worth of major projects in the public sector pipeline. It seeks to achieve £1.7bn worth of “efficiencies” and support the creation of 20,000 apprenticeships by the end of the decade. Everything we do as a specialist industry working at the heart of infrastructure, housing, schools, commercial offices, sports facilities etc. is crucial to a prosperous, future-focused Britain. Yet, how is our role recognised and rewarded?


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“It is a high priority for us at BESA to blow the industry’s trumpet much more loudly in the months and years ahead – and we are also happy to do that in partnership with like-minded organisations like CIBSE.”

The new technology sector does not have a profile problem, but many of the UK’s so-called ‘Tech Unicorn’ businesses are getting into financial difficulties. Some companies that were valued in the billions of pounds last year are, effectively, bust because they lack the practical know-how to move their digital ideas into the real world. Building engineers are the crucial bridge between many tech concepts and real world application where ‘smart’ ideas can start to deliver actual returns by improving a building user’s experience; cutting long-term running costs; and improving comfort conditions. John Field urged us to “speak up” and increase our influence on government policy and construction best practice to ensure we get the appropriate level of recognition. This, he believes, will also encourage young people and others working in different sectors to come across to our industry. “We are at the centre of everyday life, we make it work, and what we do betters the lives and health of billions of people around the world,” he told his audience. “What we do can be incredibly exciting and inspiring – we lead some incredible initiatives, work in amazing places and make a real difference towards bettering the world.”

Boast Absolutely true, but it is not in an engineer’s nature to boast about their achievements. They often leave that to others and, as a result, recognition has also slipped behind. In order to be properly rewarded, we need to value ourselves first and demonstrate that what we do matters. Then we can urge the government to help us promote the industry properly. ‘Value engineering’ has become something of a dirty term in construction as it, more often than not, involves stripping value out of what we do. It is time to take back the high ground and redefine the role of the engineer as a creator of value and make sure our industry gets due credit for the brilliant solutions it produces. Building engineering services contractors have a huge influence on the operational phase of a building’s life – the 80% in the 10-80-10 equation that defines a building’s value from cradle to grave. Yet clients (including the government) often focus on the 10% that accounts for the design and construction phase. We need to reinforce the fact that the way buildings perform makes a vital contribution to everyday life and is crucial to the productivity improvements craved by the government and other construction clients. By putting our heads above the parapet and trumpeting what we know and deliver, the building engineering services sector can retake the high ground gained – and subsequently lost – by previous generations of engineering problem solvers.

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THE POWER OF ONE

A joined-up approach across the whole mechanical and electrical engineering sector is essential if we want our voice to be heard in the corridors of power, says Electrical Contractors’ Association CEO Steve Bratt.

When I took on the role of ECA Group CEO, I visited many of the government departments – including BIS and the DCLG – both to build on the existing relationships ECA had, and to get their views on how best to engage with them on influencing government policy.

Steve Bratt

ECA Group CEO www.eca.co.uk

The message I received was clear: As far as the electrotechnical sector was concerned, we were – and remain – well positioned to exert high levels of influence. However, looking at the wider engineering services and construction sectors, there was a view, within government, that we should be more joined up and speak with one voice more regularly. Examples were given of the sort of effective cross-industry cooperation enjoyed in other industries, like the car manufacturing and financial/banking sectors, which have established cohesive arrangements covering the whole supply chain – and how this had worked to their advantage when seeking to influence decision-makers in Whitehall.

Policy As a result, I set about trying to bring our sector together to speak with one voice as much as possible. This started with the creation of Certsure, which has brought NICEIC into the co-ownership of ECA in a joint venture with Electrical Safety First, the consumer safety charity. This gives us the chance to establish common policy on electrotechnical matters and reinforce our already strong position in this area. I also set about building improved relationships with the wider electrotechnical supply chain and, as a result, have established good working relationships with BEAMA, the body representing the electrical equipment manufacturers, and the Electrical Distributors Association (EDA). Both of these organisations have committed to co-locating with the ECA and establishing an electrotechnical industry hub in one central London location. In addition, the ECA has joined ESCO – the strategy body for the electrotechnical and electronics sector – with the aim of ensuring that the contractor’s perspective is heard and considered among the manufacturing community.

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“I set about trying to bring our sector together to speak with one voice as much as possible. This started with the creation of Certsure, which has brought NICEIC into the co-ownership of ECA in a joint venture with Electrical Safety First, the consumer safety charity.” We have also taken steps to ensure a more ‘joined-up’ approach when it comes to the wider construction sector. To that end, I am on the board of Build UK – the influential construction industry body that provides a strong collective voice for the contracting supply chain in construction. Build UK is seeking to deliver change to the construction industry by enhancing the way the contracting part of it works – improving the efficiency and delivery of construction projects. This will, in turn, foster a more positive, dynamic relationship between the industry and clients and, on a broader level, give us more influence on key issues affecting the industry. However, there is still more to do, and there is an important piece of the jigsaw still missing. That part is establishing how the bodies representing the different disciplines in engineering services – electrical, mechanical and plumbing – and parts of the supply chain – designers, manufacturers, distributors and contractors – can work together more productively and efficiently.

The original proposals for how it would work filled us all with dread. We therefore set about trying to influence the outcome. However, it wasn’t until the sector came together as a joined-up group with a consistent message that the industry managed to exert influence – and when we did, we were extremely effective. So what’s next? Well, there are other important issues on which the whole supply chain of the engineering services sector needs to act as one. Prioritising energy efficiency; industry image and positioning; skills shortages; and the adoption and exploitation of new technologies are just some examples where a unified voice could deliver much more impact on policy decisions. So watch this space as we strive to achieve our objective of being an engineering services sector that can speak with one voice – and represent what we can do in a way that does it justice.

Experience tells us that we have many common aims. It also informs us that trying to influence individually on matters that involve different disciplines is not as effective as it could – or should – be. Take our attempts to influence the proposed government funding arrangements for apprenticeships as an example.

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SUICIDE KILLS MORE WORKERS THAN FALLS Suicide kills six times as many construction workers as falling from heights, according to mental health specialists.

In 2016, BESA kicked off a campaign to address the growing problem of depression and suicide across our sector and has been working with the charity Samaritans. The first step was a workshop chaired by BESA chief executive Paul McLaughlin and run by Samaritans volunteers, who called for more attention to be paid to depression and stress in the industry. “With the amount of energy being put into managing physical risk; you have to question whether the industry is getting the health and safety balance right,” said Samaritans regional partnerships officer Will Skinner.

• Someone in the UK takes their own life every

90 minutes and there were 6,122 recorded deaths by suicide in the UK in 2014 of which 76% were men. This compares with 1,775 people who died in traffic accidents.

• Suicide is the biggest killer of men under 50 and the highest suicide rate is among males aged 45-59.

The main risk factors include depression and mental illness – which can often be brought on by a stressful working environment; money worries; drugs and alcohol. Mr Skinner told the seminar that men from poorer economic backgrounds are also 10 times more likely to die by suicide than men who are better off.

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Forgotten The seminar, which was hosted and organised by BESA with the Electrical Contractors’Association (ECA); and the CIBSE Patrons, heard that depression and suicide was the “forgotten health and safety issue”. Paul McLaughlin said 80% of employers in the building engineering sector recognised mental health was a major issue and was already having an impact on their businesses, according to a recent survey of BESA and ECA members. “Both large and small companies share the same concerns, but many simply don’t know how to deal with this,” he said. “The first thing you have to do is acknowledge there is an issue, which is why we are now working with the Samaritans.” He said that how the industry behaved and how it treated people was a major contributory factor to growing depression and suicidal feelings in workers. “There are thousands of risk assessments being carried out across the industry and very few even mention mental health,” added Mr McLaughlin. “If something is important; you need to start measuring it, which is what the industry did with physical injuries and accidents. We need to introduce something similar for mental health.” Mr Skinner added that anyone could intervene and help a person suffering from emotional stress including depression and suicidal thoughts.


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“If something is important; you need to start measuring it, which is what the industry did with physical injuries and accidents. We need to introduce something similar for mental health.” “You don’t have to be a trained mental health specialist. Just listening is a great gift to give someone who is having a crisis,” he said. BESA President Malcolm Thomson said small business owners were under particular pressure in the current economic climate and many were treading a “fine line between being just about OK” and succumbing to stress. Former architect Paul Fletcher said the industry was killing people “through its actions and inactions”. He shared his own experiences of depression with delegates; relating how he had already planned his suicide before a friend intervened. “As a male-centric industry, we find it hard to admit we are feeling weak,” he said. “We are penalised for these things and made to feel inferior. The building industry actually aspires to being the biggest bully – we celebrate aggression and competitiveness.”

Depression He added that the natural instinct of men and engineers was to “fix stuff”, but finding a solution for depression was not like solving a technical challenge. “For once we need to stop being competitive and just listen to each other,” he urged. “The industry needs to talk about health and safety in a holistic way and focus on doing less harm. We have all inadvertently bullied people.” He said that he knew of one major constructor who dealt with health and safety issues by penalising anyone who reported an incident. “We are driven by selfishness and greed and could do things better if we reach out to each other and work together,” added Mr Fletcher. Business owners were urged to give employees more “breathing space” by giving them time away from the stressful work environment.

“It is in your business interests as they are more likely to come back to work the next day,” said Mr Skinner. “Make the person feel they are part of something; not just an employee,” added Mr Fletcher. “Sense of self-worth is vital and they could help you as a business owner.” BESA head of sustainability David Frise made a link between “broken buildings and broken people” saying that the “performance gap” [where thousands of buildings fail to live up to occupants’ expectations] was partly as the result of people being put under enormous pressure to deliver projects via a process that didn’t work properly. “We need to create a new business model that helps people produce better buildings in a better culture,” he said. ECA director of external affairs Paul Reeve said this would require reforming the current ‘culture’ that “labels people with mental health problems as weak”. He said there were plenty of tools to do this, but “it will not be easy and we must not be afraid to take it on”. The three industry bodies and The Samaritans agreed that the seminar should be the start of a major initiative to address mental health issues across the building engineering sector to include raising awareness and providing specialist training as part of health & safety programmes. “There is a stigma around suicide and depression, which makes people reluctant to speak out,” said Mr McLaughlin. “But just by being here today; we have taken important steps forward.” You don’t have to be suicidal to call Samaritans. Whatever you’re going through, call us free any time from any phone on 116 123 (this number is FREE to call and will not appear on your phone bill), email: jo@samaritans.org, or visit www.samaritans.org to find details of your nearest branch. It’s the public’s kind donations and more than 21,000 trained volunteers that mean Samaritans is always there for anyone struggling to cope. Find out how you can support us: www.samaritans.org/support-us

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INDUSTRY MUST BE ‘MASTER OF ITS OWN TRAINING DESTINY’ Building engineering firms must seize control of the rapidly changing apprenticeship agenda and make sure it is shaped to their benefit, explains Tony Howard, Director of BESA Training.

The launch of the government’s Apprenticeship Levy and the programme to develop new ‘Trailblazer’ apprenticeships makes this a key moment in the industry’s training history, according to BESA director of training Tony Howard.

Tony Howard

BESA director of training

*Information correct as of October 2016.

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“This is a time of uncertainty so it is really important that employers step up and take responsibility for the whole process,” he said. “It is crucial that we get a good fix on the quality and how the delivery of Trailblazers is managed and priced. We do not want external training providers from outside our industry trying to muscle in and strip money out of the system and away from where it can add best value.”

Funding It will then become a case of “use it or lose it” as employers are urged to dip into the fund to increase the stream of new entrants into the sector. “With greater control of the system we can start to focus on tackling the skills gap,” said Mr Howard. “Every employer in our sector should be able to take out more than they put into the levy – and many SMEs will not have to contribute anything at all, but can still access funding to support their recruitment and training plans.”

The closure in April of the current scheme for funding apprenticeships that haven’t already started is a “game changer”, according to Mr Howard. At that point, employers will be able to start drawing funds from their digital levy account to help recruit and train apprentices.

Only employers with an annual wage bill of more than £3 million will pay into the Apprenticeship Levy. According to the Department for Education, this means that 98% of employers in England will not have to pay anything into the Levy, but will still receive 90% of the costs of training an apprentice from the government.

The levy is expected to produce a training fund of £2.5bn to support the creation of three million new apprenticeships by 2020. The system is overseen by the new Institute for Apprenticeships, which is also responsible for monitoring the quality of the apprenticeships developed by each industry sector.

Extra support, worth up to £2,000 per trainee*, will also be available for employers and training providers that take on 16 to 18-year-old apprentices or young care leavers. Employers with fewer than 50 employees will also have 100% of training costs paid for by the government if they take on these apprentices.


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“It is up to us, as an industry, to ensure the standards we develop properly reflect what our businesses want.” “This will help to ensure every young person, regardless of background or ability, has the chance to make their first step into work,” the department stated. It also proposes to simplify the apprentice system by creating 15 funding bands – ranging from £1,500 to £27,000 – to reflect the different costs of training in the various industry sectors. All existing and new apprenticeship frameworks and standards will be placed within one of these funding bands, but employers will then be expected to negotiate with training providers to secure the best price. The cost of training an apprentice in the building engineering sector is among the highest when compared with all other industries due to the nature and length of the training period. This makes it even more important that “we get the delivery price right”, according to Mr Howard, whose organisation BESA Training is working with groups of employers on a range of Trailblazers and the associated delivery mechanisms. “It is up to us, as an industry, to ensure we get the right mixture of skills and that the standards we develop properly reflect what our businesses want,” said Mr Howard, adding that employers were crucial to the whole apprenticeship development process and their involvement should not end even after the training is established. “If the expert working groups drop away after developing a Trailblazer, we lose our ability to measure, monitor and maintain the quality,” he said. “We really don’t want to hand this over to providers from outside our sector because they don’t add any value to the process and take money out of our industry that would be better spent on delivering more training.” He said it was also important to guard against “over-assessing and over-certificating” simply to satisfy a process when the important thing is to make sure the apprenticeships are “fit for purpose”.

Diminish Trailblazers are also part of the overall reform of further education across the UK with a particular emphasis on linking apprenticeships to career paths. Existing National Vocational Qualifications (NVQs) are expected to diminish in importance as the new apprenticeship schemes take their place. Early adopter Trailblazers will be trialled in pilot training centres – including one covering heating and ventilation. Heat pumps; property maintenance; and HVAC level 3 (industrial/ commercial) are other subjects in the pipeline as groups of employers work with BESA Training to shape future training and delivery standards. This work needs to be underpinned by a “common platform” for all training providers set up by the Institute of Apprenticeships so that the new standards can “take hold”, according to Mr Howard. He also warned employers who are trying to deliver their own training and manage their own apprenticeships that some are falling foul of the auditing process. He said they should recognise the support they can get from expert industry-based training providers. “It is great that some employers want to engage in this way, but just as we would not expect to suddenly start quoting and delivering installation work, you have to remember that this is not what engineering firms do for a living. “It would be much better to work with a professional training provider from within our industry and let them use their skills and experience to shape your workforce with you.” Getting a consistent platform to avoid any disparity between different providers is also vital, he says. “An inconsistent basis could lead to some apprentices failing to reach the standard,” added Mr Howard. “Trailblazers and assessment plans are up and running. Now we must pick up the baton for delivery and end point assessment to ensure our industry has its own badge of quality for apprenticeships that will serve it well far into the future.”

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EXISTING WORKERS COULD PLUG SKILLS GAP People already working in the building engineering services sector could play a major role in tackling a growing skills crisis.

Demand for new operatives in all sectors of the building engineering services industry will rise over the next four years and could lead to significant skills shortages in many areas. Research funded by BESA into the industry’s labour market and published in the report ‘Future Manpower and Skills Availability’ has revealed the true extent of our dwindling human capital. However, it has also produced some thought provoking conclusions and suggested there may be more than one solution to this problem. The research, carried out by Dr Mike Hammond, supported the Association’s view that many workers, who came into the sector during the recession, have missed out on formal training and could now be offered apprenticeships or the opportunity to upskill. The BESA research also showed there was an imbalance in training provision, with the number of plumbing apprenticeships far exceeding the sector’s needs. This suggests industrial and commercial building services employers may be having to compromise by using plumbing training in the absence, in many parts of the country, of the specific H&V courses they would prefer.

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Crisis We, clearly, don’t have enough people, but equally, we don’t have enough people in the right places. So, could some of those with plumbing qualifications be moved across to plug shortages in other sectors? Dr Hammond predicted a massive “under-supply in every other sector [apart from plumbing] between now and 2018” particularly in the heating and ventilating professions. He said that ductwork was already “in crisis”, but things were not quite so dire in air conditioning and refrigeration. Skills shortages are also being exacerbated by the number of people in the industry reaching retirement age. The BESA research revealed that over 500 trained building services professionals were due to retire this year; with only 65 new apprentices entering the sector at the age of 16 to take their place. This means we are also losing a lot of management level experience. Dr Hammond used data from the Engineering Services SKILLcard system, which has been used to register operative training and professional qualifications since 2001, to show there has also been a general ‘de-skilling’ across the sector in recent years with employers often only training up to Level 2 – usually for pragmatic reasons like cost and the need to get people on site as quickly as possible.


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This does, however, create an opportunity to ‘upskill’ many young workers holding the basic green card to higher levels. There is a great opportunity for existing employees, in return for doing a bit more training, to significantly enhance their earning potential and job satisfaction. As Dr Hammond summarised: “There are too many people in some areas and not nearly enough in others, but if you accept the premise that you can retrain plumbers to do other things; then there is a solution.” However, this may not necessarily just be about de-skilling, but about the need for new skills. New approaches to commissioning and the use of off-site fabrication are creating a demand for a different type of worker. In short, it is a complex problem – not simply a case of numbers, but of better targeting of training and, also, training funds. So are the three million new ‘Trailblazer’ apprenticeships promised by the government between now and 2020 the answer? The introduction of the Apprenticeship Levy to pay for them goes hand in hand with the establishment of a new Institute for Apprenticeships, independent of Government and employer-led, which will be responsible for approving the standards that sit behind Trailblazer apprenticeships and a range of other functions critical to the apprenticeship reform programme. There are five new apprenticeships proposed for the building engineering services sector including industrial and commercial pipefitting and ductwork at level 2 (installer) and level 3 (craftsperson); along with service and maintenance at level 3. There are also higher and degree level apprenticeships (levels 4 to 6) in development for the sector in response to shortages identified by business leaders like the CBI. Earlier this year its research showed that 73% of contractors were finding it difficult to recruit staff with the high level skills they need to keep up with growing demand for modern, sophisticated buildings.

Professor Tony Thomas of London South Bank University believes there has been “a mismatch between student standards and the requirements of many contractor employers”. This was largely down to the traditional way of recruiting full-time students, many of whom do not have specific practical skills. He said there was a lack of “workplace competencies” [i.e. project management skills] and a bias towards design/professional office-based work. He said the new higher level apprenticeships being developed as part of the Trailblazer scheme would “help our sector play its part in driving a higher skilled economy”. The government estimates that someone who trains up to a Level 4 qualification can earn an extra £150,000 over their working life, but that seems on the ‘conservative’ side. Highly skilled professionals in a growing industry with high demand will surely do better than that over a sustained career. Full-time education for 14-19 year olds, in general, is undergoing something of a revolution with the rise of University Technical Colleges; studio schools; and independent academies. Further Education colleges have also started taking on children from the age of 14, which means they can be guided towards more practical professions.

Generations This is a great opportunity for the BESA members to shape future generations of engineers by working with local education providers and helping them deliver workplacebased training that is appropriate to their business needs and the demands of their clients. Currently just 12% of businesses employ apprentices – so there is a big market to aim for – and 72% of those who do take them on report improved productivity as a result. We also have a better understanding of the nature of the problem now, which allows us to look for more subtle solutions such as upskilling and retraining rather than simply focussing on growing the number of new recruits. We need people, but we also need them to have new skills and, in return, they should be properly rewarded; both financially and professionally.

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SMART MOVE PUTS SKILLcard IN FRONT

The Engineering Services SKILLcard now uses ‘smart’ technology as part of a strategy to further improve professional standards across the building engineering services industry.

SKILLcard, which is used by more than 50,000 mechanical engineering workers to provide proof of their skills and to access project sites in line with health and safety legislation, was the first of the specialist schemes in the construction industry to switch to chip-enabled smart technology. As the first affiliate of the Construction Skills Certification Scheme (CSCS) to go smart, it puts mechanical engineers in the vanguard of the construction industry’s adoption of digital methods. Other construction sectors will follow so that by 2020 all building professionals will be using smart card technology to gain access to project sites. The new cards will gradually replace the oldstyle cards as they come up for renewal. They offer greater functionality than their ‘analogue’ predecessors enabling employers and site managers to check the holder’s qualifications and skills much more quickly; with information on the card accessible via smartphone, card reader or tablet. The information held on the card is also more accurate as it can be rapidly updated with any new skills and qualifications.

The application process via the SKILLcard website (www.skillcard.org.uk) remains the same and current cards will still be valid until their expiry date. The cost of the new smart card is £40 and renewal reminders will be issued to holders in the usual way. CSCS said this move was all part of the modernisation of the industry and part of a wider strategy to improve professional standards and safeguard health and wellbeing of operatives and the general public. “Information is extremely powerful in this day and age,” he/she said. “Construction is such a huge and complex field that it is vital we take advantage of all the digital technologies available to us. This is a very significant step being taken by SKILLcard and puts their card holders at the forefront of a new generation in construction.” For more information visit: www.skillcard.org.uk

Smart cards are also much harder to fake so this change will lead to a reduction in counterfeiting and misuse by unqualified ‘cowboy’ operatives.

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CONSTRUCTION STRUGGLING TO EMBRACE THIRD REVOLUTION First it was steam; then it was electricity; now digital is transforming the world and creating the third industrial revolution, but construction is struggling to keep up, says BESA’s legal and commercial director Rob Driscoll.

The increasingly heated row over the UK’s broadband networks and complaints from communities outside the high speed zones shows just how mainstream ‘Digital Britain’ has become. Infrastructure no longer means just ‘physical’ elements like roads, railways, bridges – it also includes our digital highways, which are pivotal to all aspects of modern commerce.

Rob Driscoll

BESA - Legal and commercial

The proposed Digital Economy Bill being put forward in this Parliament will, if passed, impose a universal service obligation on telecom companies so that everyone in the country will have access to a minimum 10Mbps download speed – not exactly rapid by modern standards, but the principle is important. This, along with the growing clamour for BT to ramp up investment in its Openreach infrastructure or have it taken away, shows how central our digital circulation system is to us all. The third great industrial revolution is up on us offering the potential of hugely improved productivity and massive disruption to the way we all work and live. Steam drove the first revolution by taking hand driven tasks into the mechanical age; and electricity gave rise to the second by transforming the speed, power and affordability of technology.

Power The Digital era is expanding faster and further than the previous two and reaches into every aspect of modern life. Moore’s Law was written in 1965 and refers to transistors, but the principle that every two years technology doubles in speed, capacity and power, but halves in size and price, still holds true. So we are seeing increased processing power; real-time access to hitherto hidden and unmined data; algorithms allowing automated thought patterns; and, better integration of existing technologies. The emergence of artificial intelligence, cognitive technology, robotics, the Internet of Things, autonomous vehicles, 3-D printing, nanotechnology, biotechnology, materials science, energy storage, and quantum computing are transforming our world. This is enormously disruptive and is driving social and economic expectations sky high. However, the nature of construction and its supply chains means the industry is falling behind when it should be in the vanguard of this revolution. We remain fragmented and paper-based, which baffles Government and clients. The sector also remains amazingly labour-intensive in so many of its functions when an improved, more automated model has been available for years.

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“The construction industry is now expected to deliver smart grids, smart energy, smart homes, and smart cities. The government has driven the use of Building Information Modelling (BIM) on its construction projects and needs the industry to step up and meet expectations of new design models using new construction materials and techniques.” The industry’s clients are building their businesses on digital networks, which gives them greater transparency, client engagement, and new ways of designing, marketing, and delivering products and services – they are, therefore, puzzled that their construction suppliers are not doing the same. Technology-enabled platforms that combine both demand and supply, such as those we see in the emerging smart homes market, are transforming the business models of energy suppliers and changing industry structures. These technology platforms are accessible to domestic consumers via mobile devices and so create an entirely new relationship between supplier and client. They create two-way transparency and will have an even more radical impact when scaled up for industrial purposes. New technologies make assets more durable and resilient, while data and analytics are transforming how they are maintained. They also put the client at the centre of the process, where they should be, not at the back waiting and hoping that they will receive the final product they specified.

The construction industry is now expected to deliver smart grids, smart energy, smart homes, and smart cities. The government has driven the use of Building Information Modelling (BIM) on its construction projects and needs the industry to step up and meet expectations of new design models using new construction materials and techniques. UK construction, unlike other areas of commerce that routinely invest in R&D to maintain competitive edge, is highly fragmented and cash-flow is impaired due to outdated payment practices. This leads to poor profit margins that, in turn, result in a lack of investment in innovation. In other sectors with stronger and more cohesive supply chains, automation has led the transformation of entire systems of production, management, and governance along the road to the Internet of Things. Construction is not as different as many would have us believe – it is not the nature of our work that constrains greater digitisation, but the ‘culture’ that has grown up within noncollaborative supply chains.

Collaborate The arrival of the Digital Age does not mean that the culture could change – it means it simply must change. Those who fail to collaborate and interact in a digital working environment are left by the wayside. For example, digital technology can rapidly increase the amount of robotic assembly and modularisation used in construction. As a result, more work can be carried out away from notoriously unproductive building sites in pre-fabrication areas. This will be driven by a desire for swifter delivery and improved quality, but also to improve health and safety.


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The use of wearable technology also has enormous potential for construction workers by giving them instant access to information, wherever they are. This also has massive potential for the way in which buildings are monitored and maintained. For leaders and innovators in the construction market, digital transformation from human to automated systems can enable lower cost, higher efficiency, increased productivity and ultimately more profit. It can also transform employment models creating a wider pay and skills divide with a strong demand at the high and low ends, but a hollowing out of the middle. This has major cost and overhead implications for employers. However, this is far from the end of people in construction. Digital, regardless of AI, cannot be creative; it can only replicate based on historical patterns and improvement to reduce human error. Industry will still, therefore, need creative talent, which, more than capital, will be the critical factor in the evolution of construction and the built/smart environment. Ultimately the human role within construction should be augmented by the growth of digital. However, this will not happen by itself. It will require significant investment in a medium term strategic digital transformation plan. Without that, construction is in danger of missing out on the benefits of this great third industrial revolution.

Digital payment – a ‘no-brainer’ Digital payment has been the norm in many other industries for years and helps to speed up cash flow, which is the lifeblood of any successful industry. Rather than the welter of voluntary ‘initiatives’ aimed at naming and shaming late paying offenders, a more practical approach would be to introduce an online digital platform for payment across construction championed by government in its role as the sector’s biggest client. The BESA is vigorously pursuing this potential solution and we are in advanced discussions with bankers about a system

based on the digital mechanisms already used by online retailers like Amazon. Some large contractors already operate extranet payment systems; so a governmentbacked scheme is a logical next step to introduce the concept to the wider construction sector. An integrated system that calculates payment dates and produces a payment schedule based on the procurement model is cheap and easy to produce. It would be totally transparent, more efficient and allow everyone to work in an environment of greater trust and certainty in line with the government’s 2025 Construction Strategy. The government wants to see greater integration in the supply chain and wider use of digital design methods like Building Information Modelling (BIM) – so why not apply the same principle to payment?

US still uses floppy discs to control nukes Interestingly... worringly... the US nuclear weapons command still relies a 1970s-era computer system and 8-inch floppy disks, according to a US government report. The Government Accountability Office said the Pentagon was one of several departments where "legacy systems" urgently needed to be replaced. The report said taxpayers spent $61bn (£41bn) a year on maintaining ageing technologies, which is three times more than the investment in modern IT systems. The report said that the Department of Defence systems that co-ordinated intercontinental ballistic missiles, nuclear bombers and tanker support aircraft "runs on an IBM Series-1 Computer - a 1970s computing system - that uses eight-inch floppy disks". “This system remains in use because, in short, it still works,” Pentagon spokeswoman Lt Col Valerie Henderson told the AFP news agency. Well, that’s a comfort!

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DON’T BE SLAVES TO TECHNOLOGY Engineers must not become too reliant on computers, according to two senior engineers.

CIBSE President John Field (see page 32) has warned of the dangers of falling into a “technology trap”. “We must not become slaves to technology,” he says. “The accountancy profession recently stated that more and more of its baseload work is being taken over by computers with dramatic consequences for its recruitment - the same could happen to us.” It is the “ultimate irony” that even back office operators at Google were being replaced by computers last year, according to Mr Field and, eventually, the “grunt” design work of engineers could be completely computerised as we “move to a plug and play approach - we need to watch this”. His predecessor as CIBSE President Nick Mead also warns that as much as 25% of the current labour force could be replaced by IT in a decade’s time.

He urged the new generation of engineers would have to develop “critical thinking” skills so they would feel confident to challenge results thrown out by computers and not just accept them. Mr Mead believes there is a potential disconnect between the ‘real’ world and ‘virtual’ engineers who may not fully appreciate the practical nature of the things they design on a computer. “I grew up with Meccano; today’s engineers grew up with Playstation - we are in danger of entering an era of ‘the computer says...’” he warns. “We shouldn’t fight growing digitisation - it is the right way to go and the rest of the world is moving this way so we must keep up,” says Mr Field. “We just have to be aware of the dangers as well as the benefits and make sure we manage the change.”

“When we get to Level 4 and 5 Building Information Modelling (BIM), you could see many of the support jobs like estimating and quantity surveying being replaced. The danger is that you end up with lots of busy fools as engineers are left to do everything.”

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POKEMON GO AND THE WORLD OF DIGITAL CONSTRUCTION Building professionals could learn a lot from the experience of last year’s gaming phenomenon Pokemon Go, according to BIM+ editor Tom Ravenscroft.

Pokemon Go, the augmented reality (AR) smartphone game where people explore their city to find imaginary animals, took the world by storm last year. An estimated 65 million people were playing the game daily at one point – roughly the same number that use Twitter. Pokemon Go clearly has some interesting urban benefits as it encourages players to explore the cities they live in. It also has health benefits, as an average man playing the game for seven days would burn 1,795 calories, and a woman would burn 1,503. Tom Ravenscroft BIM+ editor

But what can those working in the built environment learn from the global phenomenon? While many will have heard and understood the term virtual reality (VR), up until the Pokemon phenomenon the term “augmented reality” (AR) was only being used by the very digitally savvy. Pokemon Go has changed all of this, dramatically increasing awareness of AR. For example, during a CPD session, given by an employee of 3D printer Hobs Studio, as soon as AR was mentioned an architect said: “You mean like Pokemon Go?” The group then understood what AR was.

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Potential Of course, there is a possible negative consideration of this increased awareness. The AR used in the game is extremely basic, a lowest form of the technology. There is a risk that people won’t see beyond the game to the huge potential of AR. In fact, the technology is already being used in the built environment. Many contractors and architects are experimenting with AR as a visualisation tool, and earlier this year Aecom utilised mixed reality as part of the design process for the Serpentine Pavilion.

Technology and connectivity may not be up to the task Pokemon Go’s servers have repeatedly failed since the game was launched, leaving many users (including myself ) dissatisfied. Given the unprecedented popularly of the game, this may be a reasonable failing. When people start using technology they (however unreasonably) expect it to work. For those trying to introduce new technology into a business, it is essential that it instantly works well, otherwise people will not buy in.


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“Those attempting to get their companies to take BIM seriously and indeed engage with VR and AR should consider Pokemon Go as a way to demonstrate the benefits of harnessing new technology.”

My experience has also been that GPS and 4G signals have not been good enough. I’m using an iPhone 6 and have often been unable to play the game. Although this may seem trivial, after all I am only playing a game, the implications for those in the built environment keen to utilise any software that requires an accurate location are more serious. Before these location-based technologies can truly be used on site, GPS and 4G coverage is going to need to improve. The BBC ran a story: “Pokemon Go: Is the hugely popular game a global safety risk?” and there have been numerous stories about users getting injured while playing including: “Man jumps into traffic playing smartphone game” and “Teenager shot dead while hunting creatures”. Tragic events of course, but there is an important lesson for the built environment. Building sites are dangerous places. With increasing numbers of smartphones and tablets being used on site, the safety of users needs to be a serious consideration. Maybe we will need to consider warning markings on the floor, or even location activated digital warnings?

Haters gonna hate Pokemon Go was downloaded at a faster rate, and had more daily users, than any previous mobile game. It is clear there is a very large audience, both male and female, that is hungry to engage with digital technology. Contractors, architects, engineers and other built environment professionals should be thinking about how to use AR to attract these digital natives into the industry in the same way that the CIOB used Minecraft to educate young people about the construction industry. However, another clear trend has been the huge amount of negativity, scepticism and mocking of those playing Pokemon Go. I have been asked “what’s the point” and simply told “it’s just stupid”. Construction is traditionally very conservative and I’m sure that those trying to implement digital process in their companies, whether BIM or VR/AR etc, are facing the same scepticism, but using new technology can be profitable. Of course, we already know this, as Apple and Facebook among numerous others have demonstrated. However, Nintendo’s share value doubling since the game’s launch is a reminder of how utilising new technology can revitalise a business. Those attempting to get their companies to take BIM seriously and indeed engage with VR and AR should consider Pokemon Go as a way to demonstrate the benefits of harnessing new technology.

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BESA STEPS UP SUPPORT FOR WOMEN IN ENGINEERING

BESA has become a corporate sponsor of the Women’s Engineering Society (WES).

This follows the Association’s backing for last year’s National Women in Engineering Day (NWED), which was organised by the Society and, as well as grabbing national news headlines, led to the publication of the UK’s first list of the ‘Top 50 Women in Engineering’; 350 school events encouraging girls to choose engineering careers; and 200 other national events promoting women in engineering. BESA has called for the engineering industry as a whole, and building engineering in particular, urgently to address its lack of gender diversity to avoid serious, long-term economic harm. Currently, just 9% of registered UK engineers are female compared to 18% in Spain, 20% in Italy and 26% in Sweden. Out of every 100 people on construction sites just one is a woman and the UK sits 28th out of 28 in the EU league table for numbers of women in engineering. “These statistics are astonishing; particularly for an industry with a skills shortage,” said BESA chief executive Paul McLaughlin. “We need to work much harder at getting the message over to women and young girls that engineering offers superb career prospects and the opportunity to improve society by contributing to amazing projects that enhance people’s lives; help reduce environmental damage; and reduce energy and resource waste.

Impress “We also need to impress on employers that the modern engineering environment is extremely well suited to females,” said Mr McLaughlin. “If we don’t succeed in our efforts to recruit more female engineers, the industry will simply not have the pool of talent it needs to deliver all of its projects to the required standard.” Around 65% of engineering employers believe a shortage of engineers in the UK is a threat to their business and companies are 15% more likely to perform better if they are gender diverse, according to research carried out by WES. 30% of the staff at world famous engineering consultancy Arup are women, but the company’s board member Dervilla Mitchell said the industry as a whole was facing a crisis. “Lack of women in the industry is exacerbating an already acute talent shortage…creating a social and business problem,” she said. She described the shortage of women in engineering as “a social and business problem, as the lack of women in the industry is exacerbating an already acute talent shortage”. She added that almost 65% of engineering employers say “a shortage of engineers in the UK is a threat to their business” and that companies are “15% more likely to perform better if they are gender diverse”.

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“Currently, just 9% of registered UK engineers are female compared to 18% in Spain, 20% in Italy and 26% in Sweden. Out of every 100 people on construction sites just one is a woman and the UK sits 28th out of 28 in the EU league table for numbers of women in engineering.”

BESA President Malcolm Thomson is currently helping to mentor young women considering or embarking on a career in engineering through the WES and has been exhorting other member companies to follow suit. “It is absolutely crazy that we are, in effect, recruiting from just half of the available workforce,” said Mr Thomson. “There are amazing career opportunities for women and girls in our industry, but gender stereotypes still hold sway and, as a result, our businesses are missing out.” Former Tomorrow’s World host and celebrity engineer Kate Bellingham told BESA members at a conference last year that the industry’s poor record on diversity “doesn’t make business sense”. “There will be 250,000 vacancies in engineering companies between now and 2020,” she told the Patrons. “Whatever data you look at, we have a huge skills shortage so it doesn’t make business sense to be missing out on half of the population.” She said it was important to point out to young people that they did not have to follow stereotypes and, equally, to stress the value of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) subjects.

Bias “Nearly half of the schools in England put no girls at all forward for Physics ‘A’ level,” said Ms Bellingham, adding that there was a problem with “unconscious bias” that led to male dominated industries failing to consider women for certain positions. Also, mothers tend to say they want their sons to be “successful”, but their daughters to be “happy”, which betrays a different mindset when preparing young women for the world of work, she added. Ms Bellingham said she didn’t believe the rise of technology and ‘virtual’ working was improving the gender balance across engineering because computing also had a problem with diversity. She added that engineers needed to understand the “practical nature of their work” so a largely virtual workforce was not the answer to the industry’s skills gap. BESA is promoting the business and social benefits of diversity – including improving the balance of gender, ethnicity, physical and mental disability and sexual orientation – to all member companies and is encouraging them to review their recruitment policies with the aim of broadening the range of talent they can attract into the sector. BESA’s training department is developing a support scheme for its members and aims to provide them with specialist diversity training. The Association also organised a pan-industry conference on diversity in October 2016 at London South Bank University.

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RISE IN STEM ‘A’ LEVELS JUST ‘SCRATCHING THE SURFACE’ This year’s A Level results showed an improvement in Maths and an increase in applications for science-based degrees, but numbers are still far short of what the building engineering industry needs, according to employers.

The number of students studying STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) subjects has risen by an average of 1,714 per year (0.61%) since 2012, but this barely ‘scratches the surface’ of the UK’s engineering shortfall, according to the engineering consultancy AECOM. It has also tracked a slight fall in numbers since 2015. ‘While the overall volume of students sitting A-Levels in all subjects fell slightly in 2016, the numbers studying ICT, physics, and design and technology subjects dropped by significantly greater margins’ a company statement said. AECOM added that the UK needed to recruit an average of 182,000 workers with engineering skills per year between 2012 and 2022 and had an annual shortfall of 69,000 (38%). It called for a ‘coordinated promotional campaign’ involving government, industry and education providers to ‘make young people aware of the diverse and fulfilling career options opened up by STEM qualifications’. ‘The mainstream school system provides an essential pipeline of talent for the engineering industry so last year’s decline in students taking STEM subjects at A-Level is worrying,’ said Richard Robinson, AECOM’s chief executive – Civil Infrastructure, Europe, Middle East, India and Africa.

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‘The marginal average annual increase in STEM students since 2012 is insufficient to make a dent in the numbers the profession needs. It barely scratches the surface of the UK’s engineering shortfall.’ He blamed ‘stubborn stereotypes about engineering’ adding that more needed to be done on a ‘coordinated, large scale by a combination of government, industry and education providers to show young people what a career in engineering and other technical disciplines entails’. From designing sustainable transport systems and reliable energy infrastructure to protecting people from floods or planning cities of the future, there is a wealth of opportunities available, he said. However, BSRIA chief executive Julia Evans said last year’s results were encouraging with applications to study chemical engineering and computer science in demand. ‘A record number of students have got into university overall too which is excellent news,’ she said.


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“The mainstream school system provides an essential pipeline of talent for the engineering industry so last year’s decline in students taking STEM subjects at A-Level is worrying.”

Change in number of entries into STEM subjects at A-Level, 2012-162 A-Level STEM subject

Number of entries 2012

Number of entries 2016

Average increase or decrease per year 2012-16

Average percentage change per year 2012-16

Biology

63,074

62,650

-106

-0.17%

Chemistry

49,234

51,811

644

1.31%

Computing

3,809

6,242

608

15.97%

ICT

11,088

8,737

-588

-5.30%

Mathematics

85,714

92,163

1,612

1.88%

Mathematics (Further)

13,223

15,257

509

3.85%

Physics

34,509

35,344

209

0.60%

Other sciences

3,375

3,304

-18

-0.53%

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17,105

12,477

-1,157

-6.76%

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Number of entries 2016

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-0.99%

Chemistry

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Computing

5,383

6,242

859

15.96%

ICT

9,124

8,737

-387

-4.24%

Mathematics

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92,163

-548

-0.59%

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14,993

15,257

264

1.76%

Physics

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35,344

-943

-2.60%

Other sciences

3,481

3,304

-177

-5.08%

Design & technology subjects

13,240

12,477

-763

-5.76%

TOTAL

291,138

287,985

-3,153

-1.08%

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RETENTIONS LEFT COMPANIES ‘ON THEIR KNEES’ Following calls for help from over 30 members of the BESA, MPs called on the government to speed up planned reforms to the “outdated” practice of payment retentions that cost construction SMEs more than £40m last year.

In a Westminster Hall debate, then Small Business Minister Anna Soubry faced a barrage of evidence from MPs representing BESA and other constituency companies, who have been left “literally on their knees” because of unfair and late payment practices across the sector. They said thousands of sub-contractors, in particular, were being “abused” and on the brink of bankruptcy despite rising workloads across the sector.

Rob Driscoll

BESA - Legal and commercial

David Simpson, MP for Upper Bann in Northern Ireland, led the debate by telling the Minister that some sub-contractors had been forced to wait up to 10 years for retention payments in the most extreme cases. He added that a retention is typically 5% of the contractor’s total price and often outweighs their entire profit margin leaving many small businesses close to financial collapse. Shadow Business Minister Bill Esterson, who is MP for Sefton Central in Liverpool, pointed out that cash flow was absolutely vital to sub-contractors “because of the low levels of capitalisation in construction supply chains”. He said banks would not lend to SMEs in the sector because large parts of their working capital are retention monies and, by definition, unsecured.

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Debate Other MPs who contributed to the debate, which agreed unanimously that more urgent action was required, included: Jim Shannon, Margaret Ritchie, Alan Brown, Alison Thewliss and Gavin Robinson. Ms Soubry said they were “banging on an open door”, but said a parliamentary decision would be delayed until its review of retentions, chaired by Crossrail chief executive Andrew Wolstenholme, had completed its work. She accepted the need for reform, but said there would still have to be some form of retentions in order to make sure “snagging” works were carried out to the client’s satisfaction. Anti-retentions campaigner Debbie Abrahams, MP for Oldham East and Saddleworth, said it was “hugely disappointing” that after acknowledging the problem over 10 years ago the government had still not legislated on retentions. She congratulated the Specialist Engineering Contractors’ (SEC) Group for its relentless campaigning on all aspects of unfair payment to sub-contractors and for being “the voice of this issue”.


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“The government has acknowledged the inherent problem that the party holding the retention monies is also arbiter over whether a contractual problem has arisen. This allows them to access those funds to off-set losses incurred against the purported problem.”

Mr Simpson added that it was an issue that went “right to the core of small business” and should be seen as a priority by a “pro-business government”. BESA welcomed the intervention of the powerful group of MPs representing constituents from all across the UK. It also said the ongoing government review was helpful, but shared the politicians’ concern that the process was taking too long. The Association’s legal and commercial director Rob Driscoll said the industry was “as close as it has ever been” to solving the retentions and unfair payment problem. The wrongful deduction of retentions is “crippling the working capital of the supply-chain and stifling R&D, investment in technology, skills and growth/productivity”, he added. “The argument is not about the problem, but the best solution,” said Mr Driscoll. Martin Burton, chairman of the BESA Commercial and Contractual Committee, who sits on the SEC Group board and Build UK Payment Leadership Group, said there was a fundamental and structural conflict of interest in the retentions system.

“The government has acknowledged the inherent problem that the party holding the retention monies is also arbiter over whether a contractual problem has arisen,” he said. “This allows them to access those funds to off-set losses incurred against the purported problem.”

Unfair Mr Driscoll added that BESA and its allies had been successful in having the equally unfair practice of ‘paid when certified’ outlawed in 2011; so there was no reason to believe they could not eventually achieve the same success over retentions. He has also been leading the BESA campaign for wider use of digital payment processes to improve transparency. BESA chief executive Paul McLaughlin added that retentions had their place “so long as people settle up in the end…it is the unsecured part of retentions that creates problems for contractors because the money can often disappear in a puff of accountants’ smoke”. He said BESA, which is a member of the SEC Group, had made significant headway on the issue and called for retention payments to be placed ‘in trust’ so sub-contractors would be protected in the event of an insolvency further up the supply chain.

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EMPLOYERS NEED PENSIONS REASSURANCE Pension providers must make signing up for autoenrolment schemes as simple and painless as possible, says Welplan chief executive Bruce Kirton.

The government’s auto enrolment (AE) pension scheme is getting into its stride as the deadlines for thousands of small employers loom closer. However, at a time when all businesses are grappling with the implications of ‘Brexit’ and how the period of economic uncertainty will affect them, the last thing they need to be worrying about is how to meet their statutory obligation to provide employees with a pension. It is, therefore, incumbent on pension providers to make this as simple and painless as possible. Bruce Kirton

Welplan chief executive

Providing good value for money; low charges; top class communications and smooth administration are, of course, hugely important, but they are only some of the things an employer should consider. They must also have reassurance that the provider of their scheme has been properly vetted and has satisfied the regulator that they are a professional and robust organisation – and that they are in the business for the long-term. With so many to choose from, small employers, in particular, are often confused about the best provider to choose. Many offer similar looking terms and conditions; fees and long-term returns – so some kind of independent quality assurance is vital.

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Headline It is also important that any employer looks beyond the headline figures and considers who is actually operating the scheme. The Master Trust standard was created by the Institute of Chartered Accountants for England and Wales (ICAEW) in partnership with the Pensions Regulator to provide that transparency and, with it, vital peace of mind to all employers now grappling with AE. It has since been described as a “shining beacon” by the Department of Work and Pensions – signalling that a scheme is robust, well managed and secure. Master Trust status is only awarded to schemes that satisfy a very demanding set of standards and are able to provide evidence of robust trustee board controls. They are subject to a higher level of scrutiny than other pension providers and must have control procedures in place to ensure governance and administration arrangements are working properly. They must also commission an independent accountant to assess the design and operating effectiveness of the control procedures and publish a report every year.


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“At Welplan, we pride ourselves on being one of only seven pension providers in the UK to secure Master Trust accreditation. We have been providing pensions and other financial services to small employers, in particular, since 1988 – so feel we understand their particular needs and concerns.” At Welplan, we pride ourselves on being one of only seven pension providers in the UK to secure Master Trust accreditation. We have been providing pensions and other financial services to small employers, in particular, since 1988 – so feel we understand their particular needs and concerns. And, although we might not have the brand recognition of some of the global financial giants, our pension funds are invested with Legal & General, one of the world’s largest investment management companies, and members’ funds are held in a separate trustee controlled bank account so they remain ring fenced and secure. As well as Master Trust status, Welplan achieved the Pension Quality Mark (PQM) ‘Ready’ standard in recognition of the scheme’s low charges, clear communications and strong

governance. Only seven other pension providers in the UK hold this industry standard. To make things simple and straightforward, but also flexible, we automatically enrol employees in the default lifestyle investment strategy so the employer can quickly meet their AE requirements, but individual workers can then self-select from nine funds depending on their attitude to risk. Also, the whole process of signing up to our AEready scheme can be done online and is open to any employer in any industry sector. At this time of great economic uncertainty, at least pension providers can make things as easy and worry-free as possible for all businesses about to hit their AE deadlines. www.welplan.co.uk/pensions

WELPLAN NOW FULLY DIGITAL The workplace pensions and financial services provider Welplan is now fully digital following a major makeover of its online service helping to reduce the administrative burden on employers. The Penrith-based company, which has been operating since 1960 and providing workplace pension schemes since 1988, has expanded beyond its traditional building engineering services home. Originally set up to meet the needs of employers in this industry alone, it is now providing pensions, payroll support and other financial services to over 500 employers - large and small – in several industries. Welplan Pensions is one of only seven workplace pension providers supporting the government’s auto-enrolment (AE) scheme that holds both the Master Trust Assurance Framework standard, which recognises high standards of governance and administration, and Pensions

Quality Mark READY status, for providing clear communications and good governance. Thanks to the creation of a new digital platform, employers can now register for Welplan Pensions online; assess their workforce; and submit and process files and financial transactions online. Financial advisers, who manage accounts on behalf of clients, can also use the system and set up multiple employers under their own account. The speed and convenience of the new system, which enables the uploading of files at any time of the day or night, means employers can meet deadlines more quickly and, therefore, avoid the risk of late payment charges or pension regulation breaches. For more information please visit: www.welplan.co.uk/welplan-hub/video-guides

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SMALL FIRMS HIT BY £180M INTEREST CHARGES DUE TO LATE PAYMENT Small businesses involved in construction incur £180m in debt interest every year as a result of late payments and spend an average of 130 hours chasing money due to them – at a cost of £1,500 per company.

The average wait for payment is now over 15 weeks and has increased by 22% since 2008. In the same period, bank lending to construction supply chain firms fell by 38% compared with 5% across the rest of the economy. A report produced by Constructing Excellence (CE) and supported by BESA and the Electrical Contractors’ Association (ECA) says this problem has blighted the industry for decades and has resulted in 19 separate payment ‘initiatives’ (charters, codes, regulations) since 2004 with minimal results. Late payment is a “primary or major factor” in 20% of corporate insolvencies, according to ‘The Payments Minefield’, which added that the money lost as a result of late and delayed payment had restricted the ability of supply chain members to invest in training, skills, and R&D (including Building Information Modelling) to achieve growth. As a result, productivity is harmed and business prosperity “severely stunted”.

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Expense A workshop organised by CE’s Funding and Finance Group to investigate options for changing attitudes and behaviours concluded that there were two major reasons for late payment: “genuine disputes” over work and services provided; and one party using its superior bargaining position to enhance its cash flow at the expense of another. This results in sub-contractors forward financing large parts of projects at their own high level of cost. In some cases, more than 90% of the project is financed in this way exposing small firms to considerable financial risk. The CE report concluded that poor payment practices had developed as a result of there being “little incentive for paying companies to speed up the process; and few consequences if they failed to do so”. It said that late payment was a problem throughout the British business community, but it “particularly affects small businesses” who suffer a greater proportion of invoices paid late.


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“The CE report concluded that poor payment practices had developed as a result of there being little incentive for paying companies to speed up the process; and few consequences if they failed to do so.”

It added that the benefit of protracted payment “mainly accrues to a relatively small number of larger companies who are in a position to dictate terms”, but that the “disbenefit” was felt right across the supply chain and harmed the sector’s ability to operate efficiently. BESA Director of Legal & Commercial, Rob Driscoll, who addressed the workshop said digitisation could play a major role in cutting payment delays as part of the modernisation of general business practices and would be in line with the government’s Construction Strategy (2016-20). “The industry is under the cosh for poor productivity and suffers from labour and skills shortages, low margins, delays and budget shortcomings, which are dragging us back into slow or negative growth,” he said. “A lot of this is the result of late payment and poor cash flow in an industry of 280,000 businesses of which 99% are SMEs (84% are single person businesses).” Mr Driscoll pointed out that SMEs are often responsible for more than 60% of the value of a construction project and are, therefore, vital to an industry that will underpin a huge part of the UK’s post-Brexit growth. “An integrated payment system that is totally digitally transparent, more efficient and allows everyone to work in an environment of greater trust and certainty could revitalise the sector,” he said.

The advent of more sophisticated construction methods, including off-site production and BIM, could also improve certainty and transparency, which should translate into smoother payment, the report added. CE also pointed out that it was very much in clients’ interests to support better payment practices as they were also paying the price for project delays and the poor productivity endemic in the supply chain as a result of strangled cash flow.

Unfair Project Bank Accounts (PBAs) are another payment mechanism that is starting to improve the situation, particularly in public sector projects. Scotland and Northern Ireland governments as well as the Environment Agency and Highways England both use this approach to change payment practices by ring fencing funds, which are then used to pay sub-contractors directly and circumvent unfair delays imposed by some large contractors. Over £10bn worth of UK government projects are operating PBAs. The CE report also identified legislation that could protect small contractors including the Late Payment of Commercial Debts Interest Act (1988) and the Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Act (2015). The Public Contract Regulations (2015) also require public sector organisations to pay undisputed invoices in 30 days and ensure this payment term is passed down the supply chain. “The advent of greater transparency and the reputational risk of being known as a bad payer in the market is likely to change behavioural practices,” the report concluded; adding that open reporting and public league tables from October 2016 “may also drive change”. “In this case, sunlight may well be the best disinfectant.”

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TECHNICAL The technology available to building engineers and their clients is changing all the time. In this section, we take a look at the most important options and how to make the right choices.

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BREXIT

LOOKING AHEAD

INTRODUCTION

COMMERCIAL HEATING

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MODULAR BOILERS

Enduring themes

Brexit means business as usual or ‘just get on with it’

The future is electric

How low can your boiler go?

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HEATING & COOLING

LOW CARBON HEAT

COMMERCIAL HEATING

COMMERCIAL HEATING

COMMERCIAL HEATING

COMMERCIAL HEATING

HEAT PUMPS

Savings from chp could pay for more nurses

Heating and cooling needs joined up approach

Government invests £320m in ‘central heating for cities’

Low carbon grid renews the case for heat pumps

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F-Gas is not going anywhere

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AIR CONDITIONING

Misuse of refrigerants is growing concern

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What are we doing about indoor air quality?

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70% of office workers complain about poor air quality


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FILTRATION

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HIGH RISE BUILDINGS

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Time to clear the air

There’s nothing wholesome about urban air

Reaching for the skies

Heat pump at the heart of dementia care home

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FIRE DAMPERS

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VENTILATION

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DUCTWORK

Fighting fires

BESA leads efforts to address fire damper alarm

Revised DW/144 captures rising standards

Ductwork cleaning is booming

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AIR FLOW

Time to get tough on kitchen health

Is your LEV team ‘competent’?

BESA Scotland chair puts safety first

Getting air to behave itself

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The hole truth about ventilation

VENTILATION

UK ventilation contractor takes leading role in chernobyl clean up

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Focus turned to fm when government dropped subsidies

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SFG20 to embrace digital age

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TIME FOR BUILDING SERVICES TO TAKE THE LEAD Now is the time for the building engineering sector to shine, according to BESA technical director Tim Rook.

The increasing attention on energy use in buildings, occupant wellbeing and compliance is highlighting the social importance of building services. 2017 looks like a great year to seize the initiative and show the world how good we are.

Tim Rook

BESA technical director

Tradition has it that the building services specialist is brought in late to the project while the architect, client and main contractor finalise contracts and in many cases begin construction. We are then expected to spring into action to try and somehow turn a loose design into something approaching workable reality late in the process. It has taken a long time, but the many weaknesses in that arrangement have now become manifestly obvious to occupants and owners – they are now driving their construction teams to do better. The direct link to poor ongoing building performance – the ‘Performance Gap’ – has also been firmly established through the wider availability of data; detailed research and bitter experience. The importance of the role of the building engineering services specialist is changing for the better. The range of technical challenges facing project teams requires our sector’s expertise at an earlier stage in almost every situation. For example the balance between

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service delivery and energy efficiency requires much greater consideration, handily illustrated by the rise of ESCO contracting versus traditional construction.

Recognition Contractors are also starting to get more recognition for their vital role. The European heating and cooling strategy explicitly identifies installers as a key group to effect change. It is often overlooked, but simply getting the basics right – such as insulating pipework properly or recovering all of the F Gas – are really important contributors to energy and carbon saving. This section of the BESA Book 2017 highlights many of the challenges facing the sector and, taken as a whole, they show just how crucial BESA members are in helping to close the Performance Gap. There is a huge health and well-being agenda to be addressed that requires renewed focus on topics like indoor air quality (IAQ) and fire safety to ensure the buildings we hand over can continue to protect their occupants and keep them healthy and productive. Buildings that are not fit for purpose are a serious drag on the UK economy and climate commitments.


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“This section of the BESA Book 2017 highlights many of the challenges facing the sector and, taken as a whole, they show just how crucial BESA members are in helping to close the Performance Gap.” More than 80% of the buildings expected to be in use in 2050 are already built. This has major implications for service and maintenance and is particularly challenging because many of those buildings were not constructed with long-term performance in mind, but at the lowest possible capital cost. Fortunately, we are now working in an era that better understands long-term building performance. The challenge now is to make sure we have the tools and the skilled workforce capable of putting that understanding into practice and overcoming technical and financial barriers. The quality of air that we breathe in our buildings has now been proven to directly affect our health and productivity especially in cities where buildings should be our ‘safe havens’ from the pollution outside. The correct design, construction and maintenance of ventilation systems are essential to this and BESA members are leading this agenda. Energy storage and demand response technologies are evolving to help the UK get the most out of its renewables and develop a truly sustainable energy infrastructure. Solar and wind power are, by nature, intermittent energy sources, so are often not available in sufficient quantities at the times best suited for buildings. If you can capture renewable energy when generation is high and demand is low (and electricity prices at their cheapest) for use at peak evening and early morning periods when the user would normally have to pay the highest tariff; then you have the recipe for a sustainable, balanced grid and much lower prices for consumers.

As these technologies evolve, it becomes the task of the specialist engineer to provide the expertise that glues it all together and makes it work in practice. A surge in energy storage means we will be confronted with challenges like ensuring Grid stability; voltage control; active and reactive control; frequency control; load shedding capability; and different strategies for accessing energy from remote storage locations.

Integration Building services specialists will increasingly find themselves playing the role of ‘integration engineers’ as they use their skills to put all the pieces of this new jigsaw together. This includes the growth in ‘smart grid’ and greater interconnectivity with end users still needing the capability of switching between central Grid supply and local power networks. We are also at the forefront of the low carbon heat market. Heat pumps are becoming an increasingly pivotal technology and, last year, the parliamentary Committee for Climate Change advised that the UK would need to install around 200,000 by 2020 – and then boost this to around one million units a year thereafter in order to meet carbon reduction targets. That is a hugely ambitious programme, particularly as we are currently only installing about 16,000 a year, and it will require some substantial investment from the government and the companies charged with designing, installing and commissioning heat pump systems. We will be lobbying hard for government incentives for installers and end users and/or a fairer distribution of tax and levies on fuels. Currently power prices are carrying most of the tax burden; while gas continues to be relatively cheap. The government has also set aside £320m to support the development of district heating schemes. These heat networks are a great ‘enabling technology’ because once they in the ground we can use a variety of low carbon and renewable sources to provide the heat – particularly heat pumps. BESA members face a series of major technical challenges with the potential to change our energy landscape for generations to come – placing building engineering services contractors firmly at the forefront of technological and economic change.

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ENDURING THEMES

FETA chairman Graham Wright explains that, while much is changing across the sector, many things are bound to remain the same.

When writing articles like this it is hard to resist the temptation to look at examples from previous years. The challenge then is to try to do more than just rearrange the words – even if the finished article remains similar to the previous version. There is a certain inevitability, given our industry and our role within it, that there will be some enduring themes.

Graham Wright FETA chairman www.feta.co.uk

After all, as Governments, regulatory bodies, environmental NGOs, manufacturers and ultimately consumers are all dynamic entities we would expect to see the usual round of initiatives, committees, consultations, legislation and general involvement which is the life blood of any association trying to influence constructively on behalf of its members. 2016 was far from routine, and the EU referendum result was a seismic development which will dominate the business agenda for many years to come. There will be many subjects to consider as we move towards a different relationship with both the European Union collectively and its member nations individually. Such is the length of time the UK has been a member of the EU, it is hardly surprising that Europe has been a significant element in setting regulations, and indeed visions, for the UK building services and construction sectors.

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Design At FETA we believe that, in the post-EU landscape, trade associations can provide an even more vital line of communication with the rest of Europe on important issues such as energy use regulations and product design. FETA has been present at many meetings of European committees and pan-European associations (such as EPEE and AREA) to observe and to help shape some key directives and regulations that have impacted our sector. These include F Gas, Energy Labelling and Ecodesign, to name but a few that we have dealt with over the years. Regulations are not always greeted enthusiastically by business and industry, but FETA and its members recognise the generally good intentions behind them. The emphasis on sustainability and environmental issues is important for us and future generations. Energy efficient products and buildings will help ensure we have security of energy supply in the years to come. With this in mind, FETA feels that it is very important for the UK Government to adopt a very cautious and measured approach to any changes in this legislative landscape.


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“At FETA we believe that, in the post-EU landscape, trade associations can provide an even more vital line of communication with the rest of Europe on important issues such as energy use regulations and product design.” We recognise that there could be perceived superficial attractions in appearing to sweep away the unwanted bureaucracy of regulation. However, it is vital to think through the consequences to UK manufacturing, the construction sector and ultimately UK consumers. Many products used in UK buildings are manufactured elsewhere in Europe, and to require different standards for the UK market would only add to manufacturing costs and hence the price. We do not want to see either consumers or businesses facing higher costs because our legislation does not keep in step with the rest of Europe. Radically departing from current EUwide regulations such as Ecodesign and Energy Labelling will similarly cause complexities in trade arrangements where they are not needed. From an environmental standpoint, the UK’s departure from the EU should not spell an end to the existing initiatives that encourage the uptake of renewable technologies. Schemes such as the Renewable Heat Incentive and the Enhanced Capital Allowance should be retained and promoted further. It is worth remembering that the UK’s target to cut CO2 emissions by 50% of 1990 levels by the year 2025 is not set by the EU, but by the UK Committee for Climate Change. Whatever happens in the coming years, staying abreast of developments in legislation across the EU will be very important to UK firms. Trade associations will have a significant role in this process. Having spent a long time establishing good relationships with technical committees in a number of fields, FETA is ideally placed to maintain those connections.

Technical Our objective, post-Brexit, is to ensure that member companies continue to have access to a flow of information on what is happening in a wide range of technical areas affecting our manufacturer and installer memberships e.g. product design, international standards, refrigerant use, etc. As the political landscape changes, UK companies will still need to have a voice in Brussels with regards to standards and regulations. Given that formal UK Governmental input to the EU bodies will cease, it is more important than ever that trade associations such as FETA and BESA can provide that voice, and continue to engender good relations with our counterparts. With our connections to Government, we will be able to offer sound advice on what is happening in the rest of Europe. I alluded at the beginning of this piece that with all the focus being on BREXIT it could be all too easy to sideline the importance of normal business, and it would be wrong to do so. Earlier this year FETA took the step of joining the European Ventilation Industry Association (EVIA), reflecting our desire to boost our awareness of, and influence with, EU developments in that field. In addition we continue to work closely with other bodies under the ACRIB umbrella on F Gas related topics. Indeed a major area of work in that field is opening up as we wrestle with the conundrum of using replacement refrigerants whose differing chemical properties bring design, engineering and safety challenges in their wake. We continue to champion the need for a trained and capable workforce and to that end have, like BESA, willingly contributed to work on a number of Trailblazer apprenticeships and are grateful to members who have made such a commitment to ensuring sound careers for our next generation. In a similar vein I would like to acknowledge the selfless commitment of our members, especially those who lead our Associations and their many sub-groups. Without their support we would achieve little and that sentiment bears repeating frequently, not least as we brace ourselves for some interesting developments in the near future. These are critical times for ensuring our interests and concerns are noted and we are up for that challenge.

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BREXIT MEANS BUSINESS AS USUAL OR ‘JUST GET ON WITH IT’ BSRIA chief executive Julia Evans believes the industry should remain confident and optimistic in the face of the vote to leave the EU.

We certainly saw some interesting and historic times last year. The country voted to leave the European Union in the referendum: cited as the most momentous economic, seismic, political and economic decision since World War II.

Julia Evans

BSRIA chief executive www.bsria.co.uk

Against a backdrop of political and economic ‘spaghetti’, we must now start to shape future policy. Indeed it is a chance to review industry relevant legislation and regulation, to renegotiate the framework for the future and find new trading opportunities. The opportunities and challenges posed by Brexit for the built environment professions and the added value of working collaboratively to maximise opportunities and deal collectively with the challenges was met head on when members of the Construction Industry Council (CIC) agreed to provide policy input and support. BSRIA held a series of Brexit engagement events last autumn to gauge the concerns and feedback of its members and to act as a hub for gathering data and intelligence. There is a lot of “heat and noise” within the industry and anxiety about the implications.

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Completions As 2016 closed we were looking at an impact of roughly 2% lower growth, a large chunk of which of which can be attributed to Brexit. Looking further ahead: the uncertainty could start to affect the market adversely in 2017 – but will be partly offset by a high level of project completions so – it will not be until 2018 that suppliers see the full implications. However, with or without Brexit – skills remains the ‘elephant in the room’. BSRIA, along with many sections of the industry, is aware of the shortage of young people starting construction careers. Much of this issue is about a lack of knowledge of the types of careers available in engineering and a false perception that the entire construction industry is manual, outdoor and male-dominated. The BSRIA INSPIRE project is working with local schools, national and local politicians and the media to promote STEM and change its persona. Industry recruitment and succession planning is crucial – the INSPIRE project will address this. But attracting women into the construction industry remains tricky.


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“The BSRIA INSPIRE project is working with local schools, national and local politicians and the media to promote STEM and change its persona. Industry recruitment and succession planning is crucial – the INSPIRE project will address this.” Along with BESA, BSRIA celebrated National Women in Engineering Day (NWED) in an attempt to promote the subject to students in schools and universities and encourage more women into engineering. Currently, less than 10% of the engineering sector’s workforce is female and yet 64% of UK engineering companies report that a shortage of engineers is threatening their business. This untapped potential could help to fill the industry skills shortage apparent in UK engineering, as well as increasing gender diversity and inclusion. Industry experts predict that we need to double the number of UK students studying engineering degrees. BSRIA is very supportive of women going into engineering and proud to be employing many female engineers itself who are flourishing. And history has shown that those who pursue science arguably make the biggest impact to the world; incredible minds provide us with incredible ideas we once might have thought of as unbelievable but are now ingrained in our society. Engineers help make the future a reality. Last summer, the All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) for Excellence in the Built Environment produced its much anticipated report into the Quality of New Built Housing in England, which examined the potential for improving every aspect of the product handed over to new home-owners.

Quality As a result, MPs called for a New Homes Ombudsman to help drive up housebuilding quality and customer service along with nine other recommendations setting out measures to improve the quality of workmanship in new homes and provide consumers with easier and cheaper forms of redress, to get problems fixed. What is clear is that there is a quality gap between customer expectations and industry delivery. Closing this performance gap will only happen if housebuilders make a concerted effort to create a more consumer-focused culture. Builders providing buyers with a comprehensive information pack to improve design, building and inspection process transparency is key. Naturally, consumers want to see an improved quality of build and homes that are fit for purpose. When something is wrong, consumers want an affordable and accessible means of putting it right. With a newly-formed government – the time is ripe to be making such industry crucial requests. Recommendations include:

• Department for Communities and Local

Government (DCLG) should initiate steps to set up a New Homes Ombudsman.

• Housebuilding sales contracts should be standardised.

• Buyers should have the right to inspect properties before completion.

• Builders should be required to provide buyers with a comprehensive information pack.

• DCLG should commission a thorough review of warranties.

• The industry should significantly increase skills training programmes.

• A minimum standard should be set for compliance inspections.

• Housebuilders should make the annual

customer satisfaction survey more independent to boost customer confidence.

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BREXIT

“What is clear is that there is a quality gap between customer expectations and industry delivery. Closing this performance gap will only happen if housebuilders make a concerted effort to create a more consumer-focused culture.”

The government is currently considering whether to launch a fresh fund or increase the £3bn Home Building Fund announced by then chancellor George Osborne in the Budget in March and confirmed in the Queen’s Speech – to £5bn. The fund is intended to support the construction of between 160,000 and 200,000 homes. The aim was to increase the numbers of homes of all occupation types, including starter homes, intermediate rent and market rent. The Home Builders Federation (HBF) is working with the Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) to thrash out the details of the new scheme. While large housebuilders would not be excluded from the funding scheme, they were less likely to need significant government backing. The fund, which will be administered through the HCA, will offer loans to developers across the residential sector, including the PRS (private rented sector), and will be aimed primarily at SMEs and developers using modular construction.

Off-site 2016 also saw a rush of firms gearing up to deliver thousands of modular or prefab homes in the UK as part of the skills mix achieved when such innovative, off-site building takes place. Which has the potential to impact the supply chain and change the industry skill requirements. Wellbeing and indoor environmental quality (IAQ) will make further progress in 2017.

Wellbeing looks at many aspects of life. It can be categorised in three groups: personal – which includes aspects such as health or autonomy; social – which looks at human interactions; and work wellbeing – which measures job satisfaction, satisfaction with work-life balance, assessment of work conditions etc. From a construction angle, wellbeing translates into creating buildings that provide the right environment for occupants. Wellbeing should be in mind from design stage, to construction, to the maintenance of the end product. A building's indoor environmental quality (IEQ) comes under the wellbeing ‘umbrella’. It is determined by: thermal comfort; light; lack of odours; good indoor air quality; good quality water; and sound comfort. Lack of odours and good indoor air quality (IAQ) usually go hand in hand. There are links to the concentration of certain contaminants and awareness levels, which can have a direct impact in employees’ productivity. Designing for the right volumes of fresh air per person, ensuring that the air delivered to the occupants is fresh (or at least filtered!) will have an impact on the general influence of the physical environment to wellbeing. The construction industry should, naturally, be leading the way with IAQ, IEQ and wellbeing. There is another big opportunity for companies in our sector in the area of ‘smart’ technologies - ranging from simple thermostats and valves to extremely sophisticated smart home devices linked to apps and other housing devices and services. It has a strong link with the heating market and is principally sold for refurbishment and replacement applications. In a post-Brexit UK, therefore, one thing at least is clear: While there are commercial chances within reach, the industry needs to evolve to thrive, survive and ‘grab them’.


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LOOKING AHEAD

THE FUTURE IS ELECTRIC

A greener grid, smarter technologies and more realistic carbon targets all point towards a future heating market dominated by electricity.

Engineers and the government rarely agree, but on heating a consensus is emerging that the future looks electric. However, while policy makers are also putting their weight behind district heating – the engineers are less convinced. The process of de-carbonising the Grid is bearing fruit and a better understanding of embodied carbon means there is suddenly a huge opportunity to simplify systems and speed up installation by using primarily electric technology. With a much ‘cleaner’ electricity supply, the country is better placed to meet its carbon targets using electrically powered technologies. Heat pumps – of all shapes, sizes and varieties – look like being the big winners as government policy and the industry’s technical solutions roll out. In fact, many commentators believe the era of the heat pump is upon us, particularly as most buildings will increasingly need cooling as well as heating. With a ‘greener’ grid heat pumps will not need to achieve particularly high coefficients of performance (CoPs) to meet carbon targets. The government is continuing its hasty retreat on subsidies, but the revamped Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) is expected to provide another boost to heat pumps. The government still believes that heat networks will play an increasingly important role and could provide up to 60% of total UK demand, according to its latest survey of the potential CHP and district heating market.

The government has committed a further £300m worth of support to networks, but building services specialists see problems ahead. Small scale local networks making use of waste heat from incineration, CHP and other processes could take off, but the disappointing performance of a number of larger scale district heating schemes are giving engineers sleepless nights. This push for electric does not mean we will, necessarily; have to rip out or make redundant the country’s miles of gas networks – there will be greater focus on decarbonising that too by employing more biofuel. However, the long range forecast for combined heat and power (CHP) is less rosy as the Grid decarbonises making its carbon contribution less positive. The window remains ajar on cost grounds as the ‘spark gap’ price difference remains between gas and electricity – so producing your own energy on site and capturing the waste heat will continue to stack up for a while, at least. Funding for the RHI will increase to £1.15bn by 2021 to help generate ‘a further 20TWh of renewable heat by 2020’, according to DECC, which also hopes this will lead to the creation of more than 800MW of additional renewable heating capacity. It also believes that the cost of introducing new innovations will tumble by as much as 11% as the RHI drives more uptake.

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HOW LOW CAN YOUR BOILER GO? Modular boilers with large turndown ratio and wide differential temperatures between the flow and return are rising in popularity. Paul Mickleburgh from Hamworthy Heating explains why.

When designing a commercial heating system it is essential to match both peak loads and low loads. But how do you match both demands without oversizing the plant and wasting energy? This is where a modular boiler system comes into play. In a typical modular boiler system each boiler module could have a turndown ratio of 5 to 1, so a vertical stack of 3 modules will have 15 to 1 turndown. This provides a substantial range of outputs to match demand.

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For example, if one module has an output of 250kW, then a vertical stack of would have 750kW output. As each module has a 5:1 turndown ratio it means a seamless delivery of energy at any output from 50kW up to 750kW. This ensures the load is matched to warm the building up and when you’ve got low loads the boilers are not constantly cycling and wasting energy. This accurate load matching has become increasingly important when designing heat networks where boilers are used with renewables and combined heat and power (CHP). But why is this? Heat networks typically have diverse load requirements. From minimum summer loads when mainly hot water requirements are being met with morning and evening spikes in demand, to winter loads when additional heating needs have to be met.

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Load When installing CHP, designers need to look at the minimum load very closely as the unit will be running continuously to meet the base load heating requirements. The boilers will provide the top up to meet peaks in demand at different times. The minimum input from the boiler should match the base load covered by CHP but also be able to cover the full load to ensure security of supply to the buildings in the heat network. During low load conditions it is essential to have sufficient turndown within the boiler plant to accurately match the base load without wasteful cycling. But the boilers also need to be running in their most efficient state - at or near their minimum modulation, i.e. part-load. This maintains very high system operating efficiency and the owner of the network can produce low cost and low carbon energy. System dynamics dictate how often boilers actually condense based on return water temperature which will reduce as system loads increase with more energy consumed from the circuit. A modular approach allows the increasing load to be met by more boilers operating at part load conditions, which if coinciding with favourable system


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MODULAR BOILERS

< Hamworthy modular condensing boilers installed alongside a CHP engine and biomass boiler at The Movement project in Greenwich. Installed by Vital Energi.

“System dynamics dictate how often boilers actually condense based on return water temperature which will reduce as system loads increase with more energy consumed from the circuit.” temperatures will allow high part load condensing performance from the boiler plant. As system demands increase, boiler load will increase towards full load capacity. At this point system return temperatures should be low and the boilers will continue to operate in condensing condition delivering an efficient energy supply. Boilers capable of operating with large differential temperatures can closely match system dynamics throughout the year. CIBSE Guidance AM12 – Combined Heat and Power for Buildings, makes specific reference to designing district heating schemes or heat networks with a minimum of 30°C differential temperature. This is to keep flow rates and pipe sizes small, and to maintain a low return temperature, even at low load conditions, for more efficient plant operation. The CIBSE/ADE CP1 Heat Networks: Code of Practice for the UK also refers to the use of lower return temperatures for best practice heat network design. These larger differential temperatures were originally only possible from large water content boilers but without the benefits of condensing capability, higher turndown ratios and accurate load matching that you get with a modular condensing boiler. But now some modular condensing boilers with low water content are able to operate up to 40 degrees delta T. This means you can maximise condensing operation and get energy and cost savings.

The supporting water pipes and pumps can all be smaller with modular boilers and systems with wider temperature differentials, helping to reduce installation costs and gain further energy savings.

Phased Something we see a lot on projects is the phased approach to purchase and installation – particularly when constructing a new residential building or mixed use development supplied by a heat network/energy centre. Often only parts of the building will be used when the complex is first opened until they sell or lease the dwellings, offices or commercial units. With a modular boiler system you do not need to purchase and install all equipment straight away, you can add and expand the system as the building fills up. Or you can fit everything at the start but only use the boilers that are needed, switching them on incrementally when more people occupy the building. This helps control costs and energy use. Our compact modular boilers fit through standard doorways, whereas large output boilers take up more room and must be installed before the building is built around it. To help meet the government’s energy efficiency targets it’s all about providing the right amount of heat at the right time, with little or no wastage. This means products working together to offer the best solution for each application. Modular boilers tick all the boxes for heat networks, energy centres as well as basement plant rooms, rooftop plant rooms and city centre developments.

< Stanmore Place in London is a mixed use development of houses, apartments and offices that in the first phase installed 34 Hamworthy condensing boiler modules across 5 plantrooms providing a total output of 7,900kW for the different building’s heating and hot water needs. The boiler modules have a 5:1 turndown ratio and are controlled by a boiler sequence controller to ensure efficient load matching.

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CHP

SAVINGS FROM CHP COULD PAY FOR MORE NURSES Switching to Combined Heat & Power (CHP) would save the NHS £26.4 million a year, according to a report published by the Sustainable Development Unit (SDU) for NHS England and Public Health England.

The ‘Securing Health Returns’ report covers 35 sustainability measures that it says could achieve a total of £400m of cost savings, and reduce carbon emissions across the NHS by a million tonnes a year, by the end of this decade. 18 of the measures considered are linked to energy saving and CHP comes out ahead with the highest potential cost savings, followed by staff energy awareness and leading to “behaviour change” that could reduce energy costs by £21.5m; high efficiency lighting (£7.2m), and lowering set points on heating systems by 1 degCel that would cut £6.2m from the NHS energy bill. CHP’s contribution to cutting running costs would free up money for the wages of 1,200 new nurses, the report added, as well as reducing CO2 emissions by 3,750 tonnes a year. The SDU has released an online tool that helps trusts implement sustainability improvements to accompany the report. Gary Stoddart, general manager of CHP manufacturer SenerTec, said CHP could play “a huge role” in improving the efficiency of UK buildings and hospitals, in particular.

He added that Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust had already made savings of £10m since 2009 thanks to the use of CHP. “These savings can be achieved because onsite CHP is approximately 30% more efficient than relying on traditional heating plant and electricity supplied solely from the grid, and costs three or four times less,” said Mr Stoddart. “In conventional electricity generation vast amounts of energy is lost because ‘waste’ heat is discarded and moving power over large distances results in transmission losses.” However, he warned that the savings could only be achieved if the CHP unit was sized correctly. “Oversized CHP units will not run if the heat demand is not present, and as a result the anticipated electricity will not be generated,” said Mr Stoddart. “The golden rule for CHP is to keep it as small as possible. Sizing the system so that the base load heating requirements can be met largely by the CHP unit alone will result in the continuous generation of low cost, low carbon electricity as a by-product of producing base load heating.”

“Buildings with high and continuous, year-round heating loads like hospitals can achieve the most efficient operation because of the long running hours,” he said.

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HEATING & COOLING

HEATING AND COOLING NEEDS JOINED UP APPROACH The European Partnership for Energy and the Environment (EPEE), which represents the heating, cooling and refrigeration industry in Europe, calls for a system approach to energy saving.

The EPEE has published recommendations for how it believes the EU’s recently published consultation on a heating and cooling strategy could be made even more effective. It believes that by taking a more holistic approach to what is already on the statute book in Europe for buildings, products and end use, the EU can kickstart progress towards Europe’s 2020 target for a 20% energy reduction, which has now been updated to an indicative 27% target for 2030. In a position paper, EPEE noted that its members’ technologies are very well placed to significantly increase energy efficiency, limit energy demand and reduce energy consumption. Legislation such as the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD), the Energy Efficiency Directive (EED) and the Renewable Energies Directive (RED) can be better used by taking the three as an integrated whole, the body claimed. “There are a number of ways to increase the energy efficiency of heating and cooling. The most obvious solution is the setting of energy efficiency requirements at product level, as stipulated by the Ecodesign Directive,” it said in a statement. “However, even the most energy-efficient products will not lead to energy savings if the wrong type of equipment is chosen for a building, or if the heating and cooling system has not been planned to operate in the most effective way. This includes properly sizing, installing, controlling and maintaining products.

“Proper maintenance and control, therefore, seem to be the first and most obvious steps to improve the energy performance of buildings.” EPEE cited French consultant Cardonnel Ingéniérie, which has demonstrated that replacing thermal heating and cooling equipment can result in energy savings of between 25% to 40% and payback times of five to 10 years depending on the type of the building, whereas upgrading the envelope of the same buildings requires payback times of 24 to 28 years – although the energy savings could be as high as 50%. It concluded: “These findings highlight the importance of ensuring that measures to improve the energy performance of buildings should not focus on the building envelope only, but should include all elements and technical systems in a building.” EPEE also proposes a framework that sets rules for maximising the energy performance of buildings, ”where each building would be considered as a system composed of active and passive elements and with energy inputs, useful energy outputs and energy losses to be minimised”. It also points out that new technology is not required to achieve this goal, but rather a finetuning and coordination of existing technologies.

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LOW CARBON HEAT

GOVERNMENT INVESTS £320M IN ‘CENTRAL HEATING FOR CITIES’ The government has promised to spend £320million over the next five years on developing low carbon heat networks for towns and cities across England and Wales.

The money was allocated following the recent Spending Review and a consultation is now underway to decide how best to support what the Department for Energy and Climate Change (DECC) is calling ‘central heating for cities’, which it believes could cut energy bills by as much as 30% for some households. Heat pumps, combined heat and power (CHP) and geothermal plant are under consideration for support to provide low carbon heat to a series of networks. There are £2bn worth of district heating schemes under consideration in over 150 local authorities, and the technology has the potential to meet up to 20% of heat demand by 2030, according to government estimates.

ADE said its report ‘Levelling the playing field: Unlocking heat infrastructure investment’, included proposals that would help attract investment by reducing heat network capital risk; lower network costs by creating a fairer tax regime; and provide local authorities with the support they need to move forward with new network investments. It added that these policy proposals would build on an industry framework to protect customers and investors, including the UK’s first independent heat customer protection scheme and a national Code of Practice developed in partnership with CIBSE.

A report by the Association for Decentralised Energy (ADE) also claimed that heat networks would be able to succeed without government subsidy from 2021.

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HEAT PUMPS

LOW CARBON GRID RENEWS THE CASE FOR HEAT PUMPS The economic and technical arguments in favour of heat pumps are becoming increasingly persuasive, according to David Pepper*.

The government’s latest annual energy statistics show that renewable energy is making up ground on fossil fuels and rapidly decarbonising the UK’s electricity supply.

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Managing Director of Lochinvar

Last year 25% of our electricity was generated from renewables – up by 29% on 2014. By comparison, coal generated 22% of the country’s electricity – down from 30% in 2014. In some parts of the country more than 50% of electricity supplies are now being generated by renewables; and on one day this summer 100% of Scotland’s electricity demand was met by renewables alone.

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The more we strip carbon out of our electricity, the stronger the case for heat pumps that use electricity as a primary fuel source. The fact that they can multiply input energy by a factor of three (or sometimes four) was already a strong energy efficiency argument for retrofitting heat pumps in place of ageing and inefficient heating systems. If that primary energy is decarbonised then they start to look even more impressive in all round environmental performance. It was hard, in the past, to make a carbon saving case for electrically powered heating technologies, but the sums are now starting to

change. The lower the carbon content of the electricity, the greater the carbon benefit from the heat pump that is already operating at between 300 and 400% efficiency compared with traditional fossil fuel heating. This can all contribute to the government’s plans for developing low carbon heating networks.

Integrated Replacing some traditional heating and cooling equipment with energy efficient modern equivalents like heat pumps can deliver energy savings of between 25% to 40% and payback times of five to 10 years depending on the type of building. Heating generated by heat pumps also continues to attract subsidies under the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) although this has been under-exploited by users. However, experience shows that in a growing number of UK commercial buildings, the most appropriate and costeffective solution is to integrate heat pumps with boilers, water heaters and thermal stores. An integrated approach will deliver the best return on investment for the end user as well as the necessary flexibility to meet heating and hot water demand.

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HEAT PUMPS

“The more we strip carbon out of our electricity, the stronger the case for heat pumps that use electricity as a primary fuel source. The fact that they can multiply input energy by a factor of three (or sometimes four) was already a strong energy efficiency argument for retrofitting heat pumps in place of ageing and inefficient heating systems.”

The refinement of heat pump technology, so that features previously only available in large multi-stage compressors are now available in smaller models, is also making a huge difference and improving its performance in tandem with other heat sources. The availability of ‘economised vapour injection’ (EVI) is an example of how the technology has evolved and improved. Systems that use EVI have a much more efficient refrigeration cycle because the compression process is separated into two stages within a single compressor. As a result, most of the refrigerant is cooled during compression, which reduces the electrical energy consumed. This is particularly beneficial at lower evaporating temperatures i.e when the outdoor air temperature is around 0°C or below. It also increases the evaporating effect – the useful amount of heat that the refrigerant can extract from the outside air. Generating space heating and hot water close to the point of use to minimise distribution losses is another excellent benefit of heat pumps, which are highly versatile and relatively easy to install.

Gas Absorption Heat Pumps (GAHP) have the potential to gain traction in our market and are capable of delivering even more impressive coefficients of performance (CoPs) than ‘standard’ vapour compression ASHPs. Their efficiency is also less affected by changes in outdoor temperature. A gas absorption system will only lose around 10% of its operating capacity when outdoor temperature falls from 5°C to -5°C. So, by correctly sizing a GAHP system, a designer can provide a reliable source of hot water to feed heating and domestic hot water systems at a CoP of around 1.4 (seasonally adjusted across a whole year).

Compensation Heat pumps work particularly well if they are integrated with a condensing boiler to provide low temperature hot water for underfloor heating or low temperature radiators and the use of weather compensation control in the heating mode will also significantly enhance system efficiency. GAHP’s can also be used to supply pre-heated hot water to a gas-fired condensing water heater. Another growth area for heat pump technology is as part of multi-valent systems where energy is gathered from a number of separate sources including condensing gasfired boilers and/or water heaters; as well as other renewables, such as solar thermal. In such a system, the use of a suitably flexible and properly sized thermal store becomes the critical element. The integrated system set up ensures that the heat pump will supply the main heat load, and the non-renewable plant e.g. gas condensing boiler, only runs at times of particularly high demand or during very cold periods – so minimising fossil fuel use.


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“Gas Absorption Heat Pumps (GAHP) have the potential to gain traction in our market and are capable of delivering even more impressive coefficients of performance (CoPs) than ‘standard’ vapour compression ASHPs.”

The use of a thermal store/buffer vessel capable of accepting multiple energy sources, in tandem with the latest heat pump technology, allows the design engineer to provide an extremely flexible, but high output solution. The thermal store, effectively, acts as a large, low resistance header that can accept heat from up to three sources. This smooths out the system capacity to maximize efficiency. It also prevents legionella risk because it does not store domestic hot water. Ideally, the store should be sized to provide 20 litres per kW output from the heat pump plus an additional 10 litres per kW output from the system boiler.

Manufacturers can support the work of design engineers and contractors by providing our expertise on how the different technologies can best be integrated. If the industry’s supply chain can get those calculations right and take advantage of the rapidly changing carbon picture, the march of heat pumps looks unstoppable. *David Pepper is managing director of boiler, water heater and heat pump manufacturer Lochinvar. www.lochinvar.ltd.uk

This approach is not particularly challenging in a technical sense, but it does require proper pre-planning and assessment of the usage patterns within the building and, therefore, the likely best configuration for the system. Integrating technologies in this way requires good control strategies and a thorough commissioning process to ensure the various parts of the system work in correct sequence. The system should be set up to ensure the renewable technologies are the first to respond to any call for heating and hot water; with gasfired boilers acting as back-up and firing only for periods of particularly high demand. However, the control strategy – and therefore commissioning process – is vital to the longterm success of this type of system and should only be approached following consultation with the building manager/end user to establish likely patterns of occupant behaviour and the resulting hot water and heating demand.

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F-GAS

F-GAS IS NOT GOING ANYWHERE

Despite the outcome of the EU Referendum, the cooling industry will not see any change to regulations covering the use of fluorinated refrigerant gases (F-Gas) or the requirement for refrigerant handling registration, according to experts.

While the original F-Gas Regulation (EC517/2014) emanated from Brussels and was driven by the European Commission, it was transposed directly into UK law. Therefore, it is now part of the British legal system and it would require Westminster to repeal one of its own laws for the industry’s F-Gas measures to be changed. The EU regulation itself has no legal status.

“So again, despite the Brexit vote, there will be no change to the requirements for legally working with fluorinated greenhouse gases and systems containing them here in the UK,” added Mr Fox, who is a former President of the Air Conditioning and Refrigeration European Association (AREA) and a director of the Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Industry Board (ACRIB).

As a result, there will be no impact for the foreseeable future on companies operating in the UK market and no change to the mandatory requirements for certification with industry registration schemes like Refcom.

It has been a legal requirement since July 2009 for all businesses that install, maintain or service stationary equipment containing or designed to contain f-gas refrigerants to obtain an F-Gas Company Certificate.

“Our government, the Environment Agency and regional equivalents are all committed to environmental responsibility so I cannot foresee any circumstance where we would rescind this law,” says Graeme Fox, BESA senior mechanical engineer.

Refcom, which was set up by BESA (then the HVCA) in 1994, was appointed by the government as a certification body to provide this mandatory service for the refrigeration and air conditioning sectors. It works with the Environment Agency to ensure the regulations are properly enforced and refrigerant reclamation carried out.

Competence “The certification and personnel competence requirements have all been set at UK level. They are all different across the EU; even though we have the mutual recognition status between international schemes.

Refcom now accounts for more than 80% of company certificates covering the UK refrigerant handling market making it a key component of the UK’s efforts to control emissions of greenhouse gases and tackle global warming.

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F-GAS

“It has been a legal requirement since July 2009 for all businesses that install, maintain or service stationary equipment containing or designed to contain f-gas refrigerants to obtain an F-Gas Company Certificate.”

The UK refrigeration and air conditioning industry is actually looking to extend international co-operation by helping establish a worldwide scheme for certifying refrigerant handling competence on behalf of the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) – an international ‘driving licence’ for refrigerant handlers. Mr Fox represents the UK on the working party developing the UNEP scheme. He said competence requirements would be set at a much lower level than what is already in place in the UK to reflect the wide variance in international practices and the fact that many countries currently have no competence scheme at all. So, although the UK is happy to help UNEP establish this much needed method for harmonising global standards, Mr Fox said it was “highly unlikely that the post-Brexit UK government will seek to water down our own hard won professional standards” to meet the lower minimum set by a new international scheme.

Refcom revamp satisfies thirst for knowledge The industry’s main refrigerant handling certification scheme Refcom has upgraded and relaunched its website to reflect growing demand from contractors for greater technical information and online support. The relaunch means that applications and renewals for Refcom membership can now be done online. The new site also boasts an enhanced guidance and advice section, which will be regularly updated by Refcom’s in-house experts and via feedback from members and the industry at large. It has been a legal requirement since July 2009 for all businesses that install, maintain or service stationary equipment containing or designed to contain F gas refrigerants to obtain an F gas Company Certificate. This is in line with the European F gas Regulation, which was developed to reduce the amount of global warming gases being released to atmosphere, and is now embedded in UK law. Refcom, which was originally set up as a voluntary registration scheme by the HVCA (now BESA) in 1994, was appointed by the government to provide mandatory certification for the refrigeration and air conditioning sectors when the F gas Regulation came into force. BESA members were heavily involved in the scoping and setting up of the refrigerant handling regulations and Refcom was integral to the shaping of the laws that now apply to all UK businesses carrying out installation, maintenance or servicing of stationary refrigeration, air conditioning or heat pump equipment (SRACHP work).

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F-GAS

“Refcom, which was originally set up as a voluntary registration scheme by the HVCA (now BESA) in 1994, was appointed by the government to provide mandatory certification for the refrigeration and air conditioning sectors when the F gas Regulation came into force.”

Reclamation Refcom has been working with the Environment Agency since 2009 to ensure the regulations are properly enforced and reclamation carried out and today it accounts for more than 80% of UK company refrigerant handling certificates.

The ‘Brexit’ vote will also have an impact on the refrigeration and air conditioning market so the new site already contains early guidance and will be updated as the regulatory picture evolves.

In 2014, the F gas Regulations were revised and updated to reflect the higher professional standards set out in Refcom’s voluntary ‘Elite’ scheme, whose members are able to prove to owners/operators via independent third party accreditation that they are competent in the installation, commissioning, decommissioning and/or maintenance of any system containing refrigerant gas.

The success of Refcom in managing F gases used in heating and cooling equipment was acknowledged in a major report published in the US last year. The Air Conditioning, Heating and Refrigeration Institute (AHRI) studied refrigerant management and recycling programmes worldwide and found that the UK had the highest reported rate of recovery at between 65 and 92% - ahead of other major economies including Australia, Canada, California, the rest of the EU, Japan, China and Brazil.

As well as being certified safe refrigerant handlers, Elite members are licensed waste carriers and are fully compliant with all current legal requirements. Their procedures are also fully auditable and they can account for all refrigerant used and recovered.

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The Refcom website explains how companies can become registered; how the legislation affects them; and the business benefits of carrying out appropriate training in order to gain the required certification. The new website also includes a detailed section on the phase down of HFC refrigerants, which began last year, to help contractors explain the process to their clients so they can make informed decisions about potential equipment replacement.

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REFRIGERANTS

MISUSE OF REFRIGERANTS IS GROWING CONCERN As the phase down of HFC refrigerants gathers pace, fears are growing that there will be more accidents caused by people using the wrong alternative gases in air conditioning and refrigeration systems, says BESA senior mechanical engineer Graeme Fox*.

An open letter signed by nine international trade associations representing 90% of the world’s air conditioning and refrigeration manufacturers sought to raise awareness of the growing danger of the misuse – and sometimes downright abuse – of refrigerant gases world-wide. Manufacturers from Europe, the US, China, Japan, Brazil, Korea, Australia and Canada have registered their grave concerns about the increased safety and environmental risks created by people using refrigerants in the wrong equipment. Graeme Fox

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2016 witnessed several accidents around the world with equipment catching fire or exploding – and not just in so-called ‘backwater’ countries. There were two high profile cases in New Zealand, for example; one of which led to the death of a firefighter, where flammable hydrocarbon gas was used in a system that was not designed for its use.

Dangers The manufacturer bodies were eager to raise awareness of the dangers and stressed that only the refrigerant approved by the original equipment manufacturer (OEM) should be used. They added that refrigerants are carefully

selected as an integral part of the overall system design taking into account safety; longevity of the equipment; energy efficiency; cost and environmental impact. In the UK, we enjoy the support of a long established refrigerant handling registration scheme Refcom that has helped to drive up professional standards across our industry. It has been a legal requirement since July 2009 for all businesses that install, maintain or service stationary equipment containing or designed to contain f-gas refrigerants to obtain an F-Gas Company Certificate. Refcom, which was set up by BESA (then the HVCA) in 1994, was appointed by the government as a certification body to provide this mandatory service for the refrigeration and air conditioning sectors. It works with the Environment Agency to ensure the regulations are properly enforced and refrigerant reclamation carried out. Refcom now accounts for more than 80% of company certificates covering the UK refrigerant handling market making it a key component of the UK’s efforts to control emissions of greenhouse gases and tackle global warming.

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REFRIGERANTS

“Refcom now accounts for more than 80% of company certificates covering the UK refrigerant handling market making it a key component of the UK’s efforts to control emissions of greenhouse gases and tackle global warming.”

As a result of all that experience, we have been able to advise and support the programme to create a worldwide scheme for certifying refrigerant handling competence – an international ‘driving licence’ for refrigerant handlers – on behalf of the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP). Safety was one of the motives behind the creation of the scheme because UNEP is increasingly concerned about the alternative and flammable gases ‘knowledge gap’ in many parts of the world. The phase-out of HCFCs and planned phasedowns of HFCs has sparked the development of alternatives with lower global warming potential – some of which operate at higher pressures; some of which are toxic and flammable – so that only those designated by manufacturers as suitable ‘drop-in’ replacements for their equipment should be used. The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) also issued a warning about the dangers of using flammable hydrocarbon refrigerants as substitutes for R22 in existing US domestic, commercial and car air conditioning.

The issue of counterfeit gas is another alarming trend. Methyl chloride – a long banned substance – is reappearing; often masquerading as R134a. Today many modern compressors contain aluminium parts, unlike when methyl chloride was widely used, and this reacts with the gas to form explosive oxygen gas that can lead to compressor ruptures with sometimes deadly consequences. We live in dangerous times. However, it is usually lack of training, knowledge and understanding – rather than deliberate mischief making – that leads to problems with refrigerants and, as an industry, we now have the opportunity though UNEP to improve awareness and deliver competence training that can make a real difference worldwide. *Graeme Fox is a former President of the Air Conditioning and Refrigeration European Association (AREA) and a director of the Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Industry Board (ACRIB).

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WHAT ARE WE DOING ABOUT INDOOR AIR QUALITY? Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) refers to the air quality within and around buildings with particular emphasis on how it relates to the health and comfort of occupants.

BESA formed an IAQ Action Group two years ago with a view to providing clearer technical guidance for members and the industry at large on this important topic and also to raise awareness at government level; with the general public; and across the sector through its marketing and PR departments. The IAQ Group was set up in response to growing alarm across the UK about rising levels of outdoor air pollution. It was clear that as air pollution worsened there would be a growing problem in buildings unless measures were taken to ensure ventilation and air conditioning systems were adequately designed, installed and (most importantly) maintained to protect occupants. The growth in the volume and nature of outdoor contaminants is adding to the problem already created by indoor sources of air pollution. The Group was set up specifically to be collaborative across the building services sector and, therefore, includes members and representatives of other like-minded organisations including CIBSE; BSRIA; the Construction Products Association; the

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City of London Corporation etc. and with charities such as Close the Door and Clean Air in London. It has succeeded in bringing key players across the sector together and pooled their expertise in a series of press articles and technical bulletins. The next aim is to produce further technical updates, which will be freely available to members and, eventually, a comprehensive Guide to Good Practice jointly published with BSRIA and CIBSE. It has published a series of trade press articles and responded to government consultations. It has also hosted and sponsored several technical seminars and provided expert IAQ speakers at industry events including those aimed at specialist audiences like NHS Estates managers and school ventilation engineers.

Aims and ambitions Most service and maintenance programmes already include an annual inspection of air handling units and a visual check of ductwork cleanliness, but has no specific measuring process of the actual air in the occupied space.


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“Healthcare facilities and many schools are considered high risk; a standard commercial office medium risk; and a storage facility low risk. Where the building is located – near a busy road etc. – and local conditions would be the other main factors.”

The Group is now advising contractors, FMs and building clients to take the relatively easy step of extending visual inspections to taking air and microbiological samples to measure the air quality and the cleanliness of ventilation; and inspecting ventilation and air conditioning filters.

The committee is proposing a range of relatively low cost, simple remedial measures – such as cleaning intake grilles and upgrading/ changing filters – linked to a building ‘classification’ system i.e high, medium and low risk based on a building’s function and characteristics.

Building managers are encouraged to measure and monitor: relative humidity (RH); ventilation rates; possible mould build up; temperature; CO; CO2; VOCs; supply side particulates; NO2 and NOx. Local factors like heavy traffic levels and Radon gas should also be taken into account.

Healthcare facilities and many schools are considered high risk; a standard commercial office medium risk; and a storage facility low risk. Where the building is located – near a busy road etc. – and local conditions would be the other main factors.

Technical sub-committee The Group has set up a small technical group looking into what relevant technical guidance is already available; what legislation (national and international) has a bearing on IAQ; and what steps building engineering services firms could take to support clients. The main purpose of this work will be to produce practical steps that can be used to supplement the Association’s widely used building service and maintenance tool SFG20.

It is recommending existing sources of guidance including BESA’s own ‘Guide to Good Practice – Internal Cleanliness of Ventilation Systems’ (TR/19). The group is also looking at the behaviour of building users including opening windows in highly polluted urban areas and the impact that has on IAQ. Measurements have shown that a well-sealed building envelope and effective filtration of incoming supply air can reduce particle penetration by 78%. There has been a growing interest in airtightness testing to help improve energy efficiency, but that process can also be used to measure IAQ. For more information and to get involved in this work visit the BESA IAQ LinkedIn page or email: IAQ@theBESA.com

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70% OF OFFICE WORKERS COMPLAIN ABOUT POOR AIR QUALITY A nationwide survey commissioned by BESA last year revealed that indoor air pollution is prevalent in work places across Britain, potentially causing long-term health problems.

The YouGov survey reported that almost 70% of office workers believe poor air quality in their place of work is having a negative effect on their day-to-day productivity and well-being. Additionally, a third of office workers are concerned that poor indoor air quality could be having a negative effect on their health. Opening windows is the most commonly used form of ventilation with 60% of office workers saying it is the first thing they do if they need ‘fresh air’. However, although this is seen as a natural response, by opening our office windows, we run the risk of further polluting our working environment by letting in outdoor toxins, the survey found. Given that we spend 90% of our time indoors and are spending, on average, 212 days a year at work, BESA has called on the industry; building managers and the general public to ensure proper, effective, well maintained ventilation systems are operating in all offices across the UK. Those office workers surveyed, reported suffering regularly from symptoms commonly linked to poor indoor air quality:

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• 68% of office workers experience lapses in concentration on a monthly or more frequent basis

• Over two thirds (67%) of recipients reported suffering from fatigue while at work on a monthly or more frequent basis

• Over half (54%) of office workers surveyed experience decreased productivity on a monthly or more frequent basis

• Over a third (41%) of people experience

watery or irritated eyes when in the office on a monthly or more frequent basis Almost 40% of office workers who suffer from at least one of the symptoms listed believes poor ventilation is the main reason for the problems they experience. The BESA survey follows a report published by the Royal College of Physicians earlier this year, which revealed that air pollution, both indoor and outdoor, could be linked to at least 40,000 premature deaths a year in the UK. “Many people in the UK end up working more than 40 hours per week and, generally, we spend upwards of 90% of our time indoors,” said BESA chief executive Paul McLaughlin. “It is, therefore, crucial that buildings provide a healthy working environment.


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“We now know that air pollution has a substantial impact on many chronic long-term conditions, increasing strokes and heart attacks in susceptible individuals. That is why this is not just a job for government, local authorities or business – as individuals we can all do our part to reduce pollutant exposure.”

“More and more people are becoming aware of the inadequate ventilation options in their offices, as well as the negative effect this is having on their health and their productivity. “There is a perception that a lack of windows attributes to poor indoor air quality (IAQ), but in reality, we need proper, well maintained air conditioning and ventilation systems in place. We need to make our buildings a safe haven for occupants, to protect them from the worst impacts of outdoor pollution as well as providing good quality, healthy indoor air.” Commenting on the survey results, the Royal College of Physicians’ special adviser on air quality, Professor Stephen Holgate said: “As we noted in our report: ‘Every breath we take: the lifelong impact of air pollution', indoor air pollution is often an area which is overlooked. Poor ventilation is one part of this problem and, with the drive to reduce energy costs by making spaces more airtight, things will only get worse. “We now know that air pollution has a substantial impact on many chronic longterm conditions, increasing strokes and heart attacks in susceptible individuals. That is why this is not just a job for government, local authorities or business – as individuals we can all do our part to reduce pollutant exposure,” added Professor Holgate.

Dr. Prashant Kumar from the Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering at the University of Surrey added: “The World Health Organisation ranks air pollution as the third most significant health risk worldwide. Indoor air quality is greatly affected by the ventilation conditions of a household, commercial or workplace buildings. “Modern buildings and workplaces are usually made airtight to conserve energy, but this can in fact compromise the indoor air quality due to lack of sufficient air changes. The results of this survey are very useful and indeed pertinent, not only for the general public but also for the scientific community and the urban planners.” BESA is collaborating with a number of industry bodies including the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE) and Institute of Healthcare Engineering & Estate Management (IHEEM) to raise awareness about IAQ and produce detailed guidance for contractors, designers and facilities managers.

*All figures, unless otherwise stated, are from YouGov Plc. Total sample size was 2031 adults of which 732 work in an office as part of their job. Fieldwork was undertaken between 2nd - 3rd June 2016.

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TIME TO CLEAR THE AIR

Rising urban pollution levels mean it is essential we improve the air quality inside buildings, says IAQ Group chairman Giuseppe Borgese.

Giuseppe Borgese IAQ Group chairman

The World Health Organisation (WHO) estimates there are 360,000 premature deaths in the EU as a result of worsening air pollution – around 60,000 of those are in the UK. In central London the concentration of diesel and nitrogen dioxide (NO2) is about three times the level recommended by the WHO with Londoners suffering a 20% increase in mortality rates as a result.

Schools are starting to do a bit more because scientists have established a clear link between poor learning and high concentrations of CO2 in classroom air. There may be CO alarms in some buildings, but who measures volatile organic compounds (VOCs) or NOX or the wide range of particulate matter making its way into most city buildings?

Urban air contamination increases the severity of asthma attacks, instances of heart failure and certain cancers. It reduces lung capacity so upsetting the balance of nutrients and oxygen in the blood. There are few more serious issues out there, but cleaning up the air is proving a seemingly intractable political problem and the government recently admitted the UK would remain in breach of EU clean air regulations until at least 2025.

For good productivity, the air where you live or work needs to be about 20-24degC with a relative humidity (RH) of about 40-60%. Basically, the ventilation system needs to dilute CO2 levels and replace oxygen, but that needs to be measured on a regular basis to ensure it is still happening. To safeguard health, the maintenance regime must also tackle mould build up from condensation and dilute the impact of VOCs; supply side particulates; NO2 and NOx.

So the more alarming pollution becomes outside, the more desirable and valuable it is for buildings to be turned into ‘safe havens’ that protect their occupants from the worst effects. We do, after all, spend 90% of our time inside. The Healthvent EU research project reported that almost two thirds of the burden of disease traced back to poor indoor air quality (IAQ) was from pollutants coming into the building, yet most service and maintenance programmes do not routinely cover IAQ. They may have annual ventilation hygiene checks and that might even extend to cleaning and replacing air filters, but very few people are specifically measuring IAQ.

With outdoor pollution hitting the headlines, this is the ideal time to encourage building owners and maintainers to safeguard the health, safety and well-being of their occupants by revamping their service and maintenance regimes to specifically target IAQ. This need not be expensive and will only require the addition of a few extra simple measures to existing programmes in most commercial buildings. In return for what is a very modest investment, building managers will be rewarded with lower absenteeism and better productivity – not to mention happier and healthier staff and tenants.

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THERE’S NOTHING WHOLESOME ABOUT URBAN AIR Filtered and treated air is not superior to fresh air – the problem is where to find ‘fresh’ air in an urban environment, says BESA head of sustainability David Frise.

There is a popular misconception that outside air is somehow ‘organic’ and having passed through a fan and a filter is somehow ‘genetically modified’. People don’t drink rain water – they drink it from the tap.

David Frise

BESA - Head of sustainability

The same principle applies to treating and filtering air to make it cleaner for people to breathe; particularly indoors where there are a range of potential additional pollutants including carbon monoxide; carbon dioxide; VOCs; radon gas; NO2 and NOx. The building engineering community is really just waking up to the problem of indoor air quality (IAQ) because it is not routinely or adequately measured. However, our efforts through the BESA Indoor Air Quality group was put into context by a ground-breaking piece of research produced by the Royal College of Physicians and the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health last year. These esteemed bodies both concluded that air pollution caused or contributed to 40,000 UK deaths every year – more than alcohol and smoking combined.

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Development The report found that unborn and young children are particularly susceptible to air pollution. “The developing heart, lung, brain, hormone systems and immunity can all be harmed by pollution,” the report said. “Research is beginning to point towards effects on growth, intelligence, asthma, and development of the brain and coordination. Harm to babies and children will have an impact that lasts far into the future.” They called for more and deeper research into indoor air pollution: “We must strengthen our understanding of the key risk factors and effects of poor air quality in our homes, schools and workplaces.” It also noted: “The drive to reduce energy costs, by creating homes with tighter ventilation, could be making the situation worse.” The World Health Organisation (WHO) used air quality data ranging from 2008 to 2013 in a global study. This revealed that many UK towns and cities that were exceeding its standards for PM10 particulate matter, which is currently set at a “safe” annual average of 20 micrograms per cubic metre.


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“Research (on pollution) is beginning to point towards effects on growth, intelligence, asthma, and development of the brain and coordination. Harm to babies and children will have an impact that lasts far into the future.”

While London is in breach of WHO standards, the capital still boasts better air quality than Port Talbot, Stanford-le-Hope and Glasgow. The remaining areas that breached limits were Scunthorpe, Leeds, Eastbourne, Nottingham, Oxford and Southampton. GLOBAL STATS:

• 8% increase in global urban air pollution since 2008

• 40,000 deaths annually in the UK as a

result of indoor and outdoor pollution

• 98% of cities in low and middle income countries do not meet WHO guidelines

• Mumbai air is the same as smoking 100 cigarettes a day

The UK Department of Education was so concerned about the impact on children that it launched a consultation on new draft design guidance for school buildings including greater levels of air filtration to “remove health damaging airborne pollutants”. Briefing documents supporting the redraft of its design guide BB101 pointed out that London and other major UK cities “now require measures to tackle the problem of exposure of staff and students to frequent high air pollution while working and studying inside school buildings”. “There is a problem of elevated air pollution levels close to some schools that requires the location of air intakes in unpolluted zones or the use of air filtration units and effective air filtration in school ventilation systems,” the guidance adds. The Department has identified air filtration as “the most effective solution” currently available to remove health damaging airborne pollutants and maintain clean indoor air in urban pollution “hotspots”. If we are wrong about this then so are the WHO; the Mayor of London; the Royal College of Physicians; the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health; and the Department for Education. It really is time to get serious about cleaning up Britain’s air.

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REACHING FOR THE SKIES With more than 200 new high rise buildings planned for London alone, there is growing demand for specific technical guidance covering building services engineering in tall structures across the UK, says BESA technical director Tim Rook.

The Association is co-ordinating a panindustry project with CIBSE and the ECA to create a unified set of technical advice and guidance for architects, engineers, contractors and FMs on the specific issues and challenges that occur in services engineering because of the height of the building. Once complete, the guidance will be available to members of the three partner bodies.

Tim Rook

BESA technical director

The aim is to reduce design risk, which in turn minimises potential problems in the construction and service phases of the building and better informs the decisions that create the appropriate balance between construction and service costs. The guidance will capture good design principles; define industry best practice; and identify all relevant standards, codes and regulations. It will include information provided by contractors, designers and engineers with particular knowledge and experience of working in tall structures. For the purposes of this work, the definition of ‘tall’ covers any building where, because of its height, there are specific engineering challenges, changes and additional considerations needed in order to ensure a safe and efficient system.

Relevance The complexity and multi-disciplinary nature of these projects means any guidance must be of relevance to the whole construction industry – not just contractors or building services engineers. When completed, the guide will cover all aspects of tall buildings beyond the current standards and guidance, which is typically aimed at lower rise buildings. So far, the working party has considered technical issues related to: the design and safety of pressure systems; pipework and jointing selection; anchoring and expansion; fire systems (sprinklers, dry risers); large VRF air conditioning systems; and cold water service separation. Further topics will be identified and researched in due course. The guidance will be developed and published on a sub-topic by sub-topic basis eventually producing a suite of knowledge. This will all be published online in a ‘wiki’ type format. Adopting this approach allows the working group to readily update its content with strong links between sub-topic publications and make access easier for members. Case studies will be used to illustrate techniques and demonstrate best practice.

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RENEWABLES

CASE STUDY

HEAT PUMP AT THE HEART OF DEMENTIA CARE HOME Increasing demand for care homes with specialist dementia expertise is leading to a whole new generation of carefully designed and beautifully appointed facilities right across the UK.

As well as taking advantage of the latest developments in dementia care, these homes are also keen to harness top quality heating and hot water solutions to meet residents’ needs while also minimising running costs and lowering carbon footprint. The new Callywhite Home in Derbyshire is an excellent example of this marriage between the latest medical thinking and engineering knowhow. An integrated heating and hot water system, featuring a gas absorption heat pump, condensing boilers and water heaters from heating and hot water equipment manufacturer Lochinvar is central to its successful operation. Run by the family-owned Green Nursing Homes group, the Callywhite opened late last year. It was developed adjacent to a ‘traditional’ nursing home in the town of Dronfield. Built over three floors, the home accommodates 39 residents – two of whom are over 100 years of age – and has been carefully designed for the elderly and those living with dementia, based on the industry’s guidelines for dementia care developed by the University of Stirling. As a result, the living spaces have been crafted to a very high specification so the staff can deliver a personalised care service to residents in a comfortable and supportive environment.

Demand As well as 39 large bedrooms, the Callywhite consists of three lounges, three dining rooms, multiple sensory rooms, library, hairdressers and a landscaped courtyard. The nature of the facilities also means there is heavy demand for heating and hot water – 24 hours a day – particularly as every bedroom has an ensuite bathroom. A number of technologies were considered by the design team led by mechanical, plumbing, heating and electrical contractors Martin Dixon Ltd. Planning rules also required that renewables be part of the final scheme. Solar photovoltaic (PV) panels were initially considered, but on closer inspection it was decided that Lochinvar’s Optimus gas absorption heat pump (GAHP) was a more appropriate choice for this type of project. As an added bonus, the Optimus GAHP met planning requirements at a considerably lower cost than the PV – even taking into account the potential solar feed-in tariff (FIT) payments. To meet dementia care guidelines, it was decided that the space heating should be provided by an underfloor system delivering constant and gentle, low temperature heat

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“EcoCharger water heaters incorporate fully modulating pre-mix burners with a 5:1 turndown ratio so the system can meet variations in hot water demand at minimal rates of gas consumption.”

while avoiding the use of radiators on safety grounds. Optimus GAHP has a gas utilisation efficiency (GUE) of 152% at a flow temperature of 50°C when ambient air is 7°C and is, therefore, ideal for this type of application. Working closely with Lochinvar, engineers from Martin Dixon Ltd designed a bespoke system integrating the Optimus GAHP with Lochinvar CPM high efficiency condensing boilers to provide space heating requirements for the home.

This helps the Callywhite achieve its energy efficiency goals with no drop off in hot water performance. Hot water temperatures are also carefully managed using thermostatic mixing valves to guard against scalding, but without having to lower stored water temperatures and increasing the risk of legionella.

Delighted

The Optimus GAHP provides heated water to a thermal store, which serves the underfloor heating system. Adopting this approach means the two CPM gas-fired, fully condensing, stainless steel boilers, are only used as backup and to provide extra heating capacity on very cold winter days. Using this integrated approach should provide considerable energy and carbon emissions savings.

Care home manager Martha Buchanan is delighted with the results because the heating and hot water supplies are constant, but running costs are kept low.

Separation of heating and hot water generation has long been regarded as an effective and efficient solution for a range of commercial buildings; and two Lochinvar EcoCharger condensing gas-fired water heaters were also installed to provide all the water heating needs of the home. These are designed around the principle of low hot water storage, but fast recovery, and operate at energy efficiencies of up to 96% with low NOx emissions of just 32mg per KWh.

Reliability is her first concern because of the vulnerability of her residents. If a home is without heating or hot water for 24 hours, the industry’s watchdog the Care Quality Commission will require a report and a follow-up risk assessment. The manager’s office has a direct link to the plantroom alarm system and controls so Mrs Buchanan can keep a close eye on system performance.

EcoCharger water heaters incorporate fully modulating pre-mix burners with a 5:1 turndown ratio so the system can meet variations in hot water demand at minimal rates of gas consumption.

“Clearly the needs of residents are the overriding priority,” she said. “However, we are always looking for better ways of meeting those needs while saving money where we can.”

“Heating and hot water are absolutely central to the operation of a home like ours,” she said. “So we are delighted to have such a reliable and energy efficient system. We have also had great support from the engineers at Martin Dixon Ltd.” She also pointed out that the system needed to be easy to use because, while the staff are all specialists in the care of dementia patients, they cannot also be expected to be “heating experts”. Green Nursing Homes was set up by Dr. and Mrs Jaiswal in the early 1990s and the group is now run by proprietor Deepak Jaiswal. Its other two homes in Derbyshire have been awarded Quality Premium status by Derbyshire County Council. www.lochinvar.ltd.uk

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FIGHTING FIRES The ventilation hygiene industry is playing an increasingly important role in the battle to reduce fire risks in buildings, says BESA technical director Tim Rook.

London Fire Brigade recently reported the outbreak of, at least, one fire every day in a commercial kitchen in the capital. They also confirmed that 90% of fires in catering premises are intensified by ignition of deposits inside grease extract ductwork.

Tim Rook

BESA technical director

It is not surprising; therefore, that grease extract duct cleaning is the fastest growing area of the ventilation hygiene industry. However, while standards are improving, there continues to be a large number of commercial kitchen fires exacerbated and spread even into neighbouring buildings by poorly maintained and cleaned ventilation ductwork. The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order (RRO), which came into force in 2006, stipulates that a ‘responsible person’ must ensure all components of the fire safety system in a building are kept in “efficient working order” and “good repair”. They must carry out a fire safety risk assessment and then put a planned maintenance regime in place.

Prohibition Failure to meet the requirements of the RRO can lead to fines of up to £10,000 and two years in prison for the designated responsible person. Prohibition notices can close a business down if the local fire officer is not satisfied that the right measures, including regular testing and maintenance of all system parts, are in place.

That seems clear enough, but in a large percentage of cases the ventilation system is ignored because the designated fire risk assessor does not recognise it as part of the fire safety system. They are more familiar with more obvious items like sprinkler systems, fire escapes and extinguishers, but grease from cooking processes that coats the inside of ductwork very quickly becomes a highly efficient medium for transmitting fire throughout a building. Often a fire will start inside the ductwork simply because the temperature becomes high enough to ignite the grease. However, many UK insurance providers now put conditions and warranties in their policies that can lead to claims being rejected on the grounds that the building operator has failed to maintain the ventilation effectively – or, simply, can’t prove that they have maintenance strategies in place. The ventilation hygiene industry’s primary source of guidance is TR/19 – a Guide to Good Practice; ‘Internal Cleanliness of Ventilation Systems’, which is published by BESA. This was revised in 2013, and now it is BESA’s intention to turn this vital guidance into a ‘dynamic’ online document that can be regularly revised and updated to reflect changing technical developments and legislation.

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“Often a fire will start inside the ductwork simply because the temperature becomes high enough to ignite the grease.” Since it first appeared in 1998, TR/19 has been widely accepted within the building engineering services sector and by the UK insurance industry as the standard to which ventilation systems should be cleaned. The guiding principle of TR/19 is that a defined, measurable level of cleanliness should be achieved to improve safety and comfort in buildings. The latest version provides clarity about when and to what standard grease extract systems should be cleaned, and provides a detailed explanation of the frequency of cleaning required based on the type of cooking and the hours of kitchen usage. The biggest issue for many ventilation hygiene companies is difficulty of gaining access to the ductwork for cleaning. However, it is not acceptable, to say that a system was not fully cleaned because it was difficult to gain access. If access panels are required they should be fitted by the cleaning contractor. Of course, the very nature of ventilation ductwork means that it is often impossible to access certain parts of the system – if they are hidden behind walls, for example. However, this must be clearly stated and explained on post-clean reports. And, in general, most access issues can be solved by fitting panels, which is something most reputable firms do.

Damage The importance of this aspect of the process was illustrated by a recent case in Nottinghamshire, where a cleaning contractor’s insurers were forced to make a payment of close to £1million to a hotel following a fire damage claim. The nub of the issue was that the contractor had relied on reporting that ‘all accessible areas were cleaned’ rather than actively pointing out those that were not accessible. The problem is that the booming grease extract market has attracted some of the ‘wrong’ kind of cleaners who really don’t understand ductwork; their responsibilities; or the importance of delivering clean systems, good advice and proper post clean reporting.

We hear of many quotes for full system cleans that are priced so low that they simply cannot be carried out properly – in fact, the chances are they are not carried out at all and the end user is simply getting a superficial clean of a kitchen canopy and any other visible parts of the system. While they might have been presented with a nice certificate that suggests their system has been cleaned, in reality they are being lulled into a false sense of security as grease continues to build up inside their ductwork. In a bid to get on top of this crucial issue, the BESA will be establishing a certification scheme for the sector backed up by expert training to help raise levels of professionalism across the industry. The scheme will be voluntary to start with, but may eventually become a mandatory system backed by the insurance industry as part of the fire safety regime. Most bona fide ventilation hygiene providers will want to sign up voluntarily as it gives them an opportunity to promote their professionalism and stand out from the crowd. BESA members have already put their weight and expertise behind the scheme. BESA is developing certification schemes that will enable clients and contractors to demonstrate competence. The schemes will demand that operatives are trained and knowledgeable about the requirements and the implications of failing to meet the standards. The smart Engineering Services SKILLcard and accompanying apps will enable easy checking of qualifications and certification. In parallel, the Association is producing a series of technical bulletins and reports covering different aspects of ventilation hygiene and associated fire risks. It will invite expert BESA members to comment and provide revisions with the aim that these additions will be used for the next revision of TR/19 – in its new dynamic format. Our guidance will, therefore, be online shortly and under constant review to ensure we reflect changing practices and technologies. It is not possible to understate the importance of this approach. We must have the most up-to-date knowledge in this area and have a way of ensuring companies adhere to best practice because there is nothing more fundamental to our industry than saving lives and protecting property.

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BESA LEADS EFFORTS TO ADDRESS FIRE DAMPER ALARM BESA produced a technical bulletin last year in response to growing alarm about the failure of many building owners to test and maintain their smoke and fire dampers.

Fire safety officers and building engineers are becoming increasingly concerned about the fire risk posed by the fact that thousands of these critical life safety systems are never checked either due to lack of awareness or access problems. In 2015, Channel 4 News revealed that hundreds of dampers in a ‘flagship’ PFI hospital in Birmingham had never been tested. When attempts were made to address the situation, less than 50% passed the test; several were found to be damaged and almost 200 in one section of the hospital alone could not be found or reached for checking. Fire services believe this is just the tip of the iceberg and that thousands of buildings are at risk. Difficulty of gaining access to the ventilation ductwork; disruption to the operation of the building; and the physical difficulty of opening and closing the dampers by hand all combine to leave the majority of mechanical, springoperated dampers ‘out of sight out of mind’, according to the Association. The bulletin outlines the key points for building owners, contractors and facilities management teams, has already been warmly welcomed.

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Required It points maintenance teams towards the requirements of the relevant British Standard and outlines what tasks must be completed. The bulletin also references the guidelines introduced by the Department of Health, which state that fire dampers are required to be tested and maintained annually to ensure fires do not spread unchecked and smoke is contained. The BESA bulletin, which was circulated to all member companies, also points out that testing and reporting procedures are set out in the Association’s facilities management tool SFG 20 and reminds companies to undertake proper training of all their relevant personnel. “This is a huge life safety issue that is largely hidden from the public. Not necessarily through ignorance or laziness, but often because building managers and their maintenance contractors don’t know what to do or are simply powerless because they are unable to locate or access these vital pieces of equipment,” said the BESA technical director Tim Rook.


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“Despite the fact it is a key component of any building’s fire safety strategy, there is often no way of knowing if a damper will operate when called upon – especially if it has been installed for 30, 40 years or more as many have.”

“Despite the fact it is a key component of any building’s fire safety strategy, there is often no way of knowing if a damper will operate when called upon – especially if it has been installed for 30, 40 years or more as many have.” The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order (RRO), which came into force in 2006, stipulates that a ‘responsible person’ ensures all components of the fire safety system are kept in “efficient working order” and “good repair”. They must carry out a fire safety risk assessment and then put a planned maintenance regime in place. Failure to meet the requirements of the RRO can lead to fines of up to £10,000 and two years in prison for the designated responsible person. Prohibition notices can close a business down if the local fire officer is not satisfied that the right measures, including regular testing and maintenance of all system parts, are in place.

Spring-operated dampers should be tested every year, according to the standard, and even more frequently if they are installed in areas of heavy dust contamination. Unfortunately, pressures on maintenance budgets means that regular damper testing is often overlooked. “Fire damper testing is a natural extension of the work already carried out by specialist ventilation hygiene contractors,” added Mr Rook. “The typical remedial works, such as fitting access panels and ductwork modifications, are second nature to ductwork cleaners and the information contained in the technical bulletin is a natural addition to the industry’s ventilation cleanliness guidance TR/19 – also produced by the BESA.” He pointed out that there should be a record of each damper being drop tested – not just a report that notes a damper is present – because, “if it hasn’t been tested, how do you know if it will work when you need it?”

The British Standard BS 9999 – the code of practice for Fire Safety in the Design, Management and Use of Buildings – covers routine inspection and maintenance of ventilation and air conditioning ductwork. It stipulates that all fire dampers be tested by a “competent person” at regular intervals “not exceeding two years” and should be replaced immediately if any fault is found.

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REVISED DW/144 CAPTURES RISING STANDARDS The 2016 edition of the ductwork industry’s ‘bible’ reflects the many legislative and technical changes that have affected the sector since DW/144 first appeared in 1998.

Since then, the Specification for Sheet Metal Ductwork has gained national and international recognition as the benchmark against which the quality of ductwork manufacture and installation can be measured. This comprehensive reference work, which is recognised across the sector as the standard specification for the manufacture and installation of low, medium and high pressure/ velocity sheet metal air systems, has had a thorough revamp and upgrade to make it more in tune with today’s industry. Developments in technology and working practices, along with the need to reflect a steady proliferation of European standards, make this a very different publication to its 1998 forerunner. The tireless work of the BESA Ductwork Group (DWG) Technical Sub-Committee has also brought the industry’s specification into the digital age by better reflecting modern working practices and aligning it with the emergence of Building Information Modelling (BIM).

major impact, not just from an environmental and resource efficiency perspective, but also on the competitiveness of the product allowing ductwork specialists to meet ever higher performance standards without excessively inflating costs. The DWG committee has representation on a number of European Standard committees ensuring that the revised DW/144 conforms to current European practices. Development particularly in relation to strength, construction, air leakage testing, cleaning and inspection have been taken into consideration in the revised specification. Our close relationship with the Sheet Metal and Air Conditioning National Contractors Association (SMACNA) enables BESA to share knowledge and technological advances to suit a worldwide market and environment.

Thickness

A number of technical queries raised by the members of the BESA and other industry bodies have been incorporated into the revised DW/144 specification. Amongst other things these include ductwork components, supports, smoke and fire dampers, sheet metal gauges and air leakage testing.

The new DW/144 includes provision for reducing the thickness of the sheet metal used in some sizes of rectangular ductwork. This will have a

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“For years ductwork specialists have argued that some ductwork gauges were over-specified and, therefore, thicker than they needed to be in many applications. The new DW/144 addresses this and supports the case for thinner gauges.”

behalf of the BESA concerning panel/flange deflection, duct gauges and ductwork strength and air leakage testing For years ductwork specialists have argued that some ductwork gauges were over-specified and, therefore, thicker than they needed to be in many applications. The new DW/144 addresses this and supports the case for thinner gauges with in-depth test data and validation. The new specification also recommends a reduction in the number of gauge, flange/stiffener manufactured assemblies; dispensing with the need to treat spot welds; a reduction in coatings thickness/protective finishes; and provides further clarification of standard duct sizes. The 200-page document, which has been aligned to all current British, European and international standards, covers ductwork application, materials, classification and air leakage rates. It defines the technical information to be provided by system designers to ductwork contractors; and looks in detail at rectangular, circular, and flat oval ductwork. A number of significant legislative changes have taken place since the first edition was published including the appearance of the Construction Products Regulation, CE Marking and the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations, along with other measures designed to enhance environmental management and health and safety. This has led to major changes in the Building Regulations, requiring clarification of the classes of ductwork to be tested, along with the re-introduction of high-pressure Class D to conform to European practice.

Expanded The content of DW/144 has been expanded to give more detail on hangers and supports, smoke and fire dampers, external ductwork, internal duct linings, thermal insulation, air terminal units, connections to builders work, as well as re-affirming the importance of the provision of a clean, dry environment into which sheet metal ductwork should be installed. It also contains a large number of reference tables. Special emphasis has also been placed on the inclusion of access panels in ductwork installations to make it easier for systems to be properly cleaned and maintained in situ. This follows in-depth consultations with the BESA Ventilation Hygiene group, which produces the sector’s main source of ductwork cleaning guidance (TR/19), and leads the sector’s efforts to reduce fire risks and hazards to human health associated with improperly cleaned and maintained ductwork systems. Another major consideration for the authors of the revised specification was that it should continue to offer realistic benchmarks to which all individuals and organisations are able to perform. Therefore, DW/144 now incorporates messages from the BESA publication, Acceptance Scheme for New Products: Rectangular Cross Joint Classification (DW/TM1), which establishes performance ratings for both air leakage and deflection for cross-joints. In order to validate the parameters set out in DW/144, the Association has undertaken extensive testing against recently-introduced CEN requirements to measure panel/flange deflection and air leakage testing. Testing has also been undertaken to determine the lifespan of untreated spot welds over a 30-year period. During the drafting process, the Committee consulted widely with individuals and organisations throughout the building engineering services and construction industry to ensure this revision clearly demonstrates the high level of professionalism which exists within the ductwork community.

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DUCTWORK CLEANING IS BOOMING Ventilation hygiene is enjoying a period of sustained growth because its role in fire prevention is now more widely understood, according to BESA Ventilation Hygiene Working Group chairman Richard Norman.

Commercial kitchen extract ventilation systems are being cleaned with greater regularity than ever before. Better and more regular fire risk assessments and improved understanding of the danger posed by poorly maintained extract systems means more commercial kitchen operators are taking this issue seriously.

Richard Norman Indepth Hygiene Managing Director

The demand for professional ventilation hygiene services is at an all-time high and clients are shortening the periods in between cleaning visits. In some very busy commercial kitchens, the grease extract ventilation is being cleaned every two weeks. However, while the level of professionalism across the industry is also improving, too many cleans are still not being carried out properly. Every ventilation hygiene company should be asking: Does my work comply with industry best practice? Is the system fully clean? Are clients being provided with compliant work supported by proper postclean reports? Anything less is dishonest because it is taking money under false pretences and immoral because an incomplete extract clean leaves building occupants exposed to greater fire risk.

Schematics Post-clean reports are becoming increasingly sophisticated and should all include system schematics and photographs to clearly show clients the pre and post-clean condition of their system. The availability of wearable technologies and digital cameras means full and detailed system assessments are easy to do. Over half of all fires attended by fire fighters in the UK involve cooking equipment in restaurants, canteens, hotel kitchens and fast food outlets. The potential for accidents in these fast paced, highly pressurised environments involving flammable cooking oil, naked flames and heat sources is clear. As a result, this is an area of high priority for insurance companies. According to a study by the fire and security organisation IFSEC, around a quarter of the estimated 24,000 accidental fires in nondomestic buildings each year are caused by cooking appliances. Commercial kitchens are at the highest risk and local authority environmental health officers are also becoming increasingly aware of the need to seek help from specialist building services maintenance firms to reduce fire risks.

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“Over half of all fires attended by fire fighters in the UK involve cooking equipment in restaurants, canteens, hotel kitchens and fast food outlets. The potential for accidents in these fast paced, highly pressurised environments involving flammable cooking oil, naked flames and heat sources is clear.”

Extract systems in kitchens can be a source of high fire risk if they are not kept clear of grease and other residues. According to the London Fire Brigade, there are 10 serious fires in the capital every week started by kitchen appliances and, in a large number; the damage is made more serious because the fire spreads to other parts of the building through dirty ventilation ductwork. Since the introduction of the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order (RRO) 10 years ago, building owners and managers have faced far more stringent requirements to carry out fire risk assessments and manage those risks effectively. As a result, ductwork cleaning has become a much more dynamic process with regular reviews of cleaning programmes and regular monitoring of contamination levels particularly in very busy kitchens. After every clean, part of the reporting process should be to review the frequency of cleans – up or down – to make sure the process meets the safety requirements costeffectively; and takes the type of cooking and its associated risks into account. The average contamination threshold across the system that should trigger a clean is 200 microns of accumulated grease or dirt deposits.

It is important, therefore, that systems are regularly checked and the build-up of contaminants measured. Most professional ventilation hygiene firms will offer to evaluate the system and make a recommendation about the frequency of cleaning. It is up to the client whether they accept this advice, but it should be taken into account in any fire risk assessment – and insurers are increasingly interested in this kind of technical detail. Most commercial kitchens insist that their contractors meet the standards imposed by the ventilation hygiene industry’s Guide to Good Practice: ‘Internal Cleanliness of Ventilation Systems’ (TR/19), which is published and updated by BESA.

Updated Since it first appeared in 1998, TR/19 has been widely accepted within the building engineering services sector and by insurers as the standard to which ventilation systems should be cleaned – it was thoroughly revised and updated in 2013. The updated TR/19 (2nd edition) provides clarity about when and to what standard grease extract systems should be cleaned, and provides a detailed explanation (in the absence of micron measurements) of the frequency of cleaning required based on the type of cooking and the hours of kitchen usage. Having an accurate micron measurement is the best method for establishing a cleaning regime tailored to the establishment in question and this can be established after an initial clean and then a follow up visit to monitor how quickly grease is building up.

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“Most commercial kitchens insist that their contractors meet the standards imposed by the ventilation hygiene industry’s Guide to Good Practice: ‘Internal Cleanliness of Ventilation Systems’ (TR/19), which is published and updated BESA.”

This will also help building owners to meet their obligations under the Regulatory Reform (fire safety) Order 2005 and stay on the right side of fire officers who have the power to close down a building if they are not satisfied that the extract systems are safe. It is also absolutely not acceptable to use wording such as: “All accessible areas were cleaned” in post-clean reports. This is not compliant with TR/19. It might be that no part of the system is ‘accessible’ in the strictest sense of the word and there are some disreputable firms, who are providing only superficial cleaning (and sometimes no cleaning at all), but trying to claim their activities are compliant with TR/19. To comply with the RRO and TR/19, a postclean report should include an executive summary page that highlights the key risks along with a full system schematic and photographs showing the condition of the duct before and after cleaning.

According to TR/19, if an area is not accessible you have to make it accessible by fitting access panels or using equipment that can reach into all areas. If this is really not possible, then you have to clearly explain this to the client and provide a suggested course of remedial action. The post-clean report should contain a schematic that clearly shows where the system has been cleaned and where not – with reasons. The good news is that we are seeing more compliant cleans being carried out since action on accessibility was clarified by BESA this year. Many organisations, including some major hotel and restaurant chains, are now addressing the poor standard of ventilation hygiene service they had been receiving and, as a result, the risk of fire in these premises is falling significantly. Copies of TR19 Edition 2 (2013) can be purchased online at: www.besapublications.com.

The report must also provide a clear ‘yes’ or ‘no’ as to whether the system was cleaned in its entirety. If the answer is ‘no, then a reason must be given and a solution suggested. The report should also include other hazards that have been identified and micron readings for the parts of the system tested leading to a mean (average) micron reading for the complete system. The current cleaning frequency should also be recorded and if the hygiene company believes a higher frequency of cleaning is needed, based on the micron readings, then that should be clearly indicated to the end client.

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TIME TO GET TOUGH ON KITCHEN HEALTH Kitchen extract ventilation should be re-classified as Local Exhaust Ventilation (LEV) to protect catering staff from growing threats to their health, according to the BESA Ventilation Hygiene working group.

An increase in deadly carbon monoxide fumes from solid fuel cookers, barbecues and pizza ovens is putting commercial kitchen staff at risk and the new fashion for placing layers of ‘volcanic rock’ on top of traditional gas grills is creating a new source of harmful emissions, including greatly increasing the amount of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) detected in the air.

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Re-classifying kitchen extract systems as LEVs would mean they were subject to more stringent regulation and inspection leading to more regular cleaning and maintenance to improve their ability to remove harmful breathable fumes and organic compounds from the air.

“Engineering control (local exhaust ventilation) is the recommended approach”, adds SR27, which includes the statement that “some substances in cooking fumes can cause cancer”.

There are almost 13,000 deaths each year from occupational lung disease and cancer caused by past exposure to chemicals and dust at work according to the Health & Safety Executive (HSE). The ventilation hygiene industry’s current best practice guidance already recommends that kitchen extract systems are regularly checked and cleaned, but commercial kitchen owners and operators would face greater scrutiny and legal pressure if their systems were re-classified to fall in line with other industrial processes like factories; welding shops; spray paint booths and woodworking facilities.

The HSE service and retail control guidance sheet SR27 ‘Controlling Cooking Fumes’ recommends that kitchen extract systems are thoroughly examined and tested at least every 14 months by a “competent ventilation engineer” to comply with COSHH (Control of Substances Hazardous to Health) Regulations.

This requirement is also stated in the HSE’s guidance HSG54, which covers the maintenance, examination and testing of LEVs. The HSE also recommends that regular cleaning is carried out in line with best practice outlined in BESA guidance documents TR/19 and DW172. Currently, 45,000 systems are classified as LEVs across the UK, but BESA points out there are more than 500,000 commercial catering establishments – all of which should have some form of grease extract ventilation playing a key role in protecting workers’ health and reducing the risk of fire.

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“There is no grey area with LEVs: It is the law that these are tested every 14 months and this could be transformational for ventilation hygiene. Employers have a duty of care – clearly stated under the COSHH regulations – to any staff exposed to cooking fumes, which could be carcinogenic.”

“Many of these kitchens are now, effectively, cooking with solid fuel because they place charcoal on top of their gas-fired cookers in order to produce the increasingly fashionable chargrill flavour,” said BESA technical consultant Paul Downing. “As a result, cooks and other kitchen workers are being exposed to potentially high levels of carbon monoxide and other airborne particulates harmful to health. “While industry best practice already highlights the importance of cleaning and maintaining these systems so they continue to work effectively; re-classifying them as LEVs would send a powerful message about their crucial health and safety role as well as subjecting their owners to much closer scrutiny and inspection,” added Mr Downing, who is also a member of the BESA ventilation hygiene working group.

The HSE has considerable powers to prosecute business owners, who either do not install a suitable LEV in their place of work or do not maintain it properly. Almost 14,000 ‘enforcement notices’ were issued and 551 cases prosecuted by the HSE across England and Wales in 2013/2014 for inadequate ventilation strategies. “These numbers are the tip of a very large iceberg,” said Tim Rook, technical director of BESA. “There are thousands of commercial cooking premises that do not have a proper ventilation strategy in place and whose only means of diluting contaminated air is simply to open a window. Workers in these kitchens are at just as much risk as those in commercial premises already subject to HSE inspection and prosecution under LEV regulations. “It’s time to get tough on kitchens,” said Mr Rook.

“There is no grey area with LEVs: It is the law that these are tested every 14 months and this could be transformational for ventilation hygiene. Employers have a duty of care – clearly stated under the COSHH regulations – to any staff exposed to cooking fumes, which could be carcinogenic.” The HSE states that there should be five to 10 air changes per hour in cooking areas and, as well as testing and maintaining the systems, properly qualified contractors should check to make sure the ventilation system as a whole is working properly and measure the quality of the make-up air used to ventilate the space.

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IS YOUR LEV TEAM ‘COMPETENT’? Incorrectly installing or using an LEV (Local Exhaust Ventilation) system can create serious health problems, which is why the industry is taking the issue of professional competence so seriously, says Adrian Sims of Vent-Tech.

According to the Health & Safety Executive (HSE), anyone who designs, selects, checks and maintains an LEV system and/or carries out a thorough examination and test of a system must be ‘competent’.

Adrian Sims

Vent-Tech Managing Director www.vent-tech.co.uk

This would seem an obvious statement, but there needs to be more clarity about what can be defined as ‘competence’ in this important health and safety area.

The HSE suggests that it is now commonplace for companies to buy an LEV to protect workers’ health, but in many cases it just doesn’t work (HSE INDG408 Clearing the Air). This may be because it is the wrong type or because it is not properly installed, used or maintained – i.e. the people installing, using or testing it are not doing so competently. When companies get their LEV wrong this can cost lives.

BESA has set up an LEV sub-group inside its existing specialist Ventilation Group for this very purpose and there are already a number of steps companies can take to ensure anyone carrying out LEV work is ‘competent’ in line with HSE requirements.

It is a legal requirement for companies to have correctly functioning LEV. With the new Health and Safety Offences guidelines introduced in February this year, the penalties for companies harming their employees have increased hugely – for example:

Competency within LEV is defined by the HSE as having the knowledge, skills and experience to do the job properly. Whilst experience can be gained over time in the industry, the knowledge and skills required are specialist and require training – and the HSE website directs people to the BOHS (British Occupational Hygiene Society) training courses as a way of gaining this knowledge.

• A starting point of £4 million fines for

some of the most serious offences (harm category 1) committed by larger companies with a turnover of £50 million or more.

• A starting point of £250,000 for a harm

category 1 offence for smaller companies with a turnover of less than £2 million. As these fines start to be imposed for LEV failings, it’s only a matter of time before these companies will try to regain these costs from their LEV suppliers.

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“Competency within LEV is defined by the HSE as having the knowledge, skills and experience to do the job properly. Whilst experience can be gained over time in the industry, the knowledge and skills required are specialist and require training.”

This is compounded by the fact that from August 2016 insurance companies were no longer liable to help with compensation claims if the LEV and/or its documentation was proved in a court to be sub-standard. This is likely to mean that any company who cannot claim from their insurance company in the future will be more likely to look at where their LEV installation or testing was done and ask those companies to prove their competence.

So…how can your team ‘prove’ they are competent? As previously mentioned, competence is a mixture of knowledge, skills and experience, so this is what individuals undertaking LEV testing, servicing or installation must demonstrate if they find themselves in a situation where they are challenged to prove it. This would involve producing evidence of qualifications (certificates etc.) and previous experience. This is a reactive approach; and it would be preferable if companies undertaking LEV

work took a more proactive approach. To that end, the Institute of LEV Engineers (ILEVE) has come up with a way to do this with their Competency Card. Individuals are assessed in five LEV related disciplines, Occupational Hygiene, Design, Installation Management, Commissioning, and Thorough Examination and Testing. A pass in any category is only achieved with appropriate experience, technical knowledge, qualifications and submitted evidence. Vent-Tech believes the introduction of this competency card is extremely positive. As these cards become more commonplace they will provide peace of mind to companies that their LEV systems are being tested and maintained by reputable contractors – just as membership of the Gas Safe register offers reassurance to people hiring gas engineers). For more details about the LEV competency card and how to apply for it, please see http:// www.cibse.org/institute-of-local-exhaustventilation-engineers-i/competency-card

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“If your staff are testing or managing LEV systems, these courses can help them ensure that they are adhering to best practice, and in combination with relevant experience could be used to prove competence.”

What training is available? The British Occupational Hygiene Society (BOHS) has designed a series of courses covering different aspects of LEV and the HSE recognises these courses and directs people looking for training to their site. The courses include: P601 - Thorough Examination and Testing of Local Exhaust Ventilation Systems P602 - Basic Design Principles of Local Exhaust Ventilation Systems P603 - Control of Hazardous Substances Personal Protective Equipment P604 - Performance Evaluation and Management of Local Exhaust Ventilation Systems Certificate of Competence (Control) – this is the highest qualification available and is open to those who hold P601, P602, P603, P604 together with W201 (Basic Principles of Occupational Hygiene) and who submit a report and sit an oral examination. There is also a new P600 course being introduced which may be available by the time of publication and which will be an introductory course for LEV.

If your staff are testing or managing LEV systems, these courses can help them ensure that they are adhering to best practice, and in combination with relevant experience could be used to prove competence. While the courses are developed by the BOHS, they are run by external BOHS Approved Training Providers – and at Vent-Tech we are pleased to be able to currently offer all the above courses and subsequent mentoring at our in-house training facility in Bristol or onsite at our clients’ offices. If your employees are undertaking LEV work, it is becoming increasingly important that they are able to prove that they are ‘competent’ and it will only become more so. Whilst experience in the field is obviously very important, if they don’t currently hold any of the BOHS qualifications, how can you be certain that they are adhering to best practices? For the sake of your company and the health of the employees at the companies where you are carrying out LEV work, please do make sure your staff are qualified to the necessary standards. * Adrian Sims CEng. BSc. (Hons) CoC (Control) MFOH(S) MILEVE MIPlantE is managing director of Vent-Tech Ltd. www.vent-tech.co.uk

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BESA SCOTLAND CHAIR PUTS SAFETY FIRST

Improving indoor air quality (IAQ) and reducing fire risks through professional ductwork cleaning are top priorities for the chair of BESA Scotland Simone Hart Sibbald.

The managing director of Stirling-based Perfect Service Solutions (PSS) also plans to work on improving the safety of operatives by impressing on the construction industry the importance of making sure building ventilation systems are built with ease of access for maintenance in mind.

Simone Hart Sibbald Chair of BESA Scotland

www.perfectservicesolutions.co.uk

“It is essential that building ventilation systems are constructed to ensure filters and other parts requiring cleaning or replacement are readily accessible,” said Simone. “There is a real need to make sure ducting is not dangerous for our members to access as they go about their work.” She described her new role as “a great privilege and responsibility” and said she intends to be “a strong advocate” for all BESA members in Scotland during her time in office. Her company, which employs 30 staff and provides specialist deep cleaning services and ventilation solutions for the food and FM sectors, joined the BESA (then the HVCA) in 2007. Simone, who was vice-chair of BESA Scotland from 2014 to 2016, believes her involvement with the Association has helped her own personal development. “As I’m not from an engineering background, it has really added depth to my knowledge and understanding of the sector,” she said.

Ten-year-old PSS had a headline capturing year in 2016 having also been shortlisted for SME of the Year by Business Women Scotland and being named Best Small Business in the third annual Forth Valley Chamber of Commerce Awards. It all seems a very long way from Simone’s entry into business at the tender age of 14 when she began working in administration and sales support for her father’s industrial cleaning company. After three decades of “challenging, but always interesting times”, she now heads up a company with a strong professional reputation servicing some major private sector clients including Sodexo, Babcock Marine and Bannatynes, as well as a number of public sector organisations. PSS is on the ‘High Growth Pipeline’ supported by Scottish Enterprise and earlier this year Simone graduated from the Growth Advantage Programme (GAP) developed by the Hunter Centre for Entrepreneurship at Strathclyde Business School. She was among a cohort of 20 entrepreneurs taking part in the 10-month programme designed for managing directors and chief executives of businesses with a yearly turnover of £500,000 or more. The first of its kind in Scotland, it combines research-based ‘useful learning’, delivered by the School’s academics, with insight from influential Scottish entrepreneurs including Sir Tom Hunter.

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GETTING AIR TO BEHAVE ITSELF Luke Bigg from Waterloo Air Products explains how to make sure air travels in the right direction for the health and productivity of building users.

Air is incredibly fickle. Left to its own devices, it will flow in all directions in random, chaotic movements. Yet it’s also affected by a huge number of external forces, such as temperature or the shape of a room.

Luke Bigg

Waterloo Air Products www.waterloo.co.uk

This can present a problem in environments where air flow is especially important. Consultants are often challenged by clients about carefully controlling the direction in which air travels, to make sure that the people working in a room can do their job to the best of their ability. Think about an operating theatre. A good air flow is essential to keep fresh oxygen circulating so that the surgeon and their team can stay alert, but it also needs to be calm and unobtrusive. Too fast and it creates the risk of turbulence. Too loud and it provides a distraction. On top of that, where does the air ultimately have to go? In a clinical environment, contaminants can be deadly, so there needs to be an upward air flow to move any dust or particles away from the patient.

It’s vital that architects and contractors know what needs to be done upfront. The science of air movement is about making decisions before the theatre is even used, to create exactly the right conditions where the movement of air is managed to get the best results.

Simple At first glance, the products used to achieve this control are incredible simple – grilles, diffusers or louvres. Behind each one, however, is a highly complex design and development process, generally tailored to the precise conditions of the specific room. Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) are used to calculate the speed, direction and volume of air required. Fractional differences in the design of an air terminal device will affect how the air performs, so it’s a rigorous process to determine what works best. Even then, the calculations cannot be left to chance. Waterloo has two test labs on site to validate the theoretical data by assessing air patterns, velocity temperature, room size and shape and noise.

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“It’s vital that architects and contractors know what needs to be done upfront. The science of air movement is about making decisions before the theatre is even used, to create exactly the right conditions where the movement of air is managed to get the best results.”

This level of detail in development and testing really pays off. Waterloo recently supplied 10,000 air distribution products to a London laboratory, where it is essential that scientists have ideal working conditions. There were strict criteria for the varying levels of temperature and humidity for the different working environments – but what all of the labs have in common is a need for air tightness to prevent contamination and consistent air flow ensure comfortable working environments for all personnel. A displacement ventilation system was used to create a zone of cool fresh air for people’s comfort. By introducing low velocity cool air at a low level, any heat generated in the room, either by a person, lighting or equipment, is forced to rise and is extracted at ceiling level. All contaminants produced in the lab are carried upwards and out by the calculated air flow, protecting the integrity of the research.

We are working on a project to improve the efficiency of cold air distribution in chilled food factories. The research seeks to develop more localised cooling in the areas specifically involved in processing activities, without the wholesale replacement of existing refrigeration equipment. Once the most appropriate solution has been identified, the system will be developed, manufactured and implemented in a pilot site. By delivering cooling exactly where it is needed, the project could revolutionise the food industry – not only in terms of reducing energy costs and emissions, but to improve the shelf life of chilled foods. What’s clear is that, with the right push, air can be guided to exactly where it is needed. As specialists in air distribution, it’s our job to deliver that guidance through research, testing and expert manufacture.

It isn’t only in healthcare where the right airflow is vital to preventing contamination. Similar risks exist in food manufacturing, where there is also the need to overcome energy wastage and minimise carbon emissions. Strict temperature control must keep factories cooled to meet food safety and quality requirements. As factories are designed for flexibility, this often means that unoccupied space is chilled, resulting in energy wastage.

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THE HOLE TRUTH ABOUT VENTILATION Growing health concerns linked to poor indoor air quality (IAQ) and the airtightness requirements in modern building designs are not making the ventilation designerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s job any easier, says Kevin Munson.

As buildings have become progressively more airtight in order to improve energy efficiency, the need to dilute indoor air and provide the necessary number of air changes to keep occupants healthy has become a more exacting science.

Kevin Munson NACO

Managing Director

Building services engineers have tended to focus on increasing the quantity of air in the space to dilute contaminants, reduce stuffiness and manage the relative humidity (RH). However, the presence of increased levels of outside air pollution has made this a trickier balancing act. Designers must now take into account a dizzying array of factors when deciding what approach to take including: energy efficiency; IAQ; aesthetics; the presence and type of contaminants; the impact of potential noise pollution; weather effects; and security. All this in tandem with a sealed building envelope means there is a lot more to designing ventilation intakes and the weather louvres that protect them than simply calculating aerodynamic performance and keeping out the rain.

Success Avoiding unintentional openings in the building envelope is essential to reduce heat losses, but equally important, therefore, is the role of purpose provided openings (PPOs), which are critical to the success of any type of ventilation system. Whether mechanical, natural or mixed-mode; in the end every ventilation system relies on the PPOs to exhaust stale air to the outside of the building and introduce fresh air into the inside of the building. With all the factors currently impacting on ventilation performance, there will have to be a lot more attention paid to the position and nature of these vital â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;holesâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; and how they are protected and supported by louvres. Our Building Regulations have traditionally focussed on progressive improvement of fabric insulation through better insulation and airtightness. Ultra-low infiltration rates are, therefore, crucial when it comes to meeting energy efficiency standards and in achieving BREEAM points.

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“If your structure is not ‘leaky’ you can better measure ventilation rates and design the system more accurately, but you must also correctly size and position PPOs in order to achieve acceptable IAQ. Positioning a PPO is not a random exercise.” However, if you ‘build tight you must ventilate right’ in order to avoid suffocating the occupants and increasing condensation and mould problems. Higher rates of asthma and other respiratory conditions have been reported in many modern housing developments, often as a result of the ventilation failing to adequately compensate for the heavily insulated structure – either through misapplication; poor design or inexpert operation. Indoor air quality (IAQ) is increasingly vexing building designers and operators against this tightly engineered backdrop. If your structure is not ‘leaky’ you can better measure ventilation rates and design the system more accurately, but you must also correctly size and position PPOs in order to achieve acceptable IAQ. Positioning a PPO is not a random exercise. To demonstrate acceptable air permeability, new buildings that are not dwellings must be subject to pressure testing unless <500m2 total useful floor area or a default value of 15m3/ (h.m2)@50Pa is used to calculate the buildings emission rate (BER). The maximum permitted air permeability is 10m3/(h.m2)@50Pa.

Traditionally, designers have focused on air quantity (not quality) with prescribed ventilation rates such as one air change per hour or up to 10 litres per second per person. However, this approach does not take into account the type or effectiveness of the ventilation system. Designers have come to realise that the problem is not one of ventilation rates, but of pollution levels – ventilation is just one part of the solution and it is current practice to use CO2 levels as a general indicator of IAQ. The current furore around the quality of outside air with the UK embroiled in a legal challenge from the European Union over our pollution rates and 10 British cities found to be exceeding World Health Organisation (WHO) limits for air toxicity puts our efforts to protect building occupants in a significant context.

Hazardous The presence of odours, traffic fumes, particulates, pollen, products of combustion, which can be seriously (and invisibly) hazardous to health can be minimised by carefully siting air intakes; minimising face velocities; the use of appropriate filtration and the siting exhausts to avoid re-entry of contaminants. Simply increasing ventilation rates will not, necessarily, solve the problem and it may drive up energy costs. The design of the building can, however, compromise a designer’s best efforts. For example, aesthetic considerations may dictate that PPOs are not positioned in the most advantageous place and openings are smaller than desired so creating higher air velocities that can lead to draughts and unbalanced ventilation across the building. Terminations may also need to be hidden or disguised and the designer may need to consider particular specialised finishes to ensure louvres are in keeping with the appearance of the building.

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Engineers must also take prevailing weather conditions into account to ensure protection from wind and rain and correctly specified louvres are crucial to this aspect of the system. The potential for noise pollution is also a key consideration that requires sensible location of intakes. Lowering air speeds inside ducts through careful design will also reduce ambient noise, but the team may consider whether sound attenuation is also required. In order to achieve a successful ventilation strategy while also reducing energy usage, the engineering team should look to minimise cooling loads wherever possible. This requires siting air intakes away from objects or surfaces that may become hot and positioning them in shaded areas wherever possible. They should maintain separation between intakes and exhausts; and enhance summertime ventilation rates to achieve as much ‘free cooling’ as possible – including the use of night-time cooling. While some ventilation systems are specifically wind driven, all systems can be impacted by wind effects so the engineering team should consider the building’s orientation and, therefore, wind exposure and the potential for wind driven rain (or sand). They should also be aware of pressure differences between elevations. Security is another issue that is bound to concern building users and obvious precautions like the size of openings and the position of low level intakes used with night cooling require particular attention. Louvres are commonly used to treat PPOs and allow the passage of air into or from an air distribution system or part of a building whilst restricting the entry of rain. A wide range of designs and finishes are available to suit most applications, which means they can support an architect’s vision for how a building should look while also allowing a good level of flexibility for the ventilation designer.

Weather louvres are primarily designed to permit airflow and good aerodynamic performance can reduce energy consumption, but if insect screens are in place this can reduce airflow by up to 20%.

Contaminants Care should be taken when designing plenums and duct transitions to ensure that the volume of intake air is evenly distributed over the whole of the inlet area and localised excessive face velocities are avoided to reduce the risk of entraining contaminants. For best results; louvres should be sized to operate at a low and even air speed preferably at <1m/s as over-sizing risks pushing up the capital cost; compromising the aesthetics; and leading to greater heat losses. Under-sizing can, equally, lead to other disadvantages such as greater rain penetration; entrainment of pollutants; higher energy consumption; and noise/vibration. However, specifiers should also ensure that products under consideration have been tested to BS EN 13030:2001 Ventilation for Buildings. Terminals. Performance testing of louvres subjected to simulated rain. The standard test involves a 1m2 sample louvre subjected to simulated wind at 13m/s (30mph) and rainfall in the shape of water sprayed at a rate of 75l/hr. Further specific guidance for good practice is detailed in BS EN 13779 (2007): Ventilation for non-residential buildings – performance requirements for ventilation and roomconditioning systems. BSRIA’s Weather Louvre Specification Guide (BG 36/2012) also gives comprehensive advice. sales@naco.co.uk

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UK VENTILATION CONTRACTOR TAKES LEADING ROLE IN CHERNOBYL CLEAN UP 30 years ago a shroud of radioactive dust spread across Northern Europe following a catastrophic explosion at the Chernobyl nuclear reactor in the Ukraine. Today one of the world’s largest and most complex engineering projects is underway to finally make the reactor safe and make full decommissioning of the plant possible.

Over 2,000 people from 21 different nationalities worked to build a 110 metre high arch – large enough to contain St Paul’s Cathedral – that was slid on gigantic rails into position over the reactor; sealing it so that decommissioning work could be carried out. The arch was engineered to ensure there is no release of radioactive materials from the site for at least 100 years. Leading specialist ventilation and ductwork contractor Hargreaves is playing a crucial role in the €2.5 billion project, which is funded by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (ERBD) with contributions from a number of countries worldwide, including £81m from the UK. It is a joint venture between VINCI Construction Grands Projets and Bouygues Travaux Publics. Hargreaves, which was founded in Lancashire by Henry Hargreaves in 1872, is the only UK sub-contractor on the project. It is supplying over 6,000 metres of high integrity ductwork as part of a complete bespoke ventilation and containment solution that includes consultation, detailed design, manufacture and engineering services, as well as managing the procurement process via a multi-million pound contract with Novarka.

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Corrosion Construction of the arch began seven years ago and it consists of a steel frame with internal and external stainless steel cladding. The structure, which is 110m high; 110m long; and 265m wide, must be totally sealed to contain the radiation, but also requires close control of the relative humidity (RH) inside the annular space to guard against corrosion. This is particularly challenging because the ambient temperatures in the Chernobyl area range from minus 40degC in the deep winter to plus 40 during the summer. The RH must be kept at a constant level to protect the structure in between the two layers of cladding on either side of the structural steelwork. The area is also subject to tornadoes and other extreme weather events so all the equipment must be able to withstand seismic disruption. In order to contain all the radioactive dust particles within the arch, the engineers created a negative pressure environment and will draw outside air in through ‘safe change’ filters specifically designed for the nuclear industry to allow for maintenance in a hazardous environment.


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“In order to contain all the radioactive dust particles within the arch, the engineers created a negative pressure environment and will draw outside air in through ‘safe change’ filters specifically designed for the nuclear industry.” Hargreaves provided all the ventilation ductwork, dampers, fans and specialist filters and the complete design was carried out at the company’s headquarters in Bury, Greater Manchester. The overall design for the project was already in place, but the Hargreaves team then had to engineer the specialist components to integrate with the general scheme. Hargreaves had a team of 12 engineers on site working with local contractors. Two 100 tonne cranes were installed in the roof of the arch and these will be operated remotely to carry out the decommissioning work. “The Hargreaves HVAC system will play a vital role in supporting radiological contamination by immediately reducing the potential for the spread of hazardous dust particles,” says managing director Tim Hopkinson. “Hargreaves is helping to make Chernobyl safe for future generations.” Mr Hopkinson, who is also president-elect of BESA, explains that nuclear projects represent around 60% of Hargreaves total workload – both new build and decommissioning. “HVAC is a vital part of any nuclear decommissioning project in order to ensure safe containment,” he adds. “We have developed considerable experience in this specialist area.” The company also carries out other types of safety critical work including ventilation in the tunnels under construction for the major transport infrastructure project Crossrail and Mr Hopkinson believes it is important to show young people, in particular, that UK engineering firms are world leaders in major, high profile and international projects.

Exciting “The industry has a huge challenge to recruit the skills it will need in the future – particularly as technology is changing so rapidly,” he says. “We need to make sure the next generation is aware that this industry is not a ‘dirty trade’, but something that will provide them with a fantastic career path and involve them in work that is exciting and entertaining, but also really challenging.” Hargreaves employs over 420 people, “but we need more and it is proving extremely difficult to recruit the right skills in engineering,” says Mr Hopkinson. “Encouraging school children to aspire to an engineering career is vital”, he says, and Hargreaves runs a thriving programme with three local schools, which involves a series of competitive challenges and practical experiences. “It includes giving children a taste of a working environment, but also includes the use of “entertaining stuff like 3D BIM and virtual reality so they can visit a virtual construction site in the office at the age of 13 just when they are thinking about whether to choose STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) subjects at GCSE”. “We make sure the kids have a great time when they visit us,” he adds. The ‘Engineering Young Talent Programme’ has brought Hargreaves the prestigious H&V News Training Initiative of the Year award for two consecutive years. Hargreaves also provides interview training to the students and supports them through college. It has directly recruited several apprentices from the schools involved in its challenge scheme and wants to expand the programme again to involve more local schools. “Thanks to support from BESA, we also have a GCSE in engineering and construction in Greater Manchester with funding secured through the Association,” explains Mr Hopkinson. So from Chernobyl to Crossrail and all points in between, the building engineering services industry has much to offer, according to Mr Hopkinson. The challenge is to make sure the wider public knows about it and members of the new engineering generation are inspired to play their part. www.mw-hargreaves.net

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FOCUS TURNED TO FM WHEN GOVERNMENT DROPPED SUBSIDIES BESA Publications’ chief executive Bruce Kirton explains why the government’s decision to reduce subsidies for renewables could be good news for facilities managers.

It was no surprise when the government reined back on subsidies for renewables following the General Election result in 2015. It was the end for the zero carbon buildings policy and the Green Deal; and solar, wind and biomass projects saw their financial support cut substantially. All of which marked a major change for the building engineering services industry.

Bruce Kirton

BESA Publications’ Chief Executive

However, it is a change that we were well prepared for and, in a lot of cases, had been calling for. The need to focus on practical, low cost measures that can be applied to most of our existing building stock has been emphasised time and again by building services firms as the best way to cut energy costs and reduce carbon emissions. Many renewable subsidies distorted the market, confused the planning process and led to inappropriate technology choices that delivered disappointing results and actually added to the country’s carbon burden. While the government’s tactics might not have been universally popular, they did at least give clarity and a clear direction to the industry.

Dwarfed For buildings, this new subsidy free environment will, inevitably, put the emphasis on complete lifecycle cost. This has always dwarfed the initial cost of constructing a building, but the focus of subsidies and, therefore, too much engineering effort, was on the design and handover of projects with too little thought given to long-term performance. That all changes now. The 10-80-10 rule (i.e. where 10% of a building’s total cost is accounted for in construction; 10% in decommissioning at the end of its life; and the vast majority in its operational phase) holds true for most buildings and emphasises the importance of focussing on ensuring building services function well throughout a building’s useful life. Keeping occupants happy, healthy and productive has to be the main preoccupation of any building engineer because that is where the operational value lies. However, in too many cases a ‘performance gap’ opens up due to poor understanding of how the building was to be operated and used – often exacerbated by the use of inappropriate or over-complex systems.

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“The perennial problem FMs face is that clients rarely think about whether they can afford to run a building – they just decide if they can afford to build it.”

Heating, ventilation, lighting and air conditioning are critical to providing the necessary conditions for occupants to thrive in their indoor environment. Now, with green subsidies playing less of a part and in order to be truly self-sufficient and business focussed, managers of commercial buildings will have to rely on the best and most costeffective methods for keeping their built assets functioning well. The perennial problem FMs face is that clients rarely think about whether they can afford to run a building – they just decide if they can afford to build it. They do not obsess about internal conditions, like temperature and humidity, the way building engineers do – they take all that for granted. Occupant discomfort is often linked to poor energy performance. If the heating and cooling is poorly balanced, people at one end of the office will have totally different conditions to those at the other. You will then have some people opening windows to reduce overheating and others bringing in additional heating in a bid to warm up cold spots – the dissatisfaction of the occupants will only be matched by the fury of the financial director when he sees the electricity bill. So there is a strong ‘business’ case for investment in getting services right and occupants will also be more productive as a result of having a more effectively controlled environment and service and maintenance programmes will play an increasingly important role in helping FMs maintain comfort levels, identify areas requiring improvement and meet energy efficiency goals.

Best practice guidance produced by the BESA in its SFG20 maintenance specification is now widely adopted to that end. We are seeing more and more building owners – including increasing numbers in the public sector – adopt SFG20 as a tool to establish a cost-effective strategy that closely matches user requirements to investment in planned service and maintenance. It is available as a dynamic online tool so making best practice more widely available and easier to access. As well as featuring over 500 core maintenance schedules, covering 66 equipment types, SFG20 also gives users the opportunity to customise maintenance schedules, including service times, frequency and criticality ratings. SFG20 is also aligned with rapidly emerging digital working methods and is constantly updated to capture evolving service and maintenance techniques. Many building users have recorded savings of up to 20% in their running costs by adopting SFG20 and embedding its measures into their building management processes. It is also helping building owners to understand what technologies are appropriate and realistic for their building and, without the distraction created by subsidies, that argument just became a lot simpler. Find out more about how SFG20 can help streamline your maintenance costs and improve the efficiency of buildings visit www.sfg20.co.uk.

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SFG20 TO EMBRACE DIGITAL AGE SFG20 is a long-established source of guidance to facilities managers and building operators. It has been widely adopted by government departments, schools, prisons and commercial offices that use it to manage planned maintenance programmes and comply with legislation.

It is available as a dynamic online tool making service and maintenance best practice more widely available and easier to access and was recently expanded to provide comprehensive support for healthcare facilities by incorporating an HTM (Health Technical Memorandum) Function Set developed in collaboration with the Institute of Healthcare Engineering and Estate Management (IHEEM). This valuable new features was launched at the Healthcare Estates Conference late last year and is designed specifically for hospitals, NHS trusts, dentists, vets and doctors’ surgeries. Featuring over 500 core maintenance schedules, covering more than 60 equipment types, SFG20 allows users to customise maintenance schedules, including service times, frequency and criticality ratings. SFG20 is, therefore, fully aligned with rapidly emerging digital working methods and is constantly being updated to capture evolving service and maintenance techniques. Schedules display how often tasks need to be carried out to avoid over or under maintaining assets and what skill set should be used to perform the work. These are exciting – and challenging – times for the facilities management industry and a

huge amount is now achievable by combining traditional expertise with modern IT tools. Google, Apple and the like have the software and data management skills, but they need traditional engineering partners supported by tools such as SFG20 to make it all work in buildings for the long-term benefit of end users. SFG20 is helping smooth the way for the wider adoption of digital design methods, including Building Information Modelling (BIM), by helping building managers present information in a standard, usable format. Since April last year the government has required all public-sector work to be subject to the Level 2 BIM method of working, which demands that building information is developed in a collaborative 3D environment. SFG20 has been adapted so it can now accept building design information imported directly from BIM software. This means that ongoing maintenance costs can be based on the SFG20 standard from the point that initial CAD drawings are constructed which greatly improves the longterm performance of the building. SFG20 is also regularly integrated with different software solutions. This can be done on an individual basis, however, a simpler solution is to use an SFG20 ‘Approved Provider’ who can automatically load SFG20 into the user’s preferred software solution. www.sfg20.co.uk

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TRAINING IS VITAL FOR PROGRESS Training can drive any air conditioning business, says Fujitsu’s technical manager Martyn Ives.

Training is vital in any company or organisation with ambitions to progress. Workers can perform at a faster rate and with efficiency thus increasing overall productivity for the company. With our industry becoming more advanced training plays an even bigger role in keeping us all up-to-date. We all know that customers aren’t just influenced by products and services when choosing who to give their business to – it is the customer experience that comes with the products and services that has the bigger effect. In every industry there are people who believe that they do not have the time to enrol themselves or their staff on training courses, as it either costs the company money or they cannot spare the time. This can quite often be seen as false economy as it costs them and their company in the long run. Basic product knowledge is so important within any company. Demonstrating strong knowledge and expertise of your products is crucial for creating a positive customer experience and installing faith and trust within the customer. Without product knowledge, your products will be misapplied, and potentially unreliable, making them worse than worthless. Misapplied products can cost you money, and perhaps more importantly, reputation.

Installation Whether you are installing split systems, multisystems, VRF or heat pumps, it is essential you understand the equipment you are working on or pitching. This applies not only to sales representatives, but also to engineers. If you are selling a three pipe heat recovery VRF, you need to understand how the system works in order to sell to a customer and answer questions during and after the installation. Designing a system could not be easier nowadays and design training has been made simple with all the tools now at your fingertips and often self-taught. You have a vast choice when it comes to software packages, making calculating loads, designing and costing, quick and simple, without mistakes. Simple schematics are passed to the installer, preventing installation mistakes and aiding with refrigerant charge calculations to help with the likes of EN378. The need for ‘hands on training’ is realised with today’s modern systems. Industries are constantly evolving, as with most industries, including ours where the spotlight is on the efficiency and environment. However, the technology behind these products has to be explained to appreciate their benefits.


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Compare a split system form the 1990s to modern system today and you will be surprised how much technology is in these modern machines, quite often it is too much for engineers to appreciate without it being shown to them. Inverter technology is important due to the fact there are more components that require understanding in a system, and, this is where practical training ensures systems are installed, commissioned, maintained and serviced correctly, making them efficient and reliable for many years. Manufactures and suppliers have adapted to changes within our industry. Being flexible and understanding that taking time out to attend a course is not always a viable option is now recognised and accommodated. Online and training video tutorials suit all of us. Whether you are a designer, an engineer, or end-user, a simple explanation in the way of a video is usually easier than reading a manual, or even finding the manual in the first place. Companies will have sales engineers visiting customers to provide convenient training at a time that suits. Refresher training courses, and a network of nationwide training facilities, makes our customers confident in the products they are selling and installing without spending too much time off the road and away from their desk.

Finally, it should never be forgotten that this industry relies on the people working within it. Studies show that training improves employee satisfaction and motivation, and consequently staff retention. A happier, motivated, wellinformed workforce, selling and installing reliable products with confidence is priceless. The bottom line is that investing in your employees is common sense, as it is also an investment in your customers. Those companies who invest most in their workforce are able to hire, retain and develop the most effective, productive and motivated employees leading to satisfied and loyal customers. Training is crucial for building your organisationâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s reputation with your clients, and for investing in your talented people. www.fujitsu-general.com/uk/support/ training/index.html


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MANUFACTURERS & SUPPLIERS A guide to companies involved in the production and distribution of heating, ventilating and air conditioning equipment in the UK.

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IT’S HIGH TECH STUFF, BUT THE BASICS ARE KEY Malcolm Anson, President of the Building Controls Industry Association (BCIA) explains why we need to work together to ensure the basics of building services are right before clients are distracted by the bright lights of high-tech solutions.

Members of the BCIA are very much at the forefront of ‘smart building’ technology. The potential impact of developments such as the Internet of Things (IoT) in which connectivity will bring new levels of understanding about building performance has been recognised by manufacturers and systems specialists alike.

Malcolm Anson

President of the Building Controls Industry Association (BCIA)

Technology like this offers many benefits to building owners – it puts data where it’s needed (from desktop PCs to laptops and smart phones); it can also filter information according to the types of user (engineer; FM; store manager) so that it can be acted on accordingly. Today’s building controls can achieve an astounding range of functions that support energy efficiency and long-term operational effectiveness. But there is one fly in the ointment: we are still getting the basics wrong. Dr Kerry Mashford of the National Energy Foundation (NEF) wrote last year about results of studies into why buildings don’t perform as intended. Her findings are disappointing for building services. Time and again, the same fundamentals of good design and good installation practice are overlooked, leading to poor building performance and overconsumption of energy

Value Often, as members of BESA and the BCIA know only too well, these errors and rushed finishing are down to ‘value engineering’ and a lack of time for commissioning and reviewing software routines at the end of a project. The building services sector still seems to be at the brunt of ‘value engineering’ as clients seek to save money on building services at the outset of a project. Yet however, much they save in capital costs, more often than not, clients get a poor quality building for their money that costs them more to operate in the long-term. The ratio 10-80-10 illustrates the costs of a building, with 10% spent on construction, 80% on operation and the final 10% on decommissioning. However, much is saved at the construction stage, the fact that buildings stand for many years means that operational costs will always be a greater percentage - so this is where our focus should be when it comes to saving money. We need to get clients to invest at the start to save even more in the future. BCIA members see building controls fall foul of value engineering time and time again, because client QS`s shave off costs at an early

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Airflow Developments Limited

Lancaster Road Cressex Business Park, High Wycombe Buckinghamshire HP12 3QP Tel: 01494 525252 Fax: 01494 461073 Email: info@airflow.com Website: www.airflow.com Airflow produce Ventilation solutions from simple Extract Fans to residential and commercial Mechanical Ventilation Systems with Heat Recovery. All equipment complies with the latest Building Regulations.

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Beehive Coils Ltd

Studlands Park Avenue Newmarket, Suffolk CB8 7AU Tel: +44 (0)1638 664134 Fax: +44 (0)1638 561542 Email: info@beehivecoils.co.uk Website: www.beehivecoils.co.uk Manufacturers of all types of CO2, evaporator, condenser, water or steam coils. Design assistance & fast lead times for bespoke or bulk supply. Brilliant. British. Beehive. Find us on Facebook

Blygold UK Ltd

Head Office: Olympic House, Unit 1A, Corinium Industrial Estate, Raans Road, Amersham, Buckinghamshire HP6 6YJ Tel: 01895 259346 Fax: 01895 259356 Northern Office: Units 2/3, Dinting Lane Industrial Estate, Dinting Lane, Glossop, North Derbyshire SK13 7NU Tel: 01457 859111 Fax: 01457 850715 Email: unitedkingdom@blygold.com Website: www.Blygold.com Blygold apply anti-corrosion Energy Saving coatings to chillers, AHUs, Air-Conditioning, Heat Pumps. The coatings can be applied to new units or existing units on site.

Britannia Kitchen Ventilation

Casaire Limited

Unit L Castle Estate, Turnpike Way, Cressex Business Park, High Wycombe, Bucks HP12 3TF Contact: kevin.knight@casaire.co.uk Mbl: 07970 851218 Contact: James.Clayton@casaire.co.uk Mbl: 07970 851219 Fax: 01494 469549 Website: www.casaire.co.uk Specialists in the design, supply, installation and commissioning of high velocity induction heating, ventilation and cooling systems for industrial and commercial applications.

Circulating Pumps Limited

10 Highdown Road Leamington Spa Warwickshire CV31 1XT Tel: 01926 463 540 Fax: 01926 463 540 Email: sales@kitchen-ventilation.co.uk Website: www.kitchen-ventilation.co.uk

21 Tuesday Market Place Kinds Lynn, Norfolk PE30 1JW Tel: 01558 815 005 Fax: 01553 815 058 Email: sales@circulatingpumps.co.uk Website: www.circulatingpumps.co.uk

Market leading specialist in commercial kitchen ventilation. Bespoke canopies, vented ceilings, recirculation units, odour control (UV) full systems, fire suppression and demand based ventilation.

Circulating Pumps Limited is a leading manufacturer of domestic circulating pumps and has over forty years experience of providing cost effective pumping solutions to domestic heating installers.

Cleanair UK Limited

Oakleigh Manor, Plum Pudding Lane, Dargate, Faversham, Kent ME13 9HB Tel: 0800 29 22 400 Email: info@cleanairuk.com Website: www.cleanairuk.com Hygiene specialists offering a comprehensive portfolio of ventilation cleaning, water treatment & environmental hygiene services to the commercial sector including ventilation system supply & install.

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“BCIA members see building controls fall foul of value engineering time and time again, because client QS`s shave off costs at an early stage of a project.”

stage of a project. Examples of this include manual room controls; reducing or omitting demand based control zones on a project; or using pre-packaged equipment that is generically controlled or cannot fully interface with the BMS, creating an inefficient system. While it may seem that the BCIA would encourage adoption of more technology, it doesn’t really help our cause if the building doesn’t function to be energy efficient or causes complaints from the occupants. Add as much IoT as you like, if the heating, natural ventilation and cooling aren’t interlocked, the system is not energy efficient, running costs are higher, and won’t stop the complaints from uncomfortable occupants. I believe that one of the most important things that organisations like BCIA and BESA can do is to educate building owners and managers about how they can ensure the building services they need to run an efficient building are actually installed. We also need to emphasise the importance of a good brief to architects and consulting engineers to ensure that a good quality specification is written and that contractors stick to that specification.

Breakdowns And the importance of getting design, installation and control right is never far from the news. Recently, BRE reported that not only is air conditioning a significant (and growing) user of energy in UK buildings, but also that the air conditioning is often left running when the building is empty at evenings and weekends.

This isn’t just a pointless and unnecessary waste of energy; it also reduces plant life and leads to more frequent breakdowns. Clients need to learn that the simple step of turning off building services equipment on a demand based principle via the building energy management system (BEMS) would save time and money. Leaving occupants to manage manually air conditioning and lighting in a space almost inevitably leads to systems being left on when not required. I am sure BESA members have similar anecdotes. The waste that results from not focusing on getting the basics right reflects badly on all professionals in the building services sector. Our products should be at the heart of comfortable, productive and efficient buildings yet so often they seem to be the cause of problems and inefficiency. It would serve us all better if we were able to get these things right at the start. I don’t think it’s an exaggeration to say that the reputation of our manufacturers and installers is at stake. As well as educating clients, the BCIA also believes that we need to work with other parts of the building services and construction sector to educate and explain what controls technology brings to the table in terms of building performance. That's why we are a supporter, along with BESA and ECA, of the Building Services Summit – the latest of which took place last November at the British Library. Together, we debated the best way forward to deliver buildings that operate as intended - and took advice from other members of the supply chain and clients. We can only tackle these issues by taking a united stand against practices that are threatening the work of professionals in our industry who really do want to do a good job. The members of BCIA and BESA are obvious partners in facing this challenge, and the BCIA looks forward to a long and valuable relationship with BESA so that both memberships are recognised for their skills and knowledge. www.bcia.co.uk

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Colsec Ltd

Hampton Lovett Industrial Estate Kidderminster Rd, Droitwich Worcestershire WR9 0NX Tel: 01905 795070 Email: sales@colsec.co.uk Website: www.colsec.co.uk All new Spares & Repairs website: www.coldroomspares.co.uk Established in 1974, Colsec Ltd are specialists in the manufacture, supply and construction of the highest quality coldrooms, freezer rooms and cold stores. Our services include in-house manufacture of insulated panels and doors, and expert installation by our own installation teams based throughout the UK. Free quotations can be requested online via our website. Colsec offer a maintenance and repair service ‘Servacool’ and a complete range of coldroom spares at our online shop www.coldroomspares.co.uk with next day delivery.

Docherty Group Head Office, Units 15/16 Colthrop Business Park, Colthrop Lane Thatcham, Berkshire RG19 4NB Tel: 01635 292 400 Fax: 01635 201 737 Email: info@docherty.co.uk Website: www.docherty.co.uk Docherty Group is the largest independent manufacturer and distributor of flue and chimney products and renewable fuel appliances in the UK. The company also offers quick manufacture of special components to suit every installation requirement. Docherty’s product offering is complemented by HETAS and BPEC approved training courses. Our guiding principles are innovation, the provision of top quality products and the delivery of outstanding customer service. It is these beliefs coupled with the technical knowledge of its staff that have driven Docherty to become one of the UK’s leading suppliers of flue, chimney and renewable heat products.

F Constant Air Systems Ltd

Unit L Castle Estate, Turnpike Way Cressex Business Park, High Wycombe Buckinghamshire HP12 3TF Tel: 01494 469529 Fax: 01494 469549 Email: admin@constantair.co.uk Website: www.constantair.co.uk CAS are one of the UK Market leaders providing offsite fully fitted out Prefabricated Weatherfproof plantrooms and skids for the Building Services Industry.

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Dravo Division Johnson and Starley

Rhosili Road Brackmills Industrial Estate Northampton Northamptonshire NN4 7LZ Tel: 01604 707022 Fax: 01604 706467 Email: dravo@johnsonandstarley.co.uk Website: www.dravo.co.uk Dravo offer an extensive range of highly efficient industrial and commercial heating equipment along with being renowned specialists for High Velocity Nozzle Distribution Systems.

ESG Pool Ventilation Ltd 25 Burrel Road, St Ives Cambridgeshire PE27 3LE Tel: 01480 492140 Fax: 01480 492026 Email: enquiries@esgpv.co.uk Website: www.esgpv.co.uk

Leading pool ventilation specialist. ESG provide the complete package from start to finish. Design, manufacture, installation, commissioning and maintenance of energy saving pool ventilation systems.

Fläkt Woods Ltd

Axial Way, Colchester, Essex CO4 5ZD Tel: 01206 222 555 Fax: 01206 222 777 Email: uksales@flaktwoods.com Website: www.flaktwoods.co.uk Fläkt Woods Limited is a leading global supplier of Air-Technology based solutions for Buildings, focusing on Air Comfort & Fire Safety.


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ENERGY STORAGE POISED FOR LIFT OFF Energy storage technology is starting to transform the way buildings operate and offers the prospect of a 100% renewable electricity system, says BESA technical director Tim Rook.

Tim Rook

BESA technical director

Some of the world’s largest and most glamorous companies are pouring money into energy storage technology with building users set to benefit from a technical revolution spearheaded by the car industry.

improved. Heating and cooling technologies in buildings are playing their part with upgraded replacement systems delivering energy savings of between 25% to 40% and payback times of five to 10 years.

At the same time, renewable power is accelerating and transforming our electricity mix and national carbon footprint. This summer Scotland met its entire electricity needs for one day from renewable power and this milestone has already been reached several times by Germany and Portugal. Latest UK government energy statistics show that renewable energy is rapidly replacing coal as the main source of electricity generation

The rapid decarbonisation of the Grid also makes a powerful argument for wider deployment of heat pumps – previously shunned by some specifiers because they use electricity as their prime energy source. Adding a reduced carbon ingredient to their inherent Coefficients of Performance (CoPs) will make an increasingly persuasive case – particularly for users who also take advantage of the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) payments heat pumps should now attract if the government follows the feedback it has received to its latest consultation.

25% of total UK electricity generation was from renewables last year, which was a 29% rate of increase compared with 2014. Wind power was responsible for almost half. Meanwhile, coal generated just 22% of the country’s electricity – down from 30% in 2014 – making 2015 the first year that renewables accounted for a larger proportion than coal.

Efficiency UK electricity demand has also dropped by 6% in the past three years as the energy efficiency of appliances and systems has

Upgrading the envelope of a building through improved thermal insulation and airtightness can deliver even higher savings – over 50% – but with longer paybacks of 24 to 28 years. However, a real step change that can dramatically cut these payback periods will be the roll out of fully integrated, whole-building solutions combining energy efficiency and renewables – augmented by energy storage.

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Flowcrete UK Ltd

The Flooring Technology Centre Booth Lane, Sandbach Cheshire CW11 3QF Tel: 01270 753 000 Fax: 01270 753 333 Email: uk@flowcrete.com Website: www.flowcrete.co.uk Flowcrete UK has developed the Floorzone solution to provide every element of a floor build-up, including high performance screed, under floor heating and resin finish.

402 Merlin Park, Ringtail Road Burscough, Lancashire L40 8JY Tel: 01704 896012 Fax: 01704 894019 Email: info@frese.co.uk Website: www.frese.so.uk Manufacturer and supplier of pressure independent flow and temperature control valves, heat interface units and associated equipment for hydronic heating, cooling and hot water systems.

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Foam Techniques Ltd

39 Booth Drive Park Farm South, Wellingborough Northamptonshire NN8 6GR Tel: (0)1933 400096 Fax: (0)1933 400095 Email: nblythe@foamtechniques.co.uk Website: www.foamtechniques.co.uk Leading manufacturer of acoustic and thermal insulation. Products may be purchased in sheets/rolls or as cut parts to your design and supplied in kits.

Clifton Rd, Blackpool Lancashire FY4 4QT Tel: 01253 766911 Email: sales@gilbertsblackpool.com Website: www.gilbertsblackpool.com Leading designer and manufacturer of Air Distribution and Natural Ventilation solutions: Product Range • Air Grilles & Diffusers • External & Architectural Louvres • Natural Ventilation Systems • Smoke & Fire Dampers Natural Ventilation ‘Mistrale’ expands on our vision to provide the best in modern, energy efficient air distribution solutions. A complete series of designs incorporating patented design features that position Mistrale at the leading edge of modern natural ventilation and hybrid natural ventilation design.

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www.grada.co.uk

Tel: 01942 676259 Email: sales@grada.co.uk Manufacturers of engineered air distribution products. Our vast range includes High Induction Swirl diffusers, slot diffusers & linear bar grilles. Clean room: laminar flow panels, wall panels and all accessories to complete a full clean room. Stainless Steel grilles including antiligature grilles, Brass grilles. VAV, Natural Ventilation Systems. External louvre systems from singular - triple bank.

Fleets Corner, Poole Dorset BH17 0HH Tel: 01202 662500 Fax: 01202 662550 Email: sales@hamworthy-heating.com Website: www.hamworthy-heating.com Hamworthy Heating is a leading British commercial boiler manufacturer. We supply energy efficient commercial heating, hot water and renewable solutions to all types of buildings across the UK. Since introducing the concept of modular boilers in the 1960s, we continue to be at the forefront of the commercial heating market. With a large and varied range of boilers and water heaters we can provide the most suited product for the application, from new build to refurbishment projects. We have an in-house technical team to answer your queries as well as servicing, commissioning and a long term commitment to spare parts.


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Solar and wind power are, by nature, intermittent energy sources, so are often not available in sufficient quantities at the times best suited for buildings. If you can capture renewable energy during the day when demand is low (and electricity prices at their cheapest) for use at peak evening and early morning periods when the user would normally have to pay the highest tariff; then you have the recipe for a sustainable, balanced grid and much lower prices for consumers. By storing renewable energy when demand is low for use when demand is high; you quickly reduce strain on the Grid and increase its capacity to meet the country’s needs while also cutting its costs. And you make possible the concept of a 100% renewable Grid. Experts believe energy storage could cut UK energy costs by £2.4bn a year by 2030 and reduce consumers’ bills by £50 a year. A report supported by (what was) the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) and the Scottish Government identified £7bn in total savings to the National Grid “primarily from improved use of existing generation assets” and by reducing demand for new power generation capacity. The Carbon Trust and Imperial College London carried out 12 months of analysis funded by E.ON, SSE and Scottish Power. Their findings support the argument that a step change in adoption of energy storage would change the financial arguments making the case for multi-billion pound investment in new nuclear capacity, for example. The estimated construction cost of the proposed generator at Hinkley Point C is £24bn and the price for energy charged to the UK consumer when (if) it finally starts producing electricity is pegged at £92.50 per megawatt hour (MWh) – the current price is £37 – and that could rise with inflation to beyond £120.

At the same time, the cost of the lithium ion batteries used to store renewable energy is falling and is predicted to drop by more than 60% by 2020. The cost of flow batteries should fall by around 40%. Suddenly energy storage is becoming a realistic prospect for a much wider user base. Payback on small scale systems is estimated at around 10 years…and falling.

Revolution Energy storage is one of the key innovations identified by the UK’s National Infrastructure Commission as being able to drive a UK “smart power revolution”. Tesla is the best known energy storage ‘brand’ and has developed some of the most exciting storage technologies for buildings on the back of its ground breaking electric car research. It is now scaling up production with the opening of its $5bn ‘Giga factory’ in the Nevada desert that will further reduce battery costs through mass production. Japanese carmaker Nissan is another business claiming to be turning “science fiction into science fact” with a scheme that allows consumers to sell energy stored by Nissan Leaf cars back to the National Grid and the London Borough of Hounslow recently installed a £2m solar array which is the first of its kind in the UK to adopt energy storage. Tesla and others are rolling out 7kWh and 10kWh batteries for connection to domestic PV systems and, by making energy storage affordable to more users, the industry is starting to look at the prospect of buildings operating ‘off-grid’ and becoming, in effect, energy islands with an unprecedented level of energy security. However, the UK energy market model is not structured in a way that easily supports a distributed network. As Carbon Trust director of innovation Andrew Lever says energy storage is seen as “a panacea for a low carbon energy sector”. By turning “conventional knowledge on its head…it doesn’t fit neatly into existing regulatory frameworks”, which have been designed around an energy system where power is supplied to consumers from large centralised power stations. “We have now reached a stage where the technologies are looking promising, but will face challenges in deployment due to an outdated market framework,” says Mr Lever. “An urgent rethink is needed so we can address and overcome the broken value chain of energy storage.”

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“25% of total UK electricity generation was from renewables last year, which was a 29% rate of increase compared with 2014. Wind power was responsible for almost half. Meanwhile, coal generated just 22% of the country’s electricity.” A study by the University of East Anglia established that more energy storage was essential to manage problems of grid volatility caused by increased amounts of renewable energy. Researchers suggested the government should gradually remove subsidies from mature energy projects, such as solar and wind, and divert that funding into support for energy storage suppliers. “We need sufficient storage and more investment in storage systems in order for renewable energy to reach its full potential,” said UEA’s senior lecturer Dr Konstantinos Chalvatzis. “Subsidies would encourage investment, which in turn would enable further integration of renewables into the energy sector.”

Volatility National Grid is trying to address the volatility issues created by the rapidly growing number of renewable sources it has to manage. It has recently completed a 200MW ‘Enhanced Frequency Response’ (EFR) auction, which resulted in seven firms winning contracts to provide ‘balancing services’ to the Grid. These are expected to cut operating costs by £200m through the use of storage systems that will absorb or release energy depending on operating patterns to smooth out Grid performance. Pressure is growing for other regulatory reforms to unlock storage potential – and the financial models will improve. However, as the adoption of energy storage accelerates there will be considerable technical and practical hurdles to overcome.

That’s where the building engineering services industry comes in. The technology at either end of the system is evolving fast with ever more efficient methods for collecting renewable energy and the growth of ‘smart’ methods for measuring and monitoring usage. It will be the task of the specialist engineer to provide the expertise that glues it all together and makes it work in practice. This is a whole new world for building energy systems and storage is a highly disruptive technology. Initially – and for some years – fault levels will be high and there will be a steep learning curve. New technical standards in development include IEC 60364-8-2: Smart Low-Voltage Electrical Installations, which will ultimately form part of IET wiring regulations. It lays down basic requirements for connections of renewable energy systems, associated loads and electrical storage to existing grids and requires systems to be adequately protected. Work on developing battery standards is also underway. The Grid is already displaying systems of ‘stress’ caused by such a radical change and it will struggle to cope with multiple distributed systems. Engineers will have to work hard on ensuring Grid stability; voltage control; active and reactive control; frequency control; load shedding capability; and different strategies for dealing with remote storage. Building services specialists will find themselves in the role of ‘integration engineers’ as they use their skills to put all the pieces of this new jigsaw together. This includes the growth in ‘smart grid’ and greater inter-connectivity with end users still needing the capability of switching between central Grid supply and local power networks. It is a major technical challenge, but one that has the potential to change our energy landscape for generations to come. In the meantime, it will provide lucrative and fulfilling work for the integrators – those building engineers willing to take up a new challenge.

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Fleming Way, Crawley West Sussex RH10 9YX Tel: 0844 856 0590 Fax: (0)1293 565169 Email: sales@vent-axia.com Website: www.vent-axia.com

Unit 28, Gravelly Industrial Park, Birmingham B24 8HZ Tel: 0121 3220200 Fax: 0121 3220201 Email: info@systemair.co.uk Website: www.systemair.co.uk

S & P UK Ventilation Systems S & P House Wentworth Road, Ransomes Europark Ipswich, Suffolk IP3 9SW Tel: 0845 4700074 Fax: 0845 4700075 Email: sales.uk@solerpalau.com Website: www.solerpalau.co.uk

S&P is a global manufacturer of fans and air movement products for all industrial, commercial and residential applications. We supply all products through a comprehensive network of H&V distributors.

With our Head Office in Birmingham and a further 13 branches across the UK, we are ideally placed to offer our customers a fast efficient response to any enquiry. We focus on providing outstanding quality and value when selecting the appropriate products from our comprehensive range, no matter the size of the project. Our motto “The straight way”, has now extended from a product concept to a business philosophy. Our range has grown substantially to span a abroad range of energy efficient fans, air handling units, chillers, grilles & diffusers, air conditioning, water terminals, air curtains and heating products. Trust Systemair. One Partner - a million possibilities.

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The Grille Shop

2 Flightway, Dunkeswell Devon EX14 4RD Tel: 01404 891539 Fax: 01404 891485 Email: sales@thegrilleshop.co.uk Website: www.thegrilleshop.co.uk Suppliers of grilles, diffusers, heavy duty floor grilles. Agents for range of Brofer equipment including swirls and dampers. Call or visit our website for a competitive quote.

For 80 years, Vent-Axia has set the ventilation standard. A dynamic British Manufacturer Vent-Axia is the sector’s clear leader, chief innovator and forerunner in energy-saving, lo-carbon products. Providing the sector’s largest, comprehensive choice from any single manufacturer, Vent-Axia’s range covers not just air movement, air handling and ventilation technologies but heat recovery, electric heating, cooling and clean-air systems for residential, commercial, public sector and industrial applications. A trusted brand Vent-Axia holds the Royal Warrant and is renowned for its commitment to high quality, innovation and excellence. From volume development to landmark project, VentAxia’s solutions provide reliability and ‘fit-for-purpose’ performance.


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CUTTING PROJECT COSTS THROUGH COLLABORATION Ron Edmondson of Waterloo Air Products explains how closer collaboration with suppliers can take the sting out of construction costs.

The issue of collaborative working in construction has been high on the agenda for over 20 years. The 1994 and 1998 reports by Michael Latham and Sir John Egan – Constructing the Team and Rethinking Construction, respectively – defined the need to work together to combat inefficiencies in order to achieve significant cost savings.

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In part the industry heeded the advice with frameworks, in particular, becoming much more common. I’ve had the privilege to be involved with different groups, helping to bring a manufacturer’s eye to the question of collaboration. Starting with the Government’s Construction Best Practice programme, then the Movement for Innovation, today, I’m actively involved with Constructing Excellence. . The case for collaboration is clear. It offers the best results – stronger long-term relationships, shared research for creating better ideas, time- and cost-savings due to greater understanding and reduced overheads. All of these aspects have a direct impact on efficiency, both on a project-byproject basis and for ongoing best practice.

Integrating That said, significant improvements can still be made, especially when it comes to integrating suppliers more closely into construction projects. Even now, most of the communication takes place between client, contractor and architect; while manufacturers of building products are seldom involved until the later stage in any project. Arguably, that’s due to a difference in mind-set. As a manufacturer, it’s second nature to buy from suppliers for years at a time because we can develop new ideas and solve problems together. A long-term relationship creates a better understanding; our team gets to know the products instinctively but always know who they can call on for advice or training. We couldn’t run without an integrated supply chain – but few of our customers have that system in place, meaning that they don’t always appreciate how manufacturers run a business. You might call it ‘factory gate syndrome.’ As long as the products are being supplied on time and on budget, procurement managers, designers or contractors don’t look beyond the factory gate. And there is a lot to learn there.

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“The case for collaboration is clear. It offers the best results – stronger long-term relationships, shared research for creating better ideas, time- and cost-savings due to greater understanding and reduced overheads.”

Manufacturing and contracting are very different businesses. Although they often use a common language, the meaning in the processes and approach is quite different. This therefore leads to lack of understanding and a failure to get optimal outcomes. So the key to good collaboration between manufacturing and construction is translation, to ensure that best practice in one sector can be brought into the other. Because of these differences the suppliers’ knowledge is rarely called on fully. Surely the companies that actually make the products have the most extensive knowledge of how to improve efficiencies for their customers. At Waterloo, we’ve contributed to more than 50,000 separate projects within a relatively small team. This experience is far more than any of our customers could have. The same applies to any building service, from lifts to lighting. It is deep experience in narrow fields and it should be called on. As a Collaborative Working Champion within Constructing Excellence it’s part of my role to help customers understand where we can add value. Often, that’s simply a case of explaining exactly where our costs as a manufacturer exist.

Ever since the Latham Report proposed a 30% cost saving across all construction projects, I’ve thought long and hard about how this can be achieved. The most obvious point from the manufacturer’s viewpoint is that we can’t sell products 30% cheaper. So it has to be about collaboration, working with customers to build in better efficiencies throughout the entire project.

Savings Where can savings be made? The biggest savings comes from building a reliable supply chain using the same companies rather than jumping between suppliers from project to project. We’ve estimated that, by doing this, it’s possible to cut costs as follows:

• Saving on design – 10% by involving

manufacturers from the start to achieve the most effective design using the manufactures experience and true manufacturing costs for value engineering.

• Saving on procurement costs – 5% through

economies of scale – plus, the fewer suppliers a company uses, the less time and effort is made on administering the accounts.

• Simplification of selling process – 5% by

reducing the manufacturer’s overheads. It’s an open secret, but any company quoting for a job has to charge not only for the project in question but the projects they won’t win. We’re in the position of having a good success rate; even so, we have to factor in the reality that we won’t win every single contract.

• Improvements with on-site efficiencies

– 5% because using familiar products leads to a better fit

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“Manufacturing and contracting are very different businesses. Although they often use a common language, the meaning in the processes and approach is quite different. This therefore leads to lack of understanding and a failure to get optimal outcomes.”

As for the other 5%? That comes from taking cost out of what the manufacturer does, by removing uncertainty, allowing longer term investment. Plenty of research exists to support the estimates above. For our part, we have worked closely with Crown House and Carillion to determine the installed cost of a typical product. We wanted to know, what does the customer pay – and where does the money go? The findings looked like this:

• Raw material – 18 % • Direct labour – 6 % • Factory costs – 6 % • Installation – 8 % • Design – 5 % • Overheads – 52 % • Profit – 5 % Spot the odd one out? With so much cost involved in overheads, a 30% cost saving starts to look not only feasible, but realistic. Of course part of the overhead is necessary but a significant part is in the transactional costs of the way procurement as a whole operates. With all of that evidence, it’s clear that more collaborative procurement methods can lead to big returns – and whenever organisations have committed to collaboration, the results have been very good.

Waterloo sponsors the Integration and Collaborative Working Award for Constructing Excellence in London and the South East, and I’ve been lucky to see some of the best examples. The 2015 winner was the ProCure21+ Repeatable Rooms programme. Procure21+allows the NHS to use a framework agreement for capital construction schemes without having to go through the usual tender process. One outcome from ProCure21+ has been Repeatable Rooms, a pioneering project to standardise hospital room designs and thereby remove cost from design and procurement. For the acute sector, there are now eleven room designs, and deals struck with suppliers to make 12 standardised components available at reduced cost, with all data available across the NHS as Building Information Modelling (BIM) files.

Procurement Another previous Constructing Excellence winner was London Underground, who introduced an innovative procurement policy to pay for suppliers’ ideas even if they didn’t win the contract. The result was that supply chains opened up. They could see the value of investing a greater level of effort and innovation, safe in the knowledge that there would be a guaranteed commercial reward. The flipside to this is the danger of manufacturers withholding their best ideas in a conventional tender process. Can a company afford to put in its best effort if they’re not sure they will get the work?

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“Another previous Constructing Excellence winner was London Underground, who introduced an innovative procurement policy to pay for suppliers’ ideas even if they didn’t win the contract. The result was that supply chains opened up.”

It is a generalisation, but if a tender means lower upfront costs, a framework agreement produces a better long-term cost of ownership. That’s because a framework approach encourages collaboration. When the Highways Agency introduced framework agreements, suppliers started to come to them with money-saving ideas. Once companies realised they could get a five-year service agreement rather than having to fight for each job, the solutions got better. While it is no surprise that expensive infrastructure projects are leading the way, the same efficiencies can be achieved whatever the size of the project. Every building is better with an integrated team. At Waterloo, we want customers to see us as part of their team. For our recent installation at the Francis Crick Institute, scientists had strict airflow needs to ensure their vital research wasn’t compromised. With over 10,000 air terminal devices, that inevitably led to alternations and adaptations during the building and installation.

The Government is keenly aware of the continuing importance of collaboration. Its flagship strategy, Construction 2025 has identified lack of collaboration as a major industry-wide weakness – echoing the comments made by Latham and Egan in the 1990s. Construction 2025 notes that “learning points from projects are often team-based and lost when the team breaks up and project ends.” With the drive towards BIM as standard, Construction 2025 will enforce a greater level of collaboration. That said, why force it? The simplest, and most effective, means of improving efficiencies in construction is to open up and talk to everybody involved – including suppliers. Look beyond the factory gate and there’s a wealth of knowledge that manufacturers are willing to share, in the name of saving time, reducing costs and creating better buildings.

By having our man on-site to provide expert support, we saved time and money for the client and ourselves through managing workflow in a more informed and planned way.

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BESA’s enhanced audit regime promotes compliance with industry standards, explains head of technical services Russell Mott.

The Association’s Competence Assessment Scheme (CAS) operated by BESCA has introduced an enhanced audit regime that promotes health and safety compliance and technical excellence. The precise and concise process will focus on what a contractor installs, services or maintains in building services making it far more relevant to what they do.

Russell Mott

BESA - Head of technical services

Driven by a robust review process BESCA, as the Association’s certification body, will make sure that each member is audited against their core business activities so that they can demonstrate to the supply chain that they meet the required industry standards and membership criteria of BESA by being BESCA Accredited. BESA members have to complete a twopart process to meet the requirements of the Competence Assessment Scheme that satisfies the criteria for each industry scheme and results in BESCA Accredited status.

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For further information please request a copy of the Competent Assessment Scheme (CAS) Guide or download from the BESA website – www.theBESA.com The new regime will also offer its members a smoother audit as the system is to be fully automated with a refreshed management system and new technical standards that will create a far more efficient process. Group assessments are also part of the new regime, so if a company has additional branches under the same management systems it will not now be subjected to individual audits at each branch. These will be captured from the parent or subsidiary during the office review. If the company is installing controlled works, BESCA will sample core elements through the audit function ensuring that installed works is compliant with the Building Regulations. This can be satisfied through the BESCA Competent Person Scheme that provides member clients with a self-generated Building Regulation compliance certificate with auto-notification to the Local Building Control; this is done without the requirement to submit full plans.


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“BESA members can be safe in the knowledge that, thanks to the CAS process, they already comply and meet the technical standards with ease. The process also provides independently verified evidence that they deliver added value at the heart of building engineering services in both the domestic and commercial marketplaces.” The member will also benefit from being on the Competent Person Register for the work types they qualify for – as listed below. This is further supported by an insurance backed guarantee for domestic installations.

• Electrical • Plumbing • Oil • Solid fuel • Heating and Hot water • Ventilation and air conditioning • Gas (coming soon) allowing members to

notify Gas Safe Register through the BESCA portal as your one stop shop Competent Person Scheme

Get it right first time Meet the industry standard by registering with BESCA With a high level of domestic ventilation installations not performing and being installed incorrectly BESCA is focusing on domestic ventilation to promote industry standards. Since 2010, domestic ventilation has been ‘notifiable work’ as part of Approved Document Part F 2010 (ADF). Joining the scheme is a straight forward process:

• Compliance with the BESA Competence Assessment Scheme • Specific modules in domestic ventilation that meets the required standard

If you are a domestic ventilation installer and meet the current criteria as above simply apply to the BESCA Competent Person Scheme at the exclusive introduction rate of £430 + VAT, if not please contact the BESCA help desk to find out further information on the course required. Training is delivered over four modules and will explore domestic ventilation in context, airflow requirements and calculations, health and safety, design, installation, inspection, testing, commissioning and the provision of information. The training will cover installation of MVHR, Intermittent Extract Systems, Passive Stack and MEV Centralised Extract Systems.

BESCA launches new scheme setting industry standard in ventilation hygiene BESCA recognises that not all of its members install. If you service or maintain heating, ventilation or air conditioning plant and equipment the audit now accommodates these activities as well. ‘BESCA Accredited’ will provide industry with a new scheme to meet industry standards and further promote technical excellence. The audit will focus on the company’s core work area and, on completion, the contractor can log their activity and self-generate a compliance certificate for the customer; demonstrating that they meet the industry standard and are compliant with the relevant scheme and mark of quality. Air will be the pilot scheme creating three sub groups for relevant registration that will cover:

• Ventilation Hygiene • Kitchen Extract Systems • Local Exhaust Ventilation Further unique schemes will follow and cover both water and maintenance tasks. For further information please contact the BESCA Helpdesk. Telephone: 01768 860457 or e-mail: info@besca.org.uk.

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BESA CONTACTS Contact details for all the Association’s UK locations, its affiliates and for members of the Building Services Engineering Employment Agency Alliance.

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Contact details for all of BESA’s UK locations

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Building Services Engineering Employment Agency Alliance - Administered by BESA

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BESA OFFICES

Head Office: Building Engineering Services Association Lincoln House, 137-143 Hammersmith Road, London W14 0QL Tel: 020 7313 4900 Email: enquiries@thebesa.com Director of Membership Services: Richard Ward Tel: 020 7313 4925 Email: Richard.ward@thebesa.com

BESA Scotland

Head of Scotland: Iain McCaskey The Walled Garden, Bush Estate, Midlothian EH26 0SD Tel: 0131 445 5900 Email: iain.mccaskey@thebesa.com Assistant National Executive: Zanna Tweedie Email: zanna.tweedie@thebesa.com

BESA Cymru / Wales

Head of Wales: Please refer to our website Tel: 07795 394499 Email: wales@thebesa.com

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BESA Regional Offices Kent, London and South East

Regional Manager: Tim Acland Lambden Barn, Lambden Road, Pluckley, Nr Ashford, Kent TN27 0RB Tel: 01233 840531 Mob: 07762 240440 Email: tim.acland@thebesa.com

North East, North West and Yorkshire

Regional Manager: Neil Ashford 18 Greenhead Road, Utley, Keighley, West Yorkshire BD20 6EA Tel: 01535 661567 Mob: 07795 010061 Email: neil.ashford@thebesa.com

Wessex and the Channel Islands regional branches Regional Manager: Sophie Cox 4 The Lane, Wraysbury, Berks TW19 5NQ Tel: 01784 488232 Mob: 07583 079359 Email: sophie.cox@thebesa.com

Surrey and Sussex regional branches Regional Manager: Sophie Cox 4 The Lane, Wraysbury, Berks TW19 5NQ Tel: 01784 488232 Mob: 07583 079359 Email: sophie.cox@thebesa.com

South Midlands regional branch Regional Manager: Sophie Cox 4 The Lane, Wraysbury, Berks TW19 5NQ Tel: 01784 488232 Mob: 07583 079359 Email: sophie.cox@thebesa.comg

Eastern Counties and East Midlands Regional Manager: Please refer to our website Tel: 07720 418711 Email: east@thebesa.com

Hertfordshire regional branch

Regional Manager: Please refer to our website Tel: 07720 418711 Email: hertfordshire@thebesa.com

South West, West Midlands and West of England Regional Manager: Steve Smith 4 Church Road, Thornbury, South Gloucestershire BS35 1EJ Tel: 01454 414442 Mob: 07801 735523 Email: steven.smith@thebesa.com

BESA Group Companies BESA Publications

Old Mansion House, Eamont Bridge Penrith, Cumbria CA10 2BX Tel: 01768 860405 Email: publications.info@thebesa.com

BESCA

Old Mansion House, Eamont Bridge, Penrith, Cumbria, CA10 2BX Tel: 0800 652 5533 Email: info@besca.org.uk

BESA Training

Old Mansion House, Eamont Bridge, Penrith, Cumbria, CA10 2BX Tel: 01628 607800 Email: training@thebesa.com

Engineering Services SKILLcard Ltd Old Mansion House, Eamont Bridge, Penrith, Cumbria, CA10 2BX Tel: 01768 860406 Email: skillcard.info@thebesa.com

Refcom

Old Mansion House, Eamont Bridge, Penrith, Cumbria, CA10 2BX Tel: 01768 860409 Email: refcom.info@thebesa.com

SFG20

Old Mansion House, Eamont Bridge, Penrith, Cumbria, CA10 2BX Tel: 01768 860 459 Email: lesley.mckaskie@thebesa.com

Welplan Ltd

Old Mansion House, Eamont Bridge, Penrith, Cumbria CA10 2BX Tel: 0800 1958080 Email: contact@welplan.co.uk

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BESA AFFILIATES BESA Affiliates have the unrivalled opportunity to put their name, products and services in front of over 1,200 members operating across the building engineering services sector.

Helping to raise a companyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s profile within the industry, the BESA Affiliate Scheme offers exclusive discounts on a range of marketing activities targeted at BESA members, including access to specialist events and a host of other networking opportunities. The BESA Affiliate Scheme is tiered, designed to support the varying needs and interests of our Affiliates. The Bronze Affiliate level is the baseline of the BESA Scheme, with the Silver, Gold and Platinum levels progressively adding more benefits and higher percentages of discount, giving opportunities for regional or national brand exposure. For more details, please visit: www.thebesa.com/affiliates or contact: richard.ward@thebesa.com

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AEME

National specialists in ductwork cleaning training 2 Flightway Business Park, Dunkeswell, Honiton, Devon EX14 4RD Tel: 01404 890888 Email: training@aeme.co.uk Web: www.aeme.co.uk Contact: Peter Reid

Allcool London Ltd

Manufacturers of airconditioning coils Unit 4 Rippleside Commercial Estate, Ripple Road, Barking, Essex IG11 0RJ Tel: 020 8593 5333 Email: sales@allcool.co.uk Web: www.allcool.co.uk Contact: Steven Hodge

Amtech Group Ltd

Mfgs of software for the building services industry Bank House, 171 Midsummer Boulevard, Milton Keynes MK9 1EB Tel: 01908 608833 Email: Christopher.Slinn@Amtech.co.uk Web: www.amtech.co.uk Contact: Chris Slinn

B & D Enterprises

Data centre consultant on air conditioning 6 Fairfield Drive, Dorking, Surrey RH4 1JH Tel: 01306 883190 Email: moore.b@btinternet.com Contact: Bernard Moore

BES Ltd

Mail order suppliers of gas and plumbing fixtures & fitting Unit 3, Junction Six Industrial Park, Electric Avenue, Witton, Birmingham B6 7JA Tel: 0121 322 6400 Email: jquigley@bes.ltd.uk Web: www.bes.co.uk Contact: John Quigley

Compliance Air & Water Ltd

Consultants within the industry Freehold House, 7 Freehold Road, Birstall, Leicester LE4 4AL Tel: 0116 267 2232 Email: pdowning@complianceairandwater.com Web: www.complianceairandwater.com Contact: Paul Downing

Daikin Airconditioning UK Ltd

Manufacturers/distributors of high quality, high efficiency A/C & ventilation systems for all kinds of applications The Heights, Brooklands, Weybridge, Surrey KT13 0NY Tel: 0845 641 9100 Email: wrightg@daikin.co.uk Web: www.daikin.co.uk Contact: Graham Wright

Danfoss Ltd

Refrigeration, air conditioning and heating supply company Capswood Business Park, Oxford Road, Denham UB9 4LH Tel: 0870 608 0008 Email: paul.szyszczak@danfoss.com Web: www.danfoss.co.uk Contact: Paul Szyszczak

EES Estimating & Engineering Services Ltd

Multi-disciplined Estimating company that provides tendering solutions for nationwide contractors Unit 20 South Suffolk Bus’s Centre, Alexandra Rd, Sudbury, Suffolk CO10 2ZX Tel: 01787 881702 Email: j.oconnor@ees-eng.co.uk Web: www.ees-eng.co.uk Contact: John O’Connor

Electro-Graph

Manufacturers of advertising signs/ identification products 177 Lower High Street, Stourbridge, West Midlands DY8 1TG Tel: 01384 378436 Email: martin.southall@dsi.pipex.com Web: www.eguk.com Contact: Martin Southall

Gas Contract Services Ltd

Consultancy and inspection service to our industry sector Suite 2, Taunton House, Waterside Court, Neptune Way, Rochester, Kent ME2 4NZ Tel: 01634 295515 Email: Geoff.golding@gas-contract-services.co.uk Web: www.gas-contract-services.co.uk Contact: Geoff Golding

Grada UK Ltd

Manufacturer / supplier of ventilation equipment Unit C3 (4) Centre Court, Moss I E, St Helens Road, Leigh, Lancashire WN7 3PT Tel: 01942 676259 Email: ian@grada.co.uk Web: www.grada.co.uk Contact: Ian Clifford

Gripple Ltd

Suppliers of suspension and fastening systems The Old West Gun Works, Saville Street East, Sheffield S4 7UQ Tel: 0114 275 2255 Email: k.haldenby@gripple.com Web: www.gripple.com Contact: Jo Barker

Hamworthy Heating Ltd

Design/manufacture innovative heating equipment Fleets Corner, Poole, Dorset BH17 0HH Tel: 0845 450 2865 Email: keith.thompson@hamworthy-heating.com Web: www.hamworthy-heating.com Contact: Keith Thompson

Hasman Technology Ltd

Ductwork cleaning consultancy service 1 West View, Sidbury, Devon EX10 0RE Tel: 03330 121626 Email: jack.friend@hasman.co.uk Web: www.hasman.co.uk Contact: Jack Friend

Industrial Engineering Plastics Ltd Producers of high quality plastic products for the hvacr industry Passfield Mill Business Park, Mill Lane, Passfield, Liphook, Hampshire GU30 7QU Tel: 01428 751 200 Email: geoffrey@ieplastics.co.uk Web: www.iep-ltd.co.uk Contact: Geoffrey Woods

Institute of Healthcare Engineering and Estate Management

Trade association for companies/personnel who operate in the health industry 2 Abingdon House, Cumberland Business Centre, Portsmouth, Hants PO5 1DS Tel: 02392 823186 Email: chris.parker@iheem.org.uk Web: www.iheem.org.uk Contact: Chris Parker

Kingspan Insulation Ltd

Manufacturers of insulated materials Pembridge, Leominster, Herefordshire HR6 9LA Tel: 01544 388601 Email: justin.davies@kingspan.com Web: www.insulation.kingspan.com Contact: Justin Davies

Lindab Ltd

Smedegaard Pumps Ltd

Pump manufacturers 10 Beech Business Park, Bristol Road, Bridgwater, Somerset TA6 4FF Tel: 01278 458686 Email: info@smedegaard.co.uk Web: www.smedegaard.com Contact: Chris Barrett

S & P UK Ventilation Systems Ltd

Suppliers of specialist fan and air moving products S & P House, Wentworth Rd, Ransomes Europark, Ipswich, Suffolk IP3 9SW Tel: 0845 4700074 Email: ahowie@solerpalau.com Web: www.solerandpalau.co.uk Contact: Alasdair Howie

Tata Steel – Tubes

Spiral ductwork manufacturers 10 Woodall Road, Redburn Industrial Estate, Enfield, Middlesex EN3 4LE Tel: 07801 926265 Email: margi.kent@lindab.co.uk Web: www.lindab.co.uk Contact: Margi Kent

Manufacturer of steel tubes to a wide cross-industry sector P O Box 101, Weldon Road, Corby, Northampton NN17 5UA Tel: 01536 402121 Email: chris.owen@tatasteel.com Web: tatasteeleurope.com/ Contact: Dr Chris Owen

Nottingham City Council

Tracer Management Systems Ltd

Loxley House, Station Street, Nottingham NG2 3NG Tel: 0115 876 3039 Email: andyfletcher@nottinghamcity.gov.uk Web: www.nottinghamcity.gov.uk Contact: Andy Fletcher

Pegler Yorkshire Group Ltd

Manufacturer of fittings and valves St Catherines Avenue, Doncaster DN4 8DF Tel: 0113 270 1104 Fax: 0113 270 5644 Email: phill.jackson@pegleryorkshire.co.uk Web: www.pegleryorkshire.co.uk Contact: Phil Jackson

Rinnai UK Ltd

Manufacturers / distributors of gas appliances 9 Christleton Court, Manor Park, Runcorn, Cheshire WA7 1ST Tel: 01928 531879 Email: chrisgoggin@rinnaiuk.com Web: www.rinnai.com Contact: Chris Goggin

Sentinel Performance & Solutions Ltd

Provide & produce products which help with restoring & maintaining energy primarily chemicals for central heating etc 7650 Daresbury Park, Daresbury, Warrington, Cheshire WA4 4BS Tel: 01928 704330 Email: chris.shelton@sentinel-solutions.net Contact: Chris Shelton

Simpro Software Ltd

Computer software/service based workforce and vehicle tracking Redhill Road, Hay Mill, Birmingham B25 8EY Tel: 0121 250 1027 Email: richardp@tracersystems.co.uk Web: www.tracersystems.co.uk Contact: Richard Pryce

Ventam Systems Ltd

Manufacturers of gas safety interlocking / gas proving systems Unit D4, Seedbed Bus’s Centre, Vanguard Way, Shoeburyness SS3 9QY Tel: 01702 382307 Email: sales@ventamsystems.co.uk Web: www.ventamsystems.co.uk Contact: Laurence Burke

Walraven Ltd

Mfgs of BIS fixing & fittings for htg, sanitary equipment, airducts, electric cables etc Thorpe Way, Banbury, Oxon OX16 4UU Tel: 01295 753400 Email: stephen.duck@walraven.com Web: www.walraven.com/en/ Contact: Stephen Duck

Wilo (UK) Ltd

Suppliers of building service pumps Centrum 100, Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire DE14 2WJ Tel: 01283 523000 Email: gary.manus@wilo.co.uk Web: www.wilo.co.uk Contact: Gary Manus

1010 Cambourne Business Park, Cambourne, Cambridge CB23 6DP Tel: 0800 622 6376 Email: natasha.maycock@simpro.co Web: www.simprogroup.com/uk Contact: Natasha Maycock

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AGENCY ALLIANCE Building Services Engineering Employment Agency Alliance - Administered by BESA

The Building Services Engineering Employment Agency Alliance was founded in 2008 in order to promote best practice in recruitment to the industry. It was created by the Association and a select group of specialist agencies in order to give confidence to contractors and service providers that stringent recruitment practices are in place to ensure that suitably qualified and competent personnel are supplied to the industry. In order to become an approved Agency Alliance member, an agency must adhere to the Allianceâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Key Commitments and there is a rigorous independent initial audit process followed by an annual review of compliance. The Alliance is an elite group of specialist agencies supplying and exceeding the expectations of building services engineering contractors. www.agencyalliance.org.uk

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1st Step Solutions Ltd

Meridian Business Support Ltd

BMS Group Ltd

On-Site Group Ltd

West Hill House, West Hill Dartford, Kent DA1 2EU Contact: Matthew Jones Tel: 0844 576 3800 Email: matthew.jones@1ststepsolutions.co.uk Web: www.1ststepsolutions.co.uk Branches: Chelmsford, Dartford, Nottingham

1 Crown Court, Cheapside London EC2V 6LR Contact: Tony Shipley Tel: 020 7826 4400 Email: tony.shipley@bmsgroupltd.co.uk Web: www.bmsgroupltd.co.uk Branches: Birmingham, Brighton, Bristol, Eastbourne, Fareham, Hartlepool, Leicester, Lincolnshire, Livingstone, London, Manchester, Middlesbrough

CSS Recruitment & Training Ltd CSS House, 10-12 Manor Street Braintree, Essex CM7 3HP Contact: Linda Miller Tel: 01376 330700 Email: linda@csspeople.co.uk Web: www.csspeople.co.uk Branches: Essex, Kings Lynn, London, Manchester, Thetford

Diamond Construction & Engineering Recruitment Ltd Elm Court, Southend Road Wickford, Essex SS11 8DU Contact: Paul Hoffman Tel: 01268 570570 Email: paul@dcer.co.uk Web: www.dcer.co.uk Branches: Wickford (Essex)

Trident 3, Trident Business Park, Manchester M22 5XB Contact: Matt Geary Tel: 0161 929 3860 Email: mgeary@meridianbs.co.uk Web: www.meridianbs.co.uk Branches: Nationwide

Delme 2, Delme Place, Cams Hall Estate Fareham, Hampshire PO16 8UX Contact: Darren Burnett Tel: 0845 070 3883 Email: darren.burnett@theonsitegroup.co.uk Web: www.theonsitegroup.co.uk Branches: Birmingham, Edinburgh, Leeds, London, Portsmouth, Sutton

Optima Site Solutions Ltd

Unit 5, Kingsway Business Park Oldfield Road, Hampton TW12 2HD Contact: Antony Weir Tel: 020 8783 9222 Email: antonyweir@optimasitesolutions.com Web: www.optimasitesolutions.com Branches: Hampton, London City, Watford

Rullion Build Ltd

3rd floor, Atherton House 88-92 Talbot Road, Old Trafford Manchester M16 0GF Contact: James Brazier Tel: 0161 772 7220 Email: james.brazier@rullion.co.uk Web: www.rullionbuild.co.uk Branches: Altrincham, Birmingham, Brighton, Cardiff, Glasgow, Leeds, London, Manchester, Newcastle

Vital Human Resources Ltd

Office 39, Grovewood Business Centre Wren Court, Strathclyde Business Park Bellshill, Lanarkshire ML4 3NQ Contact: Craig Sutcliffe Tel: 020 3617 5960 Email: craig.sutcliffe@vital.uk.com Web: www.vital-resources.com Branches: Aberdeen, Birmingham, Bristol, Cardiff, Glasgow, London, Manchester, Newcastle

Phoenix Resourcing Services Ltd 1 Alie Street, Suite 309-310 London E1 8DE Contact: Mark Evans Tel: 020 7553 5660 Email: mbe@prsjobs.com Web: www.prsjobs.com Branches: London and regional offices, with national coverage

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EAST MIDLANDS Regional Manager: Please refer to our website (www.thebesa.com) Tel: 07720 418711 Email: east@thebesa.com

BESA provides a free online search service (www.thebesa.com/find-a-besa-member) designed to make it easy and quick to find BESA member(s) that you require to deliver heating, ventilating, ductwork, facilities management, refrigeration, air conditioning, commissioning and maintenance services. The service allows users to search for a BESA member by radius (distance from the project site) and by region: most BESA members are willing to work outside their geographic location and will welcome your enquiry.

A A T Services Ltd

61 The Whittley Estate, Cambridge Road, Whetstone, Leicestershire LE8 6LH Tel: 0116 283 5999 Email: enquiries@atservices.uk.com Web: www.atservices.uk.com Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 1996 In-House: GHMS Specialist Group: HAPS

Air Ability Ltd

44 Westley Grange, West Avenue, Wigston, Leicestershire LE18 2FB Tel: 0116 288 4333 Email: accounts@airability.co.uk Web: www.airability.co.uk Contract Size: 3 Year Joined: 2011 In-House: ABS 1 3 5 7

Up to £25k Up to £100k Up to £500k Up to £10m

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Air conditioning Refrigeration / F Gas Ductwork - Sheet metal Ductwork - Plastics Local exhaust & Kitchen ventilation Indoor air quality Commercial heating & plumbing Domestic heating, plumbing, service & maintenance I Design & build J Pipework K Offsite prefabricated pipework / plant room L Underfloor heating M Commercial / industrial gas fitting N Renewable energy - Heat pumps O Renewable energy - Solar photovoltaics P Renewable energy - Solar thermal Q Renewable energy - Wind R Renewable energy - Biomass CHP S Facilities services & maintenance T Ductwork cleaning & vent hygiene U Automatic control systems V Commissioning / performance testing W Water treatment X Lloyds class 1 welding Y Fire protection engineering Z Electrical contracting

SFG Service & Facilities Group RACHP Refrigeration, Air Conditioning & Heat Pump Group HAPS Heating & Plumbing Services Group DWG Ductwork Group VHB Ventilation Hygiene Branch

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Air Conditioning & Chiller Co Ltd

26 Paddock Close, High Oakham, Mansfield, Nottinghamshire NG18 5AS Tel: 01623 658580 Email: g.marshall@airconditioning-chiller.co.uk Web: www.airconditioning-chiller.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2006 In-House: AFISV Specialist Group: RACHP

Aircover Ltd

Chestnut House, Alconbury Hill, Alconbury, Weston, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire PE28 4JG Tel: 01480 890011 Email: enquiries@aircover.co.uk Web: www.aircover.co.uk Contract Size: 2 Year Joined: 2005 In-House: CDEFSTV Contracted Out: AGKMWXYZ Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Ambivent Ltd

1 Moulton Court, Anglia Way, Moulton Park, Northampton, Northamptonshire NN3 6JA Tel: 01604 645788 Email: steve.dudson@ambivent.co.uk Web: www.ambivent.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1992 In-House: ABCGILMNOPQRS Contracted Out: DEFKTUVWXYZ Specialist Group: SFG

Ambivent Facilities Management Ltd

1 Moulton Court, Anglia Way, Moulton Park, Northamptonshire NN3 6JA Tel: 01604 645788 Email: steve.dudson@ambivent.co.uk Contract Size: 2 Year Joined: 2010 In-House: ABCEGILMNOPQRS Contracted Out: DFKTUVWXYZ Specialist Group: SFG

Andrew Engineering Ltd

1a Foxwood Way, Chesterfield, Derbyshire S41 9RA Tel: 01246 261422 Email: sales@andrew-eng.co.uk Web: www.andrew-eng.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 1988 In-House: ABCEFINS Contracted Out: DGTVY Specialist Group: RACHP

APPM Contracts Ltd

305 Ashby Road, Coalville, Leicestershire, Leicestershire LE67 3LH Tel: 01530 612000 Email: wendy.naylor@appmfs.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2004 In-House: AGHJLMNOPQRSZ Contracted Out: BFIKTVWXY Specialist Group: SFG

Arcade UK Ltd

Arcade House, Kym Road, Bicton Industrial Estate, Kimbolton, Cambridgeshire PE28 0LW Tel: 01480 861111 Email: samwilliams@arcade-uk.ltd.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2005 In-House: ABEGIJKMNRSVX Contracted Out: CUZ

Arthur Pollard Ltd

38 Churchill Way, Fleckney, Leicester, Leicestershire LE8 8UD Tel: 0116 240 3728 Email: davepollard@arthurpollard.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1984 In-House: GIJKMNOPQR Contracted Out: ABCDEFLSTUVWXYZ

Atmosphere Air Conditioning Ltd The Old Chapel, Chapel Street, Titchmarsh, Northamptonshire NN14 3DA Tel: 01832 734308 Email: stephen@atmosphereaircon.com Web: www.atmosphereaircon.com Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 1999 In-House: ABCINV Specialist Group: RACHP

B Batecool Refrigeration Ltd

22 Hillside, Findern, Derby, Derbyshire DE65 6AZ Tel: 0800 358 0537 Email: info@batecool.co.uk Web: www.batecool.co.uk Contract Size: 3 Year Joined: 2000 In-House: ABCDEGIJMNRSTU Contracted Out: HLPWXYZ Specialist Group: RACHP

Batecool Refrigeration Ltd 22 Hillside, Findern, Derby Derbyshire DE65 6AZ Tel: 0800 358 0537 Email: info@batecool.co.uk Website: www.batecool.co.uk

Established in 1998 Batecool Ltd has developed a good reputation in all aspects of the heating, ventilation and air conditioning industry (HVAC). Batecool endeavours to offer an honest and competitive solution to modern heating and cooling applications. Our main activities are involved with small to large applications, within the domestic, commercial and industrial sectors. Batecool are happy to offer a service involving advice, design, installation, service and repairs of most HVAC systems. Our most popular services include... • Refrigeration • Air Conditioning • Ventilation • Kitchen Ventilation • Commercial Plumbing and Heating • Heating Systems • HVAC Control Systems • Renewable Energy Systems • Solar Heating Systems • Complete HVAC Packages


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Bilfinger Europa Facility Management Ltd

Nene House, Drayton Way, Drayton Fields Estate, Daventry, Northamptonshire NN11 8EA Tel: 01327 311303 Email: paul.witter@bilfinger.com Year Joined: 2007 In-House: ABGMNSUZ Contracted Out: TVWY Specialist Group: SFG

Blandfords LLP

1B & 1C Robinson Way, Telford Way, Kettering, Northamptonshire NN16 8PT Tel: 01536 483699 Email: chris@blandfords.net Web: www.blandfords.net Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2001 In-House: ABILSUZ Contracted Out: FVXY Specialist Group: RACHP

Briggs & Forrester Engineering Services Ltd

Bembridge House, Bembridge Drive, Kingsthorpe, Northampton, Northamptonshire NN2 6LZ Tel: 01604 720072 Email: paul.burton@briggs.uk.com Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 1961 In-House: GIJMVZ Contracted Out: ABCDEFKLNOPQRSTUWXY

Briggs & Forrester (MEP) Ltd

Bembridge House, Bembridge Drive, Kingsthorpe, Northampton, Northamptonshire NN2 6LZ Tel: 01604 720072 Email: duncan.benedetti@briggs.uk.com Web: www.briggsandforrester.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 1985 In-House: DEGHIMQRV Contracted Out: ABCNOP

Briggs & Forrester (Special Projects) Ltd

Bembridge House, Bembridge Drive, Kingsthorpe, Northampton, Northamptonshire NN2 6LZ Tel: 01604 720072 Email: trevor.brunt@briggs.uk.com Web: www.briggsandforrester.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1991 In-House: GHMRZ Contracted Out: AILOPUVW

Building Controls Specialists Ltd 1 Midland Court, Central Park, Lutterworth, Leicestershire LE17 4PN Tel: 01455 240080 Email: tsulley@bcspecialists.com Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2014 In-House: AUZ Specialist Group: SFG

C Clean Air Group

Technology House, 5 Newton Close, Drayton Fields, Daventry, Northamptonshire NN11 5RR Tel: 01327 301383 Email: marie.wren@cleanair.co.uk Web: www.cleanair.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2002 In-House: ABGMS Contracted Out: N Specialist Group: RACHP

Combined Energy Solutions Ltd

Elite Cooling Solutions Ltd

Hamilton House, Kestral Road, Mansfield, Nottinghamshire NG18 5FT Tel: 01623 422766 Email: julian.chantrey@combinedenergy.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1966 In-House: ABGIMNSUYZ Contracted Out: FTW Specialist Group: SFG

DCUK FM

1 Woodfield Road, Welwyn Garden City Hertfordshire AL7 1JQ Tel: 0870 112 9196 Fax: 0870 112 9197 Email: info@dcukfm.com Website: www.dcukfm.com

Combined Energy Solutions Ltd

Bembridge House, Bembridge Drive, Kingsthorpe, Northampton, Northamptonshire NN2 6LZ Tel: 01604 720072 Email: dec.moore@combinedenergy.co.uk Web: www.combinedenergysolutions.com Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1962 In-House: ABINSUXYZ Contracted Out: FGMTW Specialist Group: SFG

Complete Cooling Services Ltd

Unit D1, The Ropewalk Industrial Centre, The Ropewalk, Ilkeston, Derbyshire DE7 5HX Tel: 0115 944 0679 Email: grahamb.hill@sky.com Web: www.cool4u.co.uk Year Joined: 2015 In-House: ACHINS Specialist Group: RACHP

Cristalair Air Conditioning

55 Longfield Lane, Ilkeston, Derbyshire DE7 4DX Tel: 0115 932 0725 Email: info@cristalairconditioning.co.uk Web: www.cristalairconditioning.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2006 In-House: ABEV Contracted Out: CDINST Specialist Group: RACHP

Crown Deepclean Ltd

2 Goodwood Avenue, Arnold, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire NG5 7BB Tel: 0115 920 4069 Email: info@crowndeepclean.co.uk Web: www.crowndeepclean.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2010 In-House: T Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

D DAE Mechanical Services Ltd 21-39 Basford Road, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire NG6 0JG Tel: 0115 970 4552 Email: deden@daeltd.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 1978 In-House: GHMOPQRS Contracted Out: ABCDEILNTUVWYZ Specialist Group: SFG

Derry Building Services Ltd

The Old Hospital, London Road, Newark, Nottinghamshire NG24 1JP Tel: 01636 614300 Email: steve.hudson@derry-bs.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 1981 In-House: GIMOPRZ Contracted Out: ABCDEFNUVY

DCUK FM are leading experts in the decontamination of ventilation systems, ductwork cleaning, management, kitchen extract cleaning, asbestos removal and building refurbishment. We offer national coverage, with an experienced workforce mobilising from a number of locations across the UK. Health & Safety is a very serious issue, and one that DCUK FM prides itself on. We have been awarded with the RoSPA Award for 12 consecutive years. We have additionally been awarded with the Presidentâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Award and the British Safety Council International Safety Award for 5 successive years due to our commitment to our H&S Policy.

54 Langham Road, Raunds, Northamptonshire NN9 6LD Tel: 0844 414 5494 Email: info@elitecoolingsolutions.com Web: www.elitecoolingsolutions.com Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2009 In-House: ABN Contracted Out: X Specialist Group: RACHP

Eneteq Services Ltd

Blackpit Barn, Pury Hill Business Park, Towcester, Nottinghamshire NN12 7LS Tel: 01327 770170 Email: richard.johnson@eneteq.co.uk Web: www.eneteq.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2016 In-House: GIJVW Contracted Out: X

Environmental & Mechanical Services Ltd

Sentinel House, 11 High Street, Long Buckby, Northamptonshire NN6 7RE Tel: 01327 844848 Email: duncan@environmental-mechanicalservices.co.uk Web: www.aquacraft.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2001 In-House: W Specialist Group: SFG

F FWP UK Ltd

E East Kirkby Engineering Co Ltd Avocet House, Bittern Way, Riverside Industrial Estate, Boston, Lincolnshire PE21 7NX Tel: 01205 366 833 Email: simon@ekeng.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2001 In-House: EGHIJKMPRV Contracted Out: ABCDFLNOSTUWYZ

Easy Clean Contractors Ltd

4c Osprey Way, Eagle Business Park, Yaxley, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire PE7 3GT Tel: 01733 244935 Email: lindseyritchie@easyclean-contractors.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2011 In-House: T Contracted Out: X Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

EGP Building Services Ltd

Units 31 & 32, Craftsmans Way, East Goscote, Leicester, Leicestershire LE7 3SL Tel: 0116 264 5114 Email: chrisp@egpltd.co.uk Web: www.egpltd.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 1987 In-House: DEGHIMNOPRSV Contracted Out: ABCFJKLTUWYZ

4 Grantham Road, Radcliffe on Trent, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire NG12 2DR Tel: 0115 965 5042 Email: saffron@fwp-air-conditioning.co.uk Web: www.fwp-air-conditioning.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2009 In-House: AEISV Specialist Group: RACHP

G GAC Environmental Ltd

Chancel House, East Street, Bingham, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire NG13 8DS Tel: 01949 837531 Email: jan.denham@gac-environmental.com Year Joined: 2015 In-House: ABGI Contracted Out: X

Griffiths Air Conditioning & Electrical Contractors

111 High Street, Burton Latimer, Kettering, Northamptonshire NN15 5RL Tel: 01536 420666 Email: brian@griffithsaircon.co.uk Web: www.griffithsaircon.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2013 In-House: ALNOPSZ Specialist Group: RACHP

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L M Building Services Ltd

Springfield Business Park, Springfield Road, Grantham, Lincolnshire NG31 7BG Tel: 01476 514614 Email: office@uni-cleanservices.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2007 In-House: EST Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

100 Mansfield Street, Sherwood, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire NG5 4BH Tel: 0115 962 2339 Email: louie@lmbuildingservicesltd.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2009 In-House: GJKM Contracted Out: CDEIOPRVX

Heatcare Ltd

Loughborough Air Conditioning Ltd

The Broadway Industrial Estate, The Broadway, Mansfield, Nottinghamshire NG18 2RL Tel: 01623 428276 Email: garry@heatcare.com Web: www.heatcare.com Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2001 In-House: CDEGHIJKMNRUWYZ Contracted Out: ABFLOPQSTV

I Imtech Inviron Ltd

Facilities Management and Service, Pride Park View, 1 Victoria Way, Pride Park, Derby, Derbyshire DE24 8AN Tel: 01332 206551 Email: sean.finnegan@imtechinviron.co.uk Web: www.inviron.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1983

Imtech Engineering Services Central Ltd Hooton Street, Carlton Road, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire NG3 5GL Tel: 0115 950 5100 Email: damian.harrison@imtech.co.uk Web: www.imtech.eu/uk/gandh Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 2003 In-House: S

Interduct UK Ltd

Unit 8, Top Station Road, Brackley, Northamptonshire NN13 7UG Tel: 01280 703322 Email: mark@interduct.com Web: www.interduct.com Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2000 In-House: CET Contracted Out: X Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

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M M J Robinson Ltd

Cedar Street, Mansfield, Nottinghamshire NG18 2RZ Tel: 01623 620174 Email: admin@mjrobinsonltd.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2000 In-House: GHIMN Contracted Out: ABCDELSTUVWXYZ

MRS

13 Pate Road, Leicester Road Industrial Estate, Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire LE13 0RG Tel: 01664 480111 Email: bob.wolfenden@mrs.gb.com Web: www.mrs.gb.com Contract Size: 1 Year Joined: 2003 In-House: ABCENZ Contracted Out: X

M W Cripwell Ltd

119a, Derby Street, Burton on Trent, Staffordshire DE14 2LE Tel: 01283 564269 Email: m.jones@cripwellcbs.co.uk Web: www.imsltd.biz Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2006 In-House: ABFGHMOSUVYZ Contracted Out: CDEIKLTW Specialist Group: DWG

Matro Ltd JCW Energy Services Ltd

JCW Energy Services Ltd (Trading as Electrum FM), Thurnham House Clarkes Road, Wigston, Leicester, Leicestershire LE18 2BG Tel: 0117 952 2571 Email: john.burgoyne@jcwes.com Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2014 In-House: ABGHIJLMNSUVYZ Contracted Out: CDEFKOPQRTWX Specialist Group: RACHP

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243 Derby Road, Loughborough, Leicester, Leicestershire LE11 5HJ Tel: 01509 238446 Email: jason@lacltd.uk.com Web: www.loughboroughairconditioning.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2011 In-House: ABINV Contracted Out: X Specialist Group: RACHP

Unit 9, Byron Business Centre, Duke Street, Hucknall, Nottinghamshire NG15 7HP Tel: 0115 859 8151 Email: office@matromaintenance.co.uk Web: www.matromaintenance.co.uk Contract Size: 1 Year Joined: 2008 Specialist Group: SFG

McCarthy Environmental Ltd

80 Henry Street, Northampton, Northamptonshire NN1 4JE Tel: 01604 635333 Email: mick@mccarthy-environmental.co.uk Web: www.mccarthy-environmental.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2007 In-House: CDEFISUV Contracted Out: X Specialist Group: DWG

MCL Energy Ltd

Metcalfe House, Park View, Langwith, Nottinghamshire NG20 9DE Tel: 01623 741940 Email: jason@mclenergy.co.uk Web: www.mclenergy.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1988 In-House: GIMSVX Contracted Out: AT Specialist Group: SFG

Mellor Bromley Air Conditioning Services Ltd 141 Barkby Road, Leicester, Leicestershire LE4 9LW Tel: 0116 276 6636 Email: mail@mellorbromley.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1965 In-House: ACGMX Specialist Group: DWG

Metalduct (Nottingham) Ltd

Unit C12 Hartley Workspace, Haydn Road, Sherwood, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire NG5 1DG Tel: 0115 962 3482 Email: david.ingram@metalduct.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 1995 In-House: CE Contracted Out: D Specialist Group: DWG

Midland Counties Heating Services Ltd Unit 27, Rees House, Parker Industrial Estate, Mansfield Road, Derby, Derbyshire DE21 4SZ Tel: 01332 851880 Email: paul.cockerham@midland-counties.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2010 In-House: ELMNUZ Contracted Out: I

O ON365 Ltd

Unit 10, Weldon Road, Loughborough, Leicestershire LE11 5RN Tel: 01509 261100 Email: david.brooks@on365.co.uk Web: www.on365.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 2008 In-House: ABCDGIMNSUVZ Contracted Out: KWY

P P J Services Ltd

Unit 22, Eventus, Sunderland Road, Northfields Industrial Estate, Market Deeping, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire PE6 8FD Tel: 01778 382722 Email: info@pjsltd.com Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2000 In-House: DEGJLMNSVW Contracted Out: ABCHITUYZ

Parsons Contracting (Chesterfield) Ltd

Brimington Road, Chesterfield, Derbyshire S41 7UL Tel: 01246 276536 Email: wayne@parsonscontracting.co.uk Web: www.parsonscontracting.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2010 In-House: GHIJLMSV Contracted Out: ACDEFTUWYZ

Premier Facilities Maintenance Ltd Unit 9 Enterprise Court, Harcourt Close, Manners Industrial Estate, Ilkeston, Derbyshire DE7 8EW Tel: 0115 930 3026 Email: admin@premier-fm.co.uk Web: www.premier-fm.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2009 In-House: GJMSVZ Contracted Out: FIKLTUWY Specialist Group: SFG

Q Quantaqua Ltd

The Old Brewery, Duffield Road, Little Eaton, Derbyshire DE21 5DS Tel: 01332 834693 Email: craig@quantaqua.co.uk Web: www.quantaqua.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2007 In-House: EFT Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

R Refrigeration & Heat Pump Services Ltd Unit 7a, Canalside Industrial Park, Kinoulton Road, Cropwell Bishop, Nottinghamshire NG12 3BE Tel: 0115 989 9985 Email: brian@rhp-services.co.uk Contract Size: 3 Year Joined: 1993 In-House: ABN Contracted Out: X Specialist Group: RACHP

S Sparks Mechanical Services Ltd

15 Bennerley Court, Blenheim Industrial Estate, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire NG6 8UT Tel: 0115 910 1011 Email: iain.scott@sparksms.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 1969 In-House: ABGIMSZ Contracted Out: FLNUW

Surevent (UK) Ltd

76 Rushton Road, Rothwell, Nr Kettering, Northamptonshire NN14 6QH Tel: 0800 3457529 Email: clare@sureventuk.com Web: www.surevent.info Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2005 In-House: CDEFGHSTVW Contracted Out: MX Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Swiftclean (UK) Ltd

3 Scraptoft Business Centre, Main Streeet, Scraptoft, Leicester, Leicestershire LE7 9TD Tel: 01702 531221 Email: g.nicholls@swiftclean.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1996 In-House: TVW Specialist Group: SFG, VHB


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WM Building Services (Leicester) Ltd T Clarke (Midlands) Ltd

Windsor Court, Ascot Drive, Derby, Derbyshire DE24 8GZ Tel: 01332 332177 Email: stuart.clarke@tclarke.co.uk Web: www.tclarke.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2005 In-House: ABCDEGHIKLMNORSVWZ Contracted Out: FTUY

657 Melton Road, Thurmaston, Leicester, Leicestershire LE4 8EB Tel: 0116 311 2477 Email: grahamcherry@wmbuildingservices.com Web: www.waltermiles.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2003 In-House: ACEGIMNSZ Contracted Out: DFKLOPTUVWY Specialist Group: HAPS

Triggerbest Ltd

Unit M2, Harrison Road, Airfield Business Park, Market Harborough, Leicestershire LE16 7UL Tel: 01858 438940 Email: nick@trace.uk.com Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 1989 In-House: ABGINX Contracted Out: CMTUZ Specialist Group: RACHP

W William Bailey Ltd

Merlin Court, Ripley Road, Ambergate, Derbyshire DE56 2EP Tel: 01773 853703 Email: stuart.bailey@williambailey.co.uk Web: www.williambailey.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1989 In-House: EGHIJKMNOPQRSVW Contracted Out: ABCDFLTUXYZ

William Bailey Ltd (est 1919) Merlin Court, Ripley Road Ambergate, Derbyshire DE56 2EP Tel: 01773 853703 Fax: 01773 856930 Website: www.williambailey.co.uk

Established in 1919 William Bailey Ltd are a leading Building Services Company based in the Midlands with almost 100 years experience in the industry providing high quality installations along with a dedicated service division. William Bailey provide a full ‘in house’ Design and Build service complete with Revit / BIM facilities backed with an innovative approach to Value Engineered solutions for the following services: • Heating • Air Conditioning • Ventilation • Plumbing • Sustainable Ground / Air Source Heat Pumps • Solar Hot Water • BMS Controls • Facilities Management All projects are delivered to an exceedingly high standard where quality, cost, safety and programme management are a priority. Accreditations: - Gas Safe, Watermark, Constructionline, Considerate Constructors, Chas & Environmental Agency

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0-9 21st Century Contracts Ltd

Suite S, Whitegates Business Centre, Alexander Lane, Shenfield, Essex CM15 8QF Tel: 020 8597 8008 Email: martin@21stcenturycontracts.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2011 In-House: DEGHMNSXZ Contracted Out: ABCFIKLTUWY Specialist Group: HAPS

24Seven Companies Ltd

Unit 2, Hall Farm, Little Walden, Essex CB10 1XA Tel: 0870 300 3232 Email: steve@24sevengroup.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2012 In-House: E Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

A Absolute Mechanical Ltd

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Air conditioning Refrigeration / F Gas Ductwork - Sheet metal Ductwork - Plastics Local exhaust & Kitchen ventilation Indoor air quality Commercial heating & plumbing Domestic heating, plumbing, service & maintenance I Design & build J Pipework K Offsite prefabricated pipework / plant room L Underfloor heating M Commercial / industrial gas fitting N Renewable energy - Heat pumps O Renewable energy - Solar photovoltaics P Renewable energy - Solar thermal Q Renewable energy - Wind R Renewable energy - Biomass CHP S Facilities services & maintenance T Ductwork cleaning & vent hygiene U Automatic control systems V Commissioning / performance testing W Water treatment X Lloyds class 1 welding Y Fire protection engineering Z Electrical contracting

SFG Service & Facilities Group RACHP Refrigeration, Air Conditioning & Heat Pump Group HAPS Heating & Plumbing Services Group DWG Ductwork Group VHB Ventilation Hygiene Branch

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Pear Tree Farm, The Street, Weybread, Diss, Norfolk IP21 5TH Tel: 01379 586316 Email: absolutejohn@hotmail.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2010 In-House: GHIJKLSV Contracted Out: EMTUZ

Acorn Pressurisation Services AGM House, London Road, Copford, Essex CO6 1GT Tel: 01206 215 151 Email: dv.taylor@btinternet.com Web: www.acornps.co.uk Contract Size: 2 Year Joined: 1986 In-House: GIS Specialist Group: SFG

Aircare

79 Crescent Road, Heybridge, Maldon, Essex CM9 4SN Tel: 056 0341 1826 Email: aircarelimited@hotmail.co.uk Web: www.aircarelimited.co.uk Year Joined: 2009 In-House: ILNS Specialist Group: RACHP

AJR ECO Ltd

Arcus Solutions Ltd

Alan Gray Heating & Plumbing Ltd

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Unit 1, Brookside Centre, Sumpters Way, Southend on Sea, Essex SS2 5RR Tel: 01702 619698 Email: alan@ajr-ltd.co.uk Web: www.ajr-ltd.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2006 In-House: ABGHJKLMRX Contracted Out: INOPV Specialist Group: HAPS 1 Sayers Court, Bluntisham, Cambridgeshire PE28 3NP Tel: 01487 841094 Email: alan@alangrayheatingandplumbing.co.uk Web: www.alangrayheatingandplumbing.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2012 In-House: GHLMSV Specialist Group: HAPS

Allied Mechanical Services Ltd

Goodwin Business Park, Willie Snaith Road, Newmarket, Suffolk CB8 7SQ Tel: 01638 661062 Email: info@alliedservices.co.uk Web: www.alliedservices.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1984 In-House: CGIJKMNOSWX Contracted Out: ABDEFLPQRTUVYZ Specialist Group: SFG

Ames Air Conditioning Ltd

4 Basey Road, Rackheath Industrial Estate, Norwich, Norfolk NR13 6PZ Tel: 01603 722122 Email: shaun@amesac.co.uk Web: www.amesac.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2014 In-House: ACDEGHIN Contracted Out: T Specialist Group: RACHP

Anglia Boiler Maintenance Ltd 70a High Street, Caister-on-Sea, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk NR30 5EH Tel: 01493 721373 Email: sales@anglia-boiler.co.uk Web: www.anglia-boiler.co.uk Contract Size: 2 Year Joined: 1987 In-House: GHM Specialist Group: SFG

Enterprise House, 168-172 Upminster Road, Upminster, Essex RM14 2RB Tel: 01708 462944 Email: alister.anthony@arcus-solutions.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 2012 In-House: ABEGHJMSTUVWYZ Contracted Out: NR Specialist Group: RACHP

B & F Mechanical Services Ltd

Warren's Barn, Jack's Field, The Street, Witnesham, Ipswich, Suffolk IP6 9HG Tel: 01473 785115 Email: bfmechanic@aol.com Web: www.bfmechanical.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1996 In-House: GJKMX Contracted Out: ABCDEFILNOPQRSTUVWYZ

Balcomm Ltd

Unit 9, Cambria Close, Charfleet Industrial Estate, Canvey Island, Essex SS8 0JX Tel: 01268 694102 Email: simon@balcomm.co.uk Web: www.balcomm.co.uk Year Joined: 2013 In-House: STVW Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Briggs & Forrester Engineering Services Ltd

Unit A South Cambridge Business Park, Babraham Road, Sawston, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire CB22 3JH Tel: 01223 830009 Email: rob.allen@briggs.uk.com Web: www.briggsandforrester.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1961 In-House: GIJMNVZ Contracted Out: ABCDEFKLOPQRSTUWXY

Bright Hygiene Management (London) Ltd

Omega House, 7 Sarbir Industrial Park, Cambridge Road, Harlow, Essex CM20 2EU Tel: 01279 444821 Email: joseph@brighthygiene.co.uk Web: www.brighthygiene.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2012 In-House: ET Specialist Group: DWG, SFG, VHB


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Burwell Maintenance Ltd

14 Drayton Industrial Park, Taverham Road, Drayton, Norwich, Cambridgeshire NR8 6RL Tel: 01603 861848 Email: ray@burwellmaintenance.ltd.uk Contract Size: 2 Year Joined: 2007 In-House: AGHLMNSTW Contracted Out: BCDEFOPRUYZ Specialist Group: SFG

Cambridge Maintenance Services Ltd SI One, Parsons Green, St Ives, Cambridgeshire PE27 4AA Tel: 01480 493800 Email: safety@cmsl.co.uk Web: www.cambridgemaintenance.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 1995 In-House: ABG Specialist Group: SFG

Cambridge Office Environments Ltd

Burwell Maintenance Limited 14 Drayton Industrial Park, Taverham Road, Norwich NR8 6RL Norwich: 01603 861848 Cambridge: 01638 745310 Email: info@burwellmaintenance.ltd.uk Website: www.burwellmaintenance.ltd.uk

A Commercial Heating and Building Maintenance Company, (part of The Anglia Heating Group) supplying key clients with quality driven service. Our trained and experienced workforce aims to meet our customers needs, ensuring the efficient operation of their equipment. We cover East Anglia with our offices in Norwich and Cambridge. We will maintain all makes of boilers, heating and commercial plumbing. Air conditioning, electrical systems, water treatment and fabric maintenance. We will install all forms of heating, boilers and air conditioning. All contracts and customers are equally important to us and we provide support and service to each and every one.

C C & L Facilities Ltd

Systems House, Horndon Industrial Estate, West Horndon, Brentwood, Essex CM13 3XL Tel: 01277 811200 Email: terry@clfacilities.com Web: www.cl-facilities.com Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2011 In-House: ABGHIKMNOPSVZ Contracted Out: CDEFLTUWXY Specialist Group: SFG

C H Lindsey & Son Ltd

Brunel Way, Severalls Park, Colchester, Essex CO4 9QW Tel: 01206 844 567 Email: info@chlindsey.com Web: www.chlindsey.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1927 In-House: ABFGHIJKMNOPRSV Contracted Out: CDELTUWXYZ Specialist Group: SFG

11 Nuffield Road, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire CB4 1TF Tel: 01223 357777 Email: dean@coel.uk.com Web: www.coel.uk.com Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2012 In-House: GHKLMNSV Contracted Out: ABCDEFITUWYZ Specialist Group: HAPS

Capri Mechanical Services Ltd

53-55 Cutlers Road, South Woodham Ferrers, Chelmsford, Essex CM3 5XJ Tel: 01245 321144 Email: john.uwins@caprimechanical.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1976 In-House: ABCEGIMUVZ Contracted Out: DLSWY Specialist Group: DWG

Cascade Systems (UK) Ltd

Coga Ltd

Rainbow House, Flitch Industrial Estate, Great Dunmow, Essex CM6 1XJ Tel: 01371 859859 Email: jez@rainbow.me.uk Web: www.rainbow-int.co.uk Contract Size: 2 Year Joined: 2010 In-House: ELST Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Commercial Hygiene Services Ltd 12 Oakhurst Road, Rayleigh, Essex SS6 8SR Tel: 01268 782233 Email: info@commercialhygiene.co.uk Web: www.chsystems.cc Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2007 In-House: FST Contracted Out: EI Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Constant Cooling Ltd

Catherine House, London Road, Sawston, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire CB22 3XE Tel: 01223 834711 Email: peter@constantcooling.com Web: www.constantcooling.com Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2009 In-House: ABHNS Specialist Group: RACHP

Cool Heat Services Ltd

Unit 10, West Place, West Road, Harlow, Essex CM20 2GY Tel: 01279 626695 Email: info@cascadesystems.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2006 In-House: ABCEJN Contracted Out: VX Specialist Group: RACHP

167 Hulbridge Road, South Woodham Ferrers, Chelmsford, Essex CM3 5LN Tel: 01245 321615 Email: john@coolheat.co.uk Web: www.coolheat.co.uk Contract Size: 3 Year Joined: 1981 In-House: ABFGHINSUV Contracted Out: C Specialist Group: RACHP

Ceetech Ltd

Cooper & Brome (Contracts) Ltd

Acorn Business Centre, Paper Mill Lane, Bramford, Ipswich, Suffolk IP8 4BZ Tel: 01473 830095 Email: kerry.briggs@ceetech.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2013 In-House: GHIMNOPQRUYZ Contracted Out: ABCDELSTW

Ceilite Airconditioning Ltd

Unit 1, The Alcorns, Cambridge Road, Stansted, Essex CM24 8DF Tel: 01279 815503 Email: scott.gleed@ceilite.com Web: www.ceilite.com Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2004 In-House: ABGIMNV Contracted Out: X Specialist Group: RACHP

Chadwell Construction Ltd Tralin House, Chesham Close, Romford, Essex RM7 7PJ Tel: 01708 767100 Email: nick@chadwell.co.uk Web: www.chadwell.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2009 In-House: ABCDEGHIMVYZ

Units 3 & 4, 85 London Road, Marks Tey, Colchester, Essex CO6 1EB Tel: 01206 212 582 Email: simon@cooperandbrome.co.uk Web: www.cooperandbrome.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 1984 In-House: GHJMNR Contracted Out: ABCDEFILOSTUVWXYZ Specialist Group: HAPS

Cooper & Brome (Plumbing & Heating) Ltd

43 Colne Road, Brightlingsea, Colchester, Essex CO7 0DU Tel: 01206 303 832 Email: jennycooper@cooperandbromepandh.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 1988 In-House: GHLM Contracted Out: ACU Specialist Group: HAPS

CPS Building Services Ltd

Tyburn House, Station Road, Oakington, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire CB24 3AH Tel: 01223 232054 Email: james@cambridgepipedservices.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2009 In-House: BEGHMNOSUVZ Contracted Out: CDFIJKLPRTWY Specialist Group: SFG

CPS Building Services Ltd

Tyburn House, Station Road, Oakington, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire CB24 3AH Tel: 01223 232054 Email: info@cpsbuildingservices.co.uk Website: www.cpsbuildingservices.co.uk Experts in design, installation and maintenance of mechanical and electrical works. We are a forward thinking customer focussed business, delivering Mechanical, Plumbing and Electrical installations to a wide range of commercial industrial and residential premises throughout the UK. We offer a high quality installation through skilled tradesmen which allows projects to be completed to the highest standards. This ensures that the majority of our work is through repeat business and recommendations. We are continuing to expand our business throughout the UK, in a planned manner and with the delivery of successful projects and customer satisfaction as the forefront of our philosophy.

Curaim UK Ltd

26 Hornsby Square, Southfields Business Park, Basildon, Essex SS15 6SD Tel: 01268 410427 Email: lea@curaim.co.uk Web: www.curaim.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 1987 In-House: ABGHLMNSV Contracted Out: CEFITUWYZ Specialist Group: RACHP, SFG

D D & K Facilities Maintenance Ltd

32 Hornsby Square, Southfields Industrial Estate, Laindon, Essex SS15 6SD Tel: 01268 545737 Email: glenn@dandkfacilities.co.uk Web: www.dandkfacilities.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2007 In-House: MNV Contracted Out: X Specialist Group: SFG

Danimak Ltd

CSM House, Chequers Lane, Dagenham, Essex RM9 6PR Tel: 020 8596 9040 Email: dan@danimak.com Web: www.danimak.com Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2006 In-House: ABGIMNS Contracted Out: CDEFHJKLTUVWYZ Specialist Group: SFG

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Edmund Services Ltd

12/13 Saxon House, Warley Street, Upminster, Essex RM14 3PJ Tel: 01708 222221 Email: eddie@edmundservices.com Web: www.edmund-services.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 1993 In-House: ABGMNUZ Contracted Out: CDEFHIJLSTVWXY Specialist Group: SFG

Elanar Technical Services Ltd DANIMAK Limited

CSM House, Chequers Lane Dagenham, Essex RM9 6PR Tel: 020 8596 9040 Fax: 020 8896 9045 Email: info@danimak.com Website: www.danimak.com Mechanical and Electrical Engineers specialising in the commercial, leisure and retail sectors.

Unit 3, Stone Street Court, Stone Street, Hadleigh, Ipswich, Suffolk IP7 6HY Tel: 01473 824019 Email: ricky@elanar.co.uk Web: www.elanar.co.uk Contract Size: 1 Year Joined: 2006 In-House: GHLMPS Contracted Out: ABNTWX Specialist Group: SFG

Elite Services (Environmental) Ltd

4 Main Drive, Dunton Park, Lower Dunton Road, Brentwood, Essex CM13 3SX Tel: 01268 542030 Email: lee@eliteservices.co.uk Web: www.eliteservices.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2007 In-House: ABGMNOPS Contracted Out: CEITUVWXYZ Specialist Group: SFG

ENGIE FM Ltd

Delta T Mechanical & Electrical Ltd Unit 6, West Station Industrial Estate, Spital Road, Maldon, Essex CM9 6TR Tel: 01621 850843 Email: simon@deltatservices.co.uk Web: www.deltatservices.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2003 In-House: ABEFHISTUVYZ Contracted Out: CDGJKLMNW Specialist Group: RACHP

DMG Delta Ltd

Sion Park, Stansted Road, Birchanger, Bishop Stortford, Essex CM23 5PU Tel: 01279 810100 Email: rupertm@dmgdelta.co.uk Web: www.dmgdelta.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2004 In-House: ABFGHIJLMNOPRSUVWZ Contracted Out: CDEKTY Specialist Group: SFG

E Eastern Fabrications Building Services Ltd 4 Horsecroft Place, The Pinnacles, Harlow, Essex CM19 5BT Tel: 01279 454609 Email: roy.cox@efabs.co.uk Web: www.efabs.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1999 In-House: ACDEJKNSTV Contracted Out: LW

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Ipswich Branch, Unit 19 Sterling Complex, Farthing Road, Ipswich, Suffolk IP1 5AP Tel: 01473 470006 Email: david.jackson@engie.com Year Joined: 2007 In-House: ABS Specialist Group: RACHP, SFG

Eyre Building Services Group Limited

Eastern House, Eastern Court Ernest Gage Avenue Norwich, Norfolk NR5 0JU Tel: 01603 731100 Fax: 01603 731109 Email: info@eyregroup.co.uk Website: www.eyre-electrical-mechanical.co.uk For over 25 years Eyre has provided mechanical and electrical services, and is at the forefront of the construction industry in East Anglia offering: M&E SERVICES, COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS, SECURITY & FIRE ALARM SYSTEMS, AIR CONDITIONING, HEATING & VENTILATION SYSTEMS, NETWORK STRUCTURED CABLING SYSTEMS. The Norwich office oversees prestigious projects in Norfolk, Suffolk, North and East Essex, whilst our Cambridge office covers Cambridgeshire, Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire, North London, South and West Essex. Our experienced team of qualified electrical and mechanical engineers provides a complete DESIGN-TO-INSTALL service, fully supported by our in-house design team.

Eyre Building Services Group Ltd Eastern House, Eastern Court, Ernest Gage Avenue, New Costessey, Norwich, Norfolk NR5 0JU Tel: 01603 731100 Email: andy.norton@eyregroup.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1998 In-House: ABFGHIJMNOPRSZ Contracted Out: CDEKLTUVWXY

F Fisher Refrigeration Ltd

37 High Street, Landbeach, Cambridgeshire CB25 9FR Tel: 01223 861103 Email: trevor@fisherrefrigeration.co.uk Web: www.fisherrefrigeration.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 1987 In-House: ABINZ Specialist Group: RACHP

Fisher Refrigeration Ltd

37 High Street, Landbeach, Cambridge Cambridgeshire CB25 9FR Tel: 01223 861103 Fax: 01223 440686 Email: trevor@fisherrefrigeration.co.uk Website: www.fisherrefrigeration.co.uk We are a small second generation family firm. We supply, install, repair, maintain all sorts of refrigeration and air conditioning equipment (24/7). We specialize in low temperature -80/140â&#x20AC;&#x2122;C cabinets and prototype work. As well as standard cold and freezer rooms, fridges, freezers, ice machines, air conditioning units, basically anything that gets cold (and some that heat). We have been serving Cambridgeshire and the surrounding areas for nearly 40 years, and have experienced and fully trained engineers with current F-Gas certs. We look after a wide range of customers varying from domestics, shops, restaurants, laboratories, construction sites and industrial equipment. Any enquiry welcomed.

Fisher Refrigeration Ltd

37 High Street, Landbeach, Cambridgeshire CB25 9FR Tel: 01223 861103 Email: trevor@fisherrefrigeration.co.uk Web: www.fisherrefrigeration.co.uk Contract Size: 3 Year Joined: 1987 In-House: ABNZ Specialist Group: RACHP

G Genesis Facilities Maintenance Ltd 47 Hillside Road, Billericay, Essex CM11 2DA Tel: 01277 636556 Email: chris.heath@genesisfm.co.uk Web: www.genesisfm.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2005 In-House: ABGHINSZ Contracted Out: FLTUWXY Specialist Group: SFG

Gowing & Hunt Ltd

Unit 4, Greenham Park, Common Road, Witchford, Cambridgeshire CB6 2HF Tel: 01353 666669 Email: mary@gowingandhunt.co.uk Web: www.gowingandhunt.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1999 In-House: DEGHIJKLMNOPQRSVWZ Contracted Out: ABCFTUXY

Guardian Water Treatment Ltd Units 9 & 10, The Capricorn Centre, Cranes Farm, Basildon, Essex SS14 3JJ Tel: 01268 287477 Email: steveh@gwtltd.com Web: www.gwtltd.com Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2011 In-House: CDEFTW Contracted Out: V Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

H H & V 2000 Ltd

Unit 8 & 9 Blackall Industrial Estate, Hamberts Road, South Woodham Ferrers, Essex CM3 5UW Tel: 01245 329300 Email: info@hv2000.co.uk Web: www.hv2000.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2004 In-House: CEI Contracted Out: ABDNSTUVYZ Specialist Group: DWG

H2O Nationwide Ltd

Repton Court Enterprise Park, Repton Close, Basildon, Essex SS13 1LN Tel: 01268 282700 Email: steve@h2onationwide.co.uk Web: www.h2onationwide.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2000 In-House: TW Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Hargreaves Ductwork Ltd a Co of the M+W Group

Unit 1 & 2 Orwell Close, Fairview Ind Estate, Marsh Way, Rainham, Essex RM13 8UX Tel: 01708 558158 Email: el.manage@mw-hargreaves.net Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 1951 In-House: CIKVY Contracted Out: ADEJLTUWXZ Specialist Group: DWG

Henry Martin & Sons Ltd

Unit 18 Brunel Units, Brunel Road, Gorse Lane Industrial Estate, Clacton on Sea, Essex CO15 4LU Tel: 01255 428730 Email: martin@henrymartinandsons.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 1999 In-House: GHIJMNRSV Contracted Out: ABCDEFKLOPQTUWYZ Specialist Group: HAPS


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Jupiter Facilities Management Ltd

I A C Service & Maintenance Ltd 3 Radford Business Centre, Radford Way, Billericay, Essex CM12 0DP Tel: 01277 623262 Email: chris@iac.uk.com Web: www.iac.uk.com Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1995 In-House: ABDN Contracted Out: CEGHMSUVZ Specialist Group: RACHP

Imtech Inviron Ltd

Facilities Management & Service, Nash House, 17 Portman Road, Ipswich, Suffolk IP1 2BP Tel: 01473 346300 Email: nigel.stopforth@imtechinviron.co.uk Web: www.inviron.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 1983 Specialist Group: SFG

Independent Air Quality Consultancy Services Ltd

11 Mersey Road, Witham, Essex CM8 1LL Tel: 01376 538472 Email: info@iaqservices.co.uk Web: www.iaqservices.co.uk Contract Size: 3 Year Joined: 2013 In-House: FT Contracted Out: EWY Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Ingot Canopy & Fan Services Ltd 76 Claydon Business Park, Gipping Road, Great Blakenham, Ipswich, Suffolk IP6 0NL Tel: 01473 833480 Email: sales@ingotservices.co.uk Web: www.ingotservices.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2013 In-House: FST Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Integral UK Ltd

Suite 4 Rosemary House, Lanwades Business Park, Kennett, Newmarket, Suffolk CB8 7PN Tel: 01638 554420 Email: martin.hurn@integral.co.uk Web: www.integral.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 2005 In-House: ABGHIMNSVYZ Contracted Out: CDEFJKLOPQRTUWX Specialist Group: SFG

J JCW Energy Services Ltd

Unit 7, Saxon Business Centre, Saxon Way, Melbourn, Cambridgeshire SG8 6DN Tel: 01763 264300 Email: john.burgoyne@jcwes.com Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2014 In-House: ABGHIJLMNSUVYZ Contracted Out: CDEFKOPQRTWX Specialist Group: RACHP

Jordan Environmental Ltd

Unit 6 Woodside Business Park, Thetford Road, Ingham, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk IP31 1NR Tel: 01284 728848 Email: aj@jordanenviro.co.uk Web: www.jordanenviro.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 1999 In-House: FW Specialist Group: SFG

3 Repton Court, Basildon, Essex SS13 1LN Tel: 01268 288988 Email: phil.dorrell@jupiterfm.com Web: www.jupiterfm.com Contract Size: 3 Year Joined: 2003 In-House: ABGHMNSZ Contracted Out: CDFITUVWY

K Kershaw Mechanical Services Ltd Edward Leonard House, Pembroke Avenue, Denny End Road, Waterbeach, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire CB25 9QR Tel: 01223 828566 Email: andy.crouch@kershaw-grp.co.uk Web: www.kershaw-grp.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 1955 In-House: ABCEGHIJKMSV Contracted Out: DFLNOPRTUWYZ Specialist Group: DWG

Kershaw Contracting Services Ltd

Edward Leonard House, Pembroke Avenue, Denny End Road, Waterbeach, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire CB25 9QR Tel: 01223 828566 Email: stephen.summerfield@kershaw-grp.co.uk Web: www.kershawcontracting.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2001 In-House: GHLMNOPRZ Contracted Out: AB Specialist Group: HAPS

KGB Commercial Heating

Diamond House, Vulcan Road North, Norwich, Norfolk NR6 6AQ Tel: 0845 230 0696 Email: kevinkgbcomheat@btconnect.com Web: www.kgbcommercialheating.com Contract Size: 2 Year Joined: 2007 In-House: GMUWXZ Contracted Out: I Specialist Group: SFG

L L A Maintenance Ltd

Folkes Farm, Folkes Lane, Upminster, Essex RM14 1TH Tel: 01277 205046 Email: lam@lamaintenance-ltd.co.uk Web: www.lamaintenance-ltd.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 1992 In-House: ABEFGHIJLMNSUVWXZ Contracted Out: CKTY Specialist Group: SFG

Lorne Stewart PLC

No 12 De Grey Square, De Grey Road, Colchester, Essex CO4 5YQ Tel: 01206 751 177 Email: simon.churchill@lornestewart.co.uk Web: www.lornestewart.com Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1988 In-House: BGHIMOPQRYZ Contracted Out: AEKLNUVWX Specialist Group: SFG

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M Rogerson Ltd

Network Critical Physical Infrastructure Ltd

Unit 2, The Dock, Ely, Cambridgeshire CB7 4GS Tel: 01353 662339 Email: markevans@mrogerson.co.uk Web: www.mrogerson.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2012 In-House: GHIJMOPSV Contracted Out: ABCDEKLNRTUWYZ Specialist Group: HAPS

Mac Marney Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Ltd The Old Forge, Stone Street, Crowfield, Ipswich, Suffolk IP6 9SZ Tel: 01449 760560 Email: glen@macmarney.co.uk Web: www.macmarney.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 1978 In-House: ABN Contracted Out: X Specialist Group: RACHP

Madson Air Conditioning Ltd 10 Edward Park, Grange Way, Colchester, Essex CO2 8FZ Tel: 01206 866 000 Email: damon@madson.co.uk Web: www.aircondesign.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2001 In-House: ABCDEGINSUVX Contracted Out: LMTWZ Specialist Group: RACHP

Magnolia Air UK Ltd

Beckney Lodge, Lower Road, Hockley, Essex SS5 5LD Tel: 0800 0322760 Email: johnfitzy@magnoliaair.co.uk Web: www.magnoliaair.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2009 In-House: ABEFGHMSTVWYZ Contracted Out: CDIKU Specialist Group: SFG

MC Electrical Services (London) Ltd

Unit 36 Essex Enterprise Centre, 33 Nobel Square, Burnt Mills Industrial Estate, Basildon, Essex SS13 1LT Tel: 0845 3881142 Email: hayley@mcelectricalservicesltd.co.uk Web: www.mcelectricalservices.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2015 In-House: ABEFINVWZ Contracted Out: CJKLSTUY Specialist Group: RACHP

Munro Building Services Ltd

Murdoch House, Unit 1, 30 Garlic Row, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire CB5 8HW Tel: 01223 702100 Email: davidclark@munroservices.co.uk Web: www.munrobuildingservices.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1974 In-House: GJKMNOPQRSZ Contracted Out: ABCDEFILTUVWY

Munro Building Services Ltd

Unit 11, Kingsdale Business Centre, Regina Road, Chelmsford CM1 1PE Tel: 01245 392610 Email: vernon.cox@munrogroup.co.uk Year Joined: 1992 In-House: GJKMNOPQRSZ Contracted Out: ABCDEFILTUVWY

5 Station Road, Royston, Cambridgeshire SG8 6PZ Tel: 01763 261778 Email: martin@ncpisolutions.co.uk Web: www.ncpisolutions.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2007 In-House: ABGSZ Contracted Out: CEMWXY

Norfolk Heating Ltd

Prestige House, Avian Way, Salhouse Road, Norwich, Norfolk NR7 9AR Tel: 01603 429426 Email: janie.sewell@aol.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 1966 In-House: GHILMNOPQR Contracted Out: ABCDEFJKSTUVWYZ Specialist Group: HAPS

NWG Building Services Ltd

Western House, 19 Western Road, Billericay, Essex CM12 9DY Tel: 01277 230449 Email: chris@nwgbuildingservices.co.uk Web: www.nwguildingservices.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2011 In-House: BI Contracted Out: ACDEGHJKLMNTUVWXYZ Specialist Group: RACHP

P P.I.P. Building Services Ltd

Fenton House, Fenton Way, Southfields Business Park, Basildon, Essex SS15 6TD Tel: 01268 541651 Email: dawn.stirling@pip.uk.com Web: www.pip.uk.com Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2011 In-House: GHJMSUVZ Contracted Out: ABCDEIKLTWXY

Pitkin & Ruddock Ltd

Unit 1, Capital Estate, Whapload Road, Lowestoft, Suffolk NR32 1TY Tel: 01502 563629 Email: dean.clackett@pitkin-ruddock.co.uk Web: www.pitkin-ruddock.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1975 In-House: ABEN Contracted Out: LTUWZ Specialist Group: RACHP

Pitkin & Ruddock Ltd

Unit 6, Mercers Road, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk IP32 7HX Tel: 01284 767579 Email: les.mitchell@pitkin-ruddock.co.uk Web: www.pitkin-ruddock.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 1975 In-House: ABNV Specialist Group: RACHP

Pitkin & Ruddock Ltd

Unit D, Olympus Close, Whitehouse Industrial Estate, Ipswich, Suffolk IP1 5LJ Tel: 01473 740500 Email: damian.nunn@pitkin-ruddock.co.uk Web: www.pitkin-ruddock.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 1975 In-House: ABIN Contracted Out: X Specialist Group: RACHP

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EASTERN COUNTIES

Polarcool Refrigeration Ltd

Unit K1, Beckingham Business Park, Tolleshunt Major, Maldon, Essex CM9 8LZ Tel: 01621 868584 Email: brian@polarcool.co.uk Web: www.polarcool.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2007 In-House: ABNSZ Specialist Group: RACHP

PR Hemingway Ltd

44 Warner Drive, Springwood Industrial Estate, Braintree, Essex CM7 2YW Tel: 01376 344899 Email: paulrhemingway@hotmail.com Web: www.p.r.hemingwaycombustionandcontrols Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2012 In-House: CDEGJKLMNSU Contracted Out: ABFTWYZ Specialist Group: SFG

Pro-Duct Clean Ltd

The Gattinetts, Hadleigh Road, East Bergholt, Colchester, Essex CO7 6QT Tel: 0870 609 2080 Email: nigel@pro-ductclean.com Web: www.pro-ductclean.com Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2008 In-House: E Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

R Resolve Building Services Ltd

Mill Cottage, The Strood, Peldon, Colchester, Essex CO5 7QL Tel: 0843 289 2482 Email: office@resolveheatingandcooling.co.uk Web: www.resolveheatingandcooling.co.uk Year Joined: 2007 In-House: ACGHSU Contracted Out: X Specialist Group: RACHP

Rogan Heating Services Ltd

Unit 4 Meadow Business Park, Reach Road, Burwell, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire CB25 0GH Tel: 01638 743500 Email: roganhs@globalnet.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 1989 In-House: GMS Specialist Group: SFG

Royce Group Ltd

Unit 27, Olympic Business Park, Basildon, Essex SS14 3EX Tel: 01268 280333 Email: vince@rydanservices.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2003 In-House: ABGHI Contracted Out: CDEFJKLMOPTUVWYZ

S S & W Process Engineering Ltd S & W House, Longhill Road, March, Cambridgeshire PE15 0BL Tel: 01354 659444 Email: sw@swprocess.co.uk Web: www.swprocess.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 2005 In-House: IVW Contracted Out: X

Scott Heating & Ventilation Ltd Unit 5, Brookside Industrial Estate, Sawtry, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire PE28 5SB Tel: 01487 831735 Email: adrian@scottventilation.co.uk Web: www.scottventilation.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 1988 In-House: CDEIV Contracted Out: ABGMSTUXZ Specialist Group: DWG

SES Mechanical Services Ltd

Telford Way, Severalls Lane Industrial Est, Colchester, Essex CO4 9QP Tel: 01206 845 333 Email: sales@sesmechanical.co.uk Web: www.sesmechanical.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1981 In-House: ABGHIJKLMNSX Contracted Out: CDERTUVWZ Specialist Group: RACHP

SHL Maintenance Ltd

Unit 12, Forbes Business Centre, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk IP32 7AR Tel: 0330 999 2477 Email: steve@shlservices.co.uk Web: www.shlservices.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2009 In-House: GHJLMNOPQRSUVWZ Contracted Out: ABCDEITY Specialist Group: SFG

8 Lime Grove Estate, Falconer Road, Haverhill, Suffolk CB9 7XU Tel: 01440 712345 Email: alison@roycegroup.ltd.uk Web: www.roycegroup.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2010 In-House: ABCGIMNSVX Contracted Out: T Specialist Group: RACHP

Silenster Building Services Ltd

RSE Building Services Ltd

Soltec UK Ltd

30 Hornsby Square, Southfields Business Park, Laindon, Basildon, Essex SS15 6SD Tel: 01268 888468 Email: loretta.smith@rsebs.com Web: www.rsebuildingservices.com Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2013 In-House: GIMZ Contracted Out: ABX

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Rydan Mechanical Services Ltd

The Old Stables, Hockwold Lodge, Cowles Drove, Hockwold, Thetford, Norfolk IP26 4JQ Tel: 01842 829876 Email: keith.ladell@silenster.co.uk Web: www.silenster.co.uk Contract Size: 3 Year Joined: 1984 In-House: SZ Specialist Group: SFG

Unit 3, Priory Works, Priory Avenue, Southend on Sea, Essex SS2 6LD Tel: 0170 2301080 Email: info@soltecuk.com Web: www.soltecuk.com Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2007 In-House: ABCDEFGHILMNSTUVZ Contracted Out: X Specialist Group: RACHP

Sotham Engineering Services Ltd Home End, Fulbourn, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire CB21 5BS Tel: 01223 881081 Email: ricky.harris@sotham.co.uk Web: www.sotham.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1982 In-House: GHILMNOPRVZ Contracted Out: UWY Specialist Group: SFG

Sotham Engineering Services Ltd

Ocean House, Iceni Court, Delft Way, Norwich, Norfolk NR6 6BB Tel: 01603 412411 Email: mike.new@sotham.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1982 In-House: GHILMNOPRVZ Contracted Out: STUWY Specialist Group: SFG

SSE Contracting Ltd

East Region, Unit 8a The Irwin Centre, Scotland Road, Dry Drayton, Cambridgeshire CB23 8AR Tel: 01924 213553 Email: nigel.romans@ssecontracting.com Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2013 In-House: GHIMSUXZ Contracted Out: ABCDEFJKLNTVWY Specialist Group: SFG

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U United Facilities Management Ltd Suite 4 The Sanctuary, Steeple View Farm, Dunton Road, Steeple View, Laindon, Essex SS15 4DB Tel: 0333 323 0730 Email: stephen@unitedfm.com Web: www.unitedfm.com Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 1996 In-House: ABEGHIMNSZ Contracted Out: CDFJKLOPQRTUVWY Specialist Group: SFG

V Vimivale Ltd

2 - 6 Gibcracks, Basildon, Essex SS14 1PE Tel: 01268 556663 Email: barry@refrigeration-uk.com Web: www.refrigeration-uk.com Contract Size: 3 Year Joined: 2000 In-House: ABEGHINSTVZ Contracted Out: CDMW Specialist Group: RACHP

W Weldatube Mechanical Services Ltd

T Clarke East Ltd

Bicton Industrial Park, Kym Road, Kimbolton, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire PE28 0LW Tel: 01480 861544 Email: ray.white@tclarke.co.uk Web: www.tclarke-east.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1996 In-House: GHIJKMSUZ Contracted Out: ABCDEFLNOPRTVWXY

The Barnes Group Ltd T/A Bower Fuller

6 Bermuda Road, Ransomes Europark, Ipswich, Suffolk IP3 9RU Tel: 01473 272277 Email: smatthews@bowerfuller.co.uk Web: www.bowerfuller.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1968 In-House: GHJMNSVZ Contracted Out: ABCDEFIKLOPRTUWXY

TWO Services Ltd

2 Hovefields Lodge, Burnt Mills, Basildon, Essex SS13 1EB Tel: 01268 727603 Email: ken@two-services.com Web: www.two-services.com Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2006 In-House: ST Contracted Out: X Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

74 Fryerning Lane, Ingatestone, Chelmsford, Essex CM4 0NN Tel: 01277 353306 Email: info@keepingcool.co.uk Web: www.keepingcool.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2006 In-House: CEGIS Contracted Out: DFJKLMTUVWYZ Specialist Group: DWG

Wonters FM Ltd

Unit 16, Ronald Rolph Court, Wadloes Road, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire CB5 8PX Tel: 01223 240542 Email: Bob@wonters.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2010 In-House: HIJLMNRSTUVZ Contracted Out: ABCDEY Specialist Group: SFG


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Air conditioning Refrigeration / F Gas Ductwork - Sheet metal Ductwork - Plastics Local exhaust & Kitchen ventilation Indoor air quality Commercial heating & plumbing Domestic heating, plumbing, service & maintenance I Design & build J Pipework K Offsite prefabricated pipework / plant room L Underfloor heating M Commercial / industrial gas fitting N Renewable energy - Heat pumps O Renewable energy - Solar photovoltaics P Renewable energy - Solar thermal Q Renewable energy - Wind R Renewable energy - Biomass CHP S Facilities services & maintenance T Ductwork cleaning & vent hygiene U Automatic control systems V Commissioning / performance testing W Water treatment X Lloyds class 1 welding Y Fire protection engineering Z Electrical contracting

SFG Service & Facilities Group RACHP Refrigeration, Air Conditioning & Heat Pump Group HAPS Heating & Plumbing Services Group DWG Ductwork Group VHB Ventilation Hygiene Branch

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A A C Direct Ltd

Stable Yard, 65 Albert Road, South Woodford, London E18 1LE Tel: 020 8989 8989 Email: tom@acdprojects.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2009 In-House: ABINV

A C Preou Ltd

Hobson House, 12b Bridge Close, Grays, Romford, Essex RM7 0AU Tel: 01708 755055 Email: arthurpreou@preou.co.uk Web: www.preou.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 1975 In-House: ABEGJMNR Contracted Out: CDL

A C R London Ltd

134-134a Park View Road, Welling, Kent DA16 1SJ Tel: 020 8331 5603 Email: info@acrlondon.co.uk Web: www.acrlondon.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 1994 In-House: ABEJNSTUVZ Contracted Out: I Specialist Group: RACHP

A G O'Malley Ltd

6 The Avenue, West Wickham, Kent BR4 0DY Tel: 020 8916 9322 Email: tony@fabfit.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2009 In-House: GJLMX

Accent Services (AC) Ltd

Unit 4, Brooklands Close, Sunbury on Thames, Middlesex TW16 7DX Tel: 01932 765648 Email: ian@accent.ac Web: www.accentac Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2010 In-House: ABNS Specialist Group: RACHP

Advanced Building Management

Accurate Cooling Services Ltd

147a London Road, Dunton Green Sevenoaks, Kent TN13 2UP Tel: 01732 669 202 Email: mc1xx@aol.com Website: www.accuratecoolingservicesltd.com Accurate Cooling Services Ltd is an established air conditioning and refrigeration company with over 30 years experience, based in Sevenoaks Kent. We offer a variety of services including new installation, repair and maintenance of fixed air conditioning units, and the hire or sale of portable A/C units. We also specialise in the service and repair of large commercial chillers. Although we are based in the South East of England, we are able to carry out work throughout the UK and overseas if required. We keep our prices competitive and provide a high standard of work. We are Safecontractor and CHAS accredited.

ADC Environmental Services Ltd

53 Bankside Close, Isleworth, Middlesex TW7 7EW Tel: 020 8891 0228 Email: philipcross@adc2002.fsnet.co.uk Web: www.ventilationing.org Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2000 In-House: EFSTW Contracted Out: ABCDGHIMUVYZ Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Advent Ductwork Systems Ltd

56b Hamm Moor Lane, Weybridge Business Park, Addlestone, Surrey KT15 2SF Tel: 01932 856249 Email: peter@adventds.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2008 In-House: ABCEGISV Contracted Out: LNTUWYZ Specialist Group: DWG

27 Pantile Hill Southminster, Essex CM0 7BA Tel: 01621 772058 Fax: 05602 047411 Email: service@advancedbml.com Website: www.advancedbml.com WHO ARE ADVANCED BML? Advanced Building Management Limited is the brainchild of Declan Kiernan. Declan has many years in the building management industry. We specialise in the management of the buildings of Blue Chip companies ACREDDITATIONS We are accredited with the following companies: • BESA Heating Ventilation Contracting Association • National Britannia Safe Contractor We have also applied for NICEIC to carry out testing and installation of electrical equipment in large commercial buildings.

Aim Mechanical Services Ltd

2 Veridion Way (Suite 45), Veridion Park, Erith, Kent DA18 4AL Tel: 020 8320 1060 Email: peggy.lane@aimmechanical.co.uk Web: www.aimmechanical.co.uk Contract Size: 3 Year Joined: 1992 In-House: ABGLMNSW Specialist Group: RACHP, SFG

Air Conditioning Projects Ltd

Chancery Court, Lincoln Road, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire HP12 3RE Tel: 01494 429329 Email: matt@acprojects.co.uk Web: www.acprojects.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2009 In-House: B Contracted Out: ACDINSTUVW Specialist Group: RACHP


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LONDON

ALB Building Services Ltd

5 Royal Court, London SE16 7TA Tel: 020 8563 7403 Email: allan@albltd.co.uk Web: www.albltd.co.uk Contract Size: 3 Year Joined: 2011 In-House: ACDEHIJLUVWZ Contracted Out: BFGKMNOPQRSTXY Specialist Group: SFG

All Comfort Solutions Ltd

315 Croydon Road, Wallington, Surrey SM6 7LB Tel: 020 8669 1112 Email: mark@allcomfortsolutions.com Web: www.allcomfortsolutions.com Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2009 In-House: ACHINSUV Contracted Out: EFGJLMTWYZ Specialist Group: RACHP

All Seasons Climate Control Ltd

Unit 5, Prospect Business Park, Langston Road, Loughton, Essex IG10 3TR Tel: 020 8502 4540 Email: aaustin@trinityenvserv.co.uk Web: www.beattheheat.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2004 In-House: AB Specialist Group: RACHP

All Seasons Air Conditioning Services Ltd Unit 5, Prospect Business Park, Langston Road, Loughton, Essex IG10 3TR Tel: 020 8502 4540 Email: angela@allseasonscc.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2015 In-House: ABISV Contracted Out: CDEFGHJKLMNOPQRTUWXYZ

Amey Mechanical & Electrical Services Ltd

1 Furzeground Way, Stockley Park, Uxbridge, Middlesex UB11 1EZ Tel: 07713 653194 Email: ian.edmiston@amey.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 1956 In-House: ABEGHMSUZ Contracted Out: I Specialist Group: SFG

Anden Environmental Services Ltd Jubilee House, 3 The Drive, Great Warley, Brentwood, Essex CM13 3FR Tel: 01277 725809 Email: helen@andenhvac.co.uk Web: www.andenhvac.co.uk Year Joined: 2015 In-House: ACGI Specialist Group: SFG

Argent FM Ltd

Argent House, Wild's Rents, London SE1 4QG Tel: 020 7403 1204 Email: david@argentfm.com Web: www.argentfm.com Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2002 In-House: ABGIJLMNOPQRSTUVWXZ Contracted Out: CDEFKY Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Associated Pipework (SE) Ltd Unit 35, Swan Centre, Rosemary Road, London SW17 0AR Tel: 020 8879 7042 Email: info@associatedpipework.com Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2004 In-House: GJKX

B Bailes & Kidley Ltd

260 Reede Road, Dagenham, Essex RM10 8EH Tel: 020 8595 6076 Email: jj@jjeng.com Web: www.jjeng.com Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1999 In-House: ABCEGISTXZ Contracted Out: HMWY Specialist Group: DWG

Balfour Beatty Engineering Services Ltd

Kingsgate, 62 High Street, Redhill, Surrey RH1 1SG Tel: 01737 854400 Email: mike.harris@balfourbeatty.com Web: www.balfourbeatty.com Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2009 In-House: GIMNOPQRZ Contracted Out: ABCDELSTUVWXY Specialist Group: DWG, SFG

Bancroft Ltd

Arodene House, 41-55 Perth Road, Gants Hill, Ilford, Essex IG2 6BX Tel: 020 8709 2500 Email: jason.dodd@bancroft.uk.com Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 1996 In-House: IKZ Contracted Out: ABCEGLWY

Beacon Group Ltd

Unit 5 Kingside Business Park, Ruston Road, Woolwich, London SE18 5BX Tel: 020 8309 8555 Email: enquiries@beacongroup.org.uk Web: www.beacongroup.org.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2004 In-House: DG Contracted Out: ABCJNV

Bilfinger Europa Facility Management Ltd

Nene House, Drayton Fields Industrial Estate, Daventry, Northamptonshire NN11 8EA Tel: 01327 311303 Email: paul.witter@bilfinger.com Web: www.rollright.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2007 In-House: ABGMNSUZ Contracted Out: TVWXY Specialist Group: SFG

Bilfinger Europa Facility Management Ltd 26 Finsbury Square, London EC2A 1DS Tel: 020 8790 1011 Email: peter.excell@bilfinger.com Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2007 In-House: ABEGHMSUZ Contracted Out: JLTVWY Specialist Group: SFG

Blu Diamond Services Ltd

1st Floor, 31 River Road, Barking, Essex IG11 0DA Tel: 07956 424541 Email: laurence@bludiamondservices.com Web: www.bludiamondservices.com Year Joined: 2015 In-House: ST

Blue Flame Gas Services Ltd

276 Wickham Lane, Abbey Wood, London SE2 0XS Tel: 020 8311 7842 Email: admin@blue-flame.co.uk Web: www.blue-flame.co.uk Contract Size: 2 Year Joined: 2006 In-House: H Specialist Group: HAPS

Boostfine Ltd

3rd Floor, 35 Chiswell Street, London EC1Y 4SE Tel: 020 3859 3859 Email: giovanni.ionta@briggs.uk.com Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 1961 In-House: GIJMNZ Contracted Out: ABCDEFLOPQRSTUVWXY

BSW Heating Ltd

3 Old Barn Lane, Kenley, Surrey CR8 5AT Tel: 020 8763 5300 Email: enquiries@bsw-heating.com Web: www.bsw-heating.com Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 1972 In-House: GHLMNOPVZ Contracted Out: ACDIUW Specialist Group: HAPS, SFG

16 Falcon Business Centre, Ashton Road, Romford, Essex RM3 8UR Tel: 01708 386252 Email: djhourihan@boostfine.co.uk Web: www.boostfine.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1990 In-House: GIMNOPQR Contracted Out: ABCDEJLTUVWXYZ

BTU (Installation & Maintenance) Limited

38 Weyside Road, Guildford Surrey GU1 1JB Tel: 01483 590600 Fax: 01483 590601 Email: enquiries@btu-installation.com Website: www.btu-group.com

Borahurst Limited

75 Bell Street Reigate Surrey RH2 7AN Tel: 01737 221733 Fax: 01737 223512 Email: info@borahurst.com Website: www.borahurst.com Website: www.r-22.co.uk Twitter: @borahurstltd Borahurst are a “Multi Award Winning” forward thinking, privately owned, customer focussed business. We have been delivering Mechanical, Air Conditioning, Plumbing installation and R-22 replacement to a wide range of commercial and residential premises throughout the UK for the past 37 years. We offer a high quality installation through skilled tradesmen, allowing projects to be completed to the highest standards. The majority of our work is through repeat business/ recommendations. We are continuing to expand our business throughout the UK, in a planned manor and with the delivery of successful projects and customer satisfaction at the forefront of our philosophy.

Bishop Shrink Fitting Ltd

183-185 Sunningvale Avenue, Biggin Hill, Kent TN16 3TL Tel: 020 8656 8234 Email: cyril@bishopgroupservices.com Year Joined: 2015 Specialist Group: SFG

Briggs & Forrester Engineering Services Ltd

Bouygues E&S FM UK Ltd

Becket House, 1 Lambeth Palace Road, London SE1 7EU Tel: 020 7401 0020 Email: giuseppe.borgese@bouygues-es.co.uk Web: www.bouygues-es.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 2006 In-House: ABGLMNOPQRSUZ Contracted Out: CDEITVWXY Specialist Group: SFG

An established Company of over 50 years, BTU has built a reputation for high quality delivery and engineering excellence in both domestic and commercial projects.

C C N C Heating Ltd

Unit F, Fawkham Business Park, Fawkham Road, Longfield, Dartford, Kent DA3 7BE Tel: 01474 700111 Email: sales@cncheating.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2005 In-House: GH Specialist Group: SFG

Cadogan Building Services Ltd Cleaveland Mews, 9 Cleaveland Road, Surbiton, Surrey KT6 4AH Tel: 020 8390 6500 Email: mail@cadoganbs.co.uk Web: www.cadoganbs.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2008 In-House: GIKMOPQR Contracted Out: ABCDELNUVW

Carillion Services

One Euston Tower, 40 Molton Street, London NW1 2FD Tel: 020 8326 0787 Email: euan.burns@carillionplc.com Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 2013 In-House: ABGHILMQRSTUWYZ Contracted Out: CDEJNOPVX Specialist Group: SFG

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Delatim Ltd

Carillion (AMBS) Ltd

8th Floor, 1 Eversholt Street, London NW1 2DN Tel: 01924 221733 Email: diane.mckeith@carillionplc.com Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 2013 In-House: ABGHILMQRSTUWYZ Contracted Out: CDEJNOPVX Specialist Group: SFG

Cartel (London) Ltd

Hobbs Cross Open Farm, Hobbs Cross Road, Theydon Garnon, Epping, Essex CM16 7NY Tel: 01992 812522 Email: mick@cartellondon.com Web: www.cartellondon.com Contract Size: 2 Year Joined: 2003 In-House: E Contracted Out: X Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Catering Hygiene Specialists Ltd

Unit 1, Midas Industrial Estate, Longbridge Way, Uxbridge, Middlesex UB8 2YT Tel: 01895 812117 Email: john@cateringhygiene.co.uk Web: www.cateringhygiene.co.uk Contract Size: 3 Year Joined: 2010 In-House: ET Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Cavendish Engineers Ltd

36 Spital Square, London E1 6DY Tel: 020 7375 3526 Email: lizzie.phillips@cavendishengineers.net Web: www.cavendishengineers.net Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2012 In-House: OS Contracted Out: ABCI Specialist Group: SFG

Cavendish (UK) Ltd

36 Spital Square, London E1 6DY Tel: 020 7375 3526 Email: info@cavendishengineers.net Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2004 In-House: S Contracted Out: A Specialist Group: SFG

CBRE Managed Services Ltd

City Bridge House, 57 Southwark Street, London SE1 1RU Tel: 020 7871 9100 Email: kevin.lynn@cbre.com Web: www.cbre.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 1985 In-House: ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ Specialist Group: SFG

C&L Facilities Ltd

Climate Engineering Solutions Ltd Allied House, Kelpatrick Road, Slough, Berkshire SL1 6BW Tel: 01628 663519 Email: wayne@climate-engineering.co.uk Web: www.climate-facilities.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2005 In-House: ABFHILMNOPQRSTUZ Contracted Out: CDEGJKVWY Specialist Group: SFG

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Cool Systems Holdings Ltd

Maintenance & Installation of Building Services Systems House, Horndon Industrial Park Station Road, West Horndon Brentwood, Essex CM13 3XL Tel: 01277 811200 Email: info@clfacilities.com Website: www.cl-facilities.com

Complete Building Solutions Systems House, Horndon Industrial Park Station Road, West Horndon Brentwood, Essex CM13 3XL Tel: 01277 810 050 Email: contactus@csgroup.co.uk Website: www.csgroup.co.uk

• Building Management Services • Planned Preventative Maintenance • Reactive & Call Out Repair and Maintenance • HVAC Specialists • Mechanical Services

• Commercial and Industrial Projects • Full Project Management • Design, Planning and Sustainability • Venues and Data Centre Specialists • Finance Packages Available

Complete Mechanical Solutions Ltd 95 St Johns Hill, Clapham, London SW11 1SY Tel: 020 3384 2482 Email: gh@ccsservices.com Year Joined: 2015 In-House: SZ

Condair PLC

Rustington Trading Estate, Artex Avenue, Rustington, West Sussex BN16 3LN Tel: 01903 850200 Email: tim.scott@condair.co.uk Web: www.condair.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1996 In-House: ISV Contracted Out: X Specialist Group: SFG

Contract Energy Management Ltd Unit 13, Brentford Business Centre, Commerce Road, Brentford, Middlesex TW8 8LG Tel: 020 8568 4655 Email: rossf@cemuk.com Web: www.cemuk.com Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2007 In-House: GIMSUVWXZ Contracted Out: CDE Specialist Group: SFG

Crystal Refrigeration

Crystal House, 4 Dolman Road, London W4 5UY Tel: 020 8994 9398 Email: harminder@crystalrefrigeration.co.uk Web: www.crystalrefrigeration.co.uk Contract Size: 3 Year Joined: 1996 In-House: ABINV Contracted Out: X

Crystal Sigma Ltd

657 North Circular Road, London NW2 7AY Tel: 020 8452 3030 Email: samir@crystalsigma.com Web: www.crystalsigma.com Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2008 In-House: ABLSV Contracted Out: INT Specialist Group: RACHP

Current Development Ltd

D G Robson Mechanical Services Ltd

Cool Systems Air Conditioning Ltd Air Conditioning installation Systems House, Horndon Industrial Park Station Road, West Horndon Brentwood, Essex CM13 3XL Tel: 01277 810 050 Email: contactus@csgroup.co.uk Website: www.csairconditioning.co.uk • HVAC Specialists • Surveys and Estimates • Installation and Commissioning • R22 Replacement • Mechanical Projects

Domino Building Services Ltd

Solution Point, Unit 12, Guildford Road Trading Estate, Farnham, Surrey GU9 9PZ Tel: 01252 732345 Email: pcarpenter@dominobuildingservices.co.uk Web: www.dominobuildingservices.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1993 In-House: ABGMNSUV Contracted Out: FIJKLTWXYZ Specialist Group: SFG

Dornan Engineering Services Ltd 114a Cromwell Road, London SW7 4ES Tel: 020 7340 1030 Email: robert.feaheny@dornan.ie Web: www.dornan.ie Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 2010 In-House: GHKLMNOPQRZ Contracted Out: ABFISTUVWXY

E East West Connect Ltd

Unit 5, Silicone Business Centre, 28 Wadsworth Road, Perivale, Middlesex UB6 7JZ Tel: 0845 6014184 Email: paul.fitzgerald@eastwestconnect.com Web: www.eastwestelectric.com Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2012 In-House: ABCDEGHIJMNRSVZ Contracted Out: KLOPQTUWY Specialist Group: HAPS

7 Beechwood Rise, Chislehurst, Kent BR7 6TF Tel: 020 8295 2295 Email: jim.kitson@currentdevelopment.co.uk Web: www.currentdevelopment.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 1998 In-House: ACEGIMNSV Contracted Out: BHTUYZ Specialist Group: RACHP

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Claremore Mechanical Services Ltd

31 Grangewood Street, East Ham, London E6 1HB Tel: 020 8552 5124 Email: gavin.pykerman@claremore.co.uk Web: www.claremore.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 1995 In-House: ABGHIJLMSVW Contracted Out: CDETUZ Specialist Group: SFG

Unit 33 IO Centre, Armstrong Road, London SE18 6RS Tel: 020 8853 9580 Email: tim.bonny@delatim.co.uk Web: www.delatim.co.uk In-House: ACGIZ Contracted Out: X

Tenter House, 45 Moorfields, London EC2Y 9AE Tel: 020 7997 7550 Email: danny.robson@dgrmechanical.com Web: www.dgrmechanical.com Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 2009 In-House: GIJKM Contracted Out: ABCDEFLNOPQRTUVWYZ

Darenth Valley Building Services Ltd

Clive House, Cray Road, Crockenhill, Kent BR8 8LN Tel: 01322 615665 Email: jonathon@darenthvalley.co.uk Web: www.darenthvalley.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2009 In-House: ABGJLNS Contracted Out: CEIMTUWXYZ Specialist Group: SFG

Eastern Fabrications Building Services Ltd (efabs) 4 Horsecroft Place, The Pinnacles Harlow, Essex CM19 5BT Tel: 01279 454609 Email: info@efabs.co.uk Website: www.efabs.com

We are a forward thinking customer focused business, delivering a wide range of Mechanical, Plumbing and Electrical installations to various commercial businesses in the South East. We offer high quality installations using skilled tradesmen which allows projects to be completed to the highest standards and within set timescales. A considerable amount of our work is through repeat business and recommendations.


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Eaton Air Ltd

Unit 7 Curtis Farm, High Road, Fobbing, Stanford-le-Hope, Essex SS17 9JJ Tel: 0800 1182778 Email: lisa@eatonair.com Web: www.eatonair.com Year Joined: 2014 In-House: ABCEILS Specialist Group: RACHP

Edge DBS Ltd

2nd Floor, 76-77 Watling Street, London EC4M 9BJ Tel: 020 7904 1033 Email: dsmith@edgedbs.co.uk Web: www.edgedbs.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2009 In-House: ACEGIJMUV Contracted Out: X

Elmec (Southern) Ltd

1 Wharf Road, Gravesend, Kent DA12 2RU Tel: 01474 360390 Email: kevin.gray@emspipework.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2005 In-House: GKM Contracted Out: X

Elmstead Mechanical Services Ltd

Kings Yard, 1 Waterden Road, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London E15 2GP Tel: 020 8221 6530 Email: jaz.gaberria@engie.com Web: www.engie.com Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2007 In-House: ABS Specialist Group: RACHP, SFG

1st Floor - Bates Business Centre, The Old Brickworks, Church Road, Harold Wood, Essex RM3 0JF Tel: 020 8290 0317 Email: ian@elmstead.co.uk Web: www.elmstead.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1989 In-House: ABNOS Contracted Out: CDEGILMPRTUVWYZ

Emerald House Global Engineering Ltd

Edmund Services Limited

Unit B Braintree Industrial Estate, Braintree Road, Ruislip, Middlesex HA4 0EJ Tel: 020 8839 2640 Email: dmullins@ehge.co.uk Web: www.ehge.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2001 In-House: ABCEFGIMSTUVYZ Contracted Out: X Specialist Group: RACHP

12 Saxon House, Warley Street Upminster, Essex RM14 3PJ Tel: 01708 222221 Fax: 01708 224460 Email: sales@edmundservices.com Website: www.edmundservices.com We are a building services provider specialising in planned maintenance and project work to all forms of building engineering expertise and to our client’s specification. We provide cover 24 hours a day, 365 days a year with an emergency call out service response within 2 hours and around the clock responsibility for the efficient operation of building services systems. • Air Conditioning • Electrical • Mechanical • Ventilation • Heating • Installation • Maintenance • Controls Visit our website at www.edmundservices.com

Elco Building Services Ltd

Suite D1 St Meryl, Delta Gain, Carpenters Park, Watford, Hertfordshire WD19 5EF Tel: 020 8421 6196 Email: dwest@elcobuildingservices.co.uk Web: www.elcobuildingservices.co.uk Contract Size: 2 Year Joined: 2005 In-House: FGHJMSTUZ Contracted Out: VWY Specialist Group: SFG

EMS (Installations) Ltd

6 Lagoon Road, Orpington, Kent BR5 3QX Tel: 020 8331 2960 Email: ggatehouse@elmecsouthern.com Web: www.elmecsouthern.com Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1995 In-House: DEGHIMYZ Contracted Out: ABCFKLNOPQRSTUVWX

Emerald House Global Engineering Ltd

ENGIE FM Ltd

Essci Technical Services Ltd

Imtech House, 33-35 Woodthorpe Road, Ashford, Middlesex TW15 2RP Tel: 01784 229900 Email: ian.bolster@imtech.co.uk Web: www.imtech.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 2009 In-House: I Contracted Out: ABCDEGHJKLMNOPQRSTUVWYZ

Essex Services Group PLC

Viking Business Centre, Danes Road, Romford, Essex RM7 0HL Tel: 01708 708888 Email: eemrich@esgplc.com Web: www.esgplc.com Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 2005 In-House: FGIJKMNRSVZ Contracted Out: ABCDELTUWXY Specialist Group: HAPS

26 Wallenger Avenue, Romford, Essex RM2 6ER Tel: 01708 301234 Email: justinblue@essexventilationservices.co.uk Web: www.essexventilationservices.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2014 In-House: ACDEST Contracted Out: BIVX Specialist Group: DWG

F Falconswift Environmental Ltd Unit 20, Patch Park Farm, Abridge, Romford, Essex RM4 1AA Tel: 0844 474 2216 Email: titus.w@falconswift.co.uk Web: www.falconswift.co.uk Year Joined: 2012 In-House: ST Contracted Out: X Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Farmwood M&E Services Ltd Specialists In Ventilation And IAQ Unit A4, St Georges Business Park, Castle Road, Sittingbourne Kent ME10 3TB Tel: 01795 857840 Email: info@farmwood.co.uk New website: www.farmwood.co.uk

Established as a limited company in 2002 by a team who had been providing M&E – HVAC surveys, servicing and installations.

Unit B, Braintree Industrial Estate Braintree Road, Ruislip, Middlesex HA4 0EJ Tel: 020 8839 2640 Fax: 020 8839 2641 Email: us@ehge.co.uk Website: www.ehge.co.uk EHGE is a leading Building Services Integration Specialist, with almost 20 years’ experience at UK Airports and across TFL, in particular within London Underground. We offer premium quality mechanical, electrical and cabled services installation and maintenance, using high calibre engineers.

Essex Ventilation Services Ltd

Essex Services Group PLC

Viking Business Centre Danes Road, Romford, Essex RM7 0HL Tel: 01708 708888 Email: info@esgplc.com Website: www.esgplc.com

Our talent is undertaking building services led refurbishment projects. Fast to react, we are highly versatile with particular experience in security sensitive, high-specification and 24/7 operational environments.

ESGPLC are a progressive, multidisciplined business, founded in 1975. Celebrating a milestone year, having made our mark withing a range of industry sectors the name of Essex Services Group is synonymous with professionally engineered solutions.

We pride ourselves in delivering tailored projects working collaboratively with our clients, consistently and cost effectively aiming for whole-life energy efficiency and maintainability using our expertise in value engineering and green technologies.

Success of our business is built upon steady growth and retention of our core family values. Commitment, Trust, Responsibility and Vision are key to our future development allowing us to offer complete life-cycle solutions to our clients. To provide this, our in-house design and Cad teams are on hand to develop the perfect scheme, supporting our dedicated and professional site based teams.

We have enjoyed rapid growth and are proud to be service agents for multiple Major UK Ventilation manufacturers for Commercial & Domestic applications. Our reputation and fantastic team have fed our growth. We employ only highly skilled engineers with considerable experience with CSCS, DBS, F Gas, Gas Safe, NICEIC, BPEC (NICEIC Ventilation), ISO 9001, OHSAS 18001. Fully Insured & Accredited. Swale Business 2015 runner up, shortlisted finalists for the 2016 award. “New” IAQ research, development, smart tech and workshops available.

Fire Protection Ltd

Flamebar House, South Road, Templefields, Harlow, Essex CM20 2AR Tel: 01279 634230 Email: alankinnear@fireprotection.co.uk Web: www.fireprotection.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1994 In-House: CESXY Contracted Out: D Specialist Group: DWG

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Fletchers Facilities Ltd

Jubilee Lodge (First Floor), 21 Jubilee Way, Chessington, Surrey KT9 1TR Tel: 020 8391 2972 Email: mikef@ffl11.co.uk Web: www.cfletchersons.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 1982 In-House: GKLMSWZ Contracted Out: ABCDENTUV

Fredericks (Mechanical Services) Ltd 2 Park Road, Dartford, Kent DA1 1SL Tel: 01322 288101 Email: mail@fmsluk.com Web: www.fmsluk.com Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1988 In-House: GJKMNRSV Contracted Out: ABCDEFHILOPQTUWXYZ Specialist Group: HAPS

GEM Environmental Building Services Ltd

Unit 121 - 122 Omega Works, 4 Roach Road, London E3 2PF Tel: 020 8985 0409 Email: gary.martin@gemebs.com Web: www.gem-ebs.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2003 In-House: GHJMUVWZ Contracted Out: ACDEFIKLY Specialist Group: SFG

Gratte Brothers Ltd

2 Regents Wharf, All Saints Street, London N1 9RL Tel: 020 7837 6433 Email: ahills@gratte.com Web: www.gratte.com Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 1949 In-House: AGIMYZ Contracted Out: BCDELNOPRTUVW

Gratte Brothers Specialist Services Ltd

Fredericks (Mechanical Services) Ltd

2 Park Road, Dartford, Kent DA1 1SL Tel: 01322 288101 Fax: 01322 289483 Email: mail@fmsluk.com Website: www.fmsluk.com Specialists in Heating, Aircon and Industrial Pipework Surveys, Estimates and Reports. Co-ordination, Planning, Installation, Testing, Inspection and Commissioning of Building Services. Project Management, Refurbishment and Installation with fully Integrated and Co-ordinated Multi Service Packages. Planned Maintenance, all with a callout facility.

G G & D Higgins Mechanical Services Ltd

Masters House, 1 Marlborough Hill, Harrow, Middlesex HA1 1UX Tel: 020 8863 0003 Email: lindarose.higgins@gdhiggins.co.uk Web: www.commercial-heating.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1990 In-House: GHILMRSVX Contracted Out: EW

GBE Services Ltd

Unit 19, Mulberry Court, Bourne Road, Dartford, Kent DA1 4BF Tel: 020 7397 3708 Email: info@gbeltd.co.uk Web: www.gbe.ltd.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 2009 In-House: GJK

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2 Regents Wharf, All Saints Street, London N1 9RL Tel: 020 7837 6433 Email: ahills@gratte.com Web: www.gratte.com Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2004 In-House: GIMNOPRSXYZ Contracted Out: ABCDELTUVW Specialist Group: SFG

Grosvenor Facility Services Ltd Suite 6, Ensign House, Admirals Way, London E14 9XQ Tel: 020 3713 7783 Email: lgoddard@grosvenorservices.com Web: www.grosvenorservices.com Year Joined: 2015 In-House: ST Specialist Group: SFG

H H & V Building Services Ltd

The Old Dairy, 4 New Road, South Darenth, Dartford, Kent DA4 9AR Tel: 01322 420040 Email: enquiries@hvbuildingservices.co.uk Web: www.hvbuildingservices.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2002 In-House: ABCDEGLMNSTUWZ Contracted Out: V

Hargreaves

Unit 17, Central Park Trading Estate, Staines Road, Hounslow, Middlesex TW4 5DJ Tel: 020 8814 9577 Email: w.l.manage@mw-hargreaves.net Web: www.hargreaves-ductwork.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 1951 In-House: CIKVXY Contracted Out: ADEJLTUWZ Specialist Group: DWG

Harry Taylor of Ashton Ltd

Kitson's Works, Aylesbury Road, Bromley, Kent BR2 0QZ Tel: 020 8464 0915 Email: james@harrytaylor.co.uk Web: www.harrytaylor.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2008 In-House: GMX

Haydon Mechanical & Electrical Ltd City Reach, 5 Greenwich View Place, Docklands, London E14 9NN Tel: 020 7987 3555 Email: dave.cutler@haydonme.co.uk Web: www.haydonme.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 1991 In-House: GHIMSZ Contracted Out: L Specialist Group: HAPS

Henshall & Sheehy Support Services 5th Floor, Cromwell House, 14 Fulwood Place, London WC1V 6HZ Tel: 020 7242 5110 Email: shavoune@hssupport.co.uk Web: www.hssupport.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2010 In-House: ABCDFGHMSTUVWYZ Specialist Group: SFG

Holland Air Conditioning Ltd

Unit 8, Sovereign Business Centre, Stockingswater Lane, Enfield, Middlesex EN3 7JX Tel: 020 8443 0990 Email: james@munns.com Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 1996 In-House: ABDEGHLMNSTWZ Contracted Out: CFIJKOPQRUVXY Specialist Group: SFG

Hoveair (Maintenance Services) Ltd 24-26 Hermitage Lane, South Norwood, London SE25 5HH Tel: 020 8656 7744 Email: sarahcollins@hoveair.com Web: www.hoveair.com Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2009 In-House: ABGHLMNPS Specialist Group: SFG

Hoveair (Building Services) Ltd

24-26 Hermitage Lane, South Norwood, London SE25 5HH Tel: 020 8656 7744 Email: davidcollins@hoveair.com Web: www.hoveair.com Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2009 In-House: ABGHILMNPSUZ Contracted Out: CDETXY

HSL Group Ltd

The Beeches, Brighton Road, Lower Kingswood, Surrey KT20 6SY Tel: 01737 831810 Email: john@hslgroup.co.uk Web: www.hslgroup.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2002 In-House: ABGNSU Contracted Out: JLMTVWYZ Specialist Group: DWG, HAPS, RACHP, SFG

Huggins & Squire Ltd

Milton Keynes Business Centre, Foxhunter Drive, Linford Wood, Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire MK14 6GD Tel: 01908 698979 Email: gordoncollis@hugginsandsquire.co.uk Web: www.hugginsandsquire.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 1989 In-House: ABCDEIN Contracted Out: X Specialist Group: SFG

I Imtech Inviron Ltd

Facilities Management and Service, Deben House,1 Selsdon Way, City Harbour, Docklands, London E14 9GL Tel: 020 7515 5511 Email: david.webb@imtechinviron.co.uk Web: www.inviron.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 1983 Specialist Group: RACHP, SFG

Imtech Engineering Services London & South Ltd Imtech House, 33-35 Woodthorpe Road, Ashford, Middlesex TW15 2RP Tel: 01784 229900 Email: martin.mcevoy@imtechmeica.co.uk Web: www.imtechmeica.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 1996

Indepth Hygiene Services Ltd Indepth House, Wellesley Road, Sutton, Surrey SM2 5BW Tel: 020 8661 7888 Email: r.norman@indepthhygiene.co.uk Web: www.indepthhygiene.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 1996 In-House: EFT Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Innovation Air Conditioning & Building Services Ltd

Lansdowne Building, Lansdowne Road East Croydon, Surrey CR9 2ER Tel: 020 8263 6248 Fax: 002 8263 6110 Email: amitry@innovation-acbs.com Website: www.innovation-acbs.com Innovation Air Conditioning and Building Services Limited, are a leader in multidiscipline building services, which has built a strong reputation for excellence and commitment within the construction industry. Our team is highly experienced in providing a broad range of services which includes but not limited to: • Design and build mechanical services installations • Heating, Ventilation and air conditioning installations • Domestic Services and Public health installations • Service, maintenance and 24 Hour Call out Innovation works with Architects, project managers, consulting engineers and construction companies on all kinds of buildings and projects, ranging from offices (CAT A & B) leading retailers and restaurants to hospitals, and high class residential developments. We have a history of consistently achieving agreed time, cost and quality targets and for providing best value solutions.


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Innovation Air Conditioning & Building Services Ltd Lansdowne Building, Lansdowne Road, East Croydon, Surrey CR9 2ER Tel: 020 8263 6241 Email: amitry@innovation-acbs.com Web: www.innovation-acbs.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2000 In-House: ABGHIMN Contracted Out: CDEFKLSTUVWXYZ

Integral UK Ltd

1st Floor, Leo House, Railway Approach, Wallington, Surrey SM6 0DX Tel: 020 8544 3500 Email: martin.mccormack@integral.co.uk Web: www.integral.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2005 In-House: ABGHMNSYZ Contracted Out: CDEFIJKLOPQRTUVWX Specialist Group: SFG

Iver Technical Services Ltd

West World, West Gate, London W5 1DR Tel: 020 8998 0300 Email: john@ivertechnical.co.uk Web: www.ivertechnical.com Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2011 In-House: G Contracted Out: CDEIMOPQRV Specialist Group: SFG

Iyoha Associates Ltd

232 Malvern Avenue, Harrow, Middlesex HA2 9HE Tel: 020 8422 0694 Email: info@iyoha-associates.com Contract Size: 1 Year Joined: 2008 In-House: AGIMNSVZ Contracted Out: LTW

J J C Watson Refrigeration Ltd 4 Sylvan Court, Sylvan Way, Southfields Business Park, Basildon, Essex SS15 6TH Tel: 01708 864962 Email: john_l@jcwatson.co.uk Web: www.jcwatson.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1999 In-House: ABFGHIJKLMNRSUVYZ Contracted Out: CDEOPQTW Specialist Group: RACHP

J L Environmental Ltd

Unit 27, River Road Business Park, 33 River Road, Barking, Essex IG11 0EA Tel: 020 8507 2989 Email: jlenvironltd@aol.com Web: www.jlenvironmental.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 1991 In-House: ABNS Contracted Out: CEGHITUVWZ Specialist Group: RACHP, SFG

J O'Connor Ltd

Unit 2, Horizon Trade Park, Ringway, London N11 2NW Tel: 020 8920 4930 Email: mail@joconnor.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 1990 In-House: GHILMOPRSUWZ Contracted Out: TVY Specialist Group: SFG

J W Contract Services Ltd

Unit 6, Park Road Industrial Estate, Swanley, Kent BR8 8AH Tel: 01322 669921 Email: jw@jwcontractservices.co.uk Web: www.jwcontracservices.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2005 In-House: ABCEGHNS Contracted Out: ILMTUVWXZ Specialist Group: RACHP

JCH London Ltd

154 Stonheouse Street, Clapham, London SW4 6BE Tel: 020 7622 0937 Email: jack@jchlondon.co.uk Web: www.jchlondon.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2011 In-House: AGHILMNV Contracted Out: BOPWZ Specialist Group: HAPS, RACHP

Joe Storey and Assoc Ltd

123 Harris Way, Sunbury-On-Thames, Middlesex TW16 7EL Tel: 01932 780321 Email: allan@jsaservice.com Web: www.jsaservice.com Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1995 In-House: ABCSX Specialist Group: RACHP

Jones Lang Lasalle Services Ltd 30 Warwick Street, London W1B 5NH Tel: 020 7493 6040 Email: Steve.watkins@eu.jll.com Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2010 In-House: S Specialist Group: SFG

Jones Lang Lasalle Engineering Services Ltd

31 Warwick Street, London W1B 5NH Tel: 020 7493 6040 Email: Steve.watkins@eu.jll.com Year Joined: 2014 In-House: S Contracted Out: X Specialist Group: SFG

Kershaw Contracting Services Ltd

Unit 2-3, Lewis Industrial Estate, Wheatley Terrace Road, Erith, Kent DA8 2AP Tel: 01223 828566 Email: paul.meek@kershaw-grp.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2001 In-House: GHLMNOPRZ Contracted Out: AB

Kirkfields Heating Services Ltd

1 Chase Side Place, Enfield, Middlesex EN2 6QA Tel: 020 8367 7222 Email: kirkfields@btconnect.com Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 1996 In-House: GHMNS Contracted Out: ABTWZ Specialist Group: HAPS

Knightsbridge Property Services Ltd Airport House, Purley Way, Croydon, Surrey CR0 0XZ Tel: 020 8253 4588 Email: donna.shelley@kpsltd.co.uk Web: www.knightsbridgeproperty.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2005 In-House: HLNZ Contracted Out: ABEGIMVX Specialist Group: HAPS

Knightsbridge Building Services Ltd Airport House, Purley Way, Croydon, Surrey CR0 0XZ Tel: 020 8253 4588 Email: simon.cowdery@kpsltd.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2013 In-House: AGHIJLMNSVYZ Contracted Out: B

Kylemore Services Ltd

Heron House, 109 Wembley Hill Road, London HA9 8DA Tel: 020 8795 1083 Email: michaelq@kylemore.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2002 In-House: GHM Contracted Out: AIZ Specialist Group: HAPS

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K & T Heating Services Ltd

Lewis Duct Clean Ltd

Thames House, Stone Foundries Estate, 669 Woolwich Road, London SE7 8LH Tel: 020 8269 4500 Email: darren.miller@ktheating.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2002 In-House: H Contracted Out: INO Specialist Group: HAPS

KCE FM Ltd

25 Bowling Green Lane, London EC1R 0BF Tel: 020 7278 7997 Email: callum.yates@kcefm.co.uk Web: www.kcefm.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2002 In-House: ABGIMSUVWYZ Contracted Out: FJKLT Specialist Group: HAPS

Unit 4, Bromley Industrial Estate, Waldo Road, Bromley, Kent BR1 2WD Tel: 020 3011 0234 Email: tina@lewisductclean.co.uk Web: www.lewisductclean.co.uk Contract Size: 3 Year Joined: 2009 In-House: EIT Contracted Out: A Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Lorne Stewart PLC

Stewart House, Kenton Road, Harrow, Middlesex HA3 9TU Tel: 020 8732 2000 Email: p.mathew@lornestewart.co.uk Web: www.lornestewart.com Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 1988 In-House: ABFGHIJKLMNOPQRUVWYZ Contracted Out: CDE Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Lorne Stewart PLC

Southern Division, Stewart House, Kenton Road, Harrow, Middlesex HA3 9TU Tel: 020 8732 2000 Email: lee.burgess@lorne.stewart.co.uk Web: www.lornestewart.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 1988 In-House: ABEFGILMNOPQRUVWYZ Contracted Out: CDH Specialist Group: SFG

Lorne Stewart Services

Lorne Stewart Services, Stewart House, Kenton Road, Harrow, Middlesex HA3 9TU Tel: 020 8732 2000 Email: paul.cartwright@lorne.stewart.co.uk Web: www.lornestewart.com Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1988 In-House: ABJLNSTZ Contracted Out: X Specialist Group: SFG

M M J Ferguson Ltd

3 Lakeview House, Lake Meadows Office Village, Woodbrook Crescent, Billericay, Essex CM12 0EQ Tel: 01277 633400 Email: lhensman@mjferguson.co.uk Web: www.mjferguson.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1996 In-House: GLMSZ Contracted Out: ABCDEFHJKNTUWY Specialist Group: SFG

Macair FMI Ltd

Unit 11, Maple Park, Essex Road, Hoddesdon, Hertfordshire EN11 0EX Tel: 01992 478100 Email: rob@macair.co.uk Web: www.macair.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2010 In-House: ABFGHIMNSV Contracted Out: CDEJKLTUWYZ Specialist Group: RACHP

Maracom Ltd

Unit 6, Alpine Way, London Industrial Park, London E6 6LA Tel: 020 7987 8550 Email: jo.horlick@maracom.co.uk Web: www.maracom.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 1982 In-House: GMUV Contracted Out: IWZ Specialist Group: SFG

Mastercool Air Conditioning Specialists

220 Main Road, Romford, Essex RM2 5HA Tel: 01708 732700 Email: rick@mastercool.co.uk Web: www.mastercool.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2010 In-House: ABDEN Contracted Out: C Specialist Group: RACHP

Maven Services

Penhurst House, 352 Battersea Park Road, London SW11 3BY Tel: 020 7395 2500 Email: catherine@maven-services.com Year Joined: 2014 In-House: ABE Specialist Group: SFG

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Maze Engineering Ltd

67 Clerkenwell Road, Clerkenwell House, London EC1R 5BL Tel: 020 7421 4410 Email: maze@maze-engineering.co.uk Web: www.maze-engineering.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2005 In-House: ABGHI Contracted Out: CELSTUVWX

McDonald Brown Ltd

7 Eastbury Road, London Industrial Park, Beckton, London E6 6LP Tel: 020 7511 8899 Email: b.bones@mcdonaldbrownltd.co.uk Web: www.mcdonaldbrownltd.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1986 In-House: ABCGIMNSTV Specialist Group: SFG

MC-Squared Mechanical Services Ltd 220 Main Road, Romford, Essex RM2 5HS Tel: 01708 732700 Email: rick@mcsltd.eu Year Joined: 2015 In-House: GHS

Mechanical Services Ltd

Merlin House, 606 Purley Way, Croydon, Surrey CR0 4RF Tel: 020 8681 8782 Email: gerry@mechserv.co.uk Web: www.mechserv.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2002 In-House: GIJMZ Contracted Out: ABCDEFKLNOPSTUVWY

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Metropolitan Mechanical Services Ltd Unit 23, Greenwich Centre Business Park, 53 Norman Road, Greenwich, London SE10 9QF Tel: 020 8293 4943 Email: derek.pettitt@mservices.co.uk Year Joined: 2014 In-House: ACGM Specialist Group: SFG

Michael J Lonsdale Ltd

Unit 1 Langley Quay, Waterside Drive, Langley, Slough, Berkshire SL3 6EY Tel: 01753 588750 Email: mark.heath@michaellonsdale.com Web: www.michaellonsdale.com Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 1989 In-House: EG Contracted Out: ABCDHJKRUWYZ

Michael J Lonsdale Ltd

22-24 Cowper Street, London EC2A 4AP Tel: 0845 241 6622 Email: arthur.lander@michaellonsdale.com Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 1989 In-House: GHIJMNOPZ Contracted Out: ABCDEFKLUVWY

MLK Cleaning Services Ltd

4c Burleigh Parade, Southgate,, London N14 5AD Tel: 07883 525872 Email: mlkcleaningservices@yahoo.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2014 In-House: EX Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

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Oakray Ltd

Norton Mechanical Ltd

Stadium Business Park, Castle Rd, Sittingbourne, Kent ME10 3BG Tel: 01795 382120 Fax: 01795 382124 Email: admins@norton-group.co.uk Website: www.norton-group.co.uk Norton Mechanical are based in both Kent and London offering a wide variety of high quality installations and maintenance of both mechanical and electrical services. We have a portfolio of varying projects from £5,000 to £15,000 spanning multi property residential sites to hospitals, schools and hotels. Norton Mechanical work both on traditional contracts and design & building delivered from concept to completion utilising our own in-house design team. Norton Mechanical is supported by its own in house service and maintenance team, Norton Technical Maintenance, whom undertake both reactive and planned maintenance on a 24hr basis using our own employed labour.

N C S Plumbing & Heating Services Ltd 440 Larkshall Road, Highams Park, Chingford, London E4 9HH Tel: 020 8523 3103 Email: info@ncsplumbing.co.uk Web: www.ncsplumbing.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1989 In-House: DEGHIJLMNORSTVWYZ Contracted Out: ABCPU Specialist Group: HAPS, SFG

N G Bailey Ltd

Metro Heating and Air Conditioning Services Ltd Unit 5 Clearways Business Estate London Road, West Kingsdown Kent TN15 6ES Tel: 01474 852933 Email: metrohac@gmail.com Website: www.metroheating.uk

Third Floor, Angel Building, 407 St John Street, London EC1V 4AB Tel: 020 7843 0200 Email: paul.jaggard@ngbailey.co.uk Web: www.ngbailey.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 1983 In-House: GIJKMOPRSUVXZ Contracted Out: CDEFHLTWY

N G Bailey Ltd

We specialise in commercial servicing and maintenance of heating and air conditioning systems throughout London and the home counties tailored to specific requirements.

Unit 14-16 Theale Lakes Business Park, Moulden Way, Sulhamstead, Reading, Berkshire RG7 4GB Tel: 0118 930 1300 Email: stuart.linington@ngbailey.co.uk Web: www.baileymaintenance.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 1983 In-House: ABFGHIKMOPRSUVYZ Contracted Out: CDETW Specialist Group: SFG

NBC (Air Conditioning) Ltd

Installation & Service Office, 117a Darnley Road, Gravesend, Kent DA11 0SH Tel: 01474 322889 Email: jason@nbcairconditioning.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2006 In-House: AGXZ Specialist Group: RACHP

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Glasgow Stud, Burnt Farm Ride, Enfield, Middlesex EN2 9DY Tel: 020 8370 4500 Email: lkhan@oakrays.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2002 In-House: EGHKLMRSVWZ Contracted Out: ABCDFINOPTUXY

Oriental Hong Kong Ltd

65 Russell Road, Enfield, Middlesex EN1 4TW Tel: 07946 589303 Email: ohkfire@yahoo.com Contract Size: 2 Year Joined: 2015 In-House: T Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Orlanix Ltd

21 - 23 Oakdene Road, Redhill, Surrey RH1 6BT Tel: 01737 763999 Email: robert.mclean@orlanix.com Web: www.orlanix.com Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2005 In-House: IUZ Specialist Group: SFG

P Parker Bromley Ltd

Parker House, Elmcroft Road, Orpington, Kent BR6 0HZ Tel: 0845 6121710 Email: enq@parkerbromley.co.uk Web: www.parkerbromley.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1979 In-House: ABCDEGHILMNOPQRSUVWXYZ Specialist Group: HAPS

Phoenix ME Ltd NWG Building Services Ltd

Suite 2 Western House, 19 Western Road, Billericay, Essex CM12 9DY Tel: 01277230449 Fax: 01277280639 Email: info@nwgbuildingservices.co.uk Website: www.nwgbuildingservices.co.uk NWG Building Services specialise in the design, installation, commissioning and maintenance of mechanical building services within commercial, industrial & high end residential markets.We operate mainly within London and the South East but can cover all parts of the country. We have carried out high quality installations through our network of skilled tradesmen since 2009. NWG Building Services has continued to grow each year mainly from repeat business with our client base. Health & Safety and Quality of works are incredibly important to us and to ensure standards are continuously upheld, we employ fully trained supervisors / site managers and project managers to oversee all works. We are FGas registered and are approved installers for Mitsubishi & Daikin equipment as well as accredited by CHAS & Safe Contractor.

Central House, 25 Camperdown Street, London E1 8DZ Tel: 020 7422 1900 Email: colinmint@phoenixme.co.uk Web: www.phoenixelectrical.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2009 In-House: GHIMNOPQRVZ Contracted Out: ABCDEJLSTUWY

Pilon Ltd

Ashurst Manor, Church Lane, Ascot, Berkshire SL5 7DD Tel: 01344 206800 Email: marketing@pilon.co.uk Web: www.pilon.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2010 In-House: H Contracted Out: O Specialist Group: HAPS


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Platinum Mechanical Ltd

PIP - Mechanical & Electrical Engineers & Contractors London office: Suite 1.01, 1 Exchange Tower Harbour Exchange, London E14 9GE Tel: 01268 541 651 Fax: 01268 546 625 Website: www.pip.uk.com

We offer a range of services from plant replacement, shell and core to full client specification fit out for all M&E Services including design, management, installation, commission, service and maintenance. Our experience and expertise is in many sectors of the services industry; financial, industrial, retail, education, data centres, public, health, entertainment, construction and property. We believe in the use of innovative solutions, latest technologies and our market awareness to benefit our clients in the use of their assets and property. Our aim is to deliver the highest level of quality maintaining a safe, efficient environment for the best possible value.

Platinum Facilities & Maintenance Services Ltd

Rooms 307 & 308, Third Floor, 1 Alie Street, London E1 8DE Tel: 020 7977 5650 Email: malcolm.frost@pfms.co.uk Web: www.pfms.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2006 In-House: ABFGIMSUVWYZ Contracted Out: KT Specialist Group: SFG

71-75 Shelton Street, Covent Garden, London WC2H 9JQ Tel: 020 7470 8763 Email: info@pmechltd.co.uk Year Joined: 2015 In-House: DGHJ

Polyteck Building Services Ltd Polyteck House, 143 Leman Street, London E1 8EY Tel: 020 7481 0222 Email: costas@polyteck.co.uk Web: www.polyteck.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 2011 In-House: ABGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWYZ Contracted Out: CDEF Specialist Group: SFG

Premier Mechanical Installations Ltd Premier House, Unit 135 Clock Tower Road, Harrow, Isleworth, Middlesex TW7 6DT Tel: 020 8560 7419 Email: dan@pmi-ltd.co.uk Web: www.pmi-ltd.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2009 In-House: GIJKMNOR Contracted Out: X

Principle Property Services Ltd

Penine House, 28 Leman Street, London E1 8ER Tel: 020 7702 4084 Email: robert.firth@ppsmaintenance.co.uk Web: www.ppsmaintenance.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2008 In-House: ABSZ Contracted Out: ILTUVWXY Specialist Group: SFG

Proactive Commercial Maintenance Ltd

Unit 1C, 25 Ashley Road, Tottenham Hale, London N17 9LJ Tel: 020 8493 7980 Email: hello@proactivecm.co.uk Web: www.commercialmaintenance.co.uk Year Joined: 2015 In-House: ACEGIS Specialist Group: SFG

Psychro Management Ltd

Platinum Mechanical Limited 71-75 Shelton Street, London WC2H 9JQ Tel: 020 7470 8763 Email: info@pmechltd.co.uk About Us Platinum Mechanical Ltd was founded in 2011 and the company has been involved in numerous building projects around London which has provided installation of mechanical services.

51-53 Brockley Cross Bus Cntre, 96 Endwell Road, London SE4 2PD Tel: 0333 222 4462 Email: rob@psychro.co.uk Web: www.psychro.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 1991 In-House: ASW Contracted Out: BCEFGLMTUVYZ Specialist Group: SFG

Puma Building Services Ltd

Q Quintex Systems Ltd

40 Ivanhoe Road, Hogwood Industrial Estate, Finchampstead, Berkshire RG40 4QQ Tel: 0118 973 9310 Email: peter.evans@quintex.co.uk Web: www.quintex.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2014 In-House: EFU Contracted Out: X Specialist Group: DWG, SFG, VHB

Quotehedge Ltd

182 Revelstoke Road, London SW18 5NW Tel: 020 8944 6990 Email: info@quotehedge-heating.co.uk Web: www.quotehedge-heating.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 1989 In-House: GHIMSW Contracted Out: ACDEFKLNTUYZ

R RDS

Commerce House, 1 Raven Road, South Woodford, London E18 1HB Tel: 020 8270 8877 Email: lisa@rdsprojects.co.uk Web: www.rdsprojects.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2008 In-House: CDE Contracted Out: AB Specialist Group: DWG

Ream Contracts Ltd

REL Building Services Limited 3 Twelvetrees Business Park Twelevetrees Crescent, London E3 3JQ Tel: 020 7515 5154 Fax: 020 7515 5710 Email: office@rel.uk.com Website: www.relbuildingservices.co.uk

Established over 60 years ago, REL is a family-owned business providing mechanical and electrical packages to clients in the industrial, commercial, leisure, educational, and residential sectors. Our success is based on the same principles that have always guided our business: tailored solutions delivered with a clear emphasis on quality, technical excellence and expert project management, ensuring our clients keep their schemes on programme and within budget. Our mechanical services expertise includes:

• Design and install of HVAC systems • Services for commercial, industrial and residential properties • Rainwater harvesting • Air conditioning systems • Heating including CHP biomass boilers • Sprinkler systems • Medical gases • Drainage systems

Unit 4, Merlin House, 2 West Road, Harlow, Essex CM20 2GB Tel: 01279 881857 Email: alison@reamcontracts.com Web: www.reamcontracts.com Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2009 In-House: GHIJMNSVZ Contracted Out: ABCDEFKLOPQRTUWY

REL Electrical Ltd

Unit 3 Twelvetrees Bus's Park, Twelvetrees Crescent, London E3 3JQ Tel: 020 7515 5154 Email: dave.taylor@rel.uk.com Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2013 In-House: GHLMNZ Contracted Out: ABCDEFIJKOPQRUVWY Specialist Group: HAPS

Right Management Services Ltd

Ground Floor, The Old Bakery, 10 Back Road, Sidcup, Kent DA14 6HA Tel: 0330 122 7850 Website: www.rightmanagementservices.co.uk Safely producing high quality, environmentally considerate commercial, residential and industrial pipework installations to be proud of, for over twenty years.

Unit 2, 30 Thames Road, Barking, Essex IG11 0HZ Tel: 020 8507 1122 Email: steve@pumabuilding.com Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 1989 In-House: ABEN Contracted Out: CGILMTUVWZ

Services Installation field, the company provides: • Domestic Water Services • Heating & Chilled Pipework • Rainwater Pipework Installation • Drainage • Dry Risers • Air conditioning

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Sepam UK Ltd

Risby Air Conditioning Princes Road, Bourne End Bucks SL8 5HZ Tel: 01628 850123 Fax: 01628 850122 Email: info@risby.co.uk Website: www.risby.co.uk

Risby Air Conditioning is able to provide a complete support package for maintenance or installation of all building engineering services. Established in 1949, we can tailor engineering services support for everything from a single split system to total building facilities management and refurbishment. We are based in Bourne End, Buckinghamshire with easy access to the M4, M40 and M25. We provide 24 hour breakdown cover for contract holders. We are Building and Engineering Services Association members (formerly HVCA), FGas Registered, Gas Safe registered and members of SafeContractor.

Office 201, Q West, Great West Road, Brentford, Middlesex TW8 0GP Tel: 020 3176 0167 Email: gmills@sepam.com Year Joined: 2014 In-House: AGX Specialist Group: SFG

Servest Building Services Ltd

Building 6, Suites 4, 6 & 8, Croxley Green Business Park, Hatters Lane, Watford, Hertfordshire WD18 8YH Tel: 01923 711331 Email: lcowell@servest.co.uk Web: www.servest.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2003 In-House: ABGJLMNSUYZ Contracted Out: CDEFIKTVW Specialist Group: SFG

SES (Engineering Services) Ltd

One Euston Square, 40 Melton Street, London NW1 2FD Tel: 020 7380 1800 Email: pgavin@ses-ltd.co.uk Web: www.ses-ltd.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 1976 In-House: ABCDEGHIMNOPQRSTV Contracted Out: FJKLUWXYZ

Shelbourne Letheby & Co Ltd

154 New Kings Road, Fulham, London SW6 4LZ Tel: 020 7736 4211 Email: shelbournelethe@aol.com Contract Size: 2 Year Joined: 1957 In-House: GHIMV Specialist Group: HAPS

Silverlife Ltd Rotary Southern Ltd

Rotary House, Breakspear Road, Ruislip, Middlesex HA4 7ST Tel: 01895 674264 Email: phill.laidlaw@rotarygroup.com Web: www.hastieggroup.company/ rotarygroupunitedkingdom Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 1981 In-House: GHIJMVZ Contracted Out: ABCEFKLNRUWY

S S W Bruce & Co Ltd

Unit 1a, Dominion Trading Estate, Goodwin Road, London N9 0BG Tel: 020 8807 1089 Email: susannapichin@swbruce.co.uk Web: www.swbruce.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2013 In-House: BGHIMSZ Specialist Group: RACHP

Saker Controls Ltd

Bicester Innovation Centre, Commerce House, Telford Road, Bicester, Oxfordshire OX26 4LD Tel: 01869 255754 Email: becci@sakeruk.com Web: www.multi-tech-ltd.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2004 In-House: S Specialist Group: SFG

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Warnford Court, 29 Throgmorton Street, London EC2N 2AT Tel: 020 794 74084 Email: dan@silverlife.co.uk Web: www.silverlife.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2008 In-House: ABCDEGHILMNSZ Contracted Out: TUVWY Specialist Group: HAPS, RACHP, SFG

Skanska Rashleigh Weatherfoil Ltd

Sowga Ltd

Units 1 & 2, Broomers Hill Park, Codmore Hill, Pulborough, West Sussex RH20 2RY Tel: 0844 770 3190 Email: aaron@sowga.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2013 In-House: ABGLMNSUWXYZ Contracted Out: CET Specialist Group: SFG

Specialist Hygiene Services Ltd

Unit 9, Trade City, Brooklands Close, Sunbury on Thames, Middlesex TW16 7FD Tel: 01932 787048 Email: jbrennanshs@aol.com Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2004 In-House: ET Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Spie Ltd

2nd Floor, 33 Gracechurch Street, London EC3V 0BT Tel: 020 7105 2300 Email: george.adams@spie.com Web: www.spieuk.com Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1965 In-House: AGIS Contracted Out: X Specialist Group: SFG

SSE Contracting Ltd

Bourne Valley Road, Branksome, Poole, Hampshire BH12 1DZ Tel: 01202 784966 Email: mark.thomas@ssecontracting.com Web: www.ssecontracting.com Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2013 In-House: BGHJMQZ Contracted Out: CEN Specialist Group: SFG

Staward Engineering Ltd

189a Livingstone Road, Thornton Heath, Surrey CR7 8JZ Tel: 020 8771 7377 Email: staward@btconnect.com Web: www.stawardengineering.com Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2000 In-House: HJN Contracted Out: ACEGIMTUVWXYZ

Hollywood House, Church Street East, Woking, Surrey GU21 6HJ Tel: 01923 722700 Email: rob.lambert@skanska.co.uk Web: www.skanska.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 1947 In-House: IJKOPQRSX Contracted Out: ABCDEFGHLMNTUVWYZ Specialist Group: SFG

Swiftclean Building Services

Southern Mechanical Services Ltd

85 Gloucester Road, Croydon, Surrey CR0 2DN Tel: 020 8689 2950 Email: rayaustin@sipsgroup.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2010 In-House: GILMUVWZ

67 Clerkenwell Road, London EC1R 5BL Tel: 020 8452 4080 Email: info@swiftline.co.uk Web: www.swiftline.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2003 In-House: ABCEGIMNVYZ

Sovereign FM Ltd

Sykes & Son Ltd

Ground Floor, 34 Southwark Bridge Road, London SE1 9EU Tel: 020 7202 2640 Email: kwebster@sovereignfm.org Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2001 In-House: ABEGJLMNXZ Contracted Out: FTUWY Specialist Group: SFG

Aviation Way, Southend-On-Sea, Essex SS2 6UN Tel: 0800 243 471 Email: g.nicholls@swiftclean.co.uk Web: www.swiftclean.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1996 In-House: TVW Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Swiftline Engineering Ltd

42 Essex Street, London WC2R 3JF Tel: 020 7353 9651 Email: mbaston@sykes1759.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2009 In-House: ABGIJMNOPQRSVZ Contracted Out: CDEFKLTUWY Specialist Group: SFG

Systems & Solutions Ltd t/a Cleanheat

Unit 15 City Busines Centre, 25 Lower Road, London SE16 2XB Tel: 020 7793 4002 Email: mail@cleanheat.co.uk Web: www.cleanheat.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2013 In-House: ABGLMQSVW Contracted Out: CETUXYZ Specialist Group: SFG

T T Clarke PLC

45 Moorfields, London EC2Y 9AE Tel: 020 7997 7400 Email: mike.crowder@tclarke.co.uk Web: www.tclarke.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 1999 In-House: ABCEGHILMNUVWZ Contracted Out: DX

T Clarke South East Ltd

F1 St George Business Park, Castle Road, Sittingbourne, Kent ME10 3TB Tel: 01795 432725 Email: stephen.goldsmith@tclarke.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 2012 In-House: XZ Contracted Out: GM

T2 Building Services Ltd

Unit 11, Riverwalk Business Park, Jeffreys Road, Enfield, Middlesex EN3 7QN Tel: 020 8804 5944 Email: tony.turner@t2buildingservices.co.uk Web: www.t2buildingservices.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2002 In-House: ACGHS Specialist Group: RACHP

TDK Mechanical Services (UK) Ltd 23 Dowling Court, Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire HP3 9NF Tel: 020 7428 5278 Email: john@tdk-mes-london.co.uk Web: www.tdk-mes-london.co.uk Year Joined: 2016 In-House: ABCDEGHIJKLMNOPRSTUVWYZ Contracted Out: X Specialist Group: HAPS

Temperature Control Ltd

The Old Brickworks, Church Road, Harold Wood, Essex RM3 0JA Tel: 01708 344732 Email: richard.pocklington@temperaturecontrol.co.uk Web: www.temperaturecontrol.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1994 In-House: ABINSV Contracted Out: CDEFGHJKLMOTUWXYZ Specialist Group: RACHP

The Beaver Co Ltd

968 North Circular Road, Cricklewood, London NW2 7JR Tel: 020 8450 7835 Email: peter.blanden@thebeaverco.com Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1987 In-House: GHILMSV Contracted Out: NUXZ


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The Electrical & Plumbing Co Ltd Peep House, 7 Back Lane, Chadwell Heath, Romford, Essex RM6 4BP Tel: 020 8597 1811 Email: sales@epcobsv.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1998 In-House: CDEGHILNOPSVZ Contracted Out: AMTUWY Specialist Group: SFG

The SIPS Group

85 Gloucester Road, Croydon, Surrey CR0 2DN Tel: 020 8689 2950 Email: info@sipsgroup.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2002 In-House: GILMUVWZ

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Vital Energi Utilities Ltd

Vantage Facilities Ltd

PO Box 67, 23 Cadbury Road, Sunbury on Thames, Middlesex TW16 7NA Tel: 01932 789010 Email: juliew@vantage-facilities.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2004 In-House: ABGHLMNSUVZ Contracted Out: CDEFIJKOPQRTWY Specialist Group: SFG

TRS Ltd

Unit 2, Swan Business Park Sandpit Road, Dartford Kent DA1 5ED Tel: 0845 224 9000 Fax: 0845 224 9001 Email: john.kilgannon@trs.ltd.uk Website: www.trs.ltd.uk TRS operates in the Facilities Management, Construction and Rail sectors. The company was established in 1980. Whether it’s installing an LED lighting system, energy efficient boilers or air conditioning systems, we have the in-house resources to design, install, maintain and repair all mechanical and electrical building services. Working in a broad spectrum of industries that includes commercial property, health, rail, manufacturing, leisure, local and central government has given us a unique insight into the requirements of the diverse range of sectors we operate in.

TWO Services Ltd

Unit 113, Cremer Business Centre, Cremer Street, London E2 8HD Tel: 020 7399 3242 Email: george@two-services.com Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2006 In-House: ST Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

W Weldatube Mechanical Services Ltd

187 Edward Place, Deptford, London SE8 5HD Tel: 020 8691 5875 Email: info@keepingcool.co.uk Web: www.keepingcool.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 1970 In-House: ABCEGINS Contracted Out: DFJKLMTUVWXYZ Specialist Group: DWG

TRS Ltd

Unit 2 Swan Business Park, Sandpit Road, Dartford, Kent DA1 5ED Tel: 0845 224 9000 Email: john.kilgannon@trs.ltd.uk Web: www.trs.ltd.uk. Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2009 In-House: ABGHIJMNOPQRSUVZ Contracted Out: CDEFKLTWY Specialist Group: SFG

20 Little Britain, London EC1A 7DH Tel: 020 3478 1050 Email: gary.edgar@vitalenergi.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 2002 In-House: GIKMORSV Contracted Out: UWZ

Vantage Facilities Ltd

PO BOX 67, Sunbury-On-Thames Middlesex TW16 7NA Tel: 01932 789010 Fax: 01932 789011 Email: info@vantage-facilities.co.uk Website: www.vantagefacilities.co.uk We carry out Planned Preventative Maintenance for many companies throughout London and home counties. Our philosophy is that by maintaining equipment to its optimum efficiency represents a good investment in its operation and life expectancy. The type of services we can supply are Heating and Ventilation, Air Conditioning, Plumbing, Electrical, Water Treatment, Fire Systems. Office refurbishment and handyman Facilities. Our service engineers and back-up staff are highly trained and kept up to date with all aspects of modern technology, environment and safety issues. Service personnel are Gas Safe F Gas registered, and we have Quality Assurance ISO 9001 and Safe Contractor.

Ventalution Ltd

Lockcorp House, 75 Norcutt Road, Twickenham, Middlesex TW2 6SR Tel: 020 8898 5040 Email: pwhiteman@ventalution.co.uk Web: www.ventalution.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2006 In-House: DEVX Specialist Group: DWG

Weldatube Mechanical Services Ltd

187 Edward Place, Deptford London SE8 5HD Tel: 020 8692 9650 & 020 8691 5875 Fax: 020 8469 2631 Email: keepingcool@btopenworld.com Website: www.keepingcool.co.uk We are a family owned business ideally situated in South East London adjacent to our workshop and manufacturing facility. We can provide a complete service from project inception to practical completion, undertaking mechanical, electrical, refrigeration and capital plant replacement projects up to £1 million in value throughout London and the Home Counties. We design and manufacture bespoke ventilation solutions including stainless steel extract canopies. We are accredited Mitsubishi Electric installers, but supply and install Daikin, Toshiba and other manufacturers equipment with the same skill and care, ensuring a high quality installation with minimal impact on Clients and end-users.

Vertex Services Group Ltd

21 Oakwood Hill Industrial Estate, Loughton, Essex IG10 3TZ Tel: 020 8508 8420 Email: dave@vertexltd.co.uk Web: www.vertexltd.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2006 In-House: ABFGMNSUYZ Contracted Out: CEJTVW Specialist Group: SFG

Woodford Heating & Energy Ltd

First Floor, Oakwood House, Oakwood Industrial Estate, Loughton, Essex IG10 3PZ Tel: 020 8531 0004 Email: info@woodfordheating.com Web: www.woodfordheating.com Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2000 In-House: GHMX Contracted Out: AEI Specialist Group: HAPS

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BESA MEMBERS

NORTH EAST Regional Manager: Neil Ashford 18 Greenhead Road, Utley, Keithley, West Yorkshire BD 20 6EA Tel: 01535 661567 Email: neil.ashford@thebesa.com

BESA provides a free online search service (www.thebesa.com/find-a-besa-member) designed to make it easy and quick to find BESA member(s) that you require to deliver heating, ventilating, ductwork, facilities management, refrigeration, air conditioning, commissioning and maintenance services. The service allows users to search for a BESA member by radius (distance from the project site) and by region: most BESA members are willing to work outside their geographic location and will welcome your enquiry.

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Airite Designs (N.E.) Ltd

21 Degrees Ltd

Unit 10, Apollo Court, Monkton Business Park, Hebburn, Tyne & Wear NE31 2ES Tel: 0191 545 0545 Email: steve@21-degrees.co.uk Web: www.21-degrees.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2007 In-House: ABCDEINSTV Contracted Out: L Specialist Group: RACHP

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97 Front Street, Whickham, Newcastle Upon Tyne, Tyne & Wear NE16 4JL Tel: 0191 488 5955 Email: info@airitedesigns.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 1980 In-House: GIMSV Contracted Out: ABCDELNTUWZ

Ambient Air Conditioning UK Ltd

14-17 The Old Offices, Urlay Nook Road, Eaglescliffe, Stockton on Tees, Cleveland TS16 0LA Tel: 0845 2020 233 Email: ross@ambienthvac.co.uk Web: www.ambientair.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2007 In-House: ABEINSTV Specialist Group: RACHP

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Air conditioning Refrigeration / F Gas Ductwork - Sheet metal Ductwork - Plastics Local exhaust & Kitchen ventilation Indoor air quality Commercial heating & plumbing Domestic heating, plumbing, service & maintenance I Design & build J Pipework K Offsite prefabricated pipework / plant room L Underfloor heating M Commercial / industrial gas fitting N Renewable energy - Heat pumps O Renewable energy - Solar photovoltaics P Renewable energy - Solar thermal Q Renewable energy - Wind R Renewable energy - Biomass CHP S Facilities services & maintenance T Ductwork cleaning & vent hygiene U Automatic control systems V Commissioning / performance testing W Water treatment X Lloyds class 1 welding Y Fire protection engineering Z Electrical contracting

SFG Service & Facilities Group RACHP Refrigeration, Air Conditioning & Heat Pump Group HAPS Heating & Plumbing Services Group DWG Ductwork Group VHB Ventilation Hygiene Branch

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Balfour Beatty Engineering Services Ltd Ambient HVAC

14-17 The Old Offices, Urlay Nook Road, Eaglescliffe, Stockton-on-Tees TS16 0LA Tel: 01642 784738 Fax: 01642 783652 Email: info@ambienthvac.co.uk Website: www.ambienthvac.co.uk A forward thinking customer focussed business delivering HVAC installations across the UK. A combination of extensive installation experience and specialist engineering and design expertise enables us to view projects from an engineering perspective, delivering innovative solutions to challenging situations. The majority of our work is repeat business and recommendation. Ambient provides expertise and support from design, installation and commissioning services to service and repair of HVAC and Local Exhaust Ventilation (LEV). From industrial and petrochemical companies, property developers, multiple retailers and public sector organisations to leisure and retail concerns, we are resourced to respond quickly and efficiently to meet your needs.

Amber Court, William Armstrong Drive, Newcastle Business Park, Newcastle Upon Tyne, Tyne & Wear NE4 7YQ Tel: 0191 293 6406 Email: phil.mcguire@balfourbeatty.com Web: www.balfourbeatty.com Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2009 In-House: GIJMNOPQRXZ Contracted Out: ABCDELSTUVWY Specialist Group: DWG, SFG

Commercial Maintenance Services UK Ltd

Tyne House, Temple Street, Gateshead, Tyne & Wear NE10 0HN Tel: 0191 495 0741 Email: steve@cmsltd.uk.net Web: www.cmsltd.uk.net Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2005 In-House: ABCDEGHILMNTVWZ Specialist Group: SFG

D Durham Air Conditioning Ltd

1 Rosebay Road, Littleburn Industrial Estate, Langley Moor, Durham DH7 8HJ Tel: 0191 378 4363 Email: keith@durhamaircon.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2008 In-House: ABINV Specialist Group: RACHP

Durham County Council

St John's Road, Meadowfield Industrial Estate, Meadowfield, Durham DH7 8XQ Tel: 0300 026 9131 Email: keith.anderson2@durham.gov.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2003 In-House: GIMRSVW Contracted Out: X Specialist Group: SFG

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C Carillion (AMBS) Ltd

Partnership House, Regent Farm Road, Regent Centre, Newcastle Upon Tyne, Tyne & Wear NE3 3AF Tel: 01924 221733 Email: diane.mckeith@carillionplc.com Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 2013 In-House: ABGHILMQRSTUWZ Contracted Out: CDEJNOPVXY Specialist Group: SFG

Clean Sweep (North East) Ltd

3 Glamis Avenue, Melton Park, Gosforth, Newcastle Upon Tyne, Tyne & Wear NE3 5SY Tel: 0191 236 2809 Email: alan@cleansweepgroup.co.uk Web: www.cleansweepgroup.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2014 In-House: EST Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

ESH Construction Ltd

Esh Building, Baker Road, Nelson Industrial Estate, Cramlington, Northumberland NE23 1WL Tel: 01670 700150 Email: paul.myers@esh.uk.com Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2013 In-House: GHMSZ Contracted Out: ABCDEFIJKLNOPQRTUVWY Specialist Group: SFG

Eurovent Purifying Systems UK Ltd Unit 5 Ninth Avenue East, Team Valley Trading Estate, Gateshead, Tyne & Wear NE11 0EJ Tel: 0191 487 2287 Email: mbone@eurovent.net Web: www.eurovent.net Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2008 In-House: ACDET Contracted Out: I Specialist Group: SFG, VHB


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Imtech Inviron Ltd

G8 Environmental Solutions Ltd

B3 Kingfisher House, Kingsway, Team Valley, Gateshead, Tyne & Wear NE11 0JQ Tel: 0191 491 5756 Email: enquiries@ukfmgroup.com Web: www.g8environmental.com Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2002 In-House: ABCEGMRSZ Contracted Out: DLNOPTUY

Geoffrey Robinson Ltd

Macklin Avenue, Cowpen Industrial Estate, Billingham, Cleveland TS23 4ET Tel: 01642 370500 Email: gr@geoffreyrobinson.co.uk Web: www.geoffreyrobinson.ltd.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1975 In-House: CEGIMNRSTZ Contracted Out: ABLOPUW Specialist Group: SFG

H H Malone & Sons Ltd

Gosforth Industrial Estate, Newcastle Upon Tyne, Tyne & Wear NE3 1XL Tel: 0191 285 1176 Email: enquiries@hmalone.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1965 In-House: DEGHJKLMNRSW Contracted Out: CFIQTUVYZ

Hillstar Building Management Ltd Suite 24, Gear House, Saltmeadows Road, Gateshead, Tyne & Wear NE8 3AR Tel: 0845 862 3330 Email: lee@hillstarbm.co.uk Web: www.hillstarbuildingmanagement.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2012 In-House: ABEGHLMST Contracted Out: CDFIJKNOPQRUVWYZ

Hyperklean Ltd

Communications House, Brunswick Industrial Estate, Newcastle Upon Tyne, Tyne & Wear NE13 7BA Tel: 0191 236 6023 Email: jackie@hyperklean.co.uk Web: www.hyperklean.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2008 In-House: T Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

I Imtech Engineering Services North Ltd Swallow House, Parsons Road, Washington, Tyne & Wear NE37 1EZ Tel: 0191 415 7007 Email: carl.murray@imtechnorth.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 1995 Specialist Group: SFG

Facilities Management and Service, Swallow House, Parsons Road, Washington, Tyne & Wear NE37 1EZ Tel: 0191 415 7007 Email: neil.rich@imtechinviron.co.uk Web: www.inviron.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 1983 Specialist Group: SFG

Integral UK Ltd

Unit 1 Block B, Holland Park, Holland Drive, Newcastle Upon Tyne, Tyne & Wear NE2 4LD Tel: 0191 261 1071 Email: daniel.lowes@integral.co.uk Web: www.integralservices.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2005 In-House: ABGHKMNSYZ Contracted Out: CDEFIJLOPQRTUVW Specialist Group: SFG

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Leybourne Urwin Ltd

Cramar House, Tanfield Lea Industrial Estate, Stanley, County Durham DH9 9QT Tel: 01207 232 588 Email: chris.urwin@leybourneurwinltd.co.uk Web: www.leybourneurwinltd.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1968 In-House: ABCDFGHIJKLMNRUVWYZ Contracted Out: EOPQST Specialist Group: HAPS

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Leybourne Urwin Ltd

Cramar House Tanfield Lea Industiral Estate Stanley, Co. Durham DH9 9QT Tel: 01207 232588 and 234854 Fax: 01207 290281 Email: chris.urwin@lurwin.co.uk Website: www.lurwin.co.uk

KB Sheetmetal Ltd

Brunswick Industrial Estate, Brunswick Village, Newcastle Upon Tyne, Tyne & Wear NE13 7BA Tel: 0191 236 6502 Email: tony@kbsheetmetal.com Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2001 In-House: CDE Contracted Out: TX Specialist Group: DWG

Kennedy Services Ltd

Alexander House, Glen Terrace, Robinson Terrace, Washington, Tyne & Wear NE38 7BD Tel: 0191 416 2544 Email: alan.atkinson@kennedyservicesltd.co.uk Year Joined: 2015 In-House: CGS Contracted Out: AET

Leybourne Urwin Ltd is an industry leading regional family owned business providing all aspects of building services engineering for over 130 years.

LJJ Ltd

KENNEDY SERVICES LIMITED Kennedy Services Ltd

Alexander House, Station Road, Columbia, Washington, Tyne and Wear NE38 7BD Tel: 0191 4162544 Fax: 0191 4157436 Email: admin@kennedyservicesltd.co.uk Established in 1978 we have a wealth of experience in the building services sector expertly delivering mechanical and plumbing installations to our commercial, education and industrial clients. We pride ourselves on our forward thinking and quality of installation, providing our services to many prestigious and challenging projects throughout the sector. Our principal of outstanding customer service has ensured that the majority of our work is from repeat business and recommendations. We work as a team and are committed to provide high standards in a competitive market for our clients.

N G Bailey Ltd

Thames House, Mandale Business Park, Belmont, Durham DH1 1TH Tel: 0113 234 3443 Email: jon.crank@ngbailey.co.uk Web: www.ngbailey.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 1983 In-House: GIJKMOPRSUVZ Contracted Out: CDEFHLTWXY Specialist Group: SFG

Richmond House, 107 Bowesfield Lane, Stockton on Tees, Cleveland TS18 3HF Tel: 01642 617517 Email: phil.eykel@ljjcontractors.co.uk Web: www.ljjcontractors.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2004 In-House: GHIMVYZ Contracted Out: ABCDEKLNOPQRTUW

Lorne Stewart PLC

Stewart House, Wynyard Park Business Village, Chapell Lane, Wynyard Park, Teeside TS22 5FG Tel: 01740 665544 Email: Tom.McLaughlin@lornestewart.co.uk Web: www.lornestewart.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 1988 In-House: DEGHIKMQRSW Contracted Out: ABCFJLNOPTUVXYZ Specialist Group: SFG

M Maval Electrical & Mechanical Engineering Co Ltd

Skippers Lane, Skippers Lane Industrial Estate, South Bank, Middlesborough TS6 6HA Tel: 01642 455101 Email: darren.trotter@maval.co.uk Year Joined: 2015 In-House: GHIMSZ Contracted Out: AFKLNTUY Specialist Group: HAPS

Metnor House, Mylord Crescent, Killingworth, Newcastle Upon Tyne, Tyne & Wear NE12 5YD Tel: 0191 268 4000 Email: wthoburn@norstead.co.uk Web: www.norstead.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1994 In-House: GHMPYZ Contracted Out: ABCDEFIJKLNOQRSTUVWX Specialist Group: SFG

Northern Hygiene Ltd

31 Bollihope Drive, Silksworth, Sunderland, Tyne & Wear SR3 1PJ Tel: 0191 522 6323 Email: northernhygieneltd@yahoo.co.uk Web: www.northernhygieneltd.com Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2013 In-House: T Contracted Out: X Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Northern Ventilation Services Ltd

Planet Place, George Stephenson Industrial Estate, Killingworth, Newcastle Upon Tyne, Tyne & Wear NE12 6EF Tel: 0191 216 1212 Email: info@northernventilation.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2013 In-House: CDEFT Contracted Out: X Specialist Group: DWG

O Opus Building Services Ltd

Unit 7, Boldon Court, Boldon Business Park, Boldon, Tyne & Wear NE35 9LZ Tel: 0191 546 1000 Email: gavin.richardson@opusbsl.co.uk Web: www.opusbuildingservices.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2008 In-House: ACGUXZ

P Partners in Hygiene Ltd

Goosepool House, Over DInsdale, Darlington, Durham DL2 1PW Tel: 01325 335000 Email: peterbarker@partnersinhygiene.co.uk Web: www.partnersinhygiene.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2013 In-House: ST Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

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Protherm (UK) Ltd

Unit 2, Wilson Street, Bon Lea Trading Estate, Thornaby, Stockton on Tees TS17 7AR Tel: 01642 675755 Email: tim.kilvington@prothermuk.co.uk Web: www.prothermuk.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1996 In-House: CDY Contracted Out: X Specialist Group: DWG

T W Steam & Heating Services Ltd Robert Kirkland (Blyth) Ltd 62-66 Bridge Street Blyth, Northumberland NE24 2AP Tel: 01670 352196 Email: info@r-kirkland.co.uk Website: www.robertkirkland.co.uk

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R R Arnott & Sons Ltd

9 Arcot Court, Nelson Park, Cramlington, Northumberland NE23 1BB Tel: 01670 590006 Email: r.arnottsons@btconnect.com Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 1964 In-House: GHIMNRSW Contracted Out: ABCDELTUXYZ

Unit No 7 and 8b, Renny's Lane, Dragonville Industrial Estate, Durham DH1 2RS Tel: 0191 384 1400 Email: twsteam@btconnect.com Web: www.twsteam.co.uk Contract Size: 2 Year Joined: 1980 In-House: GHJM Specialist Group: HAPS

Vaughan Engineering Ltd

We are heavily involved in ‘partnering’/framework agreements with major Housing Associations/Local Authorities/Hospital Trusts/Consulting Engineers & end users for both new build & refurbishment works in particular extra care projects.

TW Steam & Heating Services Ltd

Unit 7 & 8b Renny’s Lane Dragonville Industrial Estate Durham DH1 2RS Tel: 0191 384 1400 Fax: 0191 386 4251 Email: twsteam@btconnect.com Website: www.twsteam.co.uk

We have a large & longstanding client base which results in constant repeat business with some of the North East’s leading contractors. We are proud to have preferred contractor status for many of our projects. This is a testament to the professionalism, flexibility and commitment of our staff.

Plumbing, heating, mechanical engineering, industrial, commercial, domestic gas, LPG, oil, Steel fabrication, pipework, welding.

R M Myers & Co Ltd

Unit A, Rennys Lane, Durham DH1 2RB Tel: 0191 384 6600 Email: kevin@rmmyers.co.uk Web: www.rmmyers.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 1993 In-House: GHKMNV Contracted Out: ACDEFILUWYZ Specialist Group: HAPS

R S Vents Ltd

Swan Industrial Estate, 41 Swan Road, Washington, Tyne & Wear NE38 8JJ Tel: 0191 416 5737 Email: roger@rsvents.co.uk Contract Size: 1 Year Joined: 2006 In-House: CEIV Contracted Out: Z Specialist Group: DWG

Robert Kirkland (Blyth) Ltd

62-66, Bridge Street, Blyth, Northumberland NE24 2AP Tel: 01670 352196 Email: jim.mcglen@robertkirkland.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1964 In-House: GHJMX Contracted Out: ABCDEIKLNOPQRSTUVWYZ Specialist Group: HAPS

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Roflow Ltd

6 Hanlon Court, Royal Industrial Estate, Jarrow, Tyne & Wear NE32 3HR Tel: 0191 428 2227 Email: p.scorer@roflow.co.uk Web: www.roflow.com Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1999 In-House: CDEFGIJKV Contracted Out: ABLNTUWYZ Specialist Group: DWG

Twin Services Ltd

S SES (Engineering Services) Ltd

Centre for Advanced Industry, Coble Dene, Royal Quays, North Shields, Tyne & Wear NE29 6DE Tel: 0191 258 6627 Email: sjoyce@ses-ltd.co.uk Web: www.ses-ltd.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 1976 In-House: ACEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWYZ Contracted Out: BX

Merlin House, Prince Park, Prince Way, Team Valley Trading Estate, Gateshead, Tyne & Wear NE11 0NF Tel: 0191 414 2882 Email: stewart.grierson@upnorthgroup.com Web: www.upnorth-group.com Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2007 In-House: ABEGIJMNSVZ Contracted Out: CLTUWY Specialist Group: RACHP

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Established as a partnership in 1919 & as a Limited Company from 1973 we carry out Mechanical & Plumbing Installations to a wide range of Commercial & Industrial premises within the North East of England.

Quartz Electrical & Mechanical Services Ltd Brighouse Business Village, Riverside Park Industrial Estate, Middlesbrough, North Yorkshire TS2 1RT Tel: 01642 244411 Email: liam@quartz-northeast.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1998 In-House: GHIJMSZ Contracted Out: ABCDEFKLNOPQRTUVWY

Upnorth Engineering Services Ltd

9 Bowesfield Crescent, Stockton-On-Tees, Cleveland TS18 3BL Tel: 01642 606067 Email: peter@twinservices.co.uk Web: www.twinservices.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 1985 In-House: GHIMNOQRSVW Contracted Out: ABCDEFJKLTUYZ

U UK Commercial Cleaning Solutions Ltd 14 Octavian Way, Team Valley Trading Estate, Gateshead, Tyne and Wear NE11 0HZ Tel: 0800 0329533 Email: info@uk-cc.co.uk Web: www.uk-cc.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2014 In-House: CDEHSTV Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Units 13/14 Blue Sky Way, Monkton Business Park, Hebburn, Tyne & Wear NE31 2EQ Tel: 0191 256 6069 Email: john.hodgson@vaughan-group.co.uk Web: www.vaughan-group.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 1994 In-House: GM Contracted Out: IOPQRV

Ventilation Hygiene Specialists Ltd

Unit 2, Wilson Street, Bon Lea Trading Estate, Thornton, Stockton on Tees TS17 7AR Tel: 01642 927010 Email: info@vhs.uk.com Year Joined: 2013 In-House: ET Specialist Group: DWG


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BESA MEMBERS

NORTH WEST Regional Manager: Neil Ashford 18 Greenhead Road, Utley, Keithley, West Yorkshire BD 20 6EA Tel: 01535 661567 Email: neil.ashford@thebesa.com

BESA provides a free online search service (www.thebesa.com/find-a-besa-member) designed to make it easy and quick to find BESA member(s) that you require to deliver heating, ventilating, ductwork, facilities management, refrigeration, air conditioning, commissioning and maintenance services. The service allows users to search for a BESA member by radius (distance from the project site) and by region: most BESA members are willing to work outside their geographic location and will welcome your enquiry.

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Air conditioning Refrigeration / F Gas Ductwork - Sheet metal Ductwork - Plastics Local exhaust & Kitchen ventilation Indoor air quality Commercial heating & plumbing Domestic heating, plumbing, service & maintenance I Design & build J Pipework K Offsite prefabricated pipework / plant room L Underfloor heating M Commercial / industrial gas fitting N Renewable energy - Heat pumps O Renewable energy - Solar photovoltaics P Renewable energy - Solar thermal Q Renewable energy - Wind R Renewable energy - Biomass CHP S Facilities services & maintenance T Ductwork cleaning & vent hygiene U Automatic control systems V Commissioning / performance testing W Water treatment X Lloyds class 1 welding Y Fire protection engineering Z Electrical contracting

SFG Service & Facilities Group RACHP Refrigeration, Air Conditioning & Heat Pump Group HAPS Heating & Plumbing Services Group DWG Ductwork Group VHB Ventilation Hygiene Branch

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Airtech Cooling Services Ltd

A C Air Systems Ltd

Selby Place, Stanley Industrial Estate, Skelmersdale, Lancashire WN8 8EF Tel: 01695 722066 Email: bryan@acairsys.co.uk Web: www.acairsystems.co.uk Contract Size: 2 Year Joined: 2008 In-House: ABS Specialist Group: RACHP

Absolute Cool Heat Ltd

Maghull Business Centre, 1 Liverpool Road North, Liverpool, Merseyside L31 2HB Tel: 0151 526 5040 Email: absoluteaircon@live.co.uk Web: www.absolutecoolheatltd.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2010 In-House: A Specialist Group: RACHP

Advanced Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Ltd Unit 19, Elm Court, Newbridge Road, Ellesmere Port, Cheshire CH65 4LY Tel: 0151 356 5337 Email: info@advanair.co.uk Web: www.advanair.co.uk Contract Size: 3 Year Joined: 2002 In-House: ABINSTVX Specialist Group: RACHP

Aerocool Ltd

301 Merlin Park, off Ringtail Road, Burscough, Lancashire L40 8JY Tel: 01704 897520 Email: v.kennedy@aerocool.co.uk Web: www.aerocool.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2000 In-House: ABGINV Contracted Out: C Specialist Group: RACHP

Airsol Service Co Ltd

Unit 8 Woodway Court, Thursby Road, Croft Business Park, Bromborough, Wirral, Merseyside CH62 3PW Tel: 0151 600 6000 Email: graham@airwaysolutions.co.uk Contract Size: 3 Year Joined: 2007 In-House: HS

91 Harris Drive, Bootle, Merseyside L20 6LF Tel: 0151 933 0023 Email: pmallon@airtechuk.com Web: www.airtechuk.com Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 1998 In-House: ABGINSV Contracted Out: CDETUW Specialist Group: RACHP

Airway Solutions Ltd

Unit 8 Woodway Court, Thursby Road, Croft Business Park, Bromborough, Wirral, Merseyside CH62 3PW Tel: 0151 600 0000 Email: graham@airwaysolutions.co.uk Web: www.airwaysolutions.co.uk Year Joined: 2007 In-House: AC

Allcool (NW) Ltd

Unit 6 Wyrefields, Wyrefields, Poulton le Fylde Business Park, Poulton le Fylde, Lancashire FY6 8JX Tel: 01253 893649 Email: paul@allcoolnw.co.uk Contract Size: 3 Year Joined: 2012 In-House: ABN Contracted Out: IV Specialist Group: RACHP

Altertherm Air Conditioning Ltd Chapel House, Brickbridge Lane, Marple, Cheshire SK6 7BQ Tel: 0161 426 1350 Email: stuart@altertherm.com Web: www.altertherm.com Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2006 In-House: ACI

Ameon Ltd

Units 9-10 Olympic Court, Boardmans Way, Whitehills Business Park, Blackpool, Lancashire FY4 5GU Tel: 01253 760160 Email: rlawson@ameon.co.uk Web: www.ameon.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 1996 In-House: ABCDEGHIKLMNOPQRSZ Contracted Out: FTUWXY

Andrews Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Ltd

Claverton Road, Wythenshawe, Manchester, Lancashire M23 9FT Tel: 0800 7318833 Email: helen.parr@andrews-sykes.com Web: www.airconditioningservices.com Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 1993 In-House: AS Contracted Out: C Specialist Group: SFG

Askew Refrigeration Services Ltd Calderbank Mill, Greenfield Road, Colne, Lancashire BB8 9PD Tel: 01282 863825 Email: james@askewsltd.com Web: www.askewsltd.com Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2005 In-House: ABCEGMNPSTUV Contracted Out: WZ Specialist Group: RACHP

Assured Cleaning Services Ltd

Unit A4, Anchorage Business Park, Chain Caul Way, Preston, Lancashire PR2 2YL Tel: 01772 728244 Email: nickjordan@assuredcleaning.co.uk Web: www.assuredcleaning.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2008 In-House: EFT Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Atherton & Partners Ltd

Grange House, 19-21 Grange Mount, Birkenhead, Wirral CH43 4XN Tel: 0151 670 0666 Email: brian@athertonandpartners.co.uk Web: www.athertonandpartners.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2001 In-House: GHIMNRZ Contracted Out: ABCDELOPUVW Specialist Group: HAPS

B Bay Building Services Ltd

Middlegate, White Lund Industrial Estate, Morecambe, Lancashire LA3 3BN Tel: 01524 37385 Email: matt@baybuildingservices.co.uk Web: www.baybuildingservices.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2008 In-House: DGHJLMN Contracted Out: ABCEFIKOPQRSTUVWXYZ


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Briggs & Forrester Engineering Services Ltd

Bay Building Services Ltd

Unit 16C, Middlegate, White Lund Industrial Estate, Morecambe, Lancashire LA3 3BN Tel: 01524 37385 Fax: 01524 844311 Email: info@baybuildingservices.co.uk Website: www.baybuildingservices.co.uk Bay Building Services Ltd is a family business established in 1994 covering all aspects of commercial / domestic mechanical services, and plumbing / heating installations, operating throughout the Northwest region. We are committed to providing a comprehensive service to cover all aspects of your requirements including design & build services. We offer a high quality installation through skilled tradesmen and projects are completed to the highest standards. This ensures that the majority of our work is generated through repeat business and client recommendation.

Beta Group Ltd

Underbank Mill, Burnley Road, Bacup, Lancashire OL13 8AE Tel: 01706 878330 Email: service@betagroupltd.com Web: www.betagroupltd.com Contract Size: 3 Year Joined: 1996 In-House: GMSWZ Specialist Group: SFG

Blue Cooling Ltd

Unit 14, Chancel Place, Shap Road Industrial Estate, Kendal, Cumbria LA9 6NZ Tel: 01539 724741 Email: adrian@bluecooling.co.uk Web: www.bluecooling.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2009 In-House: ABINS Specialist Group: RACHP

Boulting Environmental Services Ltd Greenside Way, Middleton, Manchester, Lancashire M24 1SW Tel: 0161 655 3344 Email: stevemarsh@besltd.org Web: www.besltd.org Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 2008 In-House: EGIJKLMNOPRX Contracted Out: ABCDTUVWYZ

Bridge Extraction Systems Ltd

Unit 5, Park Road Business Centre, Park Road, Bacup, Lancashire OL13 0BW Tel: 01706 876808 Email: ian@bridgeextraction.co.uk Contract Size: 1 Year Joined: 2007 In-House: CEI Specialist Group: DWG

Cinnabar Court, 5250 Daresbury Park, Daresbury, Warrington, Cheshire WA4 4GE Tel: 01928 798279 Email: ged.doolan@briggs.uk.com Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 1961 In-House: GIJMNVZ Contracted Out: ABCDEFKLOPQRSTUWXY

Bruntwood Management Services Trafford House, Chester Road, Trafford, Manchester, Lancashire M32 0RS Tel: 0161 238 7175 Email: andy.fletcher@bruntwood.co.uk Year Joined: 2015 In-House: S

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Celsius Air Conditioning Ltd

1 Well Street, Heywood, Lancashire OL10 1NT Tel: 01706 367500 Email: peter@celsiusair.co.uk Web: www.celsiusair.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 1996 In-House: ABEINPSV Specialist Group: SFG

Charleson Building Services Ltd 5 Manchester Road, Warrington, Cheshire WA1 3AB Tel: 01925 655929 Email: robin.hill@charleson.co.uk Web: www.charleson.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1986 In-House: GIM Contracted Out: FJKLOPQRUVWYZ

Chris Bowker Ltd

C Caswell Engineering Services Ltd Knowsley Road Ind Estate, Haslingden, Rossendale, Lancashire BB4 4RR Tel: 01706 227935 Email: richard.coxen@caswell.uk.com Web: www.caswell.uk.com Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 1974 In-House: ACEINUV Contracted Out: D Specialist Group: DWG

C M Oxendale Ltd

Dale House, Adelaide Terrace, Blackburn, Lancashire BB2 6ET Tel: 01254 580431 Email: colin.oxendale@cmoxendale.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2002 In-House: GHILMNSV Contracted Out: ABCDEFKOPQRTUWXYZ

Carillion (AMBS) Ltd

Lowry House, 550 Mauldeth Road West, Chorley-cum-Hardy, Manchester, Lancashire M21 7AA Tel: 01924 221733 Email: diane.mckeith@carillionplc.com Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 2013 In-House: ABGHILMQRSTUWYZ Contracted Out: CDEJNOPVX Specialist Group: SFG

CAS FM Ltd

Controlled House, Unit A6 Axis Point, Heywood, Lancashire OL10 2RQ Tel: 0161 763 3737 Email: rob@casfm.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2014 In-House: ABGINOPQRSV Contracted Out: CDEFHJKLMTUWXYZ Specialist Group: RACHP

CBRE Managed Services Ltd

Suite 3B Trafford Plaza, Seymour Grove, Old Trafford, Manchester, Lancashire M16 0LD Tel: 0161 877 0218 Email: justin.lawson@norlandmanagedservices.co.uk Web: www.norlandmanagedservices.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 1985 In-House: ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ Specialist Group: SFG

Whitegate, White Lund Industrial Estate, Morecambe, Lancashire LA3 3BS Tel: 01524 36353 Email: info@chrisbowker.co.uk Web: www.chrisbowker.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2012 In-House: GIMOUZ Contracted Out: ACLNR Specialist Group: HAPS

Clearground Ltd

67c Corporation Road, Wirral, Birkenhead, Merseyside CH41 3NG Tel: 01516 528010 Email: info@clearground.co.uk Web: www.clearground.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2013 In-House: ST Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Clearwater Technology Ltd

38 Melford Court, Hardwick Grange, Woolston, Warrington, Cheshire WA1 4RZ Tel: 01925 814512 Email: paul.jamieson@clearwater.eu.com Web: www.clearwater.eu.com Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1995 In-House: FTVW Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Climate Mechanical Services Ltd Unit 5 Wheelock Heath Business Court, Alsager Road, Winterley, Sandbach, Cheshire CW11 4RQ Tel: 01270 763988 Email: max@climategroup.co.uk Web: www.climategroup.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2007 In-House: ABCDEGHILMNUVWZ Contracted Out: X

Combi-Vent Engineering Ltd

Northumberland House, Emerald Street, Denton, Manchester, Lancashire M34 3GQ Tel: 0161 336 5065 Email: hsmith@combivent.co.uk Web: www.combivent.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1996 In-House: GS Contracted Out: CDEIMTUVW Specialist Group: DWG

Commissioning & Maintenance Services Ltd

7 Carr Brow, High Lane, Stockport, Cheshire SK6 8EX Tel: 01663 762411 Email: enquiries@ commissioningandmaintenance.com Web: www.commissioningandmaintenance.com Contract Size: 3 Year Joined: 1994 In-House: HSTVW Specialist Group: SFG

Conditioned Air Technology Ltd Conditioned Air House, Edward Street, Hyde, Cheshire SK14 2BQ Tel: 0161 366 9889 Email: condair.tech@btconnect.com Contract Size: 3 Year Joined: 2009 In-House: ABNS Specialist Group: RACHP

Controlled Air Solutions Ltd

Controlled House Unit A6 Axis Point, Hareshill Business Park, Hilltop Road, Heywood, Lancashire OL10 2RQ Tel: 0161 763 3737 Email: andrew@controlledair.co.uk Web: www.controlledairsolutions.com Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2001 In-House: GIKMNOPRS Contracted Out: ABCDEFLQTUWYZ Specialist Group: RACHP

Coolwell Air Conditioning

87 Ribbleton Avenue, Preston, Lancashire PR2 6DA Tel: 01772 651144 Email: pat.swift@coolwell.co.uk Web: www.coolwell.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2010 In-House: ABINV Specialist Group: RACHP

CPL Heating & Plumbing Ltd

Unit C1 Anchorage Business Park, Chain Caul Way, Ashton on Ribble, Preston, Lancashire PR2 2YL Tel: 01772 723723 Email: mail@cplbuildingservices.co.uk Web: www.cplbuildingservices.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2004 In-House: CDEGHJLMNOPRS Contracted Out: AITUVWYZ Specialist Group: HAPS

Crown House Technologies

Archway 3, Birley Fields, Hulme, Manchester, Lancashire M15 5QJ Tel: 0161 227 6000 Email: neil.brackenridge@imtechnorth.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 1904 In-House: HIJKNUVZ Contracted Out: ABCDEFGLMOPQRTWY

D D & J Air Conditioning Services Ltd 109b Snowdon Avenue, Urmston, Manchester, Lancashire M41 6EF Tel: 0161 747 7870 Email: info@djaircon.co.uk Web: www.djaircon.co.uk Contract Size: 2 Year Joined: 1976 In-House: ABINSV Contracted Out: Z Specialist Group: RACHP, SFG

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D T Oracz Ltd

Unit 6, Waterfall Mill, Queen Victoria St, Mill Hill, Blackburn, Lancashire BB2 2QG Tel: 01254 678970 Email: dave@homegassupplies.co.uk Web: www.homegassupplies.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 1981 In-House: HL Contracted Out: NPX Specialist Group: HAPS

D.C.S.

4 Florence Street, Blackpool, Lancashire FY4 5HQ Tel: 07813 051171 Email: lwildon@gmail.com Year Joined: 2015 In-House: HLT Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Ductwork Design & Installation Ltd

Unit D5 Europa Trading Estate, Stoneclough Road, Radcliffe, Manchester, Lancashire M26 1GG Tel: 01204 705333 Email: grahamh@ddi-ltd.co.uk Web: www.ddi-ltd.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2001 In-House: CEISV Contracted Out: ADTU Specialist Group: DWG

E ECG Facilities Services

Suite 1 Bank House, The Paddock, Wilmslow Road, Handforth, Cheshire SK9 3HQ Tel: 01625 536790 Email: colinh@ep-tech.co.uk Web: www.ep-tech.co.uk Year Joined: 2011 In-House: ACEFGW Contracted Out: X Specialist Group: RACHP

Enviroplas Ltd

Unit 2, Shepherd Cross Street, Bolton, Lancashire BL1 3DE Tel: 01204 844744 Email: sales@enviroplas.co.uk Web: www.enviroplas.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1997 In-House: D Specialist Group: DWG

Evans Warrington Ltd

Unit 11, Palatine Industrial Estate, Causeway Avenue, Warrington, Cheshire WA4 6QQ Tel: 0192 557 5234 Email: chevans@evanswarrington.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2001 In-House: GHIKLMOS Contracted Out: ACETUVWZ

F Falconswift Environmental Ltd

John Davies House, 17-27 Pierce Street, Macclesfield, Cheshire SK11 6ER Tel: 0844 474 2216 Email: titus.w@falconswift.co.uk Year Joined: 2012 In-House: ST Specialist Group: SFG

Ellesmere Engineering Co Ltd

Flamefast (UK) Ltd

End Systems Ltd

Redwater House, Brunswick Street, Leigh, Lancashire WN7 2PL Tel: 01942 673229 Email: kay.corlett@endsystems.co.uk Web: www.endsystems.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1980 In-House: TUVXZ Contracted Out: WY

ENGIE FM Ltd

Belthorn House, Walker Park, Blackburn, Lancashire BB1 2QE Tel: 01254 662323 Email: ian.forster@engie.com Web: www.business.engie.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2007 In-House: ABS Specialist Group: RACHP, SFG

Francis Commissioning Services Ltd 24 Derby Street West, Ormskirk, Lancashire L39 3NH Tel: 01695 579869 Email: francis.commissioning@googlemail.com Web: www.franciscommissioning.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2008 In-House: SV Contracted Out: CDEGMTW

G GDI Air Conditioning Specialists Ltd 173 Bolton Road, Walkden, Manchester, Lancashire M28 3BJ Tel: 0161 790 0001 Email: sales@gdiairsolutions.com Web: www.gdiairsolutions.com Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2010 In-House: ABINS Contracted Out: CDEGMTUZ Specialist Group: RACHP

GDI Air Solutions Ltd

Phoenix House, Bradnor Road, Sharston, Manchester, Lancashire M22 4TF Tel: 01698 828778 Email: facilities@ecg-maint.com Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2009 In-House: ABCEGHMNRSVW Contracted Out: IJUYZ Specialist Group: SFG

Pennington Street, Worsley, Manchester, Lancashire M28 3LR Tel: 0161 799 7626 Email: matt@ellesmereeng.com Web: www.ellesmereeng.com Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1963 In-House: ABGIKLMNRSUWYZ Contracted Out: CDETV Specialist Group: SFG

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Environment & Power Technology Ltd

1 Heaton Court, Risley Road, Birchwood, Warrington, Cheshire WA3 6QU Tel: 01925 281230 Email: steve.hatch@flamefast.co.uk Contract Size: 3 Year Joined: 2010 In-House: EIMSY Specialist Group: DWG

Flamerite Ltd

Flamerite House, Hindley Street, Stockport SK1 3LF Tel: 0161 477 9494 Email: peter@flamerite.co.uk Web: www.flamerite.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 1987 In-House: AGHJMRSV Contracted Out: CELTZ Specialist Group: SFG

Fleetwood Sheet Metal Ltd

1 Denham Way, Fleetwood, Lancashire FY7 6PR Tel: 01253 879234 Email: info@fleetwoodsheetmetal.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2014 In-House: CEJK Contracted Out: D Specialist Group: DWG

173 Bolton Road, Worsley Manchester M28 3BJ Tel: 0161 790 0001 Fax: 0161 799 2746 Email: sales@gdiairsolutions.com Website: www.gdi-airsolutions.com

H H E Simm & Son Ltd

Spinnaker House, 141 Sefton Street, Liverpool, Merseyside L8 5SN Tel: 0151 707 3222 Email: gareth.simm@hesimm.co.uk Web: www.hesimm.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 2003 In-House: HINSVZ Contracted Out: ABCDELTWY

Halsall Heating

117a-121a Shakespeare Street, Southport, Southport, Merseyside PR8 5AN Tel: 01704 538300 Email: mail@halsallheating.co.uk Web: www.halsallheating.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2004 In-House: CDEGHIJLMNOPRSV Contracted Out: ATUWYZ Specialist Group: HAPS

Hargreaves Ductwork Ltd a Co of the M+W Group

Lord Street, Bury, Bury, Lancashire BL9 0RG Tel: 0161 764 5082 Email: tim.hopkinson@mw-hargreaves.net Web: www.hargreaves-ductwork.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 1951 In-House: CEIKVXY Contracted Out: ADJLTU Specialist Group: DWG

Hargreaves Ductwork Ltd a Co of the M+W Group

We offer a comprehensive package including: site surveys, off plan designs, specification advice and a FREE (no obligation) estimating service ensuring an accurate, competitive and speedy quotation.

Unit 20, Maritime Enterprise Park, Atlas Road, Bootle, Merseyside L20 4DY Tel: 0151 922 9622 Email: md.manage@mw-hargreaves.net Web: www.hargreaves-ductwork.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 1951 In-House: CIKVXY Contracted Out: ADEJLTUWZ Specialist Group: DWG

GDI Air Conditioning Ltd offer total support before, during and after the project to ensure piece of mind to you, our client. Our highly qualified engineers will be on hand to offer technical advice during the project ensuring a smooth operation from start to finish.

Guide Bridge Trading Estate, South Street, Ashton under Lyne, Lancashire OL7 0NU Tel: 020 8464 0915 Email: james@harrytaylor.co.uk Web: www.harrytaylor.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2008 In-House: GMX

As independent approved installers for all major brands, our company can offer you practical, unbiased advice and design solutions ensuring your requirements are fully achieved.

Harry Taylor of Ashton Ltd

HFL Building Solutions Ltd

Freeman House, Oldham Street, Denton, Manchester, Lancashire M34 3SU Tel: 0161 304 5904 Email: nbowran@hflbuildingsolutions.co.uk Web: www.hflbuildingsolutions.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2006 In-House: AGMS Contracted Out: BCDEFIJLNOPQRTUVWYZ Specialist Group: SFG

HY5 Commercial Cleaning Ltd 214 Ulverston Business Centre, 25 New Market Street, Ulverston, Cumbria LA12 7LQ Tel: 01229 588556 Email: info@hy5cleaning.co.uk Contract Size: 2 Year Joined: 2012 In-House: CET Specialist Group: SFG, VHB


BESA MEMBERS

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Imtech Engineering Services North Ltd

Hy5 Commercial Cleaning Ltd 214 Ulverston Business Centre, 25 New Market Street, Ulverston, Cumbria LA12 7LQ Tel: 0800 316 6280 Tel: 01229 588556 Email: info@hy5cleaning.co.uk Website: www.hy5cleaning.co.uk

Hy5 Commercial cleaning are fully accredited members of BESA, this means we are able to offer a 5* service to TR/19 standard throughout the North West area, our services include: • Deep cleaning of Extraction ducting systems • Installation of access panels (as required by TR/19) • Risk assessments and Method statements prepared for each clean • Certificate of Clean for insurance purposes • Full report (a must for insurance companies) • The possibility of reduced insurance premiums If you would like to discuss how we can potentially save and reduce your overheads call us now on 0800 316 6280 for our advice and free no obligation quote.

Hygienic Maintenance Ltd

Unit 2 Sandon Way, Sandon Way Industrial Estate, Liverpool, Merseyside L5 9YN Tel: 0333 500 8368 Email: george.friend@breathevss.co.uk Web: www.hml-uk.com Contract Size: 3 Year Joined: 1996 In-House: T Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

I IDS Services (UK) Ltd

Unit 1, Station Road Industrial Estate, Great Harwood, Blackburn, Lancashire BB6 7BA Tel: 01254 880010 Email: anthony@ids-services.co.uk Web: www.ids-services.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2010 In-House: ABCDESTX Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Imtech Inviron Ltd

4 Scholar Green Road, Cobra Court, Trafford Park, Manchester, Lancashire M32 0TB Tel: 0161 866 0900 Email: jason.hanson@imtechnorth.co.uk Web: www.inviron.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 1983 In-House: GJMNOPQRZ Contracted Out: ABCDEILUVWY Specialist Group: SFG

Calder House, St Georges Park, Kirkham, Preston, Lancashire PR4 2DZ Tel: 01772 471111 Email: ian.lammas@imtechnorth.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 1995 In-House: ABEGHIMNOPSTVYZ Contracted Out: CUW Specialist Group: HAPS

Innovate FM

Unit 30, Eton Business Park, Eton Hill Road, Manchester, Lancashire M26 2ZS Tel: 0161 724 8999 Email: rinchin.tashi@innovatefm.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2015 In-House: CDEST Contracted Out: ABFGHIJKLMNOPQRUVWYZ Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

INS Sudlows Ltd

Ducie Works, 107 Hulme Hall Lane, Manchester, Lancashire M40 8HH Tel: 0870 278 2787 Email: chloedummett@sudlows.com Year Joined: 2011 In-House: AS Specialist Group: RACHP

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M J Quinn Integrated Services Ltd

Kimpton Ltd

Unit 5 Hawkshead Road, Greenfields Technology Park, Bromborough, Merseyside CH62 3RJ Tel: 0151 343 1963 Email: colin@kimpton.ltd.uk Web: www.kimpton.ltd.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1969 In-House: ABFGHIJLMNRSUVWZ Contracted Out: CDEKOPTY Specialist Group: SFG

L Lorne Stewart PLC

Stewart House, Orford Park, Greenfold Way, Leigh, Lancashire WN7 3XJ Tel: 01942 683333 Email: david.brickliffe@lornestewart.co.uk Web: www.lornestewart.com Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 1988 In-House: GHIJMNOPQRZ Contracted Out: ABFKLSTUVWY Specialist Group: SFG

Integral UK Ltd

Lorne Stewart Services

720 Birchwood Boulevard, Birchwood, Warrington, Cheshire WA3 7QY Tel: 01925 847700 Email: phil.dodson@integral.co.uk Web: www.integral.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2005 In-House: ABGHKMNSXYZ Contracted Out: CDEFIJLOPQRTUVW Specialist Group: SFG

Estates Dept, Estates House, The Royal Liverpool University Hospital, 50a Prescott Street, Liverpool, Merseyside L7 8YE Tel: 0151 706 5566 Email: paul.booth@lornestewart.co.uk Web: www.lornestewart.com Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1988 In-House: W

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Lorne Stewart Services, Stewart House, Orford Park, Greenfold Way, Leigh, Lancashire WN7 3XJ Tel: 01942 683333 Email: paul.booth@lornestewart.co.uk Web: www.lornestewart.com Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1988 In-House: ST Specialist Group: SFG

J E Dean (Hazel Grove) Ltd

15 Napier Street, Hazel Grove, Stockport, Cheshire SK7 4EW Tel: 0161 483 5110 Email: info@jedean.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 1982 In-House: EGHIJKLMORSVWYZ Contracted Out: ABCU Specialist Group: HAPS

J Fletcher (Engineers) Ltd

Carlton Works, Lansdowne Road, Monton, Eccles, Manchester, Lancashire M30 9PJ Tel: 0161 787 7170 Email: steve.fletcher@jfletcher.co.uk Web: www.jfletcher.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1987 In-House: ABDEGIMNOPQRSUVWXZ Contracted Out: CLTY Specialist Group: SFG

Lorne Stewart Services

Lunar Refrigeration Ltd

Unit 5, Forestgate, White Lund Industrial Estate, Morecambe, Lancashire LA3 3PD Tel: 01524 64273 Email: youngm@lunarltd.co.uk Web: www.lunarltd.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2011 In-House: ABCGNSUVW Contracted Out: EIX Specialist Group: RACHP

M M A Anderton Ltd

81 Marsh Road, Little Lever, Bolton, Lancashire BL3 1RF Tel: 01204 861528 Email: maanderton@virginmedia.com Contract Size: 1 Year Joined: 2010 In-House: GHIM Specialist Group: HAPS

Oak House, Overbrook Lane, Knowsley Business Park, Knowsley, Merseyside L34 9FB Tel: 0151 547 8800 Email: ian.moore@mjquinn.co.uk Web: www.mjquinn.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2000 In-House: ABGHIJMSVYZ Contracted Out: CDEFKLNOPQRTUW Specialist Group: SFG

M.D.M.S Ltd

Units B4 & B8, Shay Lane Industrial Estate, Longridge, Preston, Lancashire PR3 3BT Tel: 01772 786738 Email: stephen@mdmsltd.net Web: www.mdmsltd.net Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2011 In-House: GHILMRSVZ Contracted Out: ABCDEKNTWX Specialist Group: HAPS

Manchester Working Ltd

Hendham Vale Industrial Estate, Vale Park Way, Crumpsall, Manchester, Lancashire M8 0AD Tel: 0161 274 0900 Email: brian.taylor@mearsgroup.co.uk Web: www.manchesterworking.com Contract Size: 3 Year Joined: 2008 In-House: GHMSW Contracted Out: ABELNOPU Specialist Group: SFG

Medway Heating (Bolton) Ltd

Unit 3, Viola Street, Astley Bridge, Bolton, Lancashire BL1 8NG Tel: 01204 305222 Email: paulcraven@medwayheating.com Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1984 In-House: GHLMNORSVWZ Contracted Out: ACDEPTUX

Murray Building Services Ltd

Unit 3, Sentinel Court, Wilkinson Way, Shadsworth Business Park, Blackburn, Lancashire BB1 2EH Tel: 01254 667046 Email: mm@murray-build-services.co.uk Web: www.murray-build-services.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2004 In-House: ABDGHIJKMNOPQRSUVZ Contracted Out: CEFLTWXY Specialist Group: HAPS

N N G Bailey Ltd

321 Ordsall Lane, Salford, Manchester, Lancashire M5 3HP Tel: 0161 872 0171 Email: kevin.morrissey@ngbailey.co.uk Web: www.ngbailey.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 1983 In-House: FGIJKMOPRSUVXZ Contracted Out: CDEHLTWY

Nederman Ltd

Unit 91 Seedlee Road, Walton Summit, Bamber Bridge, Preston, Lancashire PR5 8AE Tel: 0845 2743434 Email: paul.rowlands@nederman.co.uk Web: www.nederman.com Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2003 In-House: EV

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Northern Shire Facilities Management Ltd

382 Dunkirk Lane, Leyland, Preston, Lancashire PR26 7SY Tel: 01772 331999 Email: sales@northernshire.co.uk Web: www.northernshire.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2000 In-House: ET Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Norwest Projects Ltd

Office One, Morston Close, Ellenbrook Village Centre, Worsley, Manchester M28 1PB Tel: 0161 914 7512 Email: jb@norwestprojects.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2014 In-House: ABFGIJLNSUW Contracted Out: CDEKMOPQRTVYZ Specialist Group: RACHP

O Oakwood Technology Group Ltd

The Court Yard, Earl Road, Stanley Green Business Park, Cheadle Hulme, Stockport, Cheshire SK8 6GN Tel: 0161 488 4343 Email: charles.hart@oakwoodair.co.uk Web: www.oakwoodair.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1995 In-House: ACEFGIJLMNSUV Contracted Out: KTWXYZ Specialist Group: RACHP, SFG

P Piggott & Whitfield Ltd

Exemplar House, 8 Station View, Hazel Grove, Stockport, Cheshire SK7 5ER Tel: 0161 483 9438 Email: info@piggottandwhitfield.co.uk Web: www.piggottandwhitfield.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2007 In-House: GHIMUXYZ Contracted Out: ACJKLOPVW

Pinington Ltd

Aldrens Lane, Lancaster, Lancashire LA1 2DE Tel: 01524 599770 Email: helen.nugent@pinington.co.uk Web: www.pinington.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1983 In-House: GHILMRSZ

Plasma Clean Ltd

Broadstone Knowledge Mill, Broadstone Road, Stockport, Cheshire SK5 7DL Tel: 0161 443 4125 Email: david.glover@plasma-clean.com Web: www.plasma-clean.com Contract Size: 2 Year Joined: 2010 Contracted Out: CEX Specialist Group: DWG

Premier of Lytham Ltd

Unit 5 Apollo Court, Whitehill Business Park, Blackpool, Lancashire FY4 5FS Tel: 01253 207563 Email: sean@premieroflytham.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2008 In-House: ABCDEHNV Contracted Out: I Specialist Group: HAPS

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Primary Water Treatments Ltd 58 Lords Street, Cadishead, Manchester, Lancashire M44 5FF Tel: 0161 775 0835 Email: info@primarywatergroup.com Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2007 In-House: SW Specialist Group: SFG

PSI (Resources) Ltd

Unit 3, Barlow Street, Walkden, Manchester, Lancashire M28 3BQ Tel: 0161 703 8911 Email: steve@psigroup.co.uk Web: www.psigroup.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2009 In-House: ABENST Specialist Group: RACHP

Q Quiggin & Cubbon Ltd

Unit 15b, Tromode Industrial Estate, Douglas, Isle of Man IM4 4RG Tel: 01624 621042 Email: annette.christian@quigginandcubbon.com Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1989 In-House: GHILMS

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Spie Ltd

S C Horsfield Building Services Engineers Ltd

Horsfield Place, Rough Hey Road, Grimsargh, Preston, Lancashire PR2 5AR Tel: 01772 654402 Email: shaun@horsfield.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2002 In-House: ABEFGHIJKLMNOPRSVWZ Contracted Out: CDU Specialist Group: RACHP

Safeflow Ventilation Ltd

The Old School House, 188 Liscard Road, Wallasey CH44 5TN Tel: 07922 488555 Email: info@safeflowventilation.co.uk Web: www.safeflowventilation.co.uk In-House: ST

Sanber Ltd

3 Newnham Street, Astley Bridge, Bolton, Lancashire BL1 8QA Tel: 01204 596015 Email: bernard.coates@sanberlabservices.co.uk Web: www.sanberlabservices.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2004 In-House: DEFGISV Contracted Out: ACJKLMTUWYZ Specialist Group: DWG

Servest Building Services Ltd

R J Urmson Commissioning Engineers Ltd Kellett Street Works, Fellery Street, Chorley, Lancashire PR7 1EL Tel: 01257 262683 Email: louise@rjurmson.com Web: www.rjurmson.com Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2010 In-House: STV Contracted Out: I Specialist Group: SFG

Rotary Building Services Ltd

Phoenix House, Lakeside Drive, Centre Park, Warrington, Cheshire WA1 1RX Tel: 01925 402000 Email: mark.bramhall@rotarygroup.com Web: www.rotarygroup.com Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 2015 In-House: GIMPQRV Contracted Out: O

Rotary North West Ltd

Phoenix House, Lakeside Drive, Centre Park, Warrington, Cheshire WA1 1RX Tel: 01925 402000 Email: paul.briars@rotarygroup.com Web: www.hastieggroup.comau/ rotarygroupunitedkingdom Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 1968 In-House: GIMOPQRV

Russells Plumbers & Heating Engineers Ltd

Shell Hill Farm, Saltcotes Road, Lytham St Annes, Lancashire FY8 4LL Tel: 01253 735102 Email: russplumb@aol.com Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 1980 In-House: GHM Specialist Group: HAPS

M I O C, Suite 15c, Styal Road, Manchester, Lancashire M22 5WB Tel: 0161 437 9972 Email: lcowling@servest.co.uk Web: www.servest.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2003 In-House: ABGLMNSUYZ Contracted Out: CDEFIKTVWX Specialist Group: SFG

Servistec Ltd

Office Suite 1, J2 Business Park, Bridge Hall Lane, Bury, Lancashire BL9 7NY Tel: 0845 644 6718 Email: glenng@servistec.com Web: www.servistec.com Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 1999 In-House: ABFGILMNTUVW Contracted Out: CEX Specialist Group: RACHP

SES (Engineering Services) Ltd

SPIE Venus Building, Manchester, Lancashire M41 7HA Tel: 0161 749 6300 Email: hilary.moss@spie.com Web: www.spiematthewhall.com Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1965 In-House: FGHIMSVYZ Contracted Out: ALTUWX Specialist Group: SFG

T Temperature Control Ltd

Walker House, Chester Road, Old Trafford, Manchester, Lancashire M16 9HN Tel: 0161 872 5722 Email: jeff.mellor@temperaturecontrol.co.uk Web: www.temperaturecontrol.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1994 In-House: ABINSVX Contracted Out: CDEFGHJKLMOTUWYZ Specialist Group: RACHP

The James Mercer Group Ltd

Tulketh Hall Works, Hesketh Street, Preston, Lancashire PR2 2RB Tel: 01772 775700 Email: johnmoxham@jamesmercergroup.co.uk Web: www.jamesmercergroup.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1967 In-House: ABCEJKNS Contracted Out: DFGILMOPRTUVWYZ Specialist Group: DWG, RACHP

The James Mercer Group Ltd

101 New Court Way, Ormskirk, Lancashire L39 2EZ Tel: 01695 572401 Email: neil@jamesmercerormskirk.co.uk Web: www.jamesmercergroup.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1967 In-House: N Contracted Out: ABCDEFGIJKLMOPRSTUVWYZ

Thermatic Building Services Ltd

Unit 3, Sovereign Enterprise Park, King William Street, Salford, Lancashire M50 3UP Tel: 0161 872 3724 Email: hr@thermatic.co.uk Web: www.thermatic.co.uk Year Joined: 2015 In-House: ABGIUWZ Contracted Out: X

Shepherd House, Southmoor Road, Manchester, Lancashire M23 9GH Tel: 0161 945 5589 Email: sbradshaw@ses-ltd.co.uk Web: www.ses-ltd.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 1976 In-House: ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ Specialist Group: DWG

Unit 3, Sovereign Enterprise Park, King William Street, Salford, Lancashire M50 3UP Tel: 0161 872 3724 Email: s.holland@thermatic.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2014 In-House: HOZ

SMG Europe Ltd

Thermatic Ltd

M.E.N. Arena, Victoria Station, Manchester, Lancashire M3 1AR Tel: 0161 950 2071 Email: dave.batty@smg-europe.com Web: www.smg-europe.com/facilitiesmanagement Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 2004 In-House: SX Specialist Group: SFG

Thermatic Homes Ltd

Unit 3, Sovereign Enterprise Park, King William Street, Salford, Lancashire M50 3UP Tel: 0161 872 3724 Email: hr@thermatic.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2014 In-House: ABCDEGHJMSVWYZ Contracted Out: P


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Thermatic Maintenance Ltd

VES Andover Ltd

Unit 3, Sovereign Enterprise Park, King William Street, Salford, Lancashire M50 3UP Tel: 0161 872 3724 Email: s.holland@thermatic.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 1994 In-House: ABFGMSTV Contracted Out: CDEUWZ Specialist Group: RACHP

Unit 6 Willan Enterprise Centre, 4th Avenue, The Village, Trafford Park, Manchester, Lancashire M17 1DB Tel: 0161 848 8711 Email: info@ves.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2007 In-House: ABCDEFGIJNSTUVZ Specialist Group: SFG

Thomas Armstrong (Construction) Ltd

Vital Energi Utilities Ltd

Workington Road, Flimby, Maryport, Cumbria CA15 8RY Tel: 01900 842092 Email: brian.holgate@thomasarmstrong.co.uk Web: www.thomasarmstrong.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2013 In-House: HIRS Contracted Out: ABCDELNOPTUVWZ Specialist Group: HAPS

Century House, Roman Way, Blackburn, Lancashire BB1 2LD Tel: 01254 296000 Email: james.gallacher@vitalenergi.co.uk Web: www.vitalenergi.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 2002 In-House: GIKMSVX Contracted Out: RUWZ

Total Deep Clean Ltd

Unit 26 Cariocca Business Park, 2 Sawley Road, Miles Platting, Manchester, Lancashire M40 8BB Tel: 07803 363938 Email: admin@vivantspring.co.uk Web: www.vivantspring.co.uk Contract Size: 1 Year Joined: 2014 In-House: TX Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

68 Foxhole Road, Ackhurst Park Indust'l Estate, Chorley, Lancashire PR7 1NW Tel: 01257 241500 Email: totaldeepclean@supanet.com Web: www.totaldeepclean.co.uk Contract Size: 3 Year Joined: 2012 In-House: T Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Townley Hughes & Co Ltd

Unit 22, Rossmore Business Village, Inward Way, Ellesmere Port, Cheshire CH65 3EY Tel: 0151 357 1800 Email: allanwaters@townleyhughes.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1972 In-House: HJOPQRSV Contracted Out: ABCDEFGIKLMNTUWXYZ

U University of Liverpool

Facilities Management, Bedford House, Oxford Street, Liverpool, Merseyside L69 7ZP Tel: 0151 794 2181 Email: william.steadman@liv.ac.uk Contract Size: 1 Year Joined: 2014 In-House: GHJMNOPQRSZ Contracted Out: ABCDEFIKLTUVWXY Specialist Group: SFG

V Vaughan Engineering Ltd

The Breeze, Claremont House, 2 Kelvin Close, Warrington, Cheshire WA3 7PB Tel: 0844 9632172 Email: gordon.galletly@vaughan-group.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 1994 In-House: GMX Contracted Out: AIOPQRV

Vivant Spring Cleaning Solutions Ltd

W W T Building Services Ltd

River Street Works, River Street, Heywood, Heywood, Lancashire OL10 4AB Tel: 0844 893 3111 Email: sales@wtbs.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2007 In-House: HISV Contracted Out: ABCDETYZ Specialist Group: DWG

Winrow Building Services Ltd 5 Stockham Close, Halton Village, Runcorn, Cheshire WA7 2PA Tel: 01928 778383 Email: wnrjcql@aol.com Web: www.winrowltd.com Contract Size: 2 Year Joined: 2005 In-House: AGH

WMB (Mechanical) Ltd

Ventures House, 11a Claremont Road, Salford, Lancashire M6 7NW Tel: 0161 727 9777 Email: phil@wmbmech.co.uk Contract Size: 3 Year Joined: 2013 In-House: GHIMV Contracted Out: ABCDELTW Specialist Group: HAPS

Ventorex Ltd

Nelson Street, Bolton, Bolton, Lancashire BL3 2RW Tel: 01204 399970 Email: admin@ventorex.com Web: www.ventorex.com Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1986 In-House: CDE Specialist Group: DWG

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BESA MEMBERS

National Executive for Scotland and Northern Ireland: Iain McCaskey The Walled Garden, Bush Estate, Midlothian EH26 0SD Tel: 0131 445 5580 Email: iain.mccaskey@thebesa.com Supported by: Assistant National Executive - Zanna Tweedie Email: zanna.tweedie@thebesa.com

BESA provides a free online search service (www.thebesa.com/find-a-besa-member) designed to make it easy and quick to find BESA member(s) that you require to deliver heating, ventilating, ductwork, facilities management, refrigeration, air conditioning, commissioning and maintenance services. The service allows users to search for a BESA member by radius (distance from the project site) and by region: most BESA members are willing to work outside their geographic location and will welcome your enquiry.

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Up to £25k Up to £100k Up to £500k Up to £10m

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Air conditioning Refrigeration / F Gas Ductwork - Sheet metal Ductwork - Plastics Local exhaust & Kitchen ventilation Indoor air quality Commercial heating & plumbing Domestic heating, plumbing, service & maintenance I Design & build J Pipework K Offsite prefabricated pipework / plant room L Underfloor heating M Commercial / industrial gas fitting N Renewable energy - Heat pumps O Renewable energy - Solar photovoltaics P Renewable energy - Solar thermal Q Renewable energy - Wind R Renewable energy - Biomass CHP S Facilities services & maintenance T Ductwork cleaning & vent hygiene U Automatic control systems V Commissioning / performance testing W Water treatment X Lloyds class 1 welding Y Fire protection engineering Z Electrical contracting

SFG Service & Facilities Group RACHP Refrigeration, Air Conditioning & Heat Pump Group HAPS Heating & Plumbing Services Group DWG Ductwork Group VHB Ventilation Hygiene Branch

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All-Duct Cleaning Services

Alexander Rankin & Son Ltd

60 Main Street, Castledawson, Magherafelt, County Londonderry BT45 8AB Tel: 028 7946 8231 Email: julie@alexanderrankin.co.uk Web: www.alexanderrankinandson.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1995 In-House: ACDEGHIJMN Contracted Out: LRTUW Specialist Group: HAPS

81 Ballymacarn Road, Ballynahinch, County Down BT24 8JS Tel: 028 9756 2301 Email: davidorradcs@aol.com Web: www.adcs.biz Contract Size: 3 Year Joined: 2006 In-House: EST Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Assure Services NI Ltd

Unit B1 Antrim Enterprise Agency, Antrim Enterprise Park, Antrim, County Antrim BT41 1JZ Tel: 028 9446 6724 Email: damien@assureservicesni.co.uk Web: www.assureservicesni.co.uk Year Joined: 2016 In-House: T

Brankin Engineering Ltd

Aercon Works, 556 Antrim Road, Newtownabbey, County Antrim BT36 4RF Tel: 028 9083 7441 Email: stuart.vaughan@brankin.co.uk Web: www.vaughan-group.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1979 In-House: ACDEY Contracted Out: IT Specialist Group: DWG

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B All-Duct Cleaning Services

81 Ballymacarn Road Ballynahinch, County Down BT24 8JS Tel: 028 9756 2301 Fax: 028 9756 2307 Email: adcssales@aol.com Website: www.adcs.biz ADCS was established in 2002 to provide a first class, specialist service to meet the growing demand within Ireland and the UK for a specialist ductwork cleaning company. We are able to undertake professional and thorough cleaning of all types of ventilation systems. All of our Air Hygiene Technicians are fully trained and certified, based on HVCA TR19 guidelines and are proactive in helping you to meet the ever growing demands of building maintenance legislation and requirements. We can clean any type of ventilation system from kitchen extract systems, which should be cleaned at least once per year, LEV systems, through to ultra clean theatres in hospitals.

B J McGrath Plumbing & Heating 34 Garvagh Road, Donaghmore, Dungannon, County Tyrone BT70 3LS Tel: 028 8776 7359 Email: info@bjmcgrath.com Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1994 In-House: CDEGHLMPW Contracted Out: ABFNSTUXYZ Specialist Group: HAPS

B Tremlett Plumbing & Heating 187 Newcastle Road, Kilkeel, County Down BT34 4NN Tel: 028 4176 3867 Email: colintremlett@ymail.com Contract Size: 2 Year Joined: 1994 In-House: GHLMPSW Specialist Group: HAPS

Blackbourne Ltd

2 Springfarm Industrial Estate, Ballymena Road, Antrim, County Antrim BT41 4NZ Tel: 028 9446 4231 Email: giles.hill@blackbourne.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1998 In-House: GHJKMOSZ Contracted Out: ABCDEFLNPQRUWXY

Calor Gas

Airport Road West Sydenham, Belfast BT3 9EE Tel: 028 9045 5588 Email: info@calorgas.ie Website: www.calorgas.ie Calor have a long-standing record of working with and understanding the energy needs of a wide spectrum of businesses across Ireland, ranging from the hospitality and leisure industry, to the agriculture sector to large scale industrial manufacturing businesses. We have established a dedicated team of specialised Energy Advisors to cater for our customer’s requirements and to develop tailored energy solutions utilising the economy and efficiency that Calor LPG powered equipment offers. Also, as a cleaner fuel*, the reduced maintenance required, can make a positive impact on a business’s bottom line, while the reduced CO2 emissions will demonstrate a commitment to the environment and sustainability. *www.seai.ie


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CHC Group Ltd

33 Seagoe Industrial Estate, Craigavon, County Armagh BT63 5QD Tel: 028 3833 4874 Email: a.poole@chcltd.com Web: www.chcltd.com Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1974 In-House: CEGHIJKLMNOPQRSTWZ Contracted Out: ABDFUVXY

Clearwater Technology Ltd

Unit 5, 22 Heron Road, Sydenham Business Park, Belfast BT3 9LE Tel: 028 9046 0824 Email: aaron.black@clearwater.eu.com Web: www.clearwater.eu.com Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1995 In-House: FTVW Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

CMK Mechanical Services Ltd 8 Drumhubbert Road, Coalisland, Dungannon, County Tyrone BT71 5EB Tel: 028 8773 8455 Email: sean@cmkplumbing.co.uk Web: www.cmkplumbing.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2011 In-House: GHPX Contracted Out: AIM Specialist Group: HAPS

Compliance & Environmental Services Ltd

Milltown Industrial Estate, Warrenpoint, County Down BT34 3FN Tel: 028 4175 4035 Email: paul.devenny@envirogroupni.com Web: www.envirogroupni.com Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2002 In-House: CEFGISTVY Specialist Group: DWG

D David Anderson Plumbing & Heating Services Ltd 41a Tirmacrannon Road, Loughgall, Armagh, County Armagh BT61 8LW Tel: 028 3889 1320 Email: info@andersonmechanical.net Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2011 In-House: GHIM Contracted Out: ABCDELNVW Specialist Group: HAPS

Devlin Mechanical Ltd

4 Carlane Road, Toomebridge, County Antrim BT41 3NT Tel: 028 796 50401 Email: info@devlinmechanical.com Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1996 In-House: GHIJKLMORSWZ Contracted Out: ABCDEFPTUVY

E Electrical & Data Systems Ltd

Unit A8, The Business Centre, 5 Tobermore Road, Draperstown, Co Londonderry BT45 7AG Tel: 028 7962 7962 Email: info@edsni.com Year Joined: 2014 In-House: Z Specialist Group: HAPS

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Graham Asset Management

LM Services (NI) Ltd

20 Wildflower Way, Belfast BT12 6TA Tel: 0845 6006300 Email: stephen.mccreanor@graham.co.uk Web: www.graham.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2008 In-House: S Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Michael Nugent Ltd

18 Old Saintfield Road, Belfast BT8 8EY Tel: 02890 814141 Email: paul@lmservicesni.com Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2013 In-House: GHLNOPQRSTUZ Contracted Out: ABCDEWY Specialist Group: SFG

H Handley Heating Services

30 Edenordinary Road, Banbridge, County Down BT32 4HA Tel: 02892 693588 Email: info@handleyheating.com Web: www.handleyheating.com Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2004 In-House: HILS

HTC Mechanical Services Ltd 1 Annaghmore Road, Coalisland, County Tyrone BT71 4QZ Tel: 028 8774 7340 Email: hugh@htcmechanical.com Web: www.htcmechanical.com Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2008 In-House: AGHLMNSVWZ Contracted Out: IRX

Hutton (M & E) Services Ltd

Unit 6, 18 Westbank Road, Belfast BT3 9JL Tel: 02890 772888 Email: wayne@huttonmech.com Web: www.huttonmech.com Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2003 In-House: GMNOPRYZ Contracted Out: LVW

J J F & H Dowds Ltd

2-4 Milltown Road, Ballymoney, Antrim BT53 6LE Tel: 028 2766 2789 Email: bryan.armstrong@dowdsgroup.com Web: www.dowdsgroup.com Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2010 In-House: GIJKMNOPRSZ Contracted Out: ABCDEFLTUVWY

Miles-Ash Ltd

576 Doagh Road, Newtownabbey, County Antrim BT36 5BU Tel: 028 9083 0700 Email: alan.douglas@quigginandcubbon.com Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1979 In-House: ACDEI Contracted Out: T Specialist Group: DWG

Montgomery Refrigeration Ltd LM Services (NI) Ltd

18 Old Saintfield Road, Belfast, Antrim BT8 8EY Tel: 02890 814141 Fax: 02890 815188 Email: info@lmservicesni.com Website: www.lmservicesni.com

Hanna Mechanical Services LLP Emerson House, 14b Ballynahinch Road, Carryduff, Belfast BT8 8DN Tel: 02890 817841 Email: info@hannamechanical.com Web: www.hannamechanical.com Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2013 In-House: DEGHKLMNOPQRSV Contracted Out: ABCFITUWYZ Specialist Group: HAPS

2 Tandragee Road, Pomeroy, County Tyrone BT70 3DS Tel: 028 8775 8617 Email: michaela@michaelnugent.co.uk Web: www.michaelnugent.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2011 In-House: GHJKLMNSZ Contracted Out: ABCDEFIOPQRTUVWXY

We are a forward thinking customer focused business, delivering M&E installations to a wide range of commercial and industrial premises throughout Northern Ireland. We offer a high quality installation through skilled tradesmen which allows projects to be completed to the highest standards. This ensures that the majority of our work is through repeat business and recommendations. We are continuing to expand our business, in a planned manner and with the delivery of successful projects and customer satisfaction as the forefront of our philosophy.

M Maurice Flynn & Sons Ltd

Saunders House, 62 Springbank Industrial Estate, Belfast BT17 0QL Tel: 028 9030 3800 Email: robert.briggs@mauriceflynn.com Web: www.mauriceflynn.com Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2010 In-House: H Contracted Out: ABIUZ Specialist Group: HAPS

Michael McGonigle Plbg & Htg Contractor

85 Bells Park Road, Urbane, Strabane, County Armagh BT82 9QY Tel: 028 7188 3727 Email: info@michaelmcgonigle.com Web: www.michaelmcgonigle.com Contract Size: 3 Year Joined: 1999 In-House: HX Contracted Out: ABCDEFGIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWYZ Specialist Group: HAPS

5 Falcon Road, Adelaide Industrial Estate, Belfast BT12 6RD Tel: 02890 662111 Email: ifawcett@montgomery-ltd.co.uk Year Joined: 2004 In-House: B Specialist Group: RACHP

N Northern Mechanical Ltd

5 Queensway Park, Mosside Road, Belfast BT17 9HP Tel: 028 9061 9630 Email: northern.mechanical@btconnect.com Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 1998 In-House: DGHJMNOPQRSVW Contracted Out: ABCEILTUXYZ

O Omega Mechanical Services Ltd

14 Springtown Road, Springtown Industrial Estate, Londonderry BT48 0LY Tel: 028 7137 0219 Email: vincent@callomega.com Web: www.callomega.com Year Joined: 2011 In-House: ACGHJSU Specialist Group: SFG

P Pipeline Mechanical Services Ltd

32 Coshquin Road, Derry, Derry City BT48 0NF Tel: 028 7137 2885 Email: pvaughan@pipelinemechanical.co.uk Web: www.pipelinemechanical.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 1998 In-House: EGHLMOSVW Contracted Out: CDUYZ Specialist Group: HAPS

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Scott & Ewing Ltd

TMC Gas Services Ltd

Whitehouse Engineering Company Ltd

59 Crevenagh Road, Omagh, County Armagh BT79 0EX Tel: 028 8224 2622 Email: robert@s-e-group.co.uk Web: www.woodvaleconstruction.co.uk Year Joined: 2012 Contracted Out: X

Sharpe Mechanical Services

57 Sydenham Road, Belfast BT3 9DJ Tel: 028 9045 8185 Email: eddie.mcmaster@sharpegroup.com Web: www.sharpegroup.com Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1982 In-House: CDEGIKMNORSTV Contracted Out: ABFLUWYZ

Sharpe Ventilation Services Ltd

57 Sydenham Road, Belfast BT3 9DJ Tel: 028 9045 8185 Email: eddie.mcmaster@sharpegroup.com Web: www.sharpegroup.com Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1979 In-House: CDEISTV Contracted Out: AUX Specialist Group: DWG

Source Air Conditioning & Electrical Services (NI) Ltd

Unit 3A, Valley Business Centre, 67 Church Road, Newtownabbey, Glengormley BT36 7LS Tel: 02890 551866 Email: sourceair@btconnect.com Web: www.sourceace.com Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2006 In-House: ABN Specialist Group: RACHP

Stothers M & E Ltd

Radiant Works, 23 Sunwich Street, Ravenhill Avenue, Belfast BT6 8HR Tel: 028 9045 0821 Email: bmegarry@stothersm-e.co.uk Web: www.stothers-e.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2012 In-House: GHIJKLMNOPQRSZ Contracted Out: ABCDEFUVWY Specialist Group: SFG

Sure Deep Clean

Valley Business Centre, Unit B10, 67 Church Road, Newtownabbey, County Antrim BT36 7LS Tel: 028 9036 9021 Email: info@suredeepclean.co.uk Web: www.suredeepclean.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2011 In-House: CT Contracted Out: X Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

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24 Longfield Road, Longfield Industrial Estate (West), Eglinton, Northern Ireland BT47 3PY Tel: 028 7181 3531 Email: colm@tmcgasservices.co.uk Web: www.tmcgasservices.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2013 In-House: GHJMNOPQRSVZ Contracted Out: ABCDEFKLTUWXY

14 Trench Road, Mallusk, Newtownabbey, County Antrim BT36 4UU Tel: 028 9084 8311 Email: stephen@whitehouse-eng.com Web: www.whitehouse-eng.com Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1977 In-House: CE Contracted Out: DI Specialist Group: DWG

Total Fan Services

1 Upper Braniel Road, Castlereagh, Belfast BT5 7TS Tel: 02890 703785 Email: totalfanservices@btconnect.com Contract Size: 3 Year Joined: 2004 In-House: FOPQRSV Contracted Out: ABCDEGHJKLMNTUWYZ Specialist Group: SFG

V Vaughan Engineering Group Ltd Aercon Works, 556 Antrim Road, Newtownabbey, County Antrim BT36 4RF Tel: 028 9083 7441 Email: vegl@vaughan-group.co.uk Web: www.vaughan-group.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 1984 In-House: CEGJKMNOPQRSZ Contracted Out: ABDILTUVWXY

Vaughan Engineering Services Ltd

Aercon Works, 556 Antrim Road, Newtownabbey, County Antrim BT36 4RF Tel: 028 9083 7441 Email: david.patterson@vaughan-group.co.uk Web: www.vaughan-group.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 1985 In-House: CDEGIJKMOPQRSZ Contracted Out: ABLNTUVWY

Victoria Mechanical Services Ltd

Unit A22, No 20 Heron Road, Sydenham Business Park, Belfast BT3 9LE Tel: 028 9073 2029 Email: info@victoriamechanicalservices.co.uk Web: www.victoriamechanicalservices.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1989 In-House: FGHIJKLMPY Contracted Out: ACDENUVWZ Specialist Group: HAPS

Whitehouse Engineering Co. Ltd

HVAC Engineers & Metal Fabricators 14 Trench Road, Mallusk Newtownabbey, Antrim BT36 4UU Tel: 028 9084 8311 Fax: 028 9034 2773 Email: info@whitehouse-eng.com Website: www.whitehouse-eng.com Whitehouse Engineering Co. Ltd. was established in 1968 and has steadily grown on its reputation for high quality workmanship, especially on specialized construction projects. The company has successfully completed projects for a wide variety of public, commercial and industrial organizations. Projects range from hospitals and schools, to banking, pharmaceutical facilities, food production and retail outlets. We operate from a well equipped and spacious production facility incorporating the latest production machinery including our own in house CAD / CAM drawing office. The company prides its self in providing quality service and product and is certified to ISO 9001 and ISO 140001.

William Coates Ltd

37 Mallusk Road, Newtownabbey, County Antrim BT36 4PP Tel: 028 9034 2560 Email: acampbell@williamcoates.com Year Joined: 2015 In-House: ACGSZ


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SCOTLAND National Executive for Scotland and Northern Ireland: Iain McCaskey The Walled Garden, Bush Estate, Midlothian EH26 0SD Tel: 0131 445 5580 Email: iain.mccaskey@thebesa.com Supported by: Assistant National Executive - Zanna Tweedie Email: zanna.tweedie@thebesa.com

BESA provides a free online search service (www.thebesa.com/find-a-besa-member) designed to make it easy and quick to find BESA member(s) that you require to deliver heating, ventilating, ductwork, facilities management, refrigeration, air conditioning, commissioning and maintenance services. The service allows users to search for a BESA member by radius (distance from the project site) and by region: most BESA members are willing to work outside their geographic location and will welcome your enquiry.

A A M Air Conditioning Ltd

106 Clober Road, Milngavie, Glasgow, Lanarkshire G62 7SR Tel: 0141 956 2666 Email: glenn@theamggroup.co.uk Web: www.amair.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 1991 In-House: ABCDEFGHMNSTU Contracted Out: WYZ Specialist Group: RACHP, SFG

A Tech Heating Ltd

26 Deerdykes View, Westfield Industrial Area, Cumbernauld, Glasgow, Lanarkshire G68 9HN Tel: 01236 738583 Email: alan@atechheat.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2006 In-House: GHIJKMR Contracted Out: ABCDELNTUVWXYZ 1 3 5 7

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Air conditioning Refrigeration / F Gas Ductwork - Sheet metal Ductwork - Plastics Local exhaust & Kitchen ventilation Indoor air quality Commercial heating & plumbing Domestic heating, plumbing, service & maintenance I Design & build J Pipework K Offsite prefabricated pipework / plant room L Underfloor heating M Commercial / industrial gas fitting N Renewable energy - Heat pumps O Renewable energy - Solar photovoltaics P Renewable energy - Solar thermal Q Renewable energy - Wind R Renewable energy - Biomass CHP S Facilities services & maintenance T Ductwork cleaning & vent hygiene U Automatic control systems V Commissioning / performance testing W Water treatment X Lloyds class 1 welding Y Fire protection engineering Z Electrical contracting

SFG Service & Facilities Group RACHP Refrigeration, Air Conditioning & Heat Pump Group HAPS Heating & Plumbing Services Group DWG Ductwork Group VHB Ventilation Hygiene Branch

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Advanced Energy Management Services Ltd Unit 4E3, Templeton Business Centre, 62 Templeton Street, Glasgow, Lanarkshire G40 1DA Tel: 0141 550 8808 Email: jim.leishman@ advancedenergymanagement.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1995 In-House: AGHLMQSW Contracted Out: CDET Specialist Group: SFG

Alba Facilities Services Ltd

37 Lonmay Drive, Panorama Business Village, Glasgow, Lanarkshire G33 4EP Tel: 0141 771 8888 Email: klyne@albafs.co.uk Web: www.albafs.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2008 In-House: ABHS Contracted Out: T Specialist Group: SFG

All Cleaned Up (Scotland)

12a Dumbryden Road, Edinburgh, Midlothian EH14 2AB Tel: 07501 726387 Email: info@allcleanedupscotland.co.uk Web: www.allcleanedupscotland.co.uk Year Joined: 2015 In-House: ST Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Anderson Floor Warming Ltd

Unit 119, Atlas Express Industrial Estate, 1 Rutherglen Road, Glasgow, Lanarkshire G73 1SX Tel: 0141 647 6716 Email: mike@andersonfloorwarming.co.uk Web: www.andersonfloorwarming.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2005 In-House: GHLNP Contracted Out: ABMQRV Specialist Group: HAPS

Advanced Refrigeration

Prop View, Monteach Road, Methlick, Aberdeenshire AB41 7JT Tel: 01651 806211 Email: jason@advanced-refrigeration.co.uk Web: www.advanced-refrigeration.co.uk Contract Size: 2 Year Joined: 2006 In-House: ABN Specialist Group: RACHP

Airco Developments Ltd

Unit 3D, Newbattle Business Park, Dalkeith, Midlothian EH22 3LH Tel: 0131 660 9555 Email: john@aircoltd.co.uk Web: www.aircoltd.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2010 In-House: CDEIMSTVXZ Contracted Out: AB Specialist Group: DWG

Arthur McKay Building Services 42 Dryden Road, Bilston Industrial Estate, Loanhead, Midlothian EH20 9LZ Tel: 0131 440 6000 Email: george.craig@arthur-mckay.com Web: www.arthurmckay.com Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 2001 In-House: ABCDEGIJKMNORSXYZ Contracted Out: LTUVW

Atlas Air Conditioning Ltd

Pavilion 2, 3 Dava Street, Broomloan Road, Glasgow, Lanarkshire G51 2JA Tel: 0141 425 1010 Email: grahame@atlasaircon.co.uk Web: www.atlasaircon.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2000 In-House: ABCEIS Contracted Out: T Specialist Group: RACHP

B Balfour Beatty Engineering Services Ltd

Lumina Building, 40 Ainslie Road, Hillington Park, Glasgow, Lanarkshire G52 4RU Tel: 0141 880 2000 Email: bill.marr@balfourbeatty.com Web: www.balfourbeatty.com Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2009 In-House: GIJMNOPQRXZ Contracted Out: ABCDELSTUVWY Specialist Group: DWG, SFG

Beaumont Service Scotland Ltd Anderson Floor Warming and Renewables

Unit 119 Atlas Express Industrial Estate 1 Rutherglen Road, Glasgow G73 1SX Tel: 0141 647 6716 Fax: 0141 647 6751 Email: mail@andersonfloorwarming.co.uk Website: www.andersonfloorwarming.co.uk We specialise in heating from renewable energy including the supply and installation of underfloor heating, ground and air source heat pumps, heat recovery ventilation and solar thermal panels.

18 Crowhill Road, Bishopbrigs, Glasgow, Lanarkshire G64 1QY Tel: 0141 772 3999 Email: serviceoffice@beaumontservice.co.uk Contract Size: 3 Year Joined: 1996 In-House: A Specialist Group: RACHP

Blantyre Park Services Ltd

Blantyre Park Farm, Auchentibber, Blantyre G72 0TS Tel: 01698 721500 Email: jonathan@blantyreparkservices.co.uk Web: www.blantyreparkservices.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2007 In-House: CDGHIMN Contracted Out: ABEFJKLOPQRSTUVXYZ


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Blitz Group Ltd

Units 1 & 2 Cloverhill Place, Chryston Business Park, Chryston, Glasgow, Lanarkshire G69 9DQ Tel: 0141 779 4209 Email: jim@blitzgroup.co.uk Web: www.blitzgroup.co.uk Contract Size: 3 Year Joined: 2009 In-House: T Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Brankin Engineering Ltd

Aercon Works, East Mains Ind. Estate, Broxburn, West Lothian EH52 5ND Tel: 01506 853506 Email: stuart.vaughan@brankin.co.uk Web: www.vaughan-group.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1979 In-House: ACDETY Contracted Out: I Specialist Group: DWG

Burnnawn Services Ltd

Unit 4, Mayfield Industrial Estate, Hurlford, Kilmarnock, East Ayrshire KA1 5EX Tel: 01563 559393 Email: martin@burnawnservices.co.uk Web: www.burnawnservices.co.uk Year Joined: 2015 In-House: CDGIM

C C & M Environmental Ltd

52 Strathmore Road, Balmore Industrial Estate, Glasgow, Lanarkshire G22 7DW Tel: 0141 336 7774 Email: s.cameron@cmenvironmental.co.uk Web: www.cmenvironmental.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 1994 In-House: ABGINSVZ Contracted Out: MTU Specialist Group: RACHP, SFG

Caledonian Heating & Plumbing Ltd Unit 42, West Gorgie Park, Hutchison Road, Edinburgh, Midlothian EH14 1UT Tel: 0131 444 2010 Email: amanda@caledonianheating.co.uk Web: www.caledonianheating.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2010 In-House: GJMSW Contracted Out: ABCDETU

Campbells Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Ltd

7 Ash Road, Broadmeadow Industrial Estate, Dumbarton, West Dumbartonshire G82 2RS Tel: 01389 742986 Email: campbell@campbellsairconditioning.co.uk Web: www.campbellsairconditioning.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2009 In-House: ABCDEINS Contracted Out: UZ

CAS Hire

11 Borrowmeadow Road, Springkerse Industrial Estate, Stirling, Stirlingshire FK7 7UW Tel: 01786 448862 Email: gavin@cas-hire.co.uk Web: www.cas-hire.co.uk Contract Size: 3 Year Joined: 2007 In-House: INV

CBES Ltd

Caledonia House, Lawmoor Street, Glasgow, Lanarkshire G5 0US Tel: 0845 674 0017 Email: mick.devlin1@city-holdings.co.uk Web: www.city-holdings.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2004 In-House: ABGMZ Contracted Out: CDEHJLNOUWY

CBRE Managed Services Ltd

International House, Hamilton International Technology Park, Stanley B'lvd, High Blantyre, Glasgow, Lanarkshire G72 0BN Tel: 01698 404720 Email: kevin.walker@norlandmanagedservices.co.uk Web: www.norlandmanagedservices.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 1985 In-House: ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ Specialist Group: SFG

Chillforce Ltd

Unit 1 Market Mews, Market Street, Dundee, Tayside DD1 3LA Tel: 01382 450277 Email: david.grant@chillforceltd.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2012 In-House: ABINOST Contracted Out: GM Specialist Group: RACHP

Clearwater Technology Ltd

20/22 Langlands Avenue, Kelvin South Industrial Estate, East Kilbride G75 0YG Tel: 01355 266044 Email: ross.sloan@clearwater.eu.com Web: www.clearwater.eu.com Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1995 In-House: FTV Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Combined Energy Solutions Ltd

Unit 10, Michaelson Square, Kirkton Campus, Livingston, West Lothian EH54 7DP Tel: 01506 591774 Email: peter.chappell@combinedenergy.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1966 In-House: IU Specialist Group: SFG

Commissioning Operation & Training Services Ltd

55 Main Street, The Village, Cumbernauld, North Lanarkshire G67 1RT Tel: 01236 738222 Email: nick@cotslimited.com Contract Size: 2 Year Joined: 1997 In-House: V Specialist Group: SFG

Cool & Easy

Unit 209 bomber harris green, Heathall Industrial Estate, Dumfries DG1 3PH Tel: 01387 261818 Email: info@coolneasy.co.uk Web: www.coolneasy.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2014 In-House: ABCDEGJNTX Specialist Group: RACHP

Corton Clean

4 Corton Lea, Ayrshire KA6 6GJ Tel: 01292 442109 Email: cortonclean@gmail.com Web: www.cortonclean.com Year Joined: 2015 In-House: HST Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Crown House Technologies

21 Woodhall, Eurocentral, Holytown, Motherwell ML1 4YT Tel: 01698 731002 Email: jthomson@crownhouse.com Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 1904 In-House: HIJKUVZ Contracted Out: ABCDEFGLMNOPQRTWY

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E Easy Heat Systems Ltd

McDermott House, Inveralmond Place, Perth PH1 3TS Tel: 01738 445222 Email: jodie@mcdermottgroup.co.uk Web: www.easyheatsystems.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2012 In-House: GHIMNOPRUVZ Specialist Group: HAPS

ECG Facilities Services

DCUK FM

1 Woodfield Road, Welwyn Garden City Hertfordshire AL7 1JQ Tel: 0870 112 9196 Fax: 0870 112 9197 Email: info@dcukfm.com Website: www.dcukfm.com DCUK FM are leading experts in the decontamination of ventilation systems, ductwork cleaning, management, kitchen extract cleaning, asbestos removal and building refurbishment. We offer national coverage, with an experienced workforce mobilising from a number of locations across the UK. Health & Safety is a very serious issue, and one that DCUK FM prides itself on. We have been awarded with the RoSPA Award for 12 consecutive years. We have additionally been awarded with the Presidentâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Award and the British Safety Council International Safety Award for 5 successive years due to our commitment to our H&S Policy.

D S Clean

13 Kirkton Garden, Lochcarron, Ross-shire IV54 8UQ Tel: 07810 868661 Email: dsclean@live.co.uk Web: www.dsclean.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2010 In-House: ST Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Deepclean Scotland

Unit 11/2, Sherwood Industrial Estate, Bonnyrigg, Edinburgh, Midlothian EH19 3LW Tel: 0131 660 4376 Email: barry@deepcleanscotland.co.uk Contract Size: 3 Year Joined: 2010 In-House: T Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Block 2, Unit 11 First Road, Blantyre Industrial Estate, Glasgow, South Lanarkshire G72 0ND Tel: 01698 828778 Email: ddoran@ecg-maint.com Web: www.ecg-facilities.com Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2009 In-House: ABGHJMNSWZ Contracted Out: CDEFIKLRTUVY Specialist Group: SFG

ECG Facilities Services

79 Station Road, Ratho Station, Edinburgh, Midlothian EH28 8SP Tel: 01698 828778 Email: spaul@ecg-maint.com Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2009 In-House: ABGHMNSWZ Contracted Out: CDEIJLTUVXY Specialist Group: SFG

Emtec Building Services Ltd

1 Ellsmuir Way, Tannochside Park, Uddington, North Lanarkshire G71 5PW Tel: 01698 808030 Email: sps@emtecgroup.co.uk Web: www.emtecgroup.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2004 In-House: ABCDEGIJLMNRSTVWYZ Contracted Out: OPQU

ENGIE FM Ltd

Suite F6 Phoenix House, Phoenix Crescent, Strathclyde Business Park, Bellshill ML4 3NJ Tel: 0333 600 0435 Email: luis.soto@engie.com Web: www.cofely-gdfsuez.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2007 In-House: ABS Specialist Group: RACHP, SFG

Environmental Energy Controls Ltd Unit 6B, Nasmyth Court, Houstoun Industrial Estate, Livingston, West Lothian EH54 5EG Tel: 01506 442900 Email: derek.ranachan@e2cbms.com Web: www.e2cbms.com Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2008 In-House: ISUZ Contracted Out: F Specialist Group: SFG

Express Heating Co Ltd

Broughton Market, Edinburgh, Midlothian EH3 6NU Tel: 0131 556 8242 Email: ross.montgomery@express-heating.co.uk Web: www.express-heating.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1977 In-House: GHJKLMNORS Contracted Out: ABCDEFTUWYZ Specialist Group: SFG

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Hatrick-Bruce Ltd

Fife Council Building Services Bankhead Central, Bankhead Park, Glenrothes, Fife KY7 6GH Tel: 0345 145 0888 Email: robert.fletcher@fife.gov.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2012 In-House: GHJMNVZ Contracted Out: ABCDEILOPUWX Specialist Group: HAPS

G G B S (Building Services) Ltd

4 Thornybank, Dalkeith, Midlothian EH22 2NQ Tel: 0131 663 7899 Email: jtomlins@gbsgroup.co.uk Web: www.gbsgroup.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 1985 In-House: CDEGMNOPSW Contracted Out: EJLTUVXYZ Specialist Group: SFG

G8 Environmental Solutions Ltd

100E Cumbernauld Road, Muirhead, Glasgow, Lanarkshire G69 9AB Tel: 0870 241 6697 Email: enquiries@ukfmgroup.com Web: www.g8environmental.com Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2002 In-House: ABEGLMRSZ Contracted Out: CDNOPTUY

Gibson-Wight Ltd

14-18 East Shaw Street, Kilmarnock, Kilmarnock, East Ayrshire KA1 4AN Tel: 01563 523633 Email: charles.gibson@gibsonwight.co.uk Web: www.gibsonwight.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 1940 In-House: GHJMSX Contracted Out: ABCDEFKLNPRTUVWYZ Specialist Group: SFG

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Hutcheon Services Limited Bourtree House, Minto Drive, Altens Industrial Estate, Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire AB12 3LW Tel: 01224-854900 Email: martinl@hutcheon.services Web: www.hutcheon.services Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1995 In-House: ABCGHIJMNSZ Contracted Out: LOPRTUVW Specialist Group: RACHP

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Aberdeeen Trade Counter, Unit 12 Hareness Park, Hareness Circle, Altens Industrial Estate, Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire AB12 3QY Tel: 01224 890955 Email: ab.manage@mw-hargreaves.net Web: www.mw-hargreaves.net Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 1951 In-House: CIKVY Contracted Out: ADEJLTUWZ Specialist Group: DWG

Hargreaves Ductwork Ltd a Co of the M+W Group 40 Carron Place, Kelvin Industrial Estate, East Kilbride, South Lanarkshire G75 0YL Tel: 01355 244228 Email: ek.manage@mw-hargreaves.net Web: www.hargreaves-ductwork.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 1951 In-House: CIKVY Contracted Out: ADEJLTUWZ Specialist Group: DWG

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K S Refrigeration & Air Conditioning

MAQ (Air Conditioning) Ltd

Allt-A-Mhuillin, East Laroch, Ballachulish, Argyll PH49 4LB Tel: 01855 811641 Email: info@ks-refrigeration.co.uk Contract Size: 3 Year Joined: 1995 In-House: AHVX

Kentallen Mechanical Services Ltd Lancaster Road, Lowmoss Industrial Estate, Bishopbriggs, Glasgow, Lanarkshire G64 2LL Tel: 01417 622540 Email: office@kentallengroup.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2000 In-House: ABCEGKMSTY Contracted Out: X Specialist Group: DWG

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IES Callenberg Ltd

Lomond House, Wellington Circle, Redmoss, Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire AB12 3JG Tel: 01224 894222 Email: stuart.lockhead@callenberg.com Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 1999 In-House: ABEFGINQSTUVYZ Contracted Out: CDX Specialist Group: RACHP

Integral UK Ltd

Unit 12b, Oakbank Park, Oakbank Parkway, Livingston, West Lothian EH53 0TH Tel: 01506 448330 Email: roy.mcdonald@integral.co.uk Web: www.integralservices.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2005 In-House: ABGHKMNSYZ Contracted Out: CDEFIJLOPQRTUVWX Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

J James Frew Ltd

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Market House, Milnathort, Kinross-shire, Fife KY13 9XB Tel: 01577 863967 Email: user@hatrickbruce.co.uk Web: www.hatrickbruce.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2006 In-House: ABGMSX

83 New Street, Stevenston, North Ayrshire KA20 3HD Tel: 01294 468113 Email: admin@jamesfrew.co.uk Web: www.jamesfrew.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1983 In-House: GHILMQRSVZ Contracted Out: ABCDENOPW Specialist Group: HAPS

James Watson Ventilation Ltd 8 Whitefriers Street, Perth PH1 1PP Tel: 01738 479004 Email: jwventilation@yahoo.co.uk Contract Size: 3 Year Joined: 2009 In-House: E Contracted Out: ACMN Specialist Group: DWG

John G Mackintosh Building Services Solutions 30 Dryden Road, Bilston Glen, Edinburgh, Midlothian EH20 9LZ Tel: 0131 668 1168 Email: mark.nicol@jgm.co.uk Web: www.jgmackintosh.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2013 In-House: ABCDEGHJMQRSVWYZ Contracted Out: FIKLNOPTU

Unit 5, Prospect Court, Priestfield Industrial Estate, Blantyre, South Lanarkshire G72 0JA Tel: 01698 720016 Email: william.morrison15@btinternet.com Web: www.maqfm.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2001 In-House: AGMNX Contracted Out: IV Specialist Group: RACHP

McGill & Co Ltd

Harrison Road, Dundee, Tayside DD2 3SN Tel: 01382 833833 Email: colin.low@mcgill.co.uk Web: www.mcgill.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2009 In-House: DEGHIJKMOPRSTYZ Contracted Out: ABCFLNQUVW Specialist Group: HAPS

Linaker Ltd

Alba Business Centre, Alba Campus, Livingston, West Lothian EH54 7EG Tel: 01506 668193 Email: janette.newman@linaker.com Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1995 In-House: ABGHLMNSUVZ Contracted Out: FTWY Specialist Group: SFG

Livingston Mechanical Services Ltd Nettlehill Road, Houston Industrial Estate, Livingston, West Lothian EH54 5DL Tel: 01506 442669 Email: admin@livingstonmechanical.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1994 In-House: CDEGHJKMNST Contracted Out: ABFILOPQRUVWYZ Specialist Group: SFG

Lothian Heating Services Ltd Edgefield Road Industrial Estate, Loanhead, Midlothian EH20 9TB Tel: 0131 440 2958 Email: kevin@lothianheating.co.uk Web: www.lothianheating.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 1977 In-House: CGKLMS Contracted Out: ADUVW Specialist Group: RACHP

Lovat's Catering Engineering Services Ltd

Muirhead, Mitchelston Industrial Estate, Kirkcaldy, Fife KY1 3PB Tel: 01592 640643 Email: alan.tullis@lovatscatering.co.uk Web: www.lovatscatering.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2006 In-House: ABENRS Specialist Group: DWG

McGill

Harrison Road, Dundee Angus DD2 3SN Tel: 01382 833 833 Fax: 01382 828 777 Email: m&e@mcgill.co.uk Website: www.mcgill.co.uk We provide the full Mechanical & Electrical works packages across all market sectors in Scotland from branches in Dundee, Edinburgh & Glasgow. Our dedicated team will work with you through the traditional design route or through our design & build service. We are an experienced, forward thinking organisation offering value engineering and practical, innovative solutions on every project. We pride ourselves on providing excellent customer service which is demonstrated by high levels of repeat business and referrals. We have invested in Autodesk MEP 3D Modelling to improve onsite efficiency, health and safety and assist us in providing the best quality installation possible.

McKenna Mechanical Services (Scotland) Ltd Muirhead Industrial Estate, Kirriemuir, Angus DD8 5QN Tel: 01575 575544 Email: pam@mckenna-electrical.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2013 In-House: DGILMNPRSZ Contracted Out: ABCEHJTUWY


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McNicol Insulation Ltd

1/2 Lenziemill Road, West Lenziemill Industrial Estate, Cumbernauld, Cumbernauld, North Lanarkshire G67 2RL Tel: 01236 616061 Email: lorene@mcnicols.com Web: www.mcnicols.com Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2006 In-House: Contracted Out: LNOPX

Meadowburn Mechanical Services Ltd Unit 5, 5 Campsie Road, Kirkintilloch, Glasgow, Lanarkshire G66 1SL Tel: 0141 776 6262 Email: info@meadowburn.co.uk Web: www.meadowburn.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2002 In-House: GHM Contracted Out: ACFIKLNOPRSTUWYZ

MEL (Dust & Fume Control) Ltd 1 Napier Court, Wardpark, Cumbernauld, North Lanarkshire G68 0LG Tel: 01236 721888 Email: douglas@mel-dustandfume.co.uk Web: www.mel-dustandfume.co.uk Contract Size: 3 Year Joined: 2010 In-House: ACDEIV Specialist Group: DWG

MGB Services Ltd

Unit 4, 10 Saline Street, Airdrie, Lanarkshire ML6 9BE Tel: 01236 770545 Email: markgreenaway@mgbservicesltd.co.uk Web: www.mgbservicesltd.co.uk Contract Size: 1 Year Joined: 2012 In-House: AGMNSWZ Contracted Out: CDEUY Specialist Group: SFG

Network Refrigeration & Air Conditioning

Unit 3, Balintore Industrial Estate, Balintore, Ross-shire IV20 1XN Tel: 01862 832682 Email: samsummersbee@yahoo.com Web: www.networkrefrigeration.co.uk Contract Size: 3 Year Joined: 1997 In-House: ABFGILNRUVW Specialist Group: RACHP

Morris & Spottiswood Ltd

54 Helen Street, Govan, Glasgow, Lanarkshire G51 3HQ Tel: 0141 425 1133 Email: donald.bain@morrisandspottiswood.co.uk Year Joined: 2014 In-House: ACEGMS Specialist Group: SFG

N N G Bailey Ltd

Solais House, Phoenix Crescent, Strathclyde Business Park, Bellshill ML4 3NJ Tel: 01698 743400 Email: kevin.mcgrory@ngbailey.co.uk Web: www.ngbailey.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 1983 In-House: GIJKMOPRSUVZ Contracted Out: CDEFHLTWY

Unit 4, 6 Munro Road, Springkerse Industrial Estate, Stirling, Stirlingshire FK7 7UU Tel: 01786 450348 Email: astewart@powermaster-ltd.co.uk Web: www.powermaster.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1993 In-House: ABINSV Contracted Out: JWX Specialist Group: RACHP

Premier Laboratory Systems Ltd

O Overclean Ventilation Scotland Ltd

Logans House, Lochlands Industrial Estate, Larbert, Stirlingshire FK5 3NS Tel: 01324 227900 Email: duncan@overcleanscotland.co.uk Year Joined: 2014 In-House: TV Contracted Out: X Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

P Perfect Service Solutions Ltd

Unit 9, Crest Business Centre, Glentyre Road, Stirling, Stirlingshire FK7 7LH Tel: 01786 473840 Email: simone@perfectservicesolutions.co.uk Web: www.perfectservicesolutions.co.uk Contract Size: 3 Year Joined: 2006 In-House: ST Contracted Out: E Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Milton Sheet Metal Works Ltd

6 Butlerfield Ind.Estate, Bonnyrigg, Midlothian EH19 3JQ Tel: 01875 825641 Email: enquiries@milton-ventilation.com Web: www.milton-ventilation.com Contract Size: 3 Year Joined: 2001 In-House: CE Contracted Out: IV Specialist Group: DWG

Powermaster Service Ltd

Perfect Service Solutions Ltd

Unit 55 Stirling Enterprise Park, John Player Building, Stirling, Stirlingshire FK7 7RP Tel: 01786 473 840 Email: hello@perfectservicesolutions.co.uk Website: www.perfectservicesolutions.co.uk Perfect Service Solutions Ltd is a devoted team of ductwork cleaning specialists, leading the way in ductwork protection and compliance. We work steadfastly to protect our clients and their customers through exceptional engineering, cleaning, maintenance and consultancy services. Our friendly and knowledgeable team work throughout Scotland, Northern Ireland, and England. Responding to the needs of clients across the public and private sector, including FM companies, local authorities, restaurants, hotels and catering providers for kitchen deep cleaning, ductwork and indoor air quality hygiene solutions.

10 Tollpark Place, Wardpark East, Cumbernauld, Glasgow, Lanarkshire G68 0LN Tel: 01236 457545 Email: j.hennessey@premierlabs.co.uk Web: www.premierlabs.co.uk Contract Size: 3 Year Joined: 2000 In-House: ES Specialist Group: DWG

Proair Conditioning Ltd

Unit 53, 30 Sandilands Street, Annick Industrial Estate, Glasgow, Lanarkshire G32 0HT Tel: 0141 778 1011 Email: gdelvin@proairuk.com Web: www.proairuk.com Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2005 In-House: ABN Contracted Out: X Specialist Group: RACHP

Pro-Duct (Fife) Ltd

Station Road, Cardenden, Lochgelly, Fife KY5 0BW Tel: 01592 720211 Email: brian@pro-duct.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 1999 In-House: CE Contracted Out: DI Specialist Group: DWG

Protecht Cleaning & Support Services Unit 3, Eastside Industrial Estate, Kilsyth Road, Kirkintilloch G66 1QG Tel: 0141 775 2069 Email: tony@protecht-cleaning.com Web: www.protecht-cleaning.com Year Joined: 2016 In-House: ET

R R L Rattray Ltd

Unit 11, Sandy Road, Scone, Perth PH2 6LJ Tel: 01738 552413 Email: office@rlrattray.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 1987 In-House: GHILMQRSV Contracted Out: CDEX Specialist Group: HAPS, SFG

R Macdonald & Son

3 Carsegate Road, Carse Industrial Estate, Inverness, Highland IV3 8EX Tel: 01463 235540 Email: r.mcdonaldandson@btconnect.com Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1995 In-House: CDE Specialist Group: DWG

Proair Conditioning Ltd

Unit 53, 30 Sandilands Street Annick Industrial Estate, Shettleston Glasgow, Lanarkshire G32 0HT Tel: 0141 778 1011 Fax: 0141 778 1511 Email: sales@proairuk.com Website: www.proairuk.com Founded in 2005, Proair is a vibrant and progressive company offering a friendly and professional service. We design, specify and install a wide variety of Air Conditioning products and are Approved Installers for most of the Industries leading manufacturers. Additionally we offer full emergency breakdown repair coverage for our Contracted Maintenance Customers, as well as Service, Repair and PPM facilities provided by our team of fully qualified personnel. The business holds F Gas Accreditation and our Air Conditioning Engineers are qualified to City & Guilds Safe Handling of Refrigerant Certification standard as a minimum.

Richard Irvin Energy Solutions

Irvin House, Hareness Road, Altens Industrial Estate, Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire AB12 3LE Tel: 0845 8902020 Email: william.maclean@richard-irvin.com Web: www.richard-irvin.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 1940 In-House: ABCEGHILMNRSTUVWYZ Contracted Out: DOPQ Specialist Group: DWG, HAPS, RACHP, SFG

Richard Irvin Energy Solutions

30 Tyock Industrial Estate, Elgin, Morayshire IV30 1XY Tel: 01343 554910 Email: mike.munro@richard-irvin.com Web: www.richard-irvin.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1940 In-House: ABCEGHIMSTZ Contracted Out: LUW Specialist Group: DWG, HAPS, RACHP, SFG

Richard Irvin Energy Solutions

3 Centura Court, Nasmyth Place, Hillington Park, Glasgow, Lanarkshire G52 4PR Tel: 0141 568 8800 Email: brian.irvine@richard-irvin.com Web: www.richard-irvin.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1940 In-House: ABCGHIJLMNRSUWZ Contracted Out: DEFKOPTVY Specialist Group: DWG, HAPS, RACHP, SFG

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Richard Irvin Energy Solutions

29a Harbour Road, Longman Industrial Estate, Inverness, Highland IV1 1SY Tel: 01463 275120 Email: mike.munro@richard-irvin.com Web: www.richard-irvin.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 1940 In-House: ABCDEGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUZ Contracted Out: FVWXY Specialist Group: DWG, HAPS, RACHP, SFG

Robertson Facilities Management Ltd Robertson House, Castle Business Park, Stirling, Stirlingshire FK9 4TZ Tel: 01786 431600 Email: j.lemon@robertson.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2010 In-House: ABGHJMSXZ Contracted Out: CDEFKLNTUVWY Specialist Group: SFG

S Scan Building Services Ltd

35 Byron Street, Dundee, Tayside DD3 6QT Tel: 01382 889700 Email: david@scanbs.co.uk Web: www.scanbs.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1982 In-House: GHIJKMNRSVY Contracted Out: ABCDELTUWXZ Specialist Group: HAPS

Scottish Electric Group

Gateway West, Luna Place, Dundee, Tayside DD2 1TP Tel: 01382 725725 Email: info@scottishelectricgroup.com Web: www.scottishelectricgroup.com Year Joined: 2016 In-House: ISZ Specialist Group: SFG

Select Building Engineering Services Ltd

79 Bowman Street, Glasgow, Lanarkshire G42 8LF Tel: 0141 423 7706 Email: john@sbeslimited.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2001 In-House: ABCDEGHILMNOPR Contracted Out: STUVWYZ

Shine Hygiene Services Ltd 6 Glen Falloch Way, Craigmarloch, Glasgow, Lanarkshire G68 0FL Tel: 01236 722262 Email: info@shinehygiene.co.uk Web: www.shinehygiene.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2012 In-House: EST Contracted Out: IV Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Soron Ltd

Shine Hygiene Services Limited 505 Great Western Road, Glasgow G12 8HN Tel: 01236 722262 Email: info@shinehygiene.co.uk Website: www.shinehygiene.co.uk

Shine Hygiene was founded in 1998 to bring high quality specialist cleaning solutions to the entire commercial and industrial catering industry. The success of Shine has been the result of hard work and a determination to be the best in the business. Today we service clients throughout the UK, bringing them cost effective, professional cleaning and planned preventative maintenance regimes. Our client base includes restaurants, fast food outlets, large scale food manufacturers, local authority establishments and hospitals. We are a BESA accredited commercial duct cleaning company. This means that we have been assessed and approved to deep clean commercial extraction systems to the industry standard of TR/19. We offer a 24/7 nationwide extraction system cleaning service. Ask us about our free survey report.

Sigma Engineering Product Design Ltd 19 Macadam Place, South Newmoor Industrial Estate, Irvine, Ayrshire KA11 4HP Tel: 01294 203374 Email: info@sigmaepd.com Web: www.sigmaepd.com Contract Size: 2 Year Joined: 2009 In-House: CEISTV Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Skanska Rashleigh Weatherfoil Ltd

Skanska Facilities Services, Excel House 'Eurocentral', 1 Renshaw Place, Holytown, Motherwell, Lanarkshire ML1 4UF Tel: 01698 735800 Email: eddie.myles@skanska.co.uk Web: www.skanska.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1947 In-House: FGKMOQRSZ Contracted Out: IPUVXY Specialist Group: SFG

SMS Maintenance Services Ltd Glenburn House, 1 Bairds Crescent, Allanshaw Industrial Estate, Hamilton, Lanarkshire ML3 9FD Tel: 01698 200110 Email: jonr@sms-uk.info Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2013 In-House: DEGHILMORSWZ Contracted Out: CNPUVY Specialist Group: SFG

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Unit 2d, Payne Street, Port Dundas, Glasgow, Lanarkshire G4 0LE Tel: 0141 333 9518 Email: soronltd@aol.com Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1985 In-House: GLMN Contracted Out: I Specialist Group: SFG

SP Vent Ltd

Unit 16, Abercromby Business Centre, Glasgow, Lanarkshire G40 2DD Tel: 0141 551 0262 Email: info@spvent.co.uk Web: www.spvent.co.uk Year Joined: 2016 In-House: CDET Specialist Group: DWG

Sparks Mechanical Services Ltd Broadfold Road, Bridge of Don Ind Estate, Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire AB23 8EE Tel: 01224 704448 Email: david.kirk@sparksms.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 1969 In-House: ABHILSZ Contracted Out: NUW

Sparks Mechanical Services Ltd

12 Tyock Industrial Estate, Elgin, Morayshire IV30 1XY Tel: 01224 704448 Email: david.kirk@sparksms.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 1969 In-House: ABDGHIMNSTZ Contracted Out: CLUVWXY

Stothers (M & E) Ltd

Unit 1C Milnpark Trading Estate, 5 Lambhill Quadrant, Kinning Park, Glasgow, Lanarkshire G41 1SB Tel: 0141 429 5709 Email: klyon@stothersm-e.co.uk Year Joined: 2014 In-House: ACM Contracted Out: X Specialist Group: SFG

T T Clarke Scotland

6 Middlefield Road, Falkirk FK2 9AG Tel: 01324 888000 Email: gary.jackson@tclarke.co.uk Web: www.tclarke-scotland.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 1999 In-House: GHIMOVYZ Contracted Out: ABUX

Taylor & Fraser Ltd

117 Abercorn Street, Paisley, Renfrewshire PA3 4DH Tel: 0141 887 6151 Email: alan.fortune@taylorandfraser.com Web: www.taylorandfraser.com Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1940 In-House: GIJKLMNRZ Contracted Out: ABCDEFHOPQTUVWY

Sparks Mechanical Services Ltd

41 Deerdykes View, Westfield Industrial Estate, Cumbernauld, Glasgow, Lanarkshire G68 9HN Tel: 01236 738000 Email: jason.duncan@sparksms.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 1969 In-House: ABGMSZ

Spie Ltd

Multi Services, Unit 10 Bankhead Crossway Nth, Sighthill Industrial Estate, Edinburgh, Midlothian EH11 4BP Tel: 0131 458 5555 Email: colin.thomson@spie.com Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 1965 In-House: GHJMNOPQRSVWYZ Contracted Out: ABCDEFIKLTU Specialist Group: SFG

Spie Ltd

2nd Floor, 1 Rutherglen Links Business Park, Famloan Road, Glasgow, Lanarkshire G73 1EE Tel: 0141 945 8900 Email: colin.thomson@spie.com Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1965 In-House: IJMNQRSWYZ Contracted Out: CDELTUV Specialist Group: SFG

SSE Contracting Ltd

Scotland Region, 10 Woodrow, Mossend, Eurocentral, Glasgow, Lanarkshire ML1 4YQ Tel: 01698 731567 Email: iain.hetherington@ssecontracting.com Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 2013 In-House: ABGHIJKMNOPQRSUXZ Contracted Out: CDEFLTVWY Specialist Group: SFG

Taylor and Fraser Ltd

Abercorn Street, Paisley Renfrewshire PA3 4DH Tel: 0141 887 6151 Email: marketing@taylorandfraser.com Website: www.taylorandfraser.com Taylor and Fraser is a long established family business. We are specialists in mechanical engineering and construction services and are uniquely placed to provide our clients with a complete service tailored to meet their needs. We are proud to have successfully undertaken a wide range of projects in both public and private sectors. Taylor and Fraser is a company synonymous with high quality and meticulous attention to detail and will always work closely with customers to not only meet but exceed their expectations!


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SCOTLAND

Taylor Mechanical Services Ltd 13 Wellburn Street, Lochee, Dundee, Tayside DD2 2RR Tel: 01382 612863 Email: contact@taylormech.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 1987 In-House: GMS Contracted Out: ACDEFLTUWYZ

Thermatic Scotland Ltd

Park Lane House, Broad Street, Glasgow, Lanarkshire G40 2WQ Tel: 0141 414 1411 Email: s.holland@thermatic.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2015 In-House: CDEGIJMNSVW Contracted Out: ABFTUYZ Specialist Group: RACHP

Thermocool Ltd

24 Victoria Street, Rutherglen, Glasgow, Lanarkshire G73 1DS Tel: 0141 647 9871 Email: service@tcool.co.uk Web: www.tcool.co.uk Contract Size: 3 Year Joined: 1996 In-House: ABIMNSUV Contracted Out: KZ Specialist Group: SFG

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Vital Energi Utilities Ltd

Vaughan Engineering Ltd

Aercon Works, East Mains, Broxburn, West Lothian EH52 5ND Tel: 01506 853506 Email: edinburgh@vaughan-group.co.uk Web: www.vaughan-group.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 1971 In-House: CGM Contracted Out: DEIOPQRV

Ventilation Technical Services

Unit 3 Phase 3, Lloyd Street, Rutherglen, Glasgow, Lanarkshire G73 1NP Tel: 0141 647 7181 Email: vtskmcleod@yahoo.co.uk Web: www.vts-maintenanceandcleaning.co.uk Contract Size: 2 Year Joined: 1997 In-House: ET

Truedeal Building Services Ltd 2 Blairtummock Place, Panorama Business Village, Glasgow, Lanarkshire G33 4EN Tel: 0141 771 1015 Email: tmurphy@tbs-ltd.com Web: www.tbs-ltd.com Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1995 In-House: GIJKLMNR Contracted Out: ABCDEFOPQTUVWYZ

T-Squared SI Ltd

Optimus Building, 2 Robroyston Oval, Nova Technology Park, Glasgow, Lanarkshire G33 1AP Tel: 0141 557 6800 Email: nfisher@tsquaredgroup.co.uk Web: www.tsquared.co.uk Year Joined: 2015 In-House: ACISZ Contracted Out: X Specialist Group: RACHP

U UKFM Group Ltd

100E Cumbernauld Road, Muirhead, Glasgow, Lanarkshire G69 9AB Tel: 0141 779 3049 Email: enquiries@ukfmgroup.com Web: www.ukfmgroup.com Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1990 In-House: ABEGLMRSZ Contracted Out: CDNOPTUY Specialist Group: SFG

W W Speirs & Sons Ltd

Portland Avenue, Industrial Estate, Irvine, Ayrshire KA12 8JD Tel: 01294 275434 Email: mark@speirsvent.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2013 In-House: AC Contracted Out: T Specialist Group: DWG

Weir & McQuiston Scotland Ltd McArthur House, Netherton Cross, Wishaw, Lanarkshire ML2 0EF Tel: 01698 372113 Email: admin@wmq.biz Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2011 In-House: GHMNOPVZ Contracted Out: ABCDEFIKLRSTUWXY

Thermotech Engineering Services (Scotland) Ltd 100E Cumbernauld Road, Muirhead, Glasgow, Lanarkshire G69 9AB Tel: 0141 779 4880 Email: darren@thermotechscotland.com Web: www.thermotechscotland.com Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2002 In-House: ABEGHLMRSZ Contracted Out: CDNOPTUY

69 Buchanan Street, Glasgow, Lanarkshire G1 3HL Tel: 0141 249 6455 Email: sarah.lowe@vitalenergi.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 2002 In-House: GIKMORSVX Contracted Out: UWZ

Ventilation Technical Services Unit 3 Phase 3 Lloyd Street, Rutherglen, Glasgow, South Lanarkshire G73 1NP Tel: 0141 647 7181 Email: vtskmcleod@yahoo.co.uk Ventilation Technical Services are leading experts in the decontamination of ventilation systems, ductwork cleaning, management, kitchen extract cleaning, pressure wash cleaning & roof cleaning. We offer coverage all over Scotland, with an experienced workforce. We are an established company with over 30 yearsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; experience.

VES Andover Ltd

16 Napier Court, Wardpark North Ind Estate, Cumbernauld, Glasgow, Lanarkshire G68 0LG Tel: 01236 730420 Email: info@ves.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2007 In-House: ABCEFGIJSTUVZ Contracted Out: DN Specialist Group: SFG

VG Energy Ltd

Waterside Farm, Galston KA4 8PB Tel: 01563 829990 Email: andy.mcnab@vgenergy.co.uk Web: www.vgenergy.co.uk Year Joined: 2016 In-House: NOQRS

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Regional Manager: Tim Acland Lambden Barn, Lambden Road, Pluckley, Ashford, Kent TH27 0RB Tel: 01233 840531 Email: tim.acland@thebesa.com

BESA provides a free online search service (www.thebesa.com/find-a-besa-member) designed to make it easy and quick to find BESA member(s) that you require to deliver heating, ventilating, ductwork, facilities management, refrigeration, air conditioning, commissioning and maintenance services. The service allows users to search for a BESA member by radius (distance from the project site) and by region: most BESA members are willing to work outside their geographic location and will welcome your enquiry.

0-9 360 Engineering Ltd

Admiral House, 117 High Street, Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire HP4 2DJ Tel: 01442 863604 Email: sales@360engineering.co.uk Web: www.360engineering.com Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2009 In-House: ABGINS Contracted Out: CDET Specialist Group: RACHP

A A & M Industrial Cleaning Ltd 1 3 5 7

Up to £25k Up to £100k Up to £500k Up to £10m

2 4 6 8

Up to £50k Up to £250k Up to £1m £10m and above

A B C D E F G H

Air conditioning Refrigeration / F Gas Ductwork - Sheet metal Ductwork - Plastics Local exhaust & Kitchen ventilation Indoor air quality Commercial heating & plumbing Domestic heating, plumbing, service & maintenance I Design & build J Pipework K Offsite prefabricated pipework / plant room L Underfloor heating M Commercial / industrial gas fitting N Renewable energy - Heat pumps O Renewable energy - Solar photovoltaics P Renewable energy - Solar thermal Q Renewable energy - Wind R Renewable energy - Biomass CHP S Facilities services & maintenance T Ductwork cleaning & vent hygiene U Automatic control systems V Commissioning / performance testing W Water treatment X Lloyds class 1 welding Y Fire protection engineering Z Electrical contracting

SFG Service & Facilities Group RACHP Refrigeration, Air Conditioning & Heat Pump Group HAPS Heating & Plumbing Services Group DWG Ductwork Group VHB Ventilation Hygiene Branch

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90 Russell Ride, Cheshunt, Hertfordshire EN8 8TZ Tel: 01992 638218 Email: info@aandmcleaning.co.uk Web: www.aandmcleaning.co.uk Contract Size: 3 Year Joined: 2011 In-House: T Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

A & R Mechanical & Electrical Contractors Ltd Unit 9, Northpoint Business Estate, Enterprise Close, Medway City Estate, Rochester, Kent ME2 4LX Tel: 01634 829571 Email: info@a-relectrical.co.uk Year Joined: 2016 In-House: GHM Contracted Out: ABCIZ Specialist Group: HAPS

A & V Projects Ltd

1a Blackthorne Road, Poyle Trading Estate, Colnbrook, Berkshire SL3 0AL Tel: 01753 684411 Email: mp@anvprojects.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2007 In-House: CE Specialist Group: DWG

A C L Engineering Ltd

Anglia House, Sandown Road, Watford, Hertfordshire WD24 7UA Tel: 01923 249444 Email: dst@aclengineering.co.uk Web: www.aclengineering.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 1994 In-House: ABGM Contracted Out: C Specialist Group: RACHP, SFG

A C Solutions Group Ltd

Wenta Business Centre, Unit 52, Colne Way, Watford, Hertfordshire WD24 7ND Tel: 020 8207 6969 Email: richard@acsolutions.co.uk Web: www.ac-solutions.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2005 In-House: ABEHINOSV Contracted Out: CDTZ Specialist Group: RACHP

A C Wilgar Ltd

54 Station Road, Orpington, Kent BR6 0SA Tel: 01689 891011 Email: billywilgar@acwilgar.co.uk Web: www.acwilgar.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2001 In-House: H Specialist Group: HAPS

A C Wilgar Ltd

No. 5, Rectory Road, Beckenham, Kent BR3 1HL Tel: 020 8639 4540 Email: sales@acwilgar.co.uk Web: www.acwilgar.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2001 In-House: H Specialist Group: HAPS

A1R Services Ltd

Suite F Ground Floor, Breakspear Park, Breakspear Way, Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire HP2 4TZ Tel: 0845 6171712 Email: info@a1rservices.co.uk Web: www.a1rservices.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2008 In-House: ABINSV Contracted Out: CEFGMNTUWZ Specialist Group: RACHP

AAC (Services) Southern Ltd

Unit 15 Connect 10, Ashford Business Park, Foster Road, Ashford, Kent TN24 0FE Tel: 01233 663063 Email: dan@ashfordac.co.uk Web: www.ashfordac.co.uk Year Joined: 2016 In-House: A Specialist Group: SFG

AAC Mechanical Services Ltd

Unit 15 Connect 10, Ashford Business Park, Foster Road, Ashford, Kent TN24 0FE Tel: 01233 663063 Email: simon@ashfordac.co.uk Web: www.ashfordac.co.uk In-House: G

AB Refrigeration Contracting Ltd Bank Chambers, 2 Church Street, Reigate, Surrey RH2 0AN Tel: 0333 9000 180 Email: james.espin@abgroup.com Web: www.abgroup.com Year Joined: 2012 In-House: ABWZ Specialist Group: RACHP

ABW Heating Ltd

62 Portsmouth Road, Cobham, Surrey KT11 1HY Tel: 01932 862238 Email: mail@abwheating.co.uk Web: www.abwheating.co.uk Contract Size: 1 Year Joined: 1979 In-House: HI Specialist Group: HAPS

Accolade Building Services Ltd

New House, Christchurch Road, Ringwood, Hampshire BH24 3AP Tel: 01425 477777 Email: chass@absme.co.uk Web: www.absme.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1995 In-House: GIJMNZ Contracted Out: ABCDEFHKLOPQRSTUVWXY Specialist Group: SFG


BESA MEMBERS

SOUTH EAST

Accolade Building Services Ltd New House, 154 Christchurch Road, Ringwood, Hampshire BH24 3AP Tel: 01425 477777 Fax: 01425 474400 Email: first@absme.co.uk Website: www.absme.co.uk

A Dynamic Mechanical & Electrical Contractor, specialising in Design and Contracting of full M&E services. Full in-house Estimating, Design, Cad, and Contracting departments undertaking Design and Installation for both Main Contractor and End User clients. Our customer satisfaction is our “ACCOLADE”

Accurate Cooling Services Ltd

147a London Road, Dunton Green, Sevenoaks, Kent TN13 2UP Tel: 01732 669202 Email: mc1xx@aol.com Web: www.accuratecoolingservicesltd.com Contract Size: 2 Year Joined: 2009 In-House: ABN Contracted Out: SUZ Specialist Group: RACHP

Accurate Mechanical Services Ltd

Aircon Services

ACP Environmental Ltd

Airconaire Ltd

Unit 18, Pegasus Court, North Lane, Aldershot, Hampshire GU12 4QP Tel: 01252 315000 Email: david@accurateac.co.uk Web: www.accurateac.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2002 In-House: ABCDEGILMNSV Contracted Out: TUWZ Specialist Group: RACHP

Rutherford House, 43 Terrace Road, Walton On Thames, Surrey KT12 2SP Tel: 01932 243982 Email: shaun@acpenvironmental.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2015 In-House: EGHMSTVW Contracted Out: I Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Advanced 2000 Ltd

135c Garth Road, Morden, Surrey SM4 4LF Tel: 020 8335 5995 Email: steve@adv2k.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2011 In-House: ACE Contracted Out: B Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Advanced Control Solutions Ltd

Unit 7, Bakersgate Courtyard, Ash Road, Pirbright, Surrey GU24 0NJ Tel: 01483 237812 Email: keith.eshelby@advancedcontrolsolutions.co.uk Web: www.advancedcontrolsolutions.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 1998 In-House: GHLMSUV Contracted Out: AEI Specialist Group: SFG

Air Cool Engineering Systems Ltd Aneurin House, Astonbury Farm, Aston, Hertfordshire SG2 7EG Tel: 01438 880326 Email: carl@aircool-systems.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2009 In-House: ABHINV Contracted Out: C

Air Improve Ltd Accurate Cooling Services Ltd

147a London Road, Dunton Green Sevenoaks, Kent TN13 2UP Tel: 01732 669 202 Email: mc1xx@aol.com Website: www.accuratecoolingservicesltd.com Accurate Cooling Services Ltd is an established air conditioning and refrigeration company with over 30 years experience, based in Sevenoaks Kent. We offer a variety of services including new installation, repair and maintenance of fixed air conditioning units, and the hire or sale of portable A/C units. We also specialise in the service and repair of large commercial chillers. Although we are based in the South East of England, we are able to carry out work throughout the UK and overseas if required. We keep our prices competitive and provide a high standard of work. We are Safecontractor and CHAS accredited.

Unit 4 City Business Centre, Hyde Street, Winchester, Hampshire SO23 7TA Tel: 01962 841366 Email: martinrogers@airimprove.ltd.uk Web: www.airimprove.ltd.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2001 In-House: ABNT Contracted Out: X Specialist Group: RACHP

Air Quality Services Ltd

Lincoln Road, Cressex Business Park, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire HP12 3RH Tel: 01494 444700 Email: alexander.gaeta@airqualityservices.co.uk Web: www.airqualityservices.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2008 In-House: DE

Air Ref Ltd

Air Ref House, Little Yarrows, Guildford Road, Mayford, Guildford, Surrey GU22 0SD Tel: 01483 755440 Email: jiten@airref.co.uk Web: www.airref.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 1999 In-House: ABESV Contracted Out: NTZ

Unit C4, Regent Park, Princes Estate, Princes Risborough, Buckinghamshire HP27 9LE Tel: 01844 348760 Email: gavin@aircon-services.co.uk Web: www.aircon-services.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2000 In-House: ABEGMN Contracted Out: CD Specialist Group: RACHP

Unit 6, Deacon Trading Estate, Knight Road, Strood, Rochester, Kent ME2 2AU Tel: 01634 711264 Email: info@airconaire.co.uk Web: www.airconaire.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1984 In-House: ABIJKNSU Contracted Out: LMOPQRTVWYZ Specialist Group: RACHP, SFG

Airflow Design Services Ltd

8 Colne Way Court, Colne Way, Watford, Hertfordshire WD24 7NE Tel: 01923 232360 Email: info@airflowdesignservices.co.uk Web: www.airflowdesignservices.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2013 In-House: ABCEISTV Specialist Group: DWG

Airtemp AC Ltd

18 Theaklen Drive, Ponswood Industrial Estate, St Leonards on Sea, East Sussex TN38 9AZ Tel: 0845 8725657 Email: tony@airtempac.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2006 In-House: ABIS Contracted Out: CT Specialist Group: RACHP, SFG

All-Clean Environmental Services Ltd International House, Southampton International Business Park, George Curl Way, Southampton, Hampshire SO18 2RZ Tel: 023 8030 2033 Email: j.white@allcleanes.com Web: www.allcleanes.com Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2011 In-House: T Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Arctic-Aircon Ltd

34 Albemarle Road, East Barnet, London EN4 8EG Tel: 020 3384 5010 Email: info@arctic-aircon.ltd.uk Web: www.arctic-aircon.ltd.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2011 In-House: ABINV Specialist Group: RACHP

Arnold James (St Albans) Ltd

1 Metro Centre, St Albans, Hertfordshire AL4 9QT Tel: 01727 851477 Email: buildingservicesengineering@arnoldjames.com Web: www.arnoldjames.com Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1963 In-House: ABGHILMVWZ Contracted Out: ET

Ashford Air Conditioning Ltd

Unit 15 Ashford Business Park, Foster Road, Ashford, Kent TN24 0SH Tel: 01233 663063 Email: peter@ashfordac.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2011 In-House: ABINS Contracted Out: T Specialist Group: RACHP

Aspect Maintenance Services Ltd Unit E7, Barwell Business Park, Chessington, Surrey KT9 2NY Tel: 0844 884 1180 Email: will.davies@aspect.co.uk Web: www.aspect-maintenance.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2008 In-House: ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPSTUVWXYZ Specialist Group: SFG

Aspen A.C. Ltd

Apex Way, Hailsham, East Sussex BN27 3WA Tel: 01323 849955 Email: info@aspen-ac.co.uk Web: www.aspen-ac.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 1996 In-House: ABI Contracted Out: N Specialist Group: RACHP

Aura Construction Ltd

236 Blackfen Road, Sidcup, Kent DA15 8PW Tel: 08455 202214 Email: info@auraconstruction.co.uk Web: www.aura.construction Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2014 In-House: ABCDEFGHIJKNSTVZ Contracted Out: UWXY Specialist Group: RACHP

B B M Air Ltd

Unit 1b, Lakeview, Old Hollow, Worth, West Sussex RH10 4TA Tel: 01293 885577 Email: paul@bmair.co.uk Web: www.bmair.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2009 In-House: ABHISV Contracted Out: CEFJKLTUWXYZ Specialist Group: RACHP

Barrier Air Conditioning Ltd 2 The Metro Centre, Bridge Road, Orpington, Kent BR5 2BE Tel: 01689 891616 Email: neilw@barrierac.com Web: www.barrierac.com Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1990 In-House: ABNOPQRSV Contracted Out: CDEFGHJKMTUWXYZ Specialist Group: RACHP

Barrow & Brooks Ltd

Unit 14, Langley Wharf, Lower Road, Kings Langley, Hertfordshire WD4 8JE Tel: 01923 261477 Email: martin.redford@barrowbrooks.co.uk Web: www.barrowbrooks.com Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 1987 In-House: ABCDEFGHIJMSTUVZ Contracted Out: KLNWXY Specialist Group: RACHP, SFG

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Battledore Ltd

Unit 17 Wrotham Business Park, Wrotham Park, Barnet, Hertfordshire EN5 4SZ Tel: 020 8275 1014 Email: rcurrie@battledore.co.uk Web: www.battledore.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2009 In-House: GMOPRSYZ Contracted Out: ABCDEFIKLNTUVW

Baystar Energy Efficient Systems Beechover Court, Forest Road, Colgate, West Sussex RH12 4SY Tel: 01293 851459 Email: info@baystar.co.uk Web: www.baystar.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2013 In-House: GHLM Contracted Out: NOPRZ Specialist Group: HAPS

Bennett Mechanical Services Ltd

Unit 34, Portland Court, Kingsway, Luton, Bedfordshire LU4 8HA Tel: 01582 417931 Email: phil@bennettmechanicalservices.co.uk Web: www.bennettmechanicalservices.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2004 In-House: GHIKLMNOPQRV Contracted Out: ABCDEFSTUWXYZ

BHW Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Ltd

Unit 7, Chiltern Business Centre, Garsington Road, Oxford, Oxfordshire OX4 6NG Tel: 01865 774257 Email: enquiries@bhwoxford.co.uk Contract Size: 2 Year Joined: 2008 In-House: ABFIJNSUV Contracted Out: CDELTWZ Specialist Group: RACHP

Bilfinger Europa Facility Management Ltd

Huxley House, Weyside Business Park, Cattleshall Lane, Godalming, Surrey GU7 1XE Tel: 01483 428674 Email: paul.witter@bilfinger.com Year Joined: 2007 In-House: ABGMNSUZ Contracted Out: TVWY Specialist Group: SFG

Boon Building Services Ltd

Bridge House, Bridge Street, Staines, Middlesex TW18 4TW Tel: 01784 437999 Email: stuart@boonbuildingservices.co.uk Web: www.boonbuildingservices.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2010 In-House: BFGHIMOPQRSXZ Contracted Out: ACDEJKLNTUVWY

Borahurst Ltd

75 Bell Street, Reigate, Surrey RH2 7AN Tel: 01737 221733 Email: caroline@borahurst.com Web: www.borahurst.com Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1980 In-House: ABCEN Contracted Out: DFGIJKLMOPQRSTUVWXYZ Specialist Group: HAPS, SFG

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BTU (Installation & Maintenance) Ltd

Borahurst Limited

75 Bell Street Reigate Surrey RH2 7AN Tel: 01737 221733 Fax: 01737 223512 Email: info@borahurst.com Website: www.borahurst.com Website: www.r-22.co.uk Twitter: @borahurstltd Borahurst are a “Multi Award Winning” forward thinking, privately owned, customer focussed business. We have been delivering Mechanical, Air Conditioning, Plumbing installation and R-22 replacement to a wide range of commercial and residential premises throughout the UK for the past 37 years. We offer a high quality installation through skilled tradesmen, allowing projects to be completed to the highest standards. The majority of our work is through repeat business/ recommendations. We are continuing to expand our business throughout the UK, in a planned manor and with the delivery of successful projects and customer satisfaction at the forefront of our philosophy.

Bower Fuller

Unit 68 The Base, Dartford Business Park, Victoria Road, Dartford, Kent DA1 5FS Tel: 01473 272277 Email: jstevens@bowerfuller.co.uk Web: www.bowerfuller.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1968 In-House: GHMSVZ Contracted Out: ABCDEFIKLNOPRTUWXY

Bridge Facilities Engineers Ltd

Unit 4, Handford Court, Garston Lane, Watford, Hertfordshire WD25 9EJ Tel: 0844 880 2284 Email: simonhalsey@bridgefacilities.co.uk Web: www.bridgefacilitiesengineers.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2002 In-House: ABGHJLMNSUVWYZ Contracted Out: CDEFIKOPQRX Specialist Group: SFG

BSW Building Services Ltd

Rock Lodge Vineyard, Lewes Road, Scaynes Hill, West Sussex RH17 7NG Tel: 01444 831138 Email: mbenstead@bsw-bs.co.uk Web: www.bsw-bs.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1992 In-House: GHILMNRV Contracted Out: EKOPWX Specialist Group: HAPS, SFG

CBRE Managed Services Ltd

38 Weyside Road, Guildford, Guildford, Surrey GU1 1JB Tel: 01483 590600 Email: paul.merritt@btu-group.com Web: www.btu-group.com Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1974 In-House: AGHIJLMNOPRSVWXZ Contracted Out: FTUY Specialist Group: SFG

115 Whitby Road, First Floor, Slough, Berkshire SL1 3DR Tel: 01753 698850 Email: andy.glasspod@norlandmanagedservices.co.uk Web: www.norlandmanagedservices.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 1985 In-House: ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWYZ Contracted Out: X Specialist Group: SFG

Buckler Environmental Services Ltd

CBS Maintenance Services Ltd

Burgate Plumbing & Heating Ltd

CCT Pipefreezing Ltd

Aldwych House, Madeira Road, West Byfleet, Surrey KT14 6ES Tel: 01932 351000 Email: steve@bucklerac.com Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2007 In-House: ABGIMN Contracted Out: CEFUVWYZ

16 Baxter Way, Kings Hill, West Malling, Kent ME19 4BB Tel: 01732 220951 Email: burgateplumbing@aol.com Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2007 In-House: DEGHLMNOPRUW Contracted Out: ABCI Specialist Group: HAPS

Valiant House, 3 Twistleton Court, Priory Hill, Dartford, Kent DA1 2EN Tel: 01322 287733 Email: les@cbsmsl.com Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2001 In-House: HSX Specialist Group: SFG

59 Hillingdale, Biggin Hill, Westerham, Kent TN16 3NR Tel: 01959 577173 Email: dwhiting@cctpipefreezing.co.uk Web: www.cctpipefreezing.co.uk Contract Size: 2 Year Joined: 2005 In-House: J Specialist Group: SFG

Centurion Air Conditioning Ltd

C C & I Controls

Unit 3, Marchmont Gate, Maxted Road, Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire HP2 7BE Tel: 01442 240900 Email: richard@cicontrols.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 1998 In-House: ACDEGINS Contracted Out: BT

Calibre Building Services Ltd

Robert Denholm House, Bletchingley Road, Nutfield, Surrey RH1 4HW Tel: 01737 824045 Email: matt@calibre.gb.com Web: www.calibre.gb.com Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2012 In-House: AGS Contracted Out: X Specialist Group: SFG

CBRE Managed Services Ltd

725 Capability Green, Luton, Bedfordshire LU1 3LU Tel: 01582 435950 Email: ron.celiz@cbre.com Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 1985 In-House: ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ Specialist Group: SFG

CBRE Managed Services Ltd

Swan House, Northcroft Lane, Newbury, Berkshire RG14 1BN Tel: 01635 277999 Email: pete.belmore@norlandmanagedservices. co.uk Web: www.norlandmanagedservices.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 1985 In-House: ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ Specialist Group: SFG

21 Chatsworth Road, Sutton, Surrey SM3 8PJ Tel: 020 8643 0100 Email: hilary@centurion-ac.com Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2011 In-House: ABINSV Contracted Out: CDETU Specialist Group: RACHP

Cleanair UK Air Hygiene Specialists LLP Oakleigh Manor, Plum Pudding Lane, Dargate, Faversham, Kent ME13 9HB Tel: 01227 752783 Email: office@cleanairuk.com Web: www.cleanairuk.com Year Joined: 2014 In-House: FSTVW Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Cleansafe Services (UK) Ltd

24 Ullswater Crescent, Coulsdon, Surrey CR5 2AE Tel: 0800 9981196 Email: martin.bull@cleansafeservices.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2007 In-House: E Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Clearwater Technology Ltd

Minster Court, Tuscam Way, Camberley, Surrey GU15 3YY Tel: 01276 21155 Email: nick.tregaskes@clearwater.eu.com Web: www.clearwater.eu.com Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1995 In-House: FTVW Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Clearwater Technology Ltd

Unit 6, Stort Valley Industrial Estate, Stansted Road, Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire CM23 2TU Tel: 01279 464430 Email: darren.poore@clearwater.eu.com Web: www.clearwater.eu.com Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1995 In-House: FTVW Specialist Group: SFG, VHB


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Comfort Building Services Ltd

Sterling House, Stroudley Road, Basingstoke, Hampshire RG24 8UG Tel: 01256 842500 Email: dave@cbsuk.com Web: www.cbsuk.com Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 1999 In-House: ABGIJLMNPSV Contracted Out: CDEORTUWYZ Specialist Group: SFG

Comfort Service & Maintenance Ltd Comfort Works, Newchapel Road, Lingfield, Surrey RH7 6LE Tel: 01342 830610 Email: harvey@comfort.uk.com Web: www.comfort.uk.com Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1996 In-House: ABGNS Contracted Out: CELTUVW Specialist Group: SFG

Commercial Hydronic Systems Ltd Unit 12, Home Farm, Eynsford, Dartford, Kent DA4 0AE Tel: 020 8302 8149 Email: ish@chsytems.cc Web: www.CHsystems.cc Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2014 In-House: GHLM Contracted Out: ACDEW Specialist Group: HAPS

Compass Contract Services (UK) Ltd Compass House, Guildford Street, Chertsey, Surrey KT16 9BQ Tel: 01932 575781 Email: chris.o'dwyer@ess-gobain.com Web: www.compass-group.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2007 In-House: S Contracted Out: X Specialist Group: SFG

Complete Facilities Solutions Ltd

Unit 3, Windsor Park, 50 Windsor Avenue, Wimbledon SW19 2TJ Tel: 0800 3134133 Email: robert.ewing@comfacsol.co.uk Web: www.completefacilitiessolutions.co.uk Year Joined: 2015 In-House: GHMSZ Contracted Out: B Specialist Group: RACHP

Complete HVAC Services Ltd

Unit 3, Firbank Court, Firbank Way, Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire LU7 4YJ Tel: 0845 094 6465 Email: sales@completehvacservices.co.uk Web: www.completehvac.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2009 In-House: ABGIMNRSUVZ Specialist Group: RACHP

Constant Air Systems Ltd

Unit 1 Castle Estate, Turnpike Way, Cressex Business Park, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire HP12 3TF Tel: 01494 469 529 Email: martin.wigginton@constantair.co.uk Web: www.constantair.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1969 In-House: GIKMNOPRS Contracted Out: ABCDEFLQTUWYZ Specialist Group: DWG

Contract Ventilation Services Ltd

Cube Airconditioning Ltd

Cool Systems Holdings Ltd

Cyclone Ducting & Extraction Services Ltd

Unit 1, Pound Lane, Kingsnorth, Ashford, Kent TN23 3JE Tel: 01233 622007 Email: ian@cvs.uk.com Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2009 In-House: ACES Specialist Group: DWG

Systems House, Horndon Industrial Park, Station Road, Brentwood, Essex CM13 3XL Tel: 01277 810050 Email: faye.savill@csgroup.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2016 In-House: ABEGHIJMNSV

Cooltech Building Services Ltd The Old Forge, Rear Of 1 Burfield Road, Old Windsor, Berkshire SL4 2RB Tel: 01753 868117 Email: stuart.cann@cooltech.co.uk Web: www.cooltech.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2000 In-House: ABCDEFGHILMNSVWZ Contracted Out: KOPQRTUY Specialist Group: RACHP

Corrigenda Ltd (Trading as Churches) Unit 3, Mitchell Close, Segensworth East, Fareham, Hampshire PO15 5SE Tel: 01489 557667 Email: steve.whitworth@churches.co.uk Web: www.corrigenda.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2005 In-House: ABHKLNSUVZ Contracted Out: CDEFIORTWY

Court Services (Southern) Ltd

Unit 34 Easter Park, Benyon Road, Silchester, Reading, Berkshire RG7 2PQ Tel: 01753 533712 Email: paulbirdsey@court-services.co.uk Web: www.coolserv.co.uk Contract Size: 3 Year Joined: 2006 In-House: AIXZ Specialist Group: RACHP

Cromwell Engineering Ltd

1b Cromwell Road, Walton-On-Thames, Surrey KT12 3NL Tel: 01932 224335 Email: rolf@cromwellengineering.com Web: www.cromwellengineering.com Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 1973 In-House: EGHIMSV Contracted Out: ABCDLNTUWXZ Specialist Group: SFG

Crown House Technologies

Bridge Place 2, Anchor Boulevard, Admiral Park, Dartford, Kent DA2 6SN Tel: 01322 296200 Email: jabbott@laingorouke.com Web: www.crownhouse.com Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 1904 In-House: EGHIJKMUVZ Contracted Out: ABCDFLNOPQRTWY Specialist Group: RACHP, SFG

Crowthorne Heating Co Ltd

4a Dukes Ride, Crowthorne, Berkshire RG45 6LT Tel: 01344 772397 Email: crowthorneheating@tiscali.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 1969 In-House: GHLMS Contracted Out: ABCDENRTUWZ Specialist Group: HAPS

83 Queenhythe Road, Guildford, Surrey GU4 7NU Tel: 0844 502 7670 Email: dgrover@cubeacltd.com Web: www.cubeacltd.com Contract Size: 3 Year Joined: 2006 In-House: ABISV Specialist Group: SFG

G167 Cherwell Business Village, Southam Road, Banbury, Oxfordshire OX16 2SP Tel: 07909 601295 Email: andrea@cycloneducting.com Web: www.cycloneducting.com Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2010 In-House: CDEV Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

D D & B Mechanical Ltd

1a Putton Lane, Chickerell, Weymouth, Dorset DT3 4AD Tel: 01305 783932 Email: info@dandbmechanical.co.uk Web: www.dandbmechanical.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2013 In-House: GHJKMNOPQRSV Contracted Out: ABCDEFILTUWYZ

D.C.I. Refrigeration & Electrical Ltd

Unit 1, Warrior Business Centre, Fitzherbert Road, Portsmouth, Hampshire PO6 1TX Tel: 023 9238 1799 Email: becky@dcirefrigeration.co.uk Web: www.dcirefrigeration.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2011 In-House: ABINSXZ Contracted Out: HT Specialist Group: RACHP

Dixon Mechanical Services Ltd

59 Ringwood Road, Ferndown, Dorset BH22 9AA Tel: 01202 581000 Email: Dave@dixonmechanical.com Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1976 In-House: GIMNRVX Contracted Out: ABCDELPW

DMA Mechanical & Air Conditioning Ltd 4 Ambley Green, Gillingham Business Park, Gillingham, Kent ME8 0NJ Tel: 0870 850 6736 Email: pat.jackson@dma-group.co.uk Web: www.dmasouth.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1988 In-House: ABGHIJLMNSZ Contracted Out: CDEFKOPQRTUVWY Specialist Group: HAPS

DMA Maintenance Ltd

4 Ambley Green, Gillingham Business Park, Gillingham, Kent ME8 0NJ Tel: 01634 384220 Email: norman.lloyd@dma-maintenance.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 2012 In-House: ABGHMN Contracted Out: CDEFJKLTUWYZ Specialist Group: SFG

Ductclean UK Ltd

1 Woodfield Road, Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire AL7 1JQ Tel: 0870 112 9196 Email: paul.davies@ductclean.co.uk Web: www.ductclean.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 2003 In-House: T Contracted Out: X Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Degrees of Comfort

Lake House, 2 Lakeside, Summerleaze Road, Maidenhead, Berkshire SL6 8HZ Tel: 01628 780803 Email: kevin@degreesofcomfort.co.uk Web: www.degreesofcomfort.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2012 In-House: ABCINSV Contracted Out: ETX Specialist Group: RACHP

Delron Services Ltd

8 Viewpoint, Boxley Road, Penenden Heath, Maidstone, Kent ME14 2DZ Tel: 01622 688444 Email: martin.burton@d-s-l.co.uk Web: www.d-s-l.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1999 In-House: GIJKLMNRSUVWYZ Contracted Out: ABCDEFOPT Specialist Group: SFG

Dewco Ltd

Unit 11, Crow Arch Lane Industrial Estate, Crow Arch Lane, Ringwood, Hampshire BH24 1PD Tel: 01425 483436 Email: rob.walston@dewco.co.uk Web: www.dewco.co.uk Year Joined: 1988 In-House: ACDGHI

DCUK FM

1 Woodfield Road, Welwyn Garden City Hertfordshire AL7 1JQ Tel: 0870 112 9196 Fax: 0870 112 9197 Email: info@dcukfm.com Website: www.dcukfm.com DCUK FM are leading experts in the decontamination of ventilation systems, ductwork cleaning, management, kitchen extract cleaning, asbestos removal and building refurbishment. We offer national coverage, with an experienced workforce mobilising from a number of locations across the UK. Health & Safety is a very serious issue, and one that DCUK FM prides itself on. We have been awarded with the RoSPA Award for 12 consecutive years. We have additionally been awarded with the Presidentâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Award and the British Safety Council International Safety Award for 5 successive years due to our commitment to our H&S Policy.

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DWHP Ltd

Suite 5A, Aspect House, Pattenden Lane, Marden, Kent TN12 9QJ Tel: 01622 831649 Email: jackie@dwhp.co.uk Web: www.dwhp.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2000 In-House: ABDGHILMN Contracted Out: CEUWZ Specialist Group: HAPS

E A C Services Ltd

Home Farm, A3 By-Pass, Hurtmore, Surrey GU8 6AD Tel: 01483 812240 Email: angus@eacservices.co.uk Web: www.eacservices.co.uk Contract Size: 1 Year Joined: 1988 In-House: ABDEINSV Contracted Out: CTUZ Specialist Group: RACHP

E & B Group Ltd

E & S Heating & Ventilation Ltd Diplocks Way, DIplocks Way, Hailsham, East Sussex BN27 3JF Tel: 01323 845492 Email: emmarussell@esgroup.co.uk Web: www.esgroup.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 2011 In-House: CE Contracted Out: ADT Specialist Group: DWG

Edmund Services Limited

12 Saxon House, Warley Street Upminster, Essex RM14 3PJ Tel: 01708 222221 Fax: 01708 224460 Email: sales@edmundservices.com Website: www.edmundservices.com

E Ravendene House, 21 Brighton Road, Crawley, West Sussex RH10 6AE Tel: 01293 453700 Email: jmthomas@e-b.co.uk Web: www.e-b.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1994 In-House: Y Contracted Out: ACFGIKMSTUVWZ

ENGIE FM Ltd

Pacific House, Imperial Way, Reading, Berkshire RG2 0TF Tel: 0118 931 5299 Email: martin.heart@engie.com Year Joined: 2007 In-House: ABS Specialist Group: RACHP, SFG

Eastern Fabrications Building Services Ltd (efabs) 4 Horsecroft Place, The Pinnacles Harlow, Essex CM19 5BT Tel: 01279 454609 Email: info@efabs.co.uk Website: www.efabs.com

We are a forward thinking customer focused business, delivering a wide range of Mechanical, Plumbing and Electrical installations to various commercial businesses in the South East. We offer high quality installations using skilled tradesmen which allows projects to be completed to the highest standards and within set timescales. A considerable amount of our work is through repeat business and recommendations.

We are a building services provider specialising in planned maintenance and project work to all forms of building engineering expertise and to our client’s specification. We provide cover 24 hours a day, 365 days a year with an emergency call out service response within 2 hours and around the clock responsibility for the efficient operation of building services systems. • Air Conditioning • Electrical • Mechanical • Ventilation • Heating • Installation • Maintenance • Controls Visit our website at www.edmundservices.com

eac services limited

Home Farm, A3 By-pass Road Hurtmore, Surrey, GU8 6AD Tel: 01483 812240 Fax: 01483 812157 Email: angus@eacservices.co.uk Website: www.eacservices.co.uk eac services limited – established in 1983, we are specialist air conditioning contractors based in Surrey and working throughout the UK. We offer high quality solutions to meet our client’s requirements in retail, commercial and domestic applications individually engineering all our projects to provide the most energy efficient, cost effective solutions to any given requirement. We have established relationships with the major UK manufacturers allowing us to offer the best products for installations and be provided with the best training to back up our service and maintenance teams to offer an all-round service through pre sales, design, installation and after sales.

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ECE Cleaning Services Ltd

Hillcrest House, 51 Woodcote Road, Wallington, Surrey SM6 0LT Tel: 020 3757 7150 Email: info@ececleaning.co.uk Web: www.ececleaning.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2013 In-House: ET Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Ecolution Integrated Renewable Technologies

Ecolution House, London Road, Addington, West Malling, Kent ME19 5SH Tel: 0845 2666 558 Email: andrew.knapp@ecolutionrenewables.com Web: www.ecolutionrenewables.com Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 1998 In-House: OP Specialist Group: HAPS

Unit 8, Chiltern Enterprise Centre, Station Road, Theale, Berkshire RG7 4AA Tel: 0118 930 3766 Email: malcolm.thomson@enigmaesl.com Web: www.enigmaesl.com Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2003 In-House: ABI Contracted Out: N Specialist Group: RACHP

Environmental Maintenance Services Ltd

53-55 College Road, Bromley, Kent BR1 3QG Tel: 020 8289 7178 Email: ian.childs@e-m-services.co.uk Web: www.e-m-services.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 1997 In-House: FGHJLMNOPQRSUZ Contracted Out: ABEKTVWY

Envirotech Services Ltd

Envirotech House, 1 Main Road, Marlpit Hill, Edenbridge, Kent TN8 6JE Tel: 01732 865171 Email: richard.jashek@esl.gb.com Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1998 In-House: GIM Contracted Out: BCEHLSTUVWZ

Ergro Mechanical Services Ltd

Eaton-Williams Group Ltd

Fircroft Way, Edenbridge, Kent TN8 6EZ Tel: 0800 137340 Email: john.wright@eaton-williams.com Contract Size: 3 Year Joined: 1995 In-House: ABGMNSUV Contracted Out: CDEHIOPQRTZ Specialist Group: RACHP, SFG

Enigma Environmental Services Ltd

Emerald House Global Engineering Ltd

Unit B, Braintree Industrial Estate Braintree Road, Ruislip, Middlesex HA4 0EJ Tel: 020 8839 2640 Fax: 020 8839 2641 Email: us@ehge.co.uk Website: www.ehge.co.uk EHGE is a leading Building Services Integration Specialist, with almost 20 years’ experience at UK Airports and across TFL, in particular within London Underground. We offer premium quality mechanical, electrical and cabled services installation and maintenance, using high calibre engineers. Our talent is undertaking building services led refurbishment projects. Fast to react, we are highly versatile with particular experience in security sensitive, high-specification and 24/7 operational environments. We pride ourselves in delivering tailored projects working collaboratively with our clients, consistently and cost effectively aiming for whole-life energy efficiency and maintainability using our expertise in value engineering and green technologies.

Victory Way, Admirals Park Crossways, Dartford, Kent DA2 6QD Tel: 0845 094 3225 Email: paul.martin@ergro.co.uk Web: www.ergro.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2003 In-House: ABCEFGHJLMNOPQRSUVZ Contracted Out: DIKTWY Specialist Group: RACHP

ESG Pool Ventilation Ltd 25 Burrel Road, St Ives Cambridgeshire PE27 3LE Tel: 01480 492140 Fax: 01480 492026 Email: enquiries@esgpv.co.uk Website: www.esgpv.co.uk

Leading pool ventilation specialist. ESG provide the complete package from start to finish. Design, manufacture, installation, commissioning and maintenance of energy saving pool ventilation systems.


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Exoair Master Ltd

4a Clipper Court, Clipper Close, Medway City Estate, Rochester, Kent ME2 4QR Tel: 01634 296400 Email: geoff@exoair.com Web: www.exoair.com Contract Size: 2 Year Joined: 2009 In-House: EX

Exoair DPL LLP

304-305 Woolsbridge Industrial Park, Three Legged Cross, Wimborne, Dorset BH21 6SP Tel: 01202 823621 Email: geoff@exoair.com Year Joined: 2014 In-House: E

Express Ductwork Services Ltd

3 Dodman Green, Tattenhoe, Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire MK4 3AJ Tel: 01908 867533 Email: sales@eds-aircon.co.uk Web: www.eds-aircon.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2010 In-House: ABCDGHIJNOPQRSUVZ Contracted Out: EFKLMTWY Specialist Group: DWG

Extracair Installations Ltd

Endeavour House, 59-61 Sterte Avenue West, Poole, Dorset BH15 2AJ Tel: 01202 736999 Email: aec@extracair.co.uk Web: www.extracair.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2002 In-House: ABCDEGIMSUV Contracted Out: NT Specialist Group: DWG

F F Church Ltd

7/8 Deanes Close, Castle Street, Steventon, Abingdon, Oxfordshire OX13 6SZ Tel: 01235 834598 Email: elaine@fchurchltd.com Web: www.fchurchltd.com Contract Size: 3 Year Joined: 1993 In-House: GHIMSTUV Contracted Out: ABCDELNWXZ Specialist Group: HAPS

F G Alden Ltd

Langford Locks, Kidlington, Oxfordshire OX5 1LJ Tel: 01865 855000 Email: mjm@aldenltd.co.uk Web: www.aldenltd.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 1928 In-House: GHIJKMPRSV Contracted Out: ABCDEFLNOQTUWYZ

F N Rice (Pirbright) Ltd

Toad Hall, Vapery Lane, Pirbright, Woking, Surrey GU24 0QD Tel: 01483 472005 Email: derek.love@fnrice.com Web: www.pirbrightgroup.com Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1965 In-House: ABGHILMRSUZ Contracted Out: CDEJNOPTW Specialist Group: HAPS

F W Marsh (Electrical & Mechanical) Ltd Ryde Business Park, Nicholson Road, Ryde, Isle of Wight PO33 1BF Tel: 01983 562109 Email: paul.g.kelly@btconnect.com Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1992 In-House: ABGHMXZ Specialist Group: SFG

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Fairs & Green (Mechanical Services) Ltd 15-17 Vale Road, Tunbridge Wells, Kent TN1 1BS Tel: 01892 615678 Email: info@fgmsltd.wanadoo.co.uk Contract Size: 3 Year Joined: 1973 In-House: HISVX Contracted Out: AGM Specialist Group: HAPS

Farmwood M & E Services Ltd

Unit A4, St Georges Business Park, Castle Road, Sittingbourne, Kent ME10 3TB Tel: 01795 857840 Email: dave@farmwood.co.uk Web: www.farmwood.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2012 In-House: ABDEGHLMNPSZ Contracted Out: CFJKTUWY Specialist Group: RACHP

Farmwood M&E Services Ltd Specialists In Ventilation And IAQ Unit A4, St Georges Business Park, Castle Road, Sittingbourne Kent ME10 3TB Tel: 01795 857840 Email: info@farmwood.co.uk New website: www.farmwood.co.uk

Established as a limited company in 2002 by a team who had been providing M&E – HVAC surveys, servicing and installations. We have enjoyed rapid growth and are proud to be service agents for multiple Major UK Ventilation manufacturers for Commercial & Domestic applications. Our reputation and fantastic team have fed our growth. We employ only highly skilled engineers with considerable experience with CSCS, DBS, F Gas, Gas Safe, NICEIC, BPEC (NICEIC Ventilation), ISO 9001, OHSAS 18001. Fully Insured & Accredited. Swale Business 2015 runner up, shortlisted finalists for the 2016 award. “New” IAQ research, development, smart tech and workshops available.

FASCEL Group

32 Camford Way, Sundon Park, Luton, Bedfordshire LU3 3AN Tel: 01582 560606 Email: andy.carr@fascel.co.uk Web: www.fascel.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2006 In-House: GHM Contracted Out: CI

Formosa Mechanical Services Ltd Robert Denholm House, Bletchingley Road, Nutfield, Redhill, Surrey RH1 4HW Tel: 01737 300611 Email: colin@formosa.co.uk Web: www.formosa.co.uk In-House: ACDEGHMXZ

G Tech Building Services Ltd

FP Hurley & Sons Ltd

Queens Road, Bridgend Industrial Estate Bridgend, Bridgend County CF31 3UT Tel: 01656 661151 Fax: 01656 645477 Email: bridgend@fphurley.co.uk Web: www.fphurley.co.uk We are a forward thinking customer focused business, delivering Mechanical and Plumbing installations to a wide range of industrial and commercial premises throughout the UK. We offer a high quality installation through skilled tradesmen which allows projects to be completed to the highest standards. This ensures that the majority of our work is through repeat business and recommendations. We are continuing to expand our business throughout the UK, in a planned manner and with the delivery of successful projects and customer satisfaction as the forefront of our philosophy.

Unit 8A Connors Yard, Beeches Road, Crowborough, East Sussex TN6 2AH Tel: 01892 660000 Email: gary@g-techbuildingservices.com Web: www.g-techbuildingservices.com Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2009 In-House: ABGIRX Contracted Out: CDEMNOPQV

G4S Secure Solutions (Guernsey) Ltd Homefield, Rue de L'Epinel, Forest, Guernsey GY8 0HL Tel: 01481 265133 Email: bob.lebargy@gg.g4s.com Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1995 In-House: ADEGHIJLMNOSVYZ Contracted Out: CFKTUW Specialist Group: RACHP

Gatwick Park Mechanical Services Ltd Unit 22 Graylands Estate, Langhurstwood Road, Horsham, Surrey RH12 4QD Tel: 01403 210808 Email: jenny@gatwickpark.co.uk Web: www.gatwickpark.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 1984 In-House: AGIM Contracted Out: BLVW Specialist Group: HAPS

GCSC Ltd

Unit 120 Maddison House, 226 High Street, Croydon, Surrey CR9 1DF Tel: 020 8681 1694 Email: gcsoffice@btinternet.com Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2011 In-House: ST Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

GCSI Ltd

Fredericks (Mechanical Services) Ltd

2 Park Road, Dartford, Kent DA1 1SL Tel: 01322 288101 Fax: 01322 289483 Email: mail@fmsluk.com Website: www.fmsluk.com Specialists in Heating, Aircon and Industrial Pipework Surveys, Estimates and Reports. Co-ordination, Planning, Installation, Testing, Inspection and Commissioning of Building Services. Project Management, Refurbishment and Installation with fully Integrated and Co-ordinated Multi Service Packages. Planned Maintenance, all with a callout facility.

Unit 1, Victoria Industrial Park, Victoria Road, Dartford, Kent DA1 5AJ Tel: 01322 224999 Email: grenville@gcsilimited.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2002 In-House: ABCDEGHILMOPRUWZ Specialist Group: HAPS

Gee-Bec Services Ltd

Unit 5, Maplehurst Close, Dartford, Kent DA2 7WX Tel: 01322 621450 Email: brian.woodley@geebecservices.co.uk Web: www.geebecservices.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2007 In-House: DGHIJMNZ Contracted Out: ABCELSTUVWY

Gelidus Ltd

Unit 7 Chiltern Enterprise Centre, Station Road, Theale, Reading, Berkshire RG7 4AA Tel: 0118 930 4404 Email: steve@gelidus.com Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2012 In-House: ABN Specialist Group: RACHP

Glowarm Central Heating Ltd

Justin Plaza 2, 341 London Road, Mitcham, Surrey CR4 4BE Tel: 020 8685 6179 Email: george.ley@glowarm.co.uk Web: www.glowarm.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 1989 In-House: HIX Specialist Group: HAPS

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GMB Airconditioning & Ventilation Services Ltd

Unit 1, Pebsham Rural Business Centre, Pebsham Lane, Bexhill On Sea, East Sussex TN40 2RZ Tel: 01424 733844 Email: glen@gmbacandvent.co.uk Web: www.gmbacandvent.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2014 In-House: ABC Specialist Group: RACHP

H H & C Contracts Ltd

Unit 3 Holt Barns Business Park, The Kilns, Frith End Road, Frith End, Bordon, Hampshire GU35 0QW Tel: 01420 488281 Email: info@hccontracts.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1984 In-House: ABGIMNS Contracted Out: CDETUVW Specialist Group: RACHP

Hadene Building Services

Unit 7 The Enterprise Centre, Revenge Road, Lordswood, Chatham, Kent ME5 8UD Tel: 01634 673700 Email: martinh@hadene.co.uk Web: www.hadene.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 1986 In-House: ABGMNSX Contracted Out: EITUWYZ Specialist Group: SFG

Halton Foodservice Ltd

11 Laker Road, Airport Industrial Estate, Rochester, Kent ME1 3QX Tel: 01634 666111 Email: kelly.gibson@halton.com Web: www.halton.com/foodservice Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1988 In-House: CEIMUV Contracted Out: AX

Heartfield Ventilation & Air Conditioning Co Ltd

2 Fieldings Road, Cheshunt, Hertfordshire EN8 9TL Tel: 01992 630770 Email: davidm@hvacltd.co.uk Web: www.hvacltd.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1996 In-House: ABCEIN Contracted Out: DGMV Specialist Group: DWG

Heasman & Sadler Ltd

29 Park Road, Faringdon, Oxfordshire SN7 7BP Tel: 01367 240286 Email: info@heasmanandsadler.co.uk Contract Size: 2 Year Joined: 1988 In-House: CDE Specialist Group: DWG

Hedley Visick Ltd

1 Wannock Avenue, Eastbourne, East Sussex BN20 9RS Tel: 01323 488411 Email: office@hedleyvisick.co.uk Web: www.hedleyvisick.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1974 In-House: GHLMNOPQRV Contracted Out: ABCDEIW Specialist Group: HAPS

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Hemlow Ltd

Suite B, 1st Floor, 1 Suffolk Way, Sevenoaks, Kent TN13 1YL Tel: 020 8293 6606 Email: graham.witt@hemlow.com Web: www.hemlow.com Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2006 In-House: ABGMS Contracted Out: JLUWYZ Specialist Group: SFG

Hollywell Building Services Ltd

New Barnes Mill Annexe, Cotton Mill Lane, St Albans, Hertfordshire AL1 2HA Tel: 01727 810555 Email: bob@hollywell.co.uk Web: www.hollywell.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1999 In-House: ABGHIMSZ Contracted Out: CDELNUVW Specialist Group: SFG

How Group Ltd

Interserve House, Ruscombe Park, Twyford, Reading, Berkshire RG10 9JU Tel: 0118 932 0123 Email: kate.baker@interserve.com Web: www.interserveplc.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1939 Contracted Out: X

Hull Mechanical Services Ltd 17 Lower Road, Chalfont St Peter, Buckinghamshire SL9 9AL Tel: 01753 889940 Email: hullmech@lineone.net Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2002 Specialist Group: HAPS

I ICS Industrial & Commercial Systems Ltd Suite 108, 23 Carlton Road, South Croydon, Surrey CR2 0BS Tel: 0834 50942783 Email: darren@icsindustrial.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2007 In-House: ABGHIJKLMNRSVW Contracted Out: CDEFOPQTUXYZ Specialist Group: HAPS

IDC Electrical (Southern) Ltd

J & B Hopkins Ltd Innovation Air Conditioning & Building Services Ltd

Lansdowne Building, Lansdowne Road East Croydon, Surrey CR9 2ER Tel: 020 8263 6248 Fax: 002 8263 6110 Email: amitry@innovation-acbs.com Website: www.innovation-acbs.com

Unit 16 Cromwell Business Centre, Howard Way, Newport Pagnell, Bedfordshire MK16 9QS Tel: 01908 467906 Email: design.team@jasylvester.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1978 In-House: GMNPX Contracted Out: ABCEILUVWZ

Innovation works with Architects, project managers, consulting engineers and construction companies on all kinds of buildings and projects, ranging from offices (CAT A & B) leading retailers and restaurants to hospitals, and high class residential developments. We have a history of consistently achieving agreed time, cost and quality targets and for providing best value solutions.

J W Housden Ltd

1 Norwich Close, Lower Bevendean, Brighton BN2 4LH Tel: 07882 632507 Email: steve@innovationcleaningsolutions.co.uk Web: www.innovationcleaningsolutions.co.uk Year Joined: 2015 In-House: T

Intelligent Air Conditioning Ltd

In Line Duct Cleaning Ltd

Isotemp (Heating & Ventilating) Ltd

Windmill Works, North Road, Widmer End, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire HP15 6NE Tel: 01494 711150 Email: indpipeservices@btconnect.com Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2010 In-House: GHIJLMN Contracted Out: AEW

J Ashwell Ltd

Hinton House, 120 Hinton Wood Avenue, Christchurch, Dorset BH23 5AL Tel: 01425 276724 Email: jashwell@btconnect.com Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 1977 In-House: GMN Contracted Out: ABCDEILPUWZ

1 Margetts Road, Kempston, Bedford, Bedfordshire MK42 8DS Tel: 01234 852033 Email: admin@jwhousden.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 1971 In-House: GHILMS Contracted Out: ACUVWZ Specialist Group: HAPS

Innovation Cleaning Solutions Ltd

31 Briarswood Road, St Johns, Woking, Surrey GU21 8XD Tel: 01483 487215 Email: info@intelligentac.co.uk Web: www.intelligentac.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2012 In-House: ABGILNOPQRUV Contracted Out: CDEHJMWYZ Specialist Group: RACHP

Industrial Pipe Services 2003 Ltd

J A Sylvester (Mechanical Services) Ltd

Innovation Air Conditioning and Building Services Limited, are a leader in multidiscipline building services, which has built a strong reputation for excellence and commitment within the construction industry. Our team is highly experienced in providing a broad range of services which includes but not limited to: • Design and build mechanical services installations • Heating, Ventilation and air conditioning installations • Domestic Services and Public health installations • Service, maintenance and 24 Hour Call out

3 Barley Business Park, Duncan Road, Park Gate, Southampton, Hampshire SO31 1ZT Tel: 08452 707422 Email: tony@idcsouthern.co.uk Web: www.idcsouthern.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2009 In-House: GHZ Contracted Out: ABCDEFIKLMNOPQRSTUVWXY PO Box 481, Banbury, Oxfordshire OX15 0ZJ Tel: 01295 760491 Email: grant@ildc.co.uk Web: www.ildc.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2007 In-House: T Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Concorde House, Concorde Way, Segensworth North, Fareham, Hampshire PO15 5RL Tel: 01489 584706 Email: phil.lambden@jbhopkins.co.uk Web: www.jbhopkins.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1986 In-House: ABFGIJKMNSYZ Contracted Out: LTUVW

Loudwater Mill, Station Road, Loudwater, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire HP10 9UD Tel: 01494 534364 Email: trevor.isotemp@btconnect.com Web: www.isotemp-hv.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 1978 In-House: CI Contracted Out: DX Specialist Group: DWG

J.W. Housden Ltd

1 Margetts Road, Kempston, Bedford MK42 8DS Tel: 01234 852 033 Email: admin@jwhousden.co.uk Website: www.jwhousdenltd.co.uk Providing engineering design, installation, testing, commissioning and maintenance of heating, ventilation and public health systems to the built environment. Services Include; • Building Services Design • Heating • Chilled Water • Automatic Controls • Heating, Cooling & Ventilation plant installations • Water Treatment • Hot & Cold Water Services • Ventilation & Ductwork • Public Health Systems • Planned & Reactive Maintenance Project Sectors; • Education • Healthcare • Hotels • Commercial Property • Residential • Refurbishment • Sports & Leisure • Industrial & Manufacturing For all project, reactive or planned maintenance enquiries please contact; admin@jwhousden.co.uk


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Jarvis Heating Ltd

Jarvis House, No 1 Waterside, Station Road, Harpenden, Hertfordshire AL5 4US Tel: 01582 761211 Email: alastair.barrett@e7buildingservices.co.uk Web: www.jarvisheating.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1959 In-House: GHIMNOPQRZ Contracted Out: ABCEKLUVWY Specialist Group: HAPS

JD Services HVAC Ltd

Unit 5 Mulberry Court, Bourne Industrial Estate, Bourne Road, Crayford, Kent DA1 4BF Tel: 01322 315588 Email: info@jdservicesltd.co.uk Web: www.jdservicesltd.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2001 In-House: ABGHMN Contracted Out: ELTUWXY Specialist Group: RACHP

Just Cold Services Ltd

117 Old Farleigh Road, Selsdon, South Croydon, Surrey CR2 8QD Tel: 0844 2492929 Email: eugenejcs@gmail.com Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2009 In-House: AIV Specialist Group: RACHP

Kestrel Mechanical Services Ltd

Unit C5 Chaucer Business Park, Watery Lane, Kemsing, Sevenoaks, Kent TN15 6YT Tel: 01732 762150 Email: nigel@kestrel-mechanical.co.uk Web: www.kestrel-mechanical.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1999 In-House: GIMRUV Specialist Group: SFG

Keysource Ltd

Unit C, North Heath Estate, Horsham, West Sussex RH12 5QE Tel: 0845 2043333 Email: joe.wilde@keysource.co.uk Web: www.keysource.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2005 In-House: ISUVZ Contracted Out: ABCDFTWY

Kitchen & Duct Cleaning Ltd

Unit 003, Mill Studio Business Centre, Crane Mead, Ware, Hertfordshire SG12 9PY Tel: 01920 444245 Email: deepcleaning@btconnect.com Web: www.kitchendeepcleaning.com Year Joined: 2013 In-House: EST Contracted Out: X Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

KPS Southern Ltd

K Kestrel Mechanical Services Ltd

Unit C5, Chaucer Business Park Watery Lane, Kemsing, Sevenoaks Kent TN15 6YT Tel: 01732 762150 Fax: 01732 763988 Email: Nigel@kestrel-mechanical.co.uk Website: www.kestrel-mechanical.co.uk Kestrel Mechanical Services is one of the southeastâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s leading heating and building services contractors. We undertake all forms of mechanical engineering and related electrical services, on pre-designed contracts or new design and build projects. Our customers include building services consultants, contractors, the London Borough of Bromley, BUPA Care Homes and a variety of other building owners and operators. We offer a high quality installation through skilled tradesmen, which allows projects to be completed to the highest standards. Much of the work we undertake is gained through repeat contracts with existing customers, demonstrating our ability to deliver on schedule and to specification.

Lloret Control Systems Ltd

20 Ullswater Crescent, The Ullswater Business Park, Coulsdon, Croydon, Surrey CR5 2HR Tel: 020 8410 4600 Email: sue.seymour@lloret.co.uk Web: www.lloret.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 1998 In-House: ISUX

Lorne Stewart PLC

Eagle Point 1st Floor - West Wing, Little Park Farm Road, Segensworth, Fareham, Hampshire PO15 5TD Tel: 01489 555000 Email: luke.mccathie@lornestewart.co.uk Web: www.lornestewart.com Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 1988 In-House: ABGHIMNOPQRZ Contracted Out: CDEKLTUVWY Specialist Group: SFG

Lowe & Oliver Ltd

Cumnor Road, Boars Hill, Wootton, Oxford, Oxfordshire OX1 5JW Tel: 01865 322200 Email: paultuson@loweoliver.co.uk Web: www.loweoliver.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2003 In-House: GHIJMOSVWYZ Contracted Out: ABCEFKLNPQRTU

Lowe & Oliver Ltd

Oddington Grange Farm and Industries, Weston on the Green, Bicester, Oxfordshire OX25 3QW Tel: 01865 331731 Email: melvyn@kpssouthern.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1997 In-House: GHJKLMNPR Contracted Out: ABCDEITUVWYZ

Unit F, Woodside Trade Centre, Parham Drive, Eastleigh, Hampshire SO50 4NU Tel: 023 80614700 Email: johnbarrett@loweoliver.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2003 In-House: FGHIJMOSVWYZ Contracted Out: ABCEKLNPQRTU

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Lee Air Conditioning (Services) Ltd

Macdet Hygiene Services Ltd

McCarthy Refrigeration Ltd

48 Northwood Road, Hilsea, Portsmouth, Hampshire PO2 9QT Tel: 023 9265 0169 Email: mccarthyrefrigeration@yahoo.com Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2009 In-House: ABNSV Contracted Out: IX Specialist Group: SFG

Megan Mechanical Services Ltd

Units 4 & 5, Blackbushe Business Park, Yateley, Hampshire GU46 6GA Tel: 01252 874738 Email: george.lewis@megan-mechanical.co.uk Web: www.meganmechanical.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2011 In-House: GHJM Contracted Out: ABCDEIKLTUVWXYZ

Metro Heating & Air Conditioning Services Ltd

Unit 5 Clearways Business Estate, London Road, West Kingsdown, Kent TN15 6ES Tel: 01474 852933 Email: metrohac@gmail.com Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 1990 In-House: AGNS Contracted Out: BCTUWZ Specialist Group: SFG

Micro Solve (Hygiene) Ltd

10 York Way, Lancaster Road, Cressex Business Park, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire HP12 3PY Tel: 01494 441445 Email: garry.walker@mshygiene.co.uk Web: www.mshygiene.co.uk Year Joined: 2006 In-House: T Contracted Out: X Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

MITIE Technical Facilities Management Ltd

Unit A, Kingsway Industrial Estate, Luton, Bedfordshire LU1 1LP Tel: 01582 423777 Email: jackie.mcnamara@macdet.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 2014 In-House: STY Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

The Millenium Centre, M4 Crosby Way, Farnham, Surrey GU9 7XX Tel: 01252 732400 Email: adam.strudwick@mitie.com Web: www.mitieengineering.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1998 In-House: AGIMNOPQRSV Contracted Out: BCDEHJLTUWYZ

Mastercool (Southern) Ltd

MJD Airconditioning Services Ltd

10 Farm Close, Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire AL8 6RP Tel: 01707 327736 Email: leroy.mech@btinternet.com Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 1995 In-House: EG Contracted Out: CDIKLMUVWXZ

Unit 9, Stanley Business Centre, Kelvin Way, Crawley, West Sussex RH10 9SE Tel: 01293 531136 Email: garyhaughey@mastercoolsouthern.co.uk Web: www.mastercoolsouthern.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 1999 In-House: ABCLOPQRUZ Contracted Out: GIMV Specialist Group: RACHP

Linaker Ltd

McAlpine Grant Ilco Ltd

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Unit 8, Spitfire Business Park, 1 Hawker Road, Croydon, Surrey CR0 4WD Tel: 020 8680 8926 Email: gary.lee@leeac.co.uk Web: www.leeac.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1985 In-House: ABEGHILMNSV Contracted Out: CDFJKOPRTUWYZ Specialist Group: SFG

Leroy Mechanical Engineering Ltd

Bourne House, 475 Godstone Road, Whyteleafe, Surrey CR3 0BN Tel: 01737 645300 Email: mark.baker@linaker.com Web: www.linaker.com Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1995 In-House: ABGHILMSUZ Contracted Out: FNTVWY Specialist Group: SFG

Osney Mead, Oxford, Oxfordshire OX2 0ER Tel: 01865 251225 Email: rogerg@mgiltd.co.uk Web: www.mgiltd.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2003 In-House: ABINOPQRSV Contracted Out: CDEFGHJKLMTUWYZ Specialist Group: RACHP, SFG

16 Bedford Road, Lower Stondon, Bedfordshire SG16 6EA Tel: 01462 815756 Email: enquiries@mjdaircon.co.uk Web: www.mjdaircon.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2000 In-House: ABCINOSV Contracted Out: X

N G Bailey Ltd

14-16 Theale Lakes Business PArk, Moulden Way, Sulhamstead, Reading, Berkshire RG7 4GB Tel: 0118 930 1300 Email: steven.wiles@ngbailey.co.uk Web: www.ngbailey.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 1983 In-House: GIJKMOPRSUVXZ Contracted Out: CDEFHLTWY

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New-Air (Southern) Ltd

Unit 8, Compass Point, Ensign Way, Hamble, Southampton, Hampshire SO31 4RA Tel: 023 8060 5960 Email: gary@newair.co.uk Web: www.newair.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 1985 In-House: ABN Contracted Out: X Specialist Group: RACHP

Norstead Ltd

Tectonic Place, Holy Port Road, Maidenhead, Berkshire SL6 2YE Tel: 01628 634445 Email: mgildea@norstead.co.uk Web: www.norstead.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1994 In-House: GHMZ Contracted Out: ABCDEFIJKLNOPQRSTUVWY Specialist Group: SFG

Norton Mechanical Ltd

Stadium Business Park, Castle Rd, Sittingbourne, Kent ME10 3BG Tel: 01795 382120 Fax: 01795 382124 Email: admins@norton-group.co.uk Website: www.norton-group.co.uk Norton Mechanical are based in both Kent and London offering a wide variety of high quality installations and maintenance of both mechanical and electrical services. We have a portfolio of varying projects from £5,000 to £15,000 spanning multi property residential sites to hospitals, schools and hotels. Norton Mechanical work both on traditional contracts and design & building delivered from concept to completion utilising our own in-house design team. Norton Mechanical is supported by its own in house service and maintenance team, Norton Technical Maintenance, whom undertake both reactive and planned maintenance on a 24hr basis using our own employed labour.

Norton Technical Maintenance

Unit 2, Stadium Business Park, Castle Road, Sittingbourne, Kent ME10 3BG Tel: 01795 228083 Email: damien@nortontechnical.com Web: www.commercialheatinguk.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2010 In-House: ABGHILMNPQRSTW Contracted Out: CDUV

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NWG Building Services Ltd

Suite 2 Western House, 19 Western Road, Billericay, Essex CM12 9DY Tel: 01277230449 Fax: 01277280639 Email: info@nwgbuildingservices.co.uk Website: www.nwgbuildingservices.co.uk NWG Building Services specialise in the design, installation, commissioning and maintenance of mechanical building services within commercial, industrial & high end residential markets.We operate mainly within London and the South East but can cover all parts of the country. We have carried out high quality installations through our network of skilled tradesmen since 2009. NWG Building Services has continued to grow each year mainly from repeat business with our client base. Health & Safety and Quality of works are incredibly important to us and to ensure standards are continuously upheld, we employ fully trained supervisors / site managers and project managers to oversee all works. We are FGas registered and are approved installers for Mitsubishi & Daikin equipment as well as accredited by CHAS & Safe Contractor.

O Ocean Industrial Cleaning Ltd 43 Caxton Road, Hoddesdon, Hertfordshire EN11 9PD Tel: 01992 413868 Email: rowley.l@oceancleaning.co.uk Contract Size: 3 Year Joined: 2011 In-House: TX Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Omega Building Services Ltd Challis House, 85 High Street, Caterham-on-the-Hill, Surrey CR3 5UH Tel: 01883 348896 Email: roger@omegabs.co.uk Web: www.omegabs.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1994 In-House: GHINS Contracted Out: ACDEKLMPRTUWXYZ

One Call Group (Holdings) Ltd Six Enterprise Park, Black Moor Road, Verwood, Dorset BH31 6YS Tel: 01202 829329 Email: info@one-callgroup.co.uk Web: www.one-callgroup.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2012 In-House: GT Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

One Facility Ltd

Parker Air Conditioning Ltd

Opus Air Conditioning (Sales) Ltd

PCB Technical Solutions Ltd

Orbital Climate Solutions Ltd

Permanex Plumbing

4000 Building, Six Hills Way, Stevenage, Hertfordshire SG1 2DA Tel: 01438 754122 Email: paul.dove@onefacility.co.uk Web: www.onefacility.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2009 In-House: S Contracted Out: FJKLTUWYZ Specialist Group: SFG

Unit 52, Victoria Industrial Park, Victoria Road, Dartford, Kent DA1 5AJ Tel: 01322 225111 Email: sales@opusair.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1988 In-House: ABCEGIJKMSVZ Contracted Out: FTUXY Specialist Group: RACHP, SFG

Unit 6, Reliant House, Oakmere Mews, Potters Bar, Hertfordshire EN6 5DT Tel: 01707 709015 Email: brett@orbitalcooling.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2014 In-House: ABINOSV Specialist Group: RACHP

Orostream Air Conditioning Ltd Aircon Works, Park Road, Crowborough, East Sussex TN6 2QT Tel: 01892 665888 Email: gjones6333@aol.com Web: www.oacservices.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1996 In-House: AGIJSVW Contracted Out: CDFKLMNTUYZ

P P & J Dust Extraction Ltd

Elmley Industrial Estate, Argent Road, Queenborough, Kent ME11 5GA Tel: 01795 582600 Email: jane.bastow@pjdust.co.uk Web: www.pjdust.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2003 In-House: CE Specialist Group: DWG

P Chester & Sons (Bedford) Ltd Unit 6, Manton Lane, Bedford, Bedfordshire MK41 7PB Tel: 01234 261896 Email: spencer@pchester.co.uk Web: www.pchester.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1973 In-House: ABDEGHIKLMNSW Contracted Out: CFTUXYZ Specialist Group: RACHP, SFG

Paine Manwaring Ltd

Unit D, Easting Close, Dominion Way, Worthing, West Sussex BN14 8HQ Tel: 01903 237522 Email: mark@painemanwaring.co.uk Web: www.painemanwaring.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2003 In-House: DEGHILMUZ Contracted Out: ABCNOPRVX Specialist Group: HAPS

Gloucester House, Clarence Court, Rushmore Hill, Orpington, Kent BR6 7LZ Tel: 01689 858787 Email: russell@parker-ac.co.uk Web: www.parker-ac.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 1991 In-House: ABGMN Contracted Out: CDEV Specialist Group: RACHP, SFG

Unit 6, Barnes Wallace Court, Wellington Road, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire HP12 3PS Tel: 01628 648648 Email: davev@pcbtechnicalsolutions.co.uk Web: www.pcbtechnicalsolutions.co.uk Year Joined: 2014 In-House: AGU Contracted Out: WZ

Permanex House, 94 Summerstown, London SW17 0BH Tel: 0844 8400 999 Email: charlie@ppbs.co.uk Web: www.permanex-plumbing.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2006 In-House: DEHILUVZ Contracted Out: CFGKMRWY Specialist Group: HAPS

PH Water Air Technologies Ltd Unit 37 Invincible Road, Farnborough, Hampshire GU14 7QU Tel: 01252 543668 Email: ian@phwatertechnologies.co.uk Year Joined: 2015 In-House: AITV

Pinevale Plumbing & Heating Ltd 18 Birchwood Road, Upton, Poole, Dorset BH16 5LE Tel: 01202 795952 Email: anne@pinevale.co.uk Web: www.pinevale.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2014 In-House: HL Contracted Out: CDEGMOP Specialist Group: HAPS

Pinnacle Specialist Cleaning Services 8 Marmion Green, 8 Marmion Green, Christchurch, Dorset BH23 3DZ Tel: 0345 202 5757 Email: dprice@pinnacle-cleaning.co.uk Web: www.pinnacle-cleaning.co.uk Contract Size: 3 Year Joined: 2012 In-House: T Contracted Out: X Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Pipe Systems Ltd

Genesis Business Centre, Redkiln Way, Horsham, West Sussex RH13 5QH Tel: 01403 263 888 Email: tonym@pipe-systems.co.uk Web: www.pipe-systems.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1999 In-House: GM


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Poundbridge Developments Ltd

PIP - Mechanical & Electrical Engineers & Contractors London office: Suite 1.01, 1 Exchange Tower Harbour Exchange, London E14 9GE Tel: 01268 541 651 Fax: 01268 546 625 Website: www.pip.uk.com

We offer a range of services from plant replacement, shell and core to full client specification fit out for all M&E Services including design, management, installation, commission, service and maintenance. Our experience and expertise is in many sectors of the services industry; financial, industrial, retail, education, data centres, public, health, entertainment, construction and property. We believe in the use of innovative solutions, latest technologies and our market awareness to benefit our clients in the use of their assets and property. Our aim is to deliver the highest level of quality maintaining a safe, efficient environment for the best possible value.

26 Breakfield, Ullswater Business Park, Coulsdon, Surrey CR5 2HS Tel: 020 3475 6999 Email: martin.brown@poundbridge.co.uk Web: www.poundbridge.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2010 In-House: ABGNOPSZ Contracted Out: CEFIMTUVY Specialist Group: SFG

PowerNaturally Ltd

6 Telford Road, Ferndown Industrial Estate, Ferndown, Wimborne, Dorset BH21 7QL Tel: 01202 855804 Email: mark.golsby@powernaturally.co.uk Web: www.powernaturally.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2012 In-House: EGHILNOPQRSV Contracted Out: BM

Toad Hall, Vapery Lane, Pirbright, Woking, Surrey GU24 0QD Tel: 01483 474888 Email: derek.love@pirbrightelectrical.com Web: www.pirbrightgroup.com Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1997 In-House: ABGHIKMRSUZ Contracted Out: CDEFJLNOPTWY

PJA HVAC Ltd

1 Modular Business Park, Norton Road, Stevenage, Hertfordshire SG1 2FZ Tel: 01438 743579 Email: Paul.Ayres@pjagroup.com Web: www.pjagroup.com Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2014 In-House: ACGHLS Specialist Group: RACHP

PJM Mechanical & Electrical Ltd

Units 25 & 26, Highcroft Estate, Enterprise Road, Horndean, Hampshire PO8 0BT Tel: 023 9259 2672 Email: pat@pjmmechanical.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2005 In-House: GHIMNPZ Contracted Out: ABCDELTUVW

Plant & Air Cond Eng Servs Ltd Mill House, 44-46 Mill Green Road, Mitcham, Mitcham, Surrey CR4 4HY Tel: 020 8685 1640 Email: annie@paceservices.uk.com Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1975 In-House: ABNSU Contracted Out: WXYZ Specialist Group: SFG

Eagle House, 257 Burlington Road, New Malden, Surrey KT3 4NE Tel: 020 8949 7366 Email: mail@racsel.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 1996 In-House: ABGIJLMNRSUVX Contracted Out: CETWYZ Specialist Group: SFG

Reed M & E Ltd

11 Armada Avenue, Brooklands, Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire MK10 7FG Tel: 01908 380345 Email: emerson@premiair.net Year Joined: 2008 In-House: AIS

Price Building Services Ltd

34 Mollison Drive, Wallington, Surrey SM6 9BY Tel: 020 8255 8777 Email: bob.davies@pricebuilding.com Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2005 In-House: GHSX Priory House, 479 Godstone Road, Whyteleafe, Surrey CR3 0BL Tel: 01883 625838 Email: sam@prioryms.co.uk Web: www.prioryms.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1997 In-House: GHIMOPQRS Contracted Out: ABCDEJLNTUVWYZ

Protocool Ltd

Unit F, Fronds Park, Frouds Lane, Aldermaston, Berkshire RG7 4LH Tel: 0118 971 0559 Email: office@protocool.co.uk Web: www.protocool.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2014 In-House: ABHN Contracted Out: CEI Specialist Group: RACHP

R R & J Building Services Ltd

Shrine Barn, Shrine Farm, Sandling Road, Postling, Hythe, Kent CT21 4HE Tel: 01303 263030 Email: paul@randjbuildservs.co.uk Web: www.randjbuildservs.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2002 In-House: DGHNZ Contracted Out: ABCEFIKLMSTUVWY

R J Stearn Ltd

32 Vincent Avenue, Regent Business Park, Crowhill, Milton Keynes, Bedfordshire MK8 0AB Tel: 0845 034 6420 Email: jason.grant@rjstearn.com Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2002 In-House: ABGIMSVYZ Contracted Out: CDEFKLOTUW

Risby Airconditioning Co Ltd Princes Road, Bourne End, Buckinghamshire SL8 5HZ Tel: 01628 850123 Email: roger@risby.co.uk Web: www.risby.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 1989 In-House: ABGIMNS Contracted Out: CDEFTUVWXYZ Specialist Group: RACHP

M and E House, 135 Red Lion Road, Surbiton, Surrey KT6 7RQ Tel: 020 8397 2161 Email: colin@reedme.org.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1973 In-House: GHMNYZ Contracted Out: ABCDEFILSTUVWX

Risby Air Conditioning Princes Road, Bourne End Bucks SL8 5HZ Tel: 01628 850123 Fax: 01628 850122 Email: info@risby.co.uk Website: www.risby.co.uk

Premiair Ltd

Priory Mechanical Services Ltd Pirbright Electrical Contractors Ltd

Racsel Building Services Ltd

REL Building Services Limited 3 Twelvetrees Business Park Twelevetrees Crescent, London E3 3JQ Tel: 0207 515 5154 Fax: 0207 515 5710 Email: office@rel.uk.com Website: www.relbuildingservices.co.uk

Established over 60 years ago, REL is a family-owned business providing mechanical and electrical packages to clients in the industrial, commercial, leisure, educational, and residential sectors. Our success is based on the same principles that have always guided our business: tailored solutions delivered with a clear emphasis on quality, technical excellence and expert project management, ensuring our clients keep their schemes on programme and within budget.

Risby Air Conditioning is able to provide a complete support package for maintenance or installation of all building engineering services. Established in 1949, we can tailor engineering services support for everything from a single split system to total building facilities management and refurbishment. We are based in Bourne End, Buckinghamshire with easy access to the M4, M40 and M25. We provide 24 hour breakdown cover for contract holders. We are Building and Engineering Services Association members (formerly HVCA), FGas Registered, Gas Safe registered and members of SafeContractor.

Our mechanical services expertise includes:

• Design and install of HVAC systems • Services for commercial, industrial and residential properties • Rainwater harvesting • Air conditioning systems • Heating including CHP biomass boilers • Sprinkler systems • Medical gases • Drainage systems

Rentec Ltd

Unit 3, Broom Business Park, Poole, Dorset BH12 4PA Tel: 01202 717060 Email: paulb@rentec.ltd.uk Web: www.rentec.org.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2010 In-House: GIMNOPZ

Right Management Services Ltd

Ground Floor, The Old Bakery, 10 Back Road, Sidcup, Kent DA14 6HA Tel: 0330 122 7850 Email: frankalaminos@rightmanagementservices.co.uk Web: www.rightmanagementservices.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2002 In-House: GM Contracted Out: X

RME Services Ltd

6 Bourne Mill Business Park, Guildford Road, Farnham, Surrey GU9 9PS Tel: 01252 718024 Email: ncollis@rmeservices.com Web: www.rmeservices.com Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1999 In-House: GHILMNSZ Contracted Out: ABCDEFKTUVWXY Specialist Group: HAPS

Rydon Maintenance Ltd

Unit 14 Quadrant Court, Charles Park, Crossway Business Park, Greenhithe, Kent DA9 9AY Tel: 0845 2692982 Email: jgreen@rydon.co.uk Web: www.rydon.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 1999 In-House: GHMS Contracted Out: ABEQR Specialist Group: SFG

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Scion Technical Services Ltd

S R Industrial Ltd

Unit 42, Longshot Industrial Estate, Bracknell, Berkshire RG12 1RL Tel: 01344 860145 Email: jsoley@srindustrial.co.uk Web: www.srindustrial.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2004 In-House: ABCDEGHIJKLMNSUVZ Contracted Out: TW

Sarum Refrigeration Services Ltd Norton Enterprise Park, Whittle Road, Churchfields Industrial Estate, Salisbury, Wiltshire SP2 7YS Tel: 01722 335072 Email: enquiries@sarumrefrigeration.co.uk Contract Size: 3 Year Joined: 1975 In-House: AB

1 Moorbrook Park, South Mead, Didcot, Oxfordshire OX11 7HP Tel: 01235 517770 Email: stuart.cavanagh@sciongroup.co.uk Web: www.sciongroup.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1999 In-House: EGHIMNOPQRSZ Contracted Out: ABCDLTUVWY Specialist Group: SFG

Scomac Services Ltd

Scomac House, 247 High Street, Aldershot, Hampshire GU12 4NG Tel: 01252 353040 Email: bmcsean@scomac.co.uk Web: www.scomac.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2005 In-House: GHIMNS Contracted Out: ABCDEFJKLRTUVWYZ

SE Plumbing & Heating Ltd

Barn Studios, Parkgate Road, Newdigate, Dorking, Surrey RH5 5AJ Tel: 0800 2465434 Email: Stephen.edwards@seplumbing.co.uk Web: www.seplumbing.co.uk Year Joined: 2015 In-House: GHM Specialist Group: HAPS

Sarum Refrigeration

Units 11/12 Norton Enterprise Park Whittle Road, Churchfields Industrial Estate Salisbury SP2 7YS Tel: 01722 335072 Fax: 01722 334110 Email: enquiries@sarumrefrigeration.co.uk Website: www.sarumrefrigeration.co.uk Welcome Sarum Refrigeration Services Ltd provide comprehensive sales and service support for all aspects of air conditioning, refrigeration, ventilation and extraction installations. From small self-contained units for the home, to factory climate control, our fully qualified team of engineers provide an unparalleled quality of service Company Services Established for over 50 years, Sarum Refrigeration Services Ltd offers the total solution, from straight-forward sales and servicing, up to complete projects, including initial design and installation through to final commissioning. Our tailored packages are designed to suit your needs, with quality assurance and cost always uppermost in our minds.

Saunders Specialised Services Ltd Unit 7, Minster Court, Courtwick Lane, Littlehampton, West Sussex BN17 7RN Tel: 01903 732842 Email: sales@saunders-heating.co.uk Web: www.saunders-heating.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 1988 In-House: ABEGHILMNOPSVZ Contracted Out: CDFTUWXY Specialist Group: SFG

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Seaforth Heating & Cooling 6 Slader Business Park, Witney Road, Poole, Dorset BH18 8AB Tel: 01202 330630 Email: julia@seaforthservices.co.uk Web: www.seaforthservices.co.uk Contract Size: 3 Year Joined: 2015 In-House: ABGHIJMSTVW Contracted Out: EUZ

Servcom Services UK Ltd

Unit 5 Beeding Court Business Park, Shoreham Road, Upper Beeding, Steyning, East Sussex BN44 3TN Tel: 01273 820998 Email: markw@servcomservices.co.uk Contract Size: 3 Year Joined: 2010 In-House: GHIJLMNOPQRSUVWX Contracted Out: ABCDEFKTYZ Specialist Group: SFG

Sharp & Howse Ltd

Osney Mead Industrial Estate, Oxford, Oxfordshire OX2 0ES Tel: 01865 760606 Email: mark.wittet@sharpandhowse.co.uk Web: www.sharpandhowse.com Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1967 In-House: DGHMNOPQRVX Contracted Out: ABCEFIJKLSTUWYZ

ShoreClean Ltd

Millbrook, Horn Lane, Woodmancote, Henfield, West Sussex BN5 9SA Tel: 01273 491726 Email: jon@shore-clean.co.uk Web: www.shore-clean.co.uk Contract Size: 2 Year Joined: 2015 In-House: T Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Simer Environmental Services Ltd

15 Arnside Road, Waterlooville, Hampshire PO7 7UP Tel: 023 9225 8059 Email: m.wood@simer-environmental.co.uk Web: www.simer-environmental.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2012 In-House: ABCEGMNSVZ Contracted Out: LUW Specialist Group: RACHP

Skuddair Ltd

34 Hartley Road, Longfield, Kent DA3 7PP Tel: 01474 709823 Email: john@skuddair.com Web: www.skuddair.com Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2009 In-House: A Specialist Group: RACHP

Smith & Byford Ltd

St Georges House, Station Approach, Cheam, Surrey SM2 7AT Tel: 020 8643 1080 Email: melanie.rowe@smithandbyford.com Web: www.smithandbyford.com Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 2002 In-House: GHMNOPUWZ Specialist Group: SFG

SMS (Southern) Ltd

50a Livingstone Road, Hove, East Sussex BN3 3WL Tel: 01273 204466 Email: nigels@smssouthern.co.uk Web: www.smssouthern.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2011 In-House: GHIMNOPR Contracted Out: ABCDEFJKLSTUVWYZ

SSE Contracting Ltd

Unit 1, Blackwater Trading Estate, Blackwater Way, Aldershot, Hampshire GU12 4DJ Tel: 01252 367198 Email: kevin.holden@ssecontracting.com Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2013 In-House: GHJKLMVXYZ Contracted Out: CDEFINOPQRSTUW Specialist Group: SFG

SSE Contracting Ltd

Southampton Region, Upton Lane, Nursling, Southampton, Hampshire SO16 0XY Tel: 023 8074 7604 Email: graham.cumber@ssecontracting.com Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2013 In-House: ABGHJKMNOPQRSZ Contracted Out: CDEFILTUVWY Specialist Group: SFG

SSH Cleaning

2.2 Central Point, Kirpal Road, Portsmouth, Hampshire PO3 6FH Tel: 023 9283 9114 Email: samwest@thesshgroup.co.uk Web: www.sshcleaning.co.uk Contract Size: 3 Year Joined: 2013 In-House: EST Contracted Out: X Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Stepnell Ltd

Unit 10, Stepnell Reach, Poole, Dorset BH16 5BW Tel: 01202 632324 Email: malcolmk@stepnell.co.uk Web: www.stepnell.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2009 In-House: GHMNOPQR Contracted Out: ABCDEFIJKLSTUVWYZ

Stonegrove Ltd

Unit 3, Boyd Business Centre, Whitewall Road, Medway City Estate, Rochester, Kent ME2 4DZ Tel: 01634 291151 Email: lee@stonegrove.co.uk Web: www.stonegrove.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2002 In-House: ABGHIJMRSTUWZ Contracted Out: CDELNOPQV

System Hygienics Ltd

Chaucer Industrial Estate, Dittons Road, Polegate, East Sussex BN26 6JF Tel: 01323 481170 Email: steveliddiard@systemhygienics.co.uk Web: www.systemhygienics.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 1993 In-House: EFTV Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

T T K Installations

151 Lewes Road, Brighton & Hove BN2 3LG Tel: 01273 692100 Email: info@tkinstallations.co.uk Web: www.tkinstallations.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2016 In-House: EGHIJLSUYZ Contracted Out: ABCKTW Specialist Group: DWG

Team Q Maintenance Ltd

Collier House, Mead Lane, Hertford, Hertfordshire SG13 7AX Tel: 01992 507320 Email: robert.lynch@teamq.co.uk Web: www.teamq.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1992 In-House: ABGHJLMNRSXZ Contracted Out: CDEFIOPQTUWY Specialist Group: SFG

Technicool Air Conditioning Ltd

Unit A Redlands, Ulllswater Industrial Estate, Coulsdon, Surrey CR5 2HT Tel: 020 8668 6108 Email: colin@tec.uk.net Web: www.tec.uk.net Contract Size: 3 Year Joined: 2006 In-House: ABEFGHJKLNTVZ Contracted Out: CDIMUWXY Specialist Group: RACHP

Tecmaster

Dillywood Garden Centre, Dillywood Lane, Higham, Kent ME3 7NT Tel: 01634 733212 Email: natalie@tecmaster.co.uk Web: www.tecmaster.co.uk Year Joined: 2015 In-House: T Specialist Group: SFG

Tecomak Environmental Services Ltd Unit 3b, Valley Industries, Hadlow Road, Tonbridge, Kent TN11 0AH Tel: 01732 852250 Email: tristan@tecomak.com Web: www.tecomak.com Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2003 In-House: DEFV Contracted Out: ACT

Thorley Environmental Systems Ltd 11 Harold Close, The Pinnacles, Harlow, Essex CM19 5TH Tel: 01279 431400 Email: sales@tesltd.org Web: www.tesltd.org Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1997 In-House: ABCEFGILMNSUWYZ Contracted Out: DT Specialist Group: RACHP


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Universal Maintenance Contracts Ltd 54 Cobham Road, Ferndown Industrial Estate, Wimborne, Dorset BH21 7QQ Tel: 01202 891772 Email: info@umc-ac.com Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2010 In-House: ABHS

TRS Ltd

Unit 2, Swan Business Park Sandpit Road, Dartford Kent DA1 5ED Tel: 0845 224 9000 Fax: 0845 224 9001 Email: john.kilgannon@trs.ltd.uk Website: www.trs.ltd.uk TRS operates in the Facilities Management, Construction and Rail sectors. The company was established in 1980. Whether it’s installing an LED lighting system, energy efficient boilers or air conditioning systems, we have the in-house resources to design, install, maintain and repair all mechanical and electrical building services. Working in a broad spectrum of industries that includes commercial property, health, rail, manufacturing, leisure, local and central government has given us a unique insight into the requirements of the diverse range of sectors we operate in.

TSG Projects Ltd

V Vantage Industrial Cleaning

Marjory House, Church Walk, Caterham, Surrey CR3 6RT Tel: 0845 263 7975 Email: admin@thedeepcleaningcompany.com Web: www.thedeepcleaningcompany.com Year Joined: 2015 In-House: ST

Vear M & E Services Ltd

Unit 3, Mayflower Close, Chandlers Ford, Eastleigh, Hampshire SO53 4AR Tel: 023 8025 2931 Email: james@vearmande.co.uk Web: www.vearbuilding.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1996 In-House: ACHINQRSYZ Contracted Out: BELMTUVW Specialist Group: RACHP

Ventilation Hygiene Solutions (UK) Ltd 2 Kilford Court, Botley, Southampton, Hampshire SO30 2TN Tel: 023 8115 7386 Email: gary@vhsuk.com Year Joined: 2015 In-House: FTV Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Unit 1, 28 Black Moor Road, Ebblake Ind'l Estate, Verwood, Dorset BH31 6BB Tel: 01202 237998 Email: tony@technicalservicesgroup.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2007 In-House: ABCDEGHIMNOSTUVZ Contracted Out: FJKLWXY Specialist Group: RACHP

U Uniheat (Oxford) Ltd

33 Stockmore Street, Oxford, Oxfordshire OX4 1JT Tel: 01865 242708 Email: neilhonour@uniheatoxford.co.uk Web: www.uniheatoxford.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 1980 In-House: GHILMNV Contracted Out: W Specialist Group: HAPS

United Refrigeration Southern Ltd

Suite 11, 8-9 Rodney Road, Portsmouth, Hampshire PO4 8BF Tel: 023 9281 4774 Email: richard.peskett@unitedrefrigeration.co.uk Web: www.unitedrefrigeration.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2009 In-House: ABIN Contracted Out: X Specialist Group: RACHP

Eagle Close, Chandlers Ford Industrial Estate, Eastleigh, Hampshire SO53 4NF Tel: 0844 815 6060 Email: info@ves.co.uk Web: www.ves.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2007 In-House: ABCEFGIJNSTUVZ Contracted Out: DX Specialist Group: SFG

W W M Refrigeration Ltd

26 Stanton Harcourt Industrial Estate, Stanton Harcourt, Oxfordshire OX29 5UX Tel: 01865 884333 Email: jason@wmaircon.co.uk Web: www.wmaircon.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2001 In-House: AINV Contracted Out: CH

Warburton Building Services Ltd Chandler House, Cumnor Road, Farmoor, Oxford, Oxfordshire OX2 9NS Tel: 01865 864040 Email: james@warburton.co.uk Web: www.warburton.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1980 In-House: GHIMNOPSVZ Contracted Out: ABCDEFJKLQRTUWY Specialist Group: HAPS

Watford Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Ltd

Wiggenhall Industrial Estate, Watford, Hertfordshire WD18 0FT Tel: 01923 227726 Email: alex.oliver@watref.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 1994 In-House: ABNS Contracted Out: X Specialist Group: RACHP

Watkins Mechanical Ltd

Tugwell Heating Co Ltd

Guildford Road, Bucks Green, Rudgwick, West Sussex RH12 3JF Tel: 01403 823 111 Email: rogerbrowning@tugwellheating.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1978 In-House: GHM Contracted Out: ACDLNUVWX

VES Andover Ltd

Vertex Services Group Ltd 21, Oakwood Hill Industrial Estate Loughton, Essex IG10 3TZ Tel: 0208 508 8420 Fax: 0208 508 6435 Email: info@vertexltd.co.uk Website: www.vertexltd.co.uk

Independently-owned, Vertex Services Group was established in 2005 to provide broad-based, value-for-money building services, FM and energy utilisation expertise. Clients range from blue chip, ‘City’ corporates to local organisations in the commercial, retail, industrial and public sectors. Vertex is typically contracted to maintain one, a bundle, or all of the building services disciplines for a site or group of sites using mobile and site-based engineers. Additionally the business designs, installs and commissions to meet new, or upgrade, building services requirements and many building fabric needs.

Leigh Road, Haine Industrial Estate, Ramsgate, Kent CT12 5EU Tel: 01843 852277 Email: tony.murphy@watkins-group.co.uk Web: www.watkins.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2009 In-House: ADEGHIMOPQRSVZ Contracted Out: CFKLTUWXY

Watret & Co Ltd

65-67, Park Street, St Albans, Hertfordshire AL2 2PE Tel: 01727 873765 Email: davidd@watret.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2009 In-House: GHMP Specialist Group: HAPS

Weldatube Mechanical Services Ltd

187 Edward Place, Deptford London SE8 5HD Tel: 0208 692 9650 & 0208 691 5875 Fax: 0208 469 2631 Email: keepingcool@btopenworld.com Website: www.keepingcool.co.uk We are a family owned business ideally situated in South East London adjacent to our workshop and manufacturing facility. We can provide a complete service from project inception to practical completion, undertaking mechanical, electrical, refrigeration and capital plant replacement projects up to £1 million in value throughout London and the Home Counties. We design and manufacture bespoke ventilation solutions including stainless steel extract canopies. We are accredited Mitsubishi Electric installers, but supply and install Daikin, Toshiba and other manufacturers equipment with the same skill and care, ensuring a high quality installation with minimal impact on Clients and end-users.

Wessex Building Services Ltd Rosewood House, Wincombe Lane, Shaftesbury, Dorset SP7 8PJ Tel: 01747 858866 Email: mike.wood@wessex.org Web: www.wessex.org Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2002 In-House: GIMNOPQRYZ Contracted Out: CDELVWX Specialist Group: SFG

Wessex Electricals (Shaftesbury) Ltd

Wessex House, Wincombe Lane, Shaftesbury, Dorset SP7 8PJ Tel: 01747 852878 Email: tom.chandler@wessex.org Web: www.wessex.org Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2009 In-House: ABFGHMOPSTVZ Contracted Out: NWX

Wing's Technical Services Ltd

Unit 3, Glenmore Business Park, Aerodrome Road, Gosport, Hampshire PO13 0FJ Tel: 01329 282888 Email: shirley@wings-technical.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2000 In-House: EGILMNSVXYZ Contracted Out: ABCFKOPQRTUW Specialist Group: HAPS, SFG

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& WEST OF ENGLAND Regional Manager: Steve Smith 4 Church Road, Thornbury, South Gloucestershire BS35 1EJ Tel: 01454 414442 Email: steven.smith@thebesa.com

BESA provides a free online search service (www.thebesa.com/find-a-besa-member) designed to make it easy and quick to find BESA member(s) that you require to deliver heating, ventilating, ductwork, facilities management, refrigeration, air conditioning, commissioning and maintenance services. The service allows users to search for a BESA member by radius (distance from the project site) and by region: most BESA members are willing to work outside their geographic location and will welcome your enquiry.

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Ace General Engineering (Cornwall) Ltd

A & H Duct Cleaning Services

51 Church View Road, Probus, Truro, Cornwall TR2 4JH Tel: 01726 884171 Email: ahductcleaningservices@btinternet.com Web: www.ductcleaningcornwall.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2016 In-House: CDEHT Contracted Out: AK Specialist Group: DWG, VHB

Quarry Park Road, Newquay, Cornwall TR7 2NY Tel: 01637 873324 Email: dave@aceeng.co.uk Web: www.aceeng.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 1995 In-House: CEI Contracted Out: DT

Air Improve Ltd

Unit 93 Christian Mill Business Park, Tamerton Foliot Road, Crown Hill, Plymouth, Devon PL6 5BS Tel: 01752 769000 Email: jeremylant@airimprove.ltd.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2001 In-House: ABEINV Contracted Out: CT Specialist Group: RACHP

Air Management Solutions Ltd 1 3 5 7

Up to £25k Up to £100k Up to £500k Up to £10m

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Up to £50k Up to £250k Up to £1m £10m and above

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Air conditioning Refrigeration / F Gas Ductwork - Sheet metal Ductwork - Plastics Local exhaust & Kitchen ventilation Indoor air quality Commercial heating & plumbing Domestic heating, plumbing, service & maintenance I Design & build J Pipework K Offsite prefabricated pipework / plant room L Underfloor heating M Commercial / industrial gas fitting N Renewable energy - Heat pumps O Renewable energy - Solar photovoltaics P Renewable energy - Solar thermal Q Renewable energy - Wind R Renewable energy - Biomass CHP S Facilities services & maintenance T Ductwork cleaning & vent hygiene U Automatic control systems V Commissioning / performance testing W Water treatment X Lloyds class 1 welding Y Fire protection engineering Z Electrical contracting

SFG Service & Facilities Group RACHP Refrigeration, Air Conditioning & Heat Pump Group HAPS Heating & Plumbing Services Group DWG Ductwork Group VHB Ventilation Hygiene Branch

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Accolade Building Services Ltd New House, 154 Christchurch Road, Ringwood, Hampshire BH24 3AP Tel: 01425 477777 Fax: 01425 474400 Email: first@absme.co.uk Website: www.absme.co.uk

A Dynamic Mechanical & Electrical Contractor, specialising in Design and Contracting of full M&E services. Full in-house Estimating, Design, Cad, and Contracting departments undertaking Design and Installation for both Main Contractor and End User clients. Our customer satisfaction is our “ACCOLADE”

Units 1 & 2, The Old Gas Works, Chuley Road, Ashburton, Devon TQ13 7DH Tel: 01364 652570 Email: scrockford@airms.co.uk Web: www.airms.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2007 In-House: ABEINST Contracted Out: CFGHLMUVWZ Specialist Group: RACHP

Alan Manchip Electrical

Inwood Farm, Nether Stowey, Bridgwater, Somerset TA5 1HY Tel: 01278 733536 Email: paul@alanmanchip.co.uk Web: www.alanmanchip.co.uk Contract Size: 2 Year Joined: 2011 In-House: ABDEHILOUZ Contracted Out: CFGNTY Specialist Group: RACHP

Amark Pipe Services Ltd

Unit 4a, Easton in Gordano, Bristol BS20 0NH Tel: 07748 705597 Email: amark1@hotmail.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2008 In-House: GJKM

Aquatonics UK Ltd

Office 2, Dean House, Dean Road, Avonmouth, Bristol BS11 8AT Tel: 0117 982 5008 Email: kevin@aquatonics.co.uk Web: www.aquatonics.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2014 In-House: GJKMSW Specialist Group: HAPS

Aquatonics (UK) Ltd

Office 2, Dean House, Dean Road, Avonmouth, Bristol BS11 8AT Tel: 0117 982 5008 Email: enquiries@aquatonics.co.uk Website: www.aquatonics.co.uk Elite specialists in Mechanical Engineering & Pipework Services. We can manage your mechanical contracts from start to finish. We deliver complete projects, supply labour, materials, site management and design where required. We produce a quality installation whilst still managing cost & program completion. We also offer post contract maintenance contracts. We employ Plumbers,Pipe Fitters and Gas Fitters in vehicles, which enable us to be re-active as well as pro-active. Through our contacts we also offer Electrical work, Ductwork and Thermal Insulation. We work predominantly in the South West but will always consider work further afield.

Austin (Heating & Air Conditioning) Ltd The Old Dairy, 59 Radnor Street, Swindon, Wiltshire SN1 3PS Tel: 01793 536871 Email: clare@austinheat.com Web: www.austinheat.com Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 1979 In-House: GHILMNOPRUV Contracted Out: ABWZ Specialist Group: HAPS, RACHP


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B B & H Plumbing & Heating Services Ltd Unit 1 Hill View, Stockwood Vale, Keynsham, Bristol BS31 2AR Tel: 0117 986 7773 Email: lee@bhplumbing.co.uk Web: www.bhplumbing.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2008 In-House: HIJ

B & P Buswell Ltd

Compton Barn, Compton, Paignton, Devon TQ3 1TA Tel: 01803 872717 Email: nigel@buswells.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2002 In-House: GHIJLMOPRSUW Contracted Out: ABCDENTVZ Specialist Group: SFG

Balfour Beatty Engineering Services Ltd

Britchards Ltd

Unit 26 Venture Twenty, Brympton Way, Lynx Trading Estate, Yeovil, Somerset BA20 2HP Tel: 01935 412244 Email: Richard.Butt@britchards.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2012 In-House: GHIMNOPSV Contracted Out: ABDELWZ Specialist Group: HAPS

Brothwell Irvine Ltd

Britannia Works, Magdalene Road, Torquay, Devon TQ1 4AF Tel: 01803 298028 Email: declan@bibse.co.uk Web: www.bibse.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2005 In-House: GHILMNS Contracted Out: ABCDEFOPQRTUVWXYZ

C 130 Aztec, Aztec West, Bristol BS32 4UB Tel: 01454 629666 Email: dan.knight@cbre.com Web: www.norlandmanagedservices.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 1985 In-House: ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ Specialist Group: SFG

Bestaire Conditioning Ltd

Chiller Technical Solutions Ltd

Unit 2, Wessex Business Centre, Wedmore Road, Cheddar, Somerset BS27 3EJ Tel: 01934 741174 Email: mike@bestaire.co.uk Web: www.bestaire.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2007 In-House: ABIN

24 Westcourt Drive, Oldland, Bristol BS30 9RU Tel: 0117 932 1992 Email: mark.shail@chiller-ts.co.uk Web: www.chiller-ts.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2002 In-House: ABNS Contracted Out: CGIMTVX

Bilfinger Europa Facility Management Ltd

Clancy Building Services Ltd

Booth & Bomford (Evesham) Ltd

Unit 2, Mead Park Industrial Estate, Mead Road, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire GL53 7EF Tel: 01242 588220 Email: richardcotterell@boothbomford.co.uk Web: www.boothbomford.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1969 In-House: DEGHIJMORSVZ Contracted Out: ABCFLNTUWXY Specialist Group: HAPS

Briggs & Forrester Engineering Services Ltd Willcock House, Southway Drive, Warmley, Bristol BS30 5LW Tel: 0117 959 5930 Email: nigel.dawson@briggs.uk.com Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 1961 In-House: GIJMNOPQRVZ Contracted Out: ABCDEFLSTUWXY

1 Cannon Road, Heathfield Industrial Estate, Newton Abbot, Devon TQ12 6SH Tel: 01626 203686 Email: sales@climaticengineering.co.uk Web: www.climaticengineering.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2001 In-House: ABEGHIJMSVZ Contracted Out: CDOPT

CMB Bristol Ltd

Unit 7a St Martins's Industrial Park, Moorend Farm Avenue, Avonmouth, Bristol BS11 0RS Tel: 0117 982 3890 Email: anorris@cmbeng.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2007 In-House: GJKMOPQRV Contracted Out: ACDEILUWXYZ

Cooks Plumbing & Heating Ltd

Stratton House, 39 Cater Road, Bishopsworth, Bristol BS13 7UH Tel: 0117 983 2000 Email: michael.lealan@balfourbeatty.com Web: www.balfourbeatty.com Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2009 In-House: GIJMNOPQRXZ Contracted Out: ABCDELSTUVWY Specialist Group: DWG, SFG

Transfer House, 14-16 Dixon Road, Brislington Trading Estate, Bristol BS4 5QW Tel: 0117 972 5791 Email: paul.witter@bilfinger.com Year Joined: 2007 In-House: ABGMNSUZ Contracted Out: TVWY Specialist Group: SFG

Climatic Engineering Ltd

CBRE Managed Services Ltd

Unit 1, Llanthony Business Park, Llanthony Road, Gloucester, Gloucestershire GL2 5QT Tel: 01452 530090 Email: john@clancybuilders.co.uk Contract Size: 1 Year Joined: 2012 In-House: ET Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Cleaning Concerns

19 St Pauls Road, Plainmoor, Torquay, Devon TQ1 3QD Tel: 0180 3324023 Email: cleaningconcerns@hotmail.co.uk Contract Size: 3 Year Joined: 2012 In-House: ET Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Clearwater Technology Ltd

1200 Aztec West Business Park, Almondsbury, Bristol BS32 4SH Tel: 01454 612000 Email: lucy.williams@clearwater.eu.com Web: www.clearwater.eu.com Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2000 In-House: FTVW Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

The Workshop, Lemon Place (rear of 101 Queen Street), Newton Abbot, Devon TQ12 2BD Tel: 01626 332233 Email: chris@cooksenergy.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2006 In-House: FGHILMRVW Contracted Out: NOPQ Specialist Group: HAPS

Cool-Therm (Holdings) Ltd

Unit 5 Trubody's Business Park, London Road, Bridgeyate, Bristol BS30 5NA Tel: 0117 961 0006 Email: rob.young@cooltherm.co.uk Web: www.cooltherm.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2011 In-House: ABGINV Specialist Group: RACHP

Cool-Therm (UK) Ltd

Unit 5 Trubody's Yard, 121 London Road, Bridgeyate, Bristol BS30 5NA Tel: 0117 961 0006 Email: rob.young@cooltherm.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2013 In-House: ABIJKNUVW Contracted Out: CDX Specialist Group: RACHP

D Dancold

24 Honiton Road, Exeter, Devon EX1 3ED Tel: 01392 757499 Email: info@dancold.co.uk Web: www.dancold.co.uk Contract Size: 2 Year Joined: 2011 In-House: ABNV Contracted Out: CDE Specialist Group: RACHP

Design Installation Service Ltd Gainsborough House, 42-44 Bath Road, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire GL53 7HJ Tel: 01242 533120 Email: mgore@dis-ltd.co.uk Web: www.disgroup.com Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1977 In-House: CGILMNXY Contracted Out: ABOPQRUV

E E J Heating & Eng Co Ltd

37 Grove Road, Fishponds, Bristol BS16 2BJ Tel: 0117 965 3703 Email: malcolm@ejheating.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1969 In-House: EGHIMQ Contracted Out: ACLUWZ

ECG Facilities Services

Satellite House, Satellite Business Park, Crews Hole Road, Bristol BS5 8AG Tel: 01698 828778 Email: facilities@ecg-maint.com Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2009 In-House: ABGHMNSWZ Contracted Out: CDEILTUVY Specialist Group: SFG

Electrical Contracting Services (SW) Ltd 65 Sisna Park Road, Estover, Plymouth, Devon PL6 7AE Tel: 01752 696777 Email: paul.howe@ecs-sw.com Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2008 In-House: CDEGHIJLMNOPVYZ Contracted Out: ABFKQRTUW

ENGIE FM Ltd

Bristol Branch, Anglo Office Park, Hollybrook Estate, Clarence Road, Bristol BS15 1PB Tel: 0117 907 2918 Email: james.davies@cofely-gdfsuez.com Year Joined: 2007 In-House: ABS Specialist Group: RACHP, SFG

Envira-Mech Services Ltd

Unit B, Yeo Bank Business Park, Kenn Road, Clevedon, Somerset BS21 6TH Tel: 01275 877146 Email: terry@envira-mech.co.uk Web: www.envira-mech.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2009 In-House: ABGHIJMNSZ Contracted Out: CDELTUVWY Specialist Group: RACHP

Euroflo Group Ltd

Unit 3b Greystoke Business Centre, High Street, Portishead, Bristol BS20 6PY Tel: 01275 819106 Email: euroflo.eng@btconnect.com Web: www.euroflogroup.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2010 In-House: VW Specialist Group: SFG

F F P Hurley & Sons Ltd

Kestrel Court, Harbour Road, Portishead, Bristol BS20 7AN Tel: 01275 390428 Email: adrianh@fphurley.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1951 In-House: CFGHIKMPSX Contracted Out: ABDENOQRTUVYZ

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Intoheat Ltd

Hesflo (Installations) Ltd

F P Hurley & Sons Ltd

Queens Road, Bridgend Industrial Estate Bridgend, Bridgend County CF31 3UT Tel: 01656 661151 Fax: 01656 645477 Email: bridgend@fphurley.co.uk Web: www.fphurley.co.uk We are a forward thinking customer focused business, delivering Mechanical and Plumbing installations to a wide range of industrial and commercial premises throughout the UK. We offer a high quality installation through skilled tradesmen which allows projects to be completed to the highest standards. This ensures that the majority of our work is through repeat business and recommendations. We are continuing to expand our business throughout the UK, in a planned manner and with the delivery of successful projects and customer satisfaction as the forefront of our philosophy.

6 Dial Lane, Downend, Bristol BS16 5UH Tel: 0117 970 1930 Email: design@hesflo.co.uk Web: www.hesflo.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2001 In-House: ABI Contracted Out: GMVX Specialist Group: RACHP

Hewer Facilities Management Ltd Unit G1 The Aquarius Centre, Edison Close, Waterwells, Quedgeley, Gloucester, Gloucestershire GL2 2FN Tel: 01452 525854 Email: simon.hewer@hewerfm.co.uk Web: www.hewerfm.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1991 In-House: FHIJLSUYZ Contracted Out: ACENOPRTVWX Specialist Group: SFG

Hughes Mechanical Services Ltd 37 Wonford Road, Exeter, Devon TQ2 4PQ Tel: 07812 608637 Email: dan.hughesms@yahoo.co.uk Year Joined: 2015 In-House: GH Specialist Group: RACHP

G T Building Services Ltd

Unit B1, Bath Bridge Business Park, Bath Road, Bridgwater, Somerset TA6 4SZ Tel: 01278 455266 Email: gary@gtbs.co.uk Web: www.gtbs.co.uk Contract Size: 3 Year Joined: 1999 In-House: ABGHMRSUV Contracted Out: CITX Specialist Group: SFG

GCSC (SW) Ltd

5 Three Corners Close, Camelford PL32 9QB Tel: 01840 211179 Email: gcscsw@btopenworld.com Web: www.gcscsw.co.uk Year Joined: 2012 In-House: ST Specialist Group: VHB

Green Man Environmental Services Ltd

Unit 8, Ledbury Road Trading Estate, Ledbury, Gloucestershire HR8 2DJ Tel: 01531 633989 Email: paul.boon@greenmangroup.org Web: www.greenmangroup.org Contract Size: 3 Year Joined: 2011 In-House: ABGHJKMNOPSUVZ Specialist Group: RACHP

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Intoheat Ltd

Unit 6 & 7, Short Way, Thornbury Industrial Estate, Thornbury, Gloucestershire BS35 3UT Tel: 01454 414540 Email: craig.timbrell@intoheat.co.uk Web: www.intoheat.co.uk/ Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1989 In-House: AINOPRSZ Contracted Out: GLMTUWXY

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Stratford House, Waterbridge Court, Matford Park Road, Exeter, Devon EX2 8EX Tel: 01392 279354 Email: david@ijcannings.co.uk Web: www.ijcannings.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2001 In-House: AEFGHIJLMNSVWYZ Contracted Out: CDKU Specialist Group: RACHP

Ian Hobbs Technical Services Ltd Unit 8, Charlton Business Park, Westfield Industrial Estate, Radstock, Bath, Somerset BA3 4BE Tel: 01761 414356 Email: ian@ianhobbs.com Web: www.ianhobbs.com Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1991 In-House: ABCDEFGIJKLMNOPSUYZ Contracted Out: TWX Specialist Group: RACHP

Integral UK Ltd

1290 Aztec West, Almondsbury, Bristol BS32 4SG Tel: 01454 278900 Email: paul.salmons@integral.co.uk Web: www.integral.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2005 In-House: ABGHKMNSYZ Contracted Out: CDEFIJLOPQRTUVWX Specialist Group: RACHP, SFG

Integral UK Ltd

Unit 8 Blenheim Court, Lustleigh Close, Matford Business Park, Exeter, Devon EX2 8PW Tel: 01392 825980 Email: vince.davies@integral.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1997 In-House: ABGHKMNSYZ Contracted Out: CDEFIJLOPQRTUVWX Specialist Group: SFG

L Linaker Ltd

Cribbs Business Centre, Hollywood Tower Mansion, Hollywood Lane, Cribbs Causeway, Bristol BS10 7TW Tel: 0117 959 3245 Email: info@linaker.com Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1997 In-House: ABGHLMNSUZ Contracted Out: FTVWXY Specialist Group: SFG

Lorne Stewart PLC

The Old Packing Shed, Barncoose, Gwennnap, Nr Redruth, Cornwall TR16 6BJ Tel: 01209 860 199 Email: peter.phillis@lornestewart.co.uk Web: www.lornesteart.com Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 1988 In-House: CDGHJKMNOPQRZ Contracted Out: ABEFILSTUVWY Specialist Group: SFG

J P Services (SW) Ltd

Unit 7, Kenn Court Business Park, Roman Farm Road, Hengrove, Bristol BS4 1UL Tel: 0117 964 2640 Email: enq@jpssw.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1999 In-House: EGHIJKMS Contracted Out: ABCDFLNTUVWYZ

Jasun Envirocare PLC

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Unit 56 Base Point Business Centre, Yeoford Way, Marsh Barton Trading Estate, Exeter, Devon EX2 8LB Tel: 01392 826180 Email: exeter@intoheat.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1989 In-House: ABGHJLMNRZ Contracted Out: CEIKOPTUVWXY

Riverside House, Parrett Way, Colley Lane Industrial Estate, Bridgwater, Somerset TA6 5LB Tel: 01278 452277 Email: shaun.doran@jfilters.com Web: www.envirocare-services.com Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2001 In-House: EFTW Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

JCW Energy Services Ltd

18 Osprey Court, Hawkfield Buiness Park, Hawkfield Way, Bristol BS14 0BB Tel: 07860 951447 Email: john.burgoyne@jcwes.com Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2014 In-House: ABGHIJLMNSUVYZ Contracted Out: CDEFKOPQRTWX Specialist Group: RACHP

Just Air Conditioning Ltd

PO Box 1927, Bristol, Bristol BS37 0AW Tel: 0845 8945077 Email: wayne@justairconditioning.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2011 In-House: ABINS Contracted Out: CDETUVXZ Specialist Group: RACHP

K Keyplan Engineering Ltd

764-766 Fishponds Road, Fishponds, Bristol BS16 3UA Tel: 0117 965 9461 Email: r.iles@keyplaneng.co.uk Web: www.keyplaneng.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1991 In-House: ABGHIKMN Contracted Out: CDEFJLOPQRSTUVWYZ Specialist Group: RACHP

Lorne Stewart PLC

Unit C4, Linhaty Business Park, Ashburton, Newton Abbot, Devon TQ13 7UP Tel: 01364 654477 Email: peter.bastin@lornestewart.co.uk Web: www.lornestewart.com Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 1988 In-House: ABEGHIJMNOPRSUVYZ Contracted Out: CDLTW Specialist Group: SFG

Lorne Stewart PLC

Unit 4, Linhay Business Park, Ashburton, Newton Abbot, Devon TQ13 7UP Tel: 01364 654477 Email: peter.phillis@lornestewart.co.uk Web: www.lornestewart.com Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 1988 In-House: CDGHIJKMNOPQRZ Contracted Out: ABEFLSTUVWY Specialist Group: SFG

Lorne Stewart PLC

Kenton Road, Harrow, London HA3 9TU Tel: 01476 571857 Email: peter.bastin@lornestewart.co.uk Web: www.lornestewart.com Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 1988 In-House: FGHIJKMNOPQRUVWXZ Contracted Out: ABCDELSTY Specialist Group: SFG

Lorne Stewart Services

Lorne Stewart Services, 1 Broad Walk, Knowle, Bristol BS4 2QT Tel: 0117 972 4262 Email: ashley.malkin@lornestewart.com Web: www.lornestewart.com Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1988 In-House: ABENS Contracted Out: W Specialist Group: SFG

M MacWhirter Western Ltd

Unit 2, Chatto Road Industrial Estate, Chatto Road, Torquay, Devon TQ1 4UE Tel: 01803 314566 Email: cool@mac-western.co.uk Web: www.macwhirter.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 1976 In-House: ABINSV Specialist Group: RACHP


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Mannings Facilities Management Ltd

Unit 1, Offices 5, 6, 7, Tower Lane Business Park, Tower Lane, Warmley, Bristol BS30 8XT Tel: 0844 9801944 Email: rob.chamberlain@mfmgroup.co.uk Web: www.mfmgroup.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1995 In-House: ABGHIJMNOPQRSZ Contracted Out: CDEKLTUVWY Specialist Group: RACHP, SFG

Mechanical Engineering Services (Avon) Ltd Unit 9J Kingswood Industrial Estate, Kingswood Industrial Estate, Longwell Green, Bristol, Gloucestershire BS30 7DA Tel: 0117 941 1021 Email: a.stone@mes-avon.co.uk Web: www.mes-avon.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1994 In-House: ABGHIJKLMNRSUVZ Contracted Out: CDEFOPTWX Specialist Group: SFG

Mike Couling Pipework & Engineering Services

Cross Tree House, High Street, Kempsford, Fairford, Gloucestershire GL7 4EU Tel: 01285 810456 Email: michaelcouling@icloud.com Contract Size: 3 Year Joined: 1991 In-House: CDEGHILMOPQRVW Specialist Group: HAPS

Mitchellâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s (Gloucester) Limited 88 Bristol Road, Gloucester Gloucestershire GL1 5XA Tel: 01452 302206 Fax: 01452 302106 Email: info@mitchells-glos.co.uk Website: www.mitchells-glos.co.uk

We are a forward thinking customer focussed business delivering building services solutions to a diverse client base operating within predominantly commercial and industrial premises. We offer supply and installation of new systems for air conditioning, refrigeration, mechanical, electrical, heating and plumbing works utilising our own design and installation staff. We can offer service and maintenance packages across the full spectrum of services offered and provide full facilities management contracts to numerous client sites. Our client base is varied and includes blue chip companies, local government departments, NHS trusts and small and medium end user enterprises. We are accredited members NICEIC, ECA, SafeContractor, CHAS, EXOR, REFCOM, Gas Safe & Oftec.

Mitchell's (Gloucester) Ltd

88 Bristol Road, Gloucester, Gloucestershire GL1 5XA Tel: 01452 302206 Email: garrion.leeds@mitchells-glos.co.uk Web: www.mitchells-glos.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 1982 In-House: ABEGHIJLMNSUVZ Contracted Out: CTW Specialist Group: RACHP, SFG

MITIE Technical Facilities Management Ltd

5 Hanover Court, Manston Close, Matford Business Park, Exeter, Devon EX2 8PF Tel: 01392 829202 Email: philippe.fendler@mitie.com Year Joined: 1998 In-House: AGIMNOPQRSV Contracted Out: BCDEHJLTUWXYZ Specialist Group: SFG

N N G Bailey Ltd

Causeway House, Lodge Causeway, Fishponds, Bristol BS16 3HE Tel: 0117 965 5271 Email: oliver.shadbolt@ngbailey.co.uk Web: www.ngbailey.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 1983 In-House: GIJKMOPRSUVXZ Contracted Out: CDEFHLTWY

Narbeths Mechanical Services Ltd

49 Main Avenue, Brackla Industrial Estate, Bridgend, Glamorgan CF31 2AZ Tel: 01656 669980 Fax: 01656 669995 Email: glen@narbeths.com Website: www.narbeths.com

Neptune Building Services Ltd

Meadow House, 12 Sabre Close, Green Farm, Quedgeley, Gloucester, Gloucestershire GL2 4NZ Tel: 01452 429820 Email: mail@neptunebs.co.uk Web: www.neptunebs.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1986 In-House: ABEGHIJKMNOVZ Contracted Out: CDLPRTUWY Specialist Group: HAPS, SFG

Newquay Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Ltd

Unit 13, Moorland Road Industrial Park, Indian Queens, St Columb, Cornwall TR9 6FB Tel: 01726 860799 Email: info@newquayrefrigeration.co.uk Web: www.newquayrefrigeration.co.uk Contract Size: 3 Year Joined: 1994 In-House: ABN Specialist Group: RACHP

Nuttall

Trym Lodge, 1 Henbury Rd, Bristol BS9 3HQ Tel: 0117 959 6432 Email: howard.nuttall@nuttall-engineering.com Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2011 In-House: IOPQR Contracted Out: ABFGJKLMNSTUVWYZ

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Priddy Engineering Services Ltd

Octagon Heating Services Ltd

91 High Street, Staple Hill, Bristol BS16 5HE Tel: 0117 957 5557 Email: julian@ohsservices.co.uk Web: www.ohsservices.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2008 In-House: DGHIMNRSV Contracted Out: ABCEFJKLOPQTUWXYZ Specialist Group: HAPS

1st Floor, Central House, Central Trading Estate, 101 Pertherton Road, Bristol BS14 9BZ Tel: 0117 370 2600 Email: andrew.blunsdon@priddy.uk.com Web: www.priddyengineering.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2010 In-House: GIJMOPQZ Contracted Out: ABCDEKLNSTUVW Specialist Group: DWG, HAPS

Overclean Ltd

2 Flightway Business Park, Dunkeswell, Honiton, Devon EX14 4RD Tel: 01404 41333 Email: bl@overclean.co.uk Web: www.overclean.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 1996 In-House: ESTV Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

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Priddy Engineering Services Limited

101 Central House, Central Trading Estate, Petherton Road, Bristol BS14 9BZ Tel: 0117 370 2600 Email: enquiries@priddy.uk.com Website: www.priddy.uk.com We design, install, commission and maintain all types of M&E building services and systems. With an in house core competency which works collaboratively with our supply chain for specialist services.

PowerNaturally Ltd

6 Telford Road Ferndown Industrial Estate Ferndown, Dorset BH21 7QL Tel: 01202 855804 Fax: 01202 894695 Email: sales@powernaturally.co.uk Website: www.powernaturally.co.uk PowerNaturally is an MCS approved installer of ASHP, GSHP, Solar Thermal and Solar PV products. We offer a complete package from design to commissioning as well as working with partner installers. We are members of RECC, BESA and the GSHP Association, providing full confidence to our customers on the quality of the work we undertake. We are approved partner installers for Mitsubishi, Daikin and Danfoss / Thermia, all market leading manufacturers with the back up of long term warranties. Our work includes projects from large 5 star hotels, multiple apartment blocks, commercial offices and community projects, through to individual homes.

Price TWA

Unit 1, Smiths Forge Industrial Estate, North End Road, Yatton, Bristol BS49 4AU Tel: 01934 835900 Email: sales@pricetwa.co.uk Web: www.pricetwa.co.uk Year Joined: 2015 In-House: ACISU Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Our services span everything from full project design and installation to long term maintenance. A single point for all building services engineering solutions. We serve a diverse client base in all sectors including; schools, colleges and universities, hospitals and health care, housing, commercial office developments, industrial and manufacturing businesses among other private and public sector organisations.

Priddy Engineering (SW) Ltd

Southcroft Studio, Town Lane, Woodbury EX5 1NH Tel: 01395 233443 Email: exeter@priddy.uk.com Web: www.priddy.uk.com Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2015 In-House: I Contracted Out: ABGJM Specialist Group: RACHP

Project Heating Co Ltd

Unit 4, Norman Court, Budlake Road, Marsh Barton Trading Estate, Exeter, Devon EX2 8PY Tel: 01392 215790 Email: david.tripp@projectheating.co.uk Web: www.projectheating.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 1990 In-House: DEGHJLMOPRW Contracted Out: ABCFIKNSTUVYZ Specialist Group: HAPS

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R R.T.S. Engineering (Somerset) Ltd

Unit 6, Sedgemount Industrial Park, Bristol Road, Bridgwater, Somerset TA6 4AR Tel: 01278 457294 Email: rts@rtsengineering.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1975 In-House: GKMN Contracted Out: ABFILQRSTVWYZ Specialist Group: HAPS

S S K Heating and Cooling Ltd

229 Bristol Road, Gloucester, Gloucestershire GL1 5TL Tel: 0845 075 1000 Email: info@skheatingandcooling.co.uk Web: www.sk-aircon.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1996 In-House: ABEGIMRSV Contracted Out: LNOPTUWYZ Specialist Group: SFG

SES (Engineering Services) Ltd

SES West & Central Division, 190 Aztec West, Park Avenue, Bristol BS32 4TP Tel: 01454 627150 Email: aharris@ses-ltd.co.uk Web: www.ses-ltd.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 1976 In-House: ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWYZ

Skanska Rashleigh Weatherfoil Ltd

240 Park Avenue, Aztec West, Bristol BS32 4SY Tel: 01923 776666 Email: ray.phillips@skanska.co.uk Web: www.skanska.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1947 In-House: HIJKOPQRSZ Contracted Out: ABCDEFGLMNTUVWY Specialist Group: SFG

Spie Ltd

80 Macrae Road, Ham Green, Bristol BS20 0DD Tel: 01275 373227 Email: andy.bates@spie.com Year Joined: 1965 In-House: GIMSUYZ Contracted Out: ACDELTVWX Specialist Group: SFG

Sprague & Ouseley Ltd

1 Knowle Business Units, Silverton Road, Matford Park, Marsh Barton, Exeter, Devon EX2 8HD Tel: 01392 825930 Email: info@spragueandouseley.co.uk Web: www.spragueandouseley.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 1971 In-House: ABCDEFGHILMNPRSTVWXZ Contracted Out: UY Specialist Group: DWG, HAPS

SSE Contracting Ltd

Central Region, Faraday Road, Dorcan, Wiltshire SN3 5EY Tel: 01793 516159 Email: mick.fisher@ssecontracting.com Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2013 In-House: FGHIJKLMNRSZ Contracted Out: ACDETUVWXY Specialist Group: SFG

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W Taranis Engineering Ltd

Unit 11 Dragon Court, Crofts End Road, St George, Bristol BS75 7XX Tel: 0117 951 0616 Email: sb@taraniseng.co.uk Year Joined: 2014 In-House: ABNU Specialist Group: RACHP

Watertite Heating Ltd

Unit 10, Bartlett Court, Lynx Trading Estate, Yeovil, Somerset BA20 2NZ Tel: 01935 474009 Email: jdw@watertiteheating.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1996 In-House: ABCDEFGHILMNOPQRSUVW Contracted Out: KTYZ

TEK Property Services

523a Gloucester Road, Horfield, Bristol BS7 8UG Tel: 0117 952 3355 Email: sales@tek.uk.com Web: www.total-environmental.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2008 In-House: ABCDEGHIJNS Contracted Out: LMOUWXZ Specialist Group: RACHP

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Trios Compliance

Colburn House, Querns Lane, Cirencester, Gloucestershire GL7 1RP Tel: 0870 20 365 365 Email: rod.hall@triosgroup.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2008 In-House: ABGHIMNSWXZ

U Unitary Engineering Services Ltd Unit 12 Dragon Court, Crofts End Road, St George, Bristol BS5 7XX Tel: 0117 951 9020 Email: info@unitaryengineering.com Web: www.unitaryengineering.com Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 1994 In-House: CDEGHIJLMNOPRSTUVZ Contracted Out: ABFKQWY

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Watertite Heating Ltd

Units 9 & 10, Bartlett Court Lynx Trading Estate, Yeovil Somerset BA20 2NZ Tel: 01935 474009 Fax: 01935 433934 Email: info@watertiteheating.co.uk Website: www.watertiteheating.co.uk The Design, Installation and Servicing of Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning, Renewable Technologies & Public Health Services for; l Industrial & Commercial Organisations l Main & Local Building Contractors l Local Authorities l Health Authorities l Public Sector Offices

Covering the Southern Counties, South East, South West & Wales.

V H Services Ltd

18 Kilmersdon Road, Business Park Suite 5, Bristol BS1 9NQ Tel: 0330 223 2230 Email: infovhs@yahoo.com Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2012 In-House: ABEFSTVW Contracted Out: X Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Vent-Tech Ltd

32 Bonville Business Centre, Brislington, Bristol BS4 5QR Tel: 0117 971 2163 Email: adrian.sims@vent-tech.co.uk Web: www.vent-tech.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2009 In-House: EISTV Specialist Group: DWG

Vortex Mechanical Ltd

Unit 14 Venture 20, Lynx Trading Estate, Yeovil, Somerset BA20 2HP Tel: 01935 414306 Email: s.tofield@vortexmec.uk Web: www.vortexmec.uk Year Joined: 2015 In-House: GJX

Westford Mechanical Ltd

Environment House, Unit 2 Venture Way, Priorswood Industrial Estate, Taunton, Somerset TA2 8DG Tel: 01823 323000 Email: info@westfordmechanical.co.uk Web: www.westfordmechanical.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2010 In-House: BDEGHIMNSV Contracted Out: ACLTUWZ

Westford Mechanical Ltd

Unit 2, The Venture Eleven Priorswood Industrial Estate Taunton, Somerset TA2 8DG Tel: 01823 323 000 Email: info@westfordmechanical.co.uk Website: www.westfordmechanical.co.uk Westford Mechanical Ltd is an independent company formed in 2003 by Nigel Gulliford and John Fewings who between them have over 50 years experience managing and installing heating, plumbing, air conditioning and ventilation systems. We select the right equipment to match each client’s individual needs, providing for schools, offices, churches, factories, hospitals, large developments and houses. • Work to designers’ specifications and drawings • Carry out designs in-house backed by £2 million PI Insurance • Install a completely new system or refurbish an existing one • Provide integrated designs in keeping and complementary to the buildings’ structure and architecture


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WALES Regional Manager: Please refer to our website (www.thebesa.com) Tel: 07795 394499 Email: wales@thebesa.com

BESA provides a free online search service (www.thebesa.com/find-a-besa-member) designed to make it easy and quick to find BESA member(s) that you require to deliver heating, ventilating, ductwork, facilities management, refrigeration, air conditioning, commissioning and maintenance services. The service allows users to search for a BESA member by radius (distance from the project site) and by region: most BESA members are willing to work outside their geographic location and will welcome your enquiry.

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Air conditioning Refrigeration / F Gas Ductwork - Sheet metal Ductwork - Plastics Local exhaust & Kitchen ventilation Indoor air quality Commercial heating & plumbing Domestic heating, plumbing, service & maintenance I Design & build J Pipework K Offsite prefabricated pipework / plant room L Underfloor heating M Commercial / industrial gas fitting N Renewable energy - Heat pumps O Renewable energy - Solar photovoltaics P Renewable energy - Solar thermal Q Renewable energy - Wind R Renewable energy - Biomass CHP S Facilities services & maintenance T Ductwork cleaning & vent hygiene U Automatic control systems V Commissioning / performance testing W Water treatment X Lloyds class 1 welding Y Fire protection engineering Z Electrical contracting

SFG Service & Facilities Group RACHP Refrigeration, Air Conditioning & Heat Pump Group HAPS Heating & Plumbing Services Group DWG Ductwork Group VHB Ventilation Hygiene Branch

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A A Clean Services Ltd

Berry Field House, Lodge Road, Caerleon, Newport, Gwent NP18 3QW Tel: 01633 891471 Email: alancresswell2010@gmail.com Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2010 In-House: T Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

ACS Wade Ltd

Unit B6, Pinfold Industrial Estate, Rhyl, Denbighshire LL18 2YR Tel: 01745 342998 Email: accounts@acswade.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 1999 In-House: ABCDEFGHIJKLMNQRSTUVWY Contracted Out: OPXZ Specialist Group: DWG

Action Air Conditioning Ltd

Unit 2 Ringside Business Centre, Heol Y Rhosog, Rumney, Cardiff, West Glamorgan CF3 2EW Tel: 029 2079 8488 Email: info@actionairconditioning.co.uk Web: www.actionairconditioning.co.uk Contract Size: 3 Year Joined: 1998 In-House: ABG

AER Cymru Cyf

Unit 10, Cookes Industrial Estate, Penrhyndeudraeth, Gwynedd LL48 6LT Tel: 01766 770222 Email: danni@aercymru.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2008 In-House: ACDEGHJLMSUWYZ Contracted Out: INOPRTV

AET Extraction Ltd

Caligo Court, Unit 52, Springvale Industrial Estate, Cwmbran, Torfaen NP44 5BB Tel: 01633 875520 Email: steve@aetextraction.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2012 In-House: CDEFST Contracted Out: ANZ

Air Conditioning Systems Wales Ltd

ACS Unit, Brittania House, Caerphilly Business Park, Caerphilly CF83 3GG Tel: 029 2086 6700 Email: jamiedownes@btconnect.com Web: www.acswales.net Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2008 In-House: ABINSUV Contracted Out: HTYZ

Amroc Heating Services Ltd

Melrose Close, Swansea Enterprise Park, Swansea SA6 8QE Tel: 01792 700820 Email: jason@amrocheating.co.uk Web: www.amroc-heating.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2013 In-House: GLM

Airpro Systems (Holdings)

The Old Mill, 14a Ty Wern Road, Rhiwbina, Cardiff, West Glamorgan CF14 6AA Tel: 029 2069 5120 Email: joanna@airpro.co.uk Web: www.airpro.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 1994 In-House: ABCDEFINS Contracted Out: TUVZ Specialist Group: DWG

Airtech Ventilation Ltd

Unit 1B, Gallagher Retail Park, Parc Pontypandy, Caerphilly, Mid Glamorgan CF83 3GX Tel: 029 2086 7604 Email: gary.crane@airtechventilation.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2004 In-House: C Specialist Group: DWG

Allied Mechanical Engineering Ltd Unit M4, Clos Marian, Southpoint Industrial Estate, Cardiff, West Glamorgan CF10 4SP Tel: 029 2047 0097 Email: nickb@amegroup.co.uk Web: www.amegroup.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2004 In-House: GHIJKLMRSVWX Contracted Out: ABCDENOPQTUYZ Specialist Group: HAPS

Almac Engineering (Air Conditioning) Ltd

Unit 8, Papermill Road, Canton, Cardiff, West Glamorgan CF11 8DH Tel: 029 2023 0815 Email: richie@almacengineering.com Web: www.almacengineering.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2005 In-House: CE Specialist Group: DWG

Amroc Heating Services Limited

Melrose Close Swansea Enterprise Park Swansea SA6 8QE Tel: 01792 700820 Fax: 01792 797867 Email: admin@amrocheating.co.uk Website: www.amroc-heating-services.co.uk We are a forward thinking customer focused business, delivering Mechanical and Plumbing installations and maintenance to a wide range of commercial industrial and residential premises throughout the UK. We offer high quality workmanship through skilled tradesmen, which allows projects to be completed to the highest standards. This ensures that the majority of our work is through repeat business and recommendations. We are qualified and experienced in Gas, Oil & LPG. We are growing in a planned manner, with the delivery of successful projects and customer satisfaction at the forefront of our philosophy.

Amser Building Services Ltd

Unit 3 Lewis Court, 50 Portmanmoor Road, Cardiff, West Glamorgan CF24 5HQ Tel: 029 2049 9639 Email: James@amser.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2012 In-House: CDGHILMYZ Contracted Out: ABEFJKNOPQRSTUVWX Specialist Group: HAPS


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CMB Renewables Ltd

BBHS Ltd

1 Alexandra Gate, Ffordd Pengam, Tremorfa, Cardiff, West Glamorgan CF24 2SA Tel: 029 2036 0434 Email: bjarman@cmbeng.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2012 In-House: ABI

BFL Electrical Ltd

1st Floor, Newby Business Centre, Neath Abbey Business Park, Neath SA10 7DR Tel: 01792 818022 Email: pdavies@cmbeng.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2008 In-House: GJKMOPQRV Contracted Out: ACDEFIUYZ

4 Cae Garn, Heol-y-Cyw, Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan CF35 6LD Tel: 01656 865551 Email: info@bbhsltd.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2009 In-House: CDEGHJLMSTVW Contracted Out: IUXYZ

Trydanol Court, Heol Mostyn, Village Farm Ind Estate, Pyle, Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan CF33 6BJ Tel: 01639 899321 Email: carl@bflelectrical.co.uk Web: www.bflelectrical.co.uk Year Joined: 2016 In-House: GH

Bordervent Ltd

Unit 24 Tir Llwyd Industrial Estate, St Asaph Avenue, Kinmel Bay, Rhyl, Denbighshire LL18 5JA Tel: 01745 353530 Email: bordervent@btconnect.com Web: www.bordervent.co.uk Year Joined: 2016 In-House: ACEI Contracted Out: T

Britewater Ltd

Apex Centre, Clywedog Road South, Wrexham Industrial Estate, Wrexham, Clwyd LL13 9XS Tel: 01978 660010 Email: angela.vernon@britewater.co.uk Web: www.britewater.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 1996 In-House: GTVW Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

C C & F Electrics Ltd

Brookside Office, Rassau Road, Rassau, Ebbw Vale, Gwent NP23 5BL Tel: 01495 304674 Email: cfelect@btconnect.com Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2011 In-House: ACDEGHLNTYZ Contracted Out: BMU Specialist Group: SFG

C & G Mechanical Ltd

2a Ty Mechanical, Llanishen Street, Cardiff, West Glamorgan CF14 3QE Tel: 0845 4961015 Email: luke.gonzales@cgmechanical.co.uk Web: www.cgmechanical.co.uk Year Joined: 2015 In-House: A Specialist Group: RACHP

CMB Engineering

Ground Floor 1 Alexandra Gate, Ffordd Pengam, Tremorfa, Cardiff, West Glamorgan CF24 2SA Tel: 029 2036 0434 Email: pdavies@cmbeng.co.uk Web: www.cmbengineering.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 2000 In-House: ABGHJKLMNX Contracted Out: CDEFIOPQRSTUVWYZ

CMB West Ltd

Comyn Ching & Co (Solray) Ltd Solray Works, Phoenix Way, Garngoch Industrial Estate, Gorseinon, Swansea SA4 9WF Tel: 01792 892211 Email: alastair.ching@solray.co.uk Web: www.solray.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1904 In-House: GH

Cool Solution Refrigeration Ltd Unit F2, Southpoint Industrial Estate, Foreshore Road, Cardiff, West Glamorgan CF10 4SP Tel: 029 2049 3111 Email: tony.williams@cool-solution.co.uk Web: www.cool-solution.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2009 In-House: ABCHINPRS Specialist Group: RACHP

Cool-Therm (Wales) Ltd

Unit 5 & 6 Maritime Court, Bedwas House Industrial Estate, Caerphilly, South Glamorgan CF83 8HU Tel: 029 2088 7077 Email: rob.strong@cooltherm.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2013 In-House: ABN

Crown House Technologies

Building 2, Wern Fawr Lane, The Eastern Business Park, St Mellons, Cardiff, West Glamorgan CF3 5XA Tel: 029 2077 5040 Email: atonkin2@crownhouse.com Web: www.crownhouse.com Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 1904 In-House: GHIJKMUVZ Contracted Out: ABCDEFLNOPQRTWY Specialist Group: SFG

D Dragon Air Conditioning Ltd

Unit 2, Block C, Western Industrial Estate, Caerphilly, Mid Glamorgan CF83 1BQ Tel: 029 2076 0730 Email: k.markall@btinternet.com Web: www.dragonairconditioning.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2008 In-House: ABCDEGHINSTV Contracted Out: MX

Duct Hygiene Ltd

G G T Thomas & Son Ltd

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H & V Fusion & Drilling Ltd

Mainetti House, Bedwell Road, Wrexham, Clwyd LL13 0UT Tel: 01978 664800 Email: duncan@ducthygiene.com Web: www.ducthygiene.com Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2001 In-House: TX Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Conway Road, Colwyn Bay, Colwyn Bay, Conwy LL28 5HL Tel: 01492 546061 Email: susan@poppleton.co.uk Web: www.poppleton.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1965 In-House: CDET Specialist Group: DWG

Ecofit Energy Systems Ltd

Unit 2 Talbot Green Business Park, Talbot Green, Pontyclun, Pontyclun, Rhonda Cynon Taff CF72 9FG Tel: 01433 446904 Email: mike@ecofitenergy.com Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2014 In-House: EILNPR Contracted Out: OQX

ENGIE FM Ltd

Bridgend Branch, Unit 42, Enterprise Centre, Bryn Road, Tondu, Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan CF32 9BS Tel: 01656 723560 Email: james.davies@engie.com Year Joined: 2007 In-House: ABS Specialist Group: RACHP, SFG

Evans Maintenance Services Ltd Derby House, 29 Castle Street, Caergwle, Wrexham, Clwyd LL12 9AD Tel: 01978 760000 Email: info@evans-maint.co.uk Web: www.evans-maint.co.uk Contract Size: 3 Year Joined: 2007 In-House: EGHJMRSW Contracted Out: ABZ Specialist Group: SFG

F F P Hurley & Sons Ltd

Queens Road, Bridgend Industrial Estate, Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan CF31 3UT Tel: 01656 661151 Email: philliph@fphurley.co.uk Web: www.fphurley.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1951 In-House: CFGHIKMPS Contracted Out: ABDELNOQRTUVWXYZ

F P Hurley & Sons Ltd

Heol Parc Mawr, Cross Hands Business Park, Cross Hands, Carmarthenshire SA14 6RE Tel: 01269 831191 Email: euanj@fphurley.co.uk Web: www.fphurley.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1951 In-House: CFGHIKMNPS Contracted Out: ABDELOQRTUVWXYZ

The Haggard, Llangwm Hill, Llangwm, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire SA62 4NG Tel: 01437 890920 Email: info.ggthomasandson@btconnect.com Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1991 In-House: GHLPRV Contracted Out: ABCDEINUWZ Specialist Group: SFG

Bridge Terrace, Newbridge, Gwent NP11 5FE Tel: 01495 247805 Email: carl@hvfusion.com Web: www.hvfusion.com Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2010 In-House: GLMW

Heatlink Ltd

7 Pen y Bont Penpedairheol, Hengoed, Cardiff CF82 8HD Tel: 0800 0288128 Email: office@heat-link.com Web: www.heat-link.com In-House: HILSWX

Highland Services

1a Attlee Street, Brynmenyn Industrial Estate, Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan CF32 9TQ Tel: 01656 720330 Email: info@highland-services.com Web: www.highland-services.com Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2013 In-House: ACEFGHIMNPSUVZ Contracted Out: BDLOW

I I.S.T.L. Engineering Ltd

1a Dale Avenue, Birchgrove, Cardiff, West Glamorgan CF14 4QQ Tel: 029 2052 0073 Email: admin@istlengineering.co.uk Web: www.istlengineering.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2004 In-House: GHJMNSTVYZ Contracted Out: ABCDEFIKLOPQRUW

Integral UK Ltd

Unit 17, Tremarl Industrial Estate, Llandudno Junction, Gwynedd LL31 9NF Tel: 01492 573100 Email: darryl.thomas@integral.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2005 In-House: ABGHKMNSYZ Contracted Out: CDEFIJLOPQRTUVWX Specialist Group: SFG

Integral UK Ltd

Unit 9 Ty Nant Court, Morganstown, Radyr, Cardiff, West Glamorgan CF14 8LW Tel: 029 2081 5110 Email: john.eastley@integral.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2005 In-House: ABGHKMNSXYZ Contracted Out: CDEFIJLOPQRTUVW Specialist Group: SFG

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Legsun Ltd

Edward Row, Deri, Bargoed, Mid Glamorgan CF81 9HA Tel: 01443 831869 Email: colin.matthews@btconnect.com Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 1979 In-House: CEGHLM Contracted Out: OPV

J D Heating Plumbing & Mechanical Services Ltd Unit 13, Greenhill Court, Springmeadow Business Park, Cardiff, West Glamorgan CF3 2ES Tel: 029 2079 9700 Email: jstark@jdheating.co.uk Web: www.jdheating.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2005 In-House: GHMNX Contracted Out: AB Specialist Group: HAPS

J W & E Morris & Son Ltd

Morris House, South Road, Industrial Estate, Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan CF31 3RB Tel: 01656 653705 Email: david.edwards@jwmorris.co.uk Web: www.jwmorris.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1991 In-House: DEGHILMNOPRSVWYZ Contracted Out: ABCTUX

JCW Energy Services Ltd

1st Floor Unit 8, Village Way, Greenmeadow Springs Business Park, Cardiff, West Glamorgan CF15 7NE Tel: 0117 952 2571 Email: john.burgoyne@jcwes.com Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2014 In-House: ABGHIJLMNSUVYZ Contracted Out: CDEFKOPQRTWX Specialist Group: RACHP

JRS Mechanical Services Ltd

Enterprise House, Pensarn Industrial Estate, Abergele, Conwy LL22 7SF Tel: 01745 826717 Email: phil@jrs.co.uk Web: www.jrs.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1994 In-House: GIJLMNS Contracted Out: ACDEOPQRTUVWYZ Specialist Group: SFG

K K S Barry (Plumbing & Heating) Ltd The Old Courtyard, 8A Kingston Road, Canton, Cardiff, West Glamorgan CF11 6HU Tel: 029 2041 2171 Email: enquiries@ksbarry.com Web: www.ksbarry.com Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2001 In-House: GHLMNOPRVW Contracted Out: ABCDEFIJKQSTUYZ Specialist Group: HAPS

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MVR Solutions Ltd

Unit F, Ground Floor, Copse Walk, Cardiff Gate Business Park, Cardiff, West Glamorgan CF23 8RB Tel: 029 2130 3008 Email: garethmoss@legsun.co.uk Web: www.legsun.co.uk/ Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2015 In-House: GHIJMNXZ Contracted Out: ABLOV Specialist Group: SFG

Lorne Stewart PLC

Lorne Stewart House, 1 Village Way, Greenmeadow Springs Business Park, Tongwynlais, Cardiff, West Glamorgan CF15 7NE Tel: 029 2069 4800 Email: cyril.locke@lornestewart.co.uk Web: www.lornestewart.com Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 1988 In-House: ABEHIOPQRUZ Contracted Out: CDFLNTVWY Specialist Group: SFG

Luntstone Ltd

Unit 8, Crosville Buildings, Flint Trade Park, Flint CH6 5RR Tel: 01352 792197 Email: info@luntstone.co.uk Web: www.luntstone.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2016 In-House: EGHIJLMNOQRSUVYZ Contracted Out: ABCDKTWX Specialist Group: SFG

M M A Cooper Projects Ltd

Unit 53, Third Avenue, Deeside Industrial Park, Deeside, Clwyd CH5 2LA Tel: 01244 289944 Email: paulrowe@macprojects.co.uk Web: www.macprojects.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2012 In-House: DFGHLMNRVYZ Contracted Out: ABCEIJKOPQSTUWX Specialist Group: HAPS

Margden Heating Ltd

Unit 1, The Croft, Alltami Road, Buckley, Flintshire CH7 3PG Tel: 01244 550681 Email: mel@margden.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1975 In-House: IMR Contracted Out: ABCDELUVWYZ

MITIE Technical Facilities Management Ltd

Mitie House, Springmeadow Business Park, Mardy Road, Rumney, Cardiff, West Glamorgan CF3 2ES Tel: 01222 361963 Email: john.green@mitie.com Year Joined: 1998 In-House: AGIMNOPQRSV Contracted Out: BCDEHJLTUWXYZ

Unit 4, Mariner Way, Felnex Industrial Estate, Newport, Gwent NP19 4PQ Tel: 01633 281200 Email: jonmoore@mvrsolutions.co.uk Web: www.mvrsolutions.co.uk Year Joined: 2012 In-House: NOPR Contracted Out: X Specialist Group: SFG

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P Parker Environmental Services Ltd Unit 11, Polo Grounds Industrial Estate, New Inn, Pontypool, Torfaen NP4 0TW Tel: 0149 5753600 Email: darren@parkerenvironmental.co.uk Web: www.parkerenvironmental.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2007 In-House: ACDEG Specialist Group: DWG

Pearce Elite Plumbing & Heating Ltd

2 Cae Gwyrdd, Green Meadow Springs Business Park, Tongwynlais, Cardiff, West Glamorgan CF15 7AB Tel: 029 2052 8400 Email: richard.james@ngbailey.co.uk Web: www.ngbailey.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 1983 In-House: GIJKMOPRSUVXZ Contracted Out: CDEFHLTWY

(Brynwood) Millers Avenue, Brynmenyn Industrial Estate, Brynmenyn, Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan CF32 9TD Tel: 01656 842517 Email: gareth.pearce@pearceelite.co.uk Web: www.centralheatingsouthwales.net Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2013 In-House: GHLNOP Contracted Out: ABCDEIJMSTUVWYZ Specialist Group: HAPS

Narbeths Mechanical Services Ltd

Premier Clean UK Ltd

N G Bailey Ltd

49 Main Avenue, Brackla Industrial Estate, Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan CF31 2AZ Tel: 01656 669980 Email: glen@narbeths.com Web: www.narbeths.com Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2006 In-House: EGHIMNOPQRX Contracted Out: ABCDJLSTUVWYZ

Unit 2a Tir Llwyd Enterprise Park, St Asaph Ave, Kinmel Bay, Denbighshire LL18 5JZ Tel: 01745 859222 Email: emma@premiercleanukltd.co.uk Web: www.premiercleanukltd.co.uk Contract Size: 2 Year Joined: 2006 In-House: ESTZ Contracted Out: X Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Pursey & Ball Ltd

Narbeths Mechanical Services Ltd

49 Main Avenue, Brackla Industrial Estate, Bridgend, Glamorgan CF31 2AZ Tel: 01656 669980 Fax: 01656 669995 Email: glen@narbeths.com Website: www.narbeths.com Leading specialist in Commercial, Residential and Industrial Heating, Plumbing, Pipework and Ventilation Services. Full Design and Installation available. We are a well established installer and offer high quality installation with skilled tradesmen. Our client base is varied from Local Authorities, Hospitals, Schools, Factories, Main Contractors and Private Clients. We pride ourselves with our quality and personal service.

Unit 12, Kenfig Industrial Estate, Margam, Port Talbot, West Glamorgan SA13 2PE Tel: 01792 818068 Email: enquiries@purseyandball.co.uk Web: www.purseyandball.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1991 In-House: ABEGHIM Contracted Out: CDNOP Specialist Group: HAPS

R Rainbow International (Swansea)

Unit 2 Llwyn-y-graig, Garngoch Industrial Estate, Gorseinon, Swansea SA4 9WG Tel: 01792 895111 Email: louise@amicoholding.co.uk Web: www.rainbow-int.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2010 In-House: FST Specialist Group: DWG, SFG, VHB

RDM Electrical & Mechanical Services 6 Cambrian Court, Ferryboat Close, Swansea Enterprise Park, Swansea SA6 8PZ Tel: 01792 701256 Email: admin@rdmelecandmech.co.uk Web: www.rdmelectrical.co.uk Year Joined: 2015 In-House: AIUVZ


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Riverside Industrial Equipment Ltd Trews Field Estate, Tondu Road, Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan CF31 4JA Tel: 01656 656541 Email: chris.john@riverside.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2011 In-House: ABCDEFGHJKMNSTZ Contracted Out: ILOPQRUVWY Specialist Group: RACHP

Roperhurst Ltd

Ty Verlon Industrial Estate, Cardiff Road, Barry, Vale of Glamorgan CF63 2BG Tel: 01446 732555 Email: bob@roperhurst.com Web: www.roperhurst.com Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1993 In-House: CDEJKSWXY Specialist Group: DWG

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Three Nations Ltd

S & G Air Conditioning Contracts Ltd

2D Park Road, Barry, Vale of Glamorgan CF62 6NX Tel: 01446 720404 Email: info@sandgair.co.uk Web: www.sandgair.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2009 In-House: ABIOPQRS Contracted Out: CDEFGHJKLMNTUVWXYZ Specialist Group: RACHP

Spie Ltd

Interserve Site, Children's Hospital, University Hospital, Cardiff, West Glamorgan CF14 4XW Tel: 029 2039 3480 Email: grant.roberts@spie.com Web: www.spiematthewhall.com Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1965 In-House: IMNQRYZ Contracted Out: LUVW Specialist Group: SFG

SSE Contracting Ltd

Roperhurst Limited

Ty Verlon Industrial Estate, Cardiff Road Barry, Vale of Glamorgan CF63 2BE Tel: 01446 732555 Fax: 01446 732666 Email: enquiries@roperhurst.com Website: www.roperhurst.com We are a long-established fabricator and installer of plastic ductwork systems. We work with PVC-u, PVC/GRP, polypropylene, PPs, FBPP/GRP and polyethylene, fabricated and installed to DW154. Our investment in hot line bending and butt fusion machines, as well as staff certified to EN 13067 (welding) and BS4994 (laminating), means that we have the capacity to manufacture any size of circular and rectangular ductwork. Our qualified site teams install and maintain across the UK, delivering high quality installations for industrial premises, schools and universities, hospitals. This is backed up by leakage testing, maintenance and commissioning services, providing a turnkey package solution.

Wales & South West Region, Swalec Smart Energy Centre, Unit G15 Main Avenue, Treforest Industrial Estate, Treforest, Pontypridd CF37 5YL Tel: 01443 827437 Email: simon.costelow@ssecontracting.com Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2013 In-House: BFGHIJKMRSVZ Contracted Out: ACDENOPQTUWXY Specialist Group: SFG

Unit 6, Lakeside Park, Llantarnam Industrial Park, Cwmbran NP44 3XS Tel: 01633 486050 Email: gary.smith@threenations.co.uk Web: www.djsrefrigeration.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2008 In-House: ABINVX Specialist Group: RACHP

W W Mullett Ltd

Taff Buildings, Harrowby Street, Cardiff Bay, Cardiff, West Glamorgan CF10 5HD Tel: 029 2048 8092 Email: wmullettltd@yahoo.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 1973 In-House: GHILMS Contracted Out: CDEUVZ

Whitehead Building Services Ltd Lanyon House, Mission Court, Newport, Gwent NP20 2DW Tel: 01633 242450 Email: martyn@whiteheadbs.co.uk Web: www.whiteheadbs.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2006 In-House: GHMNOPQRSYZ Contracted Out: ABCDEIJLTUVW

Storeglove Ltd

Unit D3, West Point Industrial Estate, Penarth Road, Cardiff, West Glamorgan CF11 8JQ Tel: 029 2071 2464 Email: graham@westlinkmechanical.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2004 In-House: GM Specialist Group: HAPS

T Taranis Engineering Ltd

Unit 9, Fieldway, Heath, Cardiff, West Glamorgan CF14 4HY Tel: 0800 0315263 Email: js@taraniseng.co.uk Web: www.taraniseng.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2014 In-House: ABINOPS Contracted Out: CDEFGHLMTUVWYZ Specialist Group: RACHP

Thermal Engineering (Wales) Ltd Pipe House Wharf, 38 Morfa Road, Swansea SA1 2EJ Tel: 01792 655009 Email: colin.briggs@btconnect.com Contract Size: 3 Year Joined: 2002 In-House: CDE Contracted Out: AX

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WEST MIDLANDS Regional Manager: Steve Smith 4 Church Road, Thornbury, South Gloucestershire BS35 1EJ Tel: 01454 414442 Email: steven.smith@thebesa.com

BESA provides a free online search service (www.thebesa.com/find-a-besa-member) designed to make it easy and quick to find BESA member(s) that you require to deliver heating, ventilating, ductwork, facilities management, refrigeration, air conditioning, commissioning and maintenance services. The service allows users to search for a BESA member by radius (distance from the project site) and by region: most BESA members are willing to work outside their geographic location and will welcome your enquiry.

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Air Control & Development Ltd

Balfour Beatty Engineering Services Ltd

Unit 5, ABS Business Park, Northgate, Aldridge, Walsall, West Midlands WS9 8TH Tel: 01922 455 523 Email: mick.r@aircontrol.co.uk Web: www.aircontrol.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 1996 In-House: ABHLN Contracted Out: ET Specialist Group: SFG

Altiga Ltd

Climate House, Somers Road, Rugby, Warwickshire CV22 7DG Tel: 01788 544880 Email: susan.niner@altiga.co.uk Web: www.altiga.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2010 In-House: ABINS Contracted Out: CEFGKLMTUZ Specialist Group: RACHP

Aquavent Environmental Services Ltd 3c High Street, Alcester, Warwickshire B49 5AE Tel: 01789 400170 Email: phil.harrison@aquavent.co.uk Web: www.aquavent.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2001 In-House: TVW Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

ASJ Facilities Building Management Ltd

Unit 6 Woodburn Road, Smethwick, West Midlands B66 2PU Tel: 0121 555 8118 Email: attie@asjfacilities.com Web: www.asj-services.com Year Joined: 2016 In-House: S Specialist Group: RACHP

Assential Clean Ltd

2 Staple Hill Farm Cottages, Staple Hill, Wellesbourne, Warwickshire CV35 9LH Tel: 01789 841291 Email: simon@assential-clean.co.uk Web: www.assential-clean.co.uk Contract Size: 2 Year Joined: 2012 In-House: ET Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Modular Systems +, Woods Bank Estate, Woden Road West, Wednesbury, West Midlands WS10 7SU Tel: 0121 568 2800 Email: steve.tovey@balfourbeatty.com Web: www.balfourbeatty.com Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2009 In-House: GIJMNOPQRXZ Contracted Out: ABCDELSTUVWY Specialist Group: DWG, SFG

Balfour Beatty Engineering Services Ltd Trigen House, Central Boulevard, Blythe Valley Park, Solihull, West Midlands B90 8AB Tel: 0121 746 7900 Email: alastair.green@balfourbeatty.com Web: www.balfourbeatty.com Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 2009 In-House: GIJKMQRXZ Contracted Out: ABCDELNOPSTUVWY Specialist Group: DWG, SFG

Briggs & Forrester Engineering Services Ltd 12 Quartz Point, Stonebridge Road, Coleshill, Birmingham, West Midlands B46 3JL Tel: 0121 379 8007 Email: neil.greensill@briggs.uk.com Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 1961 In-House: GIJMNRVZ Contracted Out: ABCDEFLOPQSTUWXY

Britannia Kitchen Ventilation Ltd

10 Highdown Road, Sydenham Industrial Estate, Leamington Spa, Warwickshire CV31 1XT Tel: 01926 463540 Email: andrew.g@kitchen-ventilation.co.uk Web: www.kitchen-ventilation.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2006 In-House: E Contracted Out: C Specialist Group: DWG

C Carillion (AMBS) Ltd

8th Floor, 24 Birch Street, Wolverhampton, West Midlands WV1 4HY Tel: 01902 422431 Email: graham.williams@carillionplc.com Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 2013 In-House: ABGHILMQRSTUWYZ Contracted Out: CDEJNOPVX Specialist Group: SFG

Carter Synergy Ltd

Redhill Road, Hay Mills, Birmingham, West Midlands B25 8EY Tel: 0121 250 1000 Email: nick.freeman@cartersynergy.com Web: www.cartersynergy.com Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 1991 In-House: ABFGIJLMNPRSTUVWYZ Contracted Out: CDEHKOQ Specialist Group: RACHP, SFG

Caterquip Ventilation Ltd

Unit 1 Triumph House, Rigby Close, Heathcote Industrial Estate, Warwick, Warwickshire CV34 6TL Tel: 01789 841665 Email: caterquipvent@btconnect.com Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2002 In-House: CDEIV

CBRE Managed Services Ltd

Coleshill House, 1 Station Road, Coleshill, Birmingham, West Midlands B46 1HT Tel: 01675 432150 Email: jason.upperdine@cbre.com Web: www.norlandmanagedservices.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 1985 In-House: ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ Specialist Group: SFG

Celsius Solutions Ltd

Venture Point, Towers Business Park, Rugeley, Staffordshire WS15 1UZ Tel: 01889 580274 Email: rob.brookes@celsius-group.co.uk Web: www.celsius-solutions.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2012 In-House: ABINS Contracted Out: CDEFGHJLMTUVWZ Specialist Group: RACHP


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WEST MIDLANDS

Chillaire Ltd

Unit 1, Veasey Close, Attleborough Fields Industrial Estate, Nuneaton, Warwickshire CV11 6RT Tel: 024 7632 0300 Email: s.vickery@chillaire.co.uk Web: www.chillaire.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2004 In-House: ABGHNSV Contracted Out: CDEFIJKLMOPQRTUWXYZ

Clean & Gleam (Midlands) Ltd

Ashleigh Villas, 143 Tamworth Road, Long Eaton, Nottingham, West Midlands NG10 1BY Email: info@kitchenductclean.co.uk Web: www.kitchenductclean.co.uk Contract Size: 1 Year Joined: 2010 In-House: E Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Clear Managed Services Ltd

The Hollies, Holly Lane, Alvechurch, Birmingham, West Midlands B48 7HH Tel: 0845 6019949 Email: sue@clearmanagedservices.com Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2006 In-House: CDESTW Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Clearwater Technology Ltd

Dearham House, Saxon Business Park, Hanbury Road, Bromsgrove, Worcestershire B60 4AD Tel: 01527 875700 Email: kevin.insall@clearwater.eu.com Web: www.clearwater.eu.com Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1995 In-House: TVW Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Combined Energy Solutions Ltd

Unit B3, Brooke Street Business Centre, Brooke Street, Tipton, West Midlands DY4 9DD Tel: 0121 557 5835 Email: peter.evans@combinedenergy.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1966 In-House: ISUZ Specialist Group: SFG

CPL Service Response Ltd

11 Papermill End, Aldridge Road, Birmingham, West Midlands B44 8NH Tel: 0800 1182503 Email: timallen@cpl-group.co.uk Web: www.cpl-group.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2011 In-House: ABGINSZ Contracted Out: CDEMTWY Specialist Group: SFG

Crown House Technologies

Trinity Point, Trinity Street, Oldbury, West Midlands B69 4LA Tel: 01902 405403 Email: pmoss@laingorourke.com Web: www.crownhouseengineering.com Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 1904 In-House: GIJKMVZ Contracted Out: CD

Custom Heat Ltd

164 Lawford Road, Rugby, Warwickshire CV21 2HL Tel: 01788 568752 Email: hilary@customheat.co.uk Web: www.custom-heat.co.uk Contract Size: 2 Year Joined: 1990 In-House: GHILMW Specialist Group: HAPS

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EI Hygiene Solutions Ltd

Deepclean Hygiene Solutions Ltd

Deepclean House, The Courtyard, Harris Business Park, Hanbury Road, Stoke Prior, Bromsgrove, Worcestershire B60 4DJ Tel: 01527 559880 Email: awaghorn@deepclean-hygiene.co.uk Web: www.deepclean-hygiene.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2005 In-House: ET Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Diamond Facilities Support Ltd

Unit 39, Coleshill Industrial Estate, Station Road, Coleshill, Warwickshire B46 1JP Tel: 01675 463900 Email: aatkins@diamond-fs.com Web: www.diamond-fs.com Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2014 In-House: ABGJLMNSTYZ Contracted Out: X Specialist Group: SFG

Ducatt Building Services

Platts Road, Amblecote, Stourbridge, Dudley, West Midlands DY8 4YT Tel: 01384 394641 Email: philip.dainty@ducatt.co.uk Web: www.ducatt.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1925 In-House: GIMNRSX Contracted Out: ABCDEFKLOTUVWYZ

Ductbusters Ltd

Prospect House, Victoria Road, Halesowen, West Midlands B62 8HY Tel: 0121 559 1555 Email: enquiries@ductbusters.co.uk Web: www.ductbusters.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2000 In-House: FST Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

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Unit 2, Clearwater Industrial Estate, Ettingshall Road, Wolverhampton, West Midlands WV2 2JP Tel: 07881 024269 Email: sales@eihygienesolutions.co.uk Web: www.eihygienesolutions.co.uk Year Joined: 2016 In-House: ET Contracted Out: X Specialist Group: RACHP

ENGIE FM Ltd

Birmingham Branch, 2426 Regents Court, The Crescent, Birmingham Business Park, Solihull, Birmingham, West Midlands B37 7YE Tel: 0117 907 2918 Email: james.davies@engie.com Year Joined: 2007 In-House: ABS

Envirotech Building Services Ltd

Unit 20, The Fort Industrial Park, Fort Parkway, Birmingham, West Midlands B35 7AR Tel: 0121 776 5440 Email: nicola.yates@eastwoodgroup.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2013 In-House: ABCEHINSV Contracted Out: X Specialist Group: RACHP

Eaton-Williams Group Ltd

Oldfields Business Park, Birrell Street, Fenton, Stoke on Trent, Staffordshire ST4 3ES Tel: 01782 597190 Email: andrew.walker@eaton-williams.com Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 1995 In-House: ABGMNSUV Contracted Out: CDEHIOPQRTZ Specialist Group: RACHP, SFG

Leigh House, Leigh Lane, Longbridge Hayes, Stoke-On-Trent, Staffordshire ST6 4PB Tel: 01782 577022 Email: mswindells@hpistoke.co.uk Web: www.hpibuildingservices.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1983 In-House: IMNRVX Contracted Out: LUWZ

Heating & Pipework Installations (Stoke) Ltd

Leigh House, Leigh Lane, Longbridge Hayes, Stoke-On-Trent, Staffordshire ST6 4PB Tel: 01782 577022 Email: mswindells@hpistoke.co.uk Web: www.hpibuildingservices.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1983 In-House: IMNRV Contracted Out: LUWZ

26 Roman Way, Coleshill, Birmingham, West Midlands B46 1HQ Tel: 0845 671 8271 Email: paul@envirotechltd.co.uk Web: www.envirotechms.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2009 In-House: GMSV Contracted Out: ACEFIJLNOPRTWXYZ Specialist Group: SFG

Hockley Building Services Ltd

Estilo HVAC Ltd

Holborn Building Services Ltd

Unit C, Ludgate Court, Water Street, Birmingham, West Midlands B3 1EP Tel: 0870 062 7602 Email: oedwards@estilohvac.co.uk Web: www.estilointeriors.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2014 In-House: ABIN Contracted Out: CEGJLMSTUVWXYZ Specialist Group: RACHP

F Farrelly Building Services Ltd

Eastwood Air Conditioning Ltd

Heating & Pipework Installations (Staffs) Ltd

386-388 Boldmere Road, Sutton Coldfield, Birmingham, West Midlands B73 5EZ Tel: 0121 382 9988 Email: info@farrellybsltd.co.uk Web: www.farrellyfacilities.com Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1992 In-House: AFGIJMNSZ Contracted Out: BCDEKLTUVWY Specialist Group: SFG

H Heating & Associated Services Ltd

Wythall Business Centre, May Lane, Hollywood, Birmingham, West Midlands B47 5PD Tel: 01564 829310 Email: ian.ireland@has-uk.org Web: www.has-uk.co.uk Contract Size: 3 Year Joined: 2003 In-House: ABEGMNSZ Specialist Group: RACHP

Holly House, 9-11 Holly Lane, Marston Green, Birmingham, West Midlands B37 7AP Tel: 0121 685 4545 Email: edwardtreacy@hockley-ltd.com Web: www.hockley-ltd.com Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2008 In-House: ABINS Contracted Out: CDEFOPQRTUVWYZ

Unit G1, Castle Vale Enterprise Park, Park Lane, Birmingham, West Midlands B35 6LJ Tel: 0121 749 2555 Email: nick.scragg@holborn-bs.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2007 In-House: ABCGISVZ Contracted Out: FKMNTUWY

Howells Bradford Ltd

Parkfield Business Centre, Park Street, Stafford, Staffordshire ST17 4AL Tel: 0333 335 8844 Email: extract@howellsbradford.co.uk Web: www.howellsbradford.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2007 In-House: T Contracted Out: E Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Hydro Mechanical Services Ltd Unit 1, 17 Reddicap Trading Estate, Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands B75 7BU Tel: 0121 378 4000 Email: chrisjennings@hydrogroup.co.uk Web: www.hydrogroup.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 1979 In-House: GHIM Contracted Out: ALUW Specialist Group: HAPS, SFG

Hygienic Cleaning Co (UK) Ltd 29 Albert Road, Worcester, Worcestershire WR5 1EB Tel: 01905 764171 Email: j.lavenia@hygienic-ltd.co.uk Web: www.hygienic-ltd.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2006 In-House: T Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

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Lord Combustion Services Ltd Imtech Inviron Ltd

3100 Park Square, Solihull Parkway, Birmingham Business Park, Birmingham, West Midlands B37 7YN Tel: 0121 779 7005 Email: sandra.j.clay@imtechinviron.co.uk Year Joined: 1983 In-House: S Contracted Out: X

Integral UK Ltd

1 Spring Road, Smethwick, Warley, West Midlands B66 1PE Tel: 0121 553 5511 Email: brian.harris@integral.co.uk Web: www.integralservices.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2005 In-House: ABGHKMNSYZ Contracted Out: CDEFIJLOPQRTUVWX Specialist Group: SFG

Interserve Engineering Services

Intersection House, 110 Birmingham Road, West Bromwich, West Midlands B70 6RX Tel: 0121 500 5000 Email: jim.jackson@interserve.com Web: www.interserve.com Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 1975 In-House: FGIJMOZ Contracted Out: ABCDEHKLNPQRSTUVWY

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Senator House, 131 Dudley Road East, Oldbury, West Midlands B69 3DU Tel: 0121 544 4191 Email: accounts@lordcombustion.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 1993 In-House: GHIMS Contracted Out: X Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Lorne Stewart PLC

1st floor, 44 Imperial Court, Kings Norton Business Centre, Birmingham, Worcestershire B30 8ES Tel: 0121 486 3505 Email: kevin.hatley@lornestewart.co.uk Web: www.lornestewart.com Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 1988 In-House: AGHIJKMNOPQRSUVXZ Contracted Out: BCDEFTWY Specialist Group: SFG

M M & E Maintenance Solutions Ltd M & E House, 19 Cato Stret, Birmingham, West Midlands B7 4TS Tel: 0121 380 5630 Email: stuartbutcher@memsolutions.co.uk Web: www.memsolutions.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2008 In-House: ABGJMRSUZ Contracted Out: FKNTWY Specialist Group: SFG

J S Wright & Co Ltd

Atlas Building, 16 Portland Street, Aston, Birmingham, West Midlands B6 5RX Tel: 0121 322 4000 Email: jswright@jswright.co.uk Web: www.jswright.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 1930 In-House: GHIMNZ Contracted Out: ABCDEFJKLOPQRSTUVWY Specialist Group: HAPS

K Klimatec Ltd

2 Lammas Centre, Budbrooke Industrial Estate, Warwick, Warwickshire CV34 5WQ Tel: 01926 401745 Email: pbibby@klimatec.co.uk Web: www.klimatec.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2005 In-House: ABIN Specialist Group: RACHP

L L Darby & Son Ltd

L Darby and Son Ltd, Torrington Avenue, Coventry, Warwickshire CV4 9SX Tel: 02476 468 101 Email: office@ldarbyandson.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1969 In-House: MQR Contracted Out: ABILNSTUWYZ

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Morreston Ltd

Maintenance & Contracting Specialist Ltd

Morris Mechanical Services Ltd

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Excelsior House, Buntsford Park Road, Bromsgrove, Worcestershire B60 3DX Tel: 01527 900900 Email: sales@enertech.co.uk Web: www.enertech.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2000 In-House: ABGIMNR Contracted Out: CDEFLTUVWXY

Unit 1A, Taverners Lane, Atherstone, Warwickshire CV9 2BA Tel: 01827 720 700 Email: macs.ltd@firstnet.biz Contract Size: 2 Year Joined: 2000 In-House: ABN Contracted Out: CEGHMU Specialist Group: SFG

Collin Lane, Willersey, Broadway, Worcestershire WR12 7PE Tel: 01386 858251 Email: peter@majorcooling.co.uk Web: www.majorcooling.co.uk Contract Size: 1 Year Joined: 1975 In-House: A Contracted Out: N Specialist Group: RACHP

Measham Heating & Air Conditioning Ltd

142 Birmingham Road, Aldridge, Walsall, West Midlands WS9 0AH Tel: 01922 456567 Email: smeasham@measham.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1972 In-House: ABGIJMOPSVZ Contracted Out: CDEFKLTUWY

Mechanical & Ventilation Projects Ltd M&E Maintenance Solutions Ltd

M&E House, 19 Cato Street, Aston, Birmingham, West Midlands B7 4TS Tel: 0121 3805630 Fax: 0870 1231883 Email: info@memsolutions.co.uk Website: www.memsolutions.co.uk The #1 HVAC Commercial Building Maintenance & repair specialists. M&E management & engineers keep your heating, ventilation and Air conditioning services compliant and operational 24/7. Expert servicing or an in depth maintenance survey of your Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning plant (HVAC) should be an important part of your business infrastructure. Service and maintenance activities will maintain the optimum efficiency of your assets, prolong life expectancy, reduce the risk of costly plant or system failure and needless, costly energy use. M&E offers contracts on all HVAC installations. These extend to both new installations and existing.

12 Newfield Close, Solihull, West Midlands B91 2SH Tel: 0121 711 1677 Email: at.mvp@blueyonder.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2014 In-House: CEGTV Contracted Out: ADSX Specialist Group: DWG

Midland Commercial Environmental Services Ltd

The Bungalow, Seedbed Business Centre, Shadowbrook Court, Shadowbrook Lane, Solihull, West Midlands B92 0DL Tel: 01676 522112 Email: mikepemberton@mcesuk.com Contract Size: 3 Year Joined: 1994 In-House: FSUWXYZ Specialist Group: SFG

MITIE Technical Facilities Management Ltd

Unit 6, Berkeley Business Park, Wainright Road, Worcester, Worcestershire WR4 9FA Tel: 01905 759627 Email: adam.strudwick@mitie.com Web: www.mitieengineering.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 1998 In-House: AGIMNOPQRSV Contracted Out: BCDEHJLTUWYZ

93 Arthur Street, Lakeside, Redditch, Worcestershire B98 8JY Tel: 01527 522783 Email: rick@morreston.com Web: www.morreston.com Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2008 In-House: ABCEGI Contracted Out: DKMSTUVWZ 252 Sandon Road, Stoke on Trent, Staffordshire ST3 7BN Tel: 07990 762693 Email: chris@morrismechanicalservices.co.uk Year Joined: 2015 In-House: GHJMSZ Contracted Out: X Specialist Group: HAPS

N G Bailey Ltd

Etna House, Opus 1, 78 New Coventry Road, Sheldon, Birmingham, West Midlands B26 3AY Tel: 0121 771 7171 Email: tim.rew@ngbailey.co.uk Web: www.ngbailey.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 1983 In-House: GIJKMOPRSUVXZ Contracted Out: CDEFHLTWY

P P & B Plumbing & Heating

19 Oaktree Rise, Codsall, South Staffordshire WV8 1DP Tel: 01902 844333 Email: pbplumbhtg@aol.com Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 1992 In-House: CDEFGHIKLMNPSUVW Contracted Out: ABTYZ Specialist Group: HAPS

Pathway First Ltd

Lamoc House, 7-9 Summerhill Terrace, Birmingham, West Midlands B1 3RA Tel: 0121 236 1448 Email: doug.begley@pathwaygroup.co.uk Web: www.pathwaycleaning.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2010 In-House: T Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Pert Air Conditioning Ltd

Wharfside House, Ardath Road, Kings Norton, Birmingham, West Midlands B38 9PN Tel: 0121 486 4646 Email: darren@quensh-consultancy.co.uk Web: www.pert-aircon.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2009 In-House: ABIN Contracted Out: FTUVWXYZ Specialist Group: RACHP


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POD Stainless Steel Products Ltd

Unit 25 Waterside Industrial Estate, Ettingshall, Wolverhampton, West Midlands WV2 2RQ Tel: 01902 494036 Email: phil@podstainless.co.uk Web: www.podstainless.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2007 In-House: CEIS Contracted Out: MTX Specialist Group: DWG

R R.H.F Heating Company Ltd 71-73 Enville Street, Stourbridge, West Midlands DY8 1XW Tel: 01384 393694 Email: rhfheating@btconnect.com Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1991 In-House: ACDEGHIJKMNVZ Contracted Out: FLOPRSTUWY Specialist Group: HAPS

React Cooling Services Ltd

719 Hagley Road West, Quinton, Birmingham, West Midlands B32 1DJ Tel: 0121 423 2325 Email: tony@reactcooling.com Web: www.reactcooling.com Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2013 In-House: ABILNOPQRV Contracted Out: CDEFGHJKMSTUWYZ Specialist Group: RACHP

RSSAC Ltd

Unit 13b, Thorn Business Park, Rotherwas, Hereford, Herefordshire HR2 6JT Tel: 01432 378060 Email: john.davies@rssac.co.uk Web: www.rssac.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 1992 In-House: ABN Contracted Out: CET Specialist Group: RACHP

S SHECO Engineering Services Ltd

Quality House, Coneygre Road, Fisher Street, Tipton, West Midlands DY4 8XE Tel: 0121 557 4311 Email: i.shorter@sheco.co.uk Web: www.sheco.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2006 In-House: ABEGHIMSUV Contracted Out: CDLTWXZ Specialist Group: SFG

Shropshire Cooling Services Ltd Brassey Road, Old Potts Way, Shrewsbury, Shrewsbury, Shropshire SY3 7FA Tel: 01743 359888 Email: russ.ferry@scsgroup.info Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2010 In-House: ABCDEGHIJLMNRSVZ Contracted Out: X

Snug Heating Ltd

34 East Medway, Kitts Green, Birmingham, West Midlands B33 0AP Tel: 0121 783 1122 Email: enquiries@snugheating.co.uk Web: www.snugheat.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2009 In-House: HIMNR Contracted Out: X Specialist Group: HAPS

Spa Gas Ltd

Unit 1, 130 Worcester Road, Droitwich Spa, Worcestershire WR9 8AN Tel: 01905 772020 Email: carl.fry@spagas.co.uk Web: www.spagas.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2006 In-House: EGHJKMNRSV Contracted Out: ABCDFILOPQTUWYZ Specialist Group: HAPS

Spectrum Electrical & Mechanical Engineers Ltd Faraday Court, 85 Summer Road, Erdington, Birmingham, West Midlands B23 6UT Tel: 0121 350 9929 Email: info@spectrum-electrical.org.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2006 In-House: GHIMNOZ Contracted Out: ALW

Spie Ltd

Focus House, Focus Park, Ashbourne Way, Shirley, Solihull, West Midlands B90 4QU Tel: 0121 713 8100 Email: david.taylor@spie.com Web: www.spiematthewhall.com Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1965 In-House: GIMSUYZ Contracted Out: ACDELTVWX Specialist Group: SFG

T T D R (Mechanical Services) Ltd

Hartlebury Buildings, Tansey Green Road, Brierley Hill, West Midlands DY5 4TL Tel: 01384 263463 Email: contracts@tdrmechserv.co.uk Web: www.home.btclick.com/tdrmechserv/ homepage Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1982 In-House: GIMV Contracted Out: ABCDEJKLNOPQRTUWXY

Total Heating & Electrical Ltd

TDR (Mechanical Services) Ltd

Hartlebury Buildings, Tansey Green Road, Brierley Hill, Dudley, West Midlands DY5 4TL Tel: 01384 263463 Fax: 01384 76245 Email: contracts@tdrmechserv.co.uk Website: www.tdrmechanicalservices.co.uk TDR (Mechanical Services) Ltd are a West Midlands based Building Services Contractor, who have been established since 1980. We undertake contracts for a broad range of clients, working on Public and Health authority projects of varying values from £1,000 to in excess of £1.25 million+, for both end client directly, and main contractors. We have a highly skilled, directly employed work force to ensure full continuity and accountability on site and are both flexible and responsive to client requirements. At TDR, we pride ourselves and focus on providing an exceptional service, to the highest of standards, which is commercially competitive.

TBS Mechanical & Electrical Design & Build Ltd 263 Alcester Road South, Kings Heath, Birmingham, West Midlands B14 6DT Tel: 0121 693 5575 Email: service@tbsmech.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1985 In-House: ABEGIJMNPRSZ Contracted Out: CDFKLOQTUVWXY Specialist Group: RACHP, SFG

Temperature Control Ltd

Unit 9, North Bank, Berry Hill Industrial Estate, Droitwich, Worcestershire WR9 9AU Tel: 01905 795016 Email: andrew@totalheatingelectrical.co.uk Web: www.totalheatingelectrical.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2008 In-House: DEGHIJKMSUWZ Contracted Out: ABCFLNTY

Trios Property Ltd

224-232 High Street, Erdington, Birmingham, West Midlands B23 6SJ Tel: 0121 377 5604 Email: rod.hall@triosgroup.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2008 In-House: ABGIMNSUZ Specialist Group: SFG

Turner Process & Mechanical Pipework Installatiom Specialists Ltd Unit F, The Wallows Industrial Estate, Wallows Road, Brierley Hill, West Midlands DY5 1QB Tel: 01384 480386 Email: scottturner@swturner.com Web: www.swturner.com Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2006 In-House: GKM

W W T Parker Group

24-28 Moor Street, Burton on Trent, Staffordshire DE14 3SX Tel: 01283 542661 Email: s.driscoll@wtparker.co.uk Web: www.wtparker.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2002 In-House: ABGIKMOVZ Contracted Out: CDEFHLNSTUWY Specialist Group: SFG

William Bailey Ltd (est 1919) Merlin Court, Ripley Road Ambergate, Derbyshire DE56 2EP Tel: 01773 853703 Fax: 01773 856930 Website: www.williambailey.co.uk

Vulcan House, Lode Lane Industrial Estate, Solihull, West Midlands B91 2JY Tel: 0121 711 4989 Email: richard.pocklington@temperaturecontrol.co.uk Web: www.temperaturecontrol.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1994 In-House: ABINSV Contracted Out: CDEFGHJKLMOTUYZ Specialist Group: RACHP

Total Extract Management Ltd 4005a Warstock Road, Birmingham, West Midlands B14 4ST Tel: 07852 908416 Email: chris@totalextract.co.uk Web: www.totalextract.co.uk Year Joined: 2016 In-House: T Specialist Group: RACHP, VHB

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YORKSHIRE Regional Manager: Neil Ashford 18 Greenhead Road, Utley, Keighley, West Yorkshire BD20 6EA Tel: 01535 661567 Email: neil.ashford@thebesa.com

BESA provides a free online search service (www.thebesa.com/find-a-besa-member) designed to make it easy and quick to find BESA member(s) that you require to deliver heating, ventilating, ductwork, facilities management, refrigeration, air conditioning, commissioning and maintenance services. The service allows users to search for a BESA member by radius (distance from the project site) and by region: most BESA members are willing to work outside their geographic location and will welcome your enquiry.

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Air conditioning Refrigeration / F Gas Ductwork - Sheet metal Ductwork - Plastics Local exhaust & Kitchen ventilation Indoor air quality Commercial heating & plumbing Domestic heating, plumbing, service & maintenance I Design & build J Pipework K Offsite prefabricated pipework / plant room L Underfloor heating M Commercial / industrial gas fitting N Renewable energy - Heat pumps O Renewable energy - Solar photovoltaics P Renewable energy - Solar thermal Q Renewable energy - Wind R Renewable energy - Biomass CHP S Facilities services & maintenance T Ductwork cleaning & vent hygiene U Automatic control systems V Commissioning / performance testing W Water treatment X Lloyds class 1 welding Y Fire protection engineering Z Electrical contracting

A A F Connell Ltd

1 Alfred Street, West Vale, Halifax, West Yorkshire HX4 8LT Tel: 01422 310400 Email: steve.parkin@afconnell.com Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2004 In-House: GHIJMNRZ Contracted Out: ABCDEFKLOPQSTUVWXY

ADM Systems

Fairfax House, Cottingley Business Park, Bingley, North Yorkshire BD16 1PE Tel: 01756 701051 Email: bev.myers@admsystems.co.uk Web: www.admsystems.co.uk Contract Size: 2 Year Joined: 2008 In-House: DEIV Specialist Group: DWG

Advanced Stainless Fabrication Ltd

Samson Works, Blagden Street, Sheffield S2 5QT Tel: 0114 272 3939 Email: alistair@asfmail.co.uk Web: www.kitchenextractioncanopy.co.uk Contract Size: 3 Year Joined: 2011 In-House: CDEI Specialist Group: DWG

Airedale Maintenance Services Ltd Unit 5 Woodside Court, Clayton Wood Rise, Leeds, West Yorkshire LS16 6RF Tel: 01943 871333 Email: adam.wider@amslimited.uk.com Web: www.airedale.uk.com Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2000 In-House: ABHLNSZ Contracted Out: CDEFGIJKMTUVWY Specialist Group: SFG

Airmaster Air Conditioning Ltd Wetherby House, Park Hill, Swallownest, Sheffield S26 4UN Tel: 0114 288 9911 Email: lisa@airmaster.uk.com Web: www.airmaster.uk.com Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2015 In-House: AEGIJNSW

Airtec Services (Yorkshire) Ltd SFG Service & Facilities Group RACHP Refrigeration, Air Conditioning & Heat Pump Group HAPS Heating & Plumbing Services Group DWG Ductwork Group VHB Ventilation Hygiene Branch

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Unit 20, Low Mill, Low Mill Lane, Ravensthorpe, West Yorkshire WF13 3LX Tel: 01924 495063 Email: ianwhitaker@airtecservices.co.uk Web: www.airtecservices.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2002 In-House: ABCENST

Alpha Plus Ltd

336 Coleford Road, Darnall, Sheffield S9 5PH Tel: 0114 243 3594 Email: gareth.lindley@alphaplusltd.co.uk Web: www.alphaplusltd.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1993 In-House: IJKRWX

Ambitemp (M & E) Ltd

Heritage Exchange, Wellington Mills, Wellington Street, Huddersfield, Yorkshire HD3 3HR Tel: 01484 485330 Email: w.jones@ambitemp.com Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2010 In-House: GHIMNOPQRZ Contracted Out: ABCDEFLSTUVWXY Specialist Group: HAPS

Aspro Maintenance Ltd

PO Box 718, Halifax, West Yorkshire HX1 9NE Tel: 01422 649114 Email: david@aspromaint.com Web: www.aspromaint.com Contract Size: 1 Year Joined: 2008 In-House: ABGISZ Contracted Out: FJKMUY Specialist Group: SFG

B Balfour Beatty Engineering Services Ltd

C Calder Building Services (UK) Ltd 4 Keighley Road, Ovenden, Halifax, West Yorkshire HX3 6QP Tel: 01422 383113 Email: david@calderbuild.com Web: www.calderbuild.com Contract Size: 3 Year Joined: 2009 In-House: BILSV Contracted Out: CENO Specialist Group: SFG

Carillion (AMBS) Ltd

The Square, 2 Broad Street, Castlegate, Sheffield S1 2BQ Tel: 01924 221733 Email: diane.mckeith@carillionplc.com Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 2013 In-House: ABGHILMQRSTUWYZ Contracted Out: CDEJNOPVX Specialist Group: SFG

CBRE Managed Services Ltd

Unit 1 Cliffe Park, Bruntcliffe Road, Morley, Leeds, West Yorkshire LS27 0RY Tel: 0113 259 7136 Email: ian.burgin@cbre.com Web: www.cbre.eu Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 1985 In-House: ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ Specialist Group: SFG

Centenary House, Carrwood Park, Selby Road, Leeds, West Yorkshire LS15 4LG Tel: 0113 821 3400 Email: phil.mcguire@balfourbeatty.com Web: www.balfourbeatty.com Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2009 In-House: GIJMNOPQRXZ Contracted Out: ABCDELSTUVWY Specialist Group: DWG, SFG

CDS Plumbing & Heating Ltd

Bilfinger Europa Facility Management Ltd

Unit 9, Elmfield Business Park, Garforth, Leeds, West Yorkshire LS25 2JY Tel: 01132 878380 Email: ryan.coates@clearwater.eu.com Web: www.clearwater.eu.com Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1995 In-House: FTVW Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Unit 4 Bruntcliffe Way, Leeds 27 Business Park, Morley, Leeds, West Yorkshire LS27 0LL Tel: 0113 210 3650 Email: paul.witter@bilfinger.com Year Joined: 2007 In-House: ABGMNSUZ Contracted Out: TVWY Specialist Group: SFG

Unit 10, Temple Street Factory Estate, Station Drive, Hull, East Yorkshire HU5 1AD Tel: 01482 346386 Email: cdservices@hotmail.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2012 In-House: GHM Specialist Group: HAPS

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CLG Mechanical & Electrical Contractors Ltd

Ghyllbeck House, Gill Lane, Yeadon, Leeds, West Yorkshire LS19 7SE Tel: 0113 391 0999 Email: carl@clg-projects.co.uk Web: www.clg-projects.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2006 In-House: GIMOPQR Contracted Out: ABCDENV Specialist Group: HAPS

F R Scott Ltd DCUK FM

1 Woodfield Road, Welwyn Garden City Hertfordshire AL7 1JQ Tel: 0870 112 9196 Fax: 0870 112 9197 Email: info@dcukfm.com Website: www.dcukfm.com

Climatix Group Ltd

Leeds East Airport, Church Fenton, Tadcaster, West Yorkshire LS24 9SE Tel: 08450 218208 Email: byron.ward@climatix-group.com Web: www.climatix-group.com Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2013 In-House: ABCDEGIJLMNSVW Contracted Out: FHKTUYZ

Complete Pipework Services Ltd

Unit 28 Shortwood Court, Shortwood Business Park, Hoyland, Barnsley, South Yorkshire S74 9LH Tel: 01226 281152 Email: geoffwaller@cpslimited.org Web: www.cpslimited.org Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2011 In-House: GHIJKMNOPQRV Contracted Out: ABCDEFLSTUWYZ

Crowther & Shaw Ltd

Unit 23, Ringway Centre, Beck Road, Huddersfield, West Yorkshire HD1 5DG Tel: 01484 352000 Email: m.gledhill@crowtherandshaw.co.uk Web: www.crowtherandshaw.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1992 In-House: ABGIMS Contracted Out: CDEFJKTUVWYZ Specialist Group: RACHP, SFG

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DCUK FM are leading experts in the decontamination of ventilation systems, ductwork cleaning, management, kitchen extract cleaning, asbestos removal and building refurbishment. We offer national coverage, with an experienced workforce mobilising from a number of locations across the UK. Health & Safety is a very serious issue, and one that DCUK FM prides itself on. We have been awarded with the RoSPA Award for 12 consecutive years. We have additionally been awarded with the Presidentâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Award and the British Safety Council International Safety Award for 5 successive years due to our commitment to our H&S Policy.

E The Bay House, Browgate, Baildon, West Yorkshire BD17 6BY Tel: 0844 335 6150 Email: a.iveson@elitegroupltd.co.uk Web: www.elitegroupltd.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2012 In-House: FGHIMNOPQSZ Contracted Out: ABCDEJKLRTUVWY Specialist Group: SFG

Eliteco Managed Services Ltd

Unit 4 ( 5 ) Hill Top Commercial Centre Houghley Lane, Bramley Leeds LS13 2DN Tel: 01132 570 887 Fax: 01132 573 981 Email: info@danimak.com Website: www.danimak.com Mechanical and Electrical Engineers specialising in the commercial, leisure and retail sectors.

Canning Street, Hull, East Yorkshire HU2 8QS Tel: 01482 324731 Email: shaun@frscott.co.uk Web: www.frscottheating.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 1983 In-House: GHJKMOPQRVWX Contracted Out: ABCDEFILNSTUYZ Specialist Group: SFG

Floway Pipe Services Ltd

Unit 5, Clayton Wood Close, Leeds, West Yorkshire LS16 6QE Tel: 0113 224 2033 Email: paul@floway.co.uk Web: www.floway.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1989 In-House: GJKMSV Contracted Out: ACDLTUWXZ

Fredshaw & Co Ltd

Victoria Buildings, Albert Street, Lockwood, Huddersfield, Yorkshire HD1 3PR Tel: 01484 422625 Email: howardrhodes@fshaw.co.uk Web: www.fredshaw.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1992 In-House: CEU Contracted Out: DSTV Specialist Group: DWG

G

The Bay House, Browgate, Baildon, West Yorkshire BD17 6BY Tel: 0844 335 6150 Email: a.iveson@elitegroupltd.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2012 In-House: ABGHJMNOPQSV Contracted Out: CDEFIKLRTUWYZ Specialist Group: SFG

Environmental Control Solutions Ltd

Unit 32, Commerce Court, Challenge Way, Bradford, West Yorkshire BD4 8NW Tel: 01274 666647 Email: julie@environmentalcontrolsolutions.co.uk Web: www.environmentalcontrolsolutions.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2009 In-House: ABHINVZ Contracted Out: EGMTW Specialist Group: RACHP

Unit 44, Nortonthorpe Mills, Wakefield Road, Scissett, Huddersfield, Yorkshire HD8 9LA Tel: 01484 863055 Email: psnaith@gegriffiths.co.uk Web: www.gegriffiths.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 1990 In-House: DGHIJKLMNOPQRSUVWYZ Contracted Out: ACEFT Specialist Group: HAPS

George Boulter & Co Ltd

53 Barkly Road, Beeston, Leeds, West Yorkshire LS11 7ER Tel: 0113 270 5122 Email: george.boulter@btinternet.com Web: www.georgeboulter.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 1953 In-House: CEIX Specialist Group: DWG

Greenhill Air Conditioning Ltd Unit 21, Lucas Works, Dronfield, Derbyshire S18 2GG Tel: 01246 410510 Email: pete@greenhillaircon.co.uk Web: www.greenhillaircon.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2000 In-House: ABINSX Contracted Out: CTUVZ Specialist Group: HAPS, RACHP

H H & J Hitchen Ltd

G & H Building Services Ltd

Elite Building Services Engineering Ltd

DANIMAK Limited

G E Griffiths Ltd

Firlands Mill, South Parade, Pudsy, Leeds, West Yorkshire LS28 8AD Tel: 0113 255 6433 Email: stevefletcher@ghbs.me Web: www.ghbuildingservices.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2001 In-House: CEGIJKMZ Contracted Out: ABDFLNUVWY

G & H Maintenance Ltd

Firlands Mill, South Parade, Pudsey, Leeds, West Yorkshire LS28 8AD Tel: 0113 255 6433 Email: stevefletcher@ghbs.me Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2010 In-House: ABGIJMNPRSTUVWZ Contracted Out: CDEFKLY Specialist Group: SFG

G & H Sustainability Ltd

Firlands Mill, South Parade, Pudsey, Leeds, West Yorkshire LS28 8AD Tel: 0113 255 6433 Email: stevefletcher@ghbs.me Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2011 In-House: IRX Contracted Out: NOPQV Specialist Group: DWG

G B Air Control Ltd

Unit 14a & 14b, Moderna Business Park, Mytholmroyd, Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire HX7 5QQ Tel: 01422 883761 Email: sales@gbaircontrol.co.uk Web: www.gbaircontrol.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2007 In-House: ABFINTVX

9 North Street, West Yale, Halifax, West Yorkshire HX4 8DQ Tel: 01422 373742 Email: hughie@handjhitchen.co.uk Contract Size: 1 Year Joined: 2008 In-House: ABZ Specialist Group: RACHP

H F Brown & Son Ltd

Portland Works, Main Street, Hemingbrough, Selby, North Yorkshire YO8 6QF Tel: 01757 638262 Email: nick@hfbrown.com Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1977 In-House: GHILMPRVW Contracted Out: UZ Specialist Group: HAPS

H Pickup Mechanical & Electrical Services Ltd

Durham House, Lower Clark Street, Scarborough, North Yorkshire YO12 7PW Tel: 01723 369191 Email: ken@hpickup.co.uk Web: www.hpickup.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 1919 In-House: DGHIKLMNRSVZ Contracted Out: ABCEFTUWY Specialist Group: HAPS

Hargreaves

Unit F4, Copley Trading Estate, Whitehall Road, Leeds, West Yorkshire LS12 1HE Tel: 01132 341971 Email: ld.manage@mw-hargreaves.net Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 1951 In-House: CIKVXY Contracted Out: ADEJLTUWZ Specialist Group: DWG

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Hazell-Richards Ltd

49 Grosvenor Street, Hull, East Yorkshire HU3 1RU Tel: 01482 348911 Email: colin@hrlaircon.co.uk Web: www.hrlairconditioning Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2011 In-House: ABGHIJM Contracted Out: CDEKLNOPQRSTUVWYZ

HCS Mechanical Services

2 Moxon Court, Thurston Road, Northallerton, North Yorkshire DL6 2NG Tel: 01609 772001 Email: pat@clarkesheating.co.uk Web: www.clarkesheating.co.uk Contract Size: 3 Year Joined: 2003 In-House: GHM Contracted Out: ABE Specialist Group: SFG

Heating & Pipework Installations (Leeds) Ltd

Unit 2, Gloucester Court, Gloucester Terrace, Leeds, West Yorkshire LS12 2ER Tel: 0113 263 0318 Email: mswindells@hpistoke.co.uk Web: www.hpibuildingservices.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1983 In-House: GMR Contracted Out: ABCDEILNOPQSTUVWYZ

Hensall Mechanical Services Ltd Roall Hall, Roall Lane, Eggborough, North Yorkshire DN14 0NA Tel: 01977 661318 Email: cbond@hensall.com Web: www.hensall.com Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1981 In-House: ABGHIJKLMNSZ Contracted Out: CDEFOPQRTUVWY

I Imtech Engineering Services Central Ltd

RCM Business Centres, Sandbeds Trading Estate, Dewsbury Road, Ossett, West Yorkshire WF5 9ND Tel: 01924 277880 Email: daniel.ball@imtech.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 2003

Integral UK Ltd

Queens Street, Stourton, Leeds, West Yorkshire LS10 1SL Tel: 01132 728950 Email: steve.johnson@integral.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2005 In-House: ABGHKMNSYZ Contracted Out: CDEFIJLOPQRTUVWX Specialist Group: RACHP

Integrated Laboratory Services Ltd Unit 2 (Ivy), New York Mills, Thomas Gill Road, Summerbridge, Harrogate, North Yorkshire HG3 4LA Tel: 01423 781101 Email: sales@fumecupboards-direct.com Web: www.fumecupboards-direct.com Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2002 In-House: DEI Contracted Out: X Specialist Group: DWG

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JCH Fabrications Ltd

LABcheck UK Ltd

Unit 9 - 10 Lessarna Court, Bowling Back Lane, Bradford, West Yorkshire BD4 8ST Tel: 01274 739446 Email: sales@jchfabrications.co.uk Contract Size: 3 Year Joined: 2010 In-House: CEGS Specialist Group: DWG

John Wright Electrical & Mechanical Services Ltd Unit 1, Common Road, Dunnington, York YO19 5PD Tel: 01904 424114 Email: d.middleton@johnwrightelectrical.co.uk Web: www.johnwrightelectrical.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2009 In-House: GHM

K K Binks (Heating) Ltd

Environment House, Witty Street, Hull, East Yorkshire HU3 4BH Tel: 01482 328979 Email: pk@binksheating.com Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1966 In-House: GILMSUVWZ Contracted Out: OPR Specialist Group: HAPS, SFG

Key Electrical Contractors & Storefitters Ltd

Unit 5 C Roundwood Industrial Estate, Ossett, West Yorkshire WF5 9SQ Tel: 01924 268648 Email: tom.ohara@keyelectrical.biz Web: www.keyelectrical.biz Year Joined: 2016 In-House: AGM Contracted Out: X Specialist Group: HAPS

Kitchen Hygiene Cleaning Services Ltd Unit B7, Chamberlain Business Centre, Chamberlain Road, Hull, East Yorkshire HU8 8HL Tel: 01482 212955 Email: admin@khcsltd.com Contract Size: 3 Year Joined: 2012 In-House: ET Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Knight Engineers Ltd

Bramble Croft, Howden Road, Silsden, Keighley, West Yorkshire BD20 0JB Tel: 08456 204422 Email: simon@knightengineers.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2010 In-House: ABDFGHILMNSTU Contracted Out: CEKWYZ Specialist Group: RACHP

Mitton Mechanical Services Ltd

c/o Space Projects UK Ltd, The Old Scotney Building, Air Street, off Sculcoates Lane, Hull, East Yorkshire HU5 1RR Tel: 01482 606433 Email: rick@labcheck.co.uk Web: www.labcheck.co.uk Contract Size: 3 Year Joined: 2009 In-House: CDEFGHJKLMUWYZ Contracted Out: X Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Lilleker Bros Ltd

30 Moorgate Road, Rotherham S60 2AG Tel: 01709 374073 Email: lee.colville@lillekerbros.com Web: www.lillekerbros.com Year Joined: 2015 In-House: G Specialist Group: HAPS

Mackenzie House, 451 Cleckheaton Road, Low Moor, Bradford, Yorkshire BD12 0HS Tel: 01274 691177 Email: neil.burns@mittonmechanical.com Web: www.mittonmechanical.com Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1965 In-House: GHIJKLMOPRSUV Contracted Out: ABCDEFTWXYZ Specialist Group: SFG

N N & P Climate Control Ltd

Unit 4, Merrick Street, Hull, East Yorkshire HU9 1NF Tel: 01482 219599 Email: neil@nandp.uk.net Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2009 In-House: ABCDGHINOSTUV Contracted Out: XYZ

N G Bailey Ltd

M M Bielby Ltd

4 Cave Street, Hull, East Yorkshire HU5 2TZ Tel: 01482 342653 Email: danial@mbielby.com Web: www.mbielby.com Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 1966 In-House: GHMNOPQRSVW Contracted Out: ABCDEFIKLTUYZ Specialist Group: SFG

M G Murphy Ltd

49 Kingston Road, Willerby, Hull, East Yorkshire HU10 6AD Tel: 01482 659140 Email: plumb@acorn4.karoo.co.uk Web: www.mgmurphy.co.uk Contract Size: 3 Year Joined: 2011 In-House: GHILMUV Contracted Out: CDJNXZ Specialist Group: HAPS

Machenair Ltd

Machenair House, Wakefield Road, Ossett, West Yorkshire WF5 9LB Tel: 0845 2914005 Email: brad.vaughan@machenair.co.uk Web: www.machenair.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2000 In-House: ABCDEGHIJKMRT Contracted Out: LNOPQSUVWXYZ Specialist Group: DWG, RACHP

Mansfield Pollard & Co Ltd

Edward House, Parry Lane, Bradford, West Yorkshire BD4 8TL Tel: 01274 774050 Email: pdresser@mansfieldpollard.co.uk Web: www.mansfieldpollard.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1983 In-House: ABCDEFIJKOPQRTUV Contracted Out: GHLMNSWYZ Specialist Group: DWG

MAP Ventilation Ltd

Unit 1, Hanwiz House, Milner Way, Wakefield, West Yorkshire WF5 9JF Tel: 01924 278175 Email: john.medley@mapventilation.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2009 In-House: CDEISTV

Denton Hall, Ilkley, West Yorkshire LS29 0HH Tel: 01943 601933 Email: sophie.priestley@ngbailey.co.uk Web: www.ngbailey.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 1983 In-House: GIJKMOPRSUVXZ Contracted Out: CDEFHLTWY

N G Bailey Ltd

7 Brown Lane West, Leeds, West Yorkshire LS12 6EH Tel: 0113 234 3443 Email: paul.beeton@ngbailey.co.uk Web: www.ngbailey.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 1983 In-House: GIJKMOPRSUVXZ Contracted Out: CDEFHLTWY

N G Bailey Ltd

7 Brown Lane West, Leeds, West Yorkshire LS12 6EH Tel: 0113 234 3443 Email: mick.geeson@ngbailey.co.uk Web: www.baileymaintenance.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1983 In-House: ABFHIKOPRSUVYZ Contracted Out: CDET Specialist Group: SFG

P Phoenix Mechanical Services Ltd 44 Wilson Street, Sheffield S3 8DD Tel: 0114 273 0737 Email: admin@pms-sheffield.co.uk Web: www.pms-sheffield.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1991 In-House: JKMRW Contracted Out: X

Proctor Heating Services Ltd

Culvert House, 4 Whiting Street, Sheffield S8 9QR Tel: 0114 258 6321 Email: mark@proctorheating.com Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1988 In-House: GHIMPRV Contracted Out: ACDE


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Quality Environmental Services Ltd

S & R Cleaning Ltd

Unit 8, Neepsend Industrial Estate, 80 Parkwood Road, Sheffield S3 8AG Tel: 0114 272 8838 Email: dave@qualityenvironmental.co.uk Web: www.qualityenvironmental.co.uk Contract Size: 3 Year Joined: 2014 In-House: FT Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

R

Sparks Mechanical Services Ltd

Hamilton House, Cemetary Road, Bradford, West Yorkshire BD8 9TB Tel: 01274 362 706 Email: info@sandrcleaning.co.uk Web: www.sandrcleaning.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2012 In-House: EST Contracted Out: ABCM Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

S R Black Plumbing & Heating Ltd

R H Environmental Services 21 Bank Crest, Baildon, Shipley, West Yorkshire BD17 5HB Tel: 01274 426728 Email: tech@rh-es.co.uk Web: www.rh-es.co.uk Contract Size: 3 Year Joined: 2007 In-House: ABNS Contracted Out: X Specialist Group: RACHP

R N Mechanical Ltd

35 Spennithorne Road, Mill Lane, Skellow, Doncaster, South Yorkshire DN6 8PF Tel: 01302 723566 Email: richard@rnmechanical.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 2005 In-House: ABGIKMVW Contracted Out: CDELNRTUXYZ Specialist Group: HAPS

R Nightingale Ltd

The Old Bank, 2 Westbourne Grove, Scarborough, North Yorkshire YO11 2DJ Tel: 0172 3370399 Email: ricknightingale@aol.com Web: www.nightingale.co.uk Year Joined: 2013 In-House: CDETV Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

R V H M. Ltd

Facilities House, 20 Main Street, Hull, East Yorkshire HU2 0LA Tel: 01482 661276 Email: dean@rvhm.com Web: www.rvhm.com Contract Size: 4 Year Joined: 2001 In-House: ABETVW Contracted Out: CDM Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Rotary Yorkshire Ltd

Spa Industrial Estate, 4-5 Buslingthorpe Green, Meanwood Road, Leeds, West Yorkshire LS7 2HG Tel: 0113 262 0911 Email: paul.barrow@rotarygroup.com Web: www.hastiegroup.com.au/ rotarygroupunitedkingdom Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 2002 In-House: FGHIJKMOPQRVYZ Contracted Out: ABCDELNSTUW

Freightliner Road, Hull, East Yorkshire HU3 4UW Tel: 01482 589010 Email: stuart@srblack.com Web: www.srblack.com Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2010 In-House: HLW Contracted Out: I Specialist Group: HAPS

Sayes & Co Ltd

Richardshaw Road, Stanningley, Pudsey, Leeds, West Yorkshire LS28 6BR Tel: 0113 257 8411 Email: nick.jackson@sayesltd.com Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1941 In-House: ABGHIJKMNRSV Contracted Out: CDELOPQTUWZ Specialist Group: RACHP, SFG

Sayes Service Ltd

Richardshaw Road, Stanningley, Pudsey, Leeds, West Yorkshire LS28 6BR Tel: 0113 257 8411 Email: nick.jackson@sayesltd.com Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2006 In-House: ABGHIMNRSUVWZ Contracted Out: CET Specialist Group: SFG

Seba (UK) Ltd

Oval House, 1a Oulton Lane, Rothwell, Leeds, West Yorkshire LS26 0EA Tel: 0113 288 7986 Email: ross@seba-uk.com Web: www.seba-uk.com Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 2014 In-House: CEGHJKLMNOPQR Contracted Out: ABDFISTUVWYZ

SES (Engineering Services) Ltd

Mill Mount Lodge, Mill Mount, York YO24 1GH Tel: 01904 629151 Email: sjoyce@ses-ltd.co.uk Web: www.ses-ltd.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 1976 In-House: ABCDEGHIMNOPQRSTV Contracted Out: FJKLUWYZ

Sonder Heating & Ventilation Ltd Unit 52, Holme Bank Mills, Station Road, Mirfield, West Yorkshire WF14 8NA Tel: 01924 480856 Email: sbenge@sonderheating.com Web: www.sonderheating.com Contract Size: 3 Year Joined: 1999 In-House: DEGHMSTV Contracted Out: ABC Specialist Group: SFG

Sparks Mechanical Services, New Hey Road, Huddersfield, Yorkshire HD3 4BU Tel: 01484 460329 Email: graham.wilkinson@sparksms.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 1969 In-House: ABNSZ

SSE Contracting Ltd

North Region, Unit 4 Astley Lane Industrial Estate, Astley Lane, Swillington, Leeds, West Yorkshire LS26 8XT Tel: 0113 276 5151 Email: james.collins@ssecontracting.com Contract Size: 8 Year Joined: 2013 In-House: EGHIJMNOPQRSUVWZ Contracted Out: ABCDFKLTXY Specialist Group: SFG

T

W Watsons Building Services Ltd Watson House, Howden Road, Silsden, Keighley, West Yorkshire BD20 0HD Tel: 01535 652338 Email: stuart@watsonsbs.com Web: www.watsonsbs.com Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1990 In-House: ABGHIJKMNSV Contracted Out: CDEFLOPQRTUWYZ

Wright Bros Partnership Ltd

City Heating Works, Waverley Road, Darnall, Sheffield S9 4PL Tel: 0114 244 1807 Email: steve.foster@wright-brothers.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 1960 In-House: GJMSUX Contracted Out: A Specialist Group: SFG

T Clarke Leeds Ltd

Low Hall Road, Horsforth, Leeds, West Yorkshire LS18 4EF Tel: 0113 258 6711 Email: andy.meadley@tclarke.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Year Joined: 1999 In-House: ABEGJMNSVZ Contracted Out: CDIKLOPQRTUWXY

Temperature Control Ltd

Office 44, Sugar Mill, 432 Dewsbury Road, Leeds, West Yorkshire LS11 7DF Tel: 0113 395 6920 Email: steve.grundy@temperaturecontrol.co.uk Web: www.temperaturecontrol.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Year Joined: 1994 In-House: ABINSV Contracted Out: CDEFGHJKLMOTUXYZ Specialist Group: RACHP

The Duct Cleaning Co Ltd

123 Eighth Avenue, Bridlington, East Yorkshire YO15 2LY Tel: 01262 679030 Email: rob@theductcleaningcompany.co.uk Web: www.theductcleaningcompany.co.uk Contract Size: 2 Year Joined: 2014 In-House: ET Contracted Out: X Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

TWO Services Ltd

Brooklands Court, Tunstall Road, Leeds, West Yorkshire LS11 5HL Tel: 01268 727603 Email: margarita@two-services.com Contract Size: 5 Year Joined: 2006 In-House: ST Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

V Ventilation Cleaning Services Ltd

Unit 1, Hanwiz House, Milner Way, Wakefield, West Yorkshire WF5 9JF Tel: 01924 261989 Email: nicola.hardaker@vcservices.uk.com Contract Size: 3 Year Joined: 2009 In-House: T Contracted Out: X

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BESA MEMBERS - INDEX An alphabetical index of BESA member companies

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BESA MEMBERS

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An alphabetical index of BESA member companies

269


BESA MEMBERS

INDEX

0-9 21 Degrees Ltd North East

21st Century Contracts Ltd Eastern Counties

24Seven Companies Ltd Eastern Counties

360 Engineering Ltd South East

Accurate Cooling Services Ltd South East

Accurate Mechanical Services Ltd South East

South West

A & M Industrial Cleaning Ltd South East

A & V Projects Ltd South East

A C Air Systems Ltd North West

ACP Environmental Ltd

238

ACS Wade Ltd

Airsol Service Co Ltd

Action Air Conditioning Ltd

Airtec Services (Yorkshire) Ltd

London 208 250

ADM Systems

238

Advanced 2000 Ltd

Yorkshire 264 South East

239

238

Advanced Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Ltd

238

Advanced Control Solutions Ltd

222

Advanced Energy Management Services Ltd

238

A C R London Ltd

London 208

South East

239

ADC Environmental Services Ltd

London 208

A C Wilgar Ltd

202

Wales 256

North West South East

238 238 238

222 239

Scotland 232

Advanced Stainless Fabrication Ltd

South East

250

Wales 256

A C Preou Ltd

Scotland 232

Absolute Mechanical Ltd Eastern Counties

ABW Heating Ltd South East

222 202 238

Accent Services (AC) Ltd

London 208

Accolade Building Services Ltd South East

238

South East

Airway Solutions Ltd North West

AJR ECO Ltd

Eastern Counties

Alan Gray Heating & Plumbing Ltd Eastern Counties

Alan Manchip Electrical South West

239 222 202 202 250

Eastern Counties

APPM Contracts Ltd East Midlands

Aquatonics UK Ltd South West

Aquavent Environmental Services Ltd West Midlands

Arcade UK Ltd East Midlands

198

All Seasons Climate Control Ltd

Ashford Air Conditioning Ltd

198

All-Clean Environmental Services Ltd

East Midlands East Midlands

London 208

West Midlands

Air Improve Ltd

North West

Anglia Boiler Maintenance Ltd

North West

Arthur Pollard Ltd

London 208

A1R Services Ltd

Absolute Cool Heat Ltd

Airtemp AC Ltd

All Seasons Air Conditioning Services Ltd

Scotland 232

238

Andrews Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Ltd

Wales 256

Wales 256

Aim Mechanical Services Ltd

South East South West

Air Management Solutions Ltd South West

Air Quality Services Ltd South East

Air Ref Ltd South East

Aircare

Eastern Counties

London 209 Scotland 232 Northern Ireland

228

Scotland 232 London 209 London 209 London 209 South East

Allcool (NW) Ltd North West

All-Duct Cleaning Services Northern Ireland

239 222 228

South East

Eastern Counties

South East

East Midlands South East

ASJ Facilities Building Management Ltd West Midlands

Askew Refrigeration Services Ltd North West

Aspect Maintenance Services Ltd South East

260 239

Allied Mechanical Services Ltd

Aspro Maintenance Ltd

239 250

Almac Engineering (Air Conditioning) Ltd

Assential Clean Ltd

Alpha Plus Ltd

Associated Pipework (SE) Ltd

Eastern Counties

Wales 256 Yorkshire 264

Altertherm Air Conditioning Ltd 239 239 202

202

North West

Altiga Ltd

West Midlands

Amark Pipe Services Ltd South West

222 260 250

South East

West Midlands

Assure Services NI Ltd Northern Ireland

Assured Cleaning Services Ltd North West

Atherton & Partners Ltd North West

Aircon Services

Ambitemp (M & E) Ltd

Atmosphere Air Conditioning Ltd

Ambivent Facilities Management Ltd

Aura Construction Ltd

South East

Airconaire Ltd South East

Aircover Ltd

East Midlands

239 239 198

218

Yorkshire 264 East Midlands

Ambivent Ltd East Midlands

198 198

250 260 198 239 202

239

198 239 260 222 239 239

260

London 209

Ambient Air Conditioning UK Ltd North East

198

Yorkshire 264

Airco Developments Ltd

Scotland 232

202

Scotland 232

Aspen A.C. Ltd

Wales 256

222

London 209

Allied Mechanical Engineering Ltd

250

198

Airtech Ventilation Ltd

Arthur McKay Building Services

South East

South East

East Midlands

All Comfort Solutions Ltd

AET Extraction Ltd

Air Cool Engineering Systems Ltd

AB Refrigeration Contracting Ltd

Andrew Engineering Ltd

Arnold James (St Albans) Ltd

A Tech Heating Ltd

238

222

Scotland 232

222

North West

Air Control & Development Ltd

South East

North West

Anderson Floor Warming Ltd

All Cleaned Up (Scotland)

Wales 256

238

Airtech Cooling Services Ltd

London 209

Aerocool Ltd

A T Services Ltd

AAC Mechanical Services Ltd

Yorkshire 264

Anden Environmental Services Ltd

Wales 256

Scotland 232

South East

222

Argent FM Ltd

Air Conditioning Systems Wales Ltd

AAC (Services) Southern Ltd

North West

Wales 256

Alexander Rankin & Son Ltd

A M Air Conditioning Ltd

238

Amser Building Services Ltd

Wales 256

AER Cymru Cyf

A G O'Malley Ltd

South East

Airpro Systems (Holdings)

London 208

Air Conditioning Projects Ltd

198

Amroc Heating Services Ltd

Wales 256

202

London 209

Airmaster Air Conditioning Ltd

Yorkshire 264

222

Amey Mechanical & Electrical Services Ltd

Arcus Solutions Ltd

Advent Ductwork Systems Ltd

Air Conditioning & Chiller Co Ltd

East Midlands

218

Eastern Counties

Alba Facilities Services Ltd

Yorkshire 264

A F Connell Ltd

London 208

North East

239

Arctic-Aircon Ltd

Air Ability Ltd

Yorkshire 264

Airite Designs (N.E.) Ltd

North West

ALB Building Services Ltd

A Clean Services Ltd

Wales 256

270

South East

A C L Engineering Ltd

A C Wilgar Ltd

South East

202

Eastern Counties

Advanced Refrigeration

South East

Ames Air Conditioning Ltd

Acorn Pressurisation Services

South West

London 208

A C Solutions Group Ltd

Airflow Design Services Ltd

202

A C Direct Ltd South East

Ameon Ltd

Yorkshire 264

Ace General Engineering (Cornwall) Ltd

A & R Mechanical & Electrical Contractors Ltd South East

239

Airedale Maintenance Services Ltd

218

A A & H Duct Cleaning Services

239

228 222 222

Atlas Air Conditioning Ltd

Scotland 232 East Midlands South East

Austin (Heating & Air Conditioning) Ltd South West

198 239 250


BESA MEMBERS

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B B & F Mechanical Services Ltd Eastern Counties

B & H Plumbing & Heating Services Ltd South West

B & P Buswell Ltd South West

B J McGrath Plumbing & Heating Northern Ireland

B M Air Ltd South East

B Tremlett Plumbing & Heating Northern Ireland

Blu Diamond Services Ltd

London 209

Blue Cooling Ltd North West 202

Blue Flame Gas Services Ltd

251

Boon Building Services Ltd

228

Booth & Bomford (Evesham) Ltd

239

Borahurst Ltd

London 209 Eastern Counties

South East

Boostfine Ltd

Bailes & Kidley Ltd Balcomm Ltd

London 209

251

228

202

Balfour Beatty Engineering Services Ltd

South West South East

Bridge Facilities Engineers Ltd

Battledore Ltd South East

Bay Building Services Ltd North West

Baystar Energy Efficient Systems South East

222 240

Wales 257

Beacon Group Ltd

London 209

Beaumont Service Scotland Ltd

Scotland 232 South East

Bestaire Conditioning Ltd South West

Beta Group Ltd North West

240 251 223

BFL Electrical Ltd

Wales 257

BHW Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Ltd South East

240

Bilfinger Europa Facility Management Ltd

East Midlands 199 London 209 South East 240 South West 251 Yorkshire 264

Bishop Shrink Fitting Ltd

South East

East Midlands East Midlands

Eastern Counties

Britannia Kitchen Ventilation Ltd West Midlands

Britchards Ltd South West

228 199

Blantyre Park Services Ltd

Scotland 232 Scotland 233

203

Scotland 233

Eastern Counties

C M Oxendale Ltd North West

199

202 260 251

London 209

BSW Building Services Ltd South East

240

BSW Heating Ltd

London 209

BTU (Installation & Maintenance ) Ltd South East

Buckler Environmental Services Ltd South East

Building Controls Specialists Ltd East Midlands South East

240 240

South East

Eastern Counties

Cambridge Office Environments Ltd Eastern Counties

Burwell Maintenance Ltd Eastern Counties

Celsius Air Conditioning Ltd Celsius Solutions Ltd Centurion Air Conditioning Ltd Chadwell Construction Ltd Charleson Building Services Ltd

Capri Mechanical Services Ltd Eastern Counties

203

Chillforce Ltd

203

Chris Bowker Ltd

203

London 210 North East 218 North West 223 West Midlands 260 Yorkshire 264

CAS FM Ltd North West

London 210

240

Cavendish (UK) Ltd

South West

260

London 210

Cavendish Engineers Ltd

London 210

203 223 260 240 203 223 229 261 251

223 251

Claremore Mechanical Services Ltd

London 210

Clean & Gleam (Midlands) Ltd West Midlands

Clean Air Group East Midlands

Clean Sweep (North East) Ltd North East

Cleanair UK Air Hygiene Specialists LLP Cleaning Concerns Cleansafe Services (UK) Ltd Clear Managed Services Ltd Clearground Ltd North West

203

Catering Hygiene Specialists Ltd West Midlands

Clancy Building Services Ltd

West Midlands

Scotland 233 Eastern Counties

North West

South East 223

203

Scotland 233

South West 260

CAS Hire

Cascade Systems (UK) Ltd

South West

South East

London 210 West Midlands

Chillaire Ltd

Chiller Technical Solutions Ltd

Carillion (AMBS) Ltd

Carter Synergy Ltd

CHC Group Ltd

240

Scotland 233

Caterquip Ventilation Ltd

203

Eastern Counties

West Midlands

Campbells Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Ltd

199

Scotland 233

Ceilite Airconditioning Ltd

Northern Ireland

Cartel (London) Ltd 223

Eastern Counties

Caledonian Heating & Plumbing Ltd

Brothwell Irvine Ltd North West

Ceetech Ltd

North West

Scotland 233

240

Yorkshire 264

Calder Building Services (UK) Ltd

Yorkshire 264

240

CDS Plumbing & Heating Ltd

Eastern Counties

Cadogan Building Services Ltd

London 209

Bruntwood Management Services

South East

South East

Carillion Services

251

CCT Pipefreezing Ltd

West Midlands 223

Wales 257 South West

South East

North West 203

London 209

Cambridge Maintenance Services Ltd 199

223

C N C Heating Ltd

Calibre Building Services Ltd

Britewater Ltd

Burnnawn Services Ltd

Blitz Group Ltd

240

Bright Hygiene Management (London) Ltd

Blackbourne Ltd East Midlands

223

East Midlands 199 Eastern Counties 202 London 209 North West 223 South West 251 West Midlands 260

Burgate Plumbing & Heating Ltd

Blandfords LLP

240

Northern Ireland 228 Scotland 233

London 209 Northern Ireland

223

Briggs & Forrester Engineering Services Ltd 240

Eastern Counties

C Caswell Engineering Services Ltd

Brankin Engineering Ltd

Briggs & Forrester (Special Projects) Ltd

BBHS Ltd

Bennett Mechanical Services Ltd

South East

Briggs & Forrester (MEP) Ltd

198

240

London 209

Barrier Air Conditioning Ltd

East Midlands

C & L Facilities Ltd

240

C & M Environmental Ltd

Bouygues E&S FM UK Ltd

London 209

Batecool Refrigeration Ltd

South East

C H Lindsey & Son Ltd

North West

239

Wales 257

C & I Controls

Scotland 233 South East 240 South West 251 West Midlands 260 Yorkshire 264

CBS Maintenance Services Ltd

C & G Mechanical Ltd

Boulting Environmental Services Ltd

Bridge Extraction Systems Ltd

South East

Wales 257

North West

North West

CBRE Managed Services Ltd

C & F Electrics Ltd

Wales 257

Bancroft Ltd

239

251

Bordervent Ltd

Bower Fuller

Barrow & Brooks Ltd

240

London 209

London 209 North East 218 Scotland 232 South West 251 West Midlands 260 Yorkshire 264

South East

223

C

261 199 218 240 251 240 261 223

Clearwater Technology Ltd

North West 223 Northern Ireland 229 Scotland 233 South East 240 South West 251 West Midlands 261 Yorkshire 264

CLG Mechanical & Electrical Contractors Ltd

Yorkshire 265

Climate Engineering Solutions Ltd

CBES Ltd

London 210

CBRE Managed Services Ltd

North West

Scotland 233 London 210 North West 223

Climate Mechanical Services Ltd Climatic Engineering Ltd South West

223 251

271


BESA MEMBERS

INDEX

Climatix Group Ltd

Cool Solution Refrigeration Ltd

CMB Bristol Ltd

Cool Systems Holdings Ltd

Yorkshire 265 South West

251

CMB Engineering

Wales 257

South East

Cooltech Building Services Ltd South East

Cool-Therm (Holdings) Ltd

CMB Renewables Ltd

Wales 257

South West

CMB West Ltd

Cool-Therm (UK) Ltd

Wales 257

South West

CMK Mechanical Services Ltd

Cool-Therm (Wales) Ltd

Northern Ireland

Coga Ltd

Eastern Counties

229

North West

Cooper & Brome (Contracts) Ltd

East Midlands 199 Scotland 233 West Midlands 261

Eastern Counties

Combi-Vent Engineering Ltd

Corrigenda Ltd (Trading as Churches)

North West

Comfort Building Services Ltd South East

Comfort Service & Maintenance Ltd South East

Commercial Hydronic Systems Ltd South East

Commercial Hygiene Services Ltd Eastern Counties

Commercial Maintenance Services UK Ltd North East

223 241 241 241 203 218

Cooper & Brome (Plumbing & Heating) Ltd Eastern Counties South East

Court Services (Southern) Ltd South East

CPL Heating & Plumbing Ltd North West

CPL Service Response Ltd West Midlands

CPS Building Services Ltd Eastern Counties

Commissioning Operation & Training Services Ltd

Cromwell Engineering Ltd

Compass Contract Services (UK) Ltd

Crown Deepclean Ltd

Scotland 233 South East

Complete Cooling Services Ltd East Midlands

Complete Facilities Solutions Ltd South East

Complete HVAC Services Ltd South East

241 199 241 241

London 210

Complete Pipework Services Ltd

Yorkshire 265 Northern Ireland

229

Comyn Ching & Co (Solray) Ltd

Wales 257

Condair plc

London 210

Conditioned Air Technology Ltd North West

Constant Air Systems Ltd South East

Constant Cooling Ltd Eastern Counties

223 241 203

Contract Energy Management Ltd

London 210

Contract Ventilation Services Ltd South East

Controlled Air Solutions Ltd North West

Cooks Plumbing & Heating Ltd South West

241 223 251

Cool & Easy

Scotland 233

Cool Heat Services Ltd Eastern Counties

251

223 203 203 241

East Midlands South East

East Midlands

241 223 261

203

D T Oracz Ltd North West

D.C.I. Refrigeration & Electrical Ltd South East

D.C.S.

North West

DAE Mechanical Services Ltd East Midlands

Dancold

South West

Danimak Ltd

Eastern Counties

224 199 251 203

David Anderson Plumbing & Heating Services Ltd Northern Ireland

Deepclean Hygiene Solutions Ltd West Midlands

229 261

Deepclean Scotland

Scotland 233

Degrees of Comfort South East

241

Delatim Ltd

London 210

Delron Services Ltd South East

241

Design Installation Service Ltd

199

Devlin Mechanical Ltd

241

241

London 210

Derry Building Services Ltd

Yorkshire 265

224

Darenth Valley Building Services Ltd

199

Crowther & Shaw Ltd South East

Scotland 233

Delta T Mechanical & Electrical Ltd

North West 223 Scotland 233 South East 241 Wales 257 West Midlands 261

Crowthorne Heating Co Ltd

D S Clean

203

Crown House Technologies

Complete Mechanical Solutions Ltd

Compliance & Environmental Services Ltd

251

Scotland 233

Cristalair Air Conditioning

223

241

Corton Clean

Commissioning & Maintenance Services Ltd North West

241

Wales 257

Coolwell Air Conditioning 203

Combined Energy Solutions Ltd

272

Wales 257

Eastern Counties East Midlands South West

Northern Ireland

Dewco Ltd South East

Diamond Facilities Support Ltd West Midlands

Dixon Mechanical Services Ltd South East

DMA Maintenance Ltd South East

Crystal Refrigeration

DMA Mechanical & Air Conditioning Ltd

London 210

South East

Crystal Sigma Ltd

DMG Delta Ltd

241 204 199 251 229

E E & B Group Ltd South East

E & S Heating & Ventilation Ltd South East

E A C Services Ltd South East

E J Heating & Eng Co Ltd South West

242 242 242 251

E Poppleton & Son Ltd

Wales 257

East Kirkby Engineering Co Ltd East Midlands

199

East West Connect Ltd

London 210

Eastern Fabrications Building Services Ltd Eastern Counties

Eastwood Air Conditioning Ltd West Midlands

Easy Clean Contractors Ltd East Midlands

204 261 199

Easy Heat Systems Ltd

Scotland 233

Eaton Air Ltd

London 211

Eaton-Williams Group Ltd South East West Midlands

ECE Cleaning Services Ltd South East

242 261 242

ECG Facilities Services

North West 224 Scotland 233 South West 251

Ecofit Energy Systems Ltd 241

Wales 257

Ecolution Integrated Renewable Technologies 261

South East

242

Edge DBS Ltd 241

London 211

Edmund Services Ltd 241

Eastern Counties

EGP Building Services Ltd 241

East Midlands

EI Hygiene Solutions Ltd West Midlands

199 261

London 210

Eastern Counties

Cube Airconditioning Ltd

Domino Building Services Ltd

Elanar Technical Services Ltd

London 210

Eastern Counties

Dornan Engineering Services Ltd

Elco Building Services Ltd

London 210

London 211

South East

Curaim UK Ltd

Eastern Counties

241 203

204

204

Dragon Air Conditioning Ltd

Electrical & Data Systems Ltd

London 210

Wales 257

Northern Ireland

Custom Heat Ltd

Ducatt Building Services

Electrical Contracting Services (SW) Ltd

Current Development Ltd West Midlands

Cyclone Ducting & Extraction Services Ltd South East

261

South East

D & J Air Conditioning Services Ltd North West

D & K Facilities Maintenance Ltd Eastern Counties

D G Robson Mechanical Services Ltd

261

241

Yorkshire 265

Ductbusters Ltd

Elite Cooling Solutions Ltd

Ductclean UK Ltd South East

Ductwork Design & Installation Ltd 223 203

London 210

251

Wales 257 West Midlands

241

South West

229

Elite Building Services Engineering Ltd

Duct Hygiene Ltd

D D & B Mechanical Ltd

West Midlands

204

North West

Durham Air Conditioning Ltd North East

Durham County Council North East

DWHP Ltd South East

261 241 224 218 218 242

East Midlands

Elite Services (Environmental) Ltd Eastern Counties

199 204

Eliteco Managed Services Ltd

Yorkshire 265

Ellesmere Engineering Co Ltd North West

224

Elmec (Southern) Ltd

London 211

Elmstead Mechanical Services Ltd

London 211


BESA MEMBERS

INDEX

Emerald House Global Engineering Ltd

London 211

EMS (Installations) Ltd

London 211

Emtec Building Services Ltd North West

Eneteq Services Ltd East Midlands

Envira-Mech Services Ltd South West

Environment & Power Technology Ltd North West

Environmental & Mechanical Services Ltd East Midlands

F N Rice (Pirbright) Ltd South East

199

Eastern Counties 204 London 211 North West 224 Scotland 233 South East 242 South West 251 Wales 257 West Midlands 261 South East

F G Alden Ltd South East

224

ENGIE FM Ltd

Enigma Environmental Services Ltd

F Church Ltd South East

Scotland 233

End Systems Ltd

F

251 224

G G T Thomas & Son Ltd

Wales 257 243 243 243

Fairs & Green (Mechanical Services) Ltd

G4S Secure Solutions (Guernsey) Ltd South East

Yorkshire 265 South East

G Tech Building Services Ltd South East

F R Scott Ltd

F W Marsh (Electrical & Mechanical) Ltd

G T Building Services Ltd South West

South West 251 Wales 257

243

Farmwood M & E Services Ltd

GCSC Ltd

261

South West South East

GCSI Ltd

South East

FASCEL Group

Yorkshire 265

South East

Environmental Energy Controls Ltd

Fife Council Building Services

Scotland 233

Scotland 234

Gee-Bec Services Ltd

Environmental Maintenance Services Ltd

Fire Protection Ltd

Gelidus Ltd

Fisher Refrigeration Ltd

GEM Environmental Building Services Ltd

Enviroplas Ltd North West

Envirotech Building Services Ltd West Midlands

Envirotech Services Ltd South East

Ergro Mechanical Services Ltd South East

242 224

London 211 Eastern Counties

Flamefast (UK) Ltd 261

North West

Flamerite Ltd 242

North West

Fleetwood Sheet Metal Ltd 242

243

North West

204 224 224 224

GDI Air Conditioning Specialists Ltd North West South East South East

199 243

252 243 243 224 243 243

London 212

Genesis Facilities Maintenance Ltd Eastern Counties

Geoffrey Robinson Ltd North East

204 219

George Boulter & Co Ltd

Yorkshire 265

Fletchers Facilities Ltd

Gibson-Wight Ltd

Essci Technical Services Ltd

Floway Pipe Services Ltd

Yorkshire 265

Glowarm Central Heating Ltd

London 211

Essex Services Group Plc

Formosa Mechanical Services Ltd

London 211

South East

GMB Airconditioning & Ventilation Services Ltd

Essex Ventilation Services Ltd

Francis Commissioning Services Ltd

ESH Construction Ltd North East

218

London 212

243

South East

Gowing & Hunt Ltd

London 211

North West

Estilo HVAC Ltd

Fredericks (Mechanical Services) Ltd

Graham Asset Management

Fredshaw & Co Ltd

Gratte Brothers Ltd

West Midlands

Euroflo Group Ltd South West

Eurovent Purifying Systems UK Ltd North East

261 251

Evans Maintenance Services Ltd

Wales 257

Evans Warrington Ltd North West

Exoair DPL LLP South East

Exoair Master Ltd South East

Express Ductwork Services Ltd South East

London 212 Yorkshire 265

FWP UK Ltd 218

224 243 243 243

224

Scotland 234 South East

East Midlands

199

G G & D Higgins Mechanical Services Ltd

London 212

G & H Building Services Ltd

Yorkshire 265

G & H Maintenance Ltd

Yorkshire 265

Eastern Counties

Northern Ireland

243 244 204 229

London 212

Gratte Brothers Specialist Services Ltd

London 212

Green Man Environmental Services Ltd South West

252

Greenhill Air Conditioning Ltd

Yorkshire 265

Griffiths Air Conditioning & Electrical Contractors East Midlands

199

Grosvenor Facility Services Ltd

London 212

Guardian Water Treatment Ltd Eastern Counties

204

Wales 257 North West

Yorkshire 265

H Malone & Sons Ltd North East

Yorkshire 265

H2O Nationwide Ltd Eastern Counties

Haddon Contracts Ltd East Midlands

Hadene Building Services South East

Halsall Heating North West

Halton Foodservice Ltd South East

Handley Heating Services Northern Ireland

Hanna Mechanical Services LLP Northern Ireland

Scotland 234

229 229

London 212 North West 224

Hatrick-Bruce Ltd

Scotland 234

Haydon Mechanical & Electrical Ltd

London 212

Hazell-Richards Ltd

Yorkshire 266

HCS Mechanical Services

Yorkshire 266

Heartfield Ventilation & Air Conditioning Co Ltd South East

Heasman & Sadler Ltd South East

Heatcare Ltd

East Midlands

Heating & Associated Services Ltd West Midlands

244 244 200 261

Heating & Pipework Installations (Leeds) Ltd

West Midlands 261 Yorkshire 266

Hemlow Ltd

204

244

Harry Taylor of Ashton Ltd

G B S (Building Services) Ltd

Eastern Counties

224

Eastern Counties 204 North West 224 Scotland 234

Hedley Visick Ltd

Eyre Building Services Group Ltd

244

Hargreaves Ductwork Ltd a Co of the M+W Group

G B Air Control Ltd

Yorkshire 265

200

London 212 Scotland 234 Yorkshire 265

Extracair Installations Ltd

243

204

Hargreaves

Heatlink Ltd

South East

219

H Pickup Mechanical & Electrical Services Ltd

G & H Sustainability Ltd

Yorkshire 265

224

H F Brown & Son Ltd

Express Heating Co Ltd

Scotland 233

204

H & V Building Services Ltd

London 212

GBE Services Ltd

Environmental Control Solutions Ltd

South East

Eastern Counties 243

London 212

243

H & V 2000 Ltd

H E Simm & Son Ltd

GCSC (SW) Ltd

West Midlands

Yorkshire 265 243

GAC Environmental Ltd Gatwick Park Mechanical Services Ltd

244

H & J Hitchen Ltd

H & V Fusion & Drilling Ltd

London 211 North West 224 South East

H & C Contracts Ltd

North East 219 Scotland 234

South East 243

H South East

252

G8 Environmental Solutions Ltd

East Midlands

Falconswift Environmental Ltd

Farrelly Building Services Ltd 199

Yorkshire 265

F P Hurley & Sons Ltd

South East 242

G E Griffiths Ltd

Wales 257 South East South East

244 244

273


BESA MEMBERS

INDEX

Henry Martin & Sons Ltd Eastern Counties

204

South East

Hensall Mechanical Services Ltd

IDS Services (UK) Ltd

Henshall & Sheehy Support Services

IES Callenberg Ltd

Yorkshire 266 London 212

Hesflo (Installations) Ltd South West

Hewer Facilities Management Ltd South West

HFL Building Solutions Ltd North West

252 252 224

Highland Services

Wales 257

Hillstar Building Management Ltd North East

Hockley Building Services Ltd West Midlands

Holborn Building Services Ltd West Midlands

219 261 261

London 212

Hollywell Building Services Ltd South East

London 212

West Midlands

Imtech Engineering Services Central Ltd

East Midlands 200 Yorkshire 266

East Midlands 200 Eastern Counties 205 London 212 North East 219 North West 225 West Midlands 262

In Line Duct Cleaning Ltd

Industrial Pipe Services 2003 Ltd Ingot Canopy & Fan Services Ltd Innovate FM

229

South East

Huggins & Squire Ltd

Hughes Mechanical Services Ltd

Integral UK Ltd

London 212 252 244

Hutcheon Services Limited

Scotland 234

Hutton (M & E) Services Ltd Northern Ireland

HY5 Commercial Cleaning Ltd North West

Hydro Mechanical Services Ltd West Midlands

Hygienic Cleaning Co (UK) Ltd West Midlands

Hygienic Maintenance Ltd North West

Hyperklean Ltd North East

229 224 261 261 225 219

I A C Service & Maintenance Ltd Eastern Counties

I J Cannings & Son Ltd

North West

South East

Interduct UK Ltd East Midlands

Interserve Engineering Services West Midlands

Intoheat Ltd South West South West

J Fletcher (Engineers) Ltd North West

244 200 262 252 252 244

Iver Technical Services Ltd

London 213

Iyoha Associates Ltd

London 213

Yorkshire 266

K S Barry (Plumbing & Heating) Ltd

Wales 258

K S Refrigeration & Air Conditioning

229

KB Sheetmetal Ltd

225

KCE FM Ltd

Scotland 234 North East

J O'Connor Ltd

Kentallen Mechanical Services Ltd

London 213

J P Services (SW) Ltd South West

J S Wright & Co Ltd West Midlands

252 262

J W & E Morris & Son Ltd

Wales 258 London 213 South East

244

Scotland 234

James Watson Ventilation Ltd

Scotland 234

Jarvis Heating Ltd South East

Jasun Envirocare Plc South West

245 252

North East

Kershaw Contracting Services Ltd

Eastern Counties 205 London 213

Kestrel Mechanical Services Ltd South East

Yorkshire 266

Keyplan Engineering Ltd South West

Keysource Ltd South East

KGB Commercial Heating Eastern Counties

Kimpton Ltd North West

Kitchen & Duct Cleaning Ltd South East

Yorkshire 266

JCH London Ltd

Klimatec Ltd

JCW Energy Services Ltd

Knight Engineers Ltd

London 213 East Midlands 200 Eastern Counties 205 South West 252 Wales 258

JD Services HVAC Ltd South East

West Midlands

Knightsbridge Building Services Ltd

London 213

Knightsbridge Property Services Ltd

London 213 245

KPS Southern Ltd South East

Joe Storey and Assoc Ltd

London 213

London 213

John Wright Electrical & Mechanical Services Ltd

L

Scotland 234

Yorkshire 266

Jones Lang Lasalle Engineering Services Ltd

London 213

Jones Lang Lasalle Services Ltd

London 213

Jordan Environmental Ltd Eastern Counties

205

JRS Mechanical Services Ltd

L A Maintenance Ltd Eastern Counties

L Darby & Son Ltd West Midlands

L M Building Services Ltd East Midlands

Just Air Conditioning Ltd

South East

244

South East

244

245

Kylemore Services Ltd

John G Mackintosh Building Services Solutions

Eastern Counties 244

262

Yorkshire 266

J & B Hopkins Ltd J A Sylvester (Mechanical Services) Ltd

245

Yorkshire 266

Ian Hobbs Technical Services Ltd

South East

225

Kitchen Hygiene Cleaning Services Ltd

Lee Air Conditioning (Services) Ltd

252

205

JCH Fabrications Ltd

Wales 257

ICS Industrial & Commercial Systems Ltd

245

London 213

Jupiter Facilities Management Ltd

South West

252

Kirkfields Heating Services Ltd

J

I.S.T.L. Engineering Ltd

245

Key Electrical Contractors & Storefitters Ltd

Wales 258

252

219

Scotland 234

LABcheck UK Ltd

South West

219

London 213

Kennedy Services Ltd

James Frew Ltd

225

K Binks (Heating) Ltd

London 213

225

244

K & T Heating Services Ltd

225

J L Environmental Ltd

205

Yorkshire 266

Intelligent Air Conditioning Ltd

Northern Ireland

J W Housden Ltd

Integrated Laboratory Services Ltd

South East

205

Wales 258

J W Contract Services Ltd

Eastern Counties 205 London 213 North East 219 North West 225 Scotland 234 South West 252 Wales 257 West Midlands 262 Yorkshire 266

Isotemp (Heating & Ventilating) Ltd

I

J D Heating Plumbing & Mechanical Services Ltd

244

London 213

INS Sudlows Ltd

South East

205

Indepth Hygiene Services Ltd

Innovation Cleaning Solutions Ltd

Hull Mechanical Services Ltd

244

Independent Air Quality Consultancy Services Ltd

HTC Mechanical Services Ltd

South West

219 225

Imtech Inviron Ltd

HSL Group Ltd

Northern Ireland

London 213

Imtech Engineering Services North Ltd

K London 213

J C Watson Refrigeration Ltd

J F & H Dowds Ltd

Innovation Air Conditioning & Building Services Ltd

London 212

Wales 258

London 212 North East North West

244

J C Matthews Heating Engineers

North West

North West 261

South East

Imtech Engineering Services London & South Ltd

Eastern Counties 244

J Ashwell Ltd

J E Dean (Hazel Grove) Ltd

South East

Hoveair (Maintenance Services) Ltd

Howells Bradford Ltd

225

London 212

London 212

South East

244

Scotland 234

Eastern Counties 244

Hoveair (Building Services) Ltd

How Group Ltd

North West

South East

Holland Air Conditioning Ltd

274

IDC Electrical (Southern) Ltd

South West

Just Cold Services Ltd South East

205 252 245

205 262 200

Yorkshire 266 South East

245

Legsun Ltd

Wales 258

Leroy Mechanical Engineering Ltd South East

245


BESA MEMBERS

INDEX

Measham Heating & Air Conditioning Ltd

Lewis Duct Clean Ltd

M.D.M.S Ltd

Leybourne Urwin Ltd

Mac Marney Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Ltd

Mechanical & Ventilation Projects Ltd

Macair FMI Ltd

Mechanical Engineering Services (Avon) Ltd

London 213 North East

219

Lilleker Bros Ltd

Yorkshire 266

Linaker Ltd

Scotland 234 South East 245 South West 252

Livingston Mechanical Services Ltd

Scotland 234

LJJ Ltd

North East

Lloret Control Systems Ltd South East

LM Services (NI) Limited Northern Ireland

Lord Combustion Services Ltd West Midlands

North West

Eastern Counties

Macdet Hygiene Services Ltd South East

Yorkshire 266

MacWhirter Western Ltd South West

245

Magnolia Air UK Ltd

229

Maintenance & Contracting Specialist Ltd

Eastern Counties Eastern Counties West Midlands

Major Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Services Ltd West Midlands

Eastern Counties 205 London 213 North East 219 North West 225 South East 245 South West 252 Wales 258 West Midlands 262

Manchester Working Ltd

Lorne Stewart Services

MAP Ventilation Ltd

London 213 North West 225 South West 252

Lothian Heating Services Ltd

Scotland 234

Loughborough Air Conditioning Ltd East Midlands

200

Lovat's Catering Engineering Services Ltd

Scotland 234

Lowe & Oliver Ltd South East

Lunar Refrigeration Ltd North West

M A Anderton Ltd North West

225 253

Margden Heating Ltd

Wales 258 245

London 213

M Bielby Ltd

Yorkshire 266 262

McAlpine Grant Ilco Ltd South East

McCarthy Environmental Ltd East Midlands

McCarthy Refrigeration Ltd South East

East Midlands South East

245 200 245

245

London 214

MGB Services Ltd

Scotland 235

Michael J Lonsdale Ltd

London 214

Michael McGonigle Plbg & Htg Contractor Northern Ireland

Michael Nugent Ltd Northern Ireland

Micro Solve (Hygiene) Ltd South East

229 229 245

Midland Commercial Environmental Services Ltd West Midlands

Midland Counties Heating Services Ltd East Midlands

262 200

Mike Couling Pipework & Engineering Services South West

Northern Ireland

253 229

Scotland 235

Mitchells (Gloucester) Ltd

253

MITIE Technical Facilities Management Ltd

South East 245 South West 253 Wales 258 West Midlands 262

Mitton Mechanical Services Ltd

Yorkshire 266

MJD Airconditioning Services Ltd South East

245

MLK Cleaning Services Ltd

London 214

Montgomery Refrigeration Ltd

N & P Climate Control Ltd

Yorkshire 266

N C S Plumbing & Heating Services Ltd N G Bailey Ltd

London 214 North East 219 North West 225 Scotland 235 South East 245 South West 253 Wales 258 West Midlands 262 Yorkshire 266

Narbeths Mechanical Services Ltd

Wales 258 200

Metropolitan Mechanical Services Ltd

South West

205

200

Metro Heating & Air Conditioning Services Ltd

Milton Sheet Metal Works Ltd

London 214 Eastern Counties

East Midlands

229 219

245

Scotland 235

Miles-Ash Ltd

Maze Engineering Ltd

MC Electrical Services (London) Ltd

South East

200

London 213

Wales 258

West Midlands

262

Maven Services

225

225

Metalduct (Nottingham) Ltd

Maval Electrical & Mechanical Engineering Co Ltd

262

North West

262

London 213

North East

Medway Heating (Bolton) Ltd

N London 214

London 214

Mellor Bromley Air Conditioning Services Ltd

Maracom Ltd

Northern Ireland

Mechanical Services Ltd

205

Scotland 234

Maurice Flynn & Sons Ltd

253

MEL (Dust & Fume Control) Ltd

MAQ (Air Conditioning) Ltd

East Midlands

South West

262

205

Yorkshire 266

South East

West Midlands

262

Megan Mechanical Services Ltd

Yorkshire 266

Mastercool (Southern) Ltd

West Midlands

252

Mansfield Pollard & Co Ltd

Matro Ltd

M A Cooper Projects Ltd

M D Enertech Ltd

South West

225

M West Midlands

Mannings Facilities Management Ltd

245

Wales 258

M & E Maintenance Solutions Ltd

North West

Mastercool Air Conditioning Specialists

Luntstone Ltd

245

Machenair Ltd

Madson Air Conditioning Ltd

Lorne Stewart plc

205

London 213

219

262

225

NBC (Air Conditioning) Ltd

London 214

Nederman Ltd North West

Neptune Building Services Ltd South West

Eastern Counties

Scotland 235

New-Air (Southern) Ltd South East

South West

Norfolk Heating Ltd Eastern Counties

Norstead Ltd North East South East

Northern Hygiene Ltd North East

Northern Mechanical Ltd Northern Ireland

Northern Shire Facilities Management Ltd North West

Northern Ventilation Services Ltd North East

NortonTechnical Maintenance South East

Norwest Projects Ltd North West

Nuttall

South West

NWG Building Services Ltd Eastern Counties

M J Quinn Integrated Services Ltd

McKenna Mechanical Services (Scotland) Ltd

Morris & Spottiswood Ltd

Scotland 235

Oakwood Technology Group Ltd

Scotland 234

MCL Energy Ltd

Morris Mechanical Services Ltd

Ocean Industrial Cleaning Ltd

North West

M J Robinson Ltd East Midlands

MRS

East Midlands

M Rogerson Ltd

Eastern Counties

M W Cripwell Ltd East Midlands

225 200 200 205 200

Scotland 234

East Midlands

200

Morreston Ltd West Midlands

West Midlands

McNicol Insulation Ltd

Munro Building Services Ltd

Scotland 235

Eastern Counties

MC-Squared Mechanical Services Ltd

Murray Building Services Ltd

Meadowburn Mechanical Services Ltd

MVR Solutions Ltd

London 214 Scotland 235

North West

262

262 205 225

Wales 258

253 205 219 246 219 229 226 219 246 226 253 205

O

McGill & Co Ltd

London 213

229

246

Newquay Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Ltd

M J Ferguson Ltd

Northern Ireland

205

Network Refrigeration & Air Conditioning

McDonald Brown Ltd

London 214

253

Network Critical Physical Infrastructure Ltd

M G Murphy Ltd

Yorkshire 266

225

Oakray Ltd

London 214 North West South East

Octagon Heating Services Ltd South West

Omega Building Services Ltd South East

Omega Mechanical Services Ltd Northern Ireland

226 246 253 246 229

275


BESA MEMBERS

INDEX

ON365 Ltd

East Midlands

One Call Group (Holdings) Ltd South East

One Facility Ltd South East

Opus Air Conditioning (Sales) Ltd South East

Opus Building Services Ltd North East

Orbital Climate Solutions Ltd South East

200 246 246 246 219 246

South East

Pinington Ltd North West

Pinnacle Specialist Cleaning Services South East

Pipe Systems Ltd South East

Pipeline Mechanical Services Ltd Northern Ireland

Pirbright Electrical Contractors Ltd South East

Oriental Hong Kong Ltd

Pitkin & Ruddock Ltd

Orlanix Ltd

PJA HVAC Ltd

London 214 London 214

Orostream Air Conditioning Ltd South East

Overclean Ltd South West

246 253

Overclean Ventilation Scotland Ltd

Scotland 235

P & B Plumbing & Heating West Midlands

P & J Dust Extraction Ltd South East

P Chester & Sons (Bedford) Ltd South East

P J Services Ltd East Midlands

P.I.P. Building Services Ltd Eastern Counties

Paine Manwaring Ltd South East

Parker Air Conditioning Ltd South East

262 246 246 200 205 246 246

London 214

Parker Environmental Services Ltd

Wales 258 East Midlands

Partners in Hygiene Ltd North East

Pathway First Ltd West Midlands

PCB Technical Solutions Ltd South East

South East

PJM Mechanical & Electrical Ltd South East

Plant & Air Cond Eng Servs Ltd South East

Plasma Clean Ltd

200 219 262 246

Pearce Elite Plumbing & Heating Ltd

Wales 258

247 205 247 247 247

246 262

Rainbow International (Swansea)

Scotland 235

Pro-Duct Clean Ltd Eastern Counties

Project Heating Co Ltd South West

206 253

Protecht Cleaning & Support Services

Scotland 235

Protherm (UK) Ltd North East

Protocool Ltd South East

PSI (Resources) Ltd North West

220

South East

RDM Electrical & Mechanical Services

Wales 258

RDS

London 215

React Cooling Services Ltd West Midlands

London 215

Reed M & E Ltd

226

Refrigeration & Heat Pump Services Ltd

London 215

Puma Building Services Ltd

London 215

Pursey & Ball Ltd

South East

East Midlands

Rentec Ltd South East

POD Stainless Steel Products Ltd

Quality Environmental Services Ltd

Polarcool Refrigeration Ltd Eastern Counties

263 206

East Midlands

Right Management Services Ltd South East

Quartz Electrical & Mechanical Services Ltd

Poundbridge Developments Ltd

Quiggin & Cubbon Ltd

South East

247

Powermaster Service Ltd

Scotland 235

PowerNaturally Ltd South East

PR Hemingway Ltd Eastern Counties

Premiair Ltd South East

247 206 247

Premier Clean UK Ltd

Wales 258

Premier Facilities Maintenance Ltd East Midlands

200

Premier Laboratory Systems Ltd

Scotland 235

Premier Mechanical Installations Ltd

London 215

Premier of Lytham Ltd North West

Price Building Services Ltd South East

South West South West

Priddy Engineering Services Ltd South West

Primary Water Treatments Ltd

226 247 253 253 253

North East

North West

220

London 215

R J Urmson Commissioning Engineers Ltd North West

Roflow Ltd

247 220

247 226

Rotary Building Services Ltd North West

Rotary North West Ltd North West

Yorkshire 267

Royce Group Ltd Eastern Counties

R M Myers & Co Ltd

RSE Building Services Ltd Eastern Counties

Scotland 235

West Midlands

R N Mechanical Ltd

Russells Plumbers & Heating Engineers Ltd

Yorkshire 267

North West

R Nightingale Ltd

Rydan Mechanical Services Ltd Rydon Maintenance Ltd

Phoenix Mechanical Services Ltd

Priory Mechanical Services Ltd

R V H M. Ltd

Yorkshire 266

Piggott & Whitfield Ltd North West

Pilon Ltd

226

London 214

London 215 South East

247

North East

R.H.F Heating Company Ltd

Proair Conditioning Ltd

R.T.S. Engineering (Somerset) Ltd

Scotland 235

220

Yorkshire 267

Proactive Commercial Maintenance Ltd

London 215

206

RSSAC Ltd

Eastern Counties

London 214

206

R Macdonald & Son

R S Vents Ltd

226

226

Rotary Yorkshire Ltd

Scotland 235 220

226

London 216

Yorkshire 267

North West

206

Rotary Southern Ltd

Principle Property Services Ltd

246

220

Wales 259

Phoenix ME Ltd

South East

220

Roperhurst Ltd

R L Rattray Ltd North East

247

Robertson Facilities Management Ltd

Eastern Counties

Yorkshire 267 South East

Robert Kirkland (Blyth) Ltd

Rogan Heating Services Ltd

R H Environmental Services R J Stearn Ltd

RME Services Ltd

North East

R North East

247

Scotland 236

Quotehedge Ltd

R Arnott & Sons Ltd

247

Wales 259

North East

London 215

South East

206

Riverside Industrial Equipment Ltd South East

226

Quintex Systems Ltd

R & J Building Services Ltd

Risby Airconditioning Co Ltd South East

200

Polyteck Building Services Ltd

London 215

Eastern Counties

247

Scotland 235

Yorkshire 267

Quantaqua Ltd

200

London 215

Q

West Midlands

247

REL Electrical Ltd

London 215

226

263

Ream Contracts Ltd

247

Psychro Management Ltd

247

Wales 258

Platinum Mechanical Ltd

Priddy Engineering (SW) Ltd

PH Water Air Technologies Ltd

229

Pro-Duct (Fife) Ltd

Richard Irvin Energy Solutions

Permanex Plumbing West Midlands

246

Racsel Building Services Ltd

Yorkshire 266

Resolve Building Services Ltd

Price TWA

Scotland 235

Pert Air Conditioning Ltd

246

Proctor Heating Services Ltd

Wales 258

North West

Perfect Service Solutions Ltd South East

226

London 215

Parker Bromley Ltd

Parsons Contracting (Chesterfield) Ltd

Eastern Counties

246

Platinum Facilities & Maintenance Services Ltd

P

276

Pinevale Plumbing & Heating Ltd

West Midlands South West

263 254

South East

263 226 206 247


BESA MEMBERS

INDEX

S

Sharp & Howse Ltd South East

Sharpe Mechanical Services Northern Ireland

S & G Air Conditioning Contracts Ltd

Wales 259

S & R Cleaning Ltd

Yorkshire 267

S & W Process Engineering Ltd Eastern Counties

206

S C Horsfield Building Services Engineers Ltd North West

S K Heating and Cooling Ltd South West

248

226

Saker Controls Ltd

London 216

Sanber Ltd North West

Sarum Refrigeration Services Ltd South East

Saunders Specialised Services Ltd South East

226 248 248

Sayes & Co Ltd

Yorkshire 267

Sayes Service Ltd

Yorkshire 267

Scan Building Services Ltd

Scotland 236

Scion Technical Services Ltd South East

Scomac Services Ltd South East

Scott & Ewing Ltd Northern Ireland

Scott Heating & Ventilation Ltd Eastern Counties

Seaforth Heating & Cooling South East

248 248

Scotland 236

Sepam UK Ltd

London 216 248

Servest Building Services Ltd

London 216 North West 226 North West

SES (Engineering Services) Ltd

South East

226

Eastern Counties 206 London 216 North East 220 North West 226 South West 254 Yorkshire 267

Spie Ltd

London 216 North West 226 Scotland 236 South West 254 Wales 259 West Midlands 263

Sprague & Ouseley Ltd South West

SSE Contracting Ltd

Eastern Counties 206 London 216 Scotland 236 South East 248 South West 254 Wales 259 Yorkshire 267

SSH Cleaning 248

254

South East

248

Taranis Engineering Ltd

Wales 259

Taylor & Fraser Ltd

Scotland 236

Taylor Mechanical Services Ltd

Scotland 237

TBS Mechanical & Electrical Design & Build Ltd West Midlands

London 216

Team Q Maintenance Ltd South East

Technicool Air Conditioning Ltd South East

Tecmaster South East

Tecomak Environmental Services Ltd

Sigma Engineering Product Design Ltd

Stepnell Ltd

Scotland 236

South East

TEK Property Services

Silenster Building Services Ltd

Stonegrove Ltd

Shropshire Cooling Services Ltd West Midlands

263

London 216 248

263

TDK Mechanical Services (UK) Ltd

Staward Engineering Ltd

South East

South West

248 248 248 248 254

Temperature Control Ltd

Storeglove Ltd

London 216

Wales 259

London 216 North West 226 West Midlands 263 Yorkshire 267

Simer Environmental Services Ltd

Stothers (M & E) Ltd

The Barnes Group Ltd T/A Bower Fuller

Stothers M & E Ltd

The Beaver Co Ltd

Eastern Counties

206

Silverlife Ltd South East

248

Skanska Rashleigh Weatherfoil Ltd

South East

248

Scotland 236 Northern Ireland

Skuddair Ltd

248

Surevent (UK) Ltd

226

Swiftclean (UK) Ltd

248

Swiftclean Building Services

The SIPS Group

Swiftline Engineering Ltd

Thermal Engineering (Wales) Ltd

Sykes & Son Ltd

Thermatic Building Services Ltd

System Hygienics Ltd

Thermatic Homes Ltd

South East

SMG Europe Ltd North West

Smith & Byford Ltd South East

SMS (Southern) Ltd

248

SMS Maintenance Services Ltd Snug Heating Ltd Soltec UK Ltd

263 206

Sonder Heating & Ventilation Ltd

Sure Deep Clean Northern Ireland East Midlands East Midlands

South East

London 216

T Clarke (Midlands) Ltd

Southern Mechanical Services Ltd

London 216

Sovereign FM Ltd

London 216

Sowga Ltd

London 216

SP Vent Ltd

Scotland 236

Spa Gas Ltd

West Midlands

263

Sparks Mechanical Services Ltd

East Midlands 200 Scotland 236 Yorkshire 267

248

Systems & Solutions Ltd t/a Cleanheat

Sotham Engineering Services Ltd

230

200

London 216

Scotland 236

Northern Ireland

200

London 216

T

Source Air Conditioning & Electrical Services (NI) Ltd

230

London 216

Soron Ltd

206

230

Eastern Counties

London 216 Scotland 236 South West 254

Eastern Counties

Select Building Engineering Services Ltd

Servistec Ltd

ShoreClean Ltd

206

Yorkshire 267

Yorkshire 267

South East

Eastern Counties

Eastern Counties 206

Seba (UK) Ltd

Servcom Services UK Ltd

Scotland 236

West Midlands 230

Scotland 236 South East

263

Scotland 236 248

Scottish Electric Group

SE Plumbing & H