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THE BESA BOOK 2020

A Client’s Guide to Building Engineering Services


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A CLIENT'S GUIDE TO BUILDING ENGINEERING SERVICES The BESA Book covers all aspects of building 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. The service allows users to search for a BESA member by region (postcode), name and by specialism. It also now details the geographic areas that a member operates in, as well as highlighting those services which are carried out in-house.

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Please note: The information contained in the list of members was correct as of 18th September 2019. All photographs and drawings Š BESA, except as noted otherwise in captions.

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BESA Welcome

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BESA members at heart of climate and social challenges

Fire stopping or seal around a duct is the first line of defence

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Offsite DfMA

BESA About BESA

Our role in the industry

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BESA BESCA The compliance Challenge

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BESA Heritage Punching above its weight for over 100 years

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BESA VHE Scheme

Vent hygiene scheme crucial for building safety

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Well-being Indoor Air

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Well-being Indoor Air

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Well-being Air Quality

Focus on well-being

Well-being standard

NHS urged to invest in air quality

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Well-being Design Well-being is transforming building design

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Ventilation Saving Energy

Duct leakage is a significant energy saving opportunity

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Ventilation Pollutants Impact of airborne particulate matter on human health

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Ventilation LEV Local Exhaust Ventilation

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Ventilation Fire Safety

The grease challenge

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Fire Safety Prevention Getting active about passive fire protection

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Fire Safety Fire Stopping

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Manufacture by design

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Heating System Refurbishment

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Heating Heat Interface Unit

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Heating Heat Interface Unit

Hydraulic separation methods for heating system refurbishment.

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BESA HIU Test Standard driving improvements within the market,

Advances in HIUs have shed light on how to make them better

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Heating Radiant Heat

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Heating Cutting Carbon

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Heating Heat Recovery

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Insulation Thermal Efficiency

Heating in train sheds

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Water heating ready for NOx and carbon challenges

New heat recovery techniques

Research into daylight and insulation levels

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Insulation HVAC

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Paying closer attention to fire performance capabilities

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Facilities Management SFG20 The standard for maintenance

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Facilities Management FM Market

Shaking up the FM market

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Facilities Management Procurement Sounding the maintenance alarm

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Water Systems Treatment HVAC hydronic systems

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“One of the great strengths of BESA has been to harness knowledge from a wide range of companies and bring together a community of like-minded individuals.�

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Water Systems Monitoring Closed-circuit water systems

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Water Systems Filling Expanding horizons

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Cooling Compressors Impact on air conditioning

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Cooling F-Gas F-Gas service bans - A big issue for 2020

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Cooling Smart Controls

Reducing emissions and energy consumption

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Building Controls Strategy Power to the people

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Pipework Durability Cold-formed or hot-finished?

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Pipework Support BISPA joins BESA to tackle pipework challenges

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Pipework Specification Changes in the pipeline

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Health and Safety Welfare Staying safe at work

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Fixings Training Industry-lead training and awareness initiative

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BESA BESA Contacts

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BESA BESA Affiliates

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BESA BESA members

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Contact details for all of BESA's UK locations

Suppliers, manufacturers and business services providers

Full contact details of BESA member companies

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BESA BOOK 2020 / WELCOME

BESA MEMBERS AT HEART OF CLIMATE AND SOCIAL CHALLENGES Welcome to the latest edition of the BESA Book. BESA has been supporting and representing our industry for 115 years and, during that proud history – which you can read about on page 18 – we have led from the front on technical standards, new technologies, skills and competence and the broader business context that allows building engineering services to thrive.

It is thanks to the expertise and experience of our members that we are able to build on our fantastic technical legacy as we move forward in the 2020s. The Association has long provided us with the opportunity to come together as colleagues and competitors to share expertise, experience and problems – and to pool our knowledge for the greater good. That specialist knowledge is now more in demand than ever and the breadth and depth of our expertise is laid out in the comprehensive library of technical information in this publication. We are delighted to make it available to BESA members and our friends and clients. This year we have been able to draw on more of the expertise of our affiliate members than ever before. This illustrates one of the great strengths of BESA in that we can harness knowledge from a wide range of sources and bring everyone together in a community of like-minded individuals and companies. We are hugely grateful for the support of our affiliates and look forward to bringing them even closer into the BESA Family. This will be increasingly important as we confront the many daunting social and environmental challenges ahead. The climate change debate took on huge significance during 2019 and the UK government set us on a course to deliver a zero carbon economy by 2050. That will only be possible if the engineering community unleashes unprecedented levels of innovative thinking.

John Norfolk, BESA President 2019/20

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While activists protest and politicians speak, ultimately it comes down to engineers to deliver the solutions.


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However, we recognise the challenge we face in continuing to prove the value of membership to both existing and prospective members. So, our value offering must be based on three key principles that are now driving our strategy and mean that all of our work and all of our activities must provide:

• A benefit for the individual • A benefit for the member company • A contribution to the bigger picture This also chimes with the three pillars on which our Association is built:

• Technical standards and compliance • Skills – so we can deliver our technical agenda

• Support – provided by the BESA ‘community’ and by the association’s services

BESA members will be crucial because we bring the technical standards and professional compliance that are essential to deliver future-proof solutions for all aspects of the built environment – a major factor in the climate change challenge. The Committee on Climate Change says we will need to make all new buildings net zero carbon within a decade to get on course for the 2050 target. It also made low carbon heating a priority and called for major improvements to the insulation and energy efficiency of existing buildings. This is very much in line with our objectives as building engineering services specialists and these technical challenges are reflected in the contents of this BESA Book. BESA’s role is to help its members succeed and, by encouraging more companies to join us, we can have more leverage to drive vital improvements to the built environment from which everyone in our society can benefit.

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“Our ability to step up to the mark will also be key to the UK – as a whole – meeting its goals to deliver a quality built environment.”

If we ensure that these values underpin everything we do as an association, then we will not only help our members succeed in today’s challenging economic and political circumstances – but we will also help them access to many exciting new business and technical opportunities.

We have a fantastic opportunity to demonstrate our worth and to contribute to the greater good. To build a reputation and build on our fantastic heritage, we must deliver quality, consistently. Our ability to step up to the mark will also be key to the UK – as a whole – meeting its goals to deliver a quality built environment. If you want high quality buildings, then you must employ competent people focused on doing a good job. In other words, clients need be talking to BESA members and we need to be stepping up to the plate to demonstrate our value. Happy reading. n John Norfolk, BESA President 2019/20

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WHY BESA? The Building Engineering Services Association is the UK's leading trade organisation for building engineering services contractors. BESA represents the interests of firms active in the design, installation, commissioning, maintenance, control and management of engineering systems and services in buildings. BESA has a proud heritage, having been established in 1904 as the National Association of Master Heating and Domestic Engineers. BESA has been known by several names through the years, most notably as the Heating and Ventilating Contractors’ Association (HVCA) for nearly 50 years. We have evolved to reflect the changing needs of our members and the sector. We rebranded to the Building Engineering Services Association (BESA) to reflect the growing range of specialisms covered by our members. BESA’s headquarters are in London, but we are active throughout the UK. We have a separate presence in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, as well as regional offices across England. This regional presence facilitates member networking and sharing of best practice, business opportunities and advice on local and national developments.

BESA Scotland Membership of BESA Scotland comprises around 200 companies with a combined turnover of £400m. While very much an integral part of the association as a whole, BESA Scotland has its own chairman and executive committee. BESA Scotland is a member of the Specialist Engineering Contractors’ (SEC) Group Scotland, which represents the interest of the wider specialist contracting sector, and provides the secretariat for SEC Group Scotland’s Safety Forum.

BESA Northern Ireland Membership of BESA Northern Ireland comprises around 60 companies. While very much an integral part of the association as a whole, BESA Northern Ireland has its own chairman and executive committee. BESA Northern Ireland is a member of Specialist Engineering Contractors’ (SEC) Group Northern Ireland, which represents the interest of the wider specialist contracting sector, and provides the secretariat for SEC Group Scotland’s Safety Forum.

BESA Cymru/Wales Membership of BESA Cymru/Wales comprises some 85 companies. While very much an integral part of the association as a whole, BESA Cymru/ Wales elects its own Officers, including a dedicated Council Representative. BESA Cymru/Wales in its own right, also being a founder and active member of the Specialist Engineering Contractors’ (SEC) Group Cymru/Wales, each of which have developed ongoing relationships with Welsh Government Ministers and Officials, representing the interest of the wider specialist contracting sector in general whilst also seeking to promote the interests of SME’s to Welsh Government. >>

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Our role in industry BESA is committed to lobbying on behalf of its members on a wide range of issues that affect their businesses and the commercial environment in which they operate. Priority topics of current concern include:

• reforming the practice of retentions • improving indoor air quality; • implementing apprenticeship reform; • replacing Part L of the Building Regulations.

Collaboration and alliances

Members One of the key requirements of membership is the demonstration of technical competence, commercial capability and adherence to health and safety best practice.

“BESA membership means that clients can be sure they are employing firms who work to the highest standards, giving reassurance that their project is in safe hands.” BESA provides the

This is assessed through regular, third-party inspection and auditing, ensuring our members are upholding what is affectionately referred to as the association’s ‘badge of quality’. BESA membership means that clients can be sure they are employing firms who work to the highest standards, giving reassurance that their project is in safe hands. The online Find a Member facility allows clients who require the services of a building engineering services contractor to identify and select members of the BESA according to the range of services they provide and their geographical location. This publication also contains a comprehensive guide to members including full contact details for each. See pages 179 – 233.

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BESA is itself a member of the Specialist Engineering Contractors' (SEC) Group, which provides a united voice for all engineering specialists working in construction, and of the Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Industry Board (ACRIB), which provides a central forum for matters of specific interest to the refrigeration and air conditioning industry.

secretariat for the Building Services Engineering Employment Agency Alliance, a voluntary grouping of employment businesses that supply personnel to contractors across building engineering services. BESA works closely with other bodies throughout the sector – including the research organisation BSRIA, the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers, the Electrical Contractors’ Association and the Federation of Environmental Trade Associations (FETA), and is a member of the CIBSE Patrons corporate supporters’ network. In Europe, BESA is an active member of GCP Europe, the umbrella body for the building engineering services sector and the Air Conditioning and Refrigeration European Association (AREA), which represents refrigeration and air conditioning contractors. n

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RISING TO THE COMPLIANCE CHALLENGE The BESCA Competent Person Scheme (CPS), authorised by the DCLG (Department for Communities and Local Government), allows businesses to self-certify that their works comply with the building regulations in England & Wales without the need to notify Building Control in advance or incur costly local authority inspection fees. An alternative to submitting a building notice or using an approved inspector, the principles of the Competent Person Scheme are based on recognising people who are competent in their field and delivering work that complies with the Building Regulations. BESCA’s Competent Person Scheme is ideal for installers working in electrical, plumbing, oil, solid fuel, heating and hot water, ventilation and air conditioning, and renewables – including heat pumps, solar and biomass – professions. It offers an efficient and cost-effective solution for your business because self-certification not only saves you money, but also time which can be invested in gaining new business, as you no longer need to arrange local authority visits. The average cost saving from notifying direct is £241 per notification, based on DCLG figures. Within a competitive industry it is also becoming increasingly vital for businesses to prove their value to consumers. Being part of the BESCA Competent Person Scheme allows you to showcase your commitment to

compliance, quality and safety – acting as a badge of competency against competitors, providing reassurance and a quality service to building owners. It is also a legal requirement for building owners to notify of any works that are being carried out which fall under the Building Regulations. New energy efficiency requirements have been introduced in the latest regulations relevant to works undertaken within the building services sector, concerning any works that may cause a change to the energy status of a dwelling. For example: changing a boiler or the type of fuel serving an existing boiler; or fitting a large fan on a ventilation scheme with a different performance output. BESCA Competent Person Scheme members receive regular updates on the latest industry thinking including building regulations and health and safety guidance, with access to training opportunities to ensure they remain compliant. If you need to improve your knowledge of the latest Building Regulations and to be certain of your legal obligations as an installer, we can help you with that too. We also offer six-year insurancebacked warranties as part of the membership fee for domestic works to ensure installed works are protected in the unlikely event a member is no longer able to trade. This guarantee protects your customer's deposit and your warranty. You will also receive free advertising because all BESCA Competent Person scheme members are added to our public ‘find a BESCA member’ search facility and Competent Persons register. n For more information visit: www.besca.org.uk

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PUNCHING ABOVE ITS WEIGHT FOR OVER 100 YEARS Despite its main function being to represent specialist contractors, the Building Engineering Services Association (BESA) has played a pivotal role in the history of the wider UK construction industry since its foundation in 1904. #BacktotheBESAFuture From labour disputes to ground-breaking legislation; from wage agreements to professional qualifications – what we now know as BESA has consistently punched above its weight as a specialist trade body for 115 years. That heritage continues to inform its work today with current challenges like late payment and retentions addressed through its work on the Aldous Bill and support targeted at employers wrestling with a new funding model for apprenticeships. That is why the legacy of the Heating and Ventilating Contractors’ Association (HVCA) and before that the National Association of Master Heating and Domestic Engineers (NAMHDE) 1904 -38 and the Association of Heating, Ventilating and Domestic Engineering Employers (AHVDEE) 1938-63 is the rock on which its current work and reputation is built.

“The Association has a new name, but that is consistent with its record of re-inventing itself on a number of occasions in order to remain relevant,” says former chief executive Robert Higgs OBE. “Its current position and reputation are built on its heritage and that is why businesses become members and people in the industry still look to it, not only to provide a wide range of services, but importantly to provide commercial and technical leadership.

Mission “Few organisations have lasted 115 years with broadly the same mission or have made such a significant contribution to their industry.” Its first challenge was the very survival of the profession of the heating engineer. A now legendary lunch meeting of 14 key industry figures at the Holborn Restaurant on the 16th of March 1904 was chaired by the Association’s first President – the engineer and entrepreneur David Mein Nesbit of Ashwell & Nesbit. All 14 were already members of the Institution of Heating & Ventilating Engineers (now CIBSE – of which Nesbit was also the third President), but on this occasion, they were meeting separately as a group of contractors. A demarcation dispute with the plumbers had been rumbling for over three years and now the emerging trade union movement had become involved sparking industrial action amongst the workers. Nesbit and his colleagues realised they were in a battle for survival with the protectionist plumbers who were trying to muscle them out. At the time, there was no organisation that could represent and safeguard their commercial, contractual and employment interests – and face up to the unions. Things were coming to a head because employers and architects, fearing

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union-inspired disputes on their sites, tended to side with the plumbers. Some were refusing to give heating engineers the opportunity to tender for plumbing work – and were even awarding heating contracts to plumbers. The fear was that the plumbers would be given a monopoly in installing pipe work. So Nesbit decided to make a stand and the list of those invited to that first gathering in the Holborn Restaurant reads like a roll call of industry legends. It included G N Haden, Rosser & Russell, Benham & Sons and Z D Berry. They pledged their support for the fledgling Association and were later joined by the equally illustrious Richard Critall, Brightside Foundry and Saunders & Taylor. Names that ring down the ages. They were determined to safeguard their interests – not only over the demarcation issue, but also over unfair tendering practices, trade discounts, payment problems and difficulties over British patents. Many of these issues remain all too familiar to modern contractors and no other organisation can boast such a depth of experience in dealing with them.

Solutions “It is also important that you have to have something to say,” he adds. “It is not enough to simply expose the problems; you must also be able to develop and articulate the solutions and you have to secure seats at the top tables of Government and elsewhere, representing not only the membership, but the entire sector at the highest levels.” That is what the 14 founder members started to do; it is what the HVCA did so effectively; and what BESA continues to do today. Things have evolved of course as the demands on contractors have grown – and it is equally important to be able to provide expert advice and guidance across the whole range of the issues confronting any building engineering services contractor – whatever their specialisms and whatever their size, but the Association’s determination has always been “to make a difference”.

“Few organisations have lasted 115 years with broadly the same mission or have made such a significant contribution to their industry.”

“The mission has been consistent over the years: adding value to our members businesses by providing quality services, promoting excellence and shaping the commercial environment through representation and leadership,” adds Mr Higgs. >>

The First World War led to a period of rapid growth in output and the demarcation difficulties receded. However, they resurfaced later, and the problem was not finally resolved until what was by then the AHVDEE secured a four-party agreement with the heating and plumbing employers and the two unions in 1940. “David Nesbit and his colleagues recognised the importance of coming together to speak with a single voice on key issues,” says Mr Higgs, who worked for the Association for 38 years – 22 years as its chief executive. “It is as true today as it was in 1904 that if you want to make a difference you have to be well organised and you have to be seen to be representative of the sector as a whole.

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Milestones There are numerous examples of how this has worked in practice, but there are several particular milestones that demonstrate how the Association has always been a key influencer. For instance, at the onset of the war in 1914 there were huge demands on labour – and the industry was found wanting, because there was no national policy covering recruitment and training. NAMHDE members, therefore, formed the National Joint Council in 1919 – the principal purpose of which was to promote and regulate craft apprenticeship training.

record that BESA has been able to maintain as a result of continuously up-dating, modernising and evolving the Agreement to suit changing practices, requirements and relationships.

“It was the members of the HVCA that took the first steps towards forming the National College in 1944 – and even introduced a special voluntary levy to pay for it.”

Labour relations have always been crucial and the setting up of the National Working Rules Agreement in 1940 was a major milestone in the history of industrial relations in construction. The existence of that Agreement has been hugely influential in securing an enviable record of relatively harmonious labour relations over the past 75 years – a

It has allowed successive negotiating teams from the Association to set wages and working conditions in a spirit of collaboration and mutual respect.

Training and skills have always sat alongside technical standards at the heart of the Association’s work. It was the members of the HVCA that took the first steps towards forming the National College in 1944 – and even introduced a special voluntary levy to pay for it. It was set up, in response to the growing recognition that it was vital for the industry to tackle the need for education at all levels.

The College, which is now part of London South Bank University, remains at the heart of the building engineering sector to this day and continues to help the industry addresses its changing skills requirements and skill shortages. It has produced generations of building services engineers including dozens of BESA, CIBSE and Institute of Refrigeration Presidents. It was also the members of the HVCA who, in 1955, saw the need for, and established, an independent research body first named the Heating and Ventilating Research Association (HVRA), which was later to become BSRIA.

Collaboration These links to other sector bodies and over a century of seeking collaboration has allowed the organisation to play a key role in giving the sector a single ‘voice’ with government and achieved notable milestones like securing a seat on the Joint Contracts Tribunal in 1965. The HVCA was also well placed to help set up umbrella bodies with like-minded organisations in order to improve representation for members – most notably the Confederation of Associations of Specialist Engineering Contractors (CASEC), which evolved into the highly influential SEC Group in 1993 and has been campaigning for fair payment for sub-contractors ever since. Arguably, however, the finest hour came in the 1990s when the HVCA was highly influential in persuading Government to undertake a review of procurement and practices in the construction industry. Despite only representing one sector of construction, the HVCA (working as part of the SEC Group) was heavily involved in the review carried out by former Conservative >>

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minister Sir Michael Latham. It then steered an extremely effective lobbying campaign alongside Sir Michael for legislation to underpin his recommendations and played a key role in the drafting of what eventually became the Construction Act in 1996. The HVCA’s high level of involvement continued throughout the period that followed when Sir John Egan spearheaded another period of industry reform in a bid to improve the industry’s efficiency and project delivery process. “It was hugely motivating to play such a key role in the transformation of one of the country’s largest and most important industries,” recalls Mr Higgs.

“The founders could have just set up a body to protect their interests and left it at that, but they recognised the potential to do so much more and shape a better future.”

“We knew that we were changing history and that many thousands of businesses would benefit from a much-improved working environment thanks to the unstinting efforts of Sir Michael in particular, and the HVCA and SEC Group staff (with enormous support from a number of key members) who enjoyed a wonderful rapport with him.

“The strand that started with David Nesbit is still intact,” says Mr Higgs. “The founders could have just set up a body to protect their interests and left it at that, but they recognised the potential to do so much more and shape a better future for the whole sector. Companies throughout the sector have benefited from that legacy, but only because succeeding generations of staff and members have stuck to the original mission.

“He, and we, absolutely refused to let the matter drop and kept badgering civil servants until the legislation was enacted.”

“The Association has never asked permission to lead; it has just got on with it. We were fortunate to have guiding lights like Geoff Cutting MBE (director from 1961 – 1989), who repeatedly took the initiative and was respected right across the industry,” he adds.

And the milestones keep coming. SEC Group celebrated its 25th anniversary with the key achievement of having project bank accounts enshrined in draft legislation and placed before Parliament by the MP Debbie Abrahams. It is also playing a crucial role in the Aldous Bill, which was drafted in a bid to protect retention payments from upstream insolvencies –an issue that was well-timed as the need for such protection coincided with, and was underpinned by, the collapse of Carillion in January 2018.

It has not all been plain sailing and there have been troubled times over the 115 years. However, the Association has maintained its core values and has stuck to its primary objective to make a difference through representation, high levels of leadership and the delivery of quality advice and guidance – and the industry is all the better for it, according to Mr Higgs.

The battle goes on to improve the security and flow of payment in our sector – including the removal from public sector contracts of the practice of cash retentions and reverse auction tendering. This continues with BESA’s work on the Aldous Bill due to have its second reading in Parliament this spring.

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“There have been low points and they were depressing,” he says. “However, there have been many more highs, which were hugely rewarding and, thanks to that rich heritage and all that experience, the Association continues to make a difference today.” n www.thebesa.com/back-to-the-besa-future

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VENT HYGIENE SCHEME CRUCIAL FOR BUILDING SAFETY BESCA, the accreditation arm of the Building Engineering Services Association (BESA), has launched a scheme to help ventilation hygiene specialists demonstrate competence as part of the industry-wide campaign to improve safety in buildings.

With building owners, operators and insurers becoming more aware of the fire risks posed by poorly cleaned and maintained systems, there has been growing demand for a robust process to verify the quality of cleaning – particularly of grease extract systems used by commercial kitchens.

These reports will be used as an auditable trail by the VHE member firm; their clients and insurers. BESCA will also carry out ongoing surveillance of each registrant to confirm continuing compliance and to ensure that all staff are undertaking recognised training and have reached the right level of competence to meet the TR19® standard.

As a result, the vent hygiene market is booming. However, this has attracted some non-specialist hygiene providers who do not necessarily understand their responsibilities; or the importance of delivering clean systems, good advice and proper post-clean reporting to clients.

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In response, the ‘Ventilation Hygiene Elite’ (VHE) scheme is based on BESA’s long-established and industry recognised specification and guide to good practice TR19®. The scheme is developed, approved and administered by BESCA, who will audit firms’ work to ensure standards are maintained and manage a database of post-clean reports.

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Since it was first developed in 1998 by BESA’s specialist ventilation hygiene group, TR19® has been widely accepted by the building engineering industry and British insurers as the standard to which ventilation systems should be cleaned. The guiding principle of TR19® is that a defined, measurable level of cleanliness should be achieved to improve safety and comfort in buildings. The VHE scheme uses the high technical standards established through the regular revisions of TR19® to protect clients, giving them the peace of mind that >>

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comes from employing a verifiably competent specialist contractor. This will help them keep their staff safe while also satisfying the increasing demands of insurers and protecting their corporate reputation. Ventilation hygiene is a critical part of any fire risk assessment process and the VHE scheme helps building operators provide supporting evidence to prove that fire safety strategies are being well managed. It also helps the member company maintain an auditable trail of cleans and reduces insurance risk. BESCA said the fire in the Aldgate area of London in the summer of 2019, which gutted a restaurant and damaged the flats above, was a timely reminder of the importance of kitchen extract systems, in particular, being cleaned to a high standard. The fire, which was caused by an unattended charcoal grill, spread rapidly through the ventilation system. A London Fire Brigade spokesperson said the incident highlighted why restaurant and take-away owners “should always take care to make sure their extraction systems are kept clean as a build-up of fat and grease within the filters can lead to a fire”. The VHE scheme is an ideal way to provide owners with the necessary peace of mind. A BESCA certificate for all notified cleans that meet the requirements will be automatically generated for issue to the end client by the hygiene company.

This also reduces the risk of the member firm being held liable in the event of a fire by providing easily accessible evidence of a fully compliant clean. Being part of the scheme will also allow members to grow their businesses because the number of clients and insurance companies specifying TR19® as the required cleaning standard is growing rapidly. They will be able to provide a more professional service with a TR19® compliance certificate generated by BESCA and delivered directly to the scheme member’s in-box for forwarding to the client. The compliance certificate will also indicate when the next clean should be carried out to ensure the client remains protected. The VHE scheme is open to any firm operating in the sector, who can provide proof of competence and professionalism. Eligible BESA members, who meet the scheme’s criteria, will be allowed to join free of charge, but all firms will be subject to the ongoing audit process. VHE members will also be able to use the scheme’s Quality Mark in any advertising and will feature on the BESCA Vent Hygiene register that directs clients towards competent firms.

“The VHE scheme uses the high technical standards established through the regular revisions of TR19® to protect clients, giving them the peace of mind.”

“Ventilation hygiene is an area of real strategic importance for our industry,” said BESA’s director of certification Rachel Davidson. “The market is already experiencing healthy growth as a result of increased awareness among building owners of the crucial health and safety role played by specialist firms. “However, we also have to guard against the inevitable ‘cowboy’ element, who seek to undercut bona fide firms and fail to invest in the training and equipment needed to provide a professional and, therefore, safe service. The VHE scheme will become an important tool in helping clients (and their insurers) select fully compliant firms and verify their systems are fully and professionally cleaned.” n For more information or to join the scheme visit: www.besca.org.uk

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BUILDING ENGINEERS MUST FOCUS ON WELL-BEING The major drive for net zero carbon emissions is also an opportunity for the building engineering sector to improve its record on wider social issues like the health and well-being of building occupants, according to Nathan Wood, chair of the BESA Health & Well-being in Buildings Group.

The building engineering sector has tended to measure its success in terms of energy performance, and the scrutiny on that aspect will only increase as we look for ways to deliver the government’s vision of a net zero carbon economy. However, growing concern about how the indoor environment affects physical and mental health means we have a much wider social responsibility. The government’s commitment to a net zero carbon economy by 2050 has created a wider focus on the work of engineers to improve the quality of built environment projects. This should – in fact, it really must – have significant knock-on benefits for society. Building occupants are also gaining more awareness of their indoor environments because they have access to powerful data about temperature; air quality; lighting levels etc. directly from their smart phones and other portable devices. This makes it increasingly likely that

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property managers will have to develop separate wellbeing policies for their buildings – going further than the measures included in existing health & safety and sustainability plans. Indoor air can be up to five times more polluted than outside air because of the concentration of different sources of contamination. Also, the mixture of indoor and outdoor pollutants can create a far more toxic mix leading to serious health problems. Tackling this issue will require a concerted effort to measure targets and outcomes so that we can create performance benchmarks for the whole industry. As a result, BESA was invited to work with the BSi, EFT Consult, and a group of like-minded industry bodies to help draft the UK’s first British Standard for the health and well-being performance rating of commercial and domestic buildings. >>

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There are five factors that contribute to Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ): 1. Indoor air quality 2. Thermal comfort 3. Odours 4. Noise 5. Lighting Creating the new PAS will involve establishing health and wellbeing performance-ratings and deliver a step change in managing data, which supports improved planning, co-ordination and delivery of better indoor conditions. BESA members may be required to measure and monitor:

• Air quality (for pollutants,

VOCs and moisture/ “The Group odour etc.) will work with • Air movement the BSi to map • Ventilation (in terms of fresh air out the required and temperatures) improvements in design, • Noise levels (external, internal from staff and installation and better internal from assets) build quality as well • Light and glare ongoing long-term • Temperature and responsiveness of maintenance.”

The work was inspired by ground-breaking legislation passed by the Welsh Government. The ‘Well-being of Future Generations (Wales) Act 2015’ was the first of its type in the world and set out to improve social, economic, environmental and cultural well-being, encouraging organisations to think more about the long-term effect of their work on the generations of people who will occupy their buildings.

The Association decided, therefore, to launch a ‘Health & Well-being in Buildings’ (HWB) Group that will provide expert guidance to support the Standard writing process. The Group will work with the BSi to map out the required improvements in design, installation and better build quality as well ongoing long-term maintenance. The ultimate aim is to produce a benchmark standard (PAS) for health and well-being that can be adopted by building services professionals worldwide. Currently, UK building performance tends to be measured in terms of energy efficiency, but with growing concern around links between poor ventilation and rising cases of asthma and the impact of lack of natural lighting on mental health etc., the Association felt there was a pressing need for something more focussed on how buildings influence wider quality of life.

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Management of building services (complaints etc.) Creating the new British Standard will involve establishing health and wellbeing performance-ratings and deliver a step change in managing data, which supports improved planning, co-ordination and delivery of better indoor conditions for all. For more information about the BESA Health & Wellbeing in Buildings group contact: ewen.rose@theBESA.com n

Nathan Wood Managing Director Farmwood M&E www.farmwood.co.uk

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BESA SUPPORT NEW WELL-BEING STANDARD With buildings under increasing scrutiny for their links to poor occupant health, well-being and productivity, the time has come for a British Standard to set out clear steps to better indoor conditions. BESA is working with EFT Consult, the ECA and others to help draft the UK’s first British Standard PAS (Publically Available Specification) for health and well-being performance rating of commercial and domestic buildings. The work was inspired by ground-breaking legislation passed by the Welsh Government. The ‘Well-being of Future Generations (Wales) Act 2015’ was the first of its type in the world and set out to improve social, economic, environmental and

cultural well-being, encouraging organisations to think more about the long-term effect of their work on the generations of people who will occupy their buildings. BESA and its partners will work with the BSi to map out the required improvements in design, installation and better build quality along with ongoing longterm maintenance. The ultimate aim is to produce a benchmark standard for health and well-being that can be adopted by building services professionals worldwide. Currently, UK building performance tends to be measured in terms of energy efficiency, but with growing concern around links between poor ventilation and rising cases of asthma and the impact of lack of natural lighting on mental health, the Association felt there was a pressing need for something more focussed on how buildings influence wider quality of life. Creating the new PAS will involve establishing health and wellbeing performance-ratings and deliver a step change in managing data, which supports improved planning, co-ordination and delivery of better indoor conditions for all. It is widely felt that, unless a standard approach is developed the market will either not work properly or will or it will splinter into a wide range of disparate solutions related without a common goal or recognised outputs. This can lead to corners being cut and low cost operators undermining the market. For more information about the BESA Health & Wellbeing in Buildings group contact: ewen.rose@theBESA.com n

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NHS URGED TO INVEST IN BETTER AIR QUALITY Millions of pounds could be shaved from NHS running costs if estates managers take a closer look at how their heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems are performing, writes Ewen Rose – Secretary of the BESA Health & Wellbeing in Buildings group. The current annual bill for NHS estates management stands at £7.2bn and is rising at almost 8% every year despite the austerity measures introduced by the coalition government. Several trusts ran pilot programmes back in 2016 to trial energy saving strategies and to bolster the department’s own Encode sustainability design guidance. Trusts that ran the pilot schemes were able to reinvest their savings from reduced energy bills in frontline patient care. BESA’s Health and Wellbeing in Buildings Group (H&WB) believes there is still plenty of ‘low hanging fruit’ that almost every healthcare facility can find to quickly and cheaply improve its energy efficiency. This money could then be reinvested in frontline patient care. At the same time, this work would serve to improve the performance of building services systems that directly impact the air quality within healthcare facilities for the benefit of patients and staff.

Estates managers should carry out extensive measuring and monitoring to investigate how well their heating and cooling systems were operating. In many cases, they will find they are working against each other because occupants have been changing the temperature settings.

Extensive Building users opening the windows because they feel hot, rather than turning the heating down, can make this situation worse. Even relatively new hospitals could benefit from extensive re-commissioning to eradicate this type of problem, delegates heard. Facilities managers (FMs) should make sure there is a temperature ‘dead band’ programmed into the controls by optimising the set points to ensure the heating and cooling systems did not end up running at the same time and wasting huge amounts of energy. Ventilation systems are regularly overlooked when managers looked for potential savings. One BESA member worked on the upgrade of a single operating theatre that led to a hospital saving £5,000 in annual running costs. That could add up to £10m a year if replicated right across the whole of the NHS and would also avoid 80 tonnes of carbon emissions. Any ventilation fan that is over five years old is almost certainly inefficient and a replacement would pay for itself in less than three years. Healthcare FMs could cut running costs by 29% by replacing the fans in their air handling units and the addition of heat recovery to ventilation systems can reduce costs in non-clinical areas by up to 30%. Even more basic measures like having grilles and filters cleaned regularly can save thousands of pounds a year. >>

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Priority Maintaining high levels of air purity in clinical and general healthcare facilities remains a major priority, but many FMs were missing the growing threat from increased outside air pollution. The increase in the concentration of diesel particulates, particularly in urban areas, since the government encouraged the adoption of diesel vehicles has led to a worrying rise in respiratory diseases, but the Health Technical Memoranda (HTM) used to guide NHS managers on a wide range of design issues do not cover contaminants that might enter the building from outside.

Hospital FMs should measure airflow rates to get an idea of how well their systems were working and look for ‘free cooling’ opportunities – where the system will cool the building without the need for the refrigeration circuit to operate.

“Ventilation needs to be able to contend with airborne contaminants and VOCs; as well as cooking and body odours, but it was often not designed with any of those things in mind.”

Variable speed drives are often installed in plant rooms, but have just been left at a constant speed setting, which defeats the object. Also, because the primary focus tends to be on operating theatres and critical areas, the well-being of recovering patients and hospital staff can be forgotten. However, bed management teams say their top priority is to help patients recover more quickly. This means that a high standard of indoor air quality (IAQ) is required in general areas. The ventilation, therefore, needs to be able to contend with airborne contaminants and VOCs; as well as cooking and body odours, but it was often not designed with any of those things in mind. The building engineering sector is seeing increased demand for a mixed approach to ventilation that combines natural, low energy solutions wherever possible with powered ventilation only where it is essential. This provides the necessary amount of flexibility so the system can adapt to changing uses and conditions, but also keeps the initial capital cost down. Natural ventilation measures are generally fairly easy to install, but the controls are critical to ensure the system works properly. In fact, 80% of ‘quick wins’ in hospitals are linked to making better use of Building Management Systems (BMS) that are already in place, but are not controlling as many of the building functions as they are capable of.

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BESA’s ventilation hygiene guidance – ‘Guide to Good Practice – Internal Cleanliness of Ventilation Systems’ (TR/19) – has been accepted as the industry standard for more than 20 years and can provide valuable advice to healthcare premises managers on tackling the threat posed by poorly maintained ventilation systems.

It points out that many of the measures needed are very low cost, such as cleaning intake grilles, and will payback in hours because of the immediate running cost and health benefits. Increased use of air filtration will also help trusts maintain good indoor air quality. Energy saving filters were now a much more significant section of the market ‘growing by 20-30% per year and will also last two or three times as long as commodity products. One very easy way to cut costs, while also improving ventilation rates, is to replace standard windows with louvred openings. These meet health, safety and security requirements, but can improve ventilation rates by 15% due to their larger ‘free area’. For more information about the BESA Health and Well Being Group, email: ewen.rose@theBESA.com n

Ewen Rose Secretary BESA – Health & Wellbeing in Buildings group

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HOW WELL-BEING IS TRANSFORMING BUILDING DESIGN UK building performance tends to be measured in terms of energy efficiency, but the impact of our work on human health and well-being should be subject to equal, if not greater scrutiny, according to Dene Kent, ventilation sales director for Swegon UK&I.

The building engineering sector has tended to measure its success in terms of energy performance, which is, of course, a crucial metric for our work. However, growing concern around links between poor ventilation and rising cases of respiratory disease as well as the impact of poor indoor environment on mental health and productivity means we should be looking more widely at how building services affects quality of life. A report from the global management consultancy McKinsey identified human ‘wellness’ as the next “trillion dollar industry”. It is clear that building engineering sits at the heart of this booming market, but we have been looking at it from the wrong end of the telescope by focussing heavily on energy at the expense of wider performance indicators.

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The World Green Building Council (WGBC) estimates that, on average, improving energy efficiency delivers annual savings of around £6 per m2 to the average commercial building owner. Water efficiency gives them back about £1. Yet, if a building contributes to staff retention – because they find it a healthy, invigorating and rewarding place to work – that can deliver savings in the order of £18 per m2. Reducing the absence and poor performance linked to sickness contributes another £26 per m2.

Productivity However, the biggest win is in productivity. Even a modest 5% improvement brought about by working in a betterventilated, cooled and lit space could be worth a significant £307 per m2 per annum, according to the WGBC. >>

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Targeting occupant well-being, therefore, should be the most powerful driver for improving building design. After all, humans are by far the biggest expense associated with the lifecycle of a building – dwarfing the initial construction cost. The 10-80-10 equation is a good way to illustrate this argument where 10% of the cost of a building is in its construction and another 10% in its demolition and decommissioning. The 80% lion’s share is accounted for during its operational life when it is full of ‘expensive’ people. The well-being of those people is by far the biggest economic factor in a building’s life, but the World Health Organisation (WHO) has highlighted serious health threats to occupants caused by the amount of pollution in the air used to supply building ventilation systems. As a result, it has called for much more effective ventilation and air purification designs. As well as the obvious economic argument, there is also a strong social and moral element to this: Poor housing costs the NHS more than £2bn a year in treating people suffering from a wide range of illnesses linked directly to living in cold and damp homes.

Many of these conditions are respiratory. There are also more than 3,000 new cases of occupational asthma diagnosed each year at a cost of over £1bn to health services, according to the Health and Safety Executive (HSE). One in 10 cases of adult onset asthma relate directly to their workplace conditions. Poor quality building environments are causing well-being problems for people at home and at work. Building occupants are also gaining more awareness of their indoor environments because they have access to powerful data about temperature; air quality; lighting levels etc. directly from their smart phones and other portable devices. This makes it increasingly likely that property managers will have to develop separate well-being policies for their buildings – going further than the measures included in existing health & safety and sustainability plans. To make a building healthier requires a well thought out approach from the outset including how to measure the key indicators such as levels of CO2, temperature and relative humidity, and the amount of VOCs from internal sources. Being able to accurately monitor the conditions allows the services designer to use innovations like demand control ventilation (DCV) to deliver the best environment 2 for maximum occupant productivity and well-being.

“To make a building healthier requires a well thought out approach from the outset including how to measure the key indicators such as levels of CO , temperature and relative humidity.”

The availability of connected systems makes it easier for property owners and operators to put wellbeing strategies in place as building services designers can more closely match the performance of heating, cooling and ventilation systems to patterns of demand and room usage. The availability of wireless networks means systems can be more easily configured, commissioned and controlled. It also gives engineers a route to tackling the individual pieces of equipment that consume the most energy, such as fans and chillers.

Proactive The strategy will vary from building to building, taking account of location, age and type, and the usage patterns of the occupiers. The first step towards developing a positive and proactive strategy will be to understand the demands >>

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As a result, the wireless installation is commissioned without communication cabling, which reduces time, cost and complexity while also making it very simple to operate and change in the future. The different pieces of equipment installed on the system, such as dampers and diffusers, communicate via wireless signal and, if there is a break in the signal, the network simply re-routes the messages so there is no drop in the system’s performance. The use of distributed sensors and motorised air volume control dampers with linked optimising controllers can create a system that constantly adjusts itself in response to the presence – or lack – of occupants.

and goals of the building and then use the latest technology to configure a system that can be directly adapted to produce the required conditions without driving up operating costs. This is why DCV is proving increasingly popular. It can reduce the amount of fan energy used by up to 80% - and deliver an overall energy saving for cooling and heating of more than 40% compared with constant air volume (CAV) systems. This is because air, cooling and heating are supplied in just the right amounts, at the right places and at the right time based on the user’s demand patterns, which also ensures the best comfort and air quality conditions for people when they are in the occupied space.

“The first step towards developing a positive and proactive strategy will be to understand the demands and goals of the building.”

The design approach that led to the development of variable air volume (VAV) systems was refined to produce the modern DCV systems that not only control temperature (and humidity), but also optimise the supply air volumes – particularly outdoor air – to improve the indoor environment while also minimising energy costs.

With a CAV system the airflow rate is kept constant, while with a DCV system it is modulated to meet the actual usage of an area. It can also be configured to respond to manage the level of CO2 and VOC or other elements that can have a detrimental effect on the health and well-being of occupants.

Growing awareness of the need to target well-being as a design driver will quickly accelerate demand for this type of ‘smart’ solution that enables building services designers to improve indoor conditions while simultaneously cutting operating costs. Meaning health and well-being goals can be achieved while, at the same time, energy costs continue to do down. n

Swegon’s WISE system is an example of how cutting edge DCV technology is being applied in UK buildings. It uses a self-healing mesh network that ensures a wireless system cannot be undermined by any interruption or reduction in the strength of the signal it uses to communicate between different products installed throughout the building.

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Dene Kent Ventilation Sales Director Swegon UK&I www.swegon.co.uk

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DUCTING AND WEAVING Duct leakage is a significant, but often overlooked, energy saving opportunity, says Andy Watton, national sales manager of Lindab. While recent years have seen much focus being placed on increasing the energy efficiency of air movement and conditioning plant, little or no attention has been given to how this expensively-conditioned air is transported around a building. If hot water pipes were allowed to leak in the manner that many currently installed ductwork systems do there would be an outcry, and quite rightly. However, as air is invisible and nobody can see the leakage occurring, you don’t even need to turn a blind eye to overlook it. For very little cost, we can remedy this and make significant savings over the next 10 years. Heating energy loss due to leaking ductwork in Belgium has been estimated at 15GWh per year (Duct Leakage in European Buildings Status and Perspectives report, FR Carrie). This does not even take into account the fan power required to deliver additional air to replace that leaking from the duct. If the energy impact estimate for Belgium is extrapolated to the rest of Europe, then it appears that the heating energy consumption due to duct leakage is around 0.75TWh per year in offices and 7.5TWh per year in dwellings. This gives an indication of the size of the problem, and the potential in untapped energy savings.

The International Energy Agency Report states: “Apart from Sweden, many countries in Europe generally have very leaky ventilation systems. Air leakage is typically three times higher than Class A, which is up to 30 times higher than air leakage seen in Sweden. Nearly all Swedish buildings and their installations meet the voluntary AMA specification guidelines referenced in building contracts between the owner and contractors.” Contributing to the success in achieving airtight ductwork in Sweden is an increased awareness of the benefits of quality ductwork as well as guidelines provided in building contracts and verification requirements for each project with pre-defined incentives and penalties. The rate of permissible duct leakage in the UK is detailed within the BESA Specification for Sheet Metal Ductwork DW144. Permissible leakage is split into four classes, A-D, with A having the highest leakage rate and D the lowest. A factor of three separates each step so Class B is three times more airtight than class A, therefore class D is 27 times more airtight than class A. It isn’t recommended that Class A ductwork, which is typically installed in most offices, hotels and public buildings for example, is tested for leakage and this compounds the problem. The TightVent conference in Nottingham in September 2017 reported that around one third of tested Class A systems failed to reach even this low standard with a number leaking at more than 2.5 times the permitted level for Class A. It would appear that voluntary codes and practices are not sufficient to drive an increase in ductwork airtightness in the UK, this will only happen under legislation. Implementation of legislation to enforce testing and the introduction of a competency scheme for commercial ductwork installers, similar to that recently imposed on domestic installations, is required. >>

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“Contributing to the success in achieving airtight ductwork in Sweden is an increased awareness of the benefits of quality ductwork as well as guidelines provided.”

The main barrier at present, is perceived increased cost of construction. Reports (such as BISRIA report ref Report No. 51681/04) reveal that using presealed ducting components can in fact reduce installation costs for circular ductwork systems. Ductwork contractors will see this as a welcome opportunity to raise standards within their industry and remove any acceptance of poor workmanship from less reputable installers.

End users stand to gain the most from an energy efficient building, however, with the exception of large corporations, end users are rarely involved in the selection of plant at the design and construction stage. An introduction of certification on all new buildings would drive selection of more airtight, energy efficient designs. A register of tested installations would enable the tracking of certification and improvement. The leakage classification of any ductwork installed within commercial buildings should be required to be displayed as part of a commercial building’s Energy Performance Certificate. An immediate increase in the required Ductwork Airtightness Standard, with class B as the minimum acceptable standard for all buildings, would have a considerable impact on energy saving. In this respect the maths speaks for itself; if you are reducing air leakage from ductwork by a factor of 3 for the majority of buildings then quite obviously there has to be a correlation to energy saving. A stepped introduction of tighter ductwork requirements over the next 10 years with a final objective of class C as a minimum standard should be the aspiration. The advantage with this proposal is that no barriers exist; both the technology and the products already exist in the market place. The only requirement is for government to drive Building Standard upwards. In Sweden for many years ducting components have been required to be “type approved” to demonstrate their airtightness. No such requirement exists in the UK, and, as a result, there is no requirement to demonstrate airtightness of ducting components. Now that a Eurovent Certification programme exists for ducting components, the same exercise can easily be applied in the UK. High performance airtight HVAC systems are achieved in Sweden through the installation of circular ducts with reinforcing spiral lockseams and ducting components with integrated rubber gaskets capable of providing an airtightness of Class D. These products are already available on the UK market. Lindab have invested in securing Eurovent Certification for our Safe Seal ducting components to provide third party accreditation to the fact that, when correctly installed, they will provide Class D leakage rate.

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Currently most designers make an allowance in all air movement and conditioning plant for leakage, in the majority of cases this is around 10%. If we can guarantee an airtight delivery system then we can remove this 10% allowance, resulting in a downsizing of plant, lower energy consumption and lower installation costs. More precise measurements of airflow within ductwork, using the latest digital technologies, allows systems to react to demand in a far more precise way than ever before, ensuring just the right amount of air is delivered to any one location to meet the demands at that location. This, in turn, allows plant to be ramped up and down in tune with demand. Assuming duct leakage is reduced, or ideally eliminated, then a true picture of energy consumption can be produced and represented digitally. This would allow, for example, proportional charging of services such as heating and air conditioning to clients in a multioccupancy building. This would make individual tenants responsible and aware of their energy consumption, driving a call for being as energy efficient as possible. HVAC ventilation systems in shops, schools, offices, public buildings, factories and marine installations, as well as LEV systems and the residential sector, would all benefit from an increase in ductwork airtightness. In fact, there is hardly a building in the UK that could not improve its energy efficiency simply by stopping the ductwork from leaking. n

Andy Watton National Sales Manager Lindab www.lindab.com

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PARTICLE PHYSICS Peter Dyment, technical manager of Camfil, explains the impact of airborne particulate matter on human health and offers solutions to protect people inside buildings.

The quality of the air we breathe has a huge impact on our health and wellbeing (globally, air pollution contributes to the equivalent of 5% of all deaths worldwide). Each of us inhales more than 25 million particles with every breath we take, and the more contaminants we ingest, the greater the chance of sickness and ill-health.

it is possible to improve the quality of the indoor air until it reaches an acceptable level using the ventilation system alone. If a mobile air purifier is installed in rooms as an extra measure, a consistently high level of air quality can be achieved, even if the number of particulates and other substances in the outdoor air varies significantly.

If outdoor ventilation air is not effectively filtered and cleaned, there is a risk that the indoor air will contain a very large quantity of the harmful particulates that find their way into people’s respiratory tracts and circulation systems.

Particulate problems

These particles and other substances can combine with those already present inside buildings and become more aggressive and harmful, making indoor air pollution many more times as hazardous as the outdoor variety. But with quality air filters in air handling units, a significant proportion of these harmful outdoor particles can be stopped before they are spread through the ventilation system. This means that in polluted cities like London, Paris, Los Angeles, Beijing and New Delhi,

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Poor air quality results from particulate matter (PM) in the air. PM comprises a complex mixture of solid and liquid particles of organic and inorganic substances suspended in the air. The major components are sulphate, nitrates, ammonia, sodium chloride, black carbon, mineral dust and water. There are also larger bio-particles usually present. PM has both physical and chemical characteristics, manmade and natural sources that vary by location. Spending a day on the streets of Beijing, for example, will have the same negative effect on your respiratory tract as staying 30 days in Paris. However, people react differently to poor quality air, depending on their sensitivity. >>

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The human body can filter coarse particles. On average PM10 particles can be stopped as they enter the throat. PM2.5 particles are dealt with in the lungs and alveoli. PM1 penetrate into the bloodstream and can contribute to serious illness. At worst, PM1 can contribute to deadly diseases like heart attacks, lung cancer, dementia, emphysema and other serious diseases leading to premature death. Typical particulates found in air include:

• Coarse particles, often 10 microns (μm) or bigger

(1μm = 1/1,000th of a millimetre). Examples include visible coarse dust, sand, leaves, hairs and other large organic particles.

• PM10 – airborne particles =/< 10μm in diameter including coarser fine dust and larger organic particles.

• PM2.5 – airborne

particles =/< 2.5μm in diameter such as larger combustion particles and small organic particles.

• PM1 – airborne

particles =/<1μm in diameter, including dust, combustion particles such as diesel fumes, bacteria and viruses.

Tackling the problem In the UK, the government’s Clean Air Strategy outlines Whitehall’s ambitions relating to reducing air pollution in the round, making our air healthier to breathe. The Clean Air Act that will result from this strategy will attribute legal responsibility to property owners and landlords to ensure that the building occupants are protected. Facilities managers, for example, will also find their roles changing because they are the ones who will be expected to put the practical solutions in place so that their employers are not exposed to legal jeopardy. Air filters can be as small as a matchbox or as large as a shipping container. But, whatever their size, the end product is clean air – free of harmful pollutants, dust, dirt, allergens, contaminants, molecular gases and, in some cases, even life-threatening radioactive dust. By providing clean air, our filters improve people’s health and performance, protect critical manufacturing processes, boost productivity and safeguard the environment. For urban environments with air pollution, we offer ePM1-classified filters according to the new ISO 16890 standard (see later) and ozonerated City filters that combine particle and molecular filtration for light duties.

“Poor air quality results from particulate matter (PM) in the air. PM comprises a complex mixture of solid and liquid particles of organic and inorganic substances.”

In addition to selecting the right particle efficiency, there are other important filter product features to consider, such as long life, a low pressure-drop and low energy consumption. When building owners purchase quality filters, they also benefit by getting the lowest total cost of ownership for their filtration solution.

Which filter? The best way to gauge the right filter products use in specific applications is to apply the appropriate standard. ISO 16890: ISO 16890 is the new common global particle filter test standard which replaced the EN779 filter test standard in Europe and the UK in June 2018 and is intended to replace the ASHRAE 52.2 filter test standard in the US over a longer transition period. For the first time, in ISO 16890 we have an air filtration performance standard that actually tells people specifically what a filter does. It is also more accurate than its predecessors and is a global standard that offers a single test for all customers. >>

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ISO 10121-2: The molecular filter test standard aims to provide an objective test method to estimate the performance of any full-size gas filtration device for general filtration. ISO 10121 prescribes methods, test equipment, data interpretation and reporting for gas-phase air cleaning devices intended for the removal of gas-phase contamination from air in general ventilation applications. (Typical outside gases NO2, SO2, O3, H2S) Molecules are typically 1,000 to 10,000 times smaller than the most penetrating particles that pass through HEPA and ULPA filters. Molecular filters employ a technique known as ‘adsorption’. In simple terms this means sticking the molecules onto materials with extremely high surface areas. Most molecular filters use activated carbon or activated alumina as the active ingredient. The standard came about because of the need to test air filters closer to real-life conditions by covering a wider and more representative range of particles. It tests efficiency on 0.3-10μm (micron) particles and relates test result to PM1, PM2.5 and PM10. It also offers 30 classes in three groups (compared with nine classes under EN779 and 16 classes under ASHRAE 52.2.) The new ISO 16890 standard describes equipment, materials, technical specifications, requirements, qualifications and procedures to produce laboratory performance data. It also enables the designer to calculate an efficiency classification based upon the measured fractional efficiency which is converted into ‘particulate matter efficiency’ (ePM) expressed as a percentage of the PM captured by the filter. Eurovent: Under the new Eurovent energy classification, the demands on energy efficiencies have increased, meaning many filters previously considered A+ have been downgraded to A, forcing manufacturers to improve the performance of their filters and acknowledging the general developments within the industry since the original Energy Rating was introduced in 2015. All air filters can be graded from A+ to E. Grade A+ stands for the lowest energy consumption and E for the highest. The classification will give customers a better understanding of the annual energy consumption, average efficiency and minimum efficiency, with A+ filters contributing to reductions in energy usage and CO2 emissions - while also improving IAQ. Based on a robust certification process, Eurovent energy certified products must show Annual Energy Consumption (kWh/y) specific to each ISO filter efficiency rating and be ISO tested in accredited independent laboratories manufacturers’ sites. This certified energy data is available to view at www.eurovent-certification.com.

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Camfil has produced a guide to Indoor Air Quality, ‘People Matter 1st’, available to download for free from www.camfil.com. n

Peter Dyment Technical Manager Camfil

Particulate pollutants in brief Pollutants that can affect air quality inside buildings fall into one or more of the following categories: matter includes dust, smoke and • Particulate tobacco smoke, pollen, animal dander, particles generated from combustion appliances such as cooking stoves, and particles associated with tiny organisms such as dust mites, mould, bacteria and viruses.

pollutants come from combustion • Gaseous processes. Sources include solid fuel heating

sources with insufficient venting, gas cooking stoves, vehicle exhaust and tobacco smoke. They also come from building materials, furnishings, adhesives, paint and varnish, cleaning products and pesticides.

pollution includes outside • Environmental contaminants such as vehicle fumes and

industrial pollution which can seep into buildings, but there is also a risk from naturally occurring gases such as radon.

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AIR LINES Kitchen extract ventilation should be re-classified as local exhaust ventilation (LEV) to protect catering staff from growing threats to their health, according to Paul Downing from Compliance (Air and Water).

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 volume of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) in the air. Re-classifying kitchen extract systems as local exhaust ventilation (LEV) 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. 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).

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

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health and safety role as well as subjecting their owners to much closer scrutiny and inspection. 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.

“Re-classifying kitchen extract systems as local exhaust ventilation (LEV) would mean they were subject to more stringent regulation and inspection.” fumes can cause cancer”. This requirement is also stated in the HSE’s guidance HSG54, which covers the maintenance, examination and testing of LEVs. And the HSE 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. 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. 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

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The HSE has considerable powers to prosecute business owners that 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. BESA experts suggest these numbers are just the tip of a very large iceberg. There are thousands of commercial cooking premises that do not have a proper ventilation strategy 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 premises already subject to HSE inspection and prosecution under LEV regulations. n

Paul Downing Principal Consultant Compliance (Air and Water) www.complianceairandwater.com

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FACING UP TO THE GREASE CHALLENGE Despite intense publicity surrounding fire safety in buildings, one of the areas with highest risk has struggled for attention. That should all change with a new BESA specification, according to Gary Nicholls, managing director of Swiftclean.

BESA members continue to come across far too many grease extract systems in commercial kitchens that have clearly never been cleaned properly. These represent a considerable fire risk – not only to the building in question – but also to its neighbours. BESA’s Ventilation Hygiene branch deserves considerable credit for taking on this problem by producing a standalone guidance document for kitchen extract systems; the newly issued TR19® Grease. TR19® Grease was created by lifting Section 7 from the second edition of TR/19 – the ventilation hygiene industry’s primary guidance document for more than 20 years – and raising its status to a specification document in its own right. At the same time a newly branded TR19® document was re-issued without a section on kitchen extract systems. This is important for several reasons. The cleanliness of a kitchen is often the remit of the kitchen manager. Almost invariably, they will be focused

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on the meticulous cleanliness of the kitchen, but, without a building services background, they may be unaware that they are neglecting the cleaning of the extract system. Equally, the building manager may regard the kitchen manager as the expert on their own facility, so the hidden aspects of the extract system can fall between two stools and rapidly become non-compliant. By creating a new TR19® Grease specification, it is now very clear that the cleaning and compliance of the kitchen extract system, including the canopy and ductwork, is very much a building services and property maintenance issue, which will typically require the services of a specialist cleaning provider. It is important to use a provider that employs fully qualified, competent staff of BESA GHT level, who will completely remove the grease layer within the canopy, fans and ductwork at every clean and, most importantly, evidence this on behalf of the Responsible Person. This is why TR19® Grease also calls for cleaning providers to >>

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be registered with the BESCA Ventilation Hygiene Elite (VHE) scheme. The clean itself will now be registered by the cleaning provider to obtain certification through BESCA, the BESA certification arm, thus creating a more robust audit trail. This will incur a minimal fee, a small price to pay for peace of mind and valuable evidence of compliance. Historically, there has been a perception that to create a serious fire risk, the grease build-up must be quite severe. This is simply not true. In order to be compliant, the grease layer must be controlled within an average thickness of 200 microns, which is roughly half the thickness of the average business card. If allowed to exceed this relatively thin layer, grease deposits can provide sufficient fuel to spread fire via the ductwork, which then, unfortunately, becomes a natural chimney, allowing a small fire to flourish, developing into a major destructive force. The ductwork usually vents the hot, grease laden air from cooking up through the property, to be released at roof level. In cases where fast food outlets are located at street level, with offices and apartments being housed on the floors above, any fire breaking out in a kitchen extract system represents a risk of damage to the whole property and a real threat to the lives of occupants in the floors above.

We often see the roof damaged in this sort of fire and that frequently also leads to widespread water damage. This may be from the attempts of firefighters to bring the fire under control or from exposure to the elements; often a combination of the two. The existence of TR19® Grease should serve to concentrate the minds of those in charge of properties. We hope that in this shorter document, the consequences of non-compliance will be more prominent. Failure to comply with TR19® Grease, as with its predecessors, comes with some serious consequences. Firstly, the buildings insurance policy may be compromised. The insurer will, quite reasonably, expect the property manager to have complied with the law, which includes adherence to the Regulatory Reform Fire Safety Order. Article 11 of this highlights the importance of control measures, for which the TR19® Grease specification now gives a framework. If you do not follow industry best practice and comply with legal requirements, in the event of a fire, your insurers may refuse to pay out on any resultant claim. This can spell the end for many businesses.

“Grease deposits can provide sufficient fuel to spread fire via the ductwork, which then becomes a natural chimney, allowing a small fire to flourish.”

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This may not be your only problem, however. The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 requires an organisation to appoint a Responsible Person. If fire occurs in a kitchen extract system that was not compliant with TR19® Grease, there can also be legal consequences for the Responsible Person. >>

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“It is a vital legal protection to follow this new BESA specification and maintain system compliance with expert cleaning by a VHE scheme registered provider.”

These can include prosecution and, if convicted, a custodial sentence, especially if the fire has caused a fatality. It is a vital legal protection, therefore, to follow this new BESA specification and maintain system compliance with expert cleaning by a VHE scheme registered provider. Guidance on selecting appropriate cleaning intervals are laid out in the useful tables in TR19® Grease. It explains the importance of monitoring pre-cleaning grease thickness levels and regularly reviewing the frequencies of cleaning to ensure that grease levels do not exceed 200 microns as a mean average. Full access to the ductwork remains a challenge in many systems. The design and installation of a kitchen extract system must comply with DW172, yet this does not specify as much access as we require to comply with TR19® Grease. With the issuing of a separate document, therefore, we hope that system designers and installers will start to take on board the need for sufficient access for ongoing TR19® Grease compliance, from the outset. Ideally, we will in time see DW172 change to include the full remit of access points required to achieve TR19® Grease compliance. At the moment we often have to retrofit additional

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access doors or platforms to allow inspection and cleaning, even on a new system. If we could design and construct to TR19® Grease guidelines, this problem would simply disappear.

The hygiene benefits of the regular, complete, expert removal of grease deposits from the entire extract system are obvious, but in our experience, the economic and safety ones still need to be better and more widely understood. It is our hope that the introduction of TR19® Grease will help to educate our industry still further regarding the need for ongoing compliance and vigilance in this essential fire safety issue. n

Gary Nicholls Managing Director Swiftclean www.swiftclean.co.uk

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GETTING ACTIVE ABOUT PASSIVE FIRE PROTECTION There is no more emotive subject in building engineering services right now than fire safety, but one crucial aspect is continually overlooked, according to Richard Norman, managing director of Indepth. Since the Grenfell Tower disaster, building owners up and down the country have been reassessing their fire safety strategy and carrying out risk assessments. Hardly a day goes by without some high profile figure debating the role of sprinklers and the use of flammable cladding materials. However, the whole subject of ‘passive’ fire protection including how to maintain compartmentalisation is creating considerable confusion among building managers. Many are simply turning to their fire alarm providers and asking them to extend their remit across the whole fire strategy, but they don’t necessarily have the specialist engineering knowledge needed to make a building compliant with legislation. 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. 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.

Weak spot Ventilation ductwork is a major potential weak spot in any fire strategy because it contains critical fire safety equipment, but often building owners only become aware of its vulnerability when a fire starts to spread. In a large percentage of cases, the designated fire risk assessor does not recognise the ventilation system as part of the fire safety strategy. They are familiar with more obvious items like sprinklers, fire escapes and extinguishers, but they are unfamiliar with the role of crucial, but hidden, equipment like fire and smoke dampers – in many cases they are unsure even how to locate them. Fire and smoke dampers are the classic ‘out of sight out of mind’ product. They sit passively in the ductwork year and after year and are only called on to perform during a fire. Most are operated by a ‘fusible link’ that closes the damper in the event of fire by responding to a rise in temperature. Fire will spread rapidly through ventilation systems unless those systems contain properly designed and >>

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dampers they have. Why not have them tested at the same time? This is a far more efficient and effective process that, as well as saving clients’ money by combining the two activities, helps them comply with legislation more quickly. In an ideal world, dampers will sit in the ductwork for many years without being called into action. However, it is absolutely essential that, if there is a fire in the building, they will close when needed. That is why a proper drop test is required every year. In the past, ‘tests’ were often little more than visual verifications followed by the issuing of a certificate that did nothing to make people safer. Fortunately, we are starting to see an improvement in the professionalism of specialist testing firms so that this becomes more than simply a ‘tick box’ exercise.

“Fire will spread rapidly through ventilation systems unless those systems contain properly designed and well maintained dampers.” well maintained dampers. Preventing the spread of smoke is also vital because it can hamper safe evacuation of the building and is the main cause of property damage from fires. Under the terms of the relevant UK standard BS9999, dampers should be tested at least once a year – and in ventilation systems likely to accumulate dust more quickly or in other types of high-risk buildings the test interval needs to be shorter. A fire damper survey is the first step in achieving a fire damper testing regime in line with the legal requirements of the RRO and to ensure the fire service does not close down your building on safety grounds. The first task of the survey is to locate all the fire dampers in the building. This is not an easy task as rarely are the original installation plans available. Once they are located, dampers need to be inspected. A visual assessment will highlight any damage or anything that might prevent the damper from closing properly in the event of a fire. However, many people are wasting time and money simply creating asset registers that tell them how many

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Each damper should be drop tested and then reset to open once a year. A full test report should be issued including photographs of each tested damper in the open and dropped position. At this point, the specialist carrying out the test should also notify the building operator of any remedial work that may be needed, accompanied by a schedule of works and associated costs.

Fire stopping In many cases, the damper may not have been properly installed in the first place – it is not uncommon to find them installed upside down, for example. Inspections also regularly reveal problems with the fire stopping and dampers that were not properly sealed into the ductwork. This means that, in the event of a fire, smoke will be able to travel around the damper. Another common problem is that the damper may not have been secured in place properly. The use of poor quality or inappropriate fixings often means the damper may be functioning perfectly well, but will simply drop out of the ductwork as soon as the temperature rises. If defects are identified during the course of fire damper testing, the responsible test company should issue a schedule to the client and offer to carry out remedial >>

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work. In too many cases, it is only the test certificate that the building manager wants and they ignore the rest â&#x20AC;&#x201C; but if you fail to carry out the remedial works then the system will remain non-complaint and in breach of fire safety legislation. Professional firms with properly trained specialists will probably be able to find most of the dampers, using innovative methods like endoscopes to reach inaccessible points in the ventilation system. However, getting access to the dampers to carry out full testing and remedial work is one of the biggest problems facing engineers. Dampers should be installed with access panels on both sides to enable full inspection, testing and maintenance, but that is often not the case. Even getting to the ductwork itself can be a big problem. In theory, buildersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; hatches should be installed in brickwork, plaster walls and ceilings to make the ductwork accessible for maintenance purposes, but again these are often absent. The need for proper testing regimes and comprehensive evidence is not only a concern for fire professionals. Insurers are also waking up to the fact that poorly maintained fire and smoke dampers are undermining safety strategies in thousands of buildings and they are adjusting their policies accordingly. Failure to provide evidence of a robust testing regime as part of a loss adjustment process following a fire could

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prove extremely expensive to many building owners. An A4 page with tick boxes, but no report and photos will not satisfy them and may result in non-payment of a claim. The good news is that the whole issue of fire safety is subject to greater scrutiny than ever, but as a result some of the issues being uncovered are extremely alarming. For example, a recent survey of a major hospital revealed that more than 30,000 holes had been drilled through firewalls and never resealed. Each of those holes represents a potential life safety risk and, in a building full of vulnerable patients, it is hard to think of a greater failure of building management. Failing to adequately test tens of thousands of fire and smoke dampers is equally worrying as it is leaving building occupants up and down the country at risk. Simply flourishing a test certificate when the fire inspector comes to call is no longer enough. Robust, systematic testing backed up by clear photographic evidence is the only way to reassure everyone that your dampers will work when they are needed â&#x20AC;&#x201C; and, in the process, help everyone sleep better at night. n

Richard Norman Managing Director Indepth www.fire-damper.co.uk

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FIRE ALARM The threats associated with fire have been recognised in the UK since 1666 when the Great Fire of London destroyed more than 13,000 houses, 87 churches and gutted St Paul’s Cathedral. However, ignorance of fire protection remains common, says John Grenville, managing director of ECEX. A disturbing lack of understanding of fire protection has been revealed in a new study from fire-retardant technology firm Zeroignition. It discovered that just 3% of architects from the UK, Germany and France can identify four basic fire protection terms. Specifiers in the three countries were asked about their familiarity with four common terms – active fire protection, passive fire protection, fire resistance and reaction to fire. Just 8% of the architects surveyed in the UK were able to define the four terms, in France the figure was 6% and in Germany none. Just 2% of the architects interviewed in the Zeroignition study said they’d received comprehensive fire protection training and less than one in 10 (8%) said they had never had fire protection training. A third of said their current employer didn’t spend enough on fire protection training and more than three quarters believed they lacked fully comprehensive training in the discipline. These appalling figures are an indictment of fire protection training and development systems and point to a

desperate need for more fire stopping experts. As an industry, we really must to face up to more stringent requirements in terms of demonstrating that people are competent and trained to do these types of installations. Indeed, I believe we should go further. Fire is such a potentially catastrophic event that I would say if you want fire protection to be installed correctly and to deliver the performance required, then it makes sense for specialist people to do that work for you. And there is a particular need in the HVAC sector for fire stopping services – sealing gaps and openings caused by mechanical and electrical services breaching compartment walls and floors, to prevent fire, heat and smoke passing from one building compartment to another. Fire stopping can help prevent fire-related fatalities. But only if it is appropriate for the job and fitted correctly. For example, if you are installing a cable tray through a penetration there is some expansion in that tray if there’s a fire, but it’s not going to be significant. However, if you’ve got a large duct going through the wall, and that heats up, it will expand significantly. So, the fire stopping or seal around a duct has got to be able to accommodate substantial movement. If the wrong material is used, the natural effect will be to push the fire stop out as the duct expands [with significant implications for the spread of fire]. Compartmentation – separating different sections of the building from each other – is achieved by dividing it into a series of fire-tight ‘boxes’ to prevent the passage of smoke, heat and toxic gases. However, there is a problem. What happens when services such as pipes and cables penetrate fire compartment walls? The answer here is a passive fire protection technique called ‘fire stopping’. This involves sealing the openings and joints in fire-resistant walls and floors. >>

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Meanwhile, if you want to know more about this complex issue, the ASFP (http://www.asfp.org.uk/) has published a wide range of technical guidance which can be found on its website. For example, the ‘On-site guide to installing fire-stopping’ offers general best practice on the subject, including cavity barriers, penetration seals for services and linear joint seals.

Typical fire stop around trunking box using FSI Ltd stopseal board and sealant detail

Among the guide’s recommendations are to check the product’s fire test and other evidence to ensure it adequately supports the end use application. It also says that the penetration seal chosen for installation around fire dampers or ducts should be approved for use and be compatible with the damper/duct in question. Furthermore, says the ASFP: “Don’t mix one manufacturer’s product with another’s in a single seal e.g. batts and mastics from different manufacturers, or pipe collars and batts from different manufacturers. This is not proven by test evidence and therefore cannot be assumed to work.”

Vermiculux board beam encasement

Approved document B of the Building Regulations, Fire Safety, (https://bit.ly/2tRyZW5) defines a fire stop as: “A seal provided to close an imperfection of fit or design tolerance between elements or components, to restrict the passage of fire and smoke.”

Fire stop systems help to protect buildings from fire and save lives, so it pays to take them seriously. n

John Grenville Managing Director ECEX www.ecex.co.uk

A whole host of fire stopping components are available including fire foams and intumescent products, fire collars and fire pillows (see the box). Fire stopping is the first line of defence should disaster strike and a building go up in flames. But it will only work if the appropriate components are installed correctly. That’s why it is critical to employ a business that knows what it’s doing in this complex area. Ideally, according to the Association for Specialist Fire Protection (ASFP), fire stopping should only be carried out by ‘competent persons’, in other words, those working for a third party certificated contractor or those who have had their competency checked by a scheme run by a third party certification body. My own company, for example, has introduced a new solution to provide services including fire stopping of walls, floors and riser; fire barriers; structural fire protection, and fire-rated ductwork. We offer a free site survey followed by a detailed report and quotation from experienced personnel as a part of the service – which includes fire curtains, stopping holes in the ceiling void. It also includes advice and impartial suggestions on materials, design and specification, together with guide cost comparisons.

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Types of fire stopping technology Sealants, sprays and foams: Achieving up to a fourhour fire rating for horizontal and vertical locations, these products are designed to protect the fire integrity around electrical and mechanical services where they penetrate compartment walls or pass through floors. Fire pillows: Can be laid in courses. If there is a fire, their intumescent filling expands to seal the gaps around penetrations. Pipe wraps and bandages: Typically comprise a polythene sheath surrounding intumescent sheets designed to maintain the integrity of plastic pipework and electrical trunking in a fire. Intumescent strips and smoke seals: Contain a substance which, when exposed to heat, swells to increase in volume, but not in density. Structural steel protection: There are fire stopping products specifically designed protect the structural frame of a building, enabling it to retain its load bearing strength for a certain amount of time.

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MANUFACTURE BY DESIGN Design for Manufacture and Assembly is a potentially powerful tool in a project team’s arsenal. Adrian Mitchell, manager – modular services at Balfour Beatty Kilpatrick, examines the meaning of the acronym, where its benefits lie and how we, as an industry, can implement the process. For smaller projects, where most of the drawing information is supplied in 2D format, it may be sensible to opt for early stage DfMA products. Prefabricated bracketry and sub-assembled service spools can be a quick and easy way to remove works from site, without the need to produce detailed designs. Ideally, at design stage, a co-ordinated 3D model will have been produced and this can form the key to unlocking greater utilisation of DfMA on the project. When reviewing a model for offsite and DfMA potential, I generally tend to focus my attention on areas of high service density, which usually leads me to main distribution routes in corridors, risers and plant areas.

Design for Manufacture and Assembly (DfMA) should, I believe, be a requirement for all operational, engineering and design roles within the construction industry. What comes with an understanding of DfMA is an ability to easily identify where it can add value on projects and, just as important, the confidence to implement it. DfMA is becoming a greater focus for our clients each year and, in some cases, is the only way to deliver a project meeting the requirements of customers. This means that we, as an industry, need to improve our awareness of it. While DfMA is a large and ever-evolving part of the industry, there are several areas of importance that are consistent and warrant consideration, whether you are assessing a project for DfMA or realising it. These run through the lifecycle of the project, from design to handover. The first consideration is how good is the information that we are working with? Theoretically, varying degrees of DfMA can be used on any project, no matter the level of detail the drawings provide; but the poorer the detail available at the start of the project, the greater the time and cost expenditure required to develop a complex DfMA design.

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In these areas, you would typically look to use ‘modular’ products in order to minimise labour and improve quality of the install. In plant rooms you can employ varying degrees of DfMA, depending on the design, including sub-assembly install, skid-mounted plant and equipment or, for those with plant rooms located remotely or on the roof, containerised units. This leads me on to the second area of consideration – digital tools, or more accurately, digital tools used at the right time. While a 3D model can greatly assist in using DfMA on a project, most of what we currently do as an industry is something I call ‘retroactive offsite’. That is, taking a traditionally design project and retrofitting offsite products into it. As a transitional measure, moving from traditional designs into more modern methods of construction, this is fine. But, as an industry, we should be placing greater focus on designing our projects from the outset with DfMA and offsite in mind. The old adage ‘measure twice, cut once’ has never been more relevant with the suite of digital tools now available in the industry, so when we look to employ offsite into our designs, the level of detail put into the 3D model can never be too great.


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Producing something in a manufacturing environment requires a level of accuracy that is rarely achieved on a building site, but it is important that the 3D model is virtually constructed using a library of parts that accurately reflect the ‘real-world’ products that they represent. Without this level of detail, products produced away from site run the risk of misaligning and clashing with every other part of the building. Fortunately, most manufacturers and suppliers have developed digital libraries for their products and there are numerous CAD and design companies that can accurately design and model offsite products for the open market. The next area to consider is who is actually going to be making your offsite products? Most large construction companies in the UK have developed their own inhouse manufactures over the last decade or so, but that doesn’t restrict the use of DfMA and offsite to just these companies. There are now a number of independent businesses specialising in DfMA, that can offer design, manufacture and installation services based across the UK. Sub-contracting out a package of works always carries an element of risk and this is just as applicable when engaging with a manufacturer to make offsite products, particularly when you may not be fully versed in the intricacies of DfMA. Ensuring that the manufacturer fully understands the scope of works and the project requirements is key.

Steelwork and logistics are two areas that merit particular focus as both are a fundamental part of DfMA and can cause difficulty if not managed correctly. Alongside this, working with them to maximise the value that the offsite products will bring to the project can increase successful project delivery. Design, modelling information and manufacture should all be encompassed within my penultimate area of consideration – a detailed DfMA execution plan. Right back at the start of a project, how DfMA is going to be delivered on your project should be mapped out in detail. Ideally, this will be based on the five Ws and one H process (who, what, when, where, why and how) and cover each phase of the DfMA process from initial assessments identifying where offsite could be used, right through to how it will be installed in the building. A detailed execution plan, as with most services and trades, can mitigate risk and maximise opportunities on the project.

“DfMA is becoming a greater focus for our clients each year and, in some cases, is the only way to deliver a project meeting the requirements of customers.”

My final consideration is one that is probably most verbalised, least recorded and one I rate with the highest level of importance – namely, lessons learnt.

For an industry that likes to discuss the good and bad projects, we are not particularly adept at formally recording what went well, what didn’t and how we can improve in the future. You will generally encounter some hurdles when delivering a project, no matter what trade you work in. DfMA is no different. Only by delivering projects using offsite, learning from our mistakes and improving on our construction methodology can we take the industry forward.

As with all engineering solutions, there are countless issues that can occur due to the complexity of construction. The important part is recognising these problems, understanding the cause and recording how these can be avoided on the next DfMA project. n

Adrian Mitchell Manager Modular Services Balfour Beatty Kilpatrick www.balfourbeatty.com

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FITTING REMINDER Connecting new equipment to an existing heating system is not necessarily as straightforward as it sounds. Andrew Dabin, product manager for Hamworthy Heating, explains hydraulic separation methods for heating system refurbishment. Open-vented heating systems used to be the industry standard. However, their nature dictates that oxygen ingress will result in corrosion and sludge build-up over time, even with regular maintenance. This can cause the heating system to become unreliable and force a boiler replacement.

When it comes to the water flow around the system, it is necessary to see whether the boiler has an integral pump and if a primary circuit pump is required. Does the current pipework’s flow capacity match the primary/ shunt pump minimum requirements?

An assessment of the current system is vital before the installation of any new product(s). Its aim is to establish what is required to prevent the new boiler(s) from being negatively affected by existing system conditions. This may include (but is not limited to):

Possible consequences of an inadequate flow rate are not only annoying for the client, but can also be costly. A broken heat cell due to an insufficient water supply costs thousand to repair, a scaled-up heat exchanger causes efficiency losses and longer heat-up times as well as a shorter life expectancy. As commercial boilers are a large capital investment, it makes sense to assess what they are linked to.

• System cleansing and/or flushing. • Removal of old pipework and valves. • Update of the existing system layout to include filtration/cleaning etc. • Evaluating whether the new installation can be sealed or open vented.

This information will help you find the most cost-effective and sensible solution for the customer. A first point of examination is the condition and size of current pipework. For optimum performance and efficiency such as enabling the required lower return temperatures for condensing performance, alterations need to be considered.

To protect boilers, it's worth considering the installation of: 1. a dosing pot for introducing chemicals (to prevent corrosion, for example) into the system, 2. an air and dirt separator to remove air bubbles and dirt particles, and 3. strainers to catch debris or the inclusion of a sidestream filter etc. The next step is choosing how to connect to the secondary circuit. There are several ways to achieve this, including low loss header or buffer vessel arrangements, plate heat exchangers or the use of a no flow boiler.

Low loss headers or buffer vessels – Low loss headers are also referred to as ‘common headers’. They are available in horizontal or vertical versions and some have dual action with combined air and dirt separators. Using a low loss header or buffer vessel in a heating system ensures adequate flow, resistance and temperature around the primary circuit, while flow rates and temperatures in the secondary circuit may vary. Another benefit when using a vertical low loss header is the low flow velocity, allowing sludge to sink to the bottom which can then easily be removed from the system via a trap. They are often supplied as part of a package directly from a manufacturer correctly sized to suit the chosen boiler’s connections. >>

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“Assessing the current system is vital to establish what is required to prevent the new boiler from being negatively affected by existing system conditions.”

circulation circuit ensures water movement when circuit pumps are off or set to low. Furthermore, it uses differential temperature supervision to control the output power for safe operation.

The high water content in a no flow boiler equals high thermal mass which allows it to fire without flow and without risk of overheating. Once the control stat stops the boiler, the thermal mass safely absorbs residual heat. This type of boiler often has dedicated return connections for low temperature and high-temperature heating circuits to ensure maximum efficiency.

However, alteration costs on an old heating system to include a low loss header or buffer vessel can prevent this choice from being used. Other factors could be space requirements and an insufficient number of ports (depending on how many heating circuits you want to connect).

Plate heat exchangers – These provide hydraulic separation of heating circuits and protect new boilers from dirt and debris from an existing secondary circuit, as the water does not mix. Several types of heat exchangers are available. While brazed heat exchangers can’t be taken apart, gasketed types can be fully maintained and increased in duty (depending on the frame size) for future extension of the heating circuit. Domestic hot water plate exchangers are solely for the purpose of providing hot water – hence, for a different temperature profile and different controls. Benefits include the protection of boilers through separation which prolongs their life. Moreover, a reduced amount of water in the primary circuit means treatment becomes cheaper (because fewer chemicals are used). Additionally, they provide pressure protection. However, if the secondary circuit is open vented, this side of the system may still require the same cleansing and maintenance approach as the primary circuit to prevent the plate heat exchanger from failing. Downsides are space issues when both heating circuits are pressurised and two pressurisation units needed. While it is common practice to use several boilers to prevent a single point of failure, only using one plate heat exchanger would reintroduce this risk. The use of high micron filters to catch debris in the system and additional maintenance are also recommended.

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The main benefit of fitting a no flow boiler is that it removes the need to install it in a dedicated primary circuit as well as the installation of additional equipment such as low loss header, plate heat exchanger and pumps. Thanks to its high water capacity, it can operate with wide differential temperatures and the high and low-temperature circuits connect to dedicated heat exchanger return connections. What speaks against choosing a no flow boiler is the required flow isolation through non-firing boilers. This helps the system pumps to modulate which ensures flow through the firing boiler. Isolating any non-firing boiler in any system is good practice. Furthermore, the boiler should not be operating with its own thermostats or integral temperature controls, but instead be integrated using a sequence controller or building management system. This improves overall boiler control for many boiler types. Space limitations (which constrain access) and weight must be considered with this option as the boilers are often larger. The method of hydraulic separation chosen will mostly be determined by available plant room space, time and budget. Depending on the choice, other considerations would be low loss header/heat exchanger sizing, type of pump(s) used and if a reverse return is required. On the one hand, hydraulic separation can be achieved by using low loss header or plate heat exchanger. This offers flexibility, as this equipment is optional. On the other, opting for a no flow boiler means the most integral part of the heating system determines the remaining design considerations. n

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HEAT OF THE MOMENT The BESA HIU Test Standard is an excellent example of how a consumer-driven initiative can drive improvements within the market, says Gareth Jones of Fairheat. The adoption of the BESA HIU Test Standard by the market, including its acceptance by manufacturers, shows a general maturing of heat networks in the UK. This is important as heat networks are a vital component of the longer-term transition to zero carbon heat in the UK.

As part of a BEIS-funded research project conducted by FairHeat, contracted to Guru Systems, we found that poor performance of HIUs was one of the key drivers of the performance gap between design and actual performance of heat networks.

The Climate Change Committee and the Commons Science and Technical Committee have both recently identified the decarbonisation of heat as the single biggest challenge in the transition to a low carbon economy.

A key conclusion of the research was that if the HIU performs poorly, it is very difficult to limit network losses and achieve a low cost of heat. Moreover, it was found that the performance of these HIUs were a major determinant in the quality of heat delivery to residents. Indeed, poor HIU performance has been the root cause of poor resident experience on several high-profile heat networks.

How we are going to make that transition is a thorny issue. However, one thing is clear â&#x20AC;&#x201C; heat networks will be a key part of the equation. As such, ensuring good performance from heat networks is vital. When considering heat network performance, most attention tends to be focused on the energy centre and the pipework in the basement of buildings that connects to the wider network. This is a mistake. Heat network efficiency starts (and often ends) with performance at a dwelling level. Heat interface units (HIUs), which provide the interface to the wider network, are a critical part of that.

Winding back five years, the problem was that there was no way to assess the relative performance of HIUs. Indeed, there was often a significant discrepancy between the claims of manufacturers and the performance in practice. This meant that there was no way for those developing heat networks to make informed procurement decisions. The BESA UK Test Standard for HIUs fills that gap. Developed by a steering group of industry experts off the back of a BEIS-funded project, the Standard has been adapted from an established Swedish methodology to suit typical UK operating conditions. Made up of a series of static and dynamic tests, the regime allows performance in different operating conditions to be evaluated. In particular, the test regime allows dynamic performance to be assessed throughout domestic hot water delivery and keep-warm, with graphical outputs. The test also calculates the annual volume weighted return temperature (VWART) from the HIU and provides evidence of compliance with other performance and reliability metrics such as domestic hot water response time. A key aspect of the test regime is that it has been developed by consumers for consumers, with the steering group made up predominantly of direct consumers or consumer representatives. As a result, the test is focused on demonstrating performance and has a number of metrics related to resident comfort that may have been lost if had it not been a consumer-driven initiative. While it is fair to say that the relationship between the test regime and manufacturers has had some rocky periods, the relationship has improved significantly over the past two years, with a manufacturersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; forum >>

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An underlying driver for the adoption of the BESA Standard is a recognition that the introduction of the standard has driven significant performance improvements within the industry. Indeed, the BESA Standard has triggered a surge of research and development within the sector and we have direct evidence that significant improvements have been made in HIU performance. Some of the ways that HIU performance has improved and been influenced by the test are:

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low flow rates, with improved temperature stability. Reduced temperatures during keep warm operation, with a consequent reduction of heat losses from terminal pipework into flats and improved network return temperatures. Major reductions in losses from the HIU in standby. All the improvements have a direct, positive impact on resident comfort. This is key, as the only way that we are going to successfully transition to low carbon heat is by keeping residents at the heart of decision-making.

“Hopefully this will give further impetus to those designing and delivering heat networks to ensure that they take HIU performance into consideration.” having been established and manufacturer representatives recently added to both the steering group and technical committee. It is early days, but the signs are positive that this collaboration will improve the overall regime. Importantly, we are aware that many of the largest procurers of HIUs are stipulating performance criteria as tested and published against the BESA HIU Standard as part of their procurement processes. Manufacturers have, by and large, responded positively and, at the date of writing, we have had 13 manufacturers testing and registering the results from 14 HIUs. This shows that the BESA Test Standard has now become an integral component of the industry. This has been recognised by CIBSE, with the BESA Standard referred to at multiple points with the latest version of the Heat Networks Code of Practice (CP1), with HIU testing a minimum requirement. Hopefully this will give further impetus to those designing and delivering heat networks to ensure that they take HIU performance into consideration.

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Manufacturers are now part of the process, as are the three registered test houses (BSRIA, Enertek International and RISE). We need to ensure that governance processes are well established, with feedback mechanisms to the wider industry.

The initial focus is on expanding the regime to include other HIUs, (for example, direct HIUs) and include a test extension for testing HIUs without the keep warm function. Longer term, the aim is to include minimum standards, probably with a rating system for performance. However, this will require careful management and the market will require plenty of advance notice to permit HIU manufacturers time to go through their internal R&D cycles. n

Gareth Jones Managing Director Fairheat www.fairheat.com

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CHOOSING THE OPEN ROAD Advances in our understanding of how heat interface units work have shed new light on how to make them better. Richard Hanson-Graville, technical manager at Thermal Integration, explains. 2019 has been the first year where modern electronic heat interface units (HIUs) with remote real-time connectivity have been used in any numbers in the field, and the data these systems is providing has taught us a lot. Previously, the only systems that existed for remote data were based on a master/slave setup, such as heat meters, which can provide live data, but not very often.

The latest generation of HIU networks instead provide parallel real-time data where devices are in control of when data is sent when something interesting is happening. Furthermore, this data can be collected at one second intervals, allowing events such as a tap use to be analysed in detail. For the first time, we can see exactly what is (or has been) going on in every event.

With such master/slave systems it is difficult to record data from more than one device simultaneously, and we have had to live with readings ranging from once per minute to once per day as devices are read in turn. It may be live data, but hardly real-time and it is impossible to analyse events that last only seconds, such as a hot tap running.

For many applications there is no need for such a level of detail. If all we want to know is how well a system is performing, then occasional reads of heat meter data will give us a good idea, as some readings will coincide with events and we can determine return temperature performance, for example. This is interesting to clients as it tells them there is a problem to be looked into. They still need to arrange access for an engineer to determine the precise cause of the problem and then to fix it. By contrast, a real-time system would be looking at every single event, analysing every problem. All the pressures, temperatures, flow rates, and valve positions are known (rather than implied) and this enables an engineer (or the system software) to work out the cause of the problem and even the appropriate corrective action, which may be as simple as a change in settings such as the central heating return limit. This may sound like a lot of data and one might assume more data means more data to be transmitted or saved or covered by data protection, but it is quite the reverse. Data is analysed locally, within the hard-wired systems where it is filtered, and only important data needs to be transmitted. This is called â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;exception reportingâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; and can allow one to deploy remote connectivity with very low data requirements. The benefits of real-time connected HIUs are now no longer theoretical, but a practical reality. The biggest change we have noticed on the frontline of preparing for hand-over day is that we can now guarantee everything is working perfectly before handover and continues to work post hand-over. Previously we relied on factory setup, commissioning engineers doing their job diligently, and that nobody else playing with anything important. This works with proper organisation and training, but it does take significant effort to find and solve everyone's problems (what we call a decent level of customer support). Nowadays, we can bring up a screen to confirm

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everything is perfect and generate reports to prove this is the case. Changing settings takes seconds. If something is out of range, we get an email and if there is an urgent problem engineers get a text message. And we are learning new information. The ‘big’ data on tap usage has allowed us to plot the typical tap durations, with roughly half of all tap uses lasting less than 10 seconds. The number of tap uses on record has now passed one million, giving us the data sets needed to work out realistic diversity profiles for properties. It is not just on HIUs where we are applying this level of control and monitoring, but the entire heat network, including sub-stations and plantrooms. The system developed for HIUs is based on open protocols and can easily be replicated without licences on numerous platforms. It is also more powerful than the existing building management systems used to control and monitor plantrooms and has proved itself capable in the field doing exactly that. Now, the same open systems used on HIU networks can cover the entire network end-to-end, and we can finally implement the more advanced functions such as load shifting or shedding.

“The latest generation of HIU networks provide parallel real-time data where devices are in control of when data is sent when something interesting is happening.”

The key to all this has been open Internet of Things (IoT) technology, most notable MQTT for handling data and Node-RED for logic control. Both of these are best researched using YouTube, but they provide the means for just about any device with a network connection to perform complex tasks and communicate using a common infrastructure. This means that software written to run on an industrial PLC can also run on a mobile phone, a Raspberry Pi, a laptop, or in the cloud. From end-to-end we are using the world’s most popular (and powerful) IoT software environment, in combination with the same communications protocol that drives most of the world’s instant messaging and IoT communications. There are no barriers to learning and very few limits to what can be achieved. For example, you could search in a browser for ‘install Node-RED’ and within five minutes be up and running with no costs or contracts. Furthermore, the interface is designed to be user friendly as well as powerful, providing both a visual wiring

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environment and the ability to write custom code where the standard set of drag-anddrop tools are not sufficient. In the world of heat networks, the impact of IoT technologies should not be underestimated. We have seen how independent BESA testing has transformed the knowledge of HIU efficiencies, and IoT systems will do the same for the network at large.

Where before we had bespoke plant control systems that nobody understood and rarely did much controlling, we will have transparent control algorithms that come initially from manufacturers’ efforts, but then evolve through collaborative input from the community and feedback from existing installations. Installers will have the tools they need to snag every problem with minimal effort and there will be no more guesswork when it comes to support. There will be no more closed protocols where operators are locked in, and there will be no room for excessive charges on simple functionality such as remote alarms, prepay services or home automation. n

Richard Hanson-Graville Technical Manager Thermal Integration www.heatweb.co.uk

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STAYING ON TRACK The High Speed 2 rail line will create thousands of jobs during its construction as well as 2,000 apprenticeships. Danny Packham, European Product Manager – Warm Air and radiant for Nortek Global HVAC UK Ltd, explains what the next generation needs to know about heating in train sheds. High Speed 2 (HS2) is one of the largest infrastructure projects that this country has ever seen – six times the budget of the 2012 Olympics. It will provide a new high-speed railway link between London, Birmingham, Manchester and Leeds, speeding up journeys, releasing space on crowded lines and bringing different parts of Britain closer together. Network Rail’s high-speed rail colleges will be elite institutions, delivering innovative training and offering the best in teaching and specialist equipment. The ways in which train care depots are used, often intermittently and at irregular time intervals, make the efficient use of energy extremely difficult. That means consideration must be given to selecting a heating system that offers flexibility of operation at optimum efficiency. Train maintenance sheds are invariably long and narrow with large doors opening constantly at each end. The doors often occupy the full width of the building and may be left open for many hours a day, creating a wind tunnel effect and cold air at high velocity is drawn through the shed. This means that air infiltration can severely disrupt comfort conditions within the interior. A heating system needs to be able to sustain a comfortable environment in these conditions and especially provide rapid recovery once

the doors are closed. Air curtains over or to the side of the doors, either ambient or heated, can mitigate the issue of air infiltration at the doors. Maintenance is frequently carried out at night, thus compounding the inhospitable climatic conditions and with partial occupation. It is therefore important for efficient use of energy that the heating system can be easily and effectively zone controlled. The mass of a train is considerable; when a cold and wet train enters the shed it creates a cold sink, so the heating system needs to be able to provide rapid response to changed conditions. Radiant heat – such as that provided by the sun – warms all solid objects and surfaces in its path. Reznor has exploited this concept in its radiant heating systems. Radiant tube heaters, mounted overhead, produce infrared radiant heat that is directed downward by a reflector.

“A heating system needs The infra-red heat passes to be able to through the air without heating it and falls sustain a comfortable on people, floors and equipment below environment in these creating comfortable conditions and especially all-round radiant warmth at low level, provide rapid recovery without wastefully heating the entire volume once the doors of the building or the roof are closed.” space. Because radiant heat can be controlled directionally, only the occupied areas of the building need to be heated, which enables considerable energy savings to be realised. The objective of a radiant heating system is to ensure that the people in the building are comfortably warm. By the correct application of a radiant heating system comfort levels can be optimised. Radiant heat warms objects and surfaces, increasing the mean radiant >>

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temperature and reducing the body's loss of heat to its surroundings. In addition, by eliminating air movement, convective loss of heat from the body will also be reduced. However, it is important to realise that heating specifications differ depending on the type of shed:

Steam locomotive sheds – Vast amounts of steam are released, captured by massive hoods and released to atmosphere. When designing a heating system account of these hoods in the roof space is critical. Most of the work undertaken on these locos is at low level, ensuring heat between the tracks on the platform and in the pits is vital. Some rail sheds are more than 300m long. That’s why the heating system should enable zoning, both for client operational flexibility to minimise running costs and to ensure the capability of being able to rapidly respond to changed conditions. A lot of these sheds were built many years ago and are notoriously poorly insulated structures with open doors at each end creating a massive wind tunnel. Radiant heat was the only realistic option as a heat source.

Diesel locomotive sheds – Many of these sheds derive from the steam era so some still lack good fabric insulation. Diesel locos also have hoods to collect the diesel fumes from the engines, but the general atmosphere within these sheds means the radiant heating system has to be designed to have ducted fresh air supply from outside to the gas burners. This ensures the filters within the burners are kept clean and not clogged from the diesel fumes. Electric locomotive sheds (powered via a third rail) – These sheds tend to be cleaner because there are no diesel fumes and they do not require ducted air to the gas burners of a radiant heating system. The work on these trains is primarily at low level, so again heat between the tracks on the platform and in the pits is vital. Electric HS locomotive sheds (overhead power) – These sheds are primarily new facilities so they tend to be well insulated. Again, because the sheds are clean compared to diesels, there is no requirement for ducted air to the gas burners of the radiant heating system. Unlike the previous types of locos, work has to be undertaken on top of the loco to maintain the power unit. These sheds have personnel staging for access to the top of the trains. When designing a radiant heating system for such facilities, due regard of the staging has to be taken into account. The radiant emitter cannot be too close to the working area above the trains. The staging is normally in a defined location within the facility. This can result in a challenge for designers, but it is achievable given sufficient roof height within the facility. The ability to be able to zone the radiant heating is paramount in such instances. n

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Radiant heat in action Reznor was able to provide the ideal heating solution for the National College for High Speed Rail at Doncaster. Radiant heat (Nor-Ray-Vac) was specified as the heating system for the large-scale workshop comprising an area of 1,906 sq m within the facility. The NRV system comprises nine 38LR burners arranged in three branches, suspended at 12m above finished floor level, with one discharge fan flue. Because the facility is used for training throughout the floor area, the system is controlled as one zone. The NRV system produces blanket uniform heat coverage for the complete workshop. Operating costs are minimised by concentrating the heat at low level, where it is most needed, without heating the volume of air in the building. Rapid response times reduce running costs further. Such flexibility means that warmth is felt by people in the building within minutes of start-up and no fuel is wasted bringing the whole volume of air to a comfortable temperature. Since the Nor-Ray-Vac radiant system burns fuel at point of use, there are no distribution losses to take into account. The college will be built on a ready-to-go 5.1 acre site at Doncaster’s Lakeside. It will be a flagship facility for advanced and higher level apprentices, as well as providing opportunities for the existing workforce to learn new skills in the latest technology, meeting the wider economic need for an increased supply in engineers and will therefore have a purpose beyond the timeframe of HS2.

Danny Packham European Product Manager – Warm Air and radiant Nortek Global HVAC UK Ltd www.nortekhvac.com

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WATER HEATING READY FOR NOx AND CARBON CHALLENGES Building services engineers will continue to specify gas-fired water heaters as part of long-term plans to tackle the twin challenges of cutting carbon and air pollution, says Lochinvar sales director Liam Elmore. There have already been heated debates about how much it will cost to decarbonise the UK economy by 2050 to meet the government’s world-leading ambition. The Treasury calculated the final bill at more than £1trn. However, the Committee on Climate Change (CCC) said “the current cost of key technologies enables a net-zero target to be met within the very same cost limits that were accepted by Parliament when it passed the Climate Change Act in 2008” when the target was only an 80% reduction in emissions. The heating and hot water sector will play its part. In fact, we have been lowering carbon for many years and have the ability to go further and faster with the technologies our clients already specify and trust. Lochinvar believes that moving to net zero carbon will not mean abandoning gas. In fact, gas-fired products will be essential as end users look for practical and

cost-effective ways of managing the transition and turning the government’s vision into reality – a fact also acknowledged by the CCC. The UK’s use of renewable technologies will continue to increase, but a wholesale switch would be very expensive and partly explains why the Treasury’s cost estimate was so high. Even more significantly, it would not achieve the country’s goals.

Obligation Gas-fired systems will also be crucial in meeting our parallel obligation to protect air quality by keeping NOx emissions in check. Integrated or bivalent systems that combine renewable and gas-fired technologies are an excellent way to meet performance targets at a lower capital cost than a fully renewable option and, as a result, are likely to deliver a faster return on investment. This means they are more likely to be taken up on a greater scale and, therefore, will deliver more energy and emissions cuts in the end. Hybrids also reduce running costs and extend the operating life of the equipment by only using the gas-fired products in backup mode. This is another key to reducing carbon. If you have to replace products on a regular basis, you will increase your overall carbon footprint significantly. The hybrid approach is also one of the most practical ways of addressing the most significant challenge facing our sector, which is how to minimise emissions from

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The low-grade heat provided by heat pumps cannot provide such rapid response, and the only other way to provide hot water for peak demand in buildings like hotels, schools, leisure centres etc would be to substantially increase the amount of stored hot water. Higher storage capacity usually leads to increased heat losses. It also requires additional plant room space, which is a major practical challenge in many commercial plant rooms. There are two types of DGFWHs – storage type and circulating. Storage type water heaters will provide up to 2,500 litres of hot water per hour and circulating versions, which are installed with separate storage, can deliver up to 10,000 litres per hour. One of the key benefits of DGFWHs is that they are designed to provide high output, usually described as hot water recovery, but from low storage capacities. The potential impact of over-sizing water heaters is therefore minimised, reducing the potential for high storage losses, poor turnover of water and stagnation.

existing buildings. 80% of the buildings that will be with us when we arrive at our 2050 destination are already built and, in many cases, it would be financially challenging to retrofit to renewable only or all-electric heating and hot water. Therefore, the ability to upgrade conventional systems to low carbon equivalents will be a major step towards the net zero goal.

“We have been lowering carbon for many years and have the ability to go further and faster with the technologies our clients already specify and trust.”

The replacement of gas-fired boilers with heat pumps in a care home for example, is likely to mean a complete system redesign as existing radiators would not be suitable for the low-grade heat produced by the likes of heat pumps. Heat pumps are significantly more expensive than gasfired boilers and such a system redesign would involve a further substantial increase in capital cost, not to mention the considerable disruption to the residents and management. A similar scenario would be likely in most other commercial buildings Direct gas-fired water heaters (DGFWHs) can satisfy the high hot water demands of a wide range of buildings – including hotels and hospitals – as they are designed on the principles of low storage with fast recovery of hot water.

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The fact that circulating type heaters are designed for installation with separate direct storage vessel(s) means they offer system designers much greater flexibility to match energy use to hot water demand without the need to unnecessarily heat large amounts of water. All of today’s models also use condensing technology so are highly efficient.

Multiples A circulating-type DGFWH can often meet the estimated hot water demand from a single water heater, but many commercial buildings would almost certainly want standby to ensure no disruption to hot water supply. Two water heaters working in tandem would provide that security of supply and would also be capable of providing up to 20,000 litres per hour with just 700 litres held in storage. DGFWHs can also be integrated with renewables or low carbon technologies, such as heat pumps, solar thermal and CHP, which can be used to provide pre-heated water. None of the renewable technologies has so far found a way to provide high volumes of hot water in short peak periods. Therefore, even when a renewable method of >>

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providing hot water is required for planning permission or to meet the client’s aspirations, there is a strong case for integrating it with high efficiency gas-fired water heaters in most commercial and industrial applications. However, we also have to be mindful of another serious challenge for building services engineers – the need to minimise air pollutants. This has been a major priority for our product development teams at Lochinvar and has led to a number of innovations, including an ultra-low NOx boiler range and a new type of burner for some of our established water heater products. Our Knight and Charger water heaters have been a fixture of the UK market for more than 40 years and have been installed in a wide range of commercial and industrial applications. As a result, there is now a growing market for replacements. Lochinvar introduced a low NOx version of its Knight range last year and we have now added the low NOx Charger, which is capable of providing almost 90kW output (1,600 litres per hour) at a temperature rise of 50ºC. NOx emissions range from 33mg/kWh to 45mg/kWh depending on model thanks to the use of a new purpose-designed burner. Providing low NOx versions of popular water heaters is essential to give contractors and end users choice and flexibility. It also helps them comply with the revised ErP regulations introduced in 2018, which now impose maximum NOx emissions of 56mg/kWh on direct gasfired water heaters.

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Of course, when it comes to replacing ageing units we will always encourage users to switch to higher efficiency condensing water heaters. However, this may not always be practical or affordable. For example, it is highly probable that the existing flue installation would also need to be replaced to accommodate a condensing water heater. Replacing the flue system can be complicated, disruptive and expensive depending on the type or layout of the building. In many instances, the most convenient and cost-effective way to replace an old non-condensing water heater is with a similar product. By offering low NOx versions, we can help our customers meet their practical challenges while also complying with ErP legislation and the UK’s wider ambition to improve air quality. This kind of innovation will continue to underpin the UK’s longer term net zero carbon goals by ensuring that building services contractors and end users have the flexibility to address each project on its merits. They can then respond with appropriate and practical solutions that minimise NOx while also keeping us on our collective road towards net zero carbon. n

Liam Elmore Sales Director Lochinvar www.lochinvar.ltd.uk

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HEATING / HEAT RECOVERY

TAKING HEAT Many countries are starting to base their energy systems on renewable energy and have set the goal eventually to produce fuel-free energy. But how do we reach this goal? This vision requires new thinking and new heat recovery methods/techniques, according to Christer Frennfelt of SWEP. Swedish company SWEP has initiated several compressed air projects in collaboration with French compressed air systems supplier Airflux. Air compressors are designed to produce compressed air, but at the same time they also create a significant amount of heat. About 10% of all electricity in industrial facilities derives from compressed air systems, and about 94% of this energy is converted into heat that is not being used in the actual production process. This means the facilities use energy that creates heat, and then use energy to remove the heat. However, with a brazed plate heat exchanger, this heat can be captured and transferred directly to other links in the production chain or to recipients outside the production facility. So, waste heat in the form of vapour, hot water, oil or hot air is a result of almost any production cycle, but it does not have to go to waste. With energy recovery, you can significantly lower both cost and carbon footprint. For example, SWEP has installed energy recovery technology in a facility with a compressed air system of 300kW, where around 210kW can be recovered. It also has an example of a 1.2MW compressed air system in a production facility with brazed plate heat exchangers installed at the top of the compressors. Here, about 800kW of energy is recovered, which then goes directly into the customer’s heating system or to pre-heat the boiler used for the production process.

By installing a heat recovery system in a compressed air system, you not only save significant amounts of heat, but you also reduce CO2 emissions. Another example of good heat recovery practice can be found at Göteborg Energi, which has supplied district heating to Gothenburg households since 1952. By connecting a car manufacturer and a ferry to the network, it has been possible to optimise energy use. The heat itself comes as surplus heat from an oil refinery in the Swedish city. The refinery processes around six million cubic metres of crude oil annually and generates about 400GWh of surplus heat. Three quarters of this energy is delivered to households and offices in the area, and a quarter to a nearby car manufacturer. SWEP replaced obsolete technology with three 6MW brazed heat exchangers. This led to a lowering of the primary return temperature by 20 deg C. Since Gothenburg is a port city, many large ships enter the harbour. The ferry Stena Danica is berthed every night and keeps its diesel-powered generators running to ensure heating and operation of vital systems. The ferry has been connected to the local district heating network in the harbour, which has led to both the removal of the noise from the ferry and to a reduction in CO2 emissions of about 2,500 tonnes annually (equivalent to 256 cars). Closer to home, the supermarket chain Sainsbury’s has limited its carbon footprint with a combined heating and cooling installation in a 9,300 m2 supermarket in Crayford, south-east London. Two important technologies have been used here; Geoscart GEO exchange and a transcritical CO2 booster system. Combined with an intelligent energy system, this has meant that the supermarket no longer uses gas as an energy source. SWEP has supplied brazed plate heat exchangers for both the cooling system and the heat pumps. All energy is recovered, so this is an efficient and sustainable system. n

Christer Frennfelt Manager Consultants and Utility Business SWEP www.swep.net

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INSULATION / THERMAL EFFICIENCY

THE LIVING DAYLIGHTS Wall construction depth can impact the quality of light in a building, says Matthew Evans, head of technical GB – Kingspan Insulation UK. He reveals the results of research commissioned by his company into daylight and insulation levels.

The quality of natural light within our built environment has been linked with substantive health impacts for occupants. As a mark of its significance, a new harmonised European daylighting standard has now been created: EN 17037:2019 Daylight in Buildings. This aims to support improved daylighting design within buildings, ensuring that spaces are naturally lit where possible while also avoiding potential issues such as glare and hot spots. It is important to take a holistic approach when developing a daylighting strategy for a building, considering how all aspects of a specification may impact natural light within internal spaces. New research from Peutz BV reveals that installing more thermally efficient insulation within masonry cavity walls and rainscreens makes it possible to reduce the depths of walls and window reveals while still achieving the desired level of thermal performance. This can lead to improved natural light levels within a space.

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Many of the health and wellbeing benefits associated with proper daylighting provision are highlighted within BS 8206-2: 2008 (Lighting for Buildings. Code of Practice for Daylighting). They include:

• A regulated circadian system, which controls • • • •

the body’s sleeping and waking cycles and core temperatures with the external day and night cycle. Reduced symptoms of Seasonal Affective Disorder, such as depression, low energy, tiredness, increased appetite and weight gain. Maintenance of healthy levels of vitamin D, positively linked to healthy bones. Reduced levels of bacteria and virus associated with respiratory infections common in winter. A positive impact on mood for those who spend a lot of time indoors.

Further research has shown that the quality of natural light within a space can reduce absenteeism in offices, raise attainment in schools and even improve recovery rates of patients in hospitals.


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Several factors can impact natural light levels inside a building, including the dimensions of the windows, room layout and the types of internal finishes. The focus for daylighting designers is finding balance in natural light levels across a space. Too much natural light can cause issues such as overheating, glare and hot spots, making spaces uncomfortable to be in. Too little can lead to rooms becoming gloomy and has been associated with negative health impacts. One method used to identify the correct balance is with a daylight factor. In simple terms, a daylight factor is the ratio between the light levels inside a building compared with outside. The daylight factor is typically calculated either based on a value at a single point within a space, the value from several points covering a certain percentage of a space or the average of the overall space. This last option is called the average daylight factor (ADF). To generate the ADF, designers first calculate the average amount of daylight reaching a horizontal ‘working plane’ within a building (this is plotted at the height that work is typically carried out). The ADF value is then expressed as the percentage difference between this figure and the amount of light on an external plane. So, for example, an ADF of 1% would mean the average internal light level is one hundredth that of the outdoor (unobstructed) light level. BS 8206-2: 2008 recommended an ADF of at least 2% for a whole property. It also sets minimum ADFs for individual rooms: Room Type

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BRE BR 209 suggests that interiors with ADFs of over 6% are likely to suffer from issues such as overheating. So, ideally ADFs should range between 2% and 5% for good daylight provision. In addition to these considerations, care has to be taken to ensure that daylighting measures such as windows do not negatively impact the thermal performance of external walls. A certain amount of insulation is required to achieve or exceed the recommended minimum U–values in the guidance documents to the Building Regulations/Standards. However, the larger the glazing area within a building, the thicker the insulation will need to be to minimise thermal bridging and heat loss. This, in turn, may lead to thicker wall constructions and deeper window reveals.

“Research has shown that the quality of natural light within a space can reduce absenteeism in offices and even improve recovery rates of patients in hospitals.”

One way to counteract this is by specifying insulation materials with lower thermal conductivities (lambda values). Products with a lower thermal conductivity are more resistant to heat loss through conduction, meaning a reduced thickness of insulation is needed to achieve a given U-value. >>

This standard has now been superseded by EN 17037. However, the values are still used to define “provision of good daylighting” within BREEAM and can contribute towards the award of two credits within the voluntary standard.

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Kingspan Insulation commissioned Peutz BV to assess how the use of more thermally efficient insulation could impact the ADF within a space. The research compared phenolic insulation board products with thicker, lower performing mineral fibre insulation in cavity wall and rainscreen construction scenarios. The scenarios were designed to achieve the U-values shown below:

Scenario 1

Build-up

Comparative insulation specifications

200 mm thick concrete Insulation specification

Foil-faced phenolic rainscreen board (0.020 W/m.K)

50 mm ventilated cladding zone

Mineral Fibre Insulation (0.035 W/m.K)

Four different window layouts were also considered for each scenario and ADFs generated for an internal room with dimensions 5m width by 3.5m depth by 2.8m height. In all window arrangements, the phenolic constructions had a higher ADF than those with mineral fibre with the percentage improvement ranging from 10.6% - 63.2% (scenario 1), 6.3% - 24.3%. (scenario 2) and 13.7% U-value/s - 23.2% (scenario 3). The maximum ADF for the phenolic constructions 0.11 W/m².K was 5.385%, comfortably below the level of 6% at which BR 209 suggests 0.15 W/m².K overheating may become an issue, and over 85% of the ADFs were within 0.21 W/m².K the ideal maximum of 5%.

6 mm rainscreen cladding Scenario 2

102.5 mm brickwork Insulation specification 100 mm blockwork 12.5 mm plasterboard

Foil-faced phenolic cavity insulation (0.018 W/m.K) with 50 mm unventilated cavity Mineral Fibre Insulation (0.035 W/m.K)

0.11 W/m².K 0.15 W/m².K 0.21 W/m².K

3 mm plaster skim Scenario 3

102.5 mm brickwork Insulation specification 100 mm blockwork 12.5 mm plasterboard 3 mm plaster skim

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Phenolic cavity insulation with foil facing on one side and polypropylene fleece on the other (0.018 W/m.K) with 10 mm unventilated cavity

These results clearly suggest that the use of more thermally efficient materials such as phenolic insulation within cavity wall and rainscreen constructions can help improve internal natural light levels while also ensuring the walls achieve their target U-value. This can help to create healthier and more comfortable living and working environments for all. n

0.17 W/m².K

Matthew Evans Head of Technical GB Kingspan Insulation UK www.kingspan.com

Mineral Fibre Insulation (0.035 W/m.K)

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INSULATION / HVAC

BURNING QUESTIONS Effective duct and pipework insulation minimises heat transfer, but Paul Barrett, product manager, HVAC at Rockwool UK urges HVAC consultants and contractors to take a broader view of insulation and pay closer attention to its fire performance capabilities. Insulation is often thought of as specifically about keeping the cold out or the heat in. Indeed, it is true that minimum insulation requirements for hot water and heating systems are clearly defined in documentation. The Domestic and Non-domestic Building Services Compliance Guides published by NBS, build on the specifications within BS 5422: 2009 Method for Specifying Thermal Insulating Materials for Pipes, Tanks, Vessels, Ductwork and Equipment operating within the temperature range -40 to +700 deg C. There is, however, more to insulation than just thermal performance. Acoustics and, increasingly, fire performance are also concerned with insulation and must also be taken into consideration.

Noise from building services systems can be a cause of distress and disturbance to those living or working in commercial, hospitality, public and multi-dwelling residential properties. Specifying stone wool insulation can reduce this sound disturbance. But, beyond sound, the future of insulation in the built environment has a clear focus on fire safety. In her recent important review into the building regulations report for government, Dame Judith Hackitt, argued that we should incorporate fire safety from the design stage of a construction project.

“Insulation can reduce the sound disturbance. But, beyond sound, the future of insulation in the built environment has a clear focus on fire safety.”

“Buildings,” she said, “are considered as a system which in order to be safe requires every aspect of design, construction, refurbishment and maintenance to prioritise safety”. Hackitt, believes it is imperative that stakeholders “deliver and maintain safety and integrity throughout the life cycle of a building”. Much has been written about the use of combustible insulation and cladding within the building envelope. However, this focus should not be limited to the insulation used within the facade. In addition, roof systems, which often contain significant volumes of thermal insulation to both within the roof itself

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and onto HVAC plant, equipment are becoming areas where the demand for non-combustible insulation is rapidly increasing. Preventing the passage of fire is a challenge in any building, but where HVAC services are in situ, the risk of fire spreading is heightened. In the event of fire, it’s widely recognised that the metal pipes and ducts which serve HVAC systems can act as heat conductors. It is, therefore, vitally important for consultants and contractors to understand product distinctions, performance characteristics and application benefits – in particular, the significant differences between reaction to fire (RtF) and fire resistance. First, considering reaction to fire, there is the distinction between what is combustible, non-combustible and of limited combustibility. Here, we should recognise the classifications given within the Euroclass system applicable under CE Marking rules. To be classified to the Euroclass system, products must undergo testing for a range of factors including ignitability, flame spread, heat release, smoke production and propensity for producing flaming droplets/particles. The Euroclass system is accepted by all European Union States (and is mandatory where there is a harmonised product standard). It includes seven classification levels, from A1 to F, plus one rating (NPD) that sits alongside, but outside, these ratings. Building regulations for England and Wales define classifications, under the Euroclass system, as A1 noncombustible and A2 limited combustibility, offering “no significant contribution to fire growth”. Products achieving a rating of B-F are deemed to be combustible. Other terms typically used by the industry to describe product performance, such as fire safe, fireproof, fire retardant or flameproof do not necessarily define that the product is non-combustible. Manufacturers of CE-marked construction products in the UK are legally obligated to declare an RtF rating, so HVAC consultants and contractors can find out the combustibility rating of their chosen HVAC insulation in the product’s declaration of performance (DoP) certificate. The RtF rating is not to be confused with Class 0, a product performance classification which simply

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measures flame spread. Class 0 is not a measure of a product’s combustibility. In fact, many insulation products will be able to achieve Class 0 but have an RtF of C, or worse. In terms of fire resistance, where HVAC pipework and ductwork passes through compartment walls and floors, there is also a heightened risk that this can directly lead to fire spreading between compartments in the building that might otherwise be adequately protected. This is well documented within Approved Document B (ADB). However, there are currently some areas which are confusing and lacking in clarity. Looking specifically at ventilation ductwork, as of 1 July 2013, the British Test Standard (BS 476-24 (Method for Determination of the Fire Resistance of Ventilation Ducts) was superseded by the current BS EN test standards which include; BS EN 1366-1, BS EN 1366-8 and BS EN 1366-9. The BS EN test standards for ductwork apply to all works where a building notice, full plan of application or initial notice was submitted after the 1 July 2013 and where a harmonised product standard exists. In practice, this means there are two main points of consideration; when was the approval process started? Are the products covered by a harmonised standard? >>

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The more onerous BS EN Standards require a broader range of tests which include larger ducts and requirements for circular ducts which are not currently covered within BS 476 Part 24. Furthermore, the EN standard incorporates additional thermocouples for monitoring both average and maximum temperatures on the non-fire side of the compartment. The full range of technical differences would take too long to list here. However, in simple terms, BS EN testing can prove challenging to pass for traditional solutions, evidenced by the limited range and scope of new EN Fire Rated Duct solutions currently coming to market. Controlling radiant heat on the non-fire side of the compartment should be a primary consideration as the heat conducted through ductwork has the potential to ignite combustible elements. Applying insulation which has been appropriately tested to BS EN standards can minimise this risk and maintain periods of both insulation and integrity for the penetrated element of construction. This view is also supported within the Association for Specialist Fire Protection (ASFP) Blue Book which provides guidance on best practice in the design and installation of fire resisting ductwork and is referenced

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within ADB. Here, the ASFP states: â&#x20AC;&#x153;The standard periods of integrity and insulation, and leakage where required, should in all cases be at least equal to those required for the penetrated element of construction.â&#x20AC;? To ensure full compliance with the building regulations and in line with ASFP best practice, we believe that both the integrity and the insulation ratings of HVAC components must be considered. We also consider that the best way to ensure public safety is to require that only non-combustible insulation be used, supported by the appropriate testing and subsequent classification to EN standards. Insulating HVAC pipes and ducts is clearly essential to protect life and prevent the spread of fire, so why would any specifier or contractor take the risk of adding combustible materials to building services? It makes no sense. n

Paul Barrett Product Manager, HVAC Rockwool UK www.rockwool.co.uk

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FACILITIES MANAGEMENT / SFG20

SFG20 - THE STANDARD FOR PLANNED MAINTENANCE Completely unique, SFG20 is the essential tool for facilities managers, building owners, contractors and consultants, enabling you to stay compliant - saving time, energy and money. Many sectors and large corporation estates often have a myriad of building categories with different types of contract, different models of service and differing lengths of tenure. Historically it has been almost impossible to assure complete transparency of cost to demonstrate value for money, comply with standards and legislative requirements, provide accurate performance metrics of the supply chain and demonstrate innovation and continuous improvement. Managing large, diverse and geographically spread FM requirements, often with a number of different suppliers has been and is becoming increasingly difficult given the pressure on internal resources and annual budgets and the continuing demand to cut cost or demonstrate the reasons why we can’t. Building on SFG20’s vast library of core maintenance schedules, SFG20 Solutions offers a bespoke service for industry sectors seeking technical support to deliver an

effective maintenance regime that is more specific to your industry or sector. SFG20 Solutions can help you create unique task schedules particular to your business' specific needs. This service is ideal for those within a distinct industry sector – Government, hospitals, railways, prisons, airports, retail to name a few. These will require extensive maintenance schedules, unique to each sector, which are not currently available in the standard SFG20.

Specialist Services These are specific task schedules which have been developed for specialist groups that are for certain industry sectors, such as catering, security and Healthcare (HTM & SHTM aligned). Specialist Services are subject to an additional fee and you can see the full list of what is available here.

Functional Sets Working with sector specific clients, SFG20 Solutions create bespoke Functional Sets for specific industries such as railways, hospitals, prisons and airports. SFG20 Solutions can enable you to stay compliant, whilst saving time, energy and money. To understand more how SFG20 can support your industry please contact us and speak to one of our experts who can work with you to achieve your maintenance needs. For more information please call 01768 860459 or email SFG20.info@theBESA.com. n

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FACILITIES MANAGEMENT / FM MARKET / ADVERTORIAL

SHAKING UP THE FM MARKET There is a big shake up going on across the facilities management (FM) market as clients recognise they need more engineering support to help them keep their buildings operating properly, according to Claire Curran – managing director of M&E contractor Linaker Ltd.

FM is returning to its silos. After years of aggregating ‘soft’ and ‘hard’ services into multi-million pound multi-service contracts, many clients want their specialist technical support back – and £12m turnover national firm Linaker is well placed to benefit, according to managing director Claire Curran.

She believes the conditions are favourable for Linaker to achieve its planned growth from its current £12m turnover to £30m in three years – it has already seen a 10% surge in business in the early part of 2019.

“A lot of technical expertise disappeared with the huge multi-service FM contracts,” she says. “People got very good at managing the contracts, but lost some of that hands-on engineering skill needed to make sure a building meets its user’s expectations.”

The firm, which celebrated its 25th anniversary last year, is based in Oxted, Surrey and has offices in Birmingham, Bristol, Leeds, Livingston and London with one scheduled to open in Manchester later this year. It employs 105 engineers and around 30 management staff. It has more than 400 clients representing around £10m annual maintenance driven revenue – and carries out about £2m worth of installation projects every year.

Linaker is well placed to take advantage as FM goes back to its roots. “We would not take on a £24m full service FM contract, but we would very much like the £2m engineering slice of that business because we have the specialist building engineering expertise – and that is the way the market is moving,” says Claire.

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“The only thing we don’t do is build from the ground up,” says Claire. “We will do refurbs and retrofits – but the bulk of our business is in running the buildings.” >>

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The definitive standard for planned building maintenance Completely unique, SFG20 is the essential tool for facilities managers, building owners, contractors and consultants to help save time, energy and money, whilst remaining compliant. The dynamic web-based service has a growing library of maintenance task schedules, currently covering many equipment types with over 1000 individual schedules including specialist services. SFG20 enables you, or your clients to: • Reduce costs through optimum maintenance of assets with colour coding to distinguish between statutory and discretionary maintenance tasks • Stay compliant as legislative and technical bulletins are updated online • Customise maintenance schedules whether it is specifying tender requirements, creating service models or producing custom schedules for individual buildings Enhance your subscription with: SPECIALIST SERVICE SETS Improve efficiency and reduce costs by accessing schedules tailored to your sector. Our growing specialist service sets include healthcare (HTM & SHTM aligned), catering and more. THIRD PARTY SOFTWARE INTEGRATION SFG20’s common platform allows subscribers to work with SFG20 Approved Providers to integrate data and schedules directly into their CAFM or CMMS software enabling effective planning, scheduling and tracking.

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The company still has its very first client – a regional hairdressing business, which received free maintenance for the next 25 years as a quarter century anniversary present. “We are a medium sized business that operates like a large one,” explains Claire. “These days clients want to buy a local maintenance service, which is why we have regional offices and locallybased engineers, but they also want all the compliance and health & safety support that comes with a properly structured national business.

“As soon as we price a tender we look at SFG20 to start planning the labour. We like the fact that BESA is lobbying for our industry and making sure our voice is heard.”

“Currently, Linaker services up to £2m PPM, but if a client just wants a boiler service contract, we’re happy to do that too. All clients get an annual compliance report – whatever the contract size. It is challenging to work in this way, but it means we are properly set up on every contract and, as the business grows, we can cope because we have the systems in place.”

Being a member of BESA is also a key part of the business strategy, according to Claire. It uses the Association’s SFG20 planned maintenance tool on every job and enjoys the support of being part of the organisation. “We couldn’t survive without SFG20,” says Claire. “As soon as we price a tender we look at SFG20 to start planning the labour. It is also very important to feel part of something bigger and we like the fact that BESA is out there lobbying for our industry and making sure our voice is heard.” n

Linaker also employs customer managers, who are able to explain things to clients without sounding abrasive or talking down to them. “Most of the time, the client doesn’t want to know what widget has gone wrong or why. They want to know how quickly we can fix it and how much it is going to cost. We have the technical skills, but these days competence is also about attitude and how you behave with clients.”

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Claire Curran Managing Director Linaker Ltd www.linaker.com

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SOUNDING THE MAINTENANCE ALARM Many service and maintenance contracts are still procured at the lowest possible cost despite continued warnings that this is putting building users at risk, says Rod Hall, chair of BESA’s service and facilities group. provide remote visual inspection of installations, verify competence of the work and create a digital record that would be essential to the long-term performance and safety of buildings. The impact of cost cutting on our industry has been widely apparent for some time. In a study of 49 modern buildings, including supermarkets, offices, schools and health centres, researchers at Innovate UK found that modern non-domestic buildings “routinely” used 3.5 times the amount of energy they were designed to consume. It also revealed that carbon emissions were, on average, 3.8 times higher than predicted.

The most regularly repeated phrase since the Grenfell Tower tragedy has been “culture change”. The terrible fire and the subsequent inquiries should prove to be a seminal moment for all professions associated with building construction, refurbishment and maintenance. The review carried out by Dame Judith Hackitt called for an end to the race to the bottom on cost and a focus on competence and compliance – bringing about major and lasting change to the way work is procured. However, Mark Farmer – the author of the influential review of the construction labour market ‘Modernise or Die’ – still believes there has been “very little change in client behaviour since Grenfell – everything is still driven by lowest cost”. As a result, he calls for more prescriptive regulations, “at least until we sort ourselves out”. He also urges the industry to make better use of digital technologies that could

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This ‘performance gap’ rarely received the attention it should, but was a symptom of the systemic problems that led to the Grenfell tragedy. Service and maintenance is another casualty of this ingrained culture. Turning things around so that we start racing to the top on quality is proving difficult despite the weight of evidence that proves regular, planned maintenance and the avoidance of equipment breakdowns is the most cost-effective approach. For example, despite the unusually hot temperatures experienced in the UK over an extended period this summer, the failure rate for chillers supported by planned maintenance contracts was no higher than in any other year. These systems are designed to deal with high temperatures over lengthy periods, but like any mechanical plant they require attention in order to maintain performance. Imagine the consequences of a loss of primary cooling in a hospital during that extended hot spell; or the necessity to close down a dealing floor in the City. The human and


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financial losses far outweigh any additional maintenance spend. Once something has broken down it is also much more expensive to repair, but many building managers seem prepared to take that risk – and many will have been caught out by the unusually high temperatures this year. The problem is that culture change is harder to bring about than technical change. You are asking people to alter their behaviour to take a fresh look at the value of what they procure. This will require a widespread reevaluation of what service and maintenance adds to a building – both in terms of asset value and human life safety.

“Researchers at Innovate UK found that modern non-domestic buildings “routinely” used 3.5 times the amount of energy they were designed to consume.”

In too many cases, FM procurement is carried out by teams who do not stay around to see what happens if they buy maintenance contracts at the cheapest price. They do not check that the levels of competence are in place to deliver the right solution for the building in question – if cost is the main driver, then why would they?

Whole life Building managers also need to start looking beyond simply making their building safe through risk assessment to how a building is operated for the comfort, well-being and productivity of its occupants. They need to understand the importance of whole life cost – particularly in complex buildings with specialist mission critical equipment. Lack of maintenance leads to higher bills and poor comfort conditions. FM providers should deliver an all-round service that takes the lifetime operation of equipment into account to reduce ongoing costs, but that needs to be fully priced into the contract. Some building services equipment is maintained directly by the manufacturer, but increasingly they are part of a general FM contract with the contractor responsible for all the building and estate systems. There is no problem with so-called ‘soft’ FM providers expanding their reach to manage more of a client’s built assets as they often have the management expertise to run a successful maintenance programme.

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However, they should not fall into the trap of thinking that critical, sophisticated equipment can be maintained without specialist training and expertise. Any piece of highly complex equipment requires specialised care and it is well worth the investment in that expertise for both the FM provider and their client. Planned maintenance tools like BESA’s widely used SFG20 can help deliver the ‘Golden Thread’ of valuable operational information identified by the Hackitt Review so that FMs can address the complex issue of change management and help deliver compliance and competence. If you have a proper, digital asset model, you can also see what is likely to happen if you make a change to an essential service – like the fire stopping at Grenfell Tower. You can also more easily demonstrate the likely consequences if a decision is made to cut back on any particular aspect of building maintenance. Making that critical connection between the use of new digital tools to support service and maintenance contracts and operatives with the right levels of competence to carry out this work is key to the culture change we all seek. The penny is starting to drop that additional investment is needed upfront, but that this will payback many times over in terms of safety, performance and compliance. What we must not do is wait for another major tragedy before this message finally sinks in. n www.sfg20.co.uk

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WATER SYSTEMS / TREATMENT

SUITABLE CASE FOR TREATMENT Today’s designers want maximum efficiency and a respectable design life for HVAC hydronic systems. A noble goal to be sure, but how can it realistically be achieved when purchase price is viewed as value? Rob Clemson, technical director of Flamco, has an answer. If we consider sealed heating and chilled systems as human, the similarities between them and our own physiology become clear. Veins and arteries are pipes, bones become support systems, kidneys become dirt separation, the heart is the circulation pump, the brain the BMS (building management system), and so on. Taking the analogy a step further, what organ would you choose to undersize or to live without in the interests of saving money? And what would it do to your life expectancy? Arguably, the most important part of our physiology is our blood, which is 92% composed of water. We heat it, exchange gases with it, add nutrients and vitamins, filter it and top it up as required, all in the interest of living for another day. Do we show the same concern and care for the water in our hydronic systems? Real world sealed hydronic systems have:

• heavily oxygenated mains water, • air pockets on initial filling,
 • mixed metals, • permeable materials of construction (for example, rubber diaphragms and some plastic pipes), AND… • leaks.

To protect our systems and, in turn, our investment in these systems, we must:

• Size and maintain an appropriate expansion vessel. • Keep the system topped up with water at the correct pressure. • Install air and dirt removal equipment. • Balance the flow of the system fluid to ensure the energy goes where it is designed to, maintaining efficiency. • Use an appropriate inhibitor at the correct concentration.

The last point is particularly critical. It is not widely publicised, but a system with too little chemical inhibitor is more at risk than an identical system with no inhibitor in it at all. The chemistry is such that a chemical inhibitor at 95% of required concentration protects only 95% of the system; the corrosive potential of the whole system fluid is focused on the exposed 5%. Bad luck always comes into play here and the exposed 5% (in this example) is also likely to be the weakest point, as well as the most corrodible material in the system. Pressurisation units are commonplace on commercial systems, with break tanks and sensors automatically topping up hydronic systems and keeping them full. But what happens if there is a leak, or an extension to the system, or maintenance early in the system’s life?
 When the pressurisation unit tops up with only water, the chemical concentration becomes gradually eroded. Typically, after a year, this is checked and corrected, but in the period between treatments the system is inadequately protected and corrosion occurs, weakening the structural integrity of the system. Perhaps most frightening of all, we probably believe everything is OK and well protected. >>

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Most commercially available pressurisation units are suitable for water top-up only, and adding chemicals to the tank is not recommended; besides, who would check the chemical composition of the break tank and what happens when more mains water automatically enters it? Mains water is also packed with dissolved gases, including oxygen, as a by-product of the purification processes. And pressurised systems will absorb air pockets in the installation on first fill, effectively becoming more corrosive. Perhaps surprisingly, chilled systems suffer more with this as there is insufficient heat, under normal operating conditions, to release it from solution (Henry’s Law, published 1803, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society).

“What if we could blend top-up water with chemical inhibitors on demand, topping up with fluid at the correct ratio?”

On top of all this, pressurised chilled water is also far better at absorbing air pockets, present at the first fill of the system, and making the system fluid even more oxygenated than it was in the water mains.

However, corrosion is not the only product of dissolved gases in the system fluid; there are also the effects on the physics of thermal transfer and the negative effects on the system’s circulation pump(s). Dissolved gases can be pulled out of solution on the suction side of the circulation pump, causing vibration, cavitation and damage, only to be reabsorbed into the water on the positive side of the pump. Best practice, therefore, has traditionally required the use of air and dirt removal equipment. Inline air and dirt removal equipment comes in many forms, with and without magnetic separation, with and without filter media. But, shockingly, this is one of the first pieces of equipment that is left off when managers are trying to ‘value engineer’ a project. Back to our ‘human’ system – any volunteers to give up their kidneys in an attempt to streamline and lose weight? What if we could blend top-up water with chemical inhibitors on demand, topping up with fluid at the correct ratio? We would protect the integrity of the system fluid and therefore the integrity of the materials of construction for longer. Then, what if we took another step, and actively removed dissolved gases, including oxygen, from the system fluid?

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What if a single approach considered the thermal expansion, water conditioning, hydronic balancing, overpressure protection, support technology, distribution, energy efficiency and the provision of useful, pro-active, data? What if the building life cycle was an active part of the equipment selection process? What if equipment was specifically designed to work in harmony, from source to emitter? It is far too common for key pieces of equipment in hydronic systems to be chosen on price and not for their true compatibility and value with the wider system. If we genuinely want our systems to provide true value, then they must operate correctly and do so for at least the desired design life. To achieve this, the design principle needs to reflect a total system approach, with harmony amongst the key component parts. It is now unusual for consultants to be experts in all aspects of the projects in their care, and the support role of the manufacturer has changed to be one of technology expert. Support and advice are key parts of any product offering and only the very best in the industry are truly embracing this. Thankfully, a few manufacturers are going a step further, actively extending their product portfolios to provide intelligent, integrated system solutions. In this way, they can further differentiate the value, quality and advice that they can give to the industry. n

Rob Clemson Technical Director Flamco www.flamcogroup.com

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TESTING THE WATERS Developments in how closed-circuit water systems are monitored have moved on in recent years. Steve Munn, MD of Hevasure, discusses these developments and their impact on sustainability improvements and failure prevention. The old school of water system management is still very much with us – sampling, laboratory analysis, corrosion coupons and an over-reliance on flushing and dosing. This is largely a ‘stab in the dark’ approach when you compare it with the Internet of Things (IoT) and its more recent ubiquitous presence. From construction through to on-going maintenance, BMS systems and data capture technology look after the majority of building services yet, until recently, behind-the-scenes closed-circuit water systems have not benefited from this new approach. Thankfully, things are changing. By using high quality, real-time sensors that detect a range of parameters, including dissolved oxygen, pH, pressure and inhibitor levels – (all potential pre-cursors to issues with corrosion), the smallest change in system condition can be tracked and acted upon. This ability to respond instantly to system deviations means problems can be prevented, potentially saving building owners and their maintenance teams thousands of pounds by avoiding expensive repairs and downtime.

In data centres and other essential infrastructure buildings, these savings are critical as the knock-on effect of operational failure can be catastrophic. Sampling has so many issues in comparison – results take days, if not weeks, to return by which point conditions may have changed and analysis is usually carried out by a water treatment consultant, adding yet more expense to the process. Results are open to interpretation and a cynic might also argue that it is in the consultants’ interest to find fault. What sampling detects is also problematic, focusing on bacteria levels and dissolved metals. By the time these elements are present in the system, things have already gone wrong. Standard treatment then usually consists of over-flushing and chemical dosing, which in itself can be corrosive to pipework, not to mention expensive and potentially environmentally damaging. Overall, our industry’s obsession with bacteria is misplaced within the closed-circuit world where the risk to humans is minimal. When bacteria is free flowing within a system, and therefore detectable by a sample, it is posing little harm. Bacteria becomes most damaging in the sessile stage, during which it creates a localised biofilm on the pipe wall or colonised pockets under corrosion debris. At this point it is unlikely to be detected by sampling. Crucially, sampling does not successfully identify dissolved oxygen, the root cause of almost all forms of corrosion, either directly (oxygen-induced corrosion) or indirectly by creating the right conditions for bacteria to grow (microbialinfluenced corrosion). Samplings’ flaws do not always lead to issues being missed; however, in many cases they create problems. >>

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The latest developments in water monitoring technology mean that we can now look at trends over time, capturing cumulative results to provide an even more accurate overview. We can also demonstrate the real-time corrosion rate of carbon steel which, combined with an understanding of cumulative data, provides a far better insight into what’s really going on, further reducing the impulse for knee-jerk reactions to ‘normal’ fluctuations in monitored parameters. This is particularly relevant during pre-commission cleaning where large fluctuations in a range of parameters is to be expected The industry is cottoning to the deficiencies within the existing approach to water system management and benefits of datadriven, internetbased monitoring. As a result, changes are being considered in the upcoming revisions of guidance documents BG29 and BG50.

“A truer picture of a water system leads to better and more fit-for-purpose maintenance, which can result in leaner practices, another way that time and money can be saved.” Our ability to capture After maintenance, for example, some disruption of condition is expected. A sample taken at this point might suggest that there are issues that need to be treated – queue flushing and chemical dosing, a waste of resources that in themselves can lead to pipe degradation. By using real-time monitoring throughout these processes changes in condition can be tracked, including how quickly things return to ‘normal’. In many cases, monitored water systems are flushed and dosed less as it’s easy to make the distinction between disruption that needs attention and a short-term blip. A truer picture of a water system leads to better and more fit-for-purpose maintenance, which can result in leaner practices, another way that time and money can be saved. And engineers are alerted to issues that need attention before damage occurs rather than having to continually visit sites to check on key measures. The acquisition of real-time data is just the first step in developing a true picture of water system condition.

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data, monitor parameters, store and interpret results is changing the face of everything in the modern world – from consumer businesses targeting people online using information from social media and browsing history, to how buildings perform under varying stresses. A water system is no different and if we understand the data, we can make big improvements in terms of sustainability, water wastage and efficiency – all key factors when reducing environmental impact becomes ever more important. Building owners want to drive down costs and we all want to save the planet – real-time data has a key part to play in meeting both these aims. n

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WATER SYSTEMS / FILLING

EXPANDING HORIZONS Filling any commercial heating and chilled water system poses particular challenges. However, the focus of this article is commercial heating/chilled water systems over 70kW output as described in BS6644 and all systems using category 4 fluids where fully automatic filling devices are the norm. In any heating or cooling system where water is the thermal transfer fluid (hydronic systems) there are a number of important considerations. They include the introduction of the initial charge of system water, suitable backflow protection, subsequent ‘topping up’ of the system water and the absorption of volumetric expansion. Most commercial heating and chilled systems use water as their transfer medium. Water is an excellent conductor as well as being inherently stable and readily available at a relatively low cost. However, it also has disadvantages – for example, it exhibits non-linear expansion, it might carry dissolved oxygen which can lead to corrosion and it has a relatively low boiling point at atmospheric pressure. All of these issues need to be addressed at the design stage. Open vented systems have historically been popular. The advantages of these systems are that they are generally reliable, easy to install and provide even pressure throughout the system’s temperature range. However, they also have significant disadvantages. There are, for example, restrictions in their design and they can suffer from corrosion, air locking, pumping over and drawing air in via the vent pipe. Furthermore, system evaporation is an issue because they are open to atmosphere.

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The issues associated with open vented systems were addressed by the introduction of sealed systems where the water content is sealed from the atmosphere. This system dispenses with the open feed and expansion tank and uses purpose-designed vessel/s to deal volumetric expansion. The system water is now introduced into the system by way of a filling device. These devices range from simple filling loops and pumped pressurisation units to direct type filling devices. The advantages of using a sealed system include freedom of design, finer levels of control, reduction in corrosion (extending life expectancy of the system) and decreased system evaporation. However, a more complex design/selection is required. The minimum information required to size expansion vessels on sealed systems includes:

• The cold fill pressure (which is dependent on • • •

the relative position of the fill equipment within the building, the height of the system and any specific product requirements). System volume/connected load. Maximum system design pressure. System flow and return temperatures. Exact composition of any water and glycol mixture to determine the density and expansion characteristics of the fluid.

“Most commercial heating and chilled systems use water as their transfer medium. Water is an excellent conductor as well as being inherently stable.”

However, beware – the sizing of expansion vessels is an imprecise science due to the many possible variations (including water content, pressure, temperature and the effect of additives).

For the vast majority of systems, tried and tested expansion vessels are the default design as they are relatively low cost and extremely reliable with no external power supply required.


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While an oversized vessel will cause no detriment to the system, an undersized expansion vessel will result in excessive system pressures, manifested by system shutdowns and alarm conditions. All expansion vessel manufacturers will have maximum vessel acceptance factors, but these may differ. The vessel acceptance factor is an indication of the maximum amount of expansion that a given vessel can accept enabling longevity and safety and this is normally around 25%. As a result, a 100-litre vessel is designed to accommodate around 25 litres of expanded water. Manufacturers generally err on the side of caution when sizing expansion vessels and where applicable, always select the next vessel size up.

Methods of filling the system, incorporating suitable backflow prevention – In the first instance, water has to be introduced into the heating/chilled circuit. Sealed systems can’t use an open vented tank and water will have to be introduced in a controlled way. This can be a complex issue as the designer needs to be aware of the requirements of the current regulations and the service and maintenance demands of the selected equipment. BS 6644:2011 insists that a sealed system be provided with a means for initial filling that is acceptable to the local water supplier. Water Supply (Water Fittings) Regulations 1999 and Scottish Water Byelaws 2004 define system fluid risk categories. The method of filling should be appropriate to the type of system and should satisfy the requirements for backflow protection of the wholesome water supply.

Fluid risk category 4 (commercial and industrial heating systems) – Fluids in category 4 represent a significant health hazard because of the concentration of toxic substances, including any fluid which contains chemical and carcinogenic substances or pesticides (including insecticides and herbicides), or environmental organisms of potential health significance. Typical applications of a category 4 fluid include water in primary circuits and heating systems in buildings other than houses, irrespective of whether additives have been used or not, this also includes commercial process applications.

the RPZ valve is subject to the legal requirement of a costly annual verification check.

Tank fed pumped units – These use a small cold-water feed tank and a suitable pressurisation pump/s. In addition, they will include switches or transducers to control water pressure and set alarms where necessary. Cased or uncased versions are available with differing levels of sophistication. This type of unit is not suitable for initial filling and can normally only be used for ‘topping up’. Direct type devices – These are purpose-designed fluid risk category 4 filling devices which can be connected to the mains/boosted cold water supply. These are inclusive of all controls and can be used to initially fill and ‘top up’ with no annual verification check required. A point often overlooked when packaging pressurisation units and expansion vessels together is that the unit’s ‘cold-fill’ and the expansion vessel’s nitrogen/air charge need to be in equilibrium. For example, a system with a cold fill of 1.5 bar requires the pressurisation unit set at 1.5 bar and the relative vessel/s nitrogen/air charge set at 1.5 bar. With a potential final working pressure of 2.5 bar, the system pressure now enters the expansion vessel, thus increasing the nitrogen/air charge pressure to equalise with that of the system working pressure. All of the aforementioned units must be used in conjunction with a suitably sized expansion vessel/s. Water contains dissolved gases including oxygen that will react with the different metals within the system and cause light internal surface corrosion. If the system exhibits leaks, the continual introduction of wholesome water can result in premature failure of the system components. This problem is easily monitored by using modern fill equipment that can record the volume and regularity of water introduced into the system. Some units have integral flood protection where safety interlocks will interrupt the plant if large amounts of water are being lost; these features not only protect plant but also reduce water wastage.

Commercial filling devices (fluid risk category 4) fall into three categories – RPZ valves or filling apparatus incorporating them, tank-fed pumped units and direct type devices.

Modern building design almost invariably renders open vented systems obsolete. Sealed systems are now commonplace as they offer total flexibility of design and add to the potential of remote management. Sealed systems are also generally easier to install, occupy less building space and support best practice in design.

RPZ valves – When filling fluid risk category 4 heating/chilled systems the RPZ can be used to protect the water supply from backflow contamination. However, RPZ valves do require additional controls to act automatically. In addition,

We recommend introducing the direct type device into a ‘neutral’ point on the system, ideally a low loss header. This eliminates the potential of a false system condition generated when installed too close to the suction side of a circuit pump. n

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AIR ON A SHOESTRING Compressors have come on leaps and bounds in the last few decades. Amin Dadgari of Daikin Applied (UK) traces the recent history of these ubiquitous machines and their dramatic impact on air conditioning performance.

Despite major technical progress in compressor technology in recent years, there continues to be significant market demand for more economical manufacturing processes, higher energy efficiency, reduced size and noise levels and improvements in reliable compression processes that extend the service cycle. Other market forces, such as the adoption of the Kyoto protocol to reduce CO2 emissions, have resulted in additional aggressive environmental directives that are leading the way for further innovation, improvement and development. High compressor performance relies on the superior aerodynamic design of components. However, this can only be achieved by optimising multi-variable objectives at the design stage. Although the efficiency of the operation is mainly down to the design of convex and concave rotor profiles, the accuracy and tight tolerance of the housing ports, bearings, seals and lubrication systems also need to be optimised if peak performance is to be achieved. There has been a rapid development of powerful analysis tools in the advanced design of components in the last 15 years. This has been facilitated by numerical modelling and simulation of fluid flow and multi-optimisation of compression flow, compared to the historical intuitive

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changes validated by tedious trial and error processes. Several innovative ideas have been put into practice that, in combination, lead to the design of more sophisticated components such as impellers and bearings. This, of course, is meaningless without the advances in manufacturing techniques and material science to fabricate these components, using techniques such as electro-discharge machining, electro-chemical machining and powered metal technologies. More recently, significant research has focused on mechanical material removal processes as a response to the resultant deviation caused by heat input using nonconventional methods that compromise performance in exchange for the ability to directly manufacture complex 3D parts from a single block of material. The remarkable accuracy in milling and grinding processes nowadays achieves a tolerance of 5Âľm or less at affordable costs. Precision in manufacturing allows for the fabrication of better performance compressor parts and lower internal leakage rates. True improvement in compressors requires a balance between the refinement in rotor design (to maximise the internal flow area) and minimising the friction of contacting rotor surfaces. Other developments follow >>

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vibration, operation pressure and temperature. In the era of big data; data collection, analytics and remote condition monitoring are transforming the servicing and maintenance aspect of compressors.

the fact that there is no universal configuration that is best for all applications. It is therefore necessary to custom-design rotors to improve efficacy. This is critical for refrigeration compressors that operate for long periods of time.

â&#x20AC;&#x153;True improvement in compressors requires a balance between the refinement in rotor design and minimising the friction of contacting rotor surfaces.â&#x20AC;?

As to material, fabrication of rotors using improved material properties to achieve lighter yet stronger rotors with a lower contact stress area opens the doors to lower viscosity fluids to be used as lubricants. As a result of frantic efforts by a number of co-operatives, driven by market forces, compressors are heading towards lighter, more compact, more efficient and reliable designs, making every little detail count to gain a distinct commercial advantage.

As well as the aforementioned evolution in mechanical design, new motor technology and control systems have also revolutionised compressor technology. The main methods of controlling a compressors capacity is through control of shaft speed, suction throttling and variation in suction volume. Variable speed drive motors and inverter technology have allowed a significant reduction in compressor consumption by running motor speed for load demand, replacing traditional modulation and stop/start operation. Beyond compressor flow processes and motor technology, we have seen important developments in controls with the ability to provide system condition monitoring, feeding us live data on such things as

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An ability to collect live data from the plant allows designers and engineers to analyse the performance of each component, energy consumption and performance of the system in different applications. This, in turn, lets them identify, analyse and diagnose the factors that affect efficiency, and all this translates directly into a lower total ownership cost.

In respect to maintenance and servicing, the traditional annual maintenance model is being replaced with preventive maintenance, reducing maintenance cost and, more importantly, minimising machine downtime.

Furthermore, remote monitoring of compressors has made it possible to gather live data in a virtual interactive environment, where experts can work with technicians on-site to diagnose an issue without the need for site attendance. Customers can make a smart investment in the compressors fit for their plant performance and cost as a result of advances in technology, scenario-based analysis and the ability to design and simulate solutions for optimum efficiency. n

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F-GAS SERVICE BANS – A BIG ISSUE FOR 2020 There is plenty of confusion about what is covered by the new refrigerant gas service bans and how the exemptions work. Head of REFCOM Graeme Fox tries to clarify.

The start of 2020 marks another significant step change in refrigerant gas availability with the enforcement of service bans for gases with a Global Warming Potential (GWP) of 2500 or higher. What is affected? Products or equipment affected

Using gas with a GWP of

Date of prohibition

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Stationary Refrigeration equipment except where it is intended for applications to cool products below -50oC

2500 or higher

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This is strengthened by a service ban, enacted under Article 13 – Control of Use – of the F-Gas Regulation. This means that the use of refrigerants with a GWP of 2500 or higher for servicing or maintenance work is also prohibited on refrigeration systems with a charge size of 40 tonnes CO2 equivalent or more. That is less than 10.2 kg of R404A or approximately 14.6 kg of R422D, so this will not only affect large systems – many medium sized applications are also captured by these changes. That’s the easy bit. There are a lot of confusing exemptions and caveats to the service ban. There is an exemption for military equipment or where the application is designed to cool products to below -50oC. However, while the application and technology is exempt the refrigerant itself is not because it is being rapidly and aggressively phased down in the F Gas process. >>

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F-Gas phase-down & average GWP

2015 Average GWP = 2000* 100% 93%

2022 Average GWP = 900* 63% 45%

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The average GWP for our gases in 2015 was 2000. This needs to drop to 900 by the year 2022. The current average of all the gas placed on the market is a GWP of 1260. To put that in perspective we need to remind ourselves of the GWP of commonly used refrigerants across the sector today:

It is fairly easy to identify alternatives for most commercial refrigeration systems. There are products coming onto the market currently that should allow a transition away from the R404A GWP levels and towards low GWP alternatives such as R454C or R455A.

Refrigerant Number

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1234ze 134A

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The picture around R404A is complicated because it has a GWP of 3922, which is nearly twice the average before the phase down steps started. As a result, it is already being effectively phased out. Selling this refrigerant uses up a major part of a manufacturerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s F-Gas quota: Why would you want to sell one tonne of R404A when for the same quota allocation you could sell nearly 6 tonnes of R32? So even if the technology, application, or size of the system means you should not be facing the service or use ban that does not mean you will necessarily be able to buy the refrigerant you need â&#x20AC;&#x201C; and, even if you could, what price will you have to pay? There are numerous commercially available alternatives for certain market sectors. These simply must be used to protect those market sectors that donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t have the luxury of an alternative and so must continue using the medium GWP HFCs for the foreseeable future.

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For small or light commercial air conditioning and heat pumps the most obvious alternative to R410A is R32. However, because all of these lower GWP alternatives are at least mildly flammable there are limits on charge sizes under the EN378 safety standards. This will restrict their use to certain applications only. A bigger worry is the step at the halfway stage of the phase down process. By January 1st 2021 we will be subject to an average GWP of just 900. That is significantly lower than the GWP of many gases still widely in use, still being widely specified and installed in new equipment. R134a, R407F and R410A are all considerably higher than 900, and yet we know that for some sectors of the market there remain considerable barriers to using any other gases. Also, if we are to maintain the sales of R404A simply because the service ban only applies to applications above 40 tonnes CO2 eq. then we are using up crucial chunks of quota that cannot then be used where they are absolutely needed.

F-Gas enforcement On the effectiveness of policing or enforcement of the F-Gas Regulations we have made huge strides in the last couple of years, but it is still a work in progress. >>

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REFCOM works closely with the enforcement authorities – DEFRA, the Environment Agency and the devolved equivalents – but we still hear from unhappy contractors complaining about non-compliant contractors who think they are above the law and are not pursued by the authorities. We have been actively trying to improve the trading landscape for those who do things properly and to level the playing field throughout the supply chain. It is a common misconception that a business only needs to be registered if they are buying refrigerant or that sole traders are not “companies” and therefore don’t need to be registered.

“The average GWP for our gases in 2015 was 2000. This needs to drop to 900 by the year 2022. The current average of gas placed on the market is a GWP of 1260.”

A “company” in EU legal terms is anyone who performs a service for a third party for remuneration. So any sub-contractor is classed as “a company” under the F-Gas Regulations if they do any of the following: installation, servicing, maintenance or repair. Even if a small sole trader sub-contractor is simply hanging the indoor and outdoor units, piping and handing over at pressure test stage, they are performing part of the installation process and must, therefore, be registered and have certification such as REFCOM registration. Anyone using sub-contractors has a legal obligation to ensure they are properly certificated. We will ensure that no REFCOM member uses a sub-contractor unless they are properly registered. No excuses, no exceptions.

Agency – will have their resources freed up to concentrate on the non-signed up sector, including the online sellers.

We all need to work together to make this enforcement work, and any breaches of the regulations should be brought to our attention with as much evidence as possible. It sometimes seems like progress is slow, but if we look back 10 years and see how far we’ve come in professionalising the sector, we should be pleased. We are ensuring that everyone has at least some formal training behind them – not enough but it’s a start – and starting to put to an end the deliberate venting of environmentally damaging refrigerants that was all too common in the past. We have made huge strides, but we still have work to do. As always, the REFCOM and BESA Technical helplines are there for members concerned with issues like this to get advice and guidance. n

REFCOM Elite for Suppliers We have also expanded the REFCOM Elite scheme to make it more accessible for those on the supply side of the industry: manufacturers, distributors and wholesalers. We must strive to prevent illegal sales of gas and equipment because this undermines the whole regulatory framework. By taking this stand on a voluntary basis, the enforcing bodies – the Environment Agency, Scottish Environmental Protection Agency, Natural Resources Wales and Northern Ireland Environment

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SMART MOVES Smart controls have a significant role to play in reducing emissions and energy consumption, according to Paul Taylor, UK sales manager at Panasonic. Todayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s smart controllers can produce significant savings and energy efficiencies for heating, cooling and hot water provision. Furthermore, the HVAC industry is being pressed by government to achieve the tough UK 2050 carbon targets, a major decarbonisation of heat production in the construction sector is required. When presenting its energy security package, the European Commission stated: â&#x20AC;&#x153;The heating and cooling of buildings in industry equates to half the energy consumption of the EUâ&#x20AC;?. This makes the utilisation of smart controls in reducing energy consumption of primary importance. The IoT (Internet of Things) has enabled data to be available in the right place at the right time and, thanks to the advances in internet connectivity it has encouraged, smart devices are developing rapidly. This has significant implications on heating, cooling and hot water controls for both commercial and domestic users. The increased accessibility of systems can help building energy managers reduce their costs and energy consumption by monitoring the operation for each unit and the overall energy efficiency, indicating maintenance issues and exposing developing faults.

Systems can now remotely monitor the suction and discharge pressure of a unit to help reduce system downtime, thus ensuring that they have a heating, cooling and hot water system that suits their individual daily needs. Most recently, state-of-the-art, wireless sensors are available to detect the presence or absence of occupants, and the opening and closing of doors and windows within buildings to achieve the most efficient energy management for exceptional efficiency and energy savings. The Panasonic VRF Smart Controller is one such product where the manufacturer teamed up with Schneider Electric to offer occupancy control and automatic IAQ (indoor air quality) with built in PIR, humidity, and CO2 sensors to boost energy savings and comfort as well as offering simple installation, operation and running costs. New wireless interface solutions are being introduced to the industry that enables direct serial communication between building management systems and room controllers. This integration allows building owners and managers to view all of their core building systems including HVAC equipment, lighting, security, power and electrical distribution anytime and anywhere via a single interface and delivers actionable insights to reduce energy consumption and drive savings. Exciting times lie ahead for the industry with lead manufacturers investing heavily in commercial and residential air conditioning products and support services, to fully address customer needs to deliver additional benefits in building energy management through partnerships. By combining the power of building management with cutting-edge VRF technology, end users are further able to reduce capital and operating expenditures and reach new levels of sustainability. >>

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Smart controllers enable users to manage and monitor their heating, cooling and hot water with an easy to use interface that can be accessed via any web-enabled device. Users can easily adjust the temperature in two different zones and view the current room temperature in that zone. This enables users to eliminate unnecessary heating when a zone is unoccupied and therefore reduce energy consumption. Additionally, it is possible to change the temperature of the hot water supplied by their system from their remote device. 

To receive the business benefits that advanced internetconnected heating and hot water systems offer, end users need to be made aware of this new smart technology by their installers. Smart controls integrated with domestic and commercial heating systems can offer end users a more comprehensive, flexible heating, cooling and hot water solution that meets their exact requirements.

Using technology that intelligent room controllers are able to offer, users can access a detailed breakdown of the system’s energy consumption on a daily, weekly, monthly or annual basis. This can help end users compare space utilisation and adjust the system to turn off during quiet periods, so that energy is not wasted heating the home or office space when it is unoccupied.

“Smart controllers enable users to manage and monitor their heating, It is crucial for installers to draw cooling and hot water with attention to this added value that a an easy to use interface smart control system can offer, if their businesses are to benefit from the that can be accessed Internet of Things revolution. via any web-enabled Remote access will also enable installers device.” to offer ongoing maintenance contracts

To take full advantage of the business growth opportunities presented by smart control technologies, the plumbing and heating industry need to fully embrace the innovative and disruptive control technologies that are coming to market which will help analyse and improve the system performance.

to their customers from a remote location. Maintenance teams can be engaged in predictive fine-tuning which keeps the heating, cooling and hot water system operating at its optimum level for longer. This minimises the likelihood of a system breakdown by anticipating maintenance and means a longer lifespan for the system. Installers will also be able to respond more quickly to faults and issues.

Historically, control functionality has been an issue for heating and hot water systems. Setting up and programming heating, cooling and hot water schedules has often proved difficult for end users, and many people struggle to adjust their schedules once they have set it up. Typically, control systems are also only accessible from a fixed point in the home or commercial space, and the interface can be difficult to operate for users without technical experience of heating systems.

We are only just beginning to see what is possible with innovative heating, cooling and hot water control. Throughout 2019 and beyond, the industry is set to see new services added to this type of intelligent control system, making them even more attractive to end users. The aim is to provide end users with an environmentally friendly, comfortable, efficient and intuitive comfort control solution. n

It is crucial for installers offering smart control systems that the interface enables users to adapt and optimise their heating and cooling systems to suit their specific requirements. End users want to control their heating and cooling through an interface that replicates the intuitive services they use on the web or in apps on their smart phones.

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Paul Taylor UK Sales Manager Panasonic www.aircon.panasonic.com

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POWER TO THE PEOPLE The building controls industry faces a series of challenges in the coming years. Jon Belfield, president of the Building Controls Industry Association, explains his strategy for dealing with them.

We are at a defining moment in the building controls industry and I would say there are three specific challenges that we face right now. These are climate change, Brexit and the building performance gap. I offer a three-part strategy that, I believe, will help us collectively set a path to successfully tackle these challenges – Number one: Innovation, two: training and three: a new professionalism. Brexit will do what Brexit does and we can all be ready to react to guide our companies through the new landscape. My crystal ball is no clearer than anybody else’s in terms of detail, but I do believe the strategies I propose will reduce the impact and build a stronger trading platform. Climate change and building performance are both issues where we can take significant steps to create change. Between us, we in the building controls sector have a huge amount of energy under our control and we have the collective power to make changes through innovation and behaviour to further improve efficiency.

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So, first, innovation. Our industry is awash with innovation; it is in our DNA and explains why we are at the forefront of making smart buildings work. We need to continue to build on this positive culture, share best practice and allow engineers to make things better and not just ‘compliant’. Secondly, training. We are very much heading in the right direction and I am in absolutely no doubt that the momentum we now have for training in the BCIA is unstoppable – the shift in understanding who is responsible for training is nearly complete. It isn’t just large organisations, it is every company in the UK, whatever the size. With a huge amount of input from many people across the entire BCIA membership, we are within touching distance of the BEMS Trailblazer being launched. Trailblazers are revolutionising the way quality training is being delivered and fully embraces the fact that every company in the UK can recruit and train, and it is affordable. If you haven’t read or heard about Trailblazer apprenticeships, I strongly recommend taking time to find out about them.


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And so, to the third strand of the strategy – a new professionalism. We each have contractual responsibilities to deliver compliant systems, but we also need even more professional engagement with the whole supply chain to deliver performance. The BEMS (building energy management systems) sector is coming out of the shadows, from often being regarded as a nuisance during the construction phase to being recognised as a key factor in achieving high performance occupied buildings. What BEMS we do is adding real performance value to buildings and this is the opportunity for a new professionalism. New professionalism might also be defined as expanding up the supply chain to support consultants and building occupiers in providing professional expertise. This can ensure that the standalone complex systems specified in a building become effectively integrated, so they become a ‘smart building’. Incidentally, this professionalism has also been recognised by the ECS (electrotechnical certification scheme), which is working proactively with the BCIA to ensure the BEMS industry has a suite of appropriate skill cards for our engineers throughout their careers. Perhaps these three strategies aren’t that radical, but they are in the spirit of what the BCIA stands for and I believe they still remain the currency for success in the ever changing economic and political circumstances we all face.

He reiterates that 2018 was defined as ‘could do better’, while in 2019 we ‘couldn’t do much worse’ with only one of the 25 specific recommendations from last year having been met. My answer to this is that, yes, we are starting from a pretty low base in that respect and as the past three years have demonstrated, governments can take inordinate amounts of time to achieve very little. However, in the spirit of messages espoused by big hitters such as the irrepressible Greta Thunberg and the indomitable Sir David Attenborough, it’s down to all of us. I mentioned #OneSmallChange. BCIA has been encouraging people in the building controls sector to make one small change to improve energy efficiency in buildings, share these changes and create a more sustainable future. Many people in the building controls industry might think that issues surrounding climate change are too big to be fixed and that their actions will not make much difference.

“Trailblazers are revolutionising the way quality training is being delivered and fully embraces the fact that every company in the UK can recruit and train, and it is affordable.”

It’s not for me to provide political commentary or opinion, but I do believe that the current government will back the commitment made by Theresa May’s government to cut the UK’s greenhouse emissions to ‘almost’ zero by 2050. I also believe that, while this is a big target, initiatives such as #OneSmallChange have an important role to play on the path to achieving this ‘zero’ target. Why? Because there is a real growing mood for change and a feeling that we can each be part of the solution. Each and every one of us can ‘own’ some of the change that is required. I spoke to a young graduate engineer only recently about just getting their first job. We talked about their training plan and how it is a wonderful time to be starting out on a career in building automation and energy management, as the positive impact that engineers will make over the coming decades will be unprecedented.

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You might, quite understandably, question my optimism regarding this mood for change, especially when you read the 2019 Committee for Climate Change annual report on the actual progress towards the 2050 ‘emissions’ objectives. In his recent July CIBSE Journal article, Hywel Davies sums up the findings in this report very succinctly.

However, if each one of us takes one small step towards changing everyday habits in the workplace, such as closing the window when the air conditioning is on, turning off the lights in the rooms that we do not use, or perhaps something more complicated such as changing the BEMS control strategy to automatically change a chiller setpoint based on overall cooling demand, together, it makes a real difference and it nudges all our behaviour in the direction to make a big difference in the long term. A year from now, I am confident that we will look back knowing that we have pushed on to make a difference through the training, innovation and new professionalism that we have in abundance – it’s down to us, people. n

Jon Belfield President Building Controls Industry Association www.bcia.co.uk

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COLD-FORMED OR HOT-FINISHED? Not all steel tubes are the same â&#x20AC;&#x201C; and if you get the specification wrong, the consequences can be extremely serious, says Stewart Jones, senior customer technical services field engineer at Tata Steel. To reduce the risk of different types of steel tubes being installed, resulting in system contamination, compliance, warranty and service life issues, it is vital that pipework specifications are up to date and correct.

resulting in costly maintenance work. Therefore, it is of vital importance to select the correct steel tube for the application to avoid the need for any costly repairs as well as to reduce the risk of product failure.

The product being delivered to site should also be checked against the initial hot-finished, multi-certified specifications to ensure it is correct.

Commodity

When choosing a suitable air conditioning system for an installation, the operational stresses, system pressures and level of use required are taken into account before a system specification is defined. Similarly, these same factors along with legislation compliance, installation and service life benefits need to be considered when choosing the systemâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s steel tube.

Unfortunately, there has been an influx of commodity, non-UK manufactured carbon steel tubes into our market. Although many of these tubes are produced according to similar product standards and have comparable mechanical properties, they may not behave in the same way in service. Whilst such tubes may look the same, appearances can be deceptive as these tubes may deliver a very different level of performance and hence be less suitable for use in building services applications.

Air conditioning pipework can be exposed to both internal and external corrosive conditions. External localised corrosion may occur as a result of condensation on the exterior of the pipework. Internal corrosion may be seen as a result of Ph variations, oxygen content or poor inhibitor use.

It is, therefore, critical that specifiers and engineers understand the different tube manufacturing processes to ensure that the correct tube specifications are used in order to ensure tracability, compliance, operational performance and service life.

If not addressed this may result in the need to replace sections of pipe. Furthermore, in hard water areas, scale can build up impacting on system performance, or

Carbon steel tubes are generally produced in one of two ways, either cold-formed or hot-finished. Coldformed products are created by shaping steel strip into a cylinder and then welding the edges together to create the final tube product. Whilst undergoing this process the material hardens due to the cold working, making it more brittle and the welding stage also introduces internal stresses into the material structure. The heat from the welding also creates a distorted region commonly known as the Heat Affected Zone (HAZ). The altered grain structure of the HAZ results in a harder, more highly stressed region with an increased risk of corrosion, cracking and service failure. In addition, any further product working or manipulation carried out on site can increase the level of internal stress, heightening the risk of product failure. >>

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An example of such a product is Tata Steel’s INSTALL PLUS 235 hot-finished, multi-certified carbon steel tube. Specifically developed and manufactured within the UK, ensuring alignment with both the Construction Products Regulations (CPR) and the Pressure Equipment Directive (PED) as per BS EN10255 and BS EN10217 Part 2. Furthermore, the superior durability and strength of hot-finished tube products compared to cold-formed alternatives means that Tata Steel INSTALL PLUS 235 range can withstand internal temperatures as low as -20oC, ideal for most cooling systems operating between 6-10oC. In addition, to reduce the risk of corrosion by external condensation, the INSTALL PLUS 235 hot-finished tube range is available with the enhanced Tata Steel red paint finish as standard. This coating has undergone significant testing, including accelerated salt spray and humidity susceptibility, to ensure optimum performance for the tube within its lifespan.

“By removing the internal stresses and weaknesses, hotfinished tubes and their GH (Get Hot) grades, have a multitude of benefits over their cold-formed counterparts.”

Hot-finished tubes follow a similar manufacturing process to coldformed products, but with a vital additional process step. These tubes, following welding, are heated to a high temperature sufficient to remove both the internal stresses and the distorted grain structure in the HAZ. This removes any brittleness and results in highly ductile tubes with an uniform fine grain structure throughout the entire product. Hot-finished steel tubes can provide the following 10 benefits for air conditioning applications over coldformed alternatives:

• A more ordered consistent microstructure • No internal stresses that can promote cracking • More consistent and reliable mechanical properties • Improved structural integrity and ductility • Improved and more consistent toughness, particularly at low temperature • A higher pressure integrity • A greater factor of safety • No loss of strength due to additional welding or heating • An improved performance against corrosion • An improved ability to be threaded, grooved and bent

To highlight the importance of the steel tube production process within the tubes and pipework sector, Tata Steel has formed a partnership with the School of Civil and Building Engineering at Loughborough University to establish the Building and Industrial Services Pipework Academy (BISPA). Focused clearly on issues of interest to industries such as air conditioning, BISPA offers courses and training to support on-going professional development. To ensure the longevity and durability of the steel pipework for air conditioning applications, it is necessary to take a deeper look beyond the initial product’s specification, to the actual product’s process of manufacture and the key manufacturing standards. By removing all the internal stresses and weaknesses, hot-finished tubes and their GH (Get Hot) grades, have a multitude of benefits over their cold-formed counterparts – and offer a longer, more reliable service life. n

to tight radii without splitting, creasing or collapsing

Typically, air conditioning applications refer to tubes manufactured to BS EN10255, the successor to BS1387 (which was withdrawn in 2004). However, specifying this standard alone will not guarantee that a hot-finished steel tube will be supplied. It is only by also requesting a BS EN10217 Part 2 compliant product, with its GH (Get Hot) grade, that a hot-finished tube will definitely be supplied.

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Stewart Jones Senior Customer Technical Services Field Engineer Tata Steel www.tatasteelconstruction.com

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BISPA JOINS BESA TO TACKLE PIPEWORK CHALLENGES BESA and the Building and Industrial Services Pipework Academy (BISPA) are working together to tackle pipework and installation challenges in the UK building and industrial services market.

BISPA was set up to support the building and industrial services industry by improving the awareness of pipework related issues and innovations. They offer a free project pipework specification review service, as well as providing CIBSE CPD approved courses on pipework, corrosion, installation and Building Information Modelling (BIM). By joining BESA as a bronze affiliate member, BISPA has the perfect platform to engage with the pipework users, working closely with the BESA to raise awareness of correct technical specifications and contribute practical knowledge and insights to the trade association’s national pipework guidance documents. In addition, BISPA will be partnering with the BESA to jointly promote a variety of CPD training initiatives, with the aim of improving pipework awareness within the market place and taking part in several regional events throughout the next year, to promote emerging technologies such as BIM and VR.

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“The main goal of our membership is to create a dialogue with specifiers and end users, so that we can help them understand the risks to their projects due to incorrect or poorly defined pipework specifications,” said BISPA’s Mark Owens. “This is a significant issue for the UK market as it can lead to poor quality or non-compliant products being used, this may then result in installation, performance and service life issues and can add delays and additional costs to installations. “For example, we’ll be working to highlight the risks associated with non-compliant imported cold-formed products, as well as the problems with galvanic corrosion as a result of mixed carbon and stainless steel systems and the use of VR for CPD training. We’re pleased to be partnering with such a prestigious trade organisation to help promote best practice within the building and industrial services industry. n For more information please visit www.bispa.org

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CHANGES IN THE PIPELINE The correct specification and design of building pipework is vital in both new builds and refurbishment projects since it will have a significant impact not only on the experience of occupants, but also on their safety. Scott James, director at Viega, examines what should be considered when designing pipework for complex builds. with not achieving the correct pressure. Without thermostatic protection, a low flow rate of cold water to mixer taps or showers can cause a sudden rise in water temperature which could result in serious scalding injuries. Similarly, with gas pipework, if the pressure or volume of gas to the burner drops too low it can cause incomplete combustion and produce potentially lethal carbon monoxide. Thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s why the BS6891 standard for mains gas installations states that, for domestic pipework, there should be a maximum pressure drop of 1mbar during periods of highest demand. Low pressure is often caused by the pipe being oversized and, as a result, the pressure from the supply cannot be maintained within the larger bore pipe. However, a low flow rate may also be caused by pipework that is too small and restricts the amount of water or gas that can be supplied. Therefore, it is vital to balance achieving the required volume with maintaining pressure within the pipework.

Compared with smaller projects, there are a number of additional considerations that need to be made when designing the water, heating and gas distribution pipework in large or complex buildings. This is because, as the size and complexity of the building increases, the effects, both positive and negative, of the product choices, pipework layout, dimensions and materials are all amplified. One of the most common issues caused by incorrectly specified or designed pipework is low pressure and the resulting low flow rate. As well as the inconvenience and poor user experience, there is also a safety concern

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Correct pipework design and pressure is also key to protecting the integrity of water within the building. Ensuring optimum system pressure and flow velocity will prevent stagnation and system contamination. A design that allows water to stagnate either because of low flow rates or flaws in the layout provides an ideal environment for bacteria such as legionella pneumophila to grow and spread. In addition, the pipe, fittings and design of the system will all contribute to the friction in the pipework and reduce the flow. Over the long pipe runs often necessary for large or complex buildings, this will cause the pressure to reduce significantly from the point it enters the property. Minimising the number of joints, bends and elbows in the pipework will help reduce the friction in the system, as will selecting a low-friction pipe material such as copper. >>

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When selecting the pipe connection method, it is important to consider the effect joints and fittings can have on a system. For large buildings with potentially thousands of connections, the cumulative impact on the performance of the system is considerable. Lower cost options can be attractive from a budget perspective, especially where the volume makes a significant difference to the overall cost. However, the simplicity of the design and manufacture often means the effect on the system is greater. By contrast, although initially appearing to have a greater cost per fitting, high quality press connections are often engineered to optimise the flow of water and lessen the amount of resistance through the design of the internal structure and deflectors. The time and efficiency savings achieved with press connection technology can help offset the typically higher material cost while delivering a solution that minimises pressure losses. However, as with all building system components, the choice of product is key. When pressed, some press connections will reduce the internal dimensions of the pipe and this ‘throttling’ action actually increases the resistance of the system further. By selecting fittings that have very low resistance coefficients (zeta values), the pressure loss can be reduced by as much as 80% compared to standard designs. For example, a standard design connector with a zeta value of 13.9 will result in the pressure loss of 95mbar while a flow optimised alternative such as Viega’s Smartpress, with a zeta value as low as 2.7 will result in a pressure loss of only 18mbar across the same system.

A further consideration when specifying and designing the pipework for complex buildings is ensuring the systems can be fully and reliably tested following installation. With large scale projects there may be a need to test parts of the system as the project progresses. In many cases, this is best practice as it allows any installation issues to be identified, corrected swiftly and the solutions incorporated into the methodology for the ongoing work. However, it is always recommended that, in this situation, the pipework is dry tested with an inert gas. The water left behind after wet testing or flushing of the system will create an environment where bacteria can grow quickly and contaminate the pipework. Given this, it is advisable to avoid filling the system until immediately before the building will be occupied. Similarly, choosing the right pipe connection method and fittings can help make this testing easier. For example, a commonly recognised issue is that poorly designed press fittings may appear to be secure, only to begin leaking after the building is complete. By contrast, systems such as the SC-Contur technology included in Viega’s product range delivers a 100% positive leak during dry or wet leakage testing if the fitting is inadvertently unpressed.

“Low pressure is often caused by the pipe being oversized and, as a result, the pressure from the supply cannot be maintained within the larger bore pipe.”

For dry testing, a measurable drop in pressure will occur between 22mbar and 3 bar. Additionally, providing the fittings are installed throughout the system, SCContur also allows leakage testing to be carried out centrally using a manometer. For buildings that require a complex pipework system, it is especially important to consider the products, design and materials to ensure it meets the requirements. Low pressure and flow rates can have a serious impact on the building occupants’ experience and safety. Many pipe and fittings manufacturers will provide tools to help calculate the correct pipe sizing and pressure for the system. n

Scott James Director Viega www.viega.com

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HEALTH AND SAFETY / WELFARE

PROTECT AND SURVIVE Staying safe at work has always been important, but these days staff engagement is critical to embedding the safety culture in everything we do at work. Enlightened businesses have a clear priority – that everyone who comes in to work or visits any of our locations, goes home safely every single day, says Vimel Budhdev, head of health safety and environment at BSS. commissioned hi-vis vest with padded shoulders being manufactured to help colleagues who traditionally carry lengths of tube on their shoulder. This might seem a simple solution (the best ones usually are), but it came directly from a staff member and the inclusive approach to safety has delivered innovation, improvement and engagement in equal measure.

Keeping people safe at work isn’t simply about rules, safety equipment and regular audits. It’s a cultural shift which establishes a desire among colleagues to come up with new ways of working and innovations to minimise risk. Personal protective equipment (PPE) rules are straightforward and stringent within the BSS network, for example. Colleagues are clear what is required whether they are working in a warehouse aisle, outside in the yard or on the back of a vehicle. Although the branch manager ensures availability of necessary PPE clothing, all colleagues take ownership of looking after each other and making sure that PPE is worn during required tasks.

On top of this, following successful branch trials, we have invested in the SoterSpine wearable tech which helps colleagues minimise the risks of back and neck injury during their working day. All branch colleagues are taking part in a 10-day improvement training programme which combines real-time feedback (via the wearable device) with personalised insights via the app. The device beeps or vibrates whenever you make a high-intensity movement, bend, twist your lower back or maintain sustained awkward static postures. One branch manager who took part in his own branch’s trial said: “Using the device has made me realise that you can easily damage your back in or out of work. Whether it’s washing my bike, standing up from my chair or even putting my lunch box on the passenger seat, I’m really careful not to twist and bend.”

None of this is any different from any other large organisation that places great importance on welfare and colleague safety, but the real difference comes in the company’s open attitude to making this better.

All BSS branches will have access to the wearable tech during the year as the company aims to raise awareness of the dangers of not lifting or bending correctly, particularly when so much of what BSS sells is bulky and heavy.

A recent safety forum invited colleagues from across the network to pitch new ideas to improve any aspect of safety within BSS. This has resulted in a specially

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solution is to think outside the box… or maybe it’s even the box itself. Two years ago, we undertook a search for a viable alternative to plastic magnum crates which were used to deliver our goods to branch from our central warehouses. These were the cause of several injuries in branches as people fell into them as they leaned over the high sides to retrieve small or heavy items. The solution – a wooden croc box with removable sides –offers access at a convenient height to avoid unnecessary back and knee strain when raised off the floor. After successful trials, the box was rolled out to all locations along with a training demonstration from the colleagues that sourced it.

“A wooden croc box with removable sides offers access at a convenient height to avoid unnecessary back and knee strain when raised off the floor.”

The next stage is to encourage our supplier base to send goods into us using these croc boxes. If we can influence upwards through the supply chain, we can change behaviours and improve the physical wellbeing of all those handling heavy goods on our behalf. It’s not just the physical welfare of colleagues that is a priority. We have taken big strides to assist colleagues with their mental wellbeing as well. In 2019 we have undertaken a company-wide training programme through Mental Health First Aid England to ensure we have fully competent mental health first aiders at all BSS sites. The volunteers who completed the intensive twoday course are the first point of contact for anyone experiencing mental health issues, either personally or with family, friends or colleagues. They have been trained to spot the tell-tale signs that someone may be suffering and have been armed with a wealth of information and sources that people can contact for professional help. Back in 2017, Construction News reported that one in four construction workers have considered taking their own life, a high statistic compared with those in corporate roles or working in health or social care. A subsequent MIND event highlighted the fact that suicide is the biggest killer of men under the age of 45 in the UK.

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Reports that cover the poor mental health of workers within the construction industry clearly show the importance and value of raising funds for mental health charities. The support and advice provided can be lifesaving and raising general awareness of the importance of mental health benefits not only for our colleagues, but also customers, suppliers and the wider public.

BSS is currently partnered with MIND in England and Wales and with SAMH in Scotland, two of the leading mental health charities. More than £250,000 was raised for these charities in 2018, but these relationships are not purely about fundraising. Many senior BSS colleagues have undertaken dedicated training organised by MIND to help them better understand potential mental health issues that may impact their teams. In addition, our internal communications (including our colleague newspaper) have continued to feature articles on mental health and wellbeing. With all branches now holding regular safety meetings, the opportunities for people to have their say and to put forward new ideas are greater than ever. The RoSPA Gold Award achieved this year recognises the hard work and effort we’ve put in to make sure our people, customers and suppliers get home safely at the end of each working day. n

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Blygold UK Ltd

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Lancaster Road Cressex Business Park, High Wycombe Buckinghamshire HP12 3QP Tel: 01494 525252 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.

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: info@blygolduk.com Website: www.Blygold.com Blygold apply anti-corrosion Energy Saving coatings to chillers, AHUs, Air-Conditioning, Heat Pumps, etc... The coatings can be applied to new units or existing units on site.

Beehive Coils Ltd

Studlands Park Avenue Newmarket, Suffolk CB8 7AU Tel: +44 (0)1638 664134 Fax: +44 (0)1638 661623 Email: info@beehivecoils.co.uk Website: www.beehivecoils.co.uk Manufacturers of all types of CO2, evaporator, condenser, water and steam coils. Design assistance & fast lead times for bespoke or bulk supply. Brilliant. British. Beehive.

Circulating Pumps Limited

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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.

Constant Air Systems Ltd

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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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FIXINGS / TRAINING

SUPPORT ACTS NG Bailey has developed a training and awareness initiative aimed at improving quality in the design, specification, installation and testing of supports and fixings for MEP services. In recent years, the industry has experienced problems with inadequate supports and fixings on projects. They are often overlooked or simply passed down the supply chain, with critical decisions being left to installers. Decisions are often made with insufficient information about weight of services, base material specification or environment. Supports and Fixings (S&F) are often wrongly considered to be a low cost and low risk element of a project - NG Bailey is keen to change that perception. The company has been promoting awareness of the importance of S&F to the wider industry through multiple channels, including trade associations, presentations to Principal Contractors and via its supply chain. Following extensive research and development into current best practices and applicable standards, the company rolled out a training programme to its

employees and also developed and introduced new S&F quality control processes. Will Pitt, NG Bailey’s divisional mechanical engineering manager, explains: “We recognised that the importance of S&F has been overlooked across the industry and we were keen to change that. We saw four clear and compelling reasons for developing our S&F training and awareness initiative:

• Safety – getting supports and fixings wrong can be catastrophic

• Cost and reputation – the reputational damage resulting from S&F failure could be huge

• British Standards – BS8539:2012 sets out minimum

standards for fixing into concrete – this is increasingly appearing in contract specifications

• Due diligence – if challenged,

many of those working in the industry would be unable to demonstrate that the S&F solutions implemented are fit for purpose.

“We worked in collaboration with manufacturers, distributors, structural engineering consultants and the Construction Fixings Association (CFA) to develop our training programme,” adds Mr Pitt.

The programme includes:

• Briefing and engagement

sessions delivered to all staff explaining the new approach to S&F

• A mandatory e-learning

module reinforcing this new approach

• Training to designers and

project teams on the new NG Bailey bracket utility software

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Mitsubishi Electric

Gilberts (Blackpool) Ltd

Clifton Rd, Blackpool Lancashire FY4 4QT Tel: 01253 766911 Email: sales@gilbertsblackpool.com Website: www.gilbertsblackpool.com

Mitsubishi Electric Europe B.V., Travellers Lane, Hatfield, Herts AL10 8XB Tel: 01707 282880 Website: https://les.mitsubishielectric.co.uk/

Leading designer and manufacturer of Air Distribution and Natural Ventilation solutions:

At Mitsubishi Electric, we recognise that everyone involved in the built environment has an important role to play in helping reduce energy consumption to lower both individual energy bills and the nation’s overall emissions levels.

Product Range • Air Grilles & Diffusers • External & Architectural Louvres • Natural Ventilation Systems • Smoke & Fire Dampers

With tough legislation focusing attention on energy use in the built environment, how we heat, cool and ventilate our buildings is more important than ever.

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.

As a leading provider of advanced products that deliver modern levels of energy efficient comfort, we also provide free CPD-accredited guides to legislation and guidance on the issues affecting the built environment and the technologies that can deliver sustainable solutions. Find out more at: http://thehub.mitsubishielectric.co.uk

Swegon

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.

Swegon Pavillion, St Cross Chambers, Upper Marsh Lane, Hoddesdon, Hertfordshire EN11 8LQ Tel: 0800 093 7929 Email: sales@swegon.co.uk Website: www.swegon.co.uk Where others can specialise in one part of a building’s construction, at Swegon we have a unique understanding of the entire construction process. We design innovative solutions in air distribution, fire and smoke control, natural ventilation, filtration, heating, cooling, hire and service. Take advantage of our application knowledge right from the beginning of your project and you can be sure you are getting the right system selection, the best products, dedicated support and peace of mind throughout the lifetime of a building.

Walraven Ltd

Thorpe Way, Banbury Oxfordshire OX16 4UU Tel: 01295 753400 Fax: 01295 753428 Email: sales.uk@walraven.com Website: www.walraven.com Specialists in M&E fixings - we offer a wide range of fixings and fire protection products alongside a free technical support service. Smart, innovative solutions for you.


FIXINGS / TRAINING

Apprenticeship programme explained NG Bailey’s strategic objectives include being recognised as an employer of choice and being able to attract, recruit and train its people to have the skills to secure a successful future. Its apprenticeship programme is a key element of its commitment to developing a more diverse and inclusive workforce, as well as the next generation of skilled people for the construction industry. It also helps us to avoid the issues associated with the skills shortages that affect the construction industry. Instead of ‘buying in’ these scarce skills from the marketplace, the company is taking the opportunity to ‘grow its own’ via the apprenticeship route.

• The creation and display of posters showing good and bad practice.

• Toolbox talks aimed at installation operatives • CFA ‘accredited supervisor’ training for supervisors. The initiative is already having an impact with more than 600 employees having already received the training and 225 supervisors achievings CFA ‘accredited supervisor’ status. The company believes the programme has brought about a significant cultural change within the business and the wider construction industry is beginning to follow suit. The S&F training is just one strand of NG Bailey’s on-going commitment to training and development. The company has been training apprentices since 1934 and prides itself on knowing what it takes to inspire and nurture the very best talent. Its apprenticeship scheme is recognised as one of the best in the sector and its apprentices consistently win industry and national awards. During the last 18 months, it has recruited more than 100 engineering apprentices and currently has more than 190 apprentices across the business – around 7% of the total workforce. It invests more than £3m every year in the training and development delivering thousands of training days annually. Its financial strength means it is big enough to give employees real prospects for personal development. NG Bailey also has the industry’s seal of approval, holding a number of accreditations including Investor in People and Investor in Diversity status. It was awarded ‘Engineering Company of the Year’ at the National Centre of Diversity’s Grand Awards 2018. n

It is demonstrating innovation and creativity across all aspects of its apprenticeship programmes, and in its engagement with young people who may be attracted to working in engineering, IT or facilities services at NG Bailey. These initiatives have included: development of a schools-based • The engagement programme, Inspire, to give students an insight into STEM-based careers and improve awareness of different pathways into NG Bailey, including apprenticeships a ‘virtual university’, where students receive • Creating employability and skills lessons through video conferencing and a range of interactive elements increased use of geographic data, open • Making evenings, careers fairs etc in order to improve the quality of applicants in the right locations (although up to 150 applications are received for every apprenticeship vacancy, up to 70% were being lost at the testing stage) apprenticeship levy funds to upskill • Using its existing employees. The company has recently developed a level three and level five Chartered Management Institute apprenticeship in Leadership and Management. It has 25 employees piloting the L3 programme, with plans for a further group later this year, as well as a L5 group further personal development training • Creating for apprentices throughout the programme diversity – NG Bailey aims to participate • Improving in initiatives to increase the number of female applicants applying to the programme by 5% year-on-year clearer access to higher-level • Providing qualifications, including implementing a new company-wide professional qualifications policy that maps out professional qualifications and job descriptions alongside a new learning portal.

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BESA Contacts BESA Offices BESA Head Office

Rotherwick House, 3 Thomas More Street, London E1W 1YZ T: 020 7313 4900 E: membership@thebesa.com

BESA Membership Services Office

Old Mansion House, Eamont Bridge, Penrith CA10 2BX T: 01768 860465 E: membership@thebesa.com

BESA Scotland & Northern Ireland

The Walled Garden, Bush Estate, Penicuik, Midlothian EH26 0SD T: 0131 445 5900 (Scotland) T: 02887 448 598 (Northern Ireland) E: membership@thebesa.com

BESA Regions We have dedicated Regional Managers covering all corners of the UK. They work on behalf of our members to guide them through the process of becoming a BESA member. Our team will ensure members maximise the benefits of membership, facilitate training requirements and signpost them to other relevant group services.

BESA Group Companies

www.welplan.co.uk contact@welplan.co.uk

Our Regional Managers cover the following areas:-

• Scotland, Northern Ireland & North East England • Northern England • Wales/Cymru • Midlands & South West • London • South East To find out who your regional manager is visit www.thebesa.com or email membership@thebesa.com

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BESA Cymru/Wales

Rotherwick House, 3 Thomas More Street, London E1W 1YZ T: 020 7313 4900 E: membership@thebesa.com

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LEGAL REQUIREMENT Did you know it is a legal requirement in England and Wales to notify the following works under Part F and Part L of the Building Regulations? Installation of air conditioning systems Installation of mechanical ventilation systems

Save precious time and money by being able to self-certify that your works comply with Building Regulations in England and Wales.


BESA Affiliates Becoming a BESA Affiliate gives you the unrivalled opportunity to put your name, products and services in front of 1,000 key contractors operating across the building engineering services sector, helping to set the standards and shape the industry.

Airflow Developments Ltd

Airflow Supplies and manufactures Ventilation solutions from simple Extract Fans to residential and commercial Mechanical Ventilations Systems with Heat Recovery. All equipment complies with the latest Building Regulations and has class leading performance. Aidelle House, Cressex Bus's Park, High Wycombe, Bucks, HP12 3QP T: 01494 525 252 E: info@airflow.com W: www.airflow.com

Allcool London Ltd

By bringing together BESA Members and the Affiliates, we can develop holistic solutions that will shape the industry and drive the changes required to achieve net zero carbon emissions by 2050. Our Affiliate members join for a variety of reasons, from raising their profile in the sector, support for apprentices or gaining exposure in the UK market. We think there are further exciting opportunities for how we can work with our Affiliates, so if you are interested in finding out more visit: www.thebesa.com/become-an-affiliate or contact jenny.house@theBESA.com

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BSS Industrial

BSS are the UK's largest, leading distributor of Pipeline and Heating Solutions. BSS serves a wide range of sectors and trades. Boss Court, 7 Barton Close, Enderby, Leicester LE19 1SJ T: 0116 2455510 E: tom.wilson@bssgroup.com W: www.bssindustrial.co.uk

Altecnic Ltd

Compliance Air & Water Ltd

Autoflame Engineering Ltd

The Affiliate membership scheme is open to manufacturers, suppliers, distributors and consultants involved in the building services sector.

Established to improve the awareness of BIM (Building Information Modelling) and pipework related issues and innovations. Sir Frank Gibb Building, School of Architecture, Building and Civil Engineering, Loughborough University LE11 3TU T: 01536 404 123 E: info@bispa.com W: www.bispa.com

Manufacturers of air conditioning coils. Unit 4 Rippleside Commercial Est, Ripple Road, Barking, Essex IG11 0RJ T: 020 8593 5333 E: sales@allcool.co.uk W: www.allcool.co.uk

The UK's leading supplier of plumbing, heating and solar products. Mustang Drive, Stafford, Staffordshire ST16 1GW T: 01785 218200 E: sales@altecnic.co.uk W: www.altecnic.co.uk

This year, BESA has taken a fresh approach to its Affiliate members and is seeking to involve them in a wider range of activities alongside BESA members.

BISPA

Design and manufacture combustion management systems that provide emissions reduction and fuel saving solutions. Unit 1-2 Concorde Business Centre, Airport Industrial Estate, Wireless Road, Biggin Hill, Kent TN16 3YN T: 01959 578 820 E: salesinfo@autoflame.com W: www.autoflame.com

Bangor Steel Fabrications Ltd A supply manufacturer of both rectangular duct work with bespoke fittings and spiral duct work with associated fittings including bends, attenuators, flexible duct work and grilles. Unit 42 Balloo Avenue, Balloo Industrial Estate, Bangor BT19 7QT T: 0289 147 3436 E: leizad@bsfltd.co.uk W: www.bsfltd.co.uk

BES Ltd

Mail order suppliers of gas and plumbing fixtures and fitting. Unit 12, Junction Six Industrial Park, Electric Avenue, Witton, Birmingham B6 7JA T: 0121 3226400 E: jquigley@bes.ltd.uk W: www.bes.co.uk

Consultants within the industry. Freehold House, 7 Freehold Road, Birstall, Leicester LE4 4AL T: 0116 2672232 E: pdowning@ complianceairandwater.com W: www.complianceairandwater.com

CONGRID

The best solution for construction quality and safety management. Vilhonkatu 6, 0100, Helsinki, Finland T: (+358) 4474 52650 E: daniel.hunt@congrid.co.uk W: www.congrid.com

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 T: 0845 6419100 E: wright.g@daikin.co.uk W: www.daikin.co.uk

Danfoss Ltd

Refrigeration, air conditioning and heating supply company. Capswood Business Park, Oxford Road, Denham UB9 4LH T: 0870 608 0008 E: paul.szyszczak@danfoss.com W: www.danfoss.co.uk

EES Estimating & Engineering Services Ltd

Multi-disciplined Estimating company that provides tendering solutions for nationwide contractors. Unit 20, South Suffolk Bus's Centre, Alexandra Road, Sudbury, Suffolk CO10 2ZX T: 01787 881702 E: j.oconnor@ees-eng.co.uk W: www.ees-eng.co.uk


Electro-Graph

Electro-Graph is a manufacturer of engraved valve identification discs and provides a service for bespoke labels. They also stock and supply health and safety signs. 177 Lower High Street, Stourbridge, West Midlands DY8 1TG T: 01384 378436 E: martin@eguk.com W: www.eguk.com

Flamco Limited

Hamworthy Heating Ltd

Hamworthy Heating is a leading British commercial boiler manufacturer supplying energy efficient commercial heating, hot water and renewable solutions to all types of buildings across the UK. Wessex House, New Fields Bus's Park, Stinsford Rd, Poole, Dorset BH17 0NF T: 01202 662500 E: sales@hamworthy-heating.com W: www.hamworthy-heating.com

The Flamco Group is a member of the Aalberts Industries N.V. and is concerned with the development, production and sale of high-quality components for use in HVAC systems. Washway Lane, St Helens WA10 6PB T: 01744 744 744 E: info@flamco.co.uk W: www.flamcogroup.com/ex-en

Ideal Commercial Boilers

Gas Contract Services Ltd

Institute of Healthcare Engineering and Estate Management

Consultancy and inspection service to our industry sector. Suite 2, Taunton House, Waterside Court, Neptune Way, Rochester, Kent ME2 4NZ T: 01634 295515 E: geoff.golding@ gas-contract-services.co.uk W: www.gas-contract-services.co.uk

Giacomini UK Ltd

European supplier and producer of underfloor heating systems, heat interface units, plumbing equipment, valves and fittings. Unit 2 Goodrich Close, Westerleigh Business Park, Yate, Bristol BS37 5YT T: 01454 809100 E: michael.bennett@giacomini.co.uk W: www.giacomini.co.uk

Grada UK Ltd

The UK’s market leader of high efficiency commercial heating solutions. PO Box 103, National Avenue, Hull HU5 4JN T: 01482 498376 E: commercial@idealboilers.com W: www.idealcommercialboilers.com

Trade association for companies/ personnel who operate in the health industry. 2 Abingdon House, Cumberland Business Centre, Portsmouth, Hampshire PO5 1DS T: 02392 823186 E: chris.parker@iheem.org.uk W: www.iheem.org.uk

Joblogic Ltd

The job management software of choice for hundreds of service management companies across the UK. 117 - 119 Zellig, The Custard Factory, Gibb Street, Digbeth T: 0800 326 5561 E: sales@joblogic.com W: www.joblogic.com

Manufacturer/supplier of ventilation equipment. Unit C3 (4) Centre Court, Moss Industrial Estate, St Helens Road, Leigh, Lancashire WN7 3PT T: 01942 676259 E: ian@grada.co.uk W: www.grada.co.uk

Kingspan Industrial Insulation Ltd

Gripple Ltd

Lindab Ltd

Suppliers of suspension and fastening systems. The Old West Gun Works, Saville Street East T: 0114 2752255 E: k.haldenby@gripple.com W: www.gripple.com

Manufacturer of insulated materials. Pembridge, Leominster, Herefordshire HR6 9LA T: 01544 388601 E: carl.davison@ insulation.kingspan.com W: www.kingspaninsulation.com

Spiral ductwork manufacturers. 10 Woodall Road, Redburn Industrial Estate, Enfield, Middlesex EN3 4LE T: 07801 926265 E: margi.kent@lindab.co.uk W: www.lindab.co.uk

Mitsubishi Electric Living Environmental Systems UK We manufacture industry-leading heating, cooling and ventilation equipment and believe that by constantly challenging everyone involved to combat the issues we all face and encourage constructive dialogue throughout the industry, we can help everyone address their energy use and to work towards a more sustainable future. Travellers Lane AL10 8XB T: 01707 276100 E: martin.fahey@meuk.mee.com W: les.mitsubishielectric.co.uk

Nottingham City Council Local authority. Loxley House, Station Street, Nottingham NG2 3NG T: 0115 876 3039 E: trevor.bone@ nottinghamcity.gov.uk W: www.nottinghamcity.gov.uk

Pegler Yorkshire Group

Manufacturer of fittings and valves. St Catherines Avenue, Doncaster DN4 8DF T: 0113 270 1104 E: phill.jackson@ pegleryorkshire.co.uk W: www.pegleryorkshire.co.uk

Plasma Clean Ltd

Providing air filtration & odour control solutions for commercial kitchens, food processing facilities, washrooms and other areas where clean air matters. Broadstone Knowledge Mill, Broadstone Rd, Stockport SK5 7DL T: 0161 443 4125 E: david.glover@plasma-clean.com W: www.plasma-clean.com

Rinnai UK Ltd

Manufacturers/distributors of gas appliances. 9 Christleton Court, Manor Park, Runcorn, Cheshire WA7 1ST T: 01928 531879 E: chrisgoggin@rinnaiuk.com W: www.rinnai.com

Rockwool UK Ltd

Make and supply a full range of smart and sustainable insulation products for the construction industry based on innovative stone wool technology. 14 Floor, Chiswick Tower, 389 Chiswick High Road, London W4 4AL T: 01656 862621 E: paul.barrett@rockwool.com W: www.rockwool.co.uk

S & P UK Ventilation Systems Ltd

Manufacturer of industrial & residential fans and ventilation equipment. Wentworth Road, Ransomes Europark, Ipswich, Suffolk IP3 9SW T: 0845 4700074 E: ahowie@solerpalau.com W: www.solerpalau.co.uk

simPRO Software Ltd

simPRO Job Management helps you organise and automate your processes and maximise your profitability. James Hall, Parsons Green, St Ives PE27 4AA T: 0845 004 3978 E: natasha.maycock@simpro.co.uk W: www.simpro.co.uk

Tata Steel

Tata Steel is one of Europe’s largest steel producers with steelmaking sites in the UK and the Netherlands and manufacturing plants across Europe. PO Box 101, Weldon Road, Corby NN17 5UA T: 01536 404 561 E: technicalmarketing@ tatasteeleurope.com W: www.tatasteelconstruction.com

Techtronic Industries (UK) Ltd - Milwaukee

Milwaukee Electric Tool Corp. is an industry-leading manufacturer and marketer of heavy-duty, portable electric power tools and accessories for professional users worldwide. Ground Floor, Unit 3 Globeside Business Park, Fieldhouse Lane, Marlow SL7 1HZ T: 01628 894400 E: ian.wakelin@tti-emea.com W: uk.milwaukeetool.eu

Trimble MEP

MEP hardware and software solutions for MEP Professionals. Bank House, 171 Midsummer Blvd, Milton Keynes MK9 1EB T: 01908 608833 E: james.hardwick@amtech.co.uk W: www.amtech.co.uk

Ventam Systems Ltd

Manufacturers of gas safety interlocking/ gas proving systems. Unit D4, Seedbed Business Centre, Vanguard Way, Shoeburyness SS3 9QY T: 01702 382307 E: sales@ventamsystems.co.uk W: www.ventamsystems.co.uk

Wilo (UK) Ltd

Suppliers of building service pumps. Centrum 100, Burton Upon Trent, Staffordshire DE14 2WJ T: 01283 523000 E: morgan.warren@wilo.co.uk W: www.wilo.co.uk

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East Midlands www.thebesa.com/ find-a-besa-member BESA provides a free online search service 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

Unit P, The Linwood Centre, Linwood Road, Leicester, Leicestershire LE2 6QJ T: 0116 283 5999 E: enquiries@atservices.uk.com W: atservices.uk.com Contract Size: 4 Joined: 1996 In-House: GHMS Specialist Group: HAPS

Air Ability Ltd

44 Westley Grange, West Avenue, Wigston, Leicestershire LE18 2FB T: 0116 288 4333 E: accounts@airability.co.uk W: airability.co.uk Contract Size: 3 Joined: 2011 In-House: ABS

Air Conditioning & Chiller Co Ltd

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Air conditioning Refrigeration F gas Ductwork - Sheet metal Ductwork - Plastics Local exhaust & kitchen ventilation & maintenance F Indoor air quality G Commercial heating & plumbing H Domestic heating, plumbing, service & maintenance Design & build I J Pipework/hot tapping/ pipe Freezing K Offsite prefabrication L Underfloor heating M C/I gas fitting N Ability to sub-contract O Renewables (Wind, Solar, Biomass, CHP, H/P etc) P Industrial process pipework Q Offsite prefabricated pipework R Thermal/sound insulation S Facilities services T Ductwork cleaning & vent hygiene U Automatic control system V Commissioning/performance testing W Water treatment X Lloyds class 1 welding Y Fire protection engineering Z Electrical contracting

26 Paddock Close, High Oakham, Mansfield, Nottinghamshire NG18 5AS T: 01623 658580 E: g.marshall@airconditioningchiller.co.uk W: airconditioning-chiller.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2006 In-House: AFIS Specialist Group: RACHP

Aircover

Chestnut House, Alconbury Hill, Alconbury, Weston, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire PE28 4JG T: 01480 890011 E: enquiries@aircover.co.uk W: aircover.co.uk Contract Size: 2 Joined: 2005 In-House: FST Contracted Out: AGKMWYZ Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Ambivent Group

1 Moulton Court, Anglia Way, Moulton Park, Northamptonshire NN3 6JA T: 01604 645788 E: steve.dudson@ambivent.co.uk W: ambivent.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1992 In-House: ABCGIJLMOSZ Cont'd Out: DEFKPQRTUVWXY Specialist Group: SFG

Ambivent Facilities Management Ltd 1 Moulton Court, Anglia Way, Moulton Park, Northamptonshire NN3 6JA T: 01604 645788 E: steve.dudson@ambivent.co.uk W: ambivent.co.uk/servicesprovided/maintenance Contract Size: 2 Joined: 2010 In-House: ABCEGILMOS Contracted Out: DFKPQTUVWXYZ Specialist Group: SFG

Apleona HSG Ltd

Nene House, Drayton Way, Drayton Fields Estate, Daventry, Northamptonshire NN11 8EA T: 01327 311303 E: cary.donaldson@apleona.com Joined: 2007 In-House: ABGMOSUZ Contracted Out: TVWY Specialist Group: SFG

APPM Contracts Ltd

305 Ashby Road, Coalville, Leicestershire LE67 3LH T: 01530 612000 E: wendy.naylor@appmfs.co.uk W: appmfacilitiesservices.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2004 In-House: AGHJLMOSZ Contracted Out: BFIKPQTVWXY Specialist Group: SFG

Arcade (UK) Ltd

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

Arthur Pollard Ltd

38 Churchill Way, Fleckney, Leicester LE8 8UD T: 0116 240 3728 E: davepollard@arthurpollard.co.uk W: arthurpollard.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 1984 In-House: GIJKMOPQ Cont'd Out: ABCDEFLSTUVWXYZ

Atmosphere Air Conditioning

The Old Chapel, Chapel Street, Titchmarsh, Northamptonshire NN14 3DA T: 01832 734308 E: stephen@atmosphereaircon.com W: atmosphereaircon.com Contract Size: 5 Joined: 1999 In-House: ABCIO Specialist Group: RACHP

B Batecool Refrigeration Ltd

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

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22 Hillside, Findern, Derby, Derbyshire DE65 6AZ T: 0800 358 0537 E: info@batecool.co.uk W: batecool.co.uk Contract Size: 3 Joined: 2000 In-House: ABCDEGIJMOSTU Contracted Out: HLPQWXYZ 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

Blandfords LLP

1B & 1C Robinson Way, Telford Way, Kettering, Northamptonshire NN16 8PT T: 01536 483699 E: chris@blandfords.net W: blandfords.net Contract Size: 4 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 T: 01604 720072 E: paul.burton@briggs.uk.com W: briggsandforrester.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Joined: 1961 In-House: GIJMOZ Cont'd Out: ABCDEFKLPQRSTUVWXY

Briggs & Forrester Building Services Maintenance Ltd

Unit 2, Maises Way, South Normanton, Derbyshire, Northamptonshire DE55 2DS T: 01604 720072 E: dec.moore@combinedenergy.co.uk W: combinedenergysolutions.com Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1962 In-House: ABIOSUYZ Contracted Out: FGMTW Specialist Group: SFG


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Briggs & Forrester Living Ltd

Bembridge House, Bembridge Drive, Kingsthorpe, Northampton, Northamptonshire NN2 6LZ T: 01604 720072 E: duncan.benedetti@briggs.uk.com W: briggsandforrester.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Joined: 1985 In-House: DEGHIJKLMOQVZ Contracted Out: ABCNSTUWX

Briggs & Forrester (Special Projects) Ltd

Bembridge House, Bembridge Drive, Kingsthorpe, Northampton, Northamptonshire NN2 6LZ T: 01604 720072 E: tim.cunningham@briggs.uk.com W: briggsandforrester.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1991 In-House: GHMOQZ Contracted Out: AILUVW

C CK Direct Duct And Maintenance Ltd

15 Tresham Road, Orton Southgate, Peterborough PE2 6SG T: 01733 230378 E: tony@ckdirect.co.uk W: ckdirect.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2018 In-House: AEIT Specialist Group: VG

Clean Air Group

Technology House, 5 Newton Close, Drayton Fields, Daventry, Northamptonshire NN11 8RR T: 01327 301383 E: marie.wren@cleanair.co.uk W: cleanair.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2002 In-House: ABCGMS Contracted Out: O Specialist Group: RACHP

Complete Cooling Services Ltd

Unit 4A, Huss's Lane, Long Eaton, Nottingham, Derbyshire NG10 1GS T: 0115 944 0679 E: graham@cool4u.co.uk W: cool4u.co.uk Joined: 2015 In-House: ABI Specialist Group: RACHP

Crown Deepclean Ltd

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

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DAE Mechanical Services Ltd

DCUK FM

1 Woodfield Road, Welwyn Garden City Hertfordshire AL7 1JQ Tel: 0330 124 5671 Email: info@dcukfm.com Website: www.dcukfm.com DCUKFM are leading experts in; • Ductwork Cleaning • Kitchen Extract Cleaning • General Ventilation Cleaning • Ventilation Surveys • Fire Damper Checks & Maintenance • Ventilation Fire Risk Assessments • Social Housing Ventilation • BESA Accredited Training • Inspecting & Testing of LEV Systems • Ventilation CCTV Surveys • TR19 Compliance Surveys • Licenced Decontamination of Ductwork Systems • Operating Theatre Ventilation Cleaning • Qualified Fire Risk Assessors • Asbestos Removal • Building Refurbishment Nationwide – various regional offices DCUK FM: The country’s leading ventilation hygiene, ductwork cleaning and asbestos remediation specialists

21-39 Basford Road, Nottingham NG6 0JG T: 0115 970 4552 E: deden@daeltd.co.uk W: daeltd.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 1978 In-House: GHMOPQS Cont'd Out: ABCDEILTUVWXYZ Specialist Group: SFG

Derry Building Services Ltd

The Old Hospital, London Road, Newark, Nottinghamshire NG24 1JP T: 01636 614300 E: brian.hughes@derry-bs.co.uk W: derry-bs.com Contract Size: 8 Joined: 1981 In-House: EGHIJKMOPQUVZ Contracted Out: ABCDFLRSTWXY

E East Kirkby Engineering Co Ltd

Avocet House, Bittern Way, Riverside Industrial Estate, Boston, Lincolnshire PE21 7NX T: 01205 366 833 E: simon@ekeng.co.uk W: ekeng.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2001 In-House: GHIJKMOPQV Cont'd Out: ABCDEFLRSTUWXYZ

Eco Air Control Ltd

Unit 11 Kedleston House, Aspen Drive, Spondon, Derby DE21 7SS T: 01332 672003 E: john.wright@ecoaircontrol.co.uk W: ecoaircontrol.co.uk Joined: 2019 In-House: ABCDEGHSV Specialist Group: RACHP

Elite Cooling Solutions Ltd

Diamond Deep Clean LTD

197 Chester Road, New Oscott Sutton Coldfield, Birmingham West Midlands B73 5BB Tel: 0121 354 3904 Email: Sales@DiamondDeepClean.co.uk Website: www.DiamondDeepClean.co.uk Specialists in Kitchen and Kitchen Extraction Deep Cleaning. Our fully trained cleaning technicians provide a professional and high quality service to TR19 specifications. We cover all aspects of Kitchen Deep Cleaning: • Canopy and Grease Extract Systems • Supply and Fitment Of Access Panels • Cooking Equipment Deep Clean • Ancillary Equipment Deep Clean • Structural Deep Cleaning • High Level Deep Cleaning

54 Langham Road, Raunds, Northamptonshire NN9 6LD T: 0844 414 5494 E: info@elitecoolingsolutions.com W: elitecoolingsolutions.com Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2009 In-House: ABO Specialist Group: RACHP

Environmental & Mechanical Services Ltd

iCon Environmental Innovation Centre, Unit 11 Eastern Way, Daventry, Northamptonshire NN11 0QB T: 01327 844848 E: duncan@environmentalmechanical-services.co.uk W: aquacert.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Joined: 2001 In-House: W Specialist Group: SFG

As a customer focused company we provide a free no obligation quotation which is clear and transparent, required site assessments completed prior to our works, and all extraction deep cleans are certificated and post clean report provided for your records.

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F FWP UK Ltd

17 Calverton Business Park, Hoyle Road, Calverton, Nottingham NG14 6QL T: 0115 965 5042 E: saffron@fwp-air-conditioning.co.uk W: fwp-air-conditioning.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2009 In-House: AEISV Specialist Group: RACHP

G Griffiths Air Conditioning & Electrical Contractors 111 High Street, Burton Latimer, Kettering, Northants NN15 5RL T: 01536 420666 E: brian@griffithsaircon.co.uk W: griffithsaircon.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Joined: 2013 In-House: AHLOSZ Specialist Group: RACHP

H Heatcare Ltd

The Broadway Industrial Estate, The Broadway, Mansfield, Nottinghamshire NG18 2RL T: 01623 428276 E: garry@heatcare.com W: heatcare.com Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2001 In-House: CDEGHIJKMOQUWXYZ Contracted Out: ABFLPRSTV

I Imtech Inviron Ltd

Facilities Management and Service, Pride Park View, 1 Victoria Way, Pride Park, Derby DE24 8AN T: 01332 206551 E: sean.finnegan@imtechinviron.co.uk W: inviron.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1983

Imtech Engineering Services Central Ltd

Hooton Street, Carlton Road, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire NG3 5GL T: 0115 950 5100 E: damian.harrison@imtech.co.uk W: imtech.eu/uk/gandh Contract Size: 8 Joined: 2003 In-House: S

Interduct UK Ltd

E9 Telford Road, Bicester, Northamptonshire OX26 4LD T: 01869 225496 E: le-ann@interduct.com W: interduct.com Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2000 In-House: CET Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

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Mech Building Services Ltd

JCW Energy Services Ltd

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

L L M Building Services Ltd

100 Mansfield Street, Sherwood, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire NG5 4BH T: 0115 962 2339 E: louie@lmbuildingservicesltd.co.uk W: lmbuildingservicesltd.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2009 In-House: GJKMPQ Contracted Out: CDEIOV

M M J Robinson Ltd

Cedar Street, Mansfield, Mansfield, Nottinghamshire NG18 2RZ T: 01623 620174 E: admin@mjrobinsonltd.co.uk W: building-services-contractors.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Joined: 2000 In-House: GHIMO Cont'd Out: ABCDELRSTUVWYZ

MRS

13 Pate Road, Leicester Road Industrial Estate, Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire LE13 0RG T: 01664 480111 E: bob.wolfenden@mrs.gb.net W: mrs.gb.net Contract Size: 1 Joined: 2003 In-House: ABCEOZ

Matro Ltd

Unit C1, Imex Enterprise Park, Wigwam Lane, Hucknall, Nottinghamshire NG15 7SZ T: 0115 859 8151 E: office@matromaintenance.co.uk W: matromaintenance.co.uk Contract Size: 1 Joined: 2008 In-House: AGJLMPW Specialist Group: SFG

McCarthy Environmental Ltd

Unit 9b, Cygnet Court, Swan Valley Way, Northampton, Northamptonshire NN4 9BS T: 01604 635333 E: mick@mccarthy-environmental.co.uk W: mccarthy-environmental.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2007 In-House: CDEFISUV Specialist Group: VG

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3 Selbury Drive, Oadby, Leicester LE2 5NG T: 0116 272 9700 E: andrea@mechbuilding services.co.uk W: mechbuildingservices.co.uk Joined: 2019 In-House: ABCDEGOTVWZ

Mellor Bromley Air Conditioning Services Ltd Marshall House, West Street, Glenfield, Leicester LE3 8DT T: 0116 276 6636 E: ashley.whitehead@ mellorbromley.co.uk W: mellorbromley.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1965 In-House: ACEGIJKMQ Contracted Out: DLNORTUVWYZ Specialist Group: HAPS, VG

Metalduct (Nottingham) Ltd Unit C12, Hartley Business Centre, Haydn Road, Sherwood, Nottingham NG5 1DG T: 0115 962 3482 E: david.ingram@metalduct.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 1995 In-House: CE Contracted Out: D Specialist Group: VG

Midland Counties Heating Services Ltd

Unit 27, Rees House, Parker Industrial Estate, Mansfield Road, Derby, Derbyshire DE21 4SZ T: 01332 381264 E: darren@midland-counties.co.uk W: midland-counties.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Joined: 2010 In-House: ABEGJLMOPSUZ Contracted Out: I

O ON365 Ltd

Unit 10, Weldon Road, Loughborough, Leicestershire LE11 5RN T: 01509 261100 E: david.brooks@on365.co.uk W: on365.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2008 In-House: ABDGIMOSUVZ Cont'd Out: CEHJKLNPQRTWXY

P Parsons Contracting (Chesterfield) Ltd

Brimington Road, Chesterfield, Derbyshire S41 7UL T: 01246 276536 E: wayne.levers@ parsonscontracting.co.uk W: parsonscontracting.co.uk Contract Size: 6 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 T: 0115 930 3026 E: mike.wagstaff@premier-fm.co.uk W: premier-fm.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2009 In-House: AGJMSVWZ Contracted Out: FIKLNPQTUXY Specialist Group: SFG

Q Quantaqua Ltd

Unit 9 Cattermole Holdings, Market Place, Codnor, Derbyshire DE5 9QA T: 01332 834693 E: craig@quantaqua.co.uk W: quantaqua.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Joined: 2007 In-House: EFST Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

R Refrigeration & Heat Pump Services Ltd

Unit 7a, Canalside Industrial Park, Kinoulton Road, Cropwell Bishop, Nottinghamshire NG12 3BE T: 0115 989 9985 E: brian@rhp-services.co.uk W: rhp-services.co.uk Contract Size: 3 Joined: 1993 In-House: ABO Specialist Group: RACHP

S Sparks Mechanical Services Ltd 15 Bennerley Court, Blenheim Industrial Estate, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire NG6 8UT T: 0115 910 1011 E: iain.scott@sparksms.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 1969 In-House: ABGIMPQSZ Contracted Out: FLOUW

Surevent (UK) Ltd

10 Whittle Close, Daventry, Northamptonshire NN11 8RQ T: 0800 345 7529 E: james@sureventuk.com W: surevent.info Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2005 In-House: CDEFGHSTW Contracted Out: M Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Swiftclean (UK) Ltd

3 Scraptoft Business Centre, Main Street, Scraptoft, Leicester LE7 9TD T: 01702 531221 E: g.nicholls@swiftclean.co.uk W: swiftclean.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1996 In-House: TW Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

T T Clarke Contracting Ltd

Fengate, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire PE1 5XB T: 01733 342624 E: nathan.jenkins@tclarke.co.uk Joined: 2017 In-House: GIJKMPQX Cont'd Out: ABCDEFLORTUVWYZ

T Clarke Contracting Ltd

Windsor Court, Ascot Drive, Derby, Derbyshire DE24 8GZ T: 01332 332177 E: steve.ceiley@tclarke.co.uk W: tclarke.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2005 In-House: ABCDEGHIKLMOQSVWZ Contracted Out: FPRTUXY

Trace Energy Systems (Leicester)

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

U Uni-Clean Maintenance Services

5 Priest Court, Springfield Business Park, Grantham, Lincolnshire NG31 7FZ T: 01476 514614 E: ken@uni-cleanservices.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2007 In-House: EST Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

W William Bailey Ltd

Merlin Court, Ripley Road, Ambergate, Derbyshire DE56 2EP T: 01773 853703 E: stuart.bailey@williambailey.co.uk W: williambailey.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1989 In-House: EGHIJKMOPQSVWX Contracted Out: ABCDFLRTUYZ

WM Building Services (Leicester) Ltd

657 Melton Road, Thurmaston, Leicester, Leicestershire LE4 8EB T: 0116 311 2477 E: grahamcherry@ wmbuildingservices.com W: wmbuildingservices.com Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2003 In-House: ACEGIMOSZ Contracted Out: DFKLPQTUVWXY Specialist Group: HAPS


Eastern Counties www.thebesa.com/ find-a-besa-member BESA provides a free online search service 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 21st Century Contracts Ltd

Suite S, Whitegates Business Centre, Alexander Lane, Shenfield, Essex CM15 8QF T: 020 8597 8008 E: martin.maloney@ 21stcenturycontracts.co.uk W: 21stcenturycontracts.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2011 In-House: DEGHMOSXZ Contracted Out: ABCFIKLPQTUWY Specialist Group: HAPS

A Absolute Mechanical Ltd Pear Tree Farm, The Street, Weybread, Diss, Norfolk IP21 5TH T: 01379 586316 E: absolutejohn@hotmail.co.uk W: absolutemechanical.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2010 In-House: GHIJKLPQSV Contracted Out: EMTUZ

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Air conditioning Refrigeration F gas Ductwork - Sheet metal Ductwork - Plastics Local exhaust & kitchen ventilation & maintenance F Indoor air quality G Commercial heating & plumbing H Domestic heating, plumbing, service & maintenance Design & build I J Pipework/hot tapping/ pipe Freezing K Offsite prefabrication L Underfloor heating M C/I gas fitting N Ability to sub-contract O Renewables (Wind, Solar, Biomass, CHP, H/P etc) P Industrial process pipework Q Offsite prefabricated pipework R Thermal/sound insulation S Facilities services T Ductwork cleaning & vent hygiene U Automatic control system V Commissioning/performance testing W Water treatment X Lloyds class 1 welding Y Fire protection engineering Z Electrical contracting

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

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Aircare

79 Crescent Road, Heybridge, Maldon, Essex CM9 4SN T: 0560 341 1826 E: aircarelimited@hotmail.co.uk W: aircarelimited.co.uk Joined: 2009 In-House: ILOS Specialist Group: RACHP

AJR ECO Ltd

Unit 1, Brookside Centre, Sumpters Way, Southend on Sea, Essex SS2 5RR T: 01702 619698 E: terry@ajr-ltd.co.uk W: ajr-ltd.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2006 In-House: ABGHJKLMOQ Contracted Out: IVW Specialist Group: HAPS

Allied Mechanical Services Ltd

Goodwin Business Park, Willie Snaith Road, Newmarket, Suffolk CB8 7SQ T: 01638-661062 E: info@alliedservices.co.uk W: alliedservices.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1984 In-House: CGIJKMOPQSWX Contracted Out: ABDEFLTUVYZ Specialist Group: SFG

Anglia Boiler Maintenance Ltd

70a High Street, Caister-on-Sea, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk NR30 5EH T: 01493 721373 E: tracey@anglia-boiler.co.uk W: anglia-boiler.co.uk Contract Size: 2 Joined: 1987 In-House: GHM Specialist Group: SFG

Aqua Environmental Services Ltd

Unit 4, Braziers Farm, Beach Road, Clacton-On-Sea, Essex CO16 8SB T: 0800 433 7205 E: James.bull@ aquaenvironmentalservices.co.uk W: aquaenvironmentalservices.co.uk Joined: 2019 In-House: ET

Aquatronic Group Management PLC

AGM House, London Road, Copford, Colchester, Essex CO6 1GT T: 01206 215151 E: mat@agm-plc.co.uk W: acornps.co.uk Contract Size: 2 Joined: 1986 In-House: GIQS Specialist Group: SFG

Arcus Solutions Ltd

Enterprise House, 168-172 Upminster Road, Upminster, Essex RM14 2RB T: 01708 462944 E: gregory.shingles@arcussolutions.co.uk W: arcus.holdings Contract Size: 8 Joined: 2012 In-House: ABEGHJMOSTUVWYZ Specialist Group: RACHP

B B & F Mechanical Services Ltd

Unit 77a Claydon Business Park, Gipping Road, Great Blakenham, Ipswich, Suffolk IP6 0NL T: 01473 785115 E: bfmechanic@aol.com W: bfmechanical.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 1996 In-House: GJKMPQX Cont'd Out: ABCDEFILORSTUVWYZ

Bower Fuller

6 Bermuda Rd, Ransomes Europark, Ipswich, Suffolk IP3 9RU T: 01473 272277 E: smatthews@bowerfuller.co.uk W: bowerfuller.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1968 In-House: GHJMOSVZ Cont'd Out: ABCDEFIKLPQRTUWXY

Briggs & Forrester Engineering Services Ltd

Unit A, South Cambridge Business Park, Babraham Road, Sawston, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire CB22 3JH T: 01223 830009 E: will.newman@briggs.uk.com W: briggsandforrester.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1961 In-House: GIJMOZ Cont'd Out: ABCDEFKLPQRSTUVWXY

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Bright Hygiene Management (London) Ltd

Omega House, 7 Sarbir Ind Park, Cambridge Road, Harlow, Essex CM20 2EU T: 01279 444821 E: joseph@brighthygiene.co.uk W: brighthygiene.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2012 In-House: ET Specialist Group: SFG, VHB, VG

C Cambridge Maintenance Services Ltd

SI One, Parsons Green, St Ives, Cambridgeshire PE27 4AA T: 01480 493800 E: chris.k@ cambridgemaintenance.co.uk W: cambridgemaintenance.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 1995 In-House: ABG Specialist Group: SFG

Capri Mechanical Services Ltd

53-55 Cutlers Road, South Woodham Ferrers, Chelmsford, Essex CM3 5XJ T: 01245 321144 E: john.uwins@caprimechanical.co.uk W: caprimechanical.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1976 In-House: ABCEGIMQUVZ Contracted Out: DLSWXY Specialist Group: VG

Cater Clean 24 Seven

Unit 2, Hall Farm, Little Walden, Essex CB10 1XA T: 0870 300 3232 E: steve@24sevengroup.co.uk W: deepclean24seven.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Joined: 2012 In-House: T Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Ceetech Ltd

Acorn Business Centre, Paper Mill Lane, Bramford, Ipswich, Suffolk IP8 4BZ T: 01473 830095 E: kerry.briggs@ceetech.co.uk W: ceetech.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2013 In-House: GHIMOUYZ Contracted Out: ABCDELPQSTWX

Ceilite Airconditioning

Unit 1, The Alcorns, Cambridge Road, Stansted, Essex CM24 8DF T: 01279 815503 E: darren.down@ceilite.com W: ceilite.com Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2004 In-House: ABGIMOV Specialist Group: RACHP

Chadwell Construction Ltd Tralin House, Chesham Close, Romford, Essex RM7 7PJ T: 01708 767100 E: nick@chadwell.co.uk W: chadwell.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Joined: 2009 In-House: ABCDEGHIMVYZ

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Constant Cooling Ltd

DMG Delta Ltd

Catherine House, London Road, Sawston, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire CB22 3XE T: 01223 834711 E: peter@constantcooling.com W: constantcooling.com Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2009 In-House: ABHOS Specialist Group: RACHP

Sion Park, Stansted Road, Birchanger, Bishop Stortford, Essex CM23 5PU T: 01279 810100 E: rupert.mackay@dmgdelta.co.uk W: dmgdelta.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Joined: 2004 In-House: ABFGHIJLMOSUVWZ Contracted Out: CDEKNPQRTXY Specialist Group: SFG

Cool Heat Services Ltd

167 Hulbridge Road, South Woodham Ferrers, Chelmsford, Essex CM3 5LN T: 01245 321615 E: nina@coolheat.co.uk W: coolheat.co.uk Contract Size: 3 Joined: 1981 In-House: ABFGHIOSUV Contracted Out: C Specialist Group: RACHP

Cooper & Brome (Contracts) Ltd

DANIMAK Limited

CSM House, Chequers Lane Dagenham, Essex RM9 6PR Tel: 0208 596 9040 Fax: 0208 896 9045 Email: info@danimak.com Website: www.danimak.com Mechanical and Electrical Engineers specialising in the commercial, leisure and retail sectors.

Units 3 & 4, 85 London Road, Marks Tey, Colchester, Essex CO6 1EB T: 01206 212582 E: simon@cooperandbrome.co.uk W: cooperandbrome.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 1984 In-House: GHJMO Cont'd Out: ABCDEFILPQRSTUVWYZ Specialist Group: HAPS

D D & K Facilities Maintenance Ltd

32 Hornsby Square, Southfields Industrial Estate, Laindon, Essex SS15 6SD T: 01268 545737 E: glenn@dandkfacilities.co.uk W: dandkfacilities.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Joined: 2007 In-House: MOV Specialist Group: SFG

Danimak Ltd

CSM House, Chequers Lane, Dagenham, Essex RM9 6PR T: 020 8596 9040 E: dan@danimak.com W: danimak.com Contract Size: 4 Joined: 2006 In-House: ABGIMOS Cont'd Out: CDEFHJKLPQRTUVWXYZ Specialist Group: SFG

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Eastern Fabrications Building Services Ltd

4 Horsecroft Place, The Pinnacles, Harlow, Essex CM19 5BT T: 01279 454609 E: roy.cox@efabs.co.uk W: efabs.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1999 In-House: ACDEJKOQSTV Contracted Out: LW

Edmund Services Ltd

12/13 Saxon House, Warley Street, Upminster, Essex RM14 3PJ T: 01708 222221 E: eddie@edmundservices.com W: edmund-services.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 1993 In-House: ABGMOUZ Cont'd Out: CDEFHIJLPQRSTVWXY Specialist Group: SFG

CPS Building Services Ltd

Unit 15A, Norman Way Industrial Estate, Norman Way, Over, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire CB24 5QE T: 01223 232054 E: james@ cambridgepipedservices.co.uk W: cpsbuildingservices.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2009 In-House: BEGHMOSUVZ Contracted Out: CDFIJKLPQTWXY Specialist Group: SFG

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Elite Services (Environmental) Ltd

DCUK FM

1 Woodfield Road, Welwyn Garden City Hertfordshire AL7 1JQ Tel: 0330 124 5671 Email: info@dcukfm.com Website: www.dcukfm.com DCUKFM are leading experts in; • Ductwork Cleaning • Kitchen Extract Cleaning • General Ventilation Cleaning • Ventilation Surveys • Fire Damper Checks & Maintenance • Ventilation Fire Risk Assessments • Social Housing Ventilation • BESA Accredited Training • Inspecting & Testing of LEV Systems • Ventilation CCTV Surveys • TR19 Compliance Surveys • Licenced Decontamination of Ductwork Systems • Operating Theatre Ventilation Cleaning • Qualified Fire Risk Assessors • Asbestos Removal • Building Refurbishment Nationwide – various regional offices DCUK FM: The country’s leading ventilation hygiene, ductwork cleaning and asbestos remediation specialists

4 Main Drive, Dunton Park, Lower Dunton Road, Brentwood, Essex CM13 3SY T: 01268 542030 E: lee@eliteservices.co.uk W: eliteservices.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Joined: 2007 In-House: ABGMOS Contracted Out: CEITUVWYZ Specialist Group: SFG

ENGIE FM Ltd

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

Eyre Building Services Group Ltd

Eastern House, Eastern Court, Ernest Gage Avenue, New Costessey, Norwich, Norfolk NR5 0JU T: 01603 731100 E: Jamie.Thwaites@eyregroup.co.uk W: eyre-electrical-mechanical.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1998 In-House: ABFGHIJMOPRSZ Contracted Out: CDEKLQTUVWY Specialist Group: RACHP

F Fisher Refrigeration

37 High Street, Landbeach, Cambridgeshire CB25 9FR T: 01223 861103 E: trevor@fisherrefrigeration.co.uk W: fisherrefrigeration.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Joined: 1987 In-House: ABIOZ Specialist Group: RACHP

Fisher Refrigeration Ltd

37 High Street, Landbeach, Cambridgeshire CB25 9FR T: 01223 861103 E: trevor@fisherrefrigeration.co.uk W: fisherrefrigeration.co.uk Contract Size: 3 Joined: 1987 In-House: ABOZ Specialist Group: RACHP

G Gowing & Hunt Ltd

Unit 4, Greenham Park, Common Road, Witchford, Cambridgeshire CB6 2HF T: 01353 666669 E: mary@gowingandhunt.co.uk W: gowingandhunt.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1999 In-House: DEGHIJKLMOPQSVWXZ Contracted Out: ABCFTUY

Guardian Water Treatment Ltd

Units 9 & 10, The Capricorn Centre, Cranes Farm, Basildon, Essex SS14 3JJ T: 01268 287477 E: adriana@gwtltd.com W: gwtltd.com Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2011 In-House: CDEFTW Contracted Out: V Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

H H2O Nationwide Ltd

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

Hawkes Refrigeration Engineers

2-6 Gibcracks, Basildon, Essex SS14 1PE T: 01268 556663 E: barry@refrigeration-uk.com W: refrigeration-uk.com Contract Size: 3 Joined: 2000 In-House: ABEGHIOPRSTVZ Contracted Out: CDMW Specialist Group: RACHP


BESA members

Eastern Counties

Henry Martin & Sons Ltd

Unit 18 Brunel Units, Brunel Road, Gorse Lane Industrial Estate, Clacton on Sea, Essex CO15 4LU T: 01255 428730 E: martin@henrymartinandsons.co.uk W: henrymartinandsons.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 1999 In-House: GHIJMOPQSV Cont'd Out: ABCDEFKLRTUWXYZ Specialist Group: HAPS

HMAC Ventilation Services LLP

18 Hornsby Square, Southfields Business Park, Basildon, Essex SS15 6SD T: 01268 206188 E: info@hmacvs.co.uk W: hmacvs.co.uk Contract Size: 1 Joined: 2018 In-House: FT

Hygiene Contracts Ltd

5 Harvey Close, Burnt Mills Industrial Estate, Basildon, Essex SS13 1EY T: 01268 726332 E: casey.owen@hygienecontracts.com W: hygienecontracts.com Contract Size: 1 Joined: 2017 In-House: AEGST

I I A C Services

Unit 4 Radford Business Centre, Radford Way, Billericay, Essex CM12 0DP T: 01277 287760 E: chris@iac.uk.com W: iac.uk.com Contract Size: 6 Joined: 1995 In-House: ABO Contracted Out: CEGHMSUVZ Specialist Group: RACHP

Imtech Inviron Ltd

Facilities Management & Service, Nash House, 17 Portman Road, Ipswich, Suffolk IP1 2BP T: 01473 346300 E: doug.hoskins@imtechinviron.co.uk W: inviron.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Joined: 1983 Specialist Group: SFG

Independent Air Quality Consultancy Services Ltd 11 Mersey Road, Witham, Essex CM8 1LL T: 01376 538472 E: alan@iaqservices.co.uk W: iaqservices.co.uk Contract Size: 3 Joined: 2013 In-House: EFT Contracted Out: CDWY Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

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L A Maintenance Ltd

NCPI Solutions

40 Landview Gardens, Ongar CM5 9EQ T: 01277 365346 E: john.allsopp@uk-gas.co.uk W: uk-gas.co.uk/about-us Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2019 In-House: ABDEGHJVWZ Contracted Out: CM

JCW Energy Services Ltd

Unit 7, Saxon Business Centre, Saxon Way, Melbourn, Cambridgeshire SG8 6DN T: 01763 264300 E: richard.weller@jcwes.com W: jcwes.com Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2014 In-House: ABGHIJLMOSUYZ Contracted Out: CDEFKPQRTVWX Specialist Group: RACHP

Jordan Environmental Ltd Unit 6 Woodside Business Park, Thetford Road, Ingham, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk IP31 1NR T: 01284 728848 E: info@jordanenviro.co.uk W: jordanenviro.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Joined: 1999 In-House: FW Specialist Group: SFG

Jupiter Facilities Management Ltd

3 Repton Court, Basildon, Essex SS13 1LN T: 01268 288988 E: phil.dorrell@jupiterfm.com W: jupiterfm.com Contract Size: 3 Joined: 2003 In-House: ABGHMOSZ Contracted Out: CDFITUVWY

K Kershaw Mechanical Services Ltd

Edward Leonard House, Pembroke Avenue, Denny End Road, Waterbeach, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire CB25 9QR T: 01223 715800 E: gary.smith@kershaw-grp.co.uk W: kershaw-grp.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Joined: 1955 In-House: ABCEGHIJKMQSV Contracted Out: DFLOPRTUWXYZ Specialist Group: VG

KGB Commercial Heating

8 Twickenham Road, Union Park, Norwich, Norfolk NR6 6NG T: 0845 230 0696 E: kevinkgbcomheat@btconnect.com W: kgbcommercialheating.com Contract Size: 2 Joined: 2007 In-House: GMUWZ Contracted Out: EI Specialist Group: SFG

Folkes Farm, Folkes Lane, Upminster, Essex RM14 1TH T: 01277 205046 E: lam@lamaintenance-ltd.co.uk W: lamaintenance-ltd.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Joined: 1992 In-House: ABEFGHIJLMOSUVWZ Contracted Out: CKQRTXY Specialist Group: SFG

Lorne Stewart PLC

No 12 De Grey Square, De Grey Road, Colchester, Essex CO4 5YQ T: 01206 751177 E: Kevin.Hatley@lornestewart.co.uk W: lornestewart.com Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1988 In-House: BGHIMOYZ Contracted Out: AEKLUVW Specialist Group: SFG

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5 Station Road, Shepreth, Cambridgeshire SG8 6PZ T: 01763 261778 E: martin@ncpisolutions.co.uk W: ncpisolutions.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2007 In-House: ABGSZ Contracted Out: CEMWY

Norfolk Heating Ltd

Prestige House, Avian Way, Salhouse Road, Norwich, Norfolk NR7 9AR T: 01603 429426 E: janie.sewell@aol.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 1966 In-House: GHILMO Cont'd Out: ABCDEFJKPQSTUVWXYZ Specialist Group: HAPS

P PIP Building Services Ltd

M Rogerson Ltd

Unit 2, The Dock, Ely, Cambridgeshire CB7 4GS T: 01353 662339 E: markevans@mrogerson.co.uk W: mrogerson.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2012 In-House: GHIJMOPSV Contracted Out: ABCDEKLQRTUWXYZ Specialist Group: HAPS

Madson Air Conditioning Ltd

10 Edward Park, Grange Way, Colchester, Essex CO2 8FZ T: 01206 866000 E: damon@madson.co.uk W: madson.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2001 In-House: ABCDEGIORSUV Contracted Out: LMTWZ Specialist Group: RACHP

Munro Building Services Ltd

Murdoch House, Unit 1, 30 Garlic Row, Cambridge CB5 8HW T: 01223 702100 E: davidclark@munroservices.co.uk W: munrobuildingservices.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Joined: 1974 In-House: GJKMOSZ Contracted Out: ABCDEFILNTUVWXY

Munro Building Services Ltd

Unit 11, Kingsdale Business Centre, Regina Road, Chelmsford, Essex CM1 1PE T: 01245 392610 E: waynesallows@munroservices.co.uk W: munrobuildingservices.co.uk Joined: 1992 In-House: GJKMOSZ Contracted Out: ABCDEFILTUVWXY

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Fenton House, Fenton Way, Southfields Business Park, Basildon, Essex SS15 6TD T: 01268 541651 E: dawn.stirling@pip.uk.com W: pip.uk.com Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2011 In-House: GHJMQSUVZ Contracted Out: ABCDEIKLTWXY

Pitkin & Ruddock Ltd

Unit 1, Capital Estate, Whapload Road, Lowestoft, Suffolk NR32 1TY T: 01502 563629 E: dean.clackett@pitkin-ruddock.co.uk W: pitkin-ruddock.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 1975 In-House: ABEO Contracted Out: LTUWZ Specialist Group: RACHP

Pitkin & Ruddock Ltd

Unit 6, Mercers Road, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk IP32 7HX T: 01284 767579 E: les.mitchell@pitkin-ruddock.co.uk W: pitkin-ruddock.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 1975 In-House: ABOV Specialist Group: RACHP

Pitkin & Ruddock Ltd

Unit D, Olympus Close, Whitehouse Industrial Estate, Ipswich, Suffolk IP1 5LJ T: 01473 740500 E: damian.nunn@pitkin-ruddock.co.uk W: pitkin-ruddock.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 1975 In-House: ABIO Specialist Group: RACHP

Polarcool Refrigeration Ltd

Unit K1, Beckingham Business Park, Tolleshunt Major, Maldon, Essex CM9 8LZ T: 01621 868584 E: brian@polarcool.co.uk W: polarcool.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2007 In-House: ABORSZ Specialist Group: RACHP

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Pro-Duct Clean Ltd

The Gattinetts, Hadleigh Road, East Bergholt, Essex, Essex CO7 6QT T: 0870 609 2080 E: nigel@pro-ductclean.com W: pro-ductclean.com Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2008 In-House: ET Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

R Rogan Heating Services Ltd

SES Mechanical Services Ltd Telford Way, Severalls Lane Industrial Est, Colchester, Essex CO4 9QP T: 01206 845333 E: sales@sesmechanical.co.uk W: sesmechanical.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 1981 In-House: ABGHIJKLMOPQS Contracted Out: CDERTUVWZ Specialist Group: RACHP

Silenster Building Services Ltd

Unit 4 Meadow Business Park, Reach Road, Burwell, Cambridge CB25 0GH T: 01638 743 500 E: maurice@roganheating services.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 1989 In-House: GMQS Specialist Group: SFG

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

Royce Group Ltd

Sotham Engineering Services Ltd

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

RSE Building Services Ltd 30 Hornsby Square, Southfields Business Park, Laindon, Basildon, Essex SS15 6SD T: 01268 888468 E: elouise.burnett@rsebs.co.uk W: rsebs.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2013 In-House: Z Contracted Out: AB

Rydan Mechanical Services Ltd

Unit 27, Olympic Business Park, Basildon, Essex SS14 3EX T: 01268 280333 E: iain@rydanservices.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2003 In-House: ABGHI Cont'd Out: CDEFJKLMOPQRTUVWXYZ

S S & W Process Engineering Ltd S & W House, Longhill Road, March, Cambridgeshire PE15 0BL T: 01354 659444 E: sw@swprocess.co.uk W: swprocess.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Joined: 2005 In-House: P

Scott Heating & Ventilation Ltd

Unit 5, Brookside Industrial Estate, Sawtry, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire PE28 5SB T: 01487 831735 E: adrian@scottventilation.co.uk W: scottventilation.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 1988 In-House: CDEI Contracted Out: ABGMPQRSTUVZ Specialist Group: VG

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Home End, Fulbourn, Cambridge CB21 5BS T: 01223 881081 E: ricky.harris@sotham.co.uk W: sotham.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1982 In-House: GHILMOVZ Contracted Out: UWY Specialist Group: SFG

Sotham Engineering Services Ltd Ocean House, Iceni Court, Delft Way, Norwich, Norfolk NR6 6BB T: 01603 412411 E: Nick.reeve@sotham.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1982 In-House: GHILMOVZ Contracted Out: STUWY Specialist Group: SFG

SSE Contracting Ltd

Unit 13 Evolution Business Park, Milton Road, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire CB24 9NG T: 01635 814916 E: andy.binks@sse.com Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2013 In-House: GHIMSUZ Cont'd Out: ABCDEFJKLOPQRTVWXY Specialist Group: SFG

T T Clarke Contracting Ltd

Bicton Industrial Park, Kym Rd, Kimbolton, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire PE28 0LW T: 01480 861544 E: sam.greene@tclarke.co.uk W: tclarke-east.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1996 In-House: GHIJKMPQSUZ Cont'd Out: ABCDEFLORTVWXY

TWO Services Ltd

2 Hovefields Lodge, Burnt Mills, Basildon, Essex SS13 1EB T: 01268 727603 E: barry@two-services.com W: two-services.com Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2006 In-House: ST Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

U United Facilities Management Ltd

Suite 4 The Sanctuary, Steeple View Farm, Dunton Road, Steeple View, Laindon, Essex SS15 4DB T: 0333 323 0730 E: stephen@unitedfm.com W: unitedfm.com Contract Size: 5 Joined: 1996 In-House: ABEGHIMOSZ Cont'd Out: CDFJKLPQTUVWXY Specialist Group: SFG

V Ventilation and Water Compliance Ltd

2 Cambria Close, Charfleet Industrial Estate, Canvey Island, Essex SS8 0JX T: 01268 690431 E: simon@vwcompliance.co.uk W: vwcompliance.co.uk Joined: 2018 In-House: ACDEST

W Weldatube Mechanical Services Ltd

74 Fryerning Lane, Ingatestone, Chelmsford, Essex CM4 0NN T: 01277 353306 E: info@keepingcool.co.uk W: keepingcool.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Joined: 2006 In-House: CEGIS Cont'd Out: DFJKLMPQRTUVWXYZ Specialist Group: VG

Wonters FM Ltd

Unit 16, Ronald Rolph Court, Wadloes Road, Cambridge CB5 8PX T: 01223 240547 E: Bob@wonters.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2010 In-House: HIJLMOPQSTUXZ Contracted Out: ABCDEY Specialist Group: SFG


London Advent Ductwork Systems Ltd

ALB Building Services Ltd

Aim Mechanical Services Ltd

All Seasons Climate Control Ltd

7 Westfield Road, Slyfield Industrial Estate, Guildford, Surrey GU1 1RR T: 01932 856249 E: peter@adventds.com Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2008 In-House: ABCEGISV Contracted Out: LOTUWYZ Specialist Group: VG

www.thebesa.com/ find-a-besa-member BESA provides a free online search service 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 C Direct Ltd

Stable Yard, 65 Albert Road, South Woodford E18 1LE T: 020 8989 8989 E: tom@acdprojects.co.uk W: ac-direct.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2009 In-House: ABIO

A C Preou Ltd

Hobson House, 12b Bridge Close, Romford, Essex RM7 0AU T: 01708 755055 E: arthurpreou@preou.co.uk W: preou.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 1975 In-House: ABEGJMO Contracted Out: CDLRTW

A C R London Ltd

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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 & above

134-134a Park View Road, Welling, Kent DA16 1SJ T: 020 8331 5603 E: info@acrlondon.co.uk W: acrlondon.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Joined: 1994 In-House: ABEJOSTUVZ Contracted Out: I Specialist Group: RACHP

A G O'Malley Ltd A B C D E

Air conditioning Refrigeration F gas Ductwork - Sheet metal Ductwork - Plastics Local exhaust & kitchen ventilation & maintenance F Indoor air quality G Commercial heating & plumbing H Domestic heating, plumbing, service & maintenance Design & build I J Pipework/hot tapping/ pipe Freezing K Offsite prefabrication L Underfloor heating M C/I gas fitting N Ability to sub-contract O Renewables (Wind, Solar, Biomass, CHP, H/P etc) P Industrial process pipework Q Offsite prefabricated pipework R Thermal/sound insulation S Facilities services T Ductwork cleaning & vent hygiene U Automatic control system V Commissioning/performance testing W Water treatment X Lloyds class 1 welding Y Fire protection engineering Z Electrical contracting

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

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2 Veridion Way, Veridion Park, Erith, Kent DA18 4AL T: 020 8320 1060 E: peggy.lane@aimmechanical.co.uk W: aimmechanical.co.uk Contract Size: 3 Joined: 1992 In-House: ABGLMOSW Specialist Group: RACHP, SFG

6 The Avenue, West Wickham, Kent BR4 0DY T: 020 8916 9322 E: tony@fabfit.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2009 In-House: GJLMPQX

Accent Services (Air Conditioning) Ltd

Unit 17, Shepperton Business Park, Govett Avenue, Shepperton, Middlesex TW17 8BA T: 01932 765648 E: ian.marriott@accent.ac W: accentac Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2010 In-House: ABOS Specialist Group: RACHP

ADC Environmental Services Ltd

53 Bankside Close, Isleworth, Middlesex TW7 7EW T: 020 8891 0228 E: adcphilipcross@gmail.com W: ventilationing.org Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2000 In-House: EFTW Cont'd Out: ABCDGHIMRSUVYZ Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

1 Farriers Yard, 77 Fulham Palace Road, London W6 8AH T: 020 8563 7403 E: allan@albltd.co.uk W: albltd.co.uk Contract Size: 3 Joined: 2011 In-House: ACDEHIJLRUVWZ Contracted Out: BFGKMOPQSTXY Specialist Group: SFG

Unit 2, Prospect Business Park, Langston Road, Loughton, Essex IG10 3TR T: 020 8502 4540 E: steven@allseasonscc.co.uk W: beattheheat.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2004 In-House: AB Specialist Group: RACHP

All Seasons Air Conditioning Services Ltd

Aircon Services

Unit C4 Regent Park, Summerleys Road, Princes Risborough, Buckinghamshire HP27 9LE Tel: 01844 348760 Email: sales@aircon-services.co.uk Website: www.aircon-services.co.uk At Aircon Services, we’ve been helping our customers reduce their energy costs whilst ensuring their businesses are kept cool for over 30 years. Fast, professional installation of air conditioning, evaporative cooling and commercial heating systems. All our work is performed by our highly skilled engineers. We focus on ensuring your business isn’t interrupted, keeping a clean, quiet environment and maximising longevity. Over the years we’ve developed a reputation for providing an excellent service. We will ensure you receive tailored care and attention from every single member of our team before, during and after we complete any work.

Air Conditioning Projects Ltd

Chancery Court, Lincoln Road, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire HP12 3RE T: 01494 429329 E: matt@acprojects.co.uk W: acprojects.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2009 In-House: B Contracted Out: ACDIOSTUVW Specialist Group: RACHP

Unit 5, Prospect Business Park, Langston Road, Loughton, Essex IG10 3TR T: 020 8502 4540 E: steven@allseasonscc.co.uk W: allseasonsclimatecontrol.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2015 In-House: ABISV Contracted Out: CDEFGHJKLMOPQRTUWXYZ

Anden Environmental Services Ltd

Kings House - 1st Floor, 101-135 Kings Road, Brentwood, Essex CM14 4DR T: 01277 288353 E: david@andenhvac.co.uk W: andenhvac.co.uk Contract Size: 1 Joined: 2015 In-House: ACGI Specialist Group: SFG

Apleona HSG Ltd

Nene House, Drayton Fields Industrial Estate, Daventry, Northamptonshire NN11 8EA T: 020 8790 1000 E: duncan.perkins@apleona.com W: uk-hsg.apleona.com Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2007 In-House: ABGMOSUZ Contracted Out: TVWY Specialist Group: SFG

Apleona HSG Ltd

26 Finsbury Square, London EC2A 1DS T: 020 8790 1011 E: robert.miles@apleona.com W: uk-hsg.apleona.com Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2007 In-House: ABEGHMSUZ Contracted Out: JLPQTVWXY Specialist Group: SFG

Argent FM Ltd

55 Greenwich High Road, London SE10 8JL T: 020 7403 1204 E: arthurc@argentfm.com W: argentfm.com Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2002 In-House: ABGIJLMOSTUWXZ Contracted Out: CDEFKPQVY Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

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Beacon Group Ltd

ASPEN Air Conditioning & Heat Pumps Apex Way, Hailsham BN27 3WA Head Office Tel: 01323 849 955 London Office Tel: 0207 412 8931 Email: info@aspen-ac.co.uk Website: www.aspen-ac.co.uk

Established in 1986, Aspen has been providing quality design and installation of bespoke air conditioning systems in all business sectors successfully for over 30 years. Aspen is a trusted partner of leading suppliers Daikin and Mitsubishi â&#x20AC;&#x201C; recently becoming one of a select few businesses in the UK to be made a Diamond Quality Partner. Our dedicated service division provides Planned Maintenance, service and repair services which, coupled with the offer of 7-10 year warranties, provides our customers with long term peace of mind. Whether you are an end-user, Main Contractor or M&E Contractor, you can trust your next project to Aspen. Please contact us for a personalised and quality service.

Unit 5 Kingside Business Park, Ruston Road, Woolwich, London SE18 5BX T: 020 8309 8555 E: enquiries@beacongroup.org.uk W: beacongroup.org.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2004 In-House: DG Contracted Out: ABCJOV

Bishop Shrink Fitting Ltd 183-185 Sunningvale Avenue, Biggin Hill, Kent TN16 3TL T: 020 8656 8234 E: cyril.bishop@bishop.co.uk W: bishopgroupservices.com Joined: 2015 In-House: J Specialist Group: SFG

Blu Diamond Services Ltd

1st Floor, 31 River Road, Barking, Essex IG11 0DA T: 0203 632 1031 E: laurence@bludiamondservices.com W: bludiamondservices.com Joined: 2015 In-House: ST

Blue Flame Gas Services

276 Wickham Lane, Abbey Wood, London SE2 0XS T: 020 8311 7842 E: admin@blue-flame.co.uk W: blue-flame.co.uk Contract Size: 2 Joined: 2006 In-House: H Specialist Group: HAPS

Bouygues E&S FM UK Ltd Associated Pipework (SE) Ltd

Unit 35, Swan Centre, Rosemary Road, London SW17 0AR T: 020 8879 7042 E: mark@associatedpipework.com W: associatedpipework.com Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2004 In-House: GJKPQRX

B Balfour Beatty Kilpatrick

5 Churchill Place, Canary Wharf, London, Surrey E14 5HU T: 020 7216 6800 E: lee.bridges@balfourbeatty.com W: balfourbeatty.com Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2009 In-House: GIMOPQXZ Contracted Out: ABCDELSTUVWY Specialist Group: SFG, VG

Bancroft Ltd

32 Harbour Exchange Square, Harbour Island, London E14 9GE T: 020 8709 2500 E: jason.dodd@bancroft.uk.com W: bancroft.uk.com Contract Size: 8 Joined: 1996 In-House: IKZ Contracted Out: ABCEGLQWY

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Becket House, 1 Lambeth Palace Road, London SE1 7EU T: 020 7803 3520 ext 673520 E: ian.clark2@bouygues-es.co.uk W: bouygues-es.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Joined: 2006 In-House: ABGLMOSUZ Contracted Out: CDEIPQTVWXY Specialist Group: SFG

Briggs & Forrester Engineering Services Ltd

3rd Floor, 35 Chiswell Street, London EC1Y 4SE T: 0203 859 3859 E: giovanni.ionta@briggs.uk.com Contract Size: 8 Joined: 1961 In-House: GIJMOZ Cont'd Out: ABCDEFLPQRSTUVWXY

BSW Heating Ltd

3 Old Barn Lane, Kenley, Surrey CR8 5AT T: 020 8763 5300 E: Mbelliere@bsw-heating.com W: bsw-heating.com Contract Size: 8 Joined: 1972 In-House: GHLMOQVZ Contracted Out: ACDIUW Specialist Group: HAPS, SFG

C C N C Heating Ltd

Unit F, Fawkham Business Park, Fawkham Road, Longfield, Kent DA3 7BE T: 01474 700111 E: service@cncheating.co.uk W: cncheating.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2005 In-House: GH Specialist Group: SFG

Cadogan Building Services Ltd

Cleaveland Mews, 9 Cleaveland Road, Surbiton, Surrey KT6 4AH T: 020 8390 6500 E: mail@cadoganbs.co.uk W: cadoganbs.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2008 In-House: GIKMOQ Contracted Out: ABCDELPUVW

Cartel (London) Ltd

Hobbs Cross Open Farm, Hobbs Cross Road, Theydon Garnon, Epping, Essex CM16 7NY T: 01992 812522 E: mick@cartellondon.com W: cartellondon.com Contract Size: 2 Joined: 2003 In-House: E Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

CB Heating Ltd

Unit 5 Braizers Farm, Beach Road, St Osyth, Clacton, Essex CO16 8SB T: 020 3745 2418 E: clayton@cbheating.co.uk W: cbheating.co.uk Joined: 2019 In-House: GH Specialist Group: HAPS

CBRE Managed Services Ltd City Bridge House, 57 Southwark Street, London SE1 1RU T: 020 7871 9192 E: ryan.kilby@cbre.com W: cbre.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Joined: 1985 In-House: ABCDEFGHIJKLMOPQR STUVWXYZ Specialist Group: SFG

Claremore Mechanical Services Ltd

31 Grangewood Street, East Ham, London E6 1HB T: 020 8552 5124 E: gavin.pykerman@claremore.co.uk W: claremore.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 1995 In-House: ABGHIJLMSVW Contracted Out: CDETUZ Specialist Group: SFG

Cleanheat

Unit 15 City Busines Centre, 25 Lower Road, London SE16 2XB T: 020 7793 4002 E: mail@cleanheat.co.uk W: cleanheat.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Joined: 2013 In-House: ABGLMOSVW Contracted Out: CEPQTUXYZ Specialist Group: SFG

Complete Mechanical Solutions Ltd

95 St Johns Hill, Clapham, Clapham SW11 1SY T: 0203 384 2482 E: ws@cegservices.co.uk W: completemechanical solutions.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2015 In-House: GIS Contracted Out: ABCEJVW

Condair PLC

Rustington Trading Estate, Artex Avenue, Rustington, West Sussex BN16 3LN T: 01903 850200 E: tim.scott@condair.com W: condair.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 1996 In-House: IS Specialist Group: SFG

Contract Energy Management Ltd

Unit 13, Brentford Business Centre, Commerce Road, Brentford, Middlesex TW8 8LG T: 020 8568 4655 E: rossf@cemuk.com W: cemuk.com Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2007 In-House: GIMSUVWZ Contracted Out: CDER Specialist Group: SFG

Croft Maclaine Ltd

Unit 3, Bybow Farm, Orchard Way, Wilmington, Kent DA2 7ER T: 01322 476118 E: jm@croftmaclaine.com W: croftmaclaine.com Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2018 In-House: ADEGHJMZ Cont'd Out: BCIKLNOQSTUVWY

Crystal Refrigeration

Crystal House, 4 Dolman Road, London W4 5UY T: 020 8994 9398 E: harminder@crystalrefrigeration.co.uk W: crystalrefrigeration.co.uk Contract Size: 3 Joined: 1996 In-House: ABIOV

Crystal Sigma Ltd

657 North Circular Road, London NW2 7AY T: 020 8452 3030 E: samir@crystalsigma.com W: crystalsigma.com Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2008 In-House: ABLSV Contracted Out: IOT Specialist Group: RACHP

Current Development Ltd 7 Beechwood Rise, Chislehurst, Kent BR7 6TF T: 020 8295 2295 E: jim.kitson@ currentdevelopment.co.uk W: currentdevelopment.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Joined: 1998 In-House: ACEGIMOSV Contracted Out: BHTUYZ Specialist Group: RACHP


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D

Darenth Valley Building Services Ltd

DCUK FM

1 Woodfield Road, Welwyn Garden City Hertfordshire AL7 1JQ Tel: 0330 124 5671 Email: info@dcukfm.com Website: www.dcukfm.com DCUKFM are leading experts in; • Ductwork Cleaning • Kitchen Extract Cleaning • General Ventilation Cleaning • Ventilation Surveys • Fire Damper Checks & Maintenance • Ventilation Fire Risk Assessments • Social Housing Ventilation • BESA Accredited Training • Inspecting & Testing of LEV Systems • Ventilation CCTV Surveys • TR19 Compliance Surveys • Licenced Decontamination of Ductwork Systems • Operating Theatre Ventilation Cleaning • Qualified Fire Risk Assessors • Asbestos Removal • Building Refurbishment Nationwide – various regional offices DCUK FM: The country’s leading ventilation hygiene, ductwork cleaning and asbestos remediation specialists

Delatim Limited

Unit 33 IO Centre, Armstrong Road London SE18 6RS Tel: 0208 8853 9580 Fax: 0208 854 5150 Email: info@delatim.co.uk Website: www.delatim.co.uk Delatim is a customer focused business with the capability to provide maintenance, design, installation and commissioning services to clients in the market for high quality building services. We cover all aspects of building services (Communications, Electrical, Fire, Mechanical and Premises) with an established workforce of in-house resource, which enables us to provide a flexible service that is adaptive to client and project needs. We are experienced in complex environments such as Transport, Energy, Commercial and Public sectors. Our business foundation is reputation, and a strategy of steady growth through repeat business, with leadership focus on people, competence, service and quality.

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Unit 2, White Oak Square, London Road, Swanley, Kent BR8 7AG T: 01322 615665 E: james@darenthvalley.co.uk W: darenthvalley.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Joined: 2009 In-House: ABGJLOS Contracted Out: CEIMTUWYZ Specialist Group: SFG

Delatim Ltd

Unit 33 IO Centre, Armstrong Road, London SE18 6RS T: 020 8853 9580 E: tim.bonny@delatim.co.uk W: delatim.co.uk Contract Size: 1 Joined: 2016 In-House: ACGIZ

Dornan Engineering Services Ltd

114a Cromwell Road, London SW7 4ES T: 020 7340 1030 E: robert.feaheny@dornan.ie W: dornan.ie Contract Size: 8 Joined: 2010 In-House: GHKLMOPQXZ Contracted Out: ABFISTUVWY

E East West Connect Ltd

Unit 5, Silicone Business Centre, 28 Wadsworth Road, Perivale, Middlesex UB6 7JZ T: 0845 601 4184 E: danielle.rodgers@ eastwestconnect.com W: eastwestconnect.com Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2012 In-House: ABCDEGHIJMOSVZ Contracted Out: KLPQRTUWXY Specialist Group: HAPS

Eaton Air Ltd

Elmec (Southern) Ltd

6 Lagoon Road, Orpington, Kent BR5 3QX T: 020 8331 2960 E: amason@elmecsouthern.com W: elmecsouthern.com Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1995 In-House: DEGHIMRYZ Cont'd Out: ABCFKLOPQSTUVWX

Unit A4, St Georges Business Park, Castle Road, Sittingbourne Kent ME10 3TB Tel: 01795 857840 Email: info@farmwood.co.uk Website: www.farmwood.co.uk BESA NATIONAL CONTRACTOR OF THE YEAR 2018 See our advert on Page 32

Emcor Group (UK)

Altitude, Atlas Business Park, Simonsway, Manchester M22 5PP T: 0345 600 2300 E: Greg.Markham@emcoruk.com W: emcoruk.com Joined: 2018 In-House: ABEGHSTUV

EMS (Installations) Ltd

Wharf Road, Gravesend, Kent DA12 2RU T: 01474 360390 E: carla.kingswood@ emspipework.co.uk W: emspipework.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2005 In-House: GKMQX

ENGIE FM Ltd

Level 19, 25 Canada Square, London E14 5LQ T: 020 7320 8600 E: Luke.folwell@engie.com W: engie.co.uk/en Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2007 In-House: ABS Specialist Group: RACHP, SFG

Edge DBS Ltd

Viking Business Centre, Danes Road, Romford, Essex RM7 0HL T: 01708 708888 E: lcowlbeck@esgplc.com W: esgplc.com Contract Size: 8 Joined: 2005 In-House: FGIJKMOQSVZ Cont'd Out: ABCDELPRTUWXY Specialist Group: HAPS

Suite D1 St Meryl, Delta Gain, Carpenters Park, Watford, Hertfordshire WD19 5EF T: 020 8421 6196 E: dwest@elcobuildingservices.co.uk W: elcobuildingservices.co.uk Contract Size: 3 Joined: 2005 In-House: FGHJMPQSTUZ Contracted Out: VWY Specialist Group: SFG

Ventilation And IAQ Specialists

1st Floor - Bates Business Centre, The Old Brickworks, Church Road, Harold Wood, Essex RM3 0JF T: 020 8290 0317 E: ian@elmstead.co.uk W: elmstead.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1989 In-House: ABOS Cont'd Out: CDEGILMRTUVWYZ

Engie Regeneration Ltd

Elco Building Services Ltd

Farmwood M&E Services Ltd

Elmstead Mechanical Services Ltd

Unit 7 Curtis Farm, High Road, Fobbing, Stanford-le-Hope, Essex SS17 9JJ T: 0800 118 2778 E: lisa@eatonair.com W: eatonair.com Contract Size: 1 Joined: 2014 In-House: ABCEILS Specialist Group: RACHP

2nd Floor, 76-77 Watling Street, London EC4M 9BJ T: 020 7904 1033 E: dsmith@edgedbs.co.uk W: edgedbs.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2009 In-House: ACEGIJMUV

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Conquest House, Church Street, Waltham Abbey EN9 1DX T: 01992 650333 E: john.finnerty@engie.com W: keepmoatregen.com Joined: 2017 In-House: AGH Specialist Group: HAPS

Essex Services Group PLC

Essex Ventilation Services Ltd

26 Wallenger Avenue, Romford, Essex RM2 6ER T: 01708 301234 E: justin@evs.co.uk W: evs.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Joined: 2014 In-House: ACDEST Contracted Out: BIV Specialist Group: VG

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Fire Protection Ltd

Flamebar House, South Road, Templefields, Harlow, Essex CM20 2AR T: 01279 634230 E: alankinnear@fireprotection.co.uk W: fireprotection.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1994 In-House: CESY Contracted Out: D Specialist Group: VG

Fletchers Facilities Ltd

Jubilee Lodge (First Floor), 21 Jubilee Way, Chessington, Surrey KT9 1TR T: 020 8391 2972 E: mikef@ffl11.co.uk W: ffl11.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 1982 In-House: GJKLMOQSWZ Contracted Out: ABCDETUV

G G & D Higgins Mechanical Services Ltd

60-62 High Street, Northwood, Middlesex HA6 1BL T: 020 8863 0003 E: lindarose.higgins@gdhiggins.co.uk W: gdhiggins.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1990 In-House: GHILMOQSVX Contracted Out: EW

GEM Environmental Building Services Ltd

Unit 121 - 122 Omega Works, 4 Roach Road, London E3 2PF T: 020 8985 0409 E: gary.martin@gemebs.com W: gem-ebs.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2003 In-House: GHJMPQUVWXZ Contracted Out: ACDEFIKLRY Specialist Group: SFG

Gratte Brothers Ltd

2 Regents Wharf, All Saints Street, London N1 9RL T: 020 7837 6433 E: ahills@gratte.com W: gratte.com Contract Size: 8 Joined: 1949 In-House: AGIMPXYZ Contracted Out: BCDELOQTUVW The BESA Book 2020 |

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Gratte Brothers Specialist Services Ltd

Haydon Mechanical & Electrical Ltd

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Holland Air Conditioning Ltd

2 Regents Wharf, All Saints Street, London N1 9RL T: 020 7837 6433 E: ahills@gratte.com W: gratte.com Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2004 In-House: GIMOSYZ Contracted Out: ABCDELRTUVW Specialist Group: SFG

H & V Building Services Ltd The Old Dairy, 4 New Road, South Darenth, Dartford, Kent DA4 9AR T: 01322 420040 E: enquiries@hvbuildingservices.co.uk W: hvbuildingservices.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2002 In-House: ABCDEGLMOPQSTUWZ Contracted Out: V

Harry Taylor of Ashton Ltd Kitson's Works, Aylesbury Road, Bromley, Kent BR2 0QZ T: 020 8464 0915 E: james@harrytaylor.co.uk W: harrytaylor.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Joined: 2008 In-House: GM

Hawkes Refrigeration Engineers

2-6 Gibcracks, Basildon, Essex SS14 1PE Tel: 01268 556663 Email: service@refrigeration-uk.com Website: refrigeration-uk.com Hawkes - a customer focused family business established in 1966. We have an excellent working relationship with; Queen Mary University of London, University of East London; Tower Hamlets; Thames Technology; Energy Developments UK; to name but a few.... We are specialist contractors with a vast knowledge in the design, supply, installation, service and maintenance of commercial and industrial refrigeration, ventilation, air-conditioning, chilled water and all aspects of electrical services. Hawkes Refrigeration Engineers is one of the longest standing and well-respected specialist companies in the South East region.

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City Reach, 5 Greenwich View Place, Docklands, London E14 9NN T: 020 7987 3555 E: dave.cutler@haydonme.co.uk W: haydonme.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Joined: 1991 In-House: GHIMSZ Contracted Out: L Specialist Group: HAPS

Unit 8, Sovereign Business Centre, Stockingswater Lane, Enfield, Middlesex EN3 7JX T: 020 8443 0990 E: james@munnsgroup.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Joined: 1996 In-House: ABDEGHLMOSTWZ Contracted Out: CFIJKPQRUVXY Specialist Group: SFG

Hoveair (Maintenance Services) Ltd

24-26 Hermitage Lane, South Norwood, London SE25 5HH T: 020 8656 7744 E: sarahcollins@hoveair.com W: hoveair.com Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2009 In-House: ABGHLMOS Specialist Group: SFG

Imtech Inviron Ltd

Facilities Management & Service, Deben House, 1 Selsdon Way, City Harbour, Docklands, London E14 9GL T: 020 7515 5511 E: andy.tonkin@imtech.co.uk W: inviron.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Joined: 1983 Specialist Group: RACHP, SFG

Imtech Engineering Services London & South Ltd

Hooton Street, Carlton Road, Nottingham, Middlesex NG3 5GL T: 01784 411600 E: martin.mcevoy@imtech.co.uk W: imtechmeica.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Joined: 1996 In-House: ABCDEFGHIJKLMOPQRUVWYZ

Indepth Hygiene Services Ltd

Indepth House, Wellesley Road, Sutton, Surrey SM2 5BW T: 020 8661 7888 E: r.norman@indepthhygiene.co.uk W: indepthhygiene.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 1996 In-House: EFT Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Hoveair (Building Services) Ltd

24-26 Hermitage Lane, South Norwood, London SE25 5HH T: 020 8656 7744 E: davidcollins@hoveair.com W: hoveair.com Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2009 In-House: ABGHILMOSUZ Contracted Out: CDETXY

HSL Group Ltd

The Beeches, Brighton Road, Lower Kingswood, Surrey KT20 6SY T: 01737 831810 E: john@hslgroup.co.uk W: hslgroup.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2002 In-House: ABGOSU Contracted Out: JLMPQTVWXYZ Spec Group: HAPS, RACHP, SFG, VG

Huggins & Squire Ltd

Milton Keynes Business Centre, Foxhunter Drive, Linford Wood, Milton Keynes, Bucks MK14 6GD T: 01908 698979 E: gordoncollis@ hugginsandsquire.co.uk W: hugginsandsquire.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Joined: 1989 In-House: ABCDEIO Specialist Group: SFG

I Imtech

Twenty, 20 Kingston Road, Staines-upon-Thames, Middlesex TW18 4LG T: 01784 229900 E: ian.bolster@imtech.co.uk W: imtech.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Joined: 2009 In-House: I Contracted Out: ABCDEGHJKLMOPQRSTUVWXYZ

Innovation Air Conditioning & Building Services Ltd Lansdowne Building, Lansdowne Road, East Croydon, Surrey CR9 2ER T: 020 8263 6241 E: amitry@innovation-acbs.com W: innovation-acbs.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2000 In-House: ABGHIMO Cont'd Out: CDEFKLQSTUVWYZ

Iver Technical Services Ltd West World, West Gate, London W5 1DT T: 020 8998 0300 E: john@ivertechnical.co.uk W: ivertechnical.com Contract Size: 4 Joined: 2011 In-House: G Contracted Out: CDEIMOV Specialist Group: SFG

J J & I Cleaning Services Ltd

Unit 7 Eastcote Ind Estate, Field End Road, Ruislip, Middlesex HA4 9XG T: 020 8866 3413 E: info@jicleaning.com W: jicleaning.com Contract Size: 1 Joined: 2018 In-House: T

J J Engineering Co

Innovation Air Conditioning & Building Services Ltd Lansdowne Building, Lansdowne Road East Croydon, Surrey CR9 2ER Tel: 020 8263 6241 Fax: 020 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.

260 Reede Road, Dagenham, Essex RM10 8EH T: 020 8595 6076 E: jj@jjeng.com W: jjeng.com Contract Size: 6 Joined: 1999 In-House: ABCEGIOSTZ Contracted Out: HJLMWY Specialist Group: VG

J L Environmental Ltd

Unit 27, River Road Business Park, 33 River Road, Barking, Essex IG11 0EA T: 020 8507 2989 E: jlenvironltd@aol.com W: jlenvironmental.org.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 1991 In-House: ABOSU Contracted Out: CEGHITVWZ Specialist Group: RACHP, SFG

J O'Connor Ltd

Unit 2, Horizon Trade Park, Ringway, London N11 2NW T: 020 8920 4930 E: accounts@joconnor.co.uk W: joconnor.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 1990 In-House: GHILMOSUWZ Contracted Out: QTVY Specialist Group: SFG

J W Contract Services Ltd

Unit 6, Park Road Industrial Estate, Swanley, Kent BR8 8AH T: 01322 669921 E: jw@jwcontractservices.co.uk W: jwcontracservices.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2005 In-House: ABCEGHOS Contracted Out: ILMRTUVWZ Specialist Group: RACHP


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JC Watson

Unit 38, Thurrock Commercial Centre, Purfleet Industrial Park, Aveley, Essex RM15 4YA T: 0203 733 3050 E: info@jcwatson.co.uk W: jcwatson.co.uk Joined: 2018 In-House: ABCDE Specialist Group: RACHP

JCH London Ltd

154 Stonehouse Street, Clapham, London SW4 6BE T: 020 7622 0937 E: jack@jchlondon.co.uk W: jchlondon.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Joined: 2011 In-House: AGHILMOV Contracted Out: BQWXZ Specialist Group: HAPS, RACHP

Joe Storey and Assoc Ltd

123 Harris Way, Sunbury-On-Thames, Middlesex TW16 7EL T: 01932 780321 E: allan@jsaservice.com W: jsaservice.com Contract Size: 6 Joined: 1995 In-House: ABCS Specialist Group: RACHP

K KCE FM Ltd

12-17 Pepper Street, Glengall Bridge, London E14 9RP T: 020 7278 7997 E: callum.yates@kcefm.co.uk W: kcefm.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2002 In-House: ABGIMSUVWYZ Contracted Out: FJKLPQRTX Specialist Group: HAPS

Knightsbridge Property Services Ltd

Airport House, Purley Way, Croydon, Surrey CR0 0XZ T: 020 8253 4588 E: donna.shelley@kpsltd.co.uk W: knightsbridgeproperty.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2005 In-House: HLOZ Contracted Out: ABEGIMV Specialist Group: HAPS

Knightsbridge Building Services Ltd

Airport House, Purley Way, Croydon, Surrey CR0 0XZ T: 020 8253 4588 E: simon.cowdery@kpsltd.co.uk W: kpsltd.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2013 In-House: AGHIJLMOSVYZ Contracted Out: B

Kylemore Services Ltd

Stanmore Bus & Innovation Centre, Stanmore Place, Honeypot Lane, Stanmore, Middlesex HA7 1GB T: 020 8795 1083 E: michaelq@kylemore.co.uk W: kylemore.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2002 In-House: GHM Contracted Out: AIZ Specialist Group: HAPS

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LA Maintenance Ltd

Folkes Farm, Folkes Lane, Upminster, Essex RM14 1TH Tel: 01277 205046 Fax: 01277 205049 Email: lam@lamaintenance-ltd.co.uk Website: Under Construction We are a forward thinking, pro-active, customer focused business, delivering bespoke and BESA standard M&E maintenance services. We currently support a diverse customer base, predominantly in the commercial and high end residential sector, serving London and the South East. We are continuing to expand our business throughout London/South East, in a planned manner and with the delivery of successful projects and customer satisfaction as the forefront of our philosophy. Now in our fourth decade, we are continually complemented by our customers for our professionalism and high level of service.

Lewis Duct Clean Ltd

24 Hayes Street, Bromley, Kent BR2 7LD T: 0203 011 0234 E: tina@lewisductclean.co.uk W: lewisductclean.co.uk Contract Size: 3 Joined: 2009 In-House: CEIT Contracted Out: A Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Lorne Stewart PLC

Stewart House, Kenton Road, Harrow, Middlesex HA3 9TU T: 020 8732 2000 E: p.mathew@lornestewart.co.uk W: lornestewart.com Contract Size: 8 Joined: 1988 In-House: ABFGHIJKLMOPQUVWYZ Contracted Out: CDE Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Lorne Stewart Facilities Services

Lorne Stewart Services, Stewart House, Kenton Road, Harrow, Middlesex HA3 9TU T: 020 8732 2000 E: thomas.alexander@ lornestewart.co.uk W: lornestewart.com Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1988 In-House: ABJLOPSTZ Specialist Group: SFG

Southern Division, Stewart House, Kenton Road, Harrow, Middlesex HA3 9TU T: 020 8732 2000 E: lee.burgess@lornestewart.co.uk W: lornestewart.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Joined: 1988 In-House: ABEFGILMOPQUVWYZ Contracted Out: CDH Specialist Group: SFG

M Maracom Ltd

Unit 6, Alpine Way, London Industrial Park, Beckton E6 6LA T: 020 7987 8550 E: jo.horlick@maracom.co.uk W: maracom.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 1982 In-House: GMQUV Contracted Out: IWZ Specialist Group: SFG

Maze Engineering Ltd

67 Clerkenwell Road, Clerkenwell House, London EC1R 5BL T: 020 7421 4410 E: maze@maze-engineering.co.uk W: maze-engineering.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2005 In-House: ABGHI Contracted Out: CELPQRSTUVW

McDonald Brown Ltd

Units 11 & 12, Upminster Trading Park, Warley Street, Upminster RM14 3PJ T: 020 7511 8899 E: b.bones@mcdonaldbrownltd.co.uk W: mcdonaldbrownltd.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 1986 In-House: ABCGIMOSTV Specialist Group: SFG

MC-Squared Mechanical Services Ltd 220 Main Road, Romford, Essex RM2 5HS T: 01708 732700 E: rick@mcsltd.eu Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2015 In-House: ABEGHOS Contracted Out: CLM

Mechanical Services Ltd

Maracom Limited

Unit 6 Alpine Way London E6 6LA Tel: 020 7987 8550 Email: info@maracom.co.uk Website: www.maracom.co.uk Maracom Limited are a Commercial Heating Engineering company with a track record spanning more than 60 years, serving London, Essex, Kent and the Home Counties. Planned Preventative Maintenance, Combustion Services, Installation of Heating Plant & Systems, Reactive Work and Installations, Refractory Repairs & Stockists, Maintenance and Repairs, Insurance Survey Preparation plus a whole range of other services. With have a large range of repeat clients, which includes The Royal Household for which we hold the Royal Warrant to Her Majesty The Queen. We offer the best possible advice and competitive prices for all work, carried out by our directly employed, fully qualified engineers.

Mastercool Air Conditioning Specialists 220 Main Road, Romford, Essex RM2 5HA T: 01708 732700 E: rick@mastercool.co.uk W: mastercool.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2010 In-House: ABDEO Contracted Out: C Specialist Group: RACHP

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Merlin House, 606 Purley Way, Croydon, Surrey CR0 4RF T: 020 8681 8782 E: gerry@mechserv.co.uk W: mechserv.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2002 In-House: GIJMZ Contracted Out: ABCDEFKLOPQRSTUVWXY

Metropolitan Electrical Services Ltd

Unit 23 Greenwich Centre Business Park, 53 Norman Road, Greenwich, London SE10 9QF T: 020 8293 5582 / 0800 027 6501 E: michael.ballard@mservices.co.uk W: mservices.co.uk Contract Size: 1 Joined: 2016 In-House: ABEGTUZ

Michael J Lonsdale Ltd

Unit 1 Langley Quay, Waterside Drive, Langley, Slough, Berkshire SL3 6EY T: 01753 588750 E: mark.heath@michaellonsdale.com W: michaellonsdale.com Contract Size: 8 Joined: 1989 In-House: EG Cont'd Out: ABCDHJKOPQUWXYZ

Michael J Lonsdale Ltd

Unit 1 Langley Quay, Waterside Drive, Langley, Slough SL3 6EY T: 0845 241 6622 E: arthur.lander@michaellonsdale.com W: michalelonsdale.com Contract Size: 8 Joined: 1989 In-House: GHIJMOPQXZ Contracted Out: ABCDEFKLUVWY

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MLK Cleaning Services Ltd

4c Burleigh Parade, Southgate, LONDON, London N14 5AD T: 07883 525872 E: mlkcleaningservices@yahoo.co.uk W: extract-clean.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Joined: 2014 In-House: ET Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Orlanix Ltd

21 - 23 Oakdene Road, Redhill, Surrey RH1 6BT T: 01737 763999 E: robert.mclean@orlanix.com W: orlanix.com Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2005 In-House: IUZ Specialist Group: SFG

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Phoenix ME Ltd

440 Larkshall Road, Highams Park, Chingford, London E4 9HH T: 020 8523 3103 E: info@ncsplumbing.co.uk W: ncsplumbing.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 1989 In-House: DEGHIJLMOPRSTVWYZ Contracted Out: ABCQU Specialist Group: HAPS, SFG

Central House, 25 Camperdown St, London E1 8DZ T: 020 7422 1900 E: colinmint@phoenixme.co.uk W: phoenixelectrical.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2009 In-House: GHIMOVZ Cont'd Out: ABCDEJLPQSTUWXY

N G Bailey Ltd

10th 11th Floor, 20 Farringdon Street, London EC4A 4AB T: 020 7843 0200 E: Steve.Campbell@ngbailey.co.uk W: ngbailey.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Joined: 1983 In-House: GIJKMOPQSUVXZ Contracted Out: CDEFHLTWY

N G Bailey Ltd

Unit 14-16 Theale Lakes Business Park, Moulden Way, Sulhamstead, Reading, Berkshire RG7 4GB T: 0118 930 1300 E: Robert.Featherstone@ngbailey.co.uk W: baileymaintenance.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Joined: 1983 In-House: ABFGHIKMOSUVYZ Contracted Out: CDETWX Specialist Group: SFG

NBC (Air Conditioning) Ltd Installation & Service Office, 117a Darnley Road, Gravesend, Kent DA11 0SH T: 01474 322889 E: jason@nbcairconditioning.co.uk W: nbcairconditioning.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Joined: 2006 In-House: ABGOSZ Specialist Group: RACHP

O Oakray Ltd

Glasgow Stud, Burnt Farm Ride, Enfield, Middlesex EN2 9DY T: 020 8370 4500 E: wayne.dejager@oakrays.co.uk W: oakrays.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2002 In-House: EGHKLMOPQSVWXZ Contracted Out: ABCDFITUY

Onyx Services Group Ltd 56 Marsh Wall, London E14 9TP T: 020 7205 2126 E: h.rahman@onyxservices.co.uk W: onyxservices.co.uk Joined: 2017 In-House: EST

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Phoenix ME Ltd

25 Camperdown Street, London, E1 8DZ Tel: 020 7422 1900 Email: enquiry@phoenixme.co.uk Website: www.phoenixme.co.uk Phoenix are an established market leader providing the design, installation and commissioning of mechanical and electrical systems to numerous work sectors including; commercial offices, banking establishments, data centres, education and government buildings. Our project experience ranges from £1M - £50M, covering the full range of services and distribution systems required for a wide range of varied building solutions. Our values are underpinned by our commitment to health & safety, consistent outstanding performance and the highest quality of delivery within a collaborative approach providing client focus and satisfaction.

Principle Property Services 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 541 625 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.

Pilon Ltd

The Columbia Centre, Station Road, Bracknell, Berkshire RG12 1LP T: 01344 206800 E: marketing@pilon.co.uk W: pilon.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Joined: 2010 In-House: H Contracted Out: O Specialist Group: HAPS

Penine House, 28 Leman Street, London E1 8ER T: 020 7702 4084 E: robert.firth@ppsmaintenance.co.uk W: ppsmaintenance.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2008 In-House: ABSZ Contracted Out: ILTUVWY Specialist Group: SFG

Propertyserve Building Solutions Ltd

Fagnall Barns, Fagnall Lane, Winchmore Hill, Amersham, Bucks HP7 0PQ T: 0333 222 4462 E: stuart.cavanagh@ propertyserveuk.com W: propertyserve.net Contract Size: 6 Joined: 1991 In-House: ASW Contracted Out: BCEFGLMRTUVYZ Specialist Group: SFG

Purified Air Ltd

Lyon House, Lyon Road, Romford, Essex RM1 2BG T: 01708 755414 E: chris@purifiedair.com W: purifiedair.com Joined: 2018 In-House: CDE Specialist Group: SFG

Q Quintex Systems Ltd

8 Ivanhoe Road, Hogwood Ind Est, Finchampstead, Berkshire RG40 4QQ T: 0118 973 9310 E: Emma.Brooks@quintex.co.uk W: quintex.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2014 In-House: EFU Specialist Group: SFG, VHB, VG

Platinum Facilities & Maintenance Services Ltd

Quotehedge Ltd

20 St Dunstan Hill, London EC3R 8HL T: 0203 985 6745 E: edward.gee@pfms.co.uk W: pfms.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2006 In-House: ABFGIMSUVWZ Contracted Out: CDEJKLOPQRTXY Specialist Group: SFG

182 Revelstoke Road, Wandsworth, London SW18 5NW T: 020 8944 6990 E: info@quotehedge-heating.co.uk W: quotehedge-heating.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Joined: 1989 In-House: GHIMSW Cont'd Out: ACDEFKLOPQRTUXYZ

Polyteck Building Services Ltd

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Polyteck House, 143 Leman Street, London, London E1 8EY T: 020 7481 0222 E: costas@polyteck.co.uk W: polyteck.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Joined: 2011 In-House: ABGHIJKLMOPQRSTUVWYZ Contracted Out: CDEFX Specialist Group: SFG

Premier Mechanical Installations Ltd

Premier House, Unit 135 Clock Tower Road, Harrow, Isleworth, Middlesex TW7 6DT T: 020 8560 7419 E: dan@pmi-ltd.co.uk W: pmi-ltd.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2009 In-House: GIJKMOPQX

RDS

Commerce House, 1 Raven Road, South Woodford, London E18 1HB T: 020 8270 8877 E: lisa@rdsprojects.co.uk W: rdsprojects.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2008 In-House: CDE Contracted Out: AB Specialist Group: VG

Ream Contracts Ltd

Unit 4, Merlin House, 2 West Road, Harlow, Essex CM20 2GB T: 01279 881857 E: lee@reamcontracts.com W: reamcontracts.com Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2009 In-House: GHIJMOSVZ Cont'd Out: ABCDEFKLPQRTUWXY


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Rodgers Mechanical Services 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 65 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

REL Building Services Ltd

Unit 3 Twelvetrees Bus's Park, Twelvetrees Crescent, London E3 3JQ T: 020 7515 5154 E: dave.taylor@rel.uk.com W: relbuildingservices.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2013 In-House: GHLMOZ Cont'd Out: ABCDEFIJKPQRUVWXY Specialist Group: HAPS

88 Wood Street, 10th Floor Barbican, London EC2V 7RS T: 020 8528 1000 E: martin@rodgersmechanical.com W: rodgersmechanical.com Contract Size: 1 Joined: 2018 In-House: AEH

Rotary Southern Ltd

Rotary House, Breakspear Road, Ruislip, Middlesex HA4 7ST T: 01895 674264 E: Len.Quy@rotarygroup.com W: hastieggroup.company/ rotarygroupunitedkingdom Contract Size: 8 Joined: 1981 In-House: GHIJMPVXZ Cont'd Out: ABCEFKLOQRUWY

S Saker Controls Ltd

Unit 5 Bicester Business Park, Telford Road, Bicester, Oxfordshire OX26 4LN T: 01869 247147 E: becci@sakeruk.com W: sakeruk.com Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2004 In-House: S Specialist Group: SFG

SAM Maintenance Ltd

66 Ramsden Road, Orpington BR5 4LT E: sammaintenance@hotmail.co.uk Joined: 2019 In-House: T

SES (Engineering Services) Ltd

One Euston Square, 40 Melton Street, London NW1 2FD T: 020 7380 1800 E: aphillips@wates.org W: ses-ltd.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Joined: 1976 In-House: ABCDEGHIMOSTV Contracted Out: FJKLPQUWXYZ

Shelbourne Letheby & Co Ltd

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.

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154 New Kings Road, Fulham, London SW6 4LZ T: 020 77364211 E: shelbournelethe@aol.com Contract Size: 2 Joined: 1957 In-House: GHIMV Specialist Group: HAPS

Silverlife Ltd

124 Cornwall Road, London SE1 8TQ T: 020 7902 1952 E: sarah@silverlife.co.uk W: silverlife.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2008 In-House: GHIJZ Cont'd Out: ABCDELMOPQSTUVWXY Specialist Group: HAPS, RACHP, SFG

Skanska Rashleigh Weatherfoil Ltd

Maple Cross House, Denham Way, Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire WD3 9SW T: 01923 722700 E: Pauline.Cova@skanska.co.uk W: skanska.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Joined: 1947 In-House: IJKOPQSX Cont'd Out: ABCDEFGHLMRTUVWYZ Specialist Group: SFG

Solatherm Ltd

Unit C016, 89 Bickersteth Road, London SW17 9SH T: 020 8682 1005 E: ben@solatherm.org.uk W: solatherm.org.uk Joined: 2019 In-House: AGMS Specialist Group: RACHP

Southern Mechanical Services Ltd

85 Gloucester Road, Croydon, Surrey CR0 2DN T: 020 8689 2950 E: info@sipsgroup.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2010 In-House: ABGHIJKLMOQVX Contracted Out: CDENRTUWYZ

Sovereign FM Ltd

Ground Floor, 34 Southwark Bridge Road, London SE1 9EU T: 020 7202 2640 W: sovereignfm.org Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2001 In-House: ABEGJLMOZ Contracted Out: FRTUWY Specialist Group: SFG

Sowga Ltd

Units 1 & 2, Broomers Hill Park, Codmore Hill, Pulborough, West Sussex RH20 2RY T: 0844 770 3190 E: aaron@sowga.co.uk W: sowga.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2013 In-House: ABGLMOSUWYZ Contracted Out: CET Specialist Group: SFG

Spie Ltd

2nd Floor, 33 Gracechurch Street, London EC3V 0BT T: 020 7105 2300 E: george.adams@spie.com W: spieuk.com Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1965 In-House: AGIS Specialist Group: SFG

SSE Contracting Ltd

Bourne Valley Road, Branksome, Poole, Hampshire BH12 1YT T: 01202 784966 E: mark.thomas@ssecontracting.com W: ssecontracting.com Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2013 In-House: BGHJMOQXZ Contracted Out: CE Specialist Group: SFG

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Staward Engineering Ltd

189a Livingstone Road, Thornton Heath, Surrey CR7 8JZ T: 020 8771 7377 E: staward@btconnect.com W: stawardengineering.com Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2000 In-House: HJOQ Contracted Out: ACEGIMTUVWYZ

Swiftclean Building Services

Compliance House, Aviation Way, Southend-On-Sea, Essex SS2 6UN T: 0800 243 471 E: g.nicholls@swiftclean.co.uk W: swiftclean.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1996 In-House: TW Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Swiftline Engineering Ltd 67 Clerkenwell Road, London EC1R 5BL T: 020 8452 4080 E: accounts@swiftline.co.uk W: swiftline.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2003 In-House: ABCEGIMOVYZ

Sykes & Son Ltd

42 Essex Street, London WC2R 3JF T: 020 7353 9651 E: dlarken@sykes1759.co.uk W: sykesandsonltd.com Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2009 In-House: ABGIJMOSZ Cont'd Out: CDEFKLQTUVWXY Specialist Group: SFG

T T Clarke PLC

45 Moorfields, London EC2Y 9AE T: 020 7997 7400 E: Mick.Jobling@tclarke.co.uk W: tclarke.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Joined: 1999 In-House: ABCEGHILMOPQUVWXZ Contracted Out: D

T Clarke Contracting Ltd

F1 St George Business Park, Castle Road, Sittingbourne, Kent ME10 3TB T: 01795 432725 E: julie.kemsley@tclarke.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Joined: 2012 In-House: Z Contracted Out: GM

T Clarke Contracting Ltd

Tenter House, 45 Moorfields, London EC2Y 9AE T: 020 7997 7550 E: sara.wilson@tclarke.co.uk W: tclarke.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Joined: 2009 In-House: GIJKMPQXYZ Cont'd Out: ABCDEFLORTUVW

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TDK Mechanical Services (UK) Ltd

Unit 44 Metropolitan Centre, 8 Norwich Road, Greenford, Middlesex UB6 8UB T: 020 7482 5278 E: john@tdk-mes-london.co.uk W: tdk-mes-london.co.uk Joined: 2016 In-House: ABCDEGHIJKLMOPQRSTUVWXYZ Specialist Group: HAPS

The Beaver Co Ltd

968 North Circular Road, Cricklewood, London NW2 7UZ T: 020 8208 1839 E: peter.blanden@thebeaverco.com W: thebeaverco.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 1987 In-House: GHILMOSV Contracted Out: UZ

The Electrical & Plumbing Co Ltd

Peep House, 7 Back Lane, Chadwell Heath, Romford, Essex RM6 4BP T: 020 8597 1811 E: accounts@epcobsv.co.uk W: epcobsv.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1998 In-House: CDEGHILOSVZ Contracted Out: AMTUWY Specialist Group: SFG

TRS Ltd

Unit 2 Swan Business Park, Sandpit Road, Dartford, Kent DA1 5ED T: 0845 224 9000 E: john.kilgannon@trs.ltd.uk W: trs.ltd.uk. Contract Size: 4 Joined: 2009 In-House: ABGHIJMOSUVZ Cont'd Out: CDEFKLPQRTWXY Specialist Group: SFG

TWO Services Ltd

Unit B02, Poplar Business Park, Prestons Road, London E14 9RL T: 020 7399 3242 E: george@two-services.com Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2006 In-House: ST Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

V PO Box 67, 23 Cadbury Road, Sunbury on Thames, Middlesex TW16 7YF T: 01932 789010 E: juliew@vantage-facilities.co.uk W: vantagefacilities.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Joined: 2004 In-House: ABGHLMOSUVZ Cont'd Out: CDEFIJKPQRTWXY Specialist Group: SFG

Vantage Facilities Ltd

TRS operates in the Facilities Management, Construction and Rail sectors. The company was established in 1980. Whether itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;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.

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Vital Energi Utilities Ltd

2nd Floor, 14-18 Holborn, London EC1N 2LE T: 020 3857 9710 E: lisa.martin@vitalenergi.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Joined: 2002 In-House: GIKMOQSVX Contracted Out: RUWZ

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TRS Ltd

21 Oakwood Hill Industrial Estate, Loughton, Essex IG10 3TZ T: 020 8508 8420 E: paul.ogrady@vertexltd.co.uk W: vertexltd.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2006 In-House: ABFGMOPSUYZ Contracted Out: CEJTVWX Specialist Group: SFG

Vantage Facilities Ltd

85 Gloucester Road, Croydon, Surrey CR0 2DN T: 020 8689 2950 E: rayaustin@sipsgroup.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2002 In-House: GILMUVWXZ

Unit 2, Swan Business Park Sandpit Road, Dartford Kent DA1 5ED Tel: 0845 224 9000 Email: john.kilgannon@trs.ltd.uk Website: www.trs.ltd.uk

Vertex Services Group Ltd

PO BOX 67, Sunbury-On-Thames Middlesex TW16 7YF 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.

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 ÂŁ1 million in value throughout London and the Home Counties. We design and manufacture bespoke ventilation solutions including stainless steel extract canopies.

Watret & Co. Ltd

65-67 Park St, St Albans, Hertfordshire AL2 2PE Tel: 01727 873 765 Email: gascontracts@watret.co.uk Website: www.watret.co.uk Watret and Co has provided heating services since 1971 and we pride ourselves on continually developing our services and adapting to changes within the industry. Our mission is to deliver an efficient, high quality heating service with the minimum of fuss and inconvenience. We offer solutions across Domestic and Commercial systems, by providing real engineering expertise and straightforward communication via a direct workforce who genuinely want to help. We provide complete contract management via our skilled Management Team who are able to provide contract delivery from start to finish working with all stakeholders.

Weldatube Mechanical Services Ltd

187 Edward Place, Deptford, London SE8 5HD T: 020 8691 5875 E: info@keepingcool.co.uk W: keepingcool.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 1970 In-House: ABCEGIOS Cont'd Out: DFJKLMPQRTUVWXYZ Specialist Group: VG

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.

Woodford Heating & Energy Ltd

First Floor, Oakwood House, Oakwood Industrial Estate, Loughton, Essex IG10 3TZ T: 020 8531 0004 E: cfahy@woodfordheating.com W: woodfordheating.com Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2000 In-House: ABDEGHIJLMORSTWXYZ Contracted Out: KPQUV


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Air conditioning Refrigeration F gas Ductwork - Sheet metal Ductwork - Plastics Local exhaust & kitchen ventilation & maintenance F Indoor air quality G Commercial heating & plumbing H Domestic heating, plumbing, service & maintenance Design & build I J Pipework/hot tapping/ pipe Freezing K Offsite prefabrication L Underfloor heating M C/I gas fitting N Ability to sub-contract O Renewables (Wind, Solar, Biomass, CHP, H/P etc) P Industrial process pipework Q Offsite prefabricated pipework R Thermal/sound insulation S Facilities services T Ductwork cleaning & vent hygiene U Automatic control system V Commissioning/performance testing W Water treatment X Lloyds class 1 welding Y Fire protection engineering Z Electrical contracting

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

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Commercial Maintenance Services UK Ltd

Tyne House, Temple Street, Gateshead, Tyne & Wear NE10 0HN T: 0191 495 0741 E: steve@cmsltd.uk.net W: cmsltd.uk.net Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2005 In-House: ABCDEGHILMOTVWZ Specialist Group: SFG

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A Ambient HVAC

14-17 The Old Offices, Urlay Nook Road, Eaglescliffe, Stockton on Tees, Cleveland TS16 0LA T: 0845 2020 233 E: ross@ambienthvac.co.uk W: ambientair.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2007 In-House: ABEIOSTV Specialist Group: RACHP

B Balfour Beatty Kilpatrick

Thermal Road, Bromborough, Birkinhead, Wirral CH62 4YB T: 0191 293 6406 E: les.higham@balfourbeatty.com W: balfourbeatty.com Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2009 In-House: GIJMOPQXZ Contracted Out: ABCDELSTUVWY Specialist Group: SFG, VG

C Clean Sweep (North East) Ltd

Unit 4, Contract House, Wellington Road, Dunston, Gateshead NE11 9HS T: 0191 236 2809 E: alan@cleansweepgroup.co.uk W: cleansweepgroup.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2014 In-House: EST Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Enviro Duct Cleaning

Office 2A Comet Row, Newcastle upon Tyne NE12 6DU T: 0191 213 6357 E: adminne@enviroductcleaning.co.uk W: enviro-group.eu Contract Size: 1 Joined: 2018 In-House: T

ESH Construction Ltd

21 Degrees Ltd

Unit 10, Apollo Court, Monkton Business Park, Hebburn, Tyne & Wear NE31 2ES T: 0191 545 0545 E: steve@21-degrees.co.uk W: 21-degrees.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2007 In-House: ABCDEIOSTV Contracted Out: L Specialist Group: RACHP

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DCUK FM

1 Woodfield Road, Welwyn Garden City Hertfordshire AL7 1JQ Tel: 0330 124 5671 Email: info@dcukfm.com Website: www.dcukfm.com DCUKFM are leading experts in; • Ductwork Cleaning • Kitchen Extract Cleaning • General Ventilation Cleaning • Ventilation Surveys • Fire Damper Checks & Maintenance • Ventilation Fire Risk Assessments • Social Housing Ventilation • BESA Accredited Training • Inspecting & Testing of LEV Systems • Ventilation CCTV Surveys • TR19 Compliance Surveys • Licenced Decontamination of Ductwork Systems • Operating Theatre Ventilation Cleaning • Qualified Fire Risk Assessors • Asbestos Removal • Building Refurbishment Nationwide – various regional offices DCUK FM: The country’s leading ventilation hygiene, ductwork cleaning and asbestos remediation specialists

Direct Services

St John's Road, Meadowfield Industrial Estate, Meadowfield, Durham DH7 8XQ T: 0300 026 9131 E: anthony.shale2@durham.gov.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2003 In-House: GIMOSVW Specialist Group: SFG

Durham Air Conditioning Ltd

Esh House, Bowburn North Industrial Estate, Bowburn, Durham, Northumberland DH6 5PF T: 01670 700150 E: Nicky.Hayes@esh.uk.com W: eshgroup.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2013 In-House: GHMSZ Contracted Out: ABCDEFIJKLOPQRTUVWXY Specialist Group: SFG

Eurovent Purifying Systems UK Ltd

Unit 5 Ninth Avenue East, Team Valley Trading Estate, Gateshead, Tyne & Wear NE11 0EJ T: 0191 487 2287 E: mbone@eurovent.net W: eurovent.net Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2008 In-House: ACDET Contracted Out: I Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

G Geoffrey Robinson Ltd

Macklin Avenue, Cowpen Industrial Estate, Billingham, Cleveland TS23 4ET T: 01642 370500 E: nr@geoffreyrobinson.co.uk W: geoffreyrobinson.ltd.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1975 In-House: CDEGIMOPQSTXZ Contracted Out: ABLUW Specialist Group: SFG

H H Malone & Sons Ltd

Gosforth Industrial Estate, Newcastle Upon Tyne NE3 1XL T: 0191 285 1176 E: enquiries@hmalone.co.uk W: hmalone.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1965 In-House: DEGHJKLMOPQSWX Contracted Out: CFIRTUVYZ

1 Rosebay Road, Littleburn Industrial Estate, Langley Moor, Durham DH7 8HJ T: 0191 378 4363 E: keith@durhamaircon.co.uk W: durhamairconditioning.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2008 In-House: ABIOV Specialist Group: RACHP

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H Malone & Sons Ltd

Gosforth Industrial Estate, Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne & Wear NE3 1XL Tel: 0191 2851176 Email: enquiries@hmalone.co.uk Website: www.hmalone.co.uk H Malone & Sons Ltd was established in 1926 to carry out M&E installations for clients in the private and public sectors. We have extensive experience in providing M&E installations for a diverse range of projects, from small works and maintenance to full building restorations and new build commercial & residential properties. We have a strong management team adept at planning, developing, costing and delivering the most challenging projects. Our directly employed workforce, backed by an award winning training and development programme, is capable of dealing with any task with confidence and enthusiasm. We are ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and ISO 45001 accredited.

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Kennedy Services Ltd

Norstead Ltd

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Northern Hygiene Ltd

Suite 24, Gear Hse, Saltmeadows Rd, Gateshead, Tyne & Wear NE8 3AH T: 0845 862 3330 E: lee@hillstarbm.co.uk W: hillstarbuildingmanagement.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2012 In-House: ABEGHLMST Cont'd Out: CDFIJKOPQUVWXYZ

Communications House, Brunswick Industrial Estate, Newcastle upon Tyne NE13 7BA T: 0191 236 6023 E: jackie@hyperklean.co.uk W: hyperklean.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Joined: 2008 In-House: T Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

I Imtech Engineering Services North Ltd

Swallow House, Parsons Road, Washington, Tyne & Wear NE37 1EZ T: 0191 4157007 E: paul.hoy@imtechnorth.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Joined: 1995 Specialist Group: SFG

Imtech Inviron Ltd

Facilities Management and Service, Swallow House, Parsons Road, Washington, Tyne & Wear NE37 1EZ T: 0191 415 7126 E: lesley.jeynes@imtechinviron.co.uk W: inviron.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 1983 Specialist Group: SFG

K Hillstar Building Management Ltd

Suite 24, Gear House, Saltmeadows Road Gateshead NE8 3AH Tel: 0191 4661446 Email: info@hillstarbm.co.uk Web: www.hillstarbuildingmanagement.co.uk We are a strongly established and well respected, relationship orientated organisation. We maintain large shopping malls, hotels, industrial warehousing, offices, restaurants and we also cater for the care industry. Our aim is to simply grow on our already good and solid foundations as an honest, service orientated and reliable business partner. Our business has grown year on year through a network of positive recommendation from clients and existing business partners who appreciate our absolute enthusiasm and caring attitude. • Heating & Gas Services • Mechanical & Electrical Service • Fire Alarm & Emergency lighting • Plumbing • Catering Equipment • Air Conditioning

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Leybourne Urwin Ltd

Cramar House, Tanfield Lea Industrial Estate, Stanley, County Durham DH9 9QT T: 01207 232588 E: chris.urwin@lurwin.co.uk W: lurwin.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1968 In-House: ABCDFGHIJKLMOPQRUVWYZ Contracted Out: ESTX Specialist Group: HAPS

Lorne Stewart PLC

Stewart House, Wynyard Park Business Village, Chapell Lane, Wynyard Park, Teeside TS22 5FG T: 01740 665544 E: Tom.McLaughlin@ lornestewart.co.uk W: lornestewart.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Joined: 1988 In-House: DEGHIKMOPSW Contracted Out: ABCFJLQTUVXYZ Specialist Group: SFG

M Maval Electrical & Mechanical Engineering Co 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.

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Alexander House, Glen Terrace, Robinson Terrace, Washington, Tyne and Wear NE38 7BD T: 0191 416 2544 E: alan.atkinson@ kennedyservicesltd.co.uk Contract Size: 1 Joined: 2015 In-House: CGS Contracted Out: AET

Skippers Lane, Skippers Lane Industrial Estate, South Bank, Middlesborough TS6 6HA T: 01642 455101 E: darren.trotter@maval.co.uk W: maval.co.uk Contract Size: 1 Joined: 2015 In-House: GHIMSZ Contracted Out: AFKLOPRTUXY Specialist Group: HAPS

N N G Bailey Ltd

Thames House, Mandale B'ness Park, Belmont, Durham DH1 1TH T: 0113 234 3443 E: jon.crank@ngbailey.co.uk W: ngbailey.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Joined: 1983 In-House: GIJKMOQSUVXZ Contracted Out: CDEFHLPTWY Specialist Group: SFG

Victory Houe, Balliol Business Park, Newcastle Upon Tyne NE12 8EW T: 0191 268 4000 E: wthoburn@norstead.co.uk W: norstead.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1994 In-House: GHMOYZ Cont'd Out: ABCDEFIJKLPQRSTUVWX Specialist Group: SFG

31 Bollihope Drive, Silksworth, Sunderland, Tyne & Wear SR3 1PJ T: 0191 522 6323 E: northernhygieneltd@yahoo.co.uk W: northernhygieneltd.com Contract Size: 4 Joined: 2013 In-House: T Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Northern Ventilation Services Ltd

Planet Place, George Stephenson Industrial Estate, Killingworth, Newcastle Upon Tyne, Tyne & Wear NE12 6EF T: 0191 216 1212 E: eddie@northernventilation.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Joined: 2013 In-House: CDEFT Specialist Group: VG

O Opus Building Services Ltd Unit 7, Boldon Court, Boldon Business Park, Boldon, Tyne & Wear NE35 9LZ T: 0191 546 1000 E: gavin.richardson@opusbsl.co.uk W: opusbuildingservices.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2008 In-House: ACGUZ

P Partners in Hygiene Ltd

Goosepool House, Over Dinsdale, Darlington, Durham DL2 1PW T: 01325 335000 E: peterbarker@ partnersinhygiene.co.uk W: partnersinhygiene.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2013 In-House: EST Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Protherm (UK) Ltd

Infinity House, Sotherby Road, Middlesborough, Stockton on Tees TS3 8BT T: 01642 675755 E: tim.kilvington@prothermuk.co.uk W: prothermuk.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 1996 In-House: CDY Specialist Group: VG


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Quartz Electrical & Mechanical Services Ltd

Brighouse Business Village, Riverside Park Industrial Estate, Middlesbrough, North Yorkshire TS2 1RT T: 01642 244411 E: darren@quartz-northeast.co.uk W: quartz-northeast.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1998 In-House: GHIJMPQSZ Cont'd Out: ABCDEFKLORTUVWXY

R R Arnott & Sons Ltd

Unit 6, Barrington Business Park, Locomotion Way, Newcastle Upon Tyne, Northumberland NE12 5UR T: 01670 590006 E: james@rarnottandsons.com Contract Size: 5 Joined: 1964 In-House: GHIJMOPQSW Contracted Out: ABCDELRTUYZ

R M Myers & Co Ltd

Unit A, Rennys Lane, Durham DH1 2RB T: 0191 384 6600 E: kevin@rmmyers.co.uk W: rmmyers.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 1993 In-House: GHKMOPQ Contracted Out: ACDEFILUVWXYZ Specialist Group: HAPS

62-66, Bridge Street, Blyth, Northumberland NE24 2AP T: 01670 352196 E: jim.mcglen@robertkirkland.co.uk W: robertkirkland.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1964 In-House: GHJMQ Cont'd Out: ABCDEIKLOPRSTUVWXYZ Specialist Group: HAPS

62-66 Bridge Street Blyth, Northumberland NE24 2AP Tel: 01670 352196 Email: info@r-kirkland.co.uk Website: www.robertkirkland.co.uk

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. 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. 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.

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Roflow 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

6 Hanlon Court, Royal Industrial Estate, Jarrow, Tyne & Wear NE32 3HR T: 0191 428 2227 E: p.scorer@roflow.co.uk W: roflow.com Contract Size: 6 Joined: 1999 In-House: CDEFGIJKVX Contracted Out: ABLOPQTUWYZ Specialist Group: VG

Plumbing, heating, mechanical engineering, industrial, commercial, domestic gas, LPG, oil, Steel fabrication, pipework, welding.

S SES (Engineering Services) Ltd

Centre for Advanced Industry, Coble Dene, Royal Quays, North Shields, Tyne & Wear NE29 6DE T: 0191 258 6627 E: sjoyce@ses-ltd.co.uk W: ses-ltd.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Joined: 1976 In-House: ACDEFGHIJKLMOPQSTUVWXYZ Contracted Out: BR

T T Clarke Contracting Ltd

Robert Kirkland (Blyth) Ltd

Vaughan Engineering Services Limited

Hunter House, 17-19 Byron Street, Newcastle upon Tyne NE2 1XH T: 0191 261 2727 E: eamonn.rourke@tclarke.co.uk Joined: 2017 In-House: ABCEGHILMOPQUVWXZ Contracted Out: D

T W Steam & Heating Services Ltd

Unit No 7 and 8b, Renny's Lane, Dragonville Industrial Estate, Durham DH1 2RS T: 0191 384 1400 E: twsteam@btconnect.com W: twsteam.co.uk Contract Size: 2 Joined: 1980 In-House: GHJM Specialist Group: HAPS

14 Blue Sky Way, Monkton Business Park South, Hebburn, Tyne & Wear NE31 2EQ T: 0191 495 2777 E: phil.mcguire@vaughan-group.co.uk W: vaughan-group.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Joined: 1994 In-House: GM Contracted Out: IOV

Ventilation Hygiene Specialists Ltd

Infinity House, Sotherby Road, Middlesbrough, Stockton on Tees TS3 8BT T: 01642 927010 E: info@vhs.uk.com W: vhs.uk.com Contract Size: 3 Joined: 2013 In-House: ETY Contracted Out: A Specialist Group: VG

Twin Services Ltd

9 Bowesfield Crescent, Stockton-On-Tees, Cleveland TS18 3BL T: 01642 606067 E: peter@twinservices.co.uk W: twinservices.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 1985 In-House: GHIMOSVW Cont'd Out: ABCDEFJKLPQRTUXYZ

U UK Commercial Cleaning Solutions Ltd

14 Octavian Way, Team Valley Trading Estate, Gateshead, Tyne and Wear NE11 0HZ T: 0800 032 9533 E: info@uk-cc.co.uk W: uk-cc.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2014 In-House: CDEHST Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Upnorth Engineering Services Ltd

Merlin House, Prince Park, Prince Way, Team Valley Trading Est, Gateshead, Tyne & Wear NE11 0NF T: 0191 414 2882 E: stewart.grierson@ upnorthgroup.com W: upnorth-group.com Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2007 In-House: ABEGIJMOSVZ Contracted Out: CLPQTUWXY Specialist Group: RACHP

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Altertherm Air Conditioning Ltd

Chapel House, Brickbridge Lane, Marple, Cheshire SK6 7BQ T: 0161 426 1350 E: stuart@altertherm.com W: altertherm.com Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2006 In-House: ACI

Ameon Ltd www.thebesa.com/ find-a-besa-member BESA provides a free online search service 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 C Air Systems Ltd

Newburgh Building, Selby Place, Stanley Business Estate, Skelmersdale, Lancashire WN8 8EF T: 01695 722066 E: lou@acairsys.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2008 In-House: ABS Specialist Group: RACHP

ACS (UK) Group Ltd

9 West Bank, Chorley PR7 1JF T: 01942 859116 E: info@acsuk.co.uk W: acsuk.co.uk Joined: 2017 In-House: AST

Advanced Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Ltd

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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 & above

Unit 19, Elm Court, Newbridge Road, Ellesmere Port, Cheshire CH65 4LY T: 0151 356 5337 E: info@advanair.co.uk W: advanair.co.uk Contract Size: 3 Joined: 2002 In-House: ABIOSTV Specialist Group: RACHP

Airtech Cooling Services Ltd A B C D E

Air conditioning Refrigeration F gas Ductwork - Sheet metal Ductwork - Plastics Local exhaust & kitchen ventilation & maintenance F Indoor air quality G Commercial heating & plumbing H Domestic heating, plumbing, service & maintenance Design & build I J Pipework/hot tapping/ pipe Freezing K Offsite prefabrication L Underfloor heating M C/I gas fitting N Ability to sub-contract O Renewables (Wind, Solar, Biomass, CHP, H/P etc) P Industrial process pipework Q Offsite prefabricated pipework R Thermal/sound insulation S Facilities services T Ductwork cleaning & vent hygiene U Automatic control system V Commissioning/performance testing W Water treatment X Lloyds class 1 welding Y Fire protection engineering Z Electrical contracting

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

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91 Harris Drive, Bootle, Merseyside L20 6LF T: 0151 933 0023 E: pmallon@airtechuk.com W: airtechuk.com Contract Size: 5 Joined: 1998 In-House: ABG Contracted Out: CDEORTUW Specialist Group: RACHP

Allcool (NW) Ltd

Unit 6 Wyrefields, Wyrefields, Poulton le Fylde Business Park, Poulton le Fylde, Lancashire FY6 8JX T: 01253 893649 E: lisa@allcoolnw.co.uk W: allcoolnw.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Joined: 2012 In-House: ABO Contracted Out: IV Specialist Group: RACHP

Allied Pipefreezing Services Ltd

Unit 2 Caroline Court, Billington Road, Burnley, Lancashire BB11 5UB T: 01282 410240 E: info@alliedpipefreezing.co.uk W: alliedpipefreezing.co.uk Contract Size: 1 Joined: 2017 In-House: GJ Specialist Group: SFG

Units 9-10 Olympic Court, Boardmans Way, Whitehills Business Park, Blackpool, Lancashire FY4 5GU T: 01253 760160 E: rlawson@ameon.co.uk W: ameon.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Joined: 1996 In-House: ABCDEGHIKLMOPSZ Contracted Out: FQRTUWXY

Andrews Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Ltd Stonepail Court, Stonepail Road, Manchester SK8 4EX T: 0800 731 8833 E: helen.parr@andrews-sykes.com W: airconditioningservices.com Contract Size: 5 Joined: 1993 In-House: AS Contracted Out: C Specialist Group: SFG

Askew Refrigeration Services Ltd

Calderbank Mill, Greenfield Road, Colne, Lancashire BB8 9PD T: 01282 863825 E: james@askewsltd.com W: askewsltd.com Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2005 In-House: ABCEGHIMOSTUV Contracted Out: WZ Specialist Group: RACHP

Assured Cleaning Services Ltd

Unit A4, Anchorage Business Park, Chain Caul Way, Preston, Lancashire PR2 2YL T: 01772 728244 E: nickjordan@assuredcleaning.co.uk W: assuredcleaning.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2008 In-House: AEFT Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Atherton & Partners Ltd

Grange House, 19-21 Grange Mount, Birkenhead, Wirral CH43 4XN T: 0151 670 0666 E: brian@athertonandpartners.co.uk W: athertonandpartners.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2001 In-House: GHIMOZ Contracted Out: ABCDELRUVW Specialist Group: HAPS

B Balfour Beatty Kilpatrick

5000 Lakeside, Cheadle Royal Business Park, Cheadle, Manchester SK8 3AX T: 0161 741 6100 E: sarah.brady@balfourbeatty.com W: balfourbeatty.com Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2009 In-House: GIJMOPQXZ Contracted Out: ABCDELSTUVWY Specialist Group: SFG, VG

Bay Building Services Ltd

Unit 16C, Middlegate, White Lund Industrial Estate, Morecambe, Lancashire LA3 3BN T: 01524 37385 E: matt@baybuildingservices.co.uk W: baybuildingservices.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2008 In-House: GHJM Contracted Out: ABCDEFIKLOPQRSTUVWXYZ

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 T: 01706 878330 E: service@betagroupltd.com W: betagroupltd.com Contract Size: 2 Joined: 1996 In-House: GMSWZ Specialist Group: SFG


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Blue Cooling Ltd

Whinfell Business Park, Longpool, Kendal, Cumbria LA9 6ER T: 01539 724741 E: adrian@bluecooling.co.uk W: bluecooling.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2009 In-House: ABIOS Specialist Group: RACHP

Boulting Environmental Services Ltd

Maple House, Sandbrook B'ness Park, Rochdale OL11 1LQ T: 0161 655 3344 E: stevemarsh@besltd.org W: besltd.org Contract Size: 8 Joined: 2008 In-House: EGIJKMOPVX Cont'd Out: ABCDLNQRTUWYZ

Briggs & Forrester Engineering Services Ltd

Cinnabar Court, 6200 Daresbury Park, Daresbury, Warrington WA4 4GE T: 01928 798279 E: martin.broughton@briggs.uk.com Contract Size: 8 Joined: 1961 In-House: GIJMOZ Cont'd Out: ABCDEFKLPQRSTUVWXY

C C Caswell Engineering Services Ltd

Knowsley Road Ind Estate, Haslingden, Rossendale, Lancashire BB4 4RR T: 01706 227935 E: richard.coxen@caswell.uk.com W: caswell.uk.com Contract Size: 5 Joined: 1974 In-House: ACEIOU Contracted Out: D Specialist Group: VG

C M Oxendale Ltd

Alan Ramsbottom Way, Hey Lane Ind Estate, Blackburn, Lancashire BB6 7UR T: 01254 580431 E: colin.oxendale@cmoxendale.co.uk W: cmoxendale.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2002 In-House: GHILMOSV Cont'd Out: ABCDEFKPQRTUWXYZ

CBRE Managed Services Ltd

Suite 3B Trafford Plaza, Seymour Grove, Old Trafford, Manchester M16 0LD T: 0161 877 0218 E: justin.lawson@ norlandmanagedservices.co.uk W: norlandmanagedservices.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Joined: 1985 In-House: ABCDEFGHIJKLMOPQRSTUVWXYZ Specialist Group: SFG

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Celsius Air Conditioning Ltd 1 Well Street, Heywood, Lancashire OL10 1NT T: 01706 367500 E: peter@celsiusair.co.uk W: celsiusair.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 1996 In-House: ABEIOSV Specialist Group: SFG

Charleson Building Services Ltd

Unit 8, Easter Court, Europa Boulevard, Westbrook, Warrington, Cheshire WA5 7ZB T: 01925 655929 E: robin.hill@charleson.co.uk W: charleson.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1986 In-House: AGIJKMOPSV Cont'd Out: BCDEFLQRTUWXYZ

Chris Bowker Ltd

Whitegate, White Lund Ind Estate, Morecambe, Lancashire LA3 3BS T: 01524 36353 E: info@chrisbowker.co.uk W: chrisbowker.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2012 In-House: GIMOUZ Contracted Out: ACL Specialist Group: HAPS

Chute Fire Certification UK The Priory, 3 Cloverfield, Lymm WA13 9WB T: 0333 577 1108 E: avene@chutefirecertificationuk.co.uk W: chutefirecertificationuk.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2019 In-House: CESTY

Clearground Ltd

67c Corporation Road, Wirral, Birkenhead, Merseyside CH41 3NG T: 0151 652 8010 E: info@clearground.co.uk W: clearground.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2013 In-House: ST Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Clearwater Technology Ltd

38 Melford Court, Hardwick Grange, Woolston, Warrington, Cheshire WA1 4RZ T: 01925 814512 E: paul.jamieson@clearwater.eu.com W: clearwater.eu.com Contract Size: 6 Joined: 1995 In-House: FTW Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Climate Mechanical Services Ltd

Golden Gates Lodge, Crewe Hall, Weston Road, Crewe CW2 5XN T: 01270 763988 E: max@climategroup.co.uk W: climategroup.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2007 In-House: ABDEO

CMB Fylde Engineering Ltd

3 Skyways Commercial Centre, Blackpool Buisiness Park, Amy Johnson Way, Blackpool FY4 3RS T: 01253 298366 E: david.harter@cmbfylde.co.uk W: cmbeng.co.uk Joined: 2018 In-House: GHM Contracted Out: AZ

Commissioning & Maintenance Services Ltd 7 Carr Brow, High Lane, Stockport, Cheshire SK6 8EX T: 01663 762411 E: enquiries@commissioningand maintenance.com W: commissioningand maintenance.com Contract Size: 3 Joined: 1994 In-House: VW Specialist Group: SFG

CPL Heating & Plumbing Ltd Unit C1 Anchorage Business Park, Chain Caul Way, Ashton on Ribble, Preston, Lancashire PR2 2YL T: 01772 723723 E: mail@cplbuildingservices.co.uk W: cplbuildingservices.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2004 In-House: CDEGHJLMOQS Contracted Out: AIRTUVWYZ Specialist Group: HAPS

DCUK FM

1 Woodfield Road, Welwyn Garden City Hertfordshire AL7 1JQ Tel: 0330 124 5671 Email: info@dcukfm.com Website: www.dcukfm.com DCUKFM are leading experts in; • Ductwork Cleaning • Kitchen Extract Cleaning • General Ventilation Cleaning • Ventilation Surveys • Fire Damper Checks & Maintenance • Ventilation Fire Risk Assessments • Social Housing Ventilation • BESA Accredited Training • Inspecting & Testing of LEV Systems • Ventilation CCTV Surveys • TR19 Compliance Surveys • Licenced Decontamination of Ductwork Systems • Operating Theatre Ventilation Cleaning • Qualified Fire Risk Assessors • Asbestos Removal • Building Refurbishment Nationwide – various regional offices DCUK FM: The country’s leading ventilation hygiene, ductwork cleaning and asbestos remediation specialists

Crown House Technologies

Archway 3, Birley Fields, Hulme, Manchester M15 5QJ T: 0161 227 6000 E: pewilliams@laingorourke.com Contract Size: 8 Joined: 1904 In-House: HIJKOPQUVZ Cont'd Out: ABCDEFGLMRTWY

D D & J Air Conditioning Services Ltd

109b Snowdon Avenue, Urmston, Manchester M41 6EF T: 0161 747 7870 E: info@djaircon.co.uk W: djaircon.co.uk Contract Size: 2 Joined: 1976 In-House: ABIOSV Contracted Out: Z Specialist Group: RACHP, SFG

D.C.S.

4 Florence Street, Blackpool, Lancashire FY4 5HQ T: 07813 051171 E: lwildon@gmail.com W: ductcleanservices.com Contract Size: 2 Joined: 2015 In-House: CET Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

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Ductwork Design & Installation Ltd

Unit D5 Europa Trading Estate, Stoneclough Road, Radcliffe, Manchester M26 1GG T: 01204 705333 E: grahamh@ddi-ltd.co.uk W: ddi-ltd.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2001 In-House: CEIS Contracted Out: ADRTU Specialist Group: VG

E ECG Facilities Services

Phoenix House, Bradnor Road, Sharston, Manchester M22 4TF T: 01698 828778 E: dburleigh@ecg-maint.com Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2009 In-House: ABCEGHMOSVW Contracted Out: IJPQUXYZ Specialist Group: SFG

End Systems Ltd

Redwater House, Brunswick Street, Leigh, Lancashire WN7 2PL T: 01942 673229 E: dale.kenyon@endsystems.co.uk W: endsystems.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 1980 In-House: TUVZ Contracted Out: WY

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ENGIE FM Ltd

Belthorn House, Walker Park, Blackburn, Lancashire BB1 2QE T: 01254 662323 E: ian.forster@engie.com W: business.engie.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2007 In-House: ABS Specialist Group: RACHP, SFG

Enviro Duct Cleaning North West

Unit 1090, Venture House, 7 Lund Street, Preston PR1 1YH T: 01772 428073 E: graham@rosemaryglen.co.uk W: enviroductcleaning.co.uk Contract Size: 3 Joined: 2018 In-House: CT Specialist Group: SFG

Environment & Power Technology Ltd

Suite 1 Bank House, The Paddock, Wilmslow Road, Handforth, Cheshire SK9 3HQ T: 01625 536790 E: philb@ep-tech.co.uk W: ep-tech.co.uk Contract Size: 1 Joined: 2011 In-House: ACEFGW Specialist Group: RACHP

FORTIS Hygiene & Maintenance Services

4th floor Biz Space, Wilsons Park Business Centre, Monsall Road, Manchester M40 8WN T: 0161 637 1919 E: gemma@fortisservices.co.uk W: fortisservices.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2016 In-House: T Specialist Group: VHB

Exyte Hargreaves Ltd

Lord Street, Bury, Lancashire BL9 0RG T: 0161 764 5082 E: peter.williams@ exyte-hargreaves.net W: exyte-hargreaves.net Contract Size: 8 Joined: 1951 In-House: CEIJKPQVXY Contracted Out: ADRTU Specialist Group: VG

F Flamefast (UK) Ltd

1 Heaton Court, Risley Road, Birchwood, Warrington WA3 6QU T: 01925 281230 E: karen.thomas@flamefast.co.uk W: flamefast.co.uk Contract Size: 3 Joined: 2010 In-House: EIMSY Specialist Group: VG

Fleetwood Sheet Metal Ltd 1 Denham Way, Fleetwood, Lancs FY7 6PR T: 01253 879234 E: info@fleetwoodsheetmetal.co.uk W: fleetwoodsheetmetal.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2014 In-House: CEJKPQX Contracted Out: D Specialist Group: VG

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H E Simm & Son Ltd

Spinnaker House, 141 Sefton Street, Liverpool L8 5SN T: 0151 707 3222 E: gareth.simm@hesimm.co.uk W: hesimm.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Joined: 2003 In-House: HIOSVZ Contracted Out: ABCDELTWY

Halsall Heating

G GDI Air Conditioning Specialists Ltd

173 Bolton Road, Walkden, Manchester M28 3BJ T: 0161 790 0001 E: sales@gdiairsolutions.com W: gdi-airsolutions.com Contract Size: 4 Joined: 2010 In-House: ABIOS Contracted Out: CDEGMTUZ Specialist Group: RACHP

Enviroplas Ltd

Unit 2, Shepherd Cross Street, Bolton BL1 3DE T: 01204 844744 E: sales@enviroplas.co.uk W: enviroplas.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 1997 In-House: D Specialist Group: VG

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GDI Air Conditioning Ltd

173 Bolton Road, Worsley Manchester M28 3BJ Tel: 0161 790 0001 Fax: 0161 799 2746 Email: sales@gdiairsolutions.com Website: www.gdiairsolutions.com 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. 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. 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.

117a-121a Shakespeare Street, Southport, Southport, Merseyside PR8 5AN T: 01704 538300 E: mail@halsallheating.co.uk W: halsallheating.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2004 In-House: CDEGHIJLMOQSV Contracted Out: ARTUWYZ Specialist Group: HAPS

Harry Taylor of Ashton Ltd

Guide Bridge Trading Estate, South Street, Ashton under Lyne, Lancashire OL7 0NU T: 020 8464 0915 E: james@harrytaylor.co.uk W: harrytaylor.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Joined: 2008 In-House: GM

HFL Building Solutions

Freeman House, Oldham Street, Denton, Manchester M34 3SU T: 0161 304 5904 E: vburns@hflbuildingsolutions.co.uk W: hflbuildingsolutions.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2006 In-House: AGMS Cont'd Out: BCDEFIJLOPQRTUVWYZ Specialist Group: SFG

HY5 Commercial Cleaning Ltd

214 Ulverston Business Centre, 25 New Market Street, Ulverston, Cumbria LA12 7LQ T: 01229 588556 E: anna@hy5cleaning.co.uk W: hy5cleaning.com Contract Size: 2 Joined: 2012 In-House: CET Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

I IDS Services (UK) Ltd

Unit 1, Station Road Ind Estate, Great Harwood, Blackburn, Lancashire BB6 7BA T: 01254 880010 E: anthony@ids-services.co.uk W: ids-services.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2010 In-House: ABCDEST Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Calder House, St Georges Park, Kirkham, Preston, Lancashire PR4 2DZ T: 01772 471111 E: ian.lammas@imtechnorth.co.uk W: imtech.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Joined: 1995 In-House: GHIJMOPSVZ Cont'd Out: ABCDEKLQRTUWXY Specialist Group: HAPS

Imtech Inviron Ltd

4 Scholar Green Road, Cobra Court, Trafford Park, Manchester M32 0TB T: 0161 866 0900 E: jason.hanson@imtechnorth.co.uk W: inviron.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Joined: 1983 In-House: GJMOPZ Cont'd Out: ABCDEILQUVWXY Specialist Group: SFG

Innovate FM

Unit 30, Eton Business Park, Eton Hill Road, Manchester M26 2ZS T: 0161 724 8999 E: panashe.mujaya@innovatefm.co.uk W: innovatefm.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2015 In-House: CDEST Contracted Out: ABFGHIJKLMOPQRUVWXYZ Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

J J E Dean (Hazel Grove) Ltd

15 Napier Street, Hazel Grove, Stockport, Cheshire SK7 4EW T: 0161 483 5110 E: info@jedean.co.uk W: jedean.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Joined: 1982 In-House: EGHIJKLMOPQSVWXYZ Contracted Out: ABCU Specialist Group: HAPS

J Fletcher (Engineers) Ltd

J. Fletcher Works, James Nasmyth Way, Nasmyth Business Park, Eccles, Manchester M30 0SF T: 0161 787 7170 E: steve.fletcher@jfletcher.co.uk W: jfletcher.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1987 In-House: ABDEGIMOPQSUVWXZ Contracted Out: CLTY Specialist Group: SFG

K Kimpton Energy Solutions

Unit 5 Hawkshead Road, Greenfields Technology Park, Bromborough, Merseyside CH62 3RJ T: 0151 343 1963 E: colin@kimpton.ltd.uk W: kimpton.ltd.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1969 In-House: ABFGHIJLMOQRSUVWZ Contracted Out: CDEKTXY Specialist Group: SFG


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L Lorne Stewart PLC

Pro-Service Group N G Bailey Ltd

Stewart House, Orford Park, Greenfold Way, Leigh, Lancashire WN7 3XJ T: 01942 683333 E: david.brickliffe@lornestewart.co.uk W: lornestewart.com Contract Size: 8 Joined: 1988 In-House: GHIJMOZ Cont'd Out: ABFKLPQSTUVWXY Specialist Group: SFG

321 Ordsall Lane, Salford, Manchester M5 3HP T: 0161 872 0171 E: Paul.Briars@ngbailey.co.uk W: ngbailey.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Joined: 1983 In-House: FGIJKMOPQSUVXZ Contracted Out: CDEHLTWY

Lorne Stewart Services

382 Dunkirk Lane, Leyland, Preston, Lancashire PR26 7SY T: 01772 331999 E: sales@northernshire.co.uk W: northernshire.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Joined: 2000 In-House: T Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Lorne Stewart Services, Stewart House, Orford Park, Greenfold Way, Leigh, Lancashire WN7 3XJ T: 01942 683333 E: paul.booth@lornestewart.co.uk W: lornestewart.com Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1988 In-House: ST Specialist Group: SFG

Lunar Refrigeration Ltd

Unit 5, Forestgate, White Lund Industrial Estate, Morecambe, Lancashire LA3 3PD T: 01524 64273 E: youngm@lunarltd.co.uk W: lunarltd.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2011 In-House: ABCGORSUVW Contracted Out: EI Specialist Group: RACHP

M M J Quinn Integrated Services Ltd

Oak House, Overbrook Lane, Knowsley Business Park, Knowsley, Merseyside L34 9FB T: 0151 547 8800 E: ian.moore@mjquinn.co.uk W: mjquinn.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2000 In-House: ABGHIJMSVYZ Cont'd Out: CDEFKLOPQRTUWX Specialist Group: SFG

Medway Heating (Bolton) Ltd Unit 3, Viola Street, Astley Bridge, Bolton, Lancashire BL1 8NG T: 01204 305222 E: paulcraven@medwayheating.com W: medwayheating.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 1984 In-House: GHLMOSVWZ Contracted Out: ACDERTU

Murray Building Services Ltd Unit 3, Sentinel Court, Wilkinson Way, Blackburn, Lancashire BB1 2EH T: 01254 667046 E: bc@murray-build-services.co.uk W: murray-build-services.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2004 In-House: ABDGHIJKMOQSUVZ Contracted Out: CEFLPTWXY Specialist Group: HAPS

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Norwest Projects Ltd

Office One, Morston Close, Worsley, Manchester M28 1PB T: 0161 327 2585 E: ab@norwestprojects.co.uk W: norwestprojects.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2014 In-House: ABFGIJLOSUVWZ Cont'd Out: CDEHKMNPQRTXY Specialist Group: RACHP

P PHS Compliance Ltd

Compliance House, Kid Glove Road, Warrington WA3 3GR T: 0333 005 0456 E: stuartbiggs@phs.co.uk W: phs.co.luk/compliance Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2017 In-House: ABGHJSUZ

Piggott and Whitfield Ltd

Exemplar House, 8 Station View, Hazel Grove, Stockport, Cheshire SK7 5ER T: 0161 483 9438 E: adb@piggottandwhitfield.co.uk W: piggottandwhitfield.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2007 In-House: GHIMUYZ Contracted Out: ACJKLOPQRVW

Pinington Ltd

Aldrens Lane, Lancaster, Lancashire LA1 2DE T: 01524 599770 E: jane.atkinson@pinington.co.uk W: pinington.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 1983 In-House: GHILMOPQSZ

Premier of Lytham Ltd

Unit 5 Apollo Court, Whitehill Business Park, Blackpool, Lancashire FY4 5FS T: 01253 207563 E: sean@premieroflytham.co.uk W: premierbse.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2008 In-House: ABCDEHOV Contracted Out: I Specialist Group: HAPS

740 Hollins Road, Oldham OL8 4SA T: 0161 684 9919 E: info@pro-servicegroup.co.uk W: pro-servicegroup.co.uk Contract Size: 3 Joined: 2017 In-House: ST

PSI (Resources) Ltd

Unit 3, Barlow Street, Walkden, Manchester M28 3BQ T: 0161 703 8911 E: steve@psigroup.co.uk W: psigroup.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2009 In-House: ABEOST Specialist Group: RACHP

R R J Urmson Commissioning Engineers Ltd Kellett Street Works, Fellery Street, Chorley, Lancashire PR7 1EL T: 01257 262683 E: louise@rjurmson.com W: rjurmson.com Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2010 In-House: STV Contracted Out: I Specialist Group: SFG

Rotary Building Services Ltd Phoenix House, Lakeside Drive, Centre Park, Warrington WA1 1RX T: 01925 402000 E: mark.fenton@lornestewart.co.uk W: rotarygroup.com Contract Size: 8 Joined: 2015 In-House: GIMOV

Rotary North West Ltd

Phoenix House, Lakeside Drive, Centre Park, Warrington WA1 1RX T: 01925 402000 E: stephen.green@lornestewart.co.uk W: hastieggroup.comau/ rotarygroupunitedkingdom Contract Size: 8 Joined: 1968 In-House: GIMOV

Russells

Shell Hill Farm, Saltcotes Road, Lytham St Annes, Lancashire FY8 4LL T: 01253 735102 E: russplumb@aol.com W: russellsplumbing.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Joined: 1980 In-House: GHM Specialist Group: HAPS

S S C Horsfield Building Services Engineers Ltd

Horsfield Place, Rough Hey Road, Grimsargh, Preston, Lancashire PR2 5AR T: 01772 654402 E: shaun@horsfield.co.uk W: horsfield.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2002 In-House: ABDEFGHIJKLMOPQSWZ Contracted Out: CUV Specialist Group: RACHP

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Safeflow Ventilation Ltd

The Old School House, 188 Liscard Road, Wallasey, Merseyside CH44 5TN T: 07922 488555 E: steve@safeflowventilation.co.uk W: safeflowventilation.co.uk Contract Size: 1 Joined: 2016 In-House: ST

Sanber Ltd

3 Newnham Street, Astley Bridge, Bolton, Lancashire BL1 8QA T: 01204 596015 E: bernard.coates@ sanberlabservices.co.uk W: sanberlabservices.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2004 In-House: DEFGIS Cont'd Out: ACJKLMPQTUVWXYZ Specialist Group: VG

Saunders & Taylor (Manchester) Ltd

9 Boston Court, Kansas Avenue, Manchester M50 2GN T: 0161 848 9393 E: jason@saunders-taylor.co.uk W: saunders-taylor.co.uk Contract Size: 1 Joined: 2016 In-House: EGJKMOPQSV Contracted Out: ABCDILRUW

SES (Engineering Services) Ltd

Ground Floor, The Royals, 353 Altrincham Road, Sharston, Manchester M22 4BJ T: 0161 945 5589 E: Pbeaumont@ses-ltd.co.uk W: ses-ltd.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Joined: 1976 In-House: ABCDEFGHIJKLMOPQSTUVWXYZ Specialist Group: VG

SMG Europe Ltd

M.E.N. Arena, Victoria Station, Manchester M3 1AR T: 0161 950 2071 E: dave.batty@smg-europe.com W: smg-europe.com/ facilitiesmanagement Contract Size: 8 Joined: 2004 In-House: S Specialist Group: SFG

Spie Ltd

SPIE Venus Building, Manchester M41 7HA T: 0161 749 6300 E: george.adams@spie.com W: spiematthewhall.com Contract Size: 6 Joined: 1965 In-House: FGHIMSVYZ Contracted Out: ALPQTUW Specialist Group: SFG

Sudlows Ltd

Ducie Works, 107 Hulme Hall Lane, Manchester, Lancs M40 8HH T: 0870 278 2787 E: sabrinabirchenough@sudlows.com W: sudlows.com Contract Size: 1 Joined: 2011 In-House: AS Specialist Group: RACHP

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University of Liverpool

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Winrow Building Services Ltd

Wilton House, Ackhurst Park, Foxhole Road, Chorley PR7 1NY T: 01257 443200 E: geoff.barwise@tclarke.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2017 In-House: ABCEGHILMOPQUVWXZ Contracted Out: D

The James Mercer Group Ltd Tulketh Hall Works, Hesketh Street, Preston, Lancashire PR2 2RB T: 01772 775700 E: andrewmoxham@ jamesmercergroup.co.uk W: jamesmercergroup.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1967 In-House: ABGIJKMOQS Cont'd Out: CDEFLPRTUVWXYZ Specialist Group: RACHP, VG

The James Mercer Group Ltd

Office 2, 16 Clock Tower Park, Longmoor Lane, Liverpool, Lancashire L10 1LD T: 0151 203 2230 E: neilpreston@ jamesmercergroup.co.uk W: jamesmercergroup.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 1967 In-House: O Contracted Out: ABCDEFGIJKLMPQRSTUVWXYZ

Thomas Armstrong (Construction) Ltd

Workington Road, Flimby, Maryport, Cumbria CA15 8RY T: 01900 842092 E: stephen.clarkson@ thomasarmstrong.co.uk W: thomasarmstrong.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2013 In-House: HIOPQSX Contracted Out: ABCDELTUVWZ Specialist Group: HAPS

Total Deep Clean Ltd

68 Foxhole Road, Ackhurst Park Industrial Estate, Chorley, Lancashire PR7 1NW T: 01257 241500 E: totaldeepcleanltd@btconnect.com W: totaldeepclean.co.uk Contract Size: 3 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 T: 0151 357 1800 E: info@townleyhughes.co.uk W: townleyhughes.wordpress.com Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1972 In-House: HJOSVX Cont'd Out: ABCDEFGIKLMPQTUWYZ

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Facilities Management, Bedford House, Oxford Street, Liverpool L69 7ZP T: 0151 795 0465 E: brute67@liverpool.ac.uk Contract Size: 1 Joined: 2014 In-House: GHJMOSZ Cont'd Out: ABCDEFIKLPQTUVWXY Specialist Group: SFG

Vaughan Engineering Ltd

The Breeze, Claremont House, 2 Kelvin Close, Warrington, Cheshire WA3 7PB T: 0844 963 2172 E: gordon.galletly@v aughan-group.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Joined: 1994 In-House: GM Contracted Out: AIOV

Ventilation Surveys & Services Ltd

Unit 2 Sandon Way, Sandon Way Industrial Estate, Liverpool, Merseyside L5 9YN T: 0333 500 8368 E: george.friend@breathevss.co.uk W: breathevss.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1996 In-House: ABEGHTV Contracted Out: N Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Ventorex Ltd

Nelson Street, Bolton, Lancs BL3 2RW T: 01204 399970 E: varsha@ventorex.com W: ventorex.com Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1986 In-House: CDE Specialist Group: VG

VES Andover Ltd

WeWork 15 Spinning Fields, Quay Street, Manchester M3 3JE T: 0161 848 8711 E: andy.reade@ves.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2007 In-House: ABCDEFGIJOSTUVZ Specialist Group: SFG

Vital Energi Utilities Ltd

Century House, Roman Way, Blackburn, Lancashire BB1 2LD T: 01254 296000 E: james.gallacher@vitalenergi.co.uk W: vitalenergi.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Joined: 2002 In-House: GIJKMOPQSVX Contracted Out: RUWZ

River Street Works, River Street, Heywood, Heywood, Lancashire OL10 4AB T: 0844 893 3111 E: sales@wtbs.co.uk W: wtbs.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2007 In-House: HISV Contracted Out: ABCDERTYZ Specialist Group: VG

5 Stockham Close, Halton Village, Runcorn, Cheshire WA7 2PA T: 01928 778383 E: wnrjcql@aol.com W: winrowltd.co.uk Contract Size: 2 Joined: 2005 In-House: AGH

WMB (Mechanical) Ltd

Ventures House, 11a Claremont Road, Salford, Manchester M6 7NW T: 0161 727 9777 E: phil@wmbmech.co.uk W: wmbltd.co.uk Contract Size: 3 Joined: 2013 In-House: GHIM Contracted Out: ABCDELTW Specialist Group: HAPS


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Anderson Mechanical Services

Alexander Rankin & Son Ltd 60 Main Street, Castledawson, Magherafelt, County Londonderry BT45 8AB T: 028 7946 8231 E: julie@alexanderrankin.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 1995 In-House: ACDEGHIJMOPQR Contracted Out: LTUW Specialist Group: HAPS

All-Duct Cleaning Services 81 Ballymacarn Road, Ballyhinch, County Down BT24 8JS T: 028 9756 2301 E: davidorradcs@aol.com W: adcs.biz Contract Size: 3 Joined: 2006 In-House: EST Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

41a Tirmacrannon Road, Loughgall, Armagh, Armagh BT61 8LW T: 028 3889 1320 E: info@andersonmechanical.net W: andersonmechanical.net Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2011 In-House: GHIJKLMOPQRSTUXYZ Contracted Out: ABCDEVW Specialist Group: HAPS

Assure Services NI Ltd

Unit B1 Antrim Enterprise Agency, Antrim Enterprise Park, Antrim, Co Antrim BT41 1JZ T: 028 9446 6724 E: damien@assureservicesni.co.uk W: assureservicesni.co.uk Contract Size: 1 Joined: 2016 In-House: T

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Clearwater Technology Ltd

B J McGrath Plumbing & Heating

34 Garvagh Road, Donaghmore, Dungannon, County Tyrone BT70 3LS T: 028 8776 7359 E: info@bjmcgrath.com Contract Size: 6 Joined: 1994 In-House: CDEGHLMOPQRW Contracted Out: ABFSTUXYZ Specialist Group: HAPS

Brankin Engineering Ltd

Aercon Works, 556 Antrim Road, Newtownabbey, County Antrim BT36 4RF T: 028 9083 7441 E: stuart.vaughan@brankin.co.uk W: vaughan-group.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1979 In-House: ACDEY Contracted Out: IT Specialist Group: VG

Unit 5, 22 Heron Road, Sydenham Business Park, Belfast BT3 9LE T: 028 9046 0824 E: david.reid@clearwater.eu.com W: clearwater.eu.com Contract Size: 6 Joined: 1995 In-House: FTW Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

E Electrical and Data Systems Ltd

Unit A8, The Business Centre, 5 Tobermore Road, Draperstown, Co Londonderry BT45 7AG T: 028 7962 7962 E: info@edsni.com Contract Size: 1 Joined: 2014 In-House: Z Specialist Group: HAPS

Enviro Fire Water and Air Ltd

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Milltown House, Milltown Industrial Estate, Warrenpoint, Co.Down BT34 3FN T: 028 9076 7883 E: info@envirofwa.com W: envirofwa.com Contract Size: 1 Joined: 2018 In-House: ABEST

H Calor Gas

Assure Services NI Ltd

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. In 2017 we introduced Ceiling Pro International which cleans your ceiling tiles, acoustic or vinyl. It’s a much cheaper option than painting or replacing. We are now able to undertake professional and thorough cleaning of all types of ventilation systems & ceilings. All of our Air Hygiene Technicians are fully trained and certified to TR19 guidelines, and 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.

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Unit B1 Antrim Enterprise Agency, Antrim Enterprise Park, Antrim BT41 1JZ Tel: 028 9446 6724 Email: damien@assureservicesni.co.uk Website: www.assureservicesni.co.uk Assure Services are Northern Ireland’s No.1 choice for Kitchen Extraction system cleaning, Air duct cleaning, LEV cleaning and Fire Damper testing. On top of being BESA members our work is audited through the BESCA Ventilation Hygiene Elite Scheme. Our Managing Director, Damien Martin, is BESA Chairman for N.I and a BESCA Scheme Board Member. We work throughout Ireland, both direct for clients and as a service partner for companies throughout the UK who have a need to sub contract out to a professional Ireland based company. Please feel free to contact on 028 9446 6724 or by email at damien@assureservicesni.co.uk

Airport Road West Sydenham, Belfast BT3 9EE Tel: 028 9045 5588 Website: 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. Customers now have the additional option of choosing BioLPG, a new 100% renewable form of LPG. Although identical in use and performance, BioLPG can reduce greenhouse gas emissions by up to 90%.

CHC Group Ltd

33 Seagoe Industrial Estate, Portadown, Craigavon, Co Armagh BT63 5QD T: 028 3833 4874 E: s.nicholson@chcltd.com W: chcltd.com Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1974 In-House: CEGHIJKLMOPQSTWZ Contracted Out: ABDFUVXY

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H & J Martin Integrated Services

Rosemount House, 21-23 Sydenham Road, Belfast BT3 9HA T: 028 9023 2622 E: j.mccambley@hjmartin.co.uk W: hjmartin.co.uk Joined: 2018 In-House: S

Hutton Mechanical & Electrical Services Ltd

Unit 6, 18 Westbank Road, Belfast BT3 9JL T: 028 9077 2888 E: wayne@huttonmech.com W: huttonmech.com Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2003 In-House: GMOPQYZ Contracted Out: LVW

L LM Services (NI) Limited 18 Old Saintfield Road, Belfast BT8 8EY T: 028 9081 4141 E: paul@lmservicesni.com W: lmservicesni.com Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2013 In-House: GHLOPQSTUZ Contracted Out: ABCDEWXY Specialist Group: SFG

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P Pipeline Mechanical

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 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 Michael McGonigle Plbg & Htg Contractor

32 Coshquin Road, Derry, Derry City BT48 0NF T: 028 7137 2885 E: pvaughan@ pipelinemechanical.co.uk W: pipelinemechanical.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Joined: 1998 In-House: EGHLMOSVW Contracted Out: CDUYZ Specialist Group: HAPS

Principal Cooling Ltd

Unit 1 Cottagequin Yard, 94b Old Eglish Road, Dungannon, Co Tyrone BT71 7PG T: 028 8775 0111 E: david@principalcooling.co.uk W: principalcooling.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2016 In-House: ABDEILOSV Contracted Out: CN

Q Quiggin & Cubbon Ltd

Unit 15B, Tromode Ind Estate, Douglas, Isle of Man IM4 4RG T: 01624 621042 E: annette.christian@milesash.com W: quigginandcubbon.com Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1989 In-House: GHILMQRS

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85 Bellspark Road, Urney, Strabane, Co Tyrone BT82 9QY T: 028 7188 3727 E: info@michaelmcgonigle.com W: michaelmcgonigle.com Contract Size: 3 Joined: 1999 In-House: H Contracted Out: ABCDEFGIJKLMOPQRSTUVWXYZ Specialist Group: HAPS

Scott & Ewing Ltd

Michael Nugent Ltd

57 Sydenham Road, Belfast BT3 9DJ T: 028 9045 8185 E: eddie.mcmaster@ sharpegroup.com W: sharpegroup.com Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1982 In-House: CDEGIKMOPQSTV Contracted Out: ABFLUWXYZ

2 Tandragee Road, Pomeroy, Co Tyrone BT70 3DS T: 028 8775 8617 E: michaela@michaelnugent.co.uk W: michaelnugent.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2011 In-House: GHJKLMOPQSXZ Contracted Out: ABCDEFIRTUVWY

Miles-Ash Ltd

576 Doagh Road, Newtownabbey, Co Antrim BT36 5BU T: 028 9083 0700 E: alan.douglas@ quigginandcubbon.com Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1979 In-House: ACDEI Cont'd Out: T Specialist Group: VG

Montgomery Refrigeration Ltd

5 Falcon Road, Adelaide Ind Estate, Belfast BT12 6RD T: 028 9066 2111 E: ifawcett@montgomery-ltd.co.uk W: montgomery-ltd.co.uk Joined: 2004 In-House: B Spec Group: RACHP

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59 Crevenagh Road, Omagh, County Tyrone BT79 0EX T: 028 8224 2622 E: robert@s-e-group.co.uk W: woodvaleconstruction.co.uk Contract Size: 1 Joined: 2012 In-House: CDEG

Sharpe Mechanical Services

Sharpe Ventilation Services Ltd

57 Sydenham Road, Belfast BT3 9DJ T: 028 9045 8185 E: eddie.mcmaster@ sharpegroup.com W: sharpegroup.com Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1979 In-House: CDEISTV Contracted Out: AU Specialist Group: VG

Source Air Conditioning & Electrical Services (NI) Ltd Unit D1, Valley Business Centre, 67 Church Road, Newtownabbey, Glengormley BT36 7LS T: 028 9055 1866 E: sourceair@btconnect.com W: sourceace.com Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2006 In-House: ABEGJMO Specialist Group: RACHP

Stothers M & E Ltd

Radiant Works, 23 Sunwich Street, Ravenhill Avenue, Belfast BT6 8HR T: 028 9045 0821 E: dmonaghan@stothersm-e.co.uk W: stothers-e.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2012 In-House: GHIJKLMOPQSZ Contracted Out: ABCDEFUVWXY Specialist Group: SFG

Sure Deep Clean

Valley Business Centre, Unit B10, 67 Church Road, Newtownabbey BT36 7LS T: 028 9036 9021 E: info@suredeepclean.co.uk W: suredeepclean.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2011 In-House: CT Spec Group: SFG, VHB

T TMC Gas Services Ltd

Skeoge Industrial Estate, Beraghmore Road, Londonderry, Northern Ireland BT48 8SE T: 028 7181 3531 E: colm@tmcgasservices.co.uk W: tmcgasservices.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2013 In-House: GHJMOPSVZ Cont'd Out: ABCDEFKLQTUWXY

Total Fan Services

1 Upper Braniel Road, Castlereagh, Belfast BT5 7TS T: 028 9070 3785 E: totalfanservices@btconnect.com Contract Size: 3 Joined: 2004 In-House: FOS Contracted Out: ABCDEGHIJKLMPQTUVWXYZ Specialist Group: SFG

V Vaughan Engineering Group Ltd

Aercon Works, 556 Antrim Road, Newtownabbey, Co Antrim BT36 4RF T: 028 9083 7441 E: vegl@vaughan-group.co.uk W: vaughan-group.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Joined: 1984 In-House: CEGJKMOPQSXZ Contracted Out: ABDILTUVWY

Vaughan Engineering Services Ltd

Aercon Works, 556 Antrim Road, Newtownabbey, Co Antrim BT36 8PL T: 028 9083 7441 E: vegl@vaughan-group.co.uk W: vaughan-group.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Joined: 1985 In-House: CDEGIJKMOPQSXZ Contracted Out: ABLRTUVWY

Victoria Mechanical Services Ltd

Unit A22, 20 Heron Road, Sydenham Business Park, Belfast BT3 9LE T: 028 9073 2029 E: info@victoriamechanical services.co.uk W: victoriamechanicalservices.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 1989 In-House: FGHIJKLMOPQXY Contracted Out: ACDERUVWZ Specialist Group: HAPS

W Whitehouse Engineering Company Ltd

14 Trench Road, Mallusk, Newtownabbey BT36 4UU T: 028 9084 8311 E: stephen@whitehouse-eng.com W: whitehouse-eng.com Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1977 In-House: CE Contracted Out: ADI Specialist Group: VG

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 specialised construction projects. The company has successfully completed projects for a wide variety of public, commercial and industrial organisations. 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 BIM and CAD / CAM drawing office. The company prides itself in providing quality service and product and is certified to ISO 9001- 2015 and ISO 140001.

William Coates Ltd

37 Mallusk Road, Newtonabbey, Co Antrim BT36 4PP T: 02890 342560 E: acampbell@williamcoates.com W: williamcoates.com Joined: 2015 In-House: ACGSZ


Scotland Atalian Servest AMK Ltd

42 Dryden Road, Bilston Ind Estate, Loanhead, Midlothian EH20 9LZ T: 0131 440 6000 E: george.craig@arthur-mckay.com W: arthurmckay.com Contract Size: 8 Joined: 2001 In-House: ABCDEGIJKMOPQSXYZ Contracted Out: LTUVW

Blitz Group Ltd

Units 1-2 Chryston Business Park, Cloverhill Place, Chryston, Glasgow G69 9DQ Tel: 0141 779 4209 Fax: 0141 779 5421 Email: admin@blitzgroup.co.uk Website: www.blitzgroup.co.uk

Atlas Air Conditioning Ltd www.thebesa.com/ find-a-besa-member BESA provides a free online search service 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 Tech Heating Ltd

26 Deerdykes View, Westfield Industrial Area, Cumbernauld, Glasgow G68 9HN T: 01236 738583 E: elaine@atechheat.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2006 In-House: GHIJKMOPQ Cont'd Out: ABCDELRTUVWXYZ

Airco Developments Ltd

Unit 3D, Newbattle Business Park, Dalkeith, Midlothian EH22 3LH T: 0131 660 9555 E: john@aircoltd.co.uk W: aircoltd.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Joined: 2010 In-House: CDEIMSTVZ Contracted Out: AB Specialist Group: VG

Alba Facilities Services Ltd

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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 & maintenance F Indoor air quality G Commercial heating & plumbing H Domestic heating, plumbing, service & maintenance Design & build I J Pipework/hot tapping/ pipe Freezing K Offsite prefabrication L Underfloor heating M C/I gas fitting N Ability to sub-contract O Renewables (Wind, Solar, Biomass, CHP, H/P etc) P Industrial process pipework Q Offsite prefabricated pipework R Thermal/sound insulation S Facilities services T Ductwork cleaning & vent hygiene U Automatic control system V Commissioning/performance testing W Water treatment X Lloyds class 1 welding Y Fire protection engineering Z Electrical contracting

37 Lonmay Drive, Panorama Business Village, Glasgow G33 4EP T: 0141 771 8888 E: ianmccall@albafs.co.uk W: albafs.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2008 In-House: ABGHMS Contracted Out: T Specialist Group: SFG

Anderson Floor Warming Ltd

Unit 119, Atlas Express Ind Estate, 1 Rutherglen Road, Glasgow G73 1SX T: 0141 647 6716 E: mike@andersonfloorwarming.co.uk W: andersonfloorwarming.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2005 In-House: GHLMO Contracted Out: ABV Specialist Group: HAPS

Pavilion 2, 3 Dava Street, Broomloan Road, Glasgow G51 2JA T: 0141 425 1010 E: liz@atlasaircon.co.uk W: atlasaircon.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2000 In-House: ABIS Contracted Out: T Specialist Group: RACHP

B Balfour Beatty Kilpatrick

Unit 119, Atlas Express Industrial Estate, 1 Rutherglen Road, Glasgow G73 1SX Tel: 0141 647 6716 Fax: 0141 647 6751

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Our clients, both public and private sector, include restaurants, fast food outlets, hotels & care homes throughout Scotland. All of our technicians are trained to BESA TR/19 standards. Blitz Group are ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and SafeContractor accredited. Please contact us for a FREE QUOTATION.

Beaumont Service Scotland Ltd

18 Crowhill Road, Bishopbrigs, Glasgow, Lanarkshire G64 1QY T: 0141 772 3999 E: serviceoffice@ beaumontservice.co.uk Contract Size: 3 Joined: 1996 In-House: A Specialist Group: HAPS, RACHP

Blantyre Park Services Ltd

Blantyre Park Farm, Auchentibber, Blantyre G72 0TS T: 01698 721500 E: jonathan@bps-group.co.uk W: blantyreparkservices.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2007 In-House: BEGHIJMOS Cont'd Out: ACDFKLPQRTUVWXYZ Specialist Group: SFG

Units 1 & 2 Cloverhill Place, Chryston Business Park, Chryston, Glasgow G69 9DQ T: 0141 779 4209 E: jim@blitzgroup.co.uk W: blitzgroup.co.uk Contract Size: 3 Joined: 2009 In-House: T Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Email:

mail@andersonfloorwarming.co.uk Website:

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

Blitz Group are a BESA accredited company specializing in deep cleaning of kitchen extraction ductwork to comply with TR/19 industry standards.

Maxim 7, Maxim Office Park, Parklands Avenue EuroCentral, Motherwell ML1 4WQ T: 0141 880 2000 E: neil.wivell@balfourbeatty.com W: balfourbeatty.com Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2009 In-House: GIJMOPQXZ Contracted Out: ABCDELSTUVWY Specialist Group: SFG, VG

Blitz Group Ltd

Anderson Floor Warming and Renewables

Long established and based in Muirhead, Glasgow, Blitz provides professional, flexible and budget conscious kitchen cleaning to large and small catering establishments.

www.andersonfloorwarming.co.uk

Brankin Engineering Ltd

Unit 11, Rosyth Business Park, Rosyth, West Lothian KN11 2WX T: 01506 853506 E: steven.milne@brankin.co.uk W: vaughan-group.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1979 In-House: ACDETY Contracted Out: I Specialist Group: VG

Burnawn Services Ltd

Unit 4, Mayfield Industrial Estate, Hurlford, Kilmarnock KA1 5EX T: 01563 559393 E: martin@burnawnservices.co.uk W: burnawnservices.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2015 In-House: CDGIJM

C C & M Environmental Ltd 52 Strathmore Road, Balmore Industrial Estate, Glasgow G22 7DW T: 0141 336 7774 E: r.copeland@ cmenvironmental.co.uk W: cmenvironmental.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Joined: 1994 In-House: ABGIJOPSVZ Contracted Out: CEMRTUW Specialist Group: RACHP, SFG

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.

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Cablecom Technical Services Ltd

8 Abbeyhill, Edinburgh EH8 8EE T: 0131 656 9151 E: jim.sayers@cablecom-ltd.com W: cablecom-ltd.com Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2019 In-House: DEGHIJKMOQSXZ Contracted Out: ABCLNRTUVWY

Caledonian Heating & Plumbing Ltd

Unit 42, West Gorgie Park, Hutchison Road, Edinburgh EH14 1UT T: 0131 444 2010 E: amanda@caledonianheating.co.uk W: caledonianheating.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2010 In-House: GJMPQSW Contracted Out: ABCDETUX

Campbells Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Ltd 7 Ash Road, Broadmeadow Industrial Estate, Dumbarton, West Dumbartonshire G82 2RS T: 01389 742986 E: campbell@ campbellsairconditioning.co.uk W: campbellsairconditioning.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2009 In-House: ABCDEIOS Contracted Out: NUZ Specialist Group: RACHP

CBES Ltd

Caledonia House, Lawmoor Street, Glasgow G5 0US T: 0845 674 0017 E: scott.higgins@city-holdings.co.uk W: city-holdings.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2004 In-House: ABGMZ Cont'd Out: CDEHJLOPQUWXY

Cool & Easy Ltd

Unit 209 Bomber Harris Green, Heathall Industrial Estate, Dumfries DG1 3PH T: 01387 261818 E: info@coolneasy.co.uk W: coolneasy.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2014 In-House: ABCDEGJOT Specialist Group: RACHP

Cordant Technical Ltd

100E Cumbernauld Road, Muirhead, Glasgow G69 9AB T: 0870 241 6697 E: enquiries@ukfmgroup.com W: cordantservices.com Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2002 In-House: ABEGLMOSZ Contracted Out: CDTUY

Deepclean Scotland

Unit 11/2, Sherwood Ind Estate, Bonnyrigg, Edinburgh EH19 3LW T: 0131 660 4376 E: barry@deepcleanscotland.co.uk W: deepcleanscotland.co.uk Contract Size: 3 Joined: 2010 In-House: T Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Diamond Air Conditioning Ltd

4a South Caldeen Road, Coatbridge, Lanarkshire ML5 4EG T: 01236 434514 E: neil@diamondltd.co.uk W: diamondltd.co.uk Contract Size: 1 Joined: 2016 In-House: ABEHST

Crown House Technologies

21 Woodhall, Eurocentral, Holytown, Motherwell ML1 4YT T: 01698 731002 E: caobrien@laingorourke.com Contract Size: 8 Joined: 1904 In-House: HIJKPQUVZ Cont'd Out: ABCDEFGLMORTWY

13 Kirkton Garden, Lochcarron, Ross-shire IV54 8UQ T: 07810 868661 E: dsclean@live.co.uk W: dsclean.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Joined: 2010 In-House: ST Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

DS Clean Ltd

13 Kirkton Gardens, Lochcarron, Ross-Shire IV54 8UQ Tel: 01520 722239 Email: dsclean@live.co.uk Website: www.dsclean.co.uk DS Clean Ltd serving the Highlands and North East Scotland since 2005. Specialising in TR/19 compliance kitchen grease extract cleaning, TR/19 level 1-2-3 air conditioning. New builds and deep cleans.

CBRE Managed Services Ltd

International House, Hamilton Inte'l Technology Park, Stanley B'lvd, High Blantyre, Glasgow G72 0BN T: 01698 404720 E: suzane.taylor@cbre.com W: norlandmanagedservices.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Joined: 1985 In-House: ABCDEFGHIJKLMOPQRSTUVWXYZ Specialist Group: SFG

Clearwater Technology Ltd

20/22 Langlands Avenue, Kelvin South Industrial Estate, East Kilbride G75 0YG T: 01355 266044 E: ross.sloan@clearwater.eu.com W: clearwater.eu.com Contract Size: 6 Joined: 1995 In-House: FT Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Commissioning Operation & Training Services Ltd 55 Main Street, The Village, Cumbernauld G67 1RT T: 01236 738222 E: nick@cotslimited.com W: cotslimited.com Contract Size: 2 Joined: 1997 In-House: V Specialist Group: SFG

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DCUK FM

1 Woodfield Road, Welwyn Garden City Hertfordshire AL7 1JQ Tel: 0330 124 5671 Email: info@dcukfm.com Website: www.dcukfm.com DCUKFM are leading experts in; • Ductwork Cleaning • Kitchen Extract Cleaning • General Ventilation Cleaning • Ventilation Surveys • Fire Damper Checks & Maintenance • Ventilation Fire Risk Assessments • Social Housing Ventilation • BESA Accredited Training • Inspecting & Testing of LEV Systems • Ventilation CCTV Surveys • TR19 Compliance Surveys • Licenced Decontamination of Ductwork Systems • Operating Theatre Ventilation Cleaning • Qualified Fire Risk Assessors • Asbestos Removal • Building Refurbishment Nationwide – various regional offices DCUK FM: The country’s leading ventilation hygiene, ductwork cleaning and asbestos remediation specialists

11 First Road, Blantyre Ind Estate, Blantyre G72 0ND T: 01698 828778 E: spaul@ecg-maint.com W: ecg-facilities.com Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2009 In-House: ABGHMOQSWZ Contracted Out: CDEIJLPTUVXY Specialist Group: SFG

ECG Facilities Services

Block 2, Unit 11 First Road, Blantyre Industrial Estate, Glasgow, South Lanarkshire G72 0ND T: 01698 828778 E: tmuir@ecg-maint.com W: ecg-facilities.com Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2009 In-House: ABGHJMOSWZ Cont'd Out: CDEFIKLNPQRTUVXY Specialist Group: SFG

ENGIE FM Ltd

D D S Clean Ltd

ECG Facilities Services

Dalhousie Business Park, Carrington Road, Bonnyrigg, Edinburgh EH19 3HY T: 0131 660 1071 E: info@ductcleanscotland.co.uk W: ductcleanscotland.co.uk Joined: 2019 In-House: T

Ductform HFE

17 Faraday Road, Southfield Industrial Estate, Glenrothes, Fife KY6 2RU T: 01592 778330 E: sferry@ductform.com W: ductform.co.uk Contract Size: 1 Joined: 2019 In-House: ACDE

E Easy Heat Systems Ltd

McDermott House, Inveralmond Place, Perth PH1 3TS T: 01738 445222 E: louise.henry@ mcdermottgroup.co.uk W: easyheatsystems.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2012 In-House: GHIMOUVZ Specialist Group: HAPS

43 Avondale House, Phoenix Crescent, Strathclyde Business Park, Bellshill ML4 3NJ T: 0333 600 0435 E: luis.soto@engie.com W: cofely-gdfsuez.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2007 In-House: ABS Specialist Group: RACHP, SFG

Environmental Energy Controls Ltd

Unit 6B, Nasmyth Court, Houstoun Industrial Estate, Livingston EH54 5EG T: 01506 442900 E: derek.ranachan@e2cbms.com W: e2cbms.com Contract Size: 4 Joined: 2008 In-House: ISUZ Contracted Out: F Specialist Group: SFG

Express Heating Co Ltd

Broughton Market, Edinburgh EH3 6NU T: 0131 556 8242 E: ross.montgomery@ express-heating.co.uk W: express-heating.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1977 In-House: GHJKLMOPQS Cont'd Out: ABCDEFNTUWXYZ Specialist Group: HAPS, SFG

F Fife Council Building Services

Bankhead Central, Bankhead Park, Glenrothes, Fife KY7 6GH T: 0345 145 0888 E: robert.fletcher@fife.gov.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2012 In-House: GHJSZ Contracted Out: ABCDEIKLMNOPQRTUVWXY Specialist Group: HAPS

Forth Mechanical Ltd

11b, 6 Milton Road, Edinburgh EH15 2ND T: 07714 419650 E: info@forthmechanical.com Joined: 2019 In-House: GH


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G G2 Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Ltd

45 Hepburn Road, Hillington Industrial Estate, Glasgow G52 4RJ T: 0141 882 9899 E: service@g2ref.co.uk W: g2ref.co.uk Contract Size: 1 Joined: 2018 In-House: ABV

Gas Call Services Ltd 2 Queenslie Court, Summerlee Street, Glasgow G33 4DB T: 0141 766 3333 E: alan.lowe@gascall.co.uk W: gascall.co.uk Joined: 2019 In-House: GHOS

GKR Facilities Services Ltd Unit 1, Kirkstyle, Old Monkland, Coatbridge ML5 5AJ T: 01236 449727 E: garry@gkrfs.co.uk W: gkrfs.co.uk Contract Size: 1 Joined: 2018 In-House: AEGS

Graham Hygiene Services Ltd

Skirmie Park, Welton Road Industrial Estate, Blairgowrie, Perthshire PH10 6NP T: 01250 875555 E: callum@grahamhygiene.com W: grahamhygiene.com Contract Size: 1 Joined: 2018 In-House: T

H Hatrick-Bruce Ltd

Market House, Milnathort, Kinross-shire KY13 9XB T: 01577 863967 E: user@hatrickbruce.co.uk W: hatrickbruce.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2006 In-House: ABGMS

HCS Mechanical Services

Unit 9 Levin Gate, 58 Kelvin Avenue, Hillington Park, Glasgow G52 4GA T: 0141 883 2482 E: mark.lammey@hcsmechanical.com W: hcsmechanical.com Joined: 2017 In-House: GHM Contracted Out: ABE Specialist Group: HAPS, SFG

Hestia Mechanical Building Services Ltd

2 Galvane Road, Edinburgh EH16 4WE T: 0131 460 9350 E: info@hestiamechanical.co.uk W: hestiamechanical.co.uk Contract Size: 2 Joined: 2019 In-House: ACDEGHJL

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Hutcheon Services Ltd

Bourtree House, Minto Drive, Altens Industrial Estate, Aberdeen AB12 3LW T: 01224 854900 E: martinl@hutcheon.services W: hutcheon.services Contract Size: 6 Joined: 1995 In-House: ABCGHIJMOSZ Contracted Out: LRTUVW Specialist Group: RACHP

I IES Callenberg Ltd

Lomond House, Wellington Circle, Redmoss, Aberdeen AB12 3JG T: 01224 894222 E: stuart.lockhead@callenberg.com Contract Size: 8 Joined: 1999 In-House: ABEFGIOSTUVYZ Contracted Out: CD Specialist Group: RACHP

Ingersoll-Rand UK Ltd

Unit 54, Grayshill Road, Westfield North, Cumbernauld, North Lanarkshire G68 9HQ T: 01236 785500 E: ewen.kerr@trane.com W: trane.com Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2017 In-House: ABEGOSUV Contracted Out: CIJPTW

J J L Com Ltd

The Lodge, Roddinglaw Bus's Park, Roddinglaw Road, Edinburgh EH12 9DB T: 0844 259 6600 E: info@jlcom.co.uk W: jlcom.co.uk Joined: 2019 In-House: ABEGHSV

James Frew Ltd

83 New Street, Stevenston, North Ayrshire KA20 3HD T: 01294 468113 E: roddy.frew@jamesfrew.co.uk W: jamesfrew.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1983 In-House: GHILMOSVZ Contracted Out: ABCDEQW Specialist Group: HAPS

James Watson Ventilation Ltd

8 Whitefriers Street, Perth PH1 1PP T: 01738 479004 E: jwventilation@yahoo.co.uk Contract Size: 3 Joined: 2009 In-House: E Contracted Out: ACMO Specialist Group: VG

John G Mackintosh Building Services Solutions

30 Dryden Road, Bilston Glen, Edinburgh, Midlothian EH20 9LZ T: 0131 668 1168 E: david.mcqueen@jgm.co.uk W: jgmackintosh.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2013 In-House: ABCDEGHJMOQSVWYZ Contracted Out: FIKLTUX

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MAQ (Air Conditioning) Ltd

KS Refrigeration, Airconditioning & Eco Heating

Laroch Beag, Ballachulish, Argyll PH49 4LB T: 01855 811641 E: info@ks-refrigeration.co.uk W: ks-refrigeration.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Joined: 1995 In-House: ABHOV

L Linaker Ltd

Alba Business Centre, Alba Campus, Livingston, West Lothian EH54 7EG T: 01506 668193 E: paul.threlfell@linaker.com Contract Size: 6 Joined: 1995 In-House: ABGHLMOSUVZ Contracted Out: FTWY Specialist Group: RACHP, SFG

Livingston Mechanical Services Ltd

Nettlehill Road, Houston Industrial Estate, Livingston, West Lothian EH54 5DL T: 01506 442669 E: admin@livingstonmechanical.co.uk W: livmech.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1994 In-House: CDEGHJKMPQSTX Contracted Out: ABFILORUVWYZ Specialist Group: SFG

Lothian Heating Services Ltd Edgefield Industrial Estate, Loanhead, Midlothian EH20 9TB T: 0131 440 2958 E: kevin@lothianheating.co.uk W: lothianheating.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Joined: 1977 In-House: CGKLMQS Contracted Out: ADRUVW Specialist Group: RACHP

Lovat's Catering Engineering Services Ltd

Muirhead, Mitchelston Ind Estate, Kirkcaldy, Fife KY1 3PB T: 01592 640643 E: alan.tullis@lovatsgroup.co.uk W: lovatscatering.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Joined: 2006 In-House: ABEOS Specialist Group: VG

M Macdet Hygiene Services Ltd Top Floor Right, 2 Woodside Place, Glasgow G3 7QF T: 0141 647 4448 E: colin.mckenna@macdet.co.uk W: macdet.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Joined: 2014 In-House: STY Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

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Unit 5, Prospect Court, Priestfield Industrial Estate, Blantyre, South Lanarkshire G72 0JA T: 01698 720016 E: william.morrison15@ btinternet.com W: maqairconditioning.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Joined: 2001 In-House: ABOS Contracted Out: CGIMV Specialist Group: RACHP

McKenna Mechanical Services (Scotland) Ltd

Unit L, Charles Bowman Avenue, Claverhouse Industrial Park, Dundee DD4 9UB T: 01382 768768 E: pam@mckenna.group Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2013 In-House: DGILMOSZ Contracted Out: ABCEHJPQTUWXY

McTear Contracts Ltd

Unit 12 Canyon Road, Netherton Industrial Estate, Wishaw, North Lanarkshire ML2 0EG T: 01698 373000 E: jonathon@mctearcontracts.co.uk W: mctearcontracts.co.uk Joined: 2019 In-House: H

Meadowburn Mechanical Services Ltd Unit 5, 5 Campsie Road, Kirkintilloch, Glasgow G66 1SL T: 0141 776 6262 E: info@meadowburn.co.uk W: meadowburn.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2002 In-House: ACGHILMOTUW Contracted Out: FKPQRSXYZ

MEL (Dust & Fume Control) Ltd

1 Napier Court, Wardpark, Cumbernauld, North Lanarkshire G68 0LG T: 01236 721888 E: douglas@mel-dustandfume.co.uk W: mel-dustandfume.co.uk Contract Size: 3 Joined: 2010 In-House: ACDEIV Specialist Group: VG

MGB Services Ltd

39 Southburn Road, Airdrie, Lanarkshire ML6 9AD T: 01236 770545 E: markgreenaway@ mgbservicesltd.co.uk W: mgbservicesltd.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Joined: 2012 In-House: ESWZ Contracted Out: CDUY Specialist Group: SFG

Milton Sheet Metal Works Ltd

6/2 Butlerfield Ind. Estate, Bonnyrigg, Midlothian EH19 3JQ T: 01875 825641 E: enquiries@milton-ventilation.com W: milton-ventilation.com Contract Size: 3 Joined: 2001 In-House: CE Contracted Out: IV Specialist Group: VG

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Mitsubishi Electric Europe BV

Enterprise House, Springkerse Business Park, Stirling FK7 7UF T: 01786 450348 E: geoff.turton@meuk.mee.com W: les.mitsubishielectric.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 1993 In-House: ABOSV Contracted Out: JW Specialist Group: RACHP

Morris & Spottiswood Ltd 54 Helen Street, Govan, Glasgow G51 3HQ T: 0141 425 1133 E: donald.bain@ morrisandspottiswood.co.uk W: morrisandspottiswood.co.uk Joined: 2014 In-House: ACEGMS Specialist Group: SFG

N N G Bailey Ltd

Solais House, Phoenix Crescent, Strathclyde Business Park, Bellshill ML4 3NJ T: 01698 743400 E: kevin.mcgrory@ngbailey.co.uk W: ngbailey.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Joined: 1983 In-House: GIJKMOPQSUVXZ Contracted Out: CDEFHLTWY

Network Refrigeration & Air Conditioning

Unit 3, Balintore Industrial Estate, Balintore, Ross-shire IV20 1XN T: 01862 832682 E: samsummersbee@yahoo.com W: networkrefrigeration.co.uk Contract Size: 3 Joined: 1997 In-House: ABFGILOUVW Specialist Group: RACHP

O Omega Cleaning Solutions Ltd

90 King Street, Rutherglen, South Lanarkshire G73 1JS T: 07738 490557 E: info@omegacleaningsolutions.com W: omegacleaningsolutions.co.uk/ extraction-duct-cleaning Joined: 2018 In-House: T

P Paul Heat Recovery Scotland

Unit D, Pitreavie Business Park, Pitreavie Crescent, Dunfermline, Fife KY11 8PU T: 01383 221255 E: stefan@paulheatrecovery.co.uk W: paulheatrecovery.co.uk Contract Size: 1 Joined: 2018 In-House: CEHJS

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R L Rattray Ltd

PAUL Heat Recovery Scotland Unit D Pitreavie Business Park Pitreavie Drive, Dunfermline Fife KY11 8PU Tel: 01383 221 255 Email: info@paulheatrecovery.co.uk Website: www.paulheatrecovery.co.uk HEAT RECOVERY VENTILATION = HEALTH + COMFORT + SAVINGS PAUL Heat Recovery designs, supplies and installs top performance and silent MVHR systems for low-energy dwellings, Nearly Zero Energy and Passivhaus buildings. We have recently added demand-controlled Cascade Ventilation Systems with minimal ductwork for smaller dwellings, dMEV, Probiotic Air Purification, Bisque Designer Radiators and cooling panels, as well as remote controlling & monitoring options.

Platinum Facilities Maintenance

Unit 1, 2 Wilson Street, Hamilton ML3 0NH T: 01698 476999 E: accounts@platinumpm.co.uk W: platinumpm.co.uk Contract Size: 1 Joined: 2018 In-House: T

Premier Laboratory Systems Ltd

10 Tollpark Place, Wardpark East, Cumbernauld, Glasgow G68 0LN T: 01236 457545 E: j.hennessey@premierlabs.co.uk W: premierlabs.co.uk Contract Size: 3 Joined: 2000 In-House: ES Specialist Group: VG

Proair Conditioning Ltd

Pavillion 2, 3 Dava Street, Glasgow G51 2JA T: 0141 425 1010 E: gdelvin@proairuk.com W: proairuk.com Contract Size: 4 Joined: 2005 In-House: ABO Contracted Out: E Specialist Group: RACHP

ProAir Conditioning Ltd Pavilion 2, 3 Dava Street Glasgow G51 2JA Tel: 0141 425 1010 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. ProAir are SSIP compliant for our Health and Safety Systems as well as F Gas Accredited as per mandatory legal requirements. Additionally ALL engineers are qualified to City and Guilds standard under F Gas regulations as a minimum for Refrigerant Safe Handling

Pro-Duct (Fife) Ltd

Station Road, Cardenden, Lochgelly, Fife KY5 0BW T: 01592 720211 E: brian@pro-duct.co.uk W: pro-duct.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 1999 In-House: CE Contracted Out: DI Specialist Group: VG

Protech Heating Ltd

33-35 Lonmay Place, Queenslie Industrial Estate, Queenslie, Glasgow G33 4ER T: 0141 771 9567 E: info@protech-heating.com W: protech-heating.com Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2016 In-House: GHJMW

Protecht Cleaning & Support Services

Unit 3, Eastside Industrial Estate, Kilsyth Road, Kirkintilloch, East Dumbartonshire G66 1QG T: 0141 775 2069 E: tony@protecht-cleaning.com W: protecht-cleaning.com Joined: 2016 In-House: ET Specialist Group: VHB, VG

Unit 11, Sandy Road, Scone, Perth PH2 6LJ T: 01738 552413 E: office@rlrattray.co.uk W: rlrattray.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 1987 In-House: GHIJLMOSUVW Contracted Out: ACDE Specialist Group: HAPS, SFG

R Macdonald & Son

3 Carsegate Road, Carse Industrial Estate, Inverness, Highland IV3 8EX T: 01463 235540 E: r.mcdonaldandson@gmail.com W: rmacdonaldandson-inverness.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1995 In-House: CDE Specialist Group: VG

RCS

Block 1 New Street, Riccarton, Kilmarnock KA1 3NA T: 01563 546807 E: colin@rcslev.com W: rcslev.com Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2018 In-House: CDEIT Contracted Out: N Specialist Group: VHB

Richard Irvin FM Ltd

3 Centura Court, Nasmyth Place, Hillington Park, Glasgow G52 4PR T: 0141 556 8800 E: mark.buchan@richard-irvin.com W: richard-irvin.com Joined: 2018 In-House: ABS

Robertson Facilities Management Ltd

Robertson House, Castle Business Park, Stirling FK9 4TZ T: 01786 431600 E: j.lemon@robertson.co.uk W: robertson.co.uk/business/ robertson-facilities-management Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2010 In-House: ABGHJMSZ Cont'd Out: CDEFKLOPQRTUVWY Specialist Group: SFG

RoMech Facilities Management Ltd

107 Abercorn Street, Paisley PA3 4AT T: 0141 848 0888 E: brian@romechfm.co.uk W: romechfm.co.uk Contract Size: 1 Joined: 2016 In-House: EGS

S Scan Building Services Ltd 35 Byron Street, Dundee, Tayside DD3 6QT T: 01382 889700 E: graham@scanbs.co.uk W: scanbs.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1982 In-House: GHIJKMOQSVY Contracted Out: ABCDELPRTUWZ Specialist Group: HAPS


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Select Building Engineering Services Ltd

79 Bowman Street, Glasgow G42 8LF T: 0141 423 7706 E: john@sbeslimited.co.uk W: sbeslimited.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2001 In-House: ABCDEGHILMOPQX Contracted Out: STUVWYZ

Shine Hygiene Services Ltd 15 Kelvin Road North, Cumbernauld, Glasgow G67 2BD T: 01236 722262 E: jason@shinehygiene.co.uk W: shinehygiene.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2012 In-House: T Contracted Out: IV Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Sigma Engineering Product Design Ltd

19 Macadam Place, South Newmoor Industrial Estate, Irvine, Ayrshire KA11 4HP T: 01294 203374 E: info@sigmaepd.com W: sigmaepd.com Contract Size: 2 Joined: 2009 In-House: CEISTV Specialist Group: SFG, VG

Skanska Rashleigh Weatherfoil Ltd

Skanska Facilities Services, Excel House 'Eurocentral', 1 Renshaw Place, Holytown, Motherwell, Lanarkshire ML1 4UF T: 01698 735800 E: stephen.monaghan@skanska.co.uk W: skanska.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1947 In-House: FGKMOSZ Contracted Out: IPQUVY Specialist Group: SFG

SMS Maintenance Services Ltd

Glenburn House, 1 Bairds Crescent, Allanshaw Industrial Estate, Hamilton, Lanarkshire ML3 9FD T: 01698 200110 E: jonr@sms-uk.info Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2013 In-House: DEGHILMOPQSWZ Contracted Out: CUVXY Specialist Group: SFG

Soron Ltd

Unit 2d, Payne Street, Port Dundas, Glasgow G4 0LE T: 0141 333 9518 E: soronltd@aol.com Contract Size: 6 Joined: 1985 In-House: GLMOQ Contracted Out: IPR Specialist Group: SFG

SP Vent Ltd

Unit 16, Abercromby Bus's Centre, Glasgow G40 2DD T: 0141 551 0262 E: info@spvent.co.uk W: spvent.co.uk Contract Size: 1 Joined: 2016 In-House: CDET Specialist Group: VG

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Sparks Mechanical Services Ltd

Broadfold Road, Bridge of Don Industrial Estate, Aberdeen AB23 8EE T: 01224 704448 E: david.kirk@sparksms.co.uk W: sparksms.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 1969 In-House: ABHILPQSZ Contracted Out: OUW

Taylor & Fraser Ltd

117 Abercorn Street, Paisley, Renfrewshire PA3 4DH T: 0141 887 6151 E: alan.fortune@taylorandfraser.com W: taylorandfraser.com Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1940 In-House: GIJKLMOPQRZ Cont'd Out: ABCDEFHTUVWXY

Sparks Mechanical Services Ltd

41 Deerdykes View, Westfield Industrial Estate, Cumbernauld, Glasgow G68 9HN T: 01236 738000 E: jason.duncan@sparksms.co.uk W: sparksms.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 1969 In-House: ABGMSZ Contracted Out: C

Spie Ltd

2nd Floor, One Rutherglen Links, Rutherglen Links Business Park, Glasgow G73 1DF T: 0141 945 8900 E: Jason.dobson@spie.com Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1965 In-House: IJMOQSWXYZ Contracted Out: CDELPTUV Specialist Group: SFG

Spie Ltd

Leven House, 10 Lochside Place, Edinburgh EH12 9RG T: 0131 458 5555 E: Jason.dobson@spie.com Contract Size: 8 Joined: 1965 In-House: GHJMOSVWYZ Contracted Out: ABCDEFIKLPQTUX Specialist Group: SFG

Stothers (M & E) Ltd

Unit 1.1 Western Campus, Starling Way, Strathclyde Business Park, Bellshill, Glasgow ML4 3PU T: 0141 429 5709 E: gmcarthur@stothersm-e.co.uk W: stothersm-e.co.uk Joined: 2014 In-House: ACM Specialist Group: SFG

T T Clarke Contracting Ltd

6 Middlefield Road, Falkirk FK2 9AG T: 01324 888000 E: scott.callan@tclarke.co.uk W: tclarke-scotland.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Joined: 1999 In-House: GHIMOVYZ Contracted Out: ABU

Ventilation Technical Services

Unit 3 Phase 3, Lloyd Street, Rutherglen, Glasgow G73 1NP T: 0141 647 7181 E: vtskmcleod@yahoo.co.uk W: vts-maintenanceandcleaning.co.uk Contract Size: 2 Joined: 1997 In-House: T

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Taylor and Fraser Ltd

Abercorn Street, Paisley Renfrewshire PA3 4DH Tel: 0141 887 6151 Email: info@taylorandfraser.com Website: www.taylorandfraser.com Taylor and Fraser is a long established family business. We are specialists in mechanical and electrical 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!

SSE Contracting Ltd

Scotland Region, 10 Woodrow, Mossend, Eurocentral, Glasgow ML1 4YQ T: 01698 731567 E: colin.walker@sse.com Contract Size: 8 Joined: 2013 In-House: ABGHIJKMOSUZ Cont'd Out: CDEFLPQRTVWXY Specialist Group: SFG

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Unit 36-38 Easter Inch Court, Easter Inch Industrial Estate, Bathgate EH48 2FJ T: 01506 657316 E: gavin@costingroup.co.uk W: costingroup.co.uk Contract Size: 1 Joined: 2018 In-House: T

VES Andover Ltd

Tay House, Floor 2, Office 44, 300 Bath Street, Glasgow G2 4JR T: 01236 730420 E: J.glass@ves.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2007 In-House: BCEFGIJKSUVZ Contracted Out: ADOT Specialist Group: SFG

Vital Energi Utilities Ltd

Duart House, Finch Way, Strathclyde Business Park, Bellshill ML4 3PR T: 01698 744410 E: scott.lutton@vitalenergi.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Joined: 2002 In-House: GIKMOQSVX Contracted Out: RUWZ

W W Speirs & Sons Ltd

Thermocool Ltd

24 Victoria Street, Rutherglen, Rutherglen, Glasgow, Lanarkshire G73 1DS T: 0141 647 9871 E: service@tcool.co.uk W: tcool.co.uk Contract Size: 3 Joined: 1996 In-House: ABIMOPQSUV Contracted Out: CDKTZ Specialist Group: SFG

Truedeal Building Services Ltd

2 Blairtummock Place, Panorama Business Village, Glasgow G33 4EN T: 0141 771 1015 E: tmurphy@tbs-ltd.com W: tbs-ltd.com Contract Size: 6 Joined: 1995 In-House: GIJKLMOPQ Cont'd Out: ABCDEFRTUVWXYZ

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Portland Avenue, Industrial Estate, Irvine, Ayrshire KA12 8JD T: 01294 275434 E: mark@speirsvent.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Joined: 2013 In-House: AC Contracted Out: T Specialist Group: VG

WMQ Building Services

McArthur House, Netherton Cross, Wishaw, Lanarkshire ML2 0EF T: 01698 372113 E: admin@wmq.biz W: wmqscotland.com Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2011 In-House: GHMOXZ Cont'd Out: ABCDEFIKLPQRSTUVWY

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ACL Engineering Ltd

Accolade Building Services Ltd

ACP Environmental Ltd

62 Portsmouth Road, Cobham, Surrey KT11 1HY T: 01932 862238 E: mail@abwheating.co.uk W: abwheating.co.uk Contract Size: 1 Joined: 1979 In-House: HI Specialist Group: HAPS

A A & M Industrial Cleaning Ltd 90 Russell Ride, Cheshunt, Hertfordshire EN8 8TZ T: 01992 638218 E: services@aandmcleaning.co.uk W: aandmcleaning.co.uk Contract Size: 3 Joined: 2011 In-House: ET Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

New House, Christchurch Road, Ringwood, Hampshire BH24 3AP T: 01425 477777 E: chass@absme.co.uk W: absme.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1995 In-House: ABGIJMOZ Cont'd Out: CDEFHKLNPQRSTUVWXY Specialist Group: SFG

Wenta Business Centre, Unit 52, Colne Way, Watford, Hertfordshire WD24 7ND T: 020 8207 6969 E: richard@acsolutions.co.uk W: acsolutions.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2005 In-House: ABEHIOSV Contracted Out: CDNTZ Specialist Group: RACHP

54 Station Road, Orpington, Kent BR6 0SA T: 01689 891011 E: billywilgar@acwilgar.co.uk W: acwilgar.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2001 In-House: H Specialist Group: HAPS

A1R Services Ltd

Suite F Ground Floor, Breakspear Park, Breakspear Way, Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire HP2 4TZ T: 0845 617 1712 E: darren.parker@a1rservices.co.uk W: a1rservices.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2008 In-House: ABIOSV Contracted Out: CEFGMTUWZ Specialist Group: RACHP

AAC Group Ltd

Unit 15 Connect 10, Ashford Business Park, Foster Road, Ashford, Kent TN24 0FE T: 01233 663063 E: aphillips@ashfordac.co.uk W: ashfordac.co.uk Contract Size: 1 Joined: 2018 In-House: AGS

AB Refrigeration Contracting Ltd

Bank Chambers, 2 Church Street, Reigate, Surrey RH2 0AN T: 0333 900 0180 E: james.espin@abgroup.com W: abgroup.com Joined: 2012 In-House: ABWZ Specialist Group: RACHP

Anglia House, Sandown Road, Watford, Hertfordshire WD24 7UA T: 01923 249444 E: dst@aclengineering.co.uk W: aclengineering.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 1994 In-House: ABGM Contracted Out: C Specialist Group: RACHP, SFG

Rutherford House, 43 Terrace Road, Walton On Thames, Surrey KT12 2SP T: 01932 243982 E: shaun@acpenvironmental.co.uk W: acpenvironmental.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2015 In-House: STW Contracted Out: I Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Advanced Control Solutions Ltd

A C Solutions Group Ltd

A C Wilgar Ltd

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ABW Heating Ltd

Accolade Building Services Ltd New House, 154 Christchurch Road, Ringwood, Hampshire BH24 3AP Tel: 01425 477777 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 professionalism is our “ACCOLADE”

Accurate Cooling Services Ltd

147a London Road, Dunton Green, Sevenoaks, Kent TN13 2UP T: 01732 669202 E: mark@accuratecooling servicesltd.co.uk W: accuratecoolingservicesltd.com Contract Size: 2 Joined: 2009 In-House: ABO Contracted Out: SUZ Specialist Group: RACHP

Accurate Mechanical Services Ltd

Unit 18, Pegasus Court, North Lane, Aldershot, Hampshire GU12 4QP T: 01252 315000 E: david.james@ams.limited W: accurateac.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2002 In-House: ABCDEGILMOS Contracted Out: QTUWZ Specialist Group: RACHP

Unit 7, Bakersgate Courtyard, Ash Road, Pirbright, Surrey GU24 0NJ T: 01483 237812 E: P.Eshelby@ACS-SouthEast.com W: advancedcontrolsolutions.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Joined: 1998 In-House: GHLMSUVX Contracted Out: AEI Specialist Group: SFG

Air Quality Services Ltd

c/o Vectaire Ltd, Lincoln Road, Cressex Business Park, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire HP12 3RH T: 01494 444700 E: alexander.gaeta@ airqualityservices.co.uk W: airqualityservices.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2008 In-House: DE

Air Ref Ltd

Air Ref House, Little Yarrows, Guildford Road, Mayford, Guildford, Surrey GU22 0SD T: 01483 755440 E: info@airref.co.uk W: airref.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 1999 In-House: ABESV Contracted Out: OTZ

Aircon Services

Unit C4 Regent Park, Princes Estate, Princes Risborough, Buckinghamshire HP27 9LE T: 01844 348760 E: gavin@aircon-services.co.uk W: aircon-services.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2000 In-House: ABEGMO Contracted Out: CD Specialist Group: RACHP

Airconaire Ltd

Unit 6, Deacon Trading Estate, Knight Road, Strood, Rochester, Kent ME2 2AU T: 01634 711264 E: richard.allen@airconaire.co.uk W: airconaire.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1984 In-House: ABCEGIJKOPQSUX Contracted Out: DHLMNRTVWYZ Specialist Group: RACHP, SFG


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Arctic-Aircon Ltd

Aircon Services

Unit C4 Regent Park, Summerleys Road, Princes Risborough, Buckinghamshire HP27 9LE Tel: 01844 348760 Email: sales@aircon-services.co.uk Website: www.aircon-services.co.uk At Aircon Services, we’ve been helping our customers reduce their energy costs whilst ensuring their businesses are kept cool for over 30 years. Fast, professional installation of air conditioning, evaporative cooling and commercial heating systems. All our work is performed by our highly skilled engineers. We focus on ensuring your business isn’t interrupted, keeping a clean, quiet environment and maximising longevity. Over the years we’ve developed a reputation for providing an excellent service. We will ensure you receive tailored care and attention from every single member of our team before, during and after we complete any work.

Airflow Design Services Ltd 8 Colne Way Court, Colne Way, Watford, Hertfordshire WD24 7NE T: 01923 232360 E: info@airflowdesignservices.co.uk W: airflowdesignservices.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2013 In-House: ABCEIST Specialist Group: VG

Rowlandson House, 289-297 Ballards Lane, North Finchley, London N12 8NP T: 0203 384 5010 E: peter@arctic-aircon.ltd.uk W: arctic-aircon.ltd.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2011 In-House: ABIO Specialist Group: RACHP

Arnold James

1 Metro Centre, Ronsons Way, St Albans, Hertfordshire AL4 9QT T: 01727 851477 E: buildingservicesengineering@ arnoldjames.com W: arnoldjames.com Contract Size: 6 Joined: 1963 In-House: ABGHILMVWZ Contracted Out: ET

Aspect Maintenance Services Ltd

Unit E7, Barwell Business Park, Chessington, Surrey KT9 2NY T: 0844 884 1180 E: will.davies@aspect.co.uk W: aspect-maintenance.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2008 In-House: ABCDEFGHIJKLMOPQSTUVWXYZ Specialist Group: SFG

Aspen A.C. Ltd

Apex Way, Hailsham, East Sussex BN27 3WA T: 01323 849955 E: info@aspen-ac.co.uk W: aspen-ac.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 1996 In-House: ABI Cont'd Out: O Specialist Group: RACHP

Airtemp AC Ltd

18 Theaklen Drive, Ponswood Ind Est, St Leonards on Sea, East Sussex TN38 9AZ T: 0845 872 5657 E: vanessa.green@airtempac.co.uk W: airtempac.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2006 In-House: ABIS Contracted Out: CT Specialist Group: RACHP, SFG

All-Clean Environmental Services Ltd

International House, Southampton Int'l Business Park, George Curl Way, Southampton, Hampshire SO18 2RZ T: 023 8030 2033 E: j.white@allcleanes.com W: allcleanes.com Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2011 In-House: T Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Apleona HSG Ltd

Huxley House, Weyside Business Park, Cattleshall Lane, Godalming, Surrey GU7 1XE T: 01483 428674 E: cary.donaldson@apleona.com Joined: 2007 In-House: ABGMOSUZ Contracted Out: TVWY Specialist Group: SFG

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Aura Construction Ltd

236 Blackfen Road, Sidcup, Kent DA15 8PW T: 0845 520 2214 E: info@auraconstruction.co.uk W: aura.construction Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2014 In-House: ABCDEFGHIJKOSTVZ Contracted Out: PQUWXY Specialist Group: RACHP

B B M Air Ltd

Unit 1b, Lakeview, Old Hollow, Worth, West Sussex RH10 4TA T: 01293 885577 E: paul@bmair.co.uk W: bmair.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2009 In-House: ABHIS Cont'd Out: CEFJKLPQRTUWXYZ Specialist Group: RACHP

Barrier Air Conditioning Ltd

Unit 12 Nepicar Park, London Road, Wrotham, Kent TN15 7AF T: 01689 891616 E: neilw@barrierac.com W: barrierac.com Contract Size: 6 Joined: 1990 In-House: ABOS Contracted Out: CDEFGHJKMPQTUVWXYZ Specialist Group: RACHP

Battledore Ltd

Unit 17 Wrotham Business Park, Wrotham Park, Barnet, Hertfordshire EN5 4SZ T: 020 8275 1014 E: rcurrie@battledore.co.uk W: battledore.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2009 Contracted Out: ABCDEFGIKLMNOQUVWYZ

Baystar Energy Efficient Systems

ASPEN Air Conditioning & Heat Pumps Apex Way, Hailsham BN27 3WA Head Office Tel: 01323 849 955 London Office Tel: 0207 412 8931 Email: info@aspen-ac.co.uk Website: www.aspen-ac.co.uk

Established in 1986, Aspen has been providing quality design and installation of bespoke air conditioning systems in all business sectors successfully for over 30 years. Aspen is a trusted partner of leading suppliers Daikin and Mitsubishi – recently becoming one of a select few businesses in the UK to be made a Diamond Quality Partner. Our dedicated service division provides Planned Maintenance, service and repair services which, coupled with the offer of 7-10 year warranties, provides our customers with long term peace of mind. Whether you are an end-user, Main Contractor or M&E Contractor, you can trust your next project to Aspen. Please contact us for a personalised and quality service.

Beechover Court, Forest Road, Colgate, West Sussex RH12 4SY T: 01293 851459 E: info@baystar.co.uk W: baystar.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2013 In-House: GHLM Cont'd Out: OZ Specialist Group: HAPS

Bennett Mechanical Services Ltd

Unit 34, Portland Court, Kingsway, Luton, Bedfordshire LU4 8HA T: 01582 417931 E: phil@bennettmechanical services.co.uk W: bennettmechanicalservices.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2004 In-House: GHIKLMOPQRV Cont'd Out: ABCDEFSTUWXYZ

BHW Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Ltd

Unit 7, Chiltern Business Centre, Garsington Road, Oxford, Oxfordshire OX4 6NG T: 01865 774257 E: enquiries@bhwoxford.co.uk W: bhwoxford.co.uk Contract Size: 2 Joined: 2008 In-House: ABFIJOSUV Contracted Out: CDELPQTWZ Specialist Group: RACHP

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Bower Fuller

Unit 68 The Base, Dartford Bus Park, Victoria Rd, Dartford, Kent DA1 5FS T: 01473 272277 E: jstevens@bowerfuller.co.uk W: bowerfuller.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1968 In-House: GHMSVZ Cont'd Out: ABCDEFIKLOPQRTUWXY

Bridge Facilities Engineers Ltd

Unit 4, Handford Crt, Garston Lane, Watford, Hertfordshire WD25 9EJ T: 0844 880 2284 E: hayleyhoward@ bridgefacilities.co.uk W: bridgefacilitiesengineers.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2002 In-House: ABGHJLMOPQRSUVWYZ Contracted Out: CDEFIKX Specialist Group: SFG

BSW Building Services Ltd

Rock Lodge Vineyard, Lewes Road, Scaynes Hill, West Sussex RH17 7NG T: 01444 831138 E: mbenstead@bsw-bs.co.uk W: bsw-bs.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1992 In-House: GHILMO Contracted Out: EKQWX Specialist Group: HAPS, SFG

BTU (Installation & Maintenance ) Ltd

38 Weyside Road, Guildford, Surrey GU1 1JB T: 01483 590600 E: paul.merritt@btu-group.com W: btu-group.com Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1974 In-House: ABGHIJLMOSVWXZ Contracted Out: CEFNPQRTUY Specialist Group: SFG

Buckler Environmental Services Ltd

Aldwych House, Madeira Road, West Byfleet, Surrey KT14 6ES T: 01932 351000 E: steve@bucklerac.com W: bucklerac.com Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2007 In-House: ABGIMO Contracted Out: CEFRUVWYZ

Burgate Plumbing & Heating Ltd

16 Baxter Way, Kings Hill, West Malling, Kent ME19 4BB T: 01732 220951 E: info@burgateplumbing.com W: burgateplumbing.com Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2007 In-House: DEGHLMOUW Contracted Out: ABCI Specialist Group: HAPS

C C & I Controls

Unit 3, Marchmont Gate, Maxted Road, Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire HP2 7BE T: 01442 240900 E: mick@cicontrols.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 1998 In-House: ACDEGIOS Contracted Out: BT

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C Watkins Plumbing Ltd

Leigh Road, Haine Industrial Estate, Ramsgate, Kent CT12 5EU T: 01843 852277 E: tony.murphy@watkins-group.co.uk W: watkins.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2009 In-House: ADEGHIMOQSVZ Contracted Out: CFKLTUWY

Calibre Building Services Ltd Robert Denholm House, Bletchingley Road, Nutfield, Surrey RH1 4HW T: 01737 824045 E: Debbie@CalibreBSL.co.uk W: calibre.gb.com Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2012 In-House: AGS Contracted Out: FTUWY Specialist Group: SFG

Carb'n-Off Ltd

Unit 22, Anglo Trade Park, Fishponds Road, Wokingham, Berkshire RG41 2AN T: 0118 982 8960 E: luka@carbn-off.co.uk W: carbn-off.co.uk Joined: 2019 In-House: T

CBRE Managed Services Ltd

725 Capability Green, Luton LU1 3LU T: 01582 435950 E: ron.celiz@cbre.com Contract Size: 8 Joined: 1985 In-House: ABCDEFGHIJKLMOPQRSTUVWXYZ Specialist Group: SFG

CBRE Managed Services Ltd

115 Whitby Road, First Floor, Slough, Berkshire SL1 3DR T: 01753 698850 E: andy.glasspool@ norlandmanagedservices.co.uk W: norlandmanagedservices.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Joined: 1985 In-House: ABCDEFGHIJKLMOPQRSTUVWXYZ Specialist Group: SFG

CBRE Managed Services Ltd

Swan House, Northcroft Lane, Newbury, Berkshire RG14 1BN T: 01635 277999 E: pete.belmore@ norlandmanagedservices.co.uk W: norlandmanagedservices.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Joined: 1985 In-House: ABCDEFGHIJKLMOPQRSTUVWXYZ Specialist Group: SFG

CBS Maintenance Services Ltd

Valiant House, 3 Twistleton Court, Priory Hill, Dartford, Kent DA1 2EN T: 01322 287733 E: les@cbsmsl.com W: cbsmaintenanceservices.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2001 In-House: HS Specialist Group: SFG

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Centurion Air Conditioning Ltd

Comfort Service & Maintenance Ltd

Clean Air (UK) Ltd

Commercial Hydronic Systems Ltd

21 Chatsworth Road, Cheam, Sutton, Surrey SM3 8PJ T: 020 8643 0100 E: hilary@centurion-ac.com W: centurion-ac.com Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2011 In-House: ABIOSV Contracted Out: CDENTU Specialist Group: RACHP

Oakleigh Manor, Plum Pudding Lane, Dargate, Faversham, Kent ME13 9HB T: 01227 752783 E: andrew@cleanairuk.com W: cleanairuk.com Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2014 In-House: ACEFSTW Contracted Out: Y Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Cleana Kitchens Ltd

Twisted Stone Golf Club, Pyrford Road, Woking, Surrey GU22 8UE T: 07785 795088 E: andybell@cleanakitchens.com Joined: 2019 In-House: T Specialist Group: VHB

Cleansafe Services (UK) Ltd 24 Ullswater Crescent, Coulsdon, Surrey CR5 2AE T: 0800 998 1196 E: cliff.hone@cleansafeservices.co.uk W: cleansafeservices.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2007 In-House: E Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Clear Duct Ltd

6 Bitterne Ave, Reading RG31 4SP T: 0118 418 1108 E: office@clear-duct.co.uk W: clear-duct.co.uk Joined: 2018 In-House: T

Clearwater Technology Ltd

Unit 10, Merse Road, North Moo Ind Est, Redditch, Worcestershire B98 9HL T: 0152 787 5700 E: nick.tregaskes@clearwater.eu.com W: clearwater.eu.com Contract Size: 6 Joined: 1995 In-House: FTW Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Clearwater Technology Ltd

Unit 6, Stort Valley Ind Estate, Stansted Road, Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire CM23 2TU T: 01279 464430 E: darren.poore@clearwater.eu.com W: clearwater.eu.com Contract Size: 6 Joined: 1995 In-House: FTW Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Comfort Works, Newchapel Road, Lingfield, Surrey RH7 6LE T: 01342 830610 E: harvey@comfort.uk.com W: comfort.uk.com Contract Size: 6 Joined: 1996 In-House: ABGOS Contracted Out: CELQTUVW Specialist Group: SFG

Unit 12, Home Farm, Eynsford, Dartford, Kent DA4 0AE T: 020 8302 8149 E: nik@chsystems.cc W: CHsystems.cc Contract Size: 4 Joined: 2014 In-House: GHLM Contracted Out: ACDEW Specialist Group: HAPS

Complete Facilities Solutions Ltd

Unit 3, Windsor Park, 50 Windsor Ave, Wimbledon, London SW19 2TJ T: 0800 313 4133 E: robert.ewing@comfacsol.co.uk W: completefacilitiessolutions.co.uk Contract Size: 6 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 T: 0845 094 6465 E: sales@completehvacservices.co.uk W: completehvac.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2009 In-House: ABGIMOSUVZ Specialist Group: RACHP

Constant Air Systems Ltd

Unit L, Castle Estate, Turnpike Way, Cressex Business Park, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire HP12 3TF T: 01494 469529 E: martin.wigginton@constantair.co.uk W: constantair.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1969 In-House: GIKMOPQRSX Contracted Out: ABCDEFLTUWYZ Specialist Group: VG

Contract Ventilation Services Ltd

Unit 1, Pound Lane, Kingsnorth, Ashford, Kent TN23 3JE T: 01233 622007 E: ian@cvs.uk.com Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2009 In-House: ACDES Specialist Group: VG

Cooltech Building Services Ltd

The Old Forge, Rear Of 1 Burfield Rd, Old Windsor, Berkshire SL4 2RB T: 01753 868117 E: stuart.cann@cooltech.co.uk W: cooltech.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2000 In-House: ABCDEFGHILMOSWZ Contracted Out: KPQRTUVXY Specialist Group: RACHP

Corrigenda Ltd

Unit 3, Mitchell Close, Segensworth East, Fareham, Hampshire PO15 5SE T: 0148 9557667 E: steve.whitworth@corrigenda.co.uk W: corrigenda.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2005 In-House: ABGHJKLMOPQSUVXZ Contracted Out: CDEFINTWY

Court Services-Coolserv Air Conditioning

Unit 34 Easter Park, Benyon Road, Silchester, Reading, Berkshire RG7 2PQ T: 01753 533712 E: paulbirdsey@court-services.co.uk W: coolserv.co.uk Contract Size: 3 Joined: 2006 In-House: AIZ Specialist Group: RACHP

Cromwell Engineering Ltd

1b Cromwell Rd, Walton-On-Thames, Surrey KT12 3NL T: 01932 224335 E: alex@cromwellengineering.com W: cromwellengineering.com Contract Size: 5 Joined: 1973 In-House: EGHIMSV Cont'd Out: ABCDLOPQRTUWZ Specialist Group: SFG

Crown House Technologies Bridge Place 2, Anchor Boulevard, Admiral Park, Crossways, Kent DA2 6SN T: 01322 296200 E: Nmead@laingorourke.com W: crownhouse.com Contract Size: 8 Joined: 1904 In-House: EGHIJKMPQUVZ Contracted Out: ABCDFLORTWY Specialist Group: RACHP, SFG

Crowthorne Heating Co Ltd

4a Dukes Ride, Crowthorne, Berkshire RG45 6LT T: 01344 772397 E: crowthorneheating@tiscali.co.uk W: crowthorneheating.com Contract Size: 5 Joined: 1969 In-House: GHLMS Contracted Out: ABCDEORTUWZ Specialist Group: HAPS

Cryotron Consultancy Ltd

2 Waldeck Rd, Dartford, Kent DA1 1UA T: 01322 224999 E: info@cryotron.co.uk Joined: 2018 In-House: AG

Cube Airconditioning Ltd 83 Queenhythe Road, Guildford, Surrey GU4 7NU T: 0844 502 7670 E: dgrover@cubeacltd.com W: cubeacltd.com Contract Size: 3 Joined: 2006 In-House: ABISV Specialist Group: SFG

Cyclone Ducting & Extraction Services Ltd

Cyclone House, 60 Queensway, Banbury, Oxfordshire OX16 9NG T: 07909 601295 E: andrea@cycloneducting.co.uk W: cycloneducting.com Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2010 In-House: CDEV Specialist Group: SFG, VHB


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Decimo Project Engineering Ltd

D & B Mechanical Ltd

1a Putton Lane, Chickerell, Weymouth, Dorset DT3 4AD T: 01305 783932 E: info@dandbmechanical.co.uk W: dandbmechanical.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Joined: 2013 In-House: GHJKMOQS Cont'd Out: ABCDEFILPTUVWXYZ

D.C.I. Refrigeration & Electrical Ltd

Unit 1, Warrior Business Centre, Fitzherbert Road, Portsmouth, Hampshire PO6 1TX T: 023 9238 1799 E: becky@dcirefrigeration.co.uk W: dcirefrigeration.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2011 In-House: ABIOSZ Contracted Out: HT Specialist Group: RACHP

Darwood Mechanical Services Ltd

8 Ryecroft Court, Hatfield Road, St Albans, Hertfordshire AL4 0SW T: 01727 610586 E: charlotte@ darwoodmechanicalservices.co.uk W: darwoodmechanicalservices.co.uk Contract Size: 1 Joined: 2018 In-House: CDEGH Specialist Group: HAPS

DCUK FM

1 Woodfield Road, Welwyn Garden City Hertfordshire AL7 1JQ Tel: 0330 124 5671 Email: info@dcukfm.com Website: www.dcukfm.com DCUKFM are leading experts in; • Ductwork Cleaning • Kitchen Extract Cleaning • General Ventilation Cleaning • Ventilation Surveys • Fire Damper Checks & Maintenance • Ventilation Fire Risk Assessments • Social Housing Ventilation • BESA Accredited Training • Inspecting & Testing of LEV Systems • Ventilation CCTV Surveys • TR19 Compliance Surveys • Licenced Decontamination of Ductwork Systems • Operating Theatre Ventilation Cleaning • Qualified Fire Risk Assessors • Asbestos Removal • Building Refurbishment Nationwide – various regional offices DCUK FM: The country’s leading ventilation hygiene, ductwork cleaning and asbestos remediation specialists

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Room 5 Ground Floor, Fountain House, Anchor Boulevard, Dartford DA2 6QH T: 0203 862 4955 E: benmartin@decimoprojects.com W: decimoprojects.com Contract Size: 1 Joined: 2018 In-House: AG Specialist Group: HAPS

Degrees of Comfort

Lake House, 2 Lakeside, Summerleaze Road, Maidenhead, Berkshire SL6 8HZ T: 01628 780803 E: kevin@degreesofcomfort.co.uk W: degreesofcomfort.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Joined: 2012 In-House: ABCIOSV Contracted Out: ET Specialist Group: RACHP

Dewco Ltd

Units 7 & 8, Millstream Trading Est, Christchurch Road, Ringwood, Hampshire BH24 3SD T: 01425 483436 E: rob@dewco.co.uk W: dewco.co.uk Contract Size: 1 Joined: 1988 In-House: ACDGHI

Dixon Mechanical Services Ltd

E

ENGIE FM Ltd

E & B Group Ltd

Ravendene House, 21 Brighton Rd, Crawley, West Sussex RH10 6AE T: 01293 453700 E: jmthomas@e-b.co.uk W: e-b.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1994 In-House: CGY Cont'd Out: AFIKMPQRSTUVWXZ

E & S Heating & Ventilation Ltd

Diplocks Way, Hailsham, East Sussex BN27 3JF T: 01323 845492 E: kayruffell@esgroup.co.uk W: esgroup.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Joined: 2011 In-House: CE Contracted Out: ADT Specialist Group: VG

E7 Building Services Ltd

No 1 Waterside, Station Road, Harpenden, Hertfordshire AL5 4US T: 01933 426777 E: nigel.smith@ e7buildingservices.co.uk W: e7bsl.co.uk Contract Size: 1 Joined: 2017 In-House: GHU

ECE Cleaning Services Ltd

59 Ringwood Road, Ferndown, Dorset BH22 9AA T: 01202 581000 E: charlotte@dixonmechanical.com W: dixonmechanical.com Contract Size: 6 Joined: 1976 In-House: GIMO Contracted Out: ABCDELRW

Hillcrest House, 51 Woodcote Road, Wallington, Surrey SM6 0LT T: 0203 757 7150 E: info@ececleaning.co.uk W: ececleaning.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2013 In-House: ET Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Ductclean UK Ltd

Ecoloution Group

1 Woodfield Road, Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire AL7 1JQ T: 0870 112 9196 E: paul.davies@ductclean.co.uk W: ductclean.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Joined: 2003 In-House: T Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Ecolution House, London Road, Addington, Kent ME19 5SH T: 0845 266 6558 E: andrew.knapp@ ecolutionrenewables.com W: ecolutiongroup.com Contract Size: 6 Joined: 1998 In-House: OZ Specialist Group: HAPS

Ductwork Compliance Ltd

EDS Ltd

Unit 17, Greenway Business Centre, Harlow, Essex CM19 5QE T: 0844 474 2216 E: titus.w@dwcompliance.co.uk W: dwcompliance.co.uk Joined: 2018 In-House: T

DWHP Ltd

Suite 5A, Aspect House, Pattenden Lane, Marden, Kent TN12 9QJ T: 01622 831649 E: jackie@dwhp.co.uk W: dwhp.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2000 In-House: ABDGHIJLMOU Contracted Out: CERWZ Specialist Group: HAPS

3 Dodman Green, Tattenhoe, Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire MK4 3AJ T: 01908 867533 E: sales@eds-aircon.co.uk W: eds-aircon.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Joined: 2010 In-House: ABCDGHIJOSUZ Contracted Out: EFKLMPQTWXY Specialist Group: VG

Empire Specialist Services Ltd

Regus Building, Cardinal Point, Park Road, Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire WD3 1RE T: 01923 432708 E: neil@empirespecialistservices.co.uk W: empirespecialistservices.co.uk Joined: 2019 In-House: ACDEGHSUV

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Pacific House, Imperial Way, Reading, Berkshire RG2 0TF T: 0118 931 5299 E: edward.watt@engie.com Joined: 2007 In-House: ABS Specialist Group: RACHP, SFG

Enigma Environmental Services Ltd

Unit 7, Chiltern Enterprise Centre, Station Road, Theale, Berkshire RG7 4AA T: 0118 930 3766 E: malcolm.thomson@enigmaesl.com W: enigmaesl.com Contract Size: 4 Joined: 2003 In-House: ABI Contracted Out: O Specialist Group: RACHP

Environmental Maintenance Services Ltd 53-55 College Road, Bromley, Kent BR1 3QG T: 020 8289 7178 E: ian.childs@e-m-services.co.uk W: e-m-services.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 1997 In-House: FGHJLMOSUZ Contracted Out: ABEKPQTVWXY

Envirotech Services Ltd

Envirotech House, 1 Main Road, Marlpit Hill, Edenbridge, Kent TN8 6JE T: 01732 865171 E: richard.jashek@eslgb.com Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1998 In-House: GIM Contracted Out: BCEHLRSTUVWZ

ErgoPlus Facilities Ltd

ErgoPlus House, 11 Wantage Road, Eddington, Hungerford RG17 0HG T: 01488 682806 E: arthur.carrington@ ergoplusfacilities.co.uk W: ergoplusfacilities.co.uk Contract Size: 1 Joined: 2018 In-House: ABCDEGHIJLMORSVWYZ Contracted Out: KPQTUX

Exoair Kitchen Ventilation Solutions Ltd 8 Gladepoint, Gleamingwood Drive, Lordswood, Chatham, Kent ME5 8RF T: 01634 296400 E: sian@exoair.com W: exoair.com Joined: 2018 In-House: E

F F G Alden Ltd

Langford Locks, Kidlington, Oxfordshire OX5 1LJ T: 01865 855000 E: mjm@aldenltd.co.uk W: aldenltd.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Joined: 1983 In-House: GHIJKMOPQSV Cont'd Out: ABCDEFLRTUWXYZ

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F N Rice (Pirbright) Ltd

Toad Hall, Vapery Lane, Pirbright, Woking, Surrey GU24 0QD T: 01483 472005 E: derek.love@fnrice.com W: pirbrightgroup.com Contract Size: 6 Joined: 1965 In-House: ABGHILMOSUZ Contracted Out: CDEJPQTWX Specialist Group: HAPS

F W Marsh (Electrical & Mechanical) Ltd

FASCEL Group

32 Camford Way, Sundon Park, Luton, Bedfordshire LU3 3AN T: 01582 560606 E: andy.carr@fascel.co.uk W: fascel.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2006 In-House: GHM Contracted Out: CI

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Ryde Business Park, Nicholson Road, Ryde, I sle of Wight PO33 1BF T: 01983 562109 E: paul.g.kelly@btconnect.com W: fwmarsh.com Contract Size: 6 Joined: 1992 In-House: ABGHMZ Specialist Group: SFG

G Tech Building Services Ltd

F&S Maintenance Ltd

G4S Secure Solutions (Guernsey) Ltd

High House Farm, Ockendon Road, Corbets Tey, Upminster RM14 2DN T: 01708 228184 E: mark@fandsmaintenance.co.uk W: fandsmaintenance.co.uk Joined: 2019 In-House: CDESV

Fan Rescue Ltd

39 Deer Park Way, Waltham Abbey, Essex EN9 3YN T: 0203 308 2936 E: enquiries@fanrescue.co.uk W: fanrescue.co.uk Joined: 2018 In-House: ACDE

Farmwood M & E Services Ltd

Unit A4, St Georges Business Park, Castle Road, Sittingbourne, Kent ME10 3TB T: 01795 857840 E: dave@farmwood.co.uk W: farmwood.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Joined: 2012 In-House: ABDEGHLMORSZ Contracted Out: CFJKPQTUWXY Specialist Group: RACHP

Unit 8A Connors Yard, Beeches Rd, Crowborough, East Sussex TN6 2AH T: 01892 660000 E: gary@g-techbuildingservices.com W: g-techbuildingservices.com Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2009 In-House: ABGIO Cont'd Out: CDEJKLMPQRSTUVWXY

G4S House, Lowlands Ind Estate, Braye Road, Vale, Guernsey GY3 5XH T: 01481 265133 E: mark.falla@gg.g4s.com Contract Size: 6 Joined: 1995 In-House: ADEGHIJLMOSVYZ Contracted Out: CFKPQTUWX Specialist Group: RACHP

Gatwick Park Mechanical Services Ltd Unit 22 Graylands Estate, Langhurstwood Road, Horsham, Surrey RH12 4QD T: 01403 210808 E: jenny@gatwickpark.co.uk W: gatwickpark.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Joined: 1984 In-House: AGIM Contracted Out: BCLVW Specialist Group: HAPS

GCSC Ltd

Unit 120 Maddison House, 226 High Street, Croydon, Surrey CR9 1DF T: 020 8681 1694 E: gcsoffice@btinternet.com Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2011 In-House: ST Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Gee-Bec Services Ltd

Farmwood M&E Services Ltd Ventilation And IAQ Specialists

Unit A4, St Georges Business Park, Castle Road, Sittingbourne Kent ME10 3TB Tel: 01795 857840 Email: info@farmwood.co.uk Website: www.farmwood.co.uk BESA NATIONAL CONTRACTOR OF THE YEAR 2018 See our advert on Page 32

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Unit 5, Maplehurst Close, Dartford, Kent DA2 7WX T: 01322 621450 E: brian.woodley@ geebecservices.co.uk W: geebecservices.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2007 In-House: DGHIJMOZ Cont'd Out: ABCELPQSTUVWXY

Gelidus Ltd

Unit 7 Chiltern Enterprise Centre, Station Road, Theale, Reading, Berkshire RG7 4AA T: 0118 930 4404 E: steve@gelidus.com W: gelidus.com Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2012 In-House: ABO Specialist Group: RACHP

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Hedley Visick Ltd

H & C Contracts Ltd

Unit 3 Holt Barns Business Park, The Kilns, Frith End Road, Frith End, Bordon, Hampshire GU35 0QW T: 01420 488281 E: malcolm@hccontracts.co.uk W: hccontracts.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 1984 In-House: ABGIJMOS Contracted Out: CDEQTUVW Specialist Group: RACHP

Hadene Building Services Unit 7 The Enterprise Centre, Revenge Road, Lordswood, Chatham, Kent ME5 8UD T: 01634 673700 E: martinh@hadene.co.uk W: hadene.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Joined: 1986 In-House: ABEGHMOPS Contracted Out: IRTUWYZ Specialist Group: SFG

Halton Foodservice Ltd

11 Laker Road, Airport Ind Estate, Rochester, Kent ME1 3QX T: 01634 666111 E: steve.mason@halton.com W: halton.com/foodservice Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1988 In-House: EU Contracted Out: ACT Specialist Group: SFG, VG

1 Wannock Avenue, Eastbourne, East Sussex BN20 9RS T: 01323 488411 E: office@hedleyvisick.co.uk W: hedleyvisick.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 1974 In-House: GHLMOV Contracted Out: ABCDEIW Specialist Group: HAPS

Hemlow Ltd

Suite B, 1st Floor, 1 Suffolk Way, Sevenoaks, Kent TN13 1YL T: 020 8293 6606 E: graham.witt@hemlow.com W: hemlow.com Contract Size: 6 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 T: 01727 810555 E: BChapman@hollywell.co.uk W: hollywell.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 1999 In-House: ABGHIMPQSZ Contracted Out: CDELOUVW Specialist Group: SFG

I ICS (Hygiene) Ltd

22 Derwent Drive, Orpington, Kent BR5 1EW T: 01689 832949 E: pnewman@icshygiene.co.uk W: icshygiene.com Contract Size: 1 Joined: 2016 In-House: T

Hawkes Refrigeration Engineers

2-6 Gibcracks, Basildon, Essex SS14 1PE Tel: 01268 556663 Email: service@refrigeration-uk.com Website: refrigeration-uk.com Hawkes - a customer focused family business established in 1966. We have an excellent working relationship with; Queen Mary University of London, University of East London; Tower Hamlets; Thames Technology; Energy Developments UK; to name but a few.... We are specialist contractors with a vast knowledge in the design, supply, installation, service and maintenance of commercial and industrial refrigeration, ventilation, air-conditioning, chilled water and all aspects of electrical services. Hawkes Refrigeration Engineers is one of the longest standing and well-respected specialist companies in the South East region.

ICS Industrial & Commercial Systems Ltd

Riverbridge House, Fetcham Grove, Guilford Road, Leatherhead, Surrey KT22 9AD T: 0845 094 2783 E: darren@icsindustrial.co.uk W: icsindustrial.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2007 In-House: ABGHIJKLMOPQSVWX Contracted Out: CDEFRTUYZ Specialist Group: HAPS

IDC Electrical (Southern) Ltd 3 Barley Business Park, Duncan Road, Park Gate, Southampton, Hampshire SO31 1ZT T: 0845 270 7422 E: tony@idcsouthern.co.uk W: idcsouthern.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2009 In-House: DEGHIJZ Contracted Out: ABCFKLMOPQRSTUVWXY

IEP

Passfield Mill Business Park, Mill Lane, Passfield, Liphook GU30 7QU T: 01428 751200 E: Phil@ieplastics.co.uk W: iep-ltd.co.uk Contract Size: 1 Joined: 2018 In-House: D Spec Group: HAPS


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In Line Duct Cleaning Ltd

Old Garden House, Moreton Paddox, Moreton Morrell, Warwick, Oxfordshire CV35 9BS T: 01295 760491 E: grant@ildc.co.uk W: ildc.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2007 In-House: T Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

In the Hoods Ltd

96 Rusper Road, Worthing BN13 1LP T: 01903 265426 E: simon@inthehoods.co.uk W: inthehoods.co.uk Contract Size: 1 Joined: 2017 In-House: T

Industrial Pipe Services 2003 Ltd

Windmill Works, North Road, Widmer End, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire HP15 6NE T: 01494 711150 E: indpipeservices@btconnect.com W: ips2003.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2010 In-House: GHIJLMO Contracted Out: AERW

Innovation Air Conditioning & Building Services Ltd Lansdowne Building, Lansdowne Road East Croydon, Surrey CR9 2ER Tel: 020 8263 6241 Fax: 020 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.

Intelligent Air Conditioning Ltd

31 Briarwood Road, St Johns, Woking, Surrey GU21 8XD T: 01483 487215 E: info@intelligentac.co.uk W: intelligentac.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Joined: 2012 In-House: ABGILOU Contracted Out: CDEHJMPQWXYZ Specialist Group: RACHP

Isotemp (Heating & Ventilating) Ltd

Loudwater Mill, Station Road, Loudwater, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire HP10 9UD T: 01494 534364 E: trevor.isotemp@btconnect.com W: isotemp-hv.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 1978 In-House: CI Contracted Out: D Specialist Group: VG

J J & B Hopkins Ltd

Concorde House, Concorde Way, Segensworth North, Fareham, Hampshire PO15 5RL T: 01489 584706 E: phil.lambden@jbhopkins.co.uk W: jbhopkins.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1986 In-House: ABFGIJKMOPQSXYZ Contracted Out: LRTUVW

J Ashwell Ltd

Hinton House, 120 Hinton Wood Ave, Christchurch, Dorset BH23 5AL T: 01425 276724 E: jashwell@btconnect.com Contract Size: 4 Joined: 1977 In-House: GMO Contracted Out: ABCDEILRUWZ

JD Services HVAC Ltd

Unit 5 Mulberry Court, Bourne Industrial Estate, Bourne Road, Crayford, Kent DA1 4BF T: 01322 315588 E: info@jdservicesltd.co.uk W: jdservicesltd.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2001 In-House: ABGHMO Contracted Out: ELTUWY Specialist Group: RACHP

JW Housden Ltd

1 Margetts Road, Kempston, Bedford MK42 8DS T: 01234 852033 E: david@jwhousden.co.uk W: jwhousdenltd.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 1971 In-House: GHILMS Contracted Out: ACUVWZ Specialist Group: HAPS

J.W. Housden Ltd

J&B Hopkins Ltd

We are a forward thinking customer focused business. Delivering mechanical, electrical and public health installations to a wide range of commercial, industrial and residential clients throughout the UK. Our skilled staff, who are directly employed, allows our projects to be completed to the highest standards. Our in-house design teams, with 10 Revit BIM stations, carry out every part of the design process from concept to completion, including SBEM Modelling levels 4 and 5, EPCs and BREEAM. Working with consultants, builders and end users to provide exceptional design support.

Providing engineering design, installation, testing, commissioning and maintenance of heating, ventilation and public health systems to the built environment. Services Included; • 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

The delivery of successful projects in budget, safely and to the highest standards is our philosophy at all times.

Unit C5 Chaucer Business Park, Watery Lane, Kemsing, Sevenoaks, Kent TN15 6YT T: 01732 762150 E: nigel@kestrel-mechanical.co.uk W: kestrel-mechanical.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 1999 In-House: GIMOU Specialist Group: SFG

Keysource Ltd

3 City Place, Beehive Ring Road, Gatwick, West Sussex RH6 0PA T: 0845 204 3333 E: jo.bradford@keysource.co.uk W: keysource.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2005 In-House: ISUVZ Contracted Out: ABCDEFPQTWY

Kitchen & Duct Cleaning Ltd

Unit 003, Mill Studio Business Centre, Crane Mead, Ware, Herts SG12 9PY T: 01920 444245 E: deepcleaning@btconnect.com W: kitchendeepcleaning.com Contract Size: 1 Joined: 2013 In-House: EST Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Oddington Grange Farm and Industries, Weston on the Green, Bicester, Oxfordshire OX25 3QW T: 01865 331731 E: frank@kpssouthern.co.uk W: kpssouthern.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1997 In-House: GHJKLMOPQX Contracted Out: ABCDEITUVWYZ

L Lee Air Conditioning (Services) Ltd

Unit 8, Spitfire Business Park, 1 Hawker Road, Croydon, Surrey CR0 4WD T: 020 8680 8926 E: gary.lee@leeac.co.uk W: leeac.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 1985 In-House: ABEGHILMOSV Cont'd Out: CDFJKPQRTUWXYZ Specialist Group: SFG

Linaker Ltd

8 Station Road East, Oxted, Surrey RH8 0BT T: 0173 7645300 E: jacquie.price@linaker.com W: linaker.com Contract Size: 6 Joined: 1995 In-House: ABGHILMSUZ Contracted Out: FOTVWY Specialist Group: SFG

Lloret Control Systems Ltd

Lloret House 20 Ullswater Crescent, The Ullswater Business Park, Coulsdon, Croydon, Surrey CR5 2HR T: 020 8410 4600 E: steveb@lloret.co.uk W: lloret.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Joined: 1998 In-House: ISU

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Kestrel Mechanical Services Ltd

KPS Southern Ltd

1 Margetts Road, Kempston, Bedford MK42 8DS Tel: 01234 852 033 Email: admin@jwhousden.co.uk Website: www.jwhousdenltd.co.uk

Concorde House, Concorde Way Segensworth North, Fareham Hants PO15 5RL Tel: 01489 584706 Email: info@jbhopkins.co.uk Website: www.jbhopkins.co.uk

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M LA Maintenance Ltd

Megan Mechanical Services Ltd

Maracom Limited

Folkes Farm, Folkes Lane, Upminster, Essex RM14 1TH Tel: 01277 205046 Fax: 01277 205049 Email: lam@lamaintenance-ltd.co.uk Website: Under Construction

Unit 6 Alpine Way London E6 6LA Tel: 020 7987 8550 Email: info@maracom.co.uk Website: www.maracom.co.uk

We are a forward thinking, pro-active, customer focused business, delivering bespoke and BESA standard M&E maintenance services.

Maracom Limited are a Commercial Heating Engineering company with a track record spanning more than 60 years, serving London, Essex, Kent and the Home Counties.

We currently support a diverse customer base, predominantly in the commercial and high end residential sector, serving London and the South East. We are continuing to expand our business throughout London/South East, in a planned manner and with the delivery of successful projects and customer satisfaction as the forefront of our philosophy. Now in our fourth decade, we are continually complemented by our customers for our professionalism and high level of service.

Lorne Stewart PLC

Eagle Point 1st Floor - West Wing, Little Park Farm Road, Southampton, Hampshire PO15 5TD T: 01489 555000 E: luke.mccathie@lornestewart.co.uk W: lornestewart.com Contract Size: 8 Joined: 1988 In-House: ABGHIMOZ Contracted Out: CDEKLQTUVWY Specialist Group: SFG

Lowe & Oliver Ltd

Cumnor Road, Boars Hill, Wootton, Oxford, Oxfordshire OX1 5JW T: 01865 322200 E: info@loweoliver.co.uk W: loweoliver.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2003 In-House: GHIJMOSWYZ Cont'd Out: ABCEFKLPQRTUVX

Lowe & Oliver Ltd

Unit F, Woodside Trade Centre, Parham Drive, Eastleigh, Hampshire SO50 4NU T: 023 8061 4700 E: johnbarrett@loweoliver.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2003 In-House: FGHIJMOSVWYZ Contracted Out: ABCEKLQRTUX

Planned Preventative Maintenance, Combustion Services, Installation of Heating Plant & Systems, Reactive Work and Installations, Refractory Repairs & Stockists, Maintenance and Repairs, Insurance Survey Preparation plus a whole range of other services. With have a large range of repeat clients, which includes The Royal Household for which we hold the Royal Warrant to Her Majesty The Queen. We offer the best possible advice and competitive prices for all work, carried out by our directly employed, fully qualified engineers.

McAlpine Grant Ilco Ltd

Osney Mead Industrial Estate, Oxford OX2 0ER T: 01865 251225 E: danl@mgiltd.co.uk W: mgiltd.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2003 In-House: ABIOSV Cont'd Out: CDEFGHJKLMPQTUWXYZ Specialist Group: RACHP, SFG

McCarthy Refrigeration Ltd 48 Northwood Road, Hilsea, Portsmouth, Hampshire PO2 9QT T: 023 9265 0169 E: mccarthyrefrigeration@yahoo.com Contract Size: 4 Joined: 2009 In-House: ABOSV Contracted Out: I Specialist Group: SFG

MCS Building Services Ltd Unit 9 Stanley Centre, Kelvin Way, Crawley, West Sussex RH10 9SE T: 01293 531136 E: sarabeeden@mcsbs.co.uk Joined: 2018 In-House: ACDEGV Specialist Group: RACHP

Mechanical Control Ltd

Unit 20 Ambition Business Centre, Pindar Road, Hoddesdon EN11 0FJ T: 0845 094 2324 E: wesley@mechanicalcontrol.co.uk W: mechanicalcontrol.co.uk Contract Size: 1 Joined: 2018 In-House: ACDEGH Specialist Group: HAPS

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Units 4 & 5, Blackbushe Business Park, Yateley, Hampshire GU46 6GA T: 01252 874738 E: george.lewis@meganmechanical.co.uk W: meganmechanical.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2011 In-House: GHJMX Cont'd Out: ABCDEIKLQTUVWYZ

Micro Solve (Hygiene) Ltd 10 York Way, Lancaster Road, Cressex Business Park, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire HP12 3PY T: 01494 441445 E: joel.stevens@mshygiene.co.uk W: mshygiene.co.uk Contract Size: 1 Joined: 2006 In-House: T Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

MITIE Technical Facilities Management Ltd The Shard, Level 12, 32 London Bridge Street, London, Surrey SE1 9SG T: 01252 732400 E: ian.thompson@mitie.com W: mitieengineering.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1998 In-House: AGIMOQSV Cont'd Out: BCDEHJLPTUWXYZ

MJC Environmental Services Ltd

Innovation Centre Medway, Maidstone Road, Chatham, Kent ME5 9FD T: 01634 825312 E: mcollins@mjc-esl.com W: mjc-esl.com Contract Size: 1 Joined: 2018 In-House: GIM

MJD Airconditioning Services Ltd

16 Bedford Road, Lower Stondon, Bedfordshire SG16 6EA T: 01462 815756 E: matt@mjdaircon.co.uk W: mjdaircon.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Joined: 2000 In-House: ABCIOSV

N N G Bailey Ltd

14-16 Theale Lakes Business Park, Moulden Way, Sulhamstead, Reading, Berkshire RG7 4GB T: 0118 930 1300 E: steven.wiles@ngbailey.co.uk W: ngbailey.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Joined: 1983 In-House: GIJKMOPQSUVXZ Contracted Out: CDEFHLTWY

New-Air (Southern) Ltd

Unit 8, Compass Point, Ensign Way, Hamble, Southampton, Hampshire SO31 4RA T: 023 8060 5960 E: dominic@newair.co.uk W: newair.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Joined: 1985 In-House: ABCO Specialist Group: RACHP

Norstead Ltd

Tectonic Place, Holy Port Road, Maidenhead, Berkshire SL6 2YE T: 01628 634 445 E: mgildea@norstead.co.uk W: norstead.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1994 In-House: GHMZ Contracted Out: ABCDEFIJKLOPQRSTUVWXY Specialist Group: SFG

Norton Technical Maintenance

Unit 2, Stadium Business Park, Castle Road, Sittingbourne, Kent ME10 3BG T: 01795 228083 E: damien.norton@norton-group.co.uk W: commercialheatinguk.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2010 In-House: ABGHILMOSTW Contracted Out: CDUV

O Ocean Industrial Cleaning Ltd

43 Caxton Road, Hoddesdon, Hertfordshire EN11 9PD T: 01992 413868 E: oceancleaning@aol.com W: oceanindustrialcleaning.co.uk Contract Size: 3 Joined: 2011 In-House: T Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Omega Building Services Ltd

Challis House, 85 High Street, Caterham-on-the-Hill, Surrey CR3 5UH T: 01883 348896 E: roger@omegabs.co.uk W: omegabs.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 1994 In-House: GHIS Cont'd Out: ACDEKLMOQRTUWYZ

One Facility Ltd

4000 Building, Six Hills Way, Stevenage, Hertfordshire SG1 2DA T: 01438 754122 E: paul.dove@onefacility.co.uk W: onefacility.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2009 In-House: S Contracted Out: FJKLPQTUWXYZ Specialist Group: SFG

Orostream Air Conditioning Ltd

Aircon Works, Park Road, Crowborough, East Sussex TN6 2QT T: 01892 665888 E: info@oacservices.co.uk W: oacservices.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 1996 In-House: AGIJSVW Cont'd Out: CDEFKLMOPQTUXYZ


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Premiair Ltd

P & J Dust Extraction Ltd Elmley Industrial Estate, Argent Road, Queenborough, Kent ME11 5GA T: 01795 582600 E: jane.bastow@pjdust.co.uk W: pjdust.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2003 In-House: CDEKST Specialist Group: VG

Paine Manwaring Ltd

Unit D, Easting Close, Dominion Way, Worthing, West Sussex BN14 8HQ T: 01903 237522 E: mark@painemanwaring.co.uk W: painemanwaring.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2003 In-House: DEGHIJLMUZ Contracted Out: ABCNORTVWY Specialist Group: HAPS

Parker Air Conditioning Ltd Unit 6, Westerham Trade Centre, The Flyers Way, Westerham, Kent TN16 1DE T: 01689 858787 E: russell@parker-ac.co.uk W: parker-ac.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 1991 In-House: ABGJMOQX Contracted Out: CDELNRSTUVWZ Specialist Group: RACHP, SFG

PCB Technical Solutions Ltd Unit 6, Barnes Wallace Court, Wellington Road, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire HP12 3PS T: 01628 648648 E: sandravr@ pcbtechnicalsolutions.co.uk W: pcbtechnicalsolutions.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2014 In-House: AGSU Contracted Out: NWZ

PH Water Technologies Ltd Unit 37 Invincible Rd, Farnborough, Hampshire GU14 7QU T: 01252 543668 E: ian@phwatertechnologies.co.uk W: phwatertechnologies.co.uk Joined: 2015 In-House: AIT

Pinnacle Specialist Cleaning Services

8 Marmion Green, Christchurch, Dorset BH23 3DZ T: 0345 202 5757 E: info@pinnacle-cleaning.co.uk W: pinnacle-cleaning.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Joined: 2012 In-House: ST Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Pirbright Electrical Contractors Ltd

Toad Hall, Vapery Lane, Pirbright, Woking, Surrey GU24 0QD T: 01483 474888 E: derek.love@pirbrightelectrical.com W: pirbrightgroup.com Contract Size: 6 Joined: 1997 In-House: ABGHIKMOSUZ Contracted Out: CDEFJLPQTWXY

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PIP - Mechanical & Electrical Engineers & Contractors London office: Suite 1.01, 1 Exchange Tower Harbour Exchange, London E14 9GE Tel: 01268 541 651 Fax: 01268 541 625 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.

PJA HVAC Ltd

1 Modular Business Park, Norton Road, Stevenage, Hertfordshire SG1 2FZ T: 01438 743579 E: Paul.Ayres@pjagroup.com W: pjagroup.com Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2014 In-House: ACGHLS Specialist Group: RACHP

PJM Mechanical & Electrical Ltd

Units 25 & 26, Highcroft Estate, Enterprise Road, Horndean, Hampshire PO8 0BT T: 023 9259 2672 E: Pat@pjmmechanical.co.uk W: pjmmechanicalandelectrical.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2005 In-House: GHIMOZ Cont'd Out: ABCDELPQRTUVWX

Poundbridge Developments Ltd

89 Borough High Street, London, Surrey SE1 1NL T: 0203 4756 999 E: martin.brown@poundbridge.co.uk W: poundbridge.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Joined: 2010 In-House: ABGOSZ Contracted Out: CEFIMTUVY Specialist Group: SFG

PowerNaturally Ltd

6 Telford Road, Ferndown Industrial Estate, Ferndown, Wimborne, Dorset BH21 7QL T: 01202 855804 E: gary.hatcher@powernaturally.co.uk W: powernaturally.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2012 In-House: EGHILOSV Contracted Out: BM Specialist Group: RACHP

11 Armada Avenue, Brooklands, Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire MK10 7FG T: 01908 380345 E: emerson@premiair.net W: premiair.net Contract Size: 1 Joined: 2008 In-House: AIS

Price Building Services Ltd

Unit 4 Mariner Business Centre, 1 Kings Way, Croydon, Surrey CR0 4GE T: 020 8255 8777 E: sam.bean@pricebuilding.com W: pricebuilding.com Contract Size: 8 Joined: 2005 In-House: GHJKMPQRSX Contracted Out: ABCDEILTVWYZ

Priory Mechanical Services Ltd

Priory House, 479 Godstone Road, Whyteleafe, Surrey CR3 0BL T: 01883 625838 E: sam@prioryms.co.uk W: prioryms.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1997 In-House: GHIMOS Cont'd Out: ABCDEJLPQTUVWXYZ

Protocool Ltd

Unit 1 Comet House, Calleva Park, Aldermaston, Berkshire RG7 8JA T: 0118 971 0559 E: office@protocool.co.uk W: protocool.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2014 In-House: ABHO Contracted Out: CEIZ Specialist Group: RACHP

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 65 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

R R J Stearn Ltd

32 Vincent Avenue, Regent Business Park, Crowhill, Milton Keynes, Bedfordshire MK8 0AB T: 0845 034 6420 E: jason.grant@rjstearn.com W: rjstearn.com Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2002 In-House: ABGIMSVYZ Cont'd Out: CDEFKLOPQTUWX

RDFS Limited

Unit 9b, Peeks Brook Lane, Horley, Surrey RH6 9ST T: 01737 223392 E: laurence@reigateductwork.com Joined: 2019 In-House: C Specialist Group: VHB, VG

Rentec Ltd

Unit 3, Broom Business Park, Poole, Dorset BH12 4PA T: 01202 717060 E: paulb@rentec.ltd.uk W: rentec.org.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2010 In-House: GIMOZ

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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.

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Right Management Services Ltd

Ground Floor, The Old Bakery, 10 Back Road, Sidcup, Kent DA14 6HA T: 0330 122 7850 E: frankalaminos@ rightmanagementservices.co.uk W: rightmanagementservices.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2002 In-House: GMQ

Risby Airconditioning Co Ltd

Princes Road, Bourne End, Buckinghamshire SL8 5HZ T: 01628 850123 E: roger@risby.co.uk W: risby.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 1989 In-House: ABGIMOS Contracted Out: CDEFRTUVWYZ Specialist Group: RACHP

RME Services Ltd

6 Bourne Mill Business Park, Guildford Road, Farnham, Surrey GU9 9PS T: 01252 718024 E: dley@rmeservices.com W: rmeservices.com Contract Size: 6 Joined: 1999 In-House: GHILMOQSXZ Cont'd Out: ABCDEFKPTUVWY Specialist Group: HAPS

Rydon Maintenance Ltd

Unit 14 Quadrant Court, Charles Park, Crossway B'ness Park, Greenhithe, Kent DA9 9AY T: 0845 269 2982 E: jgreen@rydon.co.uk W: rydon.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 1999 In-House: GHMS Contracted Out: ABEO Specialist Group: SFG

S S E Plumbing & Heating Ltd

Barn Studios, Parkgate Road, Newdigate, Dorking, Surrey RH5 5AJ T: 0800 246 5434 E: Stephen.edwards@ seplumbing.co.uk W: seplumbing.co.uk Joined: 2015 In-House: GHM Specialist Group: HAPS

S R Industrial Ltd

Unit 42, Longshot Industrial Estate, Bracknell, Berkshire RG12 1RL T: 01344 860145 E: jsoley@srindustrial.co.uk W: srindustrial.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Joined: 2004 In-House: ABCDEGHIJKLMOPQSUVZ Contracted Out: TW

Sarum Refrigeration Services 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.

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Unit 11 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

Sarum Refrigeration Services Limited provide Design, Sales and Service for all aspects of AIR CONDITIONING, AIR SOURCE HEAT PUMPS, VENTILATION & EXTRACTION (including DUCTWORK), REFRIGERATION (including COLDROOMS AND CHILLERS). From small self-contained units for the home, to factory climate control, our fully qualified team of engineers who have a wealth of knowledge and experience provide an unparalleled quality of service. Established for over 50 years, Sarum Refrigeration Services Ltd offers the total solution, from straight-forward sales and servicing up to complete projects, including the initial design and installation through to final commissioning. Our tailored packages are designed to suit your needs, with quality and cost always uppermost in our minds.

Sarum Refrigeration Services Ltd

Norton Enterprise Park, Whittle Rd, Churchfields Industrial Estate, Salisbury, Wiltshire SP2 7YS T: 01722 335072 E: enquiries@sarumrefrigeration.co.uk W: sarumrefrigeration.co.uk Contract Size: 3 Joined: 1975 In-House: AB

SBM Engineering Ltd

Unit 23 Horseshoe Business Park, Lye Lane, Bricket Wood, Hertfordshire AL2 3TA T: 01923 672459 E: info@sbmeng.co.uk W: sbmeng.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2016 In-House: EGHIV Contracted Out: ABCNTU Specialist Group: SFG

Scion Technical Services Ltd Building 166, Maxwell Avenue, Harwell Campus, Didcot, Oxfordshire OX11 0QT T: 01235-432412 E: malcolm.bavin@sciongroup.co.uk W: sciongroup.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1999 In-House: EGHIJMOSZ Cont'd Out: ABCDKLPQRTUVWXY Specialist Group: SFG

Scomac Services Ltd

Scomac House, 247 High Street, Aldershot, Hampshire GU12 4NG T: 01252 353040 E: bmcsean@scomac.co.uk W: scomac.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2005 In-House: GHIMOS Contracted Out: ABCDEFJKLPQRTUVWXYZ

Servcom Services UK Ltd

Unit 5 Beeding Court Business Park, Shoreham Road, Upper Beeding, Steyning, West Sussex BN44 3TN T: 01273 820998 E: markw@servcomservices.co.uk W: servcomservices.com Contract Size: 3 Joined: 2010 In-House: GHIJLMOSUVW Contracted Out: ABCDEFKPQTXYZ Specialist Group: SFG

Sharp & Howse Ltd

Kemp House, Cumnor Hill, Cumnor, Oxford, Oxfordshire OX2 9PH T: 01865 760606 E: peter.haley@sharpandhowse.co.uk W: sharpandhowse.com Contract Size: 6 Joined: 1967 In-House: DGHMOV Cont'd Out: ABCEFIJKLPQSTUWXYZ

ShoreClean Ltd

Millbrook, Horn Lane, Woodmancote, Henfield, West Sussex BN5 9SA T: 01273 491726 E: jon@shore-clean.co.uk W: shore-clean.co.uk Contract Size: 2 Joined: 2015 In-House: T Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Simer Environmental Services Ltd

15 Arnside Road, Waterlooville, Hampshire PO7 7UP T: 023 922 58059 E: m.wood@ simer-environmental.co.uk W: simer-environmental.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2012 In-House: ABCEGMOQSVZ Contracted Out: LUW Specialist Group: RACHP

Skuddair Ltd

34 Hartley Road, Longfield, Kent DA3 7PP T: 01474 709823 E: john@skuddair.com W: skuddair.com Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2009 In-House: A Specialist Group: RACHP

SMS (Southern) Ltd

50a Livingstone Road, Hove, East Sussex BN3 3WL T: 01273 204466 E: nigels@smssouthern.co.uk W: smssouthern.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2011 In-House: GHIMO Contracted Out: ABCDEFJKLPQSTUVWXYZ

SSE Contracting Ltd

Southampton Region, Upton Lane, Nursling, Southampton SO16 0XY T: 023 8074 7604 E: adam.lloyd@sse.com Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2013 In-House: ABGHJKMOQSZ Contracted Out: CDEFILPTUVWXY Specialist Group: SFG

SSE Contracting Ltd

Unit 1, Blackwater Trading Estate, Blackwater Way, Aldershot, Hampshire GU12 4DJ T: 01252 367198 E: kevin.holden@ssecontracting.com Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2013 In-House: GHJKLMYZ Cont'd Out: CDEFIOPQRSTUVWX Specialist Group: SFG

SSH Cleaning Ltd

2.2 Central Point, Kirpal Road, Portsmouth, Hampshire PO3 6FH T: 023 9283 9114 E: office@thesshgroup.co.uk W: sshcleaning.co.uk Contract Size: 3 Joined: 2013 In-House: EST Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Stonegrove Ltd

Unit 3, Boyd Business Centre, Whitewall Rd, Medway City Estate, Rochester, Kent ME2 4DZ T: 01634 291151 E: lee@stonegrove.co.uk W: stonegrove.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2002 In-House: ABGHIJMOSTUWZ Contracted Out: CDELV


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System Hygienics Ltd

Chaucer Ind Estate, Dittons Road, Polegate, East Sussex BN26 6JF T: 01323 481170 E: steveliddiard@ systemhygienics.co.uk W: systemhygienics.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 1993 In-House: EFT Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Thames Valley Mechanical Ltd

53 Appleford Drive, Abingdon, Oxford OX14 2BX T: 07815 090733 E: rob@thamesvalleymechanical.com Contract Size: 1 Joined: 2017 In-House: A

T Suite 2, The Commodity Centre, Great Braxted, Essex CM8 3EW T: 020 3693 1776 E: chas.leppich@tclarke.co.uk W: tclarke.co.uk Joined: 2017 In-House: GIJKMPQX Cont'd Out: ABCDEFLORTUVWYZ

TRS Ltd

Unit 2, Swan Business Park Sandpit Road, Dartford Kent DA1 5ED Tel: 0845 224 9000 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.

T Clarke Contracting Ltd

Unit 2, Dunmow Road, Bishop Stortford, Hertfordshire CM22 7DG T: 07817 383623 E: des.west@tclarke.co.uk Joined: 2017 In-House: GIJKMPQX Cont'd Out: ABCDEFLORTUVWYZ

Whether itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;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.

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Technicool Air Conditioning Ltd

Unit A Redlands, Ulllswater Industrial Estate, Coulsdon, Surrey CR5 2HT T: 020 8668 6108 E: bradley.day@tec.uk.net W: tec.uk.net Contract Size: 3 Joined: 2006 In-House: ABEFGHJKLOQTVXZ Contracted Out: CDIMPUWY Specialist Group: RACHP

Tecmaster

Dillywood Garden Centre, Dillywood Lane, Higham, Kent ME3 7NT T: 01634 733212 E: natalie@tecmaster.co.uk W: tecmaster.co.uk Contract Size: 1 Joined: 2015 In-House: T Specialist Group: SFG

Tecomak Environmental Services Ltd

Unit 3b, Valley Industries, Hadlow Road, Tonbridge, Kent TN11 0AH T: 01732 852250 E: tristan@tecomak.com W: tecomak.com Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2003 In-House: DEF Cont'd Out: ACT

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Unit 4, Old Farm Court, Nursling St, Nursling, Southampton, Hampshire SO16 0AJ T: 023 8001 1545 E: james.child@vmeservices.co.uk W: veargroup.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 1996 In-House: ACHIOSYZ Contracted Out: BELMPQTUVWX Specialist Group: RACHP

Ventilation Hygiene Solutions (UK) Ltd

T Clarke Contracting Ltd

151 Lewes Road, Brighton & Hove, Sussex BN2 3LG T: 01273 692100 E: info@tkinstallations.co.uk W: tkinstallations.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2016 In-House: EGHIJLSUYZ Contracted Out: ABCKTW Specialist Group: VG

Vear M & E Services Ltd

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.

Tugwell Heating Co Ltd

Guildford Road, Bucks Green, Rudgwick, West Sussex RH12 3JF T: 01403 823111 E: rogerbrowning@ tugwellheating.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 1978 In-House: GHM Contracted Out: ABCDELOUVW

U Uniheat (Oxford) Ltd

33 Stockmore St, Oxford OX4 1JT T: 01865 242708 E: neilhonour@uniheatoxford.co.uk W: uniheatoxford.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 1980 In-House: GHILMOV Cont'd Out: W Spec Group: HAPS

V Vantage Industrial Cleaning

Marjory House, Church Walk, Caterham, Surrey CR3 6RT T: 0845 263 7975 E: admin@thedeepcleaning company.com W: thedeepcleaningcompany.com Contract Size: 1 Joined: 2015 In-House: ST

12 Burnetts Gardens, Horton Heath, Hampshire SO50 7BY T: 023 8115 7386 E: gary@vhsuk.com W: vhsuk.com Joined: 2015 In-House: FT Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

VES Andover Ltd

Eagle Close, Chandlers Ford Industrial Estate, Eastleigh, Hampshire SO53 4NF T: 023 8046 1150 E: graham.slade@ves.co.uk W: ves.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2007 In-House: ABCEFGIJOSTUVZ Contracted Out: D Specialist Group: SFG

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Watret & Co. Ltd

65-67 Park St, St Albans, Hertfordshire AL2 2PE Tel: 01727 873 765 Email: gascontracts@watret.co.uk Website: www.watret.co.uk Watret and Co has provided heating services since 1971 and we pride ourselves on continually developing our services and adapting to changes within the industry. Our mission is to deliver an efficient, high quality heating service with the minimum of fuss and inconvenience. We offer solutions across Domestic and Commercial systems, by providing real engineering expertise and straightforward communication via a direct workforce who genuinely want to help. We provide complete contract management via our skilled Management Team who are able to provide contract delivery from start to finish working with all stakeholders.

W M Refrigeration Ltd

26 Stanton Harcourt Ind'l Est, Stanton Harcourt, Oxfordshire OX29 5UX T: 01865 884333 E: jason@wmaircon.co.uk W: wmaircon.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Joined: 2001 In-House: AHIOV Contracted Out: C

Watford Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Ltd

Wiggenhall Industrial Estate, Watford, Hertfordshire WD18 0FT T: 01923 227726 E: mail@watref.co.uk W: watref.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 1994 In-House: ABOS Specialist Group: RACHP

Watret & Co Ltd

65-67, Park Street, St Albans, Hertfordshire AL2 2PE T: 01727 873765 E: kenw@watret.co.uk W: watret.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2009 In-House: GHMO Specialist Group: HAPS

Wing's Technical Services Ltd

Unit 3, Glenmore Business Park, Aerodrome Road, Gosport, Hampshire PO13 0FJ T: 01329 282888 E: shirley@wings-technical.co.uk W: wings-technical.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2000 In-House: EGILMOSVYZ Contracted Out: ABCFKPQRTUW Specialist Group: HAPS, SFG

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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 ÂŁ1 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.

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Apleona HSG Ltd

Transfer House, 14-16 Dixon Road, Brislington Trading Estate, Bristol BS4 5QW T: 0117 972 5791 E: cary.donaldson@apleona.com Joined: 2007 In-House: ABGMOSUZ Contracted Out: TVWY Specialist Group: SFG

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A & H Duct Cleaning Services

10 Bosnoweth, Probus, Truro, Cornwall TR2 4HE T: 01726 884171 E: ahductcleaningservices@ btinternet.com W: ductcleaningcornwall.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2016 In-House: T Specialist Group: VHB, VG

Ace General Engineering (Cornwall) Ltd Quarry Park Road, Newquay, Cornwall TR7 2NY T: 01637 873324 E: dave@aceeng.co.uk W: aceeng.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 1995 In-House: CEI Cont'd Out: DT

Linden House, Almondsbury Business Centre, Woodlands, Bradley Stoke, Bristol BS32 4QH T: 01454 275050 E: shirley.devine@airmec.co.uk W: airmec.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2016 In-House: T

Alan Manchip Electrical Inwood Farm, Nether Stowey, Bridgwater, Somerset TA5 1HY T: 01278 733536 E: paul@alanmanchip.co.uk W: alanmanchip.co.uk Contract Size: 2 Joined: 2011 In-House: ABDEHILOUZ Contracted Out: CFGTY Specialist Group: RACHP

Amark Pipe Services Ltd Unit 4a, Easton in Gordano, Bristol BS20 0NH T: 07748 705597 E: amark1@hotmail.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Joined: 2008 In-House: GJKMQ

Aquatonics UK Ltd

Unit 9A, St Mary Street, Thornbury, Bristol BS35 2AB T: 0117 982 5008 E: kevin@aquatonics.co.uk W: aquatonics.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2014 In-House: GJKMQSW Specialist Group: HAPS

AS Plumbing Heating Renewables

Unit 17, Sisna Park Road, Plymouth, Devon PL6 7AE T: 01752 692160 E: andy@asplumbingltd.co.uk W: asplumbingltd.co.uk Contract Size: 1 Joined: 2018 In-House: ABEHJOR Contracted Out: CDGLM

Austin (Heating & Air Conditioning) Ltd

The Old Dairy, 59 Radnor Street, Swindon, Wiltshire SN1 3PS T: 01793 536871 E: clare@austinheat.com W: austinheat.com Contract Size: 4 Joined: 1979 In-House: GHILMOUV Contracted Out: ABRWZ Specialist Group: HAPS, RACHP

B Accolade Building Services Ltd New House, 154 Christchurch Road, Ringwood, Hampshire BH24 3AP Tel: 01425 477777 Email: first@absme.co.uk Website: www.absme.co.uk

9A St Mary Street, Thornbury, Bristol BS35 2AB Tel: 01179 825008 Email: enquiries@aquatonics.co.uk Website: www.aquatonics.co.uk

A Dynamic Mechanical & Electrical Contractor, specialising in Design and Contracting of full M&E services.

Elite specialists in Mechanical Engineering & Pipework Services.

Full in-house Estimating, Design, Cad, and Contracting departments undertaking Design and Installation for both Main Contractor and End User clients. Our professionalism is our “ACCOLADE”

Air Management Solutions Ltd

Units 1 & 2, The Old Gas Works, Chuley Road, Ashburton, Devon TQ13 7DH T: 01364 652570 E: scrockford@airms.co.uk W: airms.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Joined: 2007 In-House: ABEIOST Contracted Out: CFGHLMUVWXZ Specialist Group: RACHP

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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.

B & H Plumbing & Heating Services Ltd

Unit 1 Hill View, Stockwood Vale, Keynsham, Bristol BS31 2AR T: 0117 986 7773 E: lee@bhplumbing.co.uk W: bhplumbing.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2008 In-House: DGHIJLMOQ Contracted Out: ABCEKUVWX

B & P Buswell Ltd

Compton Barn, Compton, Paignton, Devon TQ3 1TA T: 01803 872717 E: nigel@buswells.co.uk W: buswells.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2002 In-House: GHIJLMOPQSUW Contracted Out: ABCDERTVZ Specialist Group: SFG

Bamfords (Yeovil) Ltd

2a Kingfisher Close, Gazelle Road, Lynx Trading Estate, Yeovil, Somerset BA20 2PJ T: 01935 423006 E: clare@bamfordsyeovil.com W: bamfordsyeovil.com Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2016 In-House: DGHMOSZ Contracted Out: ABCEILTVW

Bestaire Conditioning Ltd Unit 2, Wessex Business Centre, Wedmore Road, Cheddar, Somerset BS27 3EJ T: 01934 741174 E: paul@bestaire.co.uk W: bestaire.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Joined: 2007 In-House: ABIO

Booth & Bomford (Evesham) Ltd

Unit 2, Mead Park Industrial Estate, Mead Road, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire GL53 7EF T: 01242 588220 E: richardcotterell@ boothbomford.co.uk W: boothbomford.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 1969 In-House: DEGHIJMOSVZ Cont'd Out: ABCFLPQRTUWXY Specialist Group: HAPS

Briggs & Forrester Engineering Services Ltd

Linden House, Almondsbury Business Centre, Woodlands Lane, Bristol BS32 4QH T: 0117 959 5930 E: nigel.dawson@briggs.uk.com Contract Size: 8 Joined: 1961 In-House: GIJMOVZ Cont'd Out: ABCDEFLPQSTUWXY

Britchards Ltd

Unit 26 Venture Twenty, Brympton Way, Lynx Trading Estate, Yeovil, Somerset BA20 2HP T: 01935 412244 E: Richard.Butt@britchards.co.uk W: britchards.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2012 In-House: GHIMOSV Contracted Out: ABDELWZ Specialist Group: HAPS

Brothwell Irvine Ltd

Ground Floor, Homeside House, Decoy Industrial Estate, Newton Abbot, Devon TQ12 5ND T: 01803 298028 E: declan@bibse.co.uk W: bibse.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2005 In-House: GHILMOPQS Cont'd Out: ABCDEFRTUVWXYZ

C CBRE Managed Services Ltd

130 Aztec, Aztec West, Bristol BS32 4UB T: 01454 629666 E: dan.knight@cbre.com W: norlandmanagedservices.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Joined: 1985 In-House: ABCDEFGHIJKLMOPQRSTUVWXYZ Specialist Group: SFG

Chiller Technical Solutions Ltd

24 Westcourt Drive, Oldland, Bristol BS30 9RU T: 0117 932 1992 E: mark.shail@chiller-ts.co.uk W: chiller-ts.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Joined: 2002 In-House: ABOS Contracted Out: CGIMTV


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Clancy Building Services Ltd

Unit 1, Llanthony Business Park, Llanthony Road, Gloucester GL2 5QT T: 01452 530090 E: john@clancybuilders.co.uk Contract Size: 1 Joined: 2012 In-House: ET Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Clearwater Technology Ltd

1200 Aztec West Business Park, Almondsbury, Bristol BS32 4SH T: 01454 612000 E: paul.singh@clearwater.eu.com W: clearwater.eu.com Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2000 In-House: FTW Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

CMB Bristol Ltd

Link House, Unit E, Britton Gardens, Kings wood, Bristol BS15 1TF T: 0117 982 3890 E: anorris@cmbeng.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2007 In-House: GJKMOPQ Contracted Out: ACDEILUVWYZ

Cooks Plumbing & Heating Ltd

Shell House, Dawlish Road, Exminster, Devon EX6 8AA T: 01626 332233 E: chris@cooksenergy.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2006 In-House: FGHILMOVW Specialist Group: HAPS

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Unit 4, Manchester Park, Tewkesbury Road, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire GL51 9EJ T: 01242 533120 E: mgore@dis-ltd.co.uk W: disgroup.com Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1977 In-House: CGILMOY Contracted Out: ABUV

E E & D Ventilation Cleaning Oaklands, Victoria Road, Barnstaple, Devon EX32 9HP T: 01271 326855 E: edmondobrien101@aol.com W: edventilation.co.uk Contract Size: 1 Joined: 2018 In-House: T

DCUK FM

DCUKFM are leading experts in; • Ductwork Cleaning • Kitchen Extract Cleaning • General Ventilation Cleaning • Ventilation Surveys • Fire Damper Checks & Maintenance • Ventilation Fire Risk Assessments • Social Housing Ventilation • BESA Accredited Training • Inspecting & Testing of LEV Systems • Ventilation CCTV Surveys • TR19 Compliance Surveys • Licenced Decontamination of Ductwork Systems • Operating Theatre Ventilation Cleaning • Qualified Fire Risk Assessors • Asbestos Removal • Building Refurbishment Nationwide – various regional offices DCUK FM: The country’s leading ventilation hygiene, ductwork cleaning and asbestos remediation specialists

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Heasman and Sadler Ltd

F P Hurley & Sons Ltd BRIDGEND • BRISTOL EXETER • CROSS HANDS We are a dynamic Building Services company, established in 1949, consisting of 150 highly trained and experienced staff, who are delivering an extensive variety of contracts, including Design and Build, throughout Wales and the South West of England. We offer the highest quality of installation through our skilled operatives. We take great pride in sourcing the majority of our work through repeat business and recommendations.

E J Heating & Eng Co Ltd 37 Grove Road, Fishponds, Bristol BS16 2BJ T: 0117 965 3703 E: malcolm@ejheating.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 1969 In-House: EGHIMO Contracted Out: ACLRUWZ

We continue to expand our business throughout the South of the UK, both in the Public and Private sectors, working with our Partners to maintain the highest standards of customer satisfaction. Tel: 0330 041 46 48 Web: www.fphurley.co.uk

ECG Facilities Services

Satellite House, Satellite B'ness Park, Crews Hole Road, Bristol BS5 8AG T: 01698 828778 E: facilities@ecg-maint.com Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2009 In-House: ABGHMOPQSWZ Contracted Out: CDEILTUVXY Specialist Group: SFG

Element Building Management Ltd

1 Woodfield Road, Welwyn Garden City Hertfordshire AL7 1JQ Tel: 0330 124 5671 Email: info@dcukfm.com Website: www.dcukfm.com

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Design Installation Service Ltd

394 The Paintworks, Diagonal Alley, Bristol BS4 3AS T: 0330 223 2230 E: richard.price@elementbm.co.uk W: elementbm.co.uk Joined: 2018 In-House: T Specialist Group: RACHP

ENGIE FM Ltd

Equinox North, Great Park Road, Bristol BS32 4QL T: 01454 284900 E: james.davies@engie.com Joined: 2007 In-House: ABS Specialist Group: RACHP, SFG

Euroflo Group Ltd

Unit 3b Greystoke Business Centre, High St, Portishead, Bristol BS20 6PY T: 01275 819106 E: euroflo.eng@btconnect.com W: euroflogroup.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2010 In-House: VW Spec Group: SFG

F F P Hurley & Sons Ltd

Queens Road, Bridgend Ind Estate, Bridgend CF31 3UT T: 01275 390428 E: adrianh@fphurley.co.uk W: fphurley.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1951 In-House: CFGHIJKMOPQRSX Contracted Out: ABDETUVYZ

29A Park Road, Faringdon, Oxfordshire SN7 7BP T: 01367 240286 E: info@heasmanandsadler.co.uk Joined: 2019 In-House: CDE

Hesflo (Installations) Ltd

73A High Street, Staplehill, Bristol BS16 5HE T: 0117 970 1930 E: matt.lucas@hesflo.co.uk W: hesflo.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2001 In-House: ABI Contracted Out: GMV Specialist Group: RACHP

Hewer Facilities Management Ltd

Unit G1 The Aquarius Centre, Edison Close, Waterwells, Quedgeley, Gloucester GL2 2FN T: 01452 525854 E: simon.hewer@hewerfm.co.uk W: hewerfm.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 1991 In-House: FHIJLPQSUYZ Contracted Out: ACEOTVW Specialist Group: SFG

Hughes Mechanical Services Ltd

G G T Building Services Ltd

Unit B1, Bath Bridge Business Park, Bath Road, Bridgwater, Somerset TA6 4SZ T: 01278 455266 E: gary@gtbs.co.uk W: gtbs.co.uk Contract Size: 3 Joined: 1999 In-House: ABGHMOSU Contracted Out: CIT Specialist Group: SFG

GCSC (SW) Ltd

5 Three Corners Close, Camelford, Cornwall PL32 9QB T: 01840 211179 E: admin@gcscsw.co.uk W: gcscsw.co.uk Contract Size: 1 Joined: 2012 In-House: ST Specialist Group: VHB

Green Man Environmental Services Ltd

Unit 2, Lower Road Trading Estate, Ledbury, Hertfordshire HR8 2DJ T: 01531 633989 E: paul.boon@greenmangroup.org W: greenmangroup.org Contract Size: 3 Joined: 2011 In-House: ABGHLMOSUVZ Specialist Group: RACHP

GWS Cleaning Services Ltd Unit 324, 179 Whiteladies Road, Clifton, Bristol BS8 2AG T: 0800 169 5523 E: sales@gwscleaning.co.uk W: gwscleaning.co.uk Contract Size: 1 Joined: 2018 In-House: T

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37 Wonford Road, Exeter, Devon TQ2 4PQ T: 07812 608637 E: dan.hughesms@yahoo.co.uk Joined: 2015 In-House: GH Specialist Group: RACHP

I I J Cannings & Son Ltd

Stratford House, Waterbridge Court, Matford Park Road, Exeter, Devon EX2 8EX T: 01392 279354 E: John.Treleaven@ijcannings.co.uk W: ijcannings.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Joined: 2001 In-House: AEFGHIJLMOQSVWYZ Contracted Out: CDKPRUX Specialist Group: RACHP

Ian Hobbs Technical Services Ltd

Unit 8, Charlton Business Park, Westfield Industrial Estate, Radstock, Bath, Somerset BA3 4BE T: 01761 414356 E: ian@ianhobbs.com W: ianhobbs.com Contract Size: 6 Joined: 1991 In-House: ABCDEFGIJKLMOSUYZ Contracted Out: PQRTWX Specialist Group: RACHP

Intoheat Ltd

Unit 6 & 7, Short Way, Thornbury Industrial Estate, Thornbury, South Gloucester BS35 3UT T: 01454 414540 E: craig.timbrell@intoheat.co.uk W: intoheat.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 1989 In-House: AIOQSZ Contracted Out: GLMTUWXY

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Intoheat Ltd

Unit 56 Base Point Business Centre, Yeoford Way, Marsh Barton Trading Estate, Exeter EX2 8LB T: 01392 826180 E: exeter@intoheat.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1989 In-House: ABGHJLMOPZ Contracted Out: CEIKQRTUVWXY

J J.P. Services (South West) Ltd

Unit 7, Kenn Court Business Park, Roman Farm Road, Hengrove, Bristol BS4 1UL T: 0117 964 2640 E: enq@jpssw.co.uk W: jpservicesltd.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 1999 In-House: EGHIJKMSX Cont'd Out: ABCDFLOPQRTUVWYZ

Jasun Envirocare PLC

Riverside House, Parrett Way, Colley Lane Industrial Estate, Bridgwater, Somerset TA6 5LB T: 01278 452277 E: colin@jfilters.com W: jasun-envirocare.com Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2001 In-House: EFTW Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

JCW Energy Services Ltd

18 Osprey Court, Hawkfield Business Park, Hawkfield Way, Bristol BS14 0BB T: 07860 951447 E: john.burgoyne@jcwes.com Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2014 In-House: ABGHIJLMOSUVYZ Contracted Out: CDEFKPQRTWX Specialist Group: RACHP

L Linaker Ltd

Cribbs Business Centre, Hollywood Tower Mansion, Hollywood Lane, Cribbs Causeway, Bristol BS10 7TW T: 0117 959 3245 E: info@linaker.com Contract Size: 6 Joined: 1997 In-House: ABGHLMOSUZ Contracted Out: FTVWY Specialist Group: SFG

Lorne Stewart PLC

The Old Packing Shed, Barncoose, Gwennnap, Nr Redruth, Cornwall TR16 6BJ T: 01209 860199 E: john.warden@lornestewart.co.uk W: lornesteart.com Contract Size: 8 Joined: 1988 In-House: CDGHJKMOPQZ Contracted Out: ABEFILSTUVWXY Specialist Group: SFG

K Keyplan Engineering Ltd

764-766 Fishponds Road, Fishponds, Bristol BS16 3UA T: 0117 965 9461 E: r.iles@keyplaneng.co.uk W: keyplaneng.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1991 In-House: ABGHIKMOX Cont'd Out: CDEFJLPQSTUVWYZ Specialist Group: RACHP

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Unit 1, Offices 5, 6, 7, Tower Lane Business Park, Tower Lane, Warmley, Bristol BS30 8XT T: 0844 980 1944 E: rob.chamberlain@mfmgroup.co.uk W: mfmgroup.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1995 In-House: ABGHIJMOPSZ Contracted Out: CDEKLQTUVWY Specialist Group: RACHP, SFG

Mitchells (Gloucester) Ltd

88 Bristol Road, Gloucester GL1 5XA T: 01452 302206 E: garrion.leeds@mitchells-glos.co.uk W: mitchells-glos.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 1982 In-House: ABEGHIJLMOPSUVZ Contracted Out: CRTW Specialist Group: RACHP, SFG

Lorne Stewart PLC

Barley House, Estover Road, Estover, Plymouth, Devon PL6 7PY T: 01364 654477 E: peter.bastin@lornestewart.co.uk W: lornestewart.com Contract Size: 8 Joined: 1988 In-House: ABEGHIJKMOPQSUVXYZ Contracted Out: CDLRTW Specialist Group: SFG

Lorne Stewart Services

Lorne Stewart Services, 1 Broad Walk, Knowle, Bristol BS4 2RA T: 0117 972 4262 E: Kevin.Hatley@lornestewart.co.uk W: lornestewart.com Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1988 In-House: ABEOS Contracted Out: W Specialist Group: SFG

M MacWhirter Western Ltd

Unit 2, Chatto Road Ind Estate, Chatto Rd, Torquay, Devon TQ1 4UE T: 01803 314566 E: nigel.froude@mac-western.co.uk W: macwhirter.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 1976 In-House: ABIOSV Specialist Group: RACHP

N N G Bailey Ltd

Unit 4 West Point Row, Great Park Road, Bradley Stoke, Bristol BS32 4QG T: 01454 623000 E: oliver.shadbolt@ngbailey.co.uk W: ngbailey.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Joined: 1983 In-House: GIJKMOPQSUVXZ Contracted Out: CDEFHLTWY

Neptune Building Services Ltd

Meadow House, 12 Sabre Close, Green Farm, Quedgeley, Gloucester, Gloucestershire GL2 4NZ T: 01452 429820 E: mail@neptunebs.co.uk W: neptunebs.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1986 In-House: ABEGHIJKMOPQVZ Contracted Out: CDLRTUWXY Specialist Group: HAPS, SFG

Nuttall

Lorne Stewart PLC

Kenton Road, Harrow, London HA3 9TU T: 01476 571857 E: kevin.hatley@lornestewart.co.uk W: lornestewart.com Contract Size: 8 Joined: 1988 In-House: FGHIJKMOPQUVWXZ Contracted Out: ABCDELSTY Specialist Group: SFG

Just Air Conditioning Ltd

Unit 5, Badminton Rd Trading Est, Bristol BS37 5NS T: 0845 894 5077 E: wayne@justairconditioning.co.uk W: justairconditioning.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2011 In-House: ABIOS Contracted Out: CDETUVZ Specialist Group: RACHP

Mannings Facilities Management Ltd

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.

MITIE Technical Facilities Management Ltd

5 Hanover Court, Manston Close, Matford B'ness Park, Exeter EX2 8PF T: 01392 829202 E: Mark.Wrobel@mitie.com Joined: 1998 In-House: AGIMOQSV Cont'd Out: BCDEHJLPTUWXYZ Specialist Group: SFG

Trym Lodge, 1 Henbury Rd, Bristol BS9 3HQ T: 0117 959 6432 E: howard.nuttall@nuttallengineering.com Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2011 In-House: IO Cont'd Out: ABFGJKLMPQSTUVWXYZ

O Octagon Heating Services Ltd

91 High Street, Staple Hill, Bristol BS16 5HE T: 0117 957 5557 E: julian@ohsservices.co.uk W: ohsservices.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2008 In-House: DGHIMOPSV Cont'd Out: ABCEFJKLQRTUWXYZ Specialist Group: HAPS

P Pearce Building Services Engineering Ltd

Yew House, Hortton Hill, Bristol BS37 6QN T: 07957 360943 E: james@pearce-engineering.co.uk W: pearce-engineering.co.uk Joined: 2019 In-House: ACDEGSUV Spec Group: HAPS, RACHP, SFG

Priddy Engineering Services Ltd

1st Floor, Central House, Central Trading Estate, 101 Pertherton Road, Bristol BS14 9BZ T: 0117 370 2600 E: andrew.blunsdon@priddy.uk.com W: priddy.uk.com Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2010 In-House: GIJMOZ Cont'd Out: ABCDEKLQSTUVWX Specialist Group: HAPS, VG


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SES (Engineering Services) Ltd

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. 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.

Project Heating Co Ltd

Unit 4, Norman Court, Budlake Rd, Marsh Barton Trading Estate, Exeter, Devon EX2 8PY T: 01392 215790 E: rob.mccarthy@projectheating.co.uk W: projectheating.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Joined: 1990 In-House: DEGHJLMOPW Cont'd Out: ABCFIKQSTUVXYZ Specialist Group: HAPS

R R.T.S. Engineering (Somerset) Ltd

Unit 6, Sedgemount Ind Park, Bristol Road, Bridgwater, Somerset TA6 4AR T: 01278 457294 E: rts@rtsengineering.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 1975 In-House: EGJKMOQ Cont'd Out: ABCFILRSTUVWYZ Specialist Group: HAPS

S S K Heating and Cooling Ltd 229 Bristol Road, Gloucester, Gloucestershire GL1 5TL T: 01452 410500 E: lisa.k@skheatingandcooling.co.uk W: skheatingandcooling.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Joined: 1996 In-House: ABGOS Contracted Out: CEILMTUVWYZ Specialist Group: SFG

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SES West & Central Division, 130 Aztec West, Park Avenue, Bristol BS32 4UB T: 01454 627150 E: aharris@ses-ltd.co.uk W: ses-ltd.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Joined: 1976 In-House: ABCDEFGHIJKLMOPQSTUVWXYZ

Skanska Rashleigh Weatherfoil Ltd

240 Park Avenue, Aztec West, Bristol BS32 4SY T: 01923 776666 E: paul.manning@skanska.co.uk W: skanska.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1947 In-House: HIJKOPQSXZ Cont'd Out: ABCDEFGLMRTUVWY Specialist Group: SFG

Somerset Mechanical Ltd

Ruishton, Taunton, Somerset TA3 5JE T: 01823 710344 E: somersetmechanical@outlook.com W: somersetmechanical.co.uk Joined: 2019 In-House: CDEGHO Contracted Out: AU

Spie 365 Compliance

Colburn House, Querns Lane, Cirencester, Gloucestershire GL7 1RP T: 0845 605 0790 E: rod.hall@spie.com W: spieuk.com Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2008 In-House: ABGHIMOSWZ

SSE Contracting Ltd

Central Region, Faraday Rd, Dorcan, Wiltshire SN3 5EY T: 01793 516193 E: janet.gunning@sse.com Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2013 In-House: FGHIJKLMOPQSXZ Contracted Out: ACDETUVWY Specialist Group: SFG

T T Clarke Contracting Ltd

20 St Austell Business Park, Carclaze, St Austell, Cornwall PL25 4FP T: 07786 512031 E: Brendan.murphy@tclarke.co.uk Joined: 2017 In-House: GIJKMPQX Cont'd Out: ABCDEFLORTUVWYZ

T Clarke Contracting Ltd

Unit 18 Newnham Ind Estate, 10 Bell Close, Plympton, Plymouth, Devon PL7 4FD T: 07786 512031 E: brendan.murphy@tclarke.co.uk Joined: 2017 In-House: GIJKMPQX Cont'd Out: ABCDEFLORTUVWYZ

T Clarke Contracting Ltd

Unit 9 The Sanctuary, 62 Macrae Rd, Eden Office Park, Ham Green, North Somerset BS20 0DD T: 07786 512031 E: brendan.murphy@tclarke.co.uk Joined: 2017 In-House: GIJKMPQX Cont'd Out: ABCDEFLORTUVWYZ

Taranis Engineering Ltd

Unit 11 Dragon Court, Crofts End Road, St George, Bristol BS75 7XX T: 0117 951 0616 E: cdd@taraniseng.co.uk W: taraniseng.co.uk Joined: 2014 In-House: ABOU Specialist Group: RACHP

TEK Property Services

523a Gloucester Road, Horfield, Bristol BS7 8UG T: 0117 952 3355 E: becky@tek.uk.com W: total-environmental.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2008 In-House: ABCDEGHIJOS Contracted Out: LMUWZ Specialist Group: RACHP

- Established 1987 -

Watertite Heating Ltd

Units 9 & 10, Bartlett Court Lynx Trading Estate, Yeovil Somerset BA20 2NZ Tel: 01935 474009 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 National & Local Building Contractors l Local Authorities l Health Authorities l Public Sector Offices l MOD Establishments

Covering the Southern Counties, South East, South West & Wales.

V Vent-Tech Ltd

5 Osprey Court, Hawkfield Business Park, Bristol BS14 0BB T: 0117 971 2163 E: adrian.sims@vent-tech.co.uk W: vent-tech.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2009 In-House: EISTV Specialist Group: VG

W Watertite Heating Ltd

Unit 10, Bartlett Court, Lynx Trading Estate, Yeovil, Somerset BA20 2NZ T: 01935 474009 E: jdw@watertiteheating.co.uk W: watertiteheating.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 1996 In-House: ABCDEFGHILMOPQSUVW Contracted Out: KTXYZ

Westford Mechanical Ltd

Environment House, Unit 2 Venture Way, Priorswood Industrial Estate, Taunton, Somerset TA2 8DG T: 01823 323000 E: info@westfordmechanical.co.uk W: westfordmechanical.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2010 In-House: BDEGHIMOSV Contracted Out: ACLRTUWZ

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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 £5 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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Amico Enterprises (Wales) Ltd t/a Amico Commercial Solutions

A A Clean Services Ltd

Berry Field House, Lodge Road, Caerleon, Newport, Gwent NP18 3QW T: 01633 891471 E: alancresswell2010@gmail.com W: acleanservices.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2010 In-House: T Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Action Air Conditioning Ltd

Unit 2 Ringside Business Centre, Heol Y Rhosog, Rumney, Cardiff CF3 2EW T: 029 2079 8488 E: info@actionairconditioning.co.uk W: actionairconditioning.co.uk Contract Size: 3 Joined: 1998 In-House: ABG

AER Cymru Cyf

Unit 10, Cookes Industrial Estate, Penrhyndeudraeth, Gwynedd LL48 6LT T: 01766 770222 E: danni@aercymru.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2008 In-House: ACDEGHJLMPSUWYZ Contracted Out: IOTV

AET Extraction Ltd

Caligo Court, Unit 52, Springvale Industrial Estate, Cwmbran, Torfaen NP44 5BB T: 01633 875520 E: steve@aetextraction.co.uk W: aetlimited.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Joined: 2012 In-House: CDEFST Contracted Out: AOPQZ

Air Conditioning Systems Wales Ltd Unit 9 Greenway Workshops, Bedwas House Industrial Estate, Bedwas, Caerphilly CF83 8HW T: 029 2086 6700 E: jamiedownes@btconnect.com W: acswales.net Contract Size: 4 Joined: 2008 In-House: ABIOSUV Contracted Out: HTYZ

Airpro Systems (Holdings) Airpro Systems (Holdings), 14a Ty Wern Road, Rhiwbina, Cardiff CF14 6AA T: 029 2069 5120 E: joanna@airpro.co.uk W: airpro.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Joined: 1994 In-House: ABCDEFIOS Contracted Out: PQRTUVZ Specialist Group: VG

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Airtech Ventilation Ltd

Unit 1B, Gallagher Retail Park, Parc Pontypandy, Caerphilly, Mid Glamorgan CF83 3GX T: 029 2086 7604 E: gary.crane@airtechventilation.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2004 In-House: CDE Specialist Group: VG

Allied Mechanical Engineering Ltd

Unit M4, Clos Marian, Southpoint Industrial Estate, Cardiff CF10 4SP T: 029 2047 0097 E: nickb@amegroup.co.uk W: amegroup.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2004 In-House: GHIJKLMOPQSVWX Contracted Out: ABCDERTUYZ Specialist Group: HAPS

Almac Engineering (Air Conditioning) Ltd

Unit 8, Papermill Road, Canton, Cardiff CF11 8DH T: 029 2023 0815 E: richie@almacengineering.com W: almacengineering.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2005 In-House: CE

Unit 2, Llwyn-y-Graig, Garngoch Industrial Estate, Gorseinon, Swansea SA4 9WG Tel: 01792 895 111 / 01792 899 154 Fax: 01792 899 733 Email: jessica@amicoholding.co.uk Website: amicocommercialsolutions.co.uk Amico Commercial Solutions has over 10 years experience on all aspects of ventilation system cleaning, grease extract cleaning, fire damper servicing and maintenance. We have commercial and private clients throughout Wales and the South West. We provide professional and competitively priced services with a team of highly skilled operatives trained in the use of specialist equipment to promote efficiency. We offer a flexible, bespoke service to meet the requirements of individual customers and have developed long standing working relationships with them. Contact us today and a member of our team will be more than happy to find a solution to your needs.

Amico Commercial Solutions

Unit 2 Llwyn-y-graig, Garngoch Industrial Estate, Gorseinon, Swa SA4 9WG T: 01792 895111 E: louise@amicoholding.co.uk W: rainbow-int.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Joined: 2010 In-House: FST Specialist Group: SFG, VHB, VG

Melrose Close Swansea Enterprise Park Swansea SA6 8QE Tel: 01792 700820 Fax: 01792 797867 Email: admin@amrocheating.co.uk

Amroc Heating Services Ltd

www.amroc-heating-services.co.uk

Melrose Close, Swansea Enterprise Park, Swansea SA6 8QE T: 01792 700820 E: scott@amrocheating.co.uk W: amroc-heating.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Joined: 2013 In-House: GLM

Amser Building Services Ltd

Unit 3 Lewis Court, 50 Portmanmoor Road Ind Estate, Cardiff, Wales CF24 5HQ T: 029 2049 9639 E: James@amser.co.uk W: amser.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2012 In-House: CDGHILMYZ Cont'd Out: ABEFJKOPQRSTUVWX Specialist Group: HAPS

Amroc Heating Services Limited

Website:

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.

4 Cae Garn, Heol-y-Cyw, Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan CF35 6LD T: 0165 6865551 E: info@bbhsltd.co.uk W: bbhsltd.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2009 In-House: CDEGHJLMPRSTVW Contracted Out: IUXYZ

BFL Engineering Services Ltd

Trydanol Court, Heol Mostyn, Village Farm Ind Estate, Pyle, Bridgend CF33 6BJ T: 01639 899321 E: carl@bfl-es.co.uk W: bfl-es.co.uk Contract Size: 1 Joined: 2016 In-House: GH

Boiler Burner Maintenance Ltd

Unit 317 Woodside Way, Springvale Industrial Estate, Cwmbran, Torfaen NP44 5BR T: 01633 871377 E: service@bbm-uk.com W: bbm-uk.com Joined: 2019 In-House: CDEGHSUV

C C & G Mechanical Ltd

Unit 12 Greenhill Court, Springmeadow Business Park, Wentloog, Cardiff, South Glamorgan CF3 2AG T: 0845 496 1015 E: luke.gonzales@cgmhvac.co.uk W: cgmhvac.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2015 In-House: ABCDEGIJKOST Contracted Out: LMNPQUVWZ Specialist Group: RACHP

CMB Engineering

Ground Floor 1 Alexandra Gate, Ffordd Pengam, Tremorfa, Cardiff CF24 2SA T: 029 2036 0434 E: pdavies@cmbeng.co.uk W: cmbengineering.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Joined: 2000 In-House: ABGHJKLMOPX Contracted Out: CDEFIQRSTUVWYZ

CMB Renewables Ltd

1 Alexandra Gate, Ffordd Pengam, Tremorfa, Cardiff, West Glamorgan CF24 2SA T: 029 2036 0434 E: bjarman@cmbeng.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2012 In-House: ABI

CMB West Ltd

Ground Floor, Newby B'ness Centre, Neath Abbey Business Park, Neath SA10 7DR T: 01792 818022 E: pdavies@cmbeng.co.uk W: cmbengineering.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Joined: 2008 In-House: GJKMOPQX Contracted Out: ACDEFIUVYZ


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Comyn Ching & Co (Solray) Ltd

Solray Works, Phoenix Way, Garngoch Industrial Estate, Gorseinon, Swansea SA4 9WF T: 01792 892211 E: alastair.ching@solray.co.uk W: solray.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1904 In-House: GH

Cool Solution Refrigeration Ltd

Unit F2, Southpoint Ind Estate, Foreshore Road, Cardiff CF10 4SP T: 029 2049 3111 E: tony.williams@cool-solution.co.uk W: cool-solution.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2009 In-House: ABCHIOS Specialist Group: RACHP

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Duct Hygiene Ltd

Mainetti House, Bedwell Road, Cross Lanes, Wrexham LL13 0UT T: 01978 664800 E: duncan@ducthygiene.com W: ducthygiene.com Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2001 In-House: T Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

E E Poppleton & Son Ltd

Conway Road, Mochdre, Colwyn Bay, Conwy LL28 5HL T: 01492 546061 E: tim@poppleton.co.uk W: poppleton.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1965 In-House: CDET Specialist Group: VG

IMC Britannia

F P Hurley & Sons Ltd BRIDGEND • BRISTOL EXETER • CROSS HANDS We are a dynamic Building Services company, established in 1949, consisting of 150 highly trained and experienced staff, who are delivering an extensive variety of contracts, including Design and Build, throughout Wales and the South West of England. We offer the highest quality of installation through our skilled operatives. We take great pride in sourcing the majority of our work through repeat business and recommendations.

Ecofit Energy Systems Ltd

DCUK FM

1 Woodfield Road, Welwyn Garden City Hertfordshire AL7 1JQ Tel: 0330 124 5671 Email: info@dcukfm.com Website: www.dcukfm.com DCUKFM are leading experts in; • Ductwork Cleaning • Kitchen Extract Cleaning • General Ventilation Cleaning • Ventilation Surveys • Fire Damper Checks & Maintenance • Ventilation Fire Risk Assessments • Social Housing Ventilation • BESA Accredited Training • Inspecting & Testing of LEV Systems • Ventilation CCTV Surveys • TR19 Compliance Surveys • Licenced Decontamination of Ductwork Systems • Operating Theatre Ventilation Cleaning • Qualified Fire Risk Assessors • Asbestos Removal • Building Refurbishment Nationwide – various regional offices DCUK FM: The country’s leading ventilation hygiene, ductwork cleaning and asbestos remediation specialists

Dragon Air Conditioning Ltd Unit 2, Block C, Western Ind Estate, Caerphilly, Mid Glamorgan CF83 1BQ T: 029 2086 2760 E: k.markall@btinternet.com W: dragonairconditioning.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2008 In-House: ABCDEGHIOSTV Contracted Out: M

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Unit 2 Talbot Green Business Park, Talbot Green, Pontyclun, Rhonda Cynon Taff CF72 9FG T: 01443 446904 E: mike@ecofitenergy.com W: ecofitenergy.com Contract Size: 4 Joined: 2014 In-House: EILO

We continue to expand our business throughout the South of the UK, both in the Public and Private sectors, working with our Partners to maintain the highest standards of customer satisfaction. Tel: 0330 041 46 48 Web: www.fphurley.co.uk

ENGIE FM Ltd

Bridgend Branch, Unit 42, Enterprise Centre, Bryn Road, Tondu, Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan CF32 9BS T: 01656 723560 E: mark.williams2@engie.com Joined: 2007 In-House: ABS Specialist Group: RACHP, SFG

Evans Maintenance Services Ltd

Derby House, 29 Castle Street, Caergwle, Wrexham, Clwyd LL12 9AD T: 01978 76000 E: info@evans-maint.co.uk W: evans-maint.co.uk Contract Size: 3 Joined: 2007 In-House: EGHJMOSW Contracted Out: ABZ Specialist Group: SFG

G G G T Thomas & Son Ltd

The Haggard, Llangwm Hill, Llangwm, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire SA62 4NG T: 01437 890920 E: info.ggthomasandson@ btconnect.com W: ggt-thomas.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 1991 In-House: GHILOQ Contracted Out: ABCDERUWZ Specialist Group: SFG

H H & V Fusion & Drilling Ltd

F F P Hurley & Sons Ltd

Queens Road, Bridgend Ind Estate, Bridgend County Borough CF31 3UT T: 01656 661151 E: philliph@fphurley.co.uk W: fphurley.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1951 In-House: CFGHIKMOPQRSX Contracted Out: ABDELTUVWYZ

F P Hurley & Sons Ltd

Heol Parc Mawr, Cross Hands Business Park, Cross Hands, Carmarthenshire SA14 6RE T: 01269 831191 E: euanj@fphurley.co.uk W: fphurley.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1951 In-House: CFGHIKMOPQRSX Contracted Out: ABDELTUVWYZ

Bridge Terrace, Newbridge, Gwent NP11 5FE T: 01495 247805 E: carl@hvfusion.com W: hvfusion.com Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2010 In-House: GLMPRW

Highland Services

1a Attlee Street, Brynmenyn Industrial Estate, Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan CF32 9TQ T: 01656 720330 E: tim@highland-services.com W: highland-services.com Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2013 In-House: ACEFGHIMOSUVZ Contracted Out: BDLW

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Abbey Road, Wrexham, Warwickshire LL13 9RF T: 01926 463540 E: tonyb@imco.co.uk W: kitchen-ventilation.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2006 In-House: E Contracted Out: C Specialist Group: VG

ISTL Engineering Ltd

Unit 1, Bedwas Business Centre, Bedwas House Industrial Estate, Bedwas CF83 8DU T: 029 2052 0073 E: admin@istlengineering.co.uk W: istlengineering.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2004 In-House: GHJMOQRSTVYZ Contracted Out: ABCDEFIKLPUWX

J J C Matthews Heating Engineers

Edward Row, Deri, Bargoed, Mid Glamorgan CF81 9HA T: 01443 831869 E: colin.matthews@btconnect.com Contract Size: 4 Joined: 1979 In-House: CEGHLM Contracted Out: OV

J D Heating Plumbing & Mechanical Services Ltd

Unit 13, Greenhill Court, Springmeadow Business Park, Cardiff CF3 2ES T: 029 2079 9700 E: jstark@jdheating.co.uk W: jdheating.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2005 In-House: GHMO Contracted Out: AB Specialist Group: HAPS

JCW Energy Services Ltd

1st Floor Unit 8, Village Way, Greenmeadow Springs B'ness Park, Cardiff CF15 7NE T: 0117 952 2571 E: john.burgoyne@jcwes.com Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2014 In-House: ABGHIJLMOSUVYZ Contracted Out: CDEFKPQRTWX Specialist Group: RACHP

JRS Mechanical Services Ltd Enterprise House, Pensarn Industrial Estate, Abergele, Conwy LL22 7SF T: 01745 826717 E: phil@jrs.co.uk W: jrs.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1994 In-House: GIJLMOSZ Contracted Out: ACDEPQTUVWXY Specialist Group: SFG

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Parker Environmental Services Ltd

Taranis Engineering Ltd

The Old Courtyard, 8A Kingston Rd, Canton, Cardiff CF11 6HU T: 029 2041 2171 E: enquiries@ksbarry.com W: ksbarry.com Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2001 In-House: GHLMOW Cont'd Out: ABCDEFIJKPQSTUVXYZ Specialist Group: HAPS

L Lorne Stewart PLC

Lorne Stewart House, 1 Village Way, Greenmeadow Springs B'ness Park, Tongwynlais, Cardiff CF15 7NE T: 029 2069 4800 E: cyril.locke@lornestewart.co.uk W: lornestewart.com Contract Size: 8 Joined: 1988 In-House: ABEHIOUZ Contracted Out: CDFLTVWY Specialist Group: SFG

M Margden Heating Ltd

Unit 1, The Croft, Alltami Road, Buckley, Flintshire CH7 3PG T: 01244 550681 E: mel@margden.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1975 In-House: IMOPQ Contracted Out: ABCDELUVWYZ

MITIE Technical Facilities Management Ltd Mitie House, 3 Oaktree Court, Cardiff CF23 8RS T: 01222 361963 E: john.green@mitie.com Joined: 1998 In-House: AGIMOQSV Cont'd Out: BCDEHJLPTUWXYZ

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Pearce Elite Plumbing & Heating Ltd

Unit 25, Tondu Enterprise Centre, Bryn Road, Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan CF32 9BS T: 01656 507240 E: gareth.pearce@pearceelite.co.uk W: centralheatingsouthwales.net Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2013 In-House: GHLO Cont'd Out: ABCDEIJMPQSTUVWXYZ Specialist Group: HAPS

Premier Clean UK Ltd

Unit 2a Tir Llwyd Enterprise Park, St Asaph Ave, Kinmel Bay, Denbighshire LL18 5JZ T: 01745 859 222 E: emma@premiercleanukltd.co.uk W: premiercleanukltd.co.uk Contract Size: 2 Joined: 2006 In-House: ESTZ Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

N G Bailey Ltd

Narbeths Mechanical Services Ltd

49 Main Avenue, Brackla Ind Estate, Bridgend, Glamorgan CF31 2AZ T: 01656 669980 E: glen@narbeths.com W: narbeths.com Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2006 In-House: EGHIMO Cont'd Out: ABCDJLPQSTUVWXYZ

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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.

Pursey & Ball Ltd

Unit 12, Kenfig Industrial Estate, Margam, Port Talbot, West Glamorgan SA13 2PE T: 01792 818068 E: enquiries@purseyandball.co.uk W: purseyandball.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1991 In-House: ABEGHIM Contracted Out: CDO Specialist Group: HAPS

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2 Cae Gwyrdd, Green Meadow Springs Business Park, Tongwynlais, Cardiff CF15 7AB T: 029 2052 8400 E: darron.jones@ngbailey.co.uk W: ngbailey.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Joined: 1983 In-House: GIJKMOPQSUVXZ Contracted Out: CDEFHLTWY

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Unit 11, Polo Grounds Ind Estate, New Inn, Pontypool, Torfaen NP4 0TW T: 0149 5753600 E: darren@parkerenvironmental.co.uk W: parkerenvironmental.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2007 In-House: ACDEGQ Specialist Group: VG

6 Cambrian Court, Ferryboat Close, Enterprise Park, Swansea SA6 8PZ T: 01792 701256 E: lesleyevans@ rdmelecandmech.co.uk W: rdmelecandmech.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2015 In-House: ACDGIMUZ

Riverside Industrial Equipment Ltd

Trews Field Estate, Tondu Road, Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan CF31 4JA T: 01656 656541 E: tony.davenport@riverside.co.uk W: riverside.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2011 In-House: ABCDEFGHJKMOPQSTZ Contracted Out: ILRUVWXY Specialist Group: RACHP

Ty Verlon Industrial Estate, Cardiff Road, Barry, Vale of Glamorgan CF63 2BE T: 01446 732555 E: bob@roperhurst.com W: roperhurst.com Contract Size: 6 Joined: 1993 In-House: CDEJKPQSWY Specialist Group: VG

S & G Air Conditioning Contracts Ltd

29D, Park Road, Barry, Vale of Glamorgan CF62 6NX T: 01446 720404 E: info@sandgair.co.uk W: sandgair.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2009 In-House: ABIOS Contracted Out: CDEFGHJKLMPQTUVWXYZ Specialist Group: RACHP

Spie Ltd

80 Macrae Road, Eden Office Park, Ham Green, Bristol BS20 0DD T: 029 2039 3480 E: steve.ruddy@spie.com W: spiematthewhall.com Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1965 In-House: IMOPQYZ Contracted Out: LUVWX Specialist Group: SFG

Unit 9, Fieldway, Heath, Cardiff CF14 4HY T: 0800 031 5263 E: js@taraniseng.co.uk W: taraniseng.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2014 In-House: ABIOS Cont'd Out: CDEFGHLMTUVWYZ Specialist Group: RACHP

Thermal Engineering (Wales) Ltd

Pipe House Wharf, 38 Morfa Road, Swansea SA1 2EJ T: 01792 655009 E: colin.briggs@btconnect.com W: thermalengineeringwalesltd.com Contract Size: 3 Joined: 2002 In-House: CDE Contracted Out: A

W W Mullett Ltd

Unit 5, Verlon Close, Ty Verlon Industrial Estate, Barry, Vale of Glamorgan CF63 2BE T: 01446 421888 E: wmullettltd@yahoo.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 1973 In-House: GHILMS Contracted Out: CDEUVZ

Whitehead Building Services Ltd

Lanyon House, Mission Court, Newport, Gwent NP20 2DW T: 01633 242450 E: Ian.Williams@whiteheadbs.co.uk W: whiteheadbs.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Joined: 2006 In-House: GHMOSYZ Contracted Out: ABCDEIJKLNPQRTUVWX


West Midlands A Air Control & Development Ltd

Unit 5, ABS Business Park, Northgate, Aldridge, Walsall, West Midlands WS9 8TH T: 0192 245 5523 E: mick.r@aircontrol.co.uk W: aircontrol.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 1996 In-House: ABHLO Contracted Out: ET Specialist Group: SFG

Aquavent Environmental Services Ltd 3C High Street, Alcester, Warwickshire B49 5AE T: 01789 400170 E: phil.harrison@aquavent.co.uk W: aquavent.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2001 In-House: TW Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

ASJ Facilities Building Management Ltd Unit 6 Woodburn Road, Smethwick B66 2PU T: 0121 555 8118 E: attie@asjfacilities.com W: asj-services.com Joined: 2016 In-House: S Specialist Group: RACHP

B Balfour Beatty Kilpatrick

Modular Systems +, Woods Bank Est, Woden Road West, Wednesbury, West Midlands WS10 7SU T: 0121 568 2800 E: andrew.mitchell@ balfourbeatty.com W: balfourbeatty.com Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2009 In-House: GIJMOPQXZ Contracted Out: ABCDELSTUVWY Specialist Group: SFG, VG

Balfour Beatty Kilpatrick

1 Trinity Park, Bickenhill Lane, Solihull B37 7ES T: 020 7 16 6800 E: phil.neary@balfourbeatty.com W: balfourbeatty.com Contract Size: 8 Joined: 2009 In-House: GIJKMOPQZ Contracted Out: ABCDELSTUVWXY Specialist Group: SFG, VG

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Briggs & Forrester Engineering Services Ltd

12 Quartz Point, Stonebridge Road, Coleshill, Birmingham B46 3JL T: 0121 379 8007 E: neil.greensill@briggs.uk.com Contract Size: 8 Joined: 1961 In-House: GIJMOZ Cont'd Out: ABCDEFLPQSTUVWXY

C Carter Synergy Ltd

Redhill Road, Hay Mills, Birmingham B25 8EY T: 0121 250 1000 E: joe.moran@cartersynergy.com W: cartersynergy.com Contract Size: 8 Joined: 1991 In-House: ABFGIJLMOPRSTUVWYZ Contracted Out: CDEHKQX Specialist Group: RACHP, SFG

Caterquip Ventilation Ltd

Unit 1 Triumph House, Rigby Close, Heathcote Industrial Estate, Warwick, Warwickshire CV34 6TL T: 01926 887167 E: caterquipvent@btconnect.com W: caterquipventilation.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Joined: 2002 In-House: CDEIV

CBRE Managed Services Ltd

Coleshill House, 1 Station Road, Coleshill, Birmingham B46 1HT T: 01675 432150 E: jason.upperdine@cbre.com W: norlandmanagedservices.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Joined: 1985 In-House: ABCDEFGHIJKLMOPQRSTUVWXYZ Specialist Group: SFG

Celsius Solutions Ltd

Towers Point, Towers Business Park, Rugeley, Staffordshire WS15 1UN T: 01889 580274 E: rob.brookes@celsius-group.co.uk W: celsius-solutions.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2012 In-House: ABIOS Cont'd Out: CDEFGHJLMTUVWZ Specialist Group: RACHP

Chillaire Ltd

Unit 1, Veasey Close, Attleborough Fields Ind Estate, Nuneaton, Warwickshire CV11 6RT T: 02476 320300 E: j.stacey@chillaire.co.uk W: chillaire.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Joined: 2004 In-House: ABGHOSV Cont'd Out: CDEFIJKLMPQRTUWXYZ

Clean & Gleam (Midlands) Ltd Ashleigh Villas, 143 Tamworth Rd, Long Eaton, Nottingham, West Midlands NG10 1BY T: 07791 505966 E: info@kitchenductclean.co.uk W: kitchenductclean.co.uk Contract Size: 1 Joined: 2010 In-House: ET Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Clear Managed Services Ltd

The Hollies, Holly Lane, Alverchurch, Birmingham B48 7HH T: 0345 601 9949 E: sue@clearmanagedservices.com W: clearmanagedservices.com Contract Size: 4 Joined: 2006 In-House: CDESTW Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Clearwater Technology Ltd

Dearham House, Saxon B'ness Park, Hanbury Road, Bromsgrove, Worcestershire B60 4AD T: 01527 875700 E: kevin.insall@clearwater.eu.com W: clearwater.eu.com Contract Size: 6 Joined: 1995 In-House: TW Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Cormek Solutions Ltd

10 Westwood Close, Droitwich Spa, Worcestershire WR9 0BD T: 01527 759240 E: steve@cormeksolutions.co.uk Joined: 2019 In-House: ABCDEGSV Specialist Group: RACHP

CPL Service Response Ltd 11 Papermill End, Aldridge Road, Birmingham B44 8NH T: 0800 118 2503 E: timallen@cpl-group.co.uk W: cpl-group.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2011 In-House: ABGIOSZ Contracted Out: CDEMTWY Specialist Group: SFG

Crown House Technologies

Trinity Point, Trinity Street, Oldbury, West Midlands B69 4LA T: 01902 405403 E: pmoss@laingorourke.com W: crownhouseengineering.com Contract Size: 8 Joined: 1904 In-House: GIJKMPQVZ Contracted Out: CDR

Custom Heat Ltd

164 Lawford Road, Rugby, Warwickshire CV21 2HL T: 01788 568752 E: lincoln@customheat.co.uk W: custom-heat.co.uk Contract Size: 2 Joined: 1990 In-House: GHILMW Specialist Group: HAPS

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D DCUK FM

1 Woodfield Road, Welwyn Garden City Hertfordshire AL7 1JQ Tel: 0330 124 5671 Email: info@dcukfm.com Website: www.dcukfm.com DCUKFM are leading experts in; • Ductwork Cleaning • Kitchen Extract Cleaning • General Ventilation Cleaning • Ventilation Surveys • Fire Damper Checks & Maintenance • Ventilation Fire Risk Assessments • Social Housing Ventilation • BESA Accredited Training • Inspecting & Testing of LEV Systems • Ventilation CCTV Surveys • TR19 Compliance Surveys • Licenced Decontamination of Ductwork Systems • Operating Theatre Ventilation Cleaning • Qualified Fire Risk Assessors • Asbestos Removal • Building Refurbishment Nationwide – various regional offices DCUK FM: The country’s leading ventilation hygiene, ductwork cleaning and asbestos remediation specialists

Deepclean Hygiene Solutions Ltd

Deepclean House, The Courtyard, Harris Business Park, Hanbury Rd, Stoke Prior, Bromsgrove, Worcestershire B60 4DJ T: 01527 559880 E: awaghorn@deepcleanhygiene.co.uk W: deepclean-hygiene.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2005 In-House: ET Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Diamond Deep Clean Ltd

83 Longstone Road, Birmingham B42 2DW T: 0121 354 3904 E: service@diamonddeepclean.co.uk W: diamonddeepclean.co.uk Joined: 2018 In-House: T Specialist Group: VHB

Diamond Facilities Support Ltd

Unit 2222-2226, The Crescent, Birmingham Business Park, Birmingham, Warwickshire B37 7YE T: 01675 463900 E: aatkins@diamond-fs.com W: diamond-fs.com Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2014 In-House: ABEGJLMOSTYZ Specialist Group: SFG

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Ducatt Building Services

Platts Road, Amblecote, Stourbridge, Dudley DY8 4YT T: 01384 394641 E: philip.dainty@ducatt.co.uk W: ducatt.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1925 In-House: GIMOPQS Cont'd Out: ABCDEFJKLRTUVWXYZ

Ductbusters Ltd

Mortimer Hall, 1 Birmingham Road, Kidderminster, West Mids DY10 2BX T: 0121 559 1555 E: enquiries@ductbusters.co.uk W: ductbusters.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2000 In-House: FST Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

E EI Hygiene Solutions Ltd

Unit 2 Clearwater Industrial Estate, Ettingshall Road, Wolverhampton, West Midlands WV2 2JP T: 01902 454554 E: sales@eihygienesolutions.co.uk W: eihygienesolutions.co.uk Joined: 2016 In-House: T Specialist Group: VG

ENGIE FM Ltd

Birmingham Branch, 2426 Regents Court, The Crescent, Birmingham Business Park, Solihull, Birmingham B37 7YE T: 0117 907 2918 E: Dave.Mckechnie@engie.com Joined: 2007 In-House: ABS

Envirotech Building Services Ltd

Envirotech House, 26 Roman Way, Coleshill, Birmingham, West Midlands B46 1HQ T: 0345 671 8271 E: admin@envirotechltd.co.uk W: envirotechltd.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2009 In-House: GJMSVZ Contracted Out: ACEFILOPRTWY Specialist Group: SFG

F FBS Intelligent Engineering (IE) Ltd

386-388 Boldmere Road, Sutton Coldfield, Birmingham B73 5EZ T: 0121 382 9988 E: becky.thorp@fbsie.co.uk W: farrellyfacilities.com Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1992 In-House: AFGIJLMOPQSXZ Contracted Out: BCDEKTUVWY Specialist Group: SFG

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H Heating & Associated Services Ltd

Wythall Business Centre, May Lane, Hollywood, Birmingham, West Midlands B47 5PD T: 01564 829310 E: ian.allen@has-uk.org W: has-uk.co.uk Contract Size: 3 Joined: 2003 In-House: ABEGMOSZ Specialist Group: RACHP

Heating & Pipework Installations (Staffs) Ltd

Leigh House, Leigh Lane, Longbridge Hayes, Stoke-On-Trent, Staffordshire ST6 4PB T: 01782 577022 E: mswindells@hpistoke.co.uk W: hpibuildingservices.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1983 In-House: IMOPQ Contracted Out: LUVWZ

Heating & Pipework Installations (Stoke) Ltd

Leigh House, Leigh Lane, Longbridge Hayes, Stoke-On-Trent, Staffordshire ST6 4PB T: 01782 577022 E: mswindells@hpistoke.co.uk W: hpibuildingservices.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1983 In-House: IMOPQ Contracted Out: LUVWZ

Hockley Building Services Ltd

Holly House, 9-11 Holly Lane, Marston Green, Birmingham, Birmingham B37 7AP T: 0121 685 4545 E: edwardtreacy@hockley-ltd.com W: hockley-ltd.com Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2008 In-House: ABIOS Contracted Out: CDEFRTUVWYZ

Holborn Building Services Ltd

Unit G1, Castle Vale Enterprise Park, Park Lane, Birmingham, West Midlands B35 6LJ T: 0121 749 2555 E: nick.scragg@holborn-bs.co.uk W: holbornprojects.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2007 In-House: ABCGISVZ Contracted Out: FKMORTUWXY

Howells Bradford Ltd

Parkfield Business Centre, Park Street, Stafford, Staffordshire ST17 4AL T: 0333 335 8844 E: extract@howellsbradford.co.uk W: howellsbradford.co.uk Contract Size: 4 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 Mids B75 7BU T: 0121 378 4000 E: chrisjennings@hydrogroup.co.uk W: hydrogroup.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 1979 In-House: DEGHIJKMOV Contracted Out: ACLQSTUW Specialist Group: HAPS, SFG

Hygienic Cleaning Co (UK) Ltd

New Road, Pershore, Worcestershire WR10 1BY T: 01905 764171 E: j.lavenia@hygienic-ltd.co.uk W: hygienic-ltd.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2006 In-House: T Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

L L Darby & Son Ltd

L Darby and Son Ltd, Torrington Ave, Coventry CV4 9SX T: 02476 468101 E: office@ldarbyandson.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 1969 In-House: GJKMOPQ Cont'd Out: ABCDEILRSTUVWXYZ

Lord Combustion Services Ltd

Senator House, 131 Dudley Rd East, Oldbury, West Midlands B69 3DU T: 0121 544 4191 E: accounts@lordcombustion.co.uk W: lordcombustion.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Joined: 1993 In-House: GHIMPS Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

I Imtech Inviron Ltd

3100 Park Square, Solihull Parkway, Birmingham Business Park, Birmingham B37 7YN T: 0121 779 7005 E: enquiries@imtechinviron.co.uk Joined: 1983 In-House: S

Interserve Engineering Services

Ingenuity House, Elmdon Trading Est, Bickenhill Lane, Birmingham, West Midlands B37 7HQ T: 0333 207 4081 E: jim.marner@interserve-eng.com W: interserve.com Contract Size: 8 Joined: 1975 In-House: FGIJMOZ Contracted Out: ABCDEHKLPQRSTUVWXY

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Lord Combustion Services Limited

Senator House, 131 Dudley Road East, Oldbury, West Midlands B69 3DU Tel: 0121 544 4191 Fax: 0121 544 1345 Email: sales@lordcombustion.co.uk Website: www.lordcombustion.co.uk With over 35 years HVAC experience, we provide mechanical building services to a variety of commercial clients in a wide range of industry sectors. Services offered include planned & reactive maintenance packages as well as project management, design & installation of bespoke systems. We are approved suppliers to many government bodies and our accreditations include UKAS certification to ISO standards 9001:2015 & 14001:2015.

J S Wright & Co Ltd

Atlas Building, 16 Portland Street, Aston, Birmingham B6 5RX T: 0121 322 4000 E: jswright@jswright.co.uk W: jswright.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Joined: 1930 In-House: GHIMOZ Cont'd Out: ABCDEFJKLPQSTUVWXY Specialist Group: HAPS

K Klimatec Ltd

2 Lammas Centre, Budbrooke Industrial Estate, Warwick CV34 5WQ T: 0192 640 1745 E: pbibby@klimatec.co.uk W: klimatec.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2005 In-House: ABIO Specialist Group: RACHP

Lorne Stewart PLC

1st floor, 44 Imperial Court, Kings Norton Business Centre, Birmingham, Worcestershire B30 8ES T: 0121 486 3505 E: kevin.hatley@lornestewart.co.uk W: lornestewart.com Contract Size: 8 Joined: 1988 In-House: AGHIJKMOPQSUVXZ Contracted Out: BCDEFTWY Specialist Group: SFG

M M D Enertech Ltd

Excelsior House, Buntsford Park Rd, Bromsgrove, Worcestershire B60 3DX T: 01527 900900 E: andrea@enertech.co.uk W: enertech.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2000 In-House: ABGIMO Contracted Out: CDEFLRTUVWY


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M&E Maintenance Solutions Ltd

M & E House, 19 Cato Street, Birmingham B7 4TS T: 0121 380 5630 E: stuartbutcher@memsolutions.co.uk W: memsolutions.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2008 In-House: ABGJMORSUZ Contracted Out: FKTWXY Specialist Group: SFG

Maintenance & Contracting Specialist Ltd Unit 1A Taverners Lane, Atherstone, Warwickshire CV9 2BA T: 01827 720700 E: macs.ltd@myphone.coop Contract Size: 2 Joined: 2000 In-House: ABO Contracted Out: CEGHMU Specialist Group: SFG

Major Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Services Ltd Collin Lane, Willersey, Broadway, Worcestershire WR12 7PE T: 01386 858251 E: accounts@majorcooling.co.uk W: majorcooling.co.uk Contract Size: 2 Joined: 1975 In-House: ABH Contracted Out: OZ Specialist Group: RACHP

Measham Heating & Air Conditioning Ltd

142 Birmingham Road, Aldridge, Walsall, West Midlands WS9 0AH T: 01922 456567 E: smeasham@measham.co.uk W: measham.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1972 In-House: ABGIJMOPQSVZ Cont'd Out: CDEFKLNRTUWXY

Midland Commercial Environmental Services Ltd

The Bungalow, Shadowbrook Court, Shadowbrook Lane, Hampton In Arden, Solihull B92 0DL T: 01676 522112 E: mikepemberton@mcesuk.com Contract Size: 3 Joined: 1994 In-House: FSUWYZ Specialist Group: SFG

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N N G Bailey Ltd

3a King Street, St Marys Street, Worcester, Worcestershire WR1 2NX T: 07971 659288 E: jason.wells@severnclean.co.uk W: severnclean.co.uk Joined: 2019 In-House: T

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Brassey Road, Old Potts Way, Shrewsbury, Shropshire SY3 7FA T: 01743 359888 E: russ.ferry@scsgroup.info W: scsgroup.info Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2010 In-House: ABCDEGHJLMOQRZ

Pert Air Conditioning Ltd

Unit 11 Wharfside House, Ardath Road, Kings Norton, Birmingham B38 9PN T: 0121 486 4646 E: duanebetmead@pert-aircon.co.uk W: pert-aircon.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2009 In-House: ABIJO Contracted Out: CFTUVWYZ Specialist Group: RACHP

POD Stainless Steel Products Ltd

Unit 25 Waterside Industrial Estate, Ettingshall, Wolverhampton, West Midlands WV2 2RQ T: 01902 494036 E: phill@podstainless.co.uk W: podstainless.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2007 In-House: CEIS Contracted Out: MT Specialist Group: VG

R R.H.F Heating Company Ltd 71-73 Enville Street, Stourbridge, West Midlands DY8 1XW T: 01384 393694 E: rhfheating@btconnect.com W: rhfheating.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 1991 In-House: ACDEGHIJKMOPXZ Contracted Out: FLQRSTUVWY Specialist Group: HAPS

React Cooling Services Ltd

93 Arthur Street, Lakeside, Redditch, Worcestershire B98 8JY T: 01527 522783 E: rick@morreston.com W: morreston.com Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2008 In-House: ABCEGIJP Contracted Out: DKMQSTUVWXZ

719 Hagley Road West, Quinton, Birmingham B32 1DJ T: 0121 423 2325 E: tony@reactcooling.com W: reactcooling.com Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2013 In-House: ABILOV Cont'd Out: CDEFGHJKMPQSTUWXYZ Specialist Group: RACHP

Morris Mechanical Services Ltd

RSSAC Ltd

14 Russell Street, Stoke-On-Trent, Staffordshire ST3 4HQ T: 07990 762693 E: chris@ morrismechanicalservices.co.uk W: morrismechanicalservices.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2015 In-House: CDGHJKMPQSZ Specialist Group: HAPS

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Severn Cleaning Ltd

Etna House, Opus 1, 78 New Coventry Road, Sheldon, Birmingham B26 3AY T: 0121 771 7171 E: tim.rew@ngbailey.co.uk W: ngbailey.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Joined: 1983 In-House: GIJKMOPQSUVXZ Contracted Out: CDEFHLTWY

Unit 13b, Thorn Business Park, Rotherwas, Hereford, Herefordshire HR2 6JT T: 01432 378060 E: john.davies@rssac.co.uk W: rssac.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Joined: 1992 In-House: ABO Contracted Out: CET Specialist Group: RACHP

Shropshire Cooling Services Ltd

Spectrum Electrical & Mechanical Engineers Ltd Faraday Court, 85 Summer Road, Erdington, Birmingham B23 6UT T: 0121 350 9929 E: awood@spectrumem.org.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2006 In-House: GHIMOZ Contracted Out: ALW

Spie 365 Property

224-232 High Street, Erdington, Birmingham, West Midlands B23 6SJ T: 0121 377 5604 E: rod.hall@spie.com W: spieuk.com Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2008 In-House: ABGIMOSUZ Specialist Group: SFG

Spie Ltd

2nd Floor, Unit 1B Stratford Court, Cranmore Boulevard, Solihull, West Midlands B90 4QT T: 0121 713 8100 E: david.taylor@spie.com W: spiematthewhall.com Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1965 In-House: GIMPQSUYZ Contracted Out: ACDELTVWX Specialist Group: SFG

T TBS Mechanical & Electrical Design & Build Ltd 263 Alcester Road South, Kings Heath, Birmingham B14 6DT T: 0121 693 5575 E: service@tbsmech.co.uk W: tbsmech.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 1985 In-House: ABEGIJMOSZ Cont'd Out: CDFKLPQRTUVWXY Specialist Group: RACHP, SFG

TDR (Mechanical Services) Ltd

Hartlebury Buildings, Tansey Green Road, Brierley Hill, West Midlands DY5 4TL T: 01384 263463 E: contracts@tdrmechserv.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1982 In-House: GIM Contracted Out: ABCDEJKLNOPQRTUVWXY

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TDR (Mechanical Services) Ltd

Hartlebury Buildings, Tansey Green Road, Brierley Hill, Dudley, West Midlands DY5 4TL Tel: 01384 263463 Email: contracts@tdrmechserv.co.uk Website: www.tdrmechanicalservices.co.uk TDR (Mechanical Services) Ltd are a West Midlands based Building Services Contractor and have been established since 1980. We carry out contracts for a broad range of clients and work on a variety of public, health authority and private projects. The works we undertake vary in value from £1,000 to in excess of £2.5 million. We have a highly skilled and directly employed work force, which ensures quality, accountability and continuity on site. We have a high level of technical competence, to meet all clients’ requirements. At TDR, we pride ourselves on providing exceptional service, to the highest of standards, whilst remaining commercially competitive.

Total Extract Management Ltd

4005a Warstock Road, Birmingham B14 4ST T: 07852 908416 E: info@totalextract.co.uk W: totalextract.co.uk Joined: 2016 In-House: T Specialist Group: RACHP, VHB

Turner Process & Mechanical Pipework Installatiom Specialists Ltd

Unit F, The Wallows Industrial Estate, Wallows Road, Brierley Hill, West Midlands DY5 1QB T: 01384 480386 E: scottturner@swturner.com W: swturner.com Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2006 In-House: GKMPQ

W W T Parker Group

Parker House, 24-28 Moor Street, Burton on Trent, Staffordshire DE14 3SX T: 01283 542661 E: s.driscoll@wtparker.co.uk W: wtparker.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2002 In-House: ABGIKMOPQVZ Contracted Out: CDEFHLRSTUWY Specialist Group: SFG

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Yorkshire Aspro Maintenance Ltd

PO Box 718, Halifax HX1 9NE T: 01422 649114 E: jess@aspromaint.com W: aspromaint.com Contract Size: 1 Joined: 2008 In-House: ABGISZ Contracted Out: FJKMUY Specialist Group: SFG

Aynsley Building Services www.thebesa.com/ find-a-besa-member BESA provides a free online search service 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 F Connell Ltd

1 Alfred Street, West Vale, Halifax, West Yorkshire HX4 8LT T: 01422 310400 E: steve.parkin@afconnell.com W: afconnell.com Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2004 In-House: GHIJMOPZ Cont'd Out: ABCDEFKLQRSTUVWXY

ADM Systems

Fairfax House, 7 Wool Gate, Cottingley Business Park, Bingley, Yorkshire BD16 1PE T: 01756 701051 E: bev.myers@admsystems.co.uk W: admsystems.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2008 In-House: EHIOT Contracted Out: N Specialist Group: HAPS, VG

Airedale Maintenance Services Ltd 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 & maintenance F Indoor air quality G Commercial heating & plumbing H Domestic heating, plumbing, service & maintenance Design & build I J Pipework/hot tapping/ pipe Freezing K Offsite prefabrication L Underfloor heating M C/I gas fitting N Ability to sub-contract O Renewables (Wind, Solar, Biomass, CHP, H/P etc) P Industrial process pipework Q Offsite prefabricated pipework R Thermal/sound insulation S Facilities services T Ductwork cleaning & vent hygiene U Automatic control system V Commissioning/performance testing W Water treatment X Lloyds class 1 welding Y Fire protection engineering Z Electrical contracting

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

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Unit 5 Woodside Court, Clayton Wood Rise, Leeds, West Yorkshire LS16 6RF T: 01943 871 333 E: adam.wider@amslimited.uk.com W: amslimited.uk.com Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2000 In-House: ABHLOSZ Cont'd Out: CDEFGIJKMPQTUVWXY Specialist Group: SFG

Airmaster Air Conditioning Ltd

Wetherby House, Park Hill, Swallownest, Sheffield S26 4UN T: 0114 288 9911 E: lisa@airmaster.uk.com W: airmaster.uk.com Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2015 In-House: ABEGIJOSW

Alpha Plus Ltd

336 Coleford Road, Darnall, Sheffield S9 5PH T: 0114 243 3594 E: gareth.lindley@alphaplusltd.co.uk W: alphaplusltd.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1993 In-House: IJKOPQWX

Apleona HSG Ltd

Unit 4 Bruntcliffe Way, Leeds 27 Business Park, Morley, Leeds LS27 0LL T: 01483 428674 E: cary.donaldson@apleona.com Joined: 2007 In-House: ABGMOSUZ Contracted Out: TVWY Specialist Group: SFG

Clearwater Technology Ltd

Unit 9, Elmfield Business Park, Garforth, Leeds LS25 2JY T: 0113 287 8380 E: Alan.Holland@clearwater.eu.com W: clearwater.eu.com Contract Size: 6 Joined: 1995 In-House: FTW Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Aynsley House, Common Road, Low Moor, Bradford, West Yorkshire BD12 0UF T: 01274 711233 E: steve.hird@thehurstgroup.co.uk W: thehurstgroup.co.uk Joined: 2016 In-House: G Specialist Group: SFG

Clugston Construction Ltd

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Unit 23, Ringway Centre, Beck Road, Huddersfield, West Yorkshire HD1 5DG T: 01484 352000 E: m.gledhill@crowtherandshaw.co.uk W: crowtherandshaw.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1992 In-House: ABGISV Cont'd Out: CDEFJKMQTUWXYZ Specialist Group: RACHP, SFG

Balfour Beatty Kilpatrick

2200 Century Parki, Thorpe Park, Leeds LS15 8ZB T: 0113 821 3400 E: nathan.hall@balfourbeatty.com. W: balfourbeatty.com Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2009 In-House: GIJMOPQXZ Contracted Out: ABCDELSTUVWY Specialist Group: SFG, VG

St Vincent House, Normanby Road, Scunthorpe, North Lincs DN15 8QT T: 01724 843491 E: lee.clarkson@clugston.co.uk W: clugston.co.uk Joined: 2017 In-House: AGS

Crowther & Shaw Ltd

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C C&D Electrical Contractors Ltd

3 Lindrick Way, Barlborough, Chesterfield S43 4XE T: 01246 819735 E: garreth@c-delectrical.co.uk W: c-delectrical.co.uk Contract Size: 1 Joined: 2016 In-House: AG

Calder Building Services (UK) Ltd

4 Keighley Road, Ovenden, Halifax, West Yorkshire HX3 6QP T: 01422 383113 E: david@calderbuild.com W: calderbuild.com Contract Size: 3 Joined: 2009 In-House: BILS Contracted Out: CEO Specialist Group: SFG

CBRE Managed Services Ltd

Unit 1 Cliffe Park, Bruntcliffe Road, Morley, Leeds LS27 0RY T: 0113 259 7136 E: graeme.smith2@cbre.com W: cbre.eu Contract Size: 8 Joined: 1985 In-House: ABCDEFGHIJKLMOPQRSTUVWXYZ Specialist Group: SFG

DANIMAK Limited

Unit 8B Springfield Commercial Centre Bagley Lane, Farsley Leeds LS28 5LY 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.


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Environmental Control Solutions Ltd

DCUK FM

1 Woodfield Road, Welwyn Garden City Hertfordshire AL7 1JQ Tel: 0330 124 5671 Email: info@dcukfm.com Website: www.dcukfm.com DCUKFM are leading experts in; • Ductwork Cleaning • Kitchen Extract Cleaning • General Ventilation Cleaning • Ventilation Surveys • Fire Damper Checks & Maintenance • Ventilation Fire Risk Assessments • Social Housing Ventilation • BESA Accredited Training • Inspecting & Testing of LEV Systems • Ventilation CCTV Surveys • TR19 Compliance Surveys • Licenced Decontamination of Ductwork Systems • Operating Theatre Ventilation Cleaning • Qualified Fire Risk Assessors • Asbestos Removal • Building Refurbishment Nationwide – various regional offices DCUK FM: The country’s leading ventilation hygiene, ductwork cleaning and asbestos remediation specialists

Unit 32, Commerce Court, Challenge Way, Bradford, West Yorkshire BD4 8NW T: 01274 666647 E: julie@environmental controlsolutions.co.uk W: environmentalcontrolsolutions.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2009 In-House: ABHIOVZ Contracted Out: EGMTW Specialist Group: RACHP

F F R Scott Ltd

Canning Street, Hull, East Yorkshire HU2 8QS T: 01482 324731 E: shaun@frscott.co.uk W: frscottheating.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 1983 In-House: GHJKMOPQVW Cont'd Out: ABCDEFILRSTUXYZ Specialist Group: SFG

Foulds & Turton Ltd

Unit 5 Ripley Road Business Park, Bradford, West Yorkshire BD4 7EX T: 01274 721300 E: info@foulds-turton.com W: foulds-turton.co.uk Contract Size: 3 Joined: 2016 In-House: GH Specialist Group: SFG

Fredshaw & Co Ltd DNM Refrigeration Ltd

Unit 611, Avenue D Chaple Wood, Thorp Arch Estate, Wetherby LS23 7FS T: 03330 119 005 E: paullockwood@ dnmengineering.co.uk W: dnmrefrigeration.co.uk Contract Size: 1 Joined: 2019 In-House: ABCDEGIJKOSTUVZ Specialist Group: RACHP, SFG

E Elite Engineering Services (North) Ltd The Bay House, Browgate, Baildon, West Yorkshire BD17 6BY T: 0330 119 1649 E: d.bowman@elitegroupltd.co.uk W: elitegroupltd.co.uk Contract Size: 1 Joined: 2017 In-House: G Specialist Group: SFG

Elite Managed Services Ltd The Bay House, Browgate, Baildon, West Yorkshire BD17 6BY T: 0844 335 6150 E: a.iveson@elitegroupltd.co.uk W: elitegroupltd.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2012 In-House: ABGHJMOSV Cont'd Out: CDEFIKLPQTUWXYZ Specialist Group: SFG

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Victoria Buildings, Albert Street, Lockwood, Huddersfield, Yorkshire HD1 3PR T: 01484 422625 E: howard.rhodes@fshaw.co.uk W: fredshaw.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 1992 In-House: CEU Contracted Out: DRSTV Specialist Group: VG

G G B Air Control Ltd

Unit 14a & 14b, Moderna B'ness Park, Mytholmroyd, Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire HX7 5QQ T: 01422 883761 E: andy@gbaircontrol.co.uk W: gbaircontrol.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2007 In-House: ABFIOTV

G E Griffiths Ltd

Unit 44, Nortonthorpe Mills, Wakefield Road, Scissett, Huddersfield, Yorkshire HD8 9LA T: 01484 863055 E: psnaith@gegriffiths.co.uk W: gegriffiths.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 1990 In-House: DGHIJKLMOPQSUVWXYZ Contracted Out: ACEFT Specialist Group: HAPS

Gasmech (UK) Ltd

Unit 5 Hill Top Farm, Pepper Hill, Shelf, Halifax HX3 7TH T: 01274 678030 E: steve@gasmech.co.uk W: gasmech.co.uk Contract Size: 1 Joined: 2017 In-House: G Specialist Group: HAPS

George Boulter & Co Ltd

53 Barkly Road, Beeston, Leeds LS11 7ER T: 0113 270 5122 E: george.boulter@btinternet.com Contract Size: 3 Joined: 1953 In-House: CEI Specialist Group: VG

Greenhill Air Conditioning Ltd

Suite 8, S18 HUB, Callywhite Lane, Dronfield, Derbyshire S18 2XP T: 01246 410510 E: pete@greenhillaircon.co.uk W: greenhill-aircon.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2000 In-House: ABIOS Contracted Out: CRTUVZ Specialist Group: HAPS, RACHP

H H F Brown & Son Ltd

Portland Works, Main Street, Hemingbrough, Selby, North Yorkshire YO8 6QF T: 01757 638262 E: nick@hfbrown.com W: hfbheating.com Contract Size: 6 Joined: 1977 In-House: GHIJKLMOQVW Contracted Out: ABCDESUZ Specialist Group: HAPS

Heating & Pipework Installations (Leeds) Ltd

Unit 2, Gloucester Court, Gloucester Terrace, Leeds LS12 2ER T: 0113 263 0318 E: mswindells@hpistoke.co.uk W: hpibuildingservices.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 1983 In-House: GMOX Cont'd Out: ABCDEILPQRSTUVWYZ

Hensall Mechanical Services Ltd

Roall Hall, Roall Lane, Eggborough, North Yorkshire DN14 0NA T: 01977 661318 E: cbond@hensall.com W: hensall.com Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1981 In-House: ABGHIJKLMOPQRSZ Contracted Out: CDEFTUVWXY

Hydro-X Air Ltd

Hydro-X, Unit 1, Manor Drive, Dinnington, Sheffield, South Yorks S25 3QU T: 01909 565133 E: chris.findon@hydro-x.co.uk W: hydro-x.co.uk Contract Size: 3 Joined: 2018 In-House: T

I I A G Developments Ltd

Unit 31A, Black Dyke Mills, Queensbury, West Yorkshire BD13 1QA T: 01274 691051 E: adam@iagdevelopments.co.uk W: iagdevelopments.co.uk Joined: 2016 In-House: G

H Pickup Mechanical & Electrical Services Ltd

Durham House, Lower Clark St, Scarborough, North Yorkshire YO12 7PW T: 01723 369191 E: ken@hpickup.co.uk W: hpickup.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 1919 In-House: DGHIKLMOPQSVZ Contracted Out: ABCEFTUWXY Specialist Group: HAPS

HCS Mechanical Services 2 Moxon Court, Thurston Road, Northallerton, North Yorkshire DL6 2NG T: 01609 772001 E: richard.hamilton@ hcsmechanical.com W: hcsmechanical.co.uk Contract Size: 3 Joined: 2003 In-House: ABGHLM Contracted Out: EN Specialist Group: SFG

IAG Developments Ltd

Unit 31A Black Dyke Mills, Brighouse Rd, Queensbury, Bradford, West Yorkshire BD13 1QA Tel: 01274 691051 Email: adam@iagdevelopments.co.uk Website: www.iagdevelopments.co.uk IAG Developments are experts in commercial Plumbing and Heating installations, qualified to carry out even the most complex heating and Hot water systems, we have in-house experts in GAS, OIL and BIO-MASS applications. We install a wide range of heating products matched to your needs with the most up to date Energy Management tools to guarantee you savings right from the start. We benefit from working with some of the best suppliers of Heating, Plumbing and underfloor heating products.

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Imtech Engineering Services Central Ltd RCM Business Centres, Sandbeds Trading Estate, Dewsbury Road, Ossett, West Yorkshire WF5 9ND T: 01924 277880 E: daniel.ball@imtech.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Joined: 2003 In-House:

J JCH Fabrications Ltd

Unit 9 - 10 Lessarna Court, Bowling Back Lane, Bradford, West Yorkshire BD4 8ST T: 01274 739446 E: sales@jchfabrications.co.uk Contract Size: 3 Joined: 2010 In-House: CEGS Specialist Group: VG

John Wright Electrical & Mechanical Services Ltd

Unit 1, Common Road, Dunnington, York YO19 5PD T: 01904 424114 E: d.middleton@ johnwrightelectrical.co.uk W: johnwrightelectrical.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2009 In-House: GHIJKMOPQUVZ Contracted Out: ABCDELNRSTWX

K Key Electrical Contractors & Storefitters Ltd Unit 5 C Roundwood Ind Estate, Ossett, Wakefield WF5 9SQ T: 01924 268648 E: James.Taylor@keygrp.co.uk W: keygrp.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 2016 In-House: GHJLMZ Cont'd Out: ACEIKNORTUVWX Specialist Group: HAPS

Kitchen Hygiene Cleaning Services Ltd Clovelly House, 1-5 Updon Street, Hull, East Yorkshire HU8 7DA T: 01482 212955 E: admin@khcsltd.com W: khcsltd.com Contract Size: 3 Joined: 2012 In-House: ET Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Knight Engineers Ltd

Bramble Croft, Howden Road, Silsden, Keighley, West Yorkshire BD20 0JB T: 0845 620 4422 E: simon@knightengineers.co.uk W: knightengineers.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Joined: 2010 In-House: ABDFGHILMOSTU Contracted Out: CEKWXYZ Specialist Group: RACHP

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LABcheck UK Ltd

c/o Space Projects UK Ltd, The Old Scotney Building, Air Street, off Sculcoates Lane, Hull, East Yorkshire HU5 1RR T: 01482 606433 E: rick@labcheck.co.uk W: labcheck.co.uk Contract Size: 3 Joined: 2009 In-House: E Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Leigh Tec Systems Ltd

Suite 4, Larson Road, Goole, Yorkshire DN14 6XF T: 01405 752401 E: martin@leightec.com W: leightec.com Contract Size: 1 Joined: 2018 In-House: ABCEISUV Contracted Out: T

Lex Hygiene Ltd

Unit 18, Adwick Business Park, Church Lane, Adwick Le Street, Adwick, Doncaster DN6 7AY T: 01302 301401 E: john@lexhygiene.co.uk W: lexhygiene.co.uk Contract Size: 1 Joined: 2018 In-House: T

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Mackenzie House, 451 Cleckheaton Road, Low Moor, Bradford, Yorkshire BD12 0HS T: 01274 691177 E: neil.burns@mittonmechanical.com W: mittonmechanical.com Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1965 In-House: GHIJKLMOPQSUVX Contracted Out: ABCDEFTWYZ Specialist Group: SFG

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4 Cave Street, Hull, East Yorkshire HU5 2TZ T: 01482 342653 E: danial@mbielby.com W: mbielby.com Contract Size: 5 Joined: 1966 In-House: GHMOPQSVW Cont'd Out: ABCDEFIKLRTUXYZ Specialist Group: SFG

Machenair Ltd

Machenair House, Wakefield Road, Ossett, West Yorkshire WF5 9LB T: 0845 291 4005 E: jackie.howden@machenair.co.uk W: machenair.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2000 In-House: ABCDEGHIJKMOQTX Contracted Out: LPRSUVWYZ Specialist Group: RACHP, VG

Mansfield Pollard & Co Ltd

Edward House, Parry Lane, Bradford, West Yorkshire BD4 8TL T: 01274 774050 E: scockcroft@mansfieldpollard.co.uk W: mansfieldpollard.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 1983 In-House: ABCDEFIJKOQRTUVX Contracted Out: GHLMPSWYZ Specialist Group: VG

MAP Ventilation Ltd

Unit 1, Hanwiz House, Milner Way, Wakefield, West Yorkshire WF5 9JF T: 01924 278175 E: john.medley@mapventilation.co.uk W: mapventilation.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2009 In-House: CDEISTV

R H Environmental Services

21 Bank Crest, Baildon, Shipley, West Yorkshire BD17 5HB T: 01274 426728 E: tech@rh-es.co.uk W: rh-es.co.uk Contract Size: 3 Joined: 2007 In-House: ABOS Specialist Group: RACHP

R Nightingale Ltd N G Bailey Ltd

7 Brown Lane West, Leeds LS12 6EH T: 0113 234 3443 E: mick.geeson@ngbailey.co.uk W: baileymaintenance.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1983 In-House: ABFHIKOSUVYZ Contracted Out: CDET Specialist Group: SFG

N G Bailey Ltd

7 Brown Lane West, Leeds LS12 6EH T: 0113 234 3443 E: paul.beeton@ngbailey.co.uk W: ngbailey.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Joined: 1983 In-House: GIJKMOPQSUVXZ Contracted Out: CDEFHLTWY

N G Bailey Ltd

M Bielby Ltd

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Denton Hall, Ilkley, West Yorkshire LS29 0HH T: 01943 601933 E: brian.boyd@ngbailey.co.uk W: ngbailey.co.uk Contract Size: 8 Joined: 1983 In-House: GIJKMOPQSUVXZ Contracted Out: CDEFHLTWY

P Phoenix Mechanical Services Ltd

44 Wilson Street, Sheffield S3 8DD T: 0114 273 0737 E: admin@pms-sheffield.co.uk W: pms-sheffield.co.uk Contract Size: 6 Joined: 1991 In-House: JKMOPQWX

Proctor Heating Services Ltd Culvert House, 4 Whiting Street, Sheffield S8 9QR T: 0114 258 6321 E: mark@proctorheating.com Contract Size: 6 Joined: 1988 In-House: GHIMOV Contracted Out: ACDE

Q Quality Environmental Services Ltd

Unit 8, Neepsend Industrial Estate, 80 Parkwood Road, Sheffield S3 8AG T: 0114 272 8838 E: dave@qualityenvironmental.co.uk W: qualityenvironmental.co.uk Contract Size: 3 Joined: 2014 In-House: FT Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

The Old Bank, 2 Westbourne Grove, Scarborough, North Yorkshire YO11 2DJ T: 01723 370399 E: ricknightingale@aol.com W: rnightingaleltd.co.uk Contract Size: 3 Joined: 2013 In-House: ACDEJTW Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

R V H M. Ltd

Facilities House, 20 Main Street, Hull HU2 0LF T: 01482 661276 E: dean@rvhm.com W: rvhm.com Contract Size: 4 Joined: 2001 In-House: ABCDEOSTVW Contracted Out: M Spec Group: RACHP, SFG, VHB

Rotary Yorkshire Ltd

Spa Industrial Estate, 4-5 Buslingthorpe Green, Meanwood Road, Leeds LS7 2HG T: 0113 262 0911 E: paul.barrow@rotarygroup.com W: rotarybuildingservices.com Contract Size: 8 Joined: 2002 In-House: FHIJKOPQVYZ Cont'd Out: ABCDEGLMSTUWX

S S & R Cleaning (UK) Ltd

Hamilton House, Cemetary Road, Bradford, West Yorkshire BD8 9TB T: 01274 362706 E: info@sandrcleaning.co.uk W: sandrcleaning.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Joined: 2012 In-House: EST Contracted Out: ABCM Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

S R Black Plumbing & Heating Ltd

Freightliner Road, Hull, East Yorkshire HU3 4UW T: 01482 589010 E: stuart@srblack.com W: srblack.com Contract Size: 5 Joined: 2010 In-House: HLW Contracted Out: IPQ Specialist Group: HAPS


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Sayes & Company Ltd

Richardshaw Road, Stanningley, Pudsey, Leeds, West Yorkshire LS28 6BR T: 0113 257 8411 E: nick.jackson@sayesltd.com W: sayesltd.com Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1941 In-House: ABGHIJKMOPQSV Contracted Out: CDELRTUWXYZ Specialist Group: RACHP, SFG

Sayes Service Ltd

Richardshaw Road, Stanningley, Pudsey, Leeds LS28 6BR T: 0113 257 8411 E: nick.jackson@sayesltd.com W: sayesltd.com Contract Size: 6 Joined: 2006 In-House: ABGHIJMOSUVW Contracted Out: CDEKLNQRTZ Specialist Group: SFG

SES (Engineering Services) Ltd

Moorside, Monks Cross Drive, York YO32 9LB T: 01904 437340 E: sjoyce@ses-ltd.co.uk W: wates.co.uk/what-we-do/sesengineering-services Contract Size: 8 Joined: 1976 In-House: ABCDEGHIMOSTV Contracted Out: FJKLPQUWXYZ

Sonder Heating & Ventilation Ltd

5th Floor, Empire House, Wakefield Old Road, Dewsbury, West Yorkshire WF12 8DJ T: 01924 480856 E: sbenge@sonderheating.com W: sonderheating.com Contract Size: 3 Joined: 1999 In-House: DEGHMST Contracted Out: ABCV Specialist Group: SFG

Sparks Mechanical Services Ltd

Unit 7 Whitacre Industrial Estate, Whitacre Street, Huddersfield, Yorkshire HD1 1LY T: 01484 460329 E: diane.francis@sparksms.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 1969 In-House: ABOSZ

SSE Contracting Ltd

North Region, Unit 4 Astley Lane Industrial Estate, Astley Lane, Swillington, Leeds LS26 8XT T: 0113 276 5151 E: vick.phillips@ssecontracting.com Contract Size: 8 Joined: 2013 In-House: EGHIJMOPRSUWZ Contracted Out: ABCDFKLQTVXY Specialist Group: SFG

The Duct Cleaning Co Ltd

148 Cardigan Road, Bridlington, East Yorkshire YO15 2LR T: 01262 679030 E: joandrobfryer@tiscali.co.uk W: theductcleaningcompany.co.uk Contract Size: 2 Joined: 2014 In-House: ET Specialist Group: SFG, VHB

Trivent Ltd

13 Brown Place, Brown Lane West, Leeds LS11 0EF T: 0113 276 0611 E: ian@trivent.co.uk W: trivent.co.uk Contract Size: 4 Joined: 2018 In-House: CE Contracted Out: D

TWO Services Ltd

Brooklands Court, Tunstall Road, Leeds LS11 5HL T: 01268 727603 E: margarita@two-services.com Contract Size: 5 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 T: 01924 261989 E: nicola.hardaker@vcservices.uk.com Contract Size: 3 Joined: 2009 In-House: T

VWG Mechanical Ltd

2 Narrow Lane, Bradford, West Yorkshire BD16 1HX T: 01535 270668 E: chrisd@vwgmechanical.co.uk W: vwgmechanical.co.uk Contract Size: 1 Joined: 2018 In-House: G

W Wright Brothers Partnership Ltd

City Heating Works, Waverley Road, Darnall, Sheffield S9 4PL T: 0114 244 1807 E: steve.foster@wright-brothers.co.uk Contract Size: 5 Joined: 1960 In-House: GJMSU Contracted Out: AR Specialist Group: SFG

T T Clarke Contracting Ltd

Low Hall Road, Horsforth, Leeds LS18 4EF T: 0113 258 6711 E: andy.meadley@tclarke.co.uk Contract Size: 7 Joined: 1999 In-House: ABEGJKMOPQSVZ Contracted Out: CDILRTUWXY

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