Commercial heating manufacturer Remeha is the headline sponsor of the inaugural Building Services Forum.
The Forum, taking place on 8 February 2018 at The Building Centre, London, is a one-day ticketed event, incorporating a comprehensive CPD accredited seminar programme exploring energy management; intelligent buildings; cyber security; healthy buildings, HVAC, legislation and more.
As providers of complete heating solutions, Remeha works closely with specifiers, consultants and building services engineers. Remeha understands the pivotal role of the building services sector in making buildings actually do what they are designed to do – creating not just a shelter but a safe environment where people can live, work and achieve.
Commenting on the decision to sponsor the Forum, sales director, Chris Meir says: “The Building Services Forum provides a timely opportunity to join with key industry professionals to share expert knowledge and successes, spread best practice, and identify solutions to future challenges.
“With CPD-accredited seminars from industry luminaries covering a range of topical subjects – from protection against cyber-attacks to designing healthy, intelligent buildings to the role of the Internet of Things in building services – there will be plenty of food for thought. Not to mention an insight from our own Mike Hefford into maximising the benefits of a bespoke-designed low carbon plant room. We look forward to seeing you there.”
Visit Remeha’s website at www.remeha.co.uk.
About The Building Services Forum
As the world faces an ever-growing threat from cyber attack, terrorism and global warming, Datateam Business Media Ltd, in association with BSEE magazine, opens the debate about these, and other key topics, at an exciting new one-day event aimed at building services engineers, specifiers, facilities managers, installers, architects and manufacturers.
The Building Services Forum will act as a gateway to the latest ideas and thinking in this vibrant sector and a platform for manufacturers to demonstrate new products, from HVAC to connected technology, renewables and more.
The one-day event will include a comprehensive, CPD-accredited seminar programme, manufacturer exhibits, breakfast and lunch.