Daniel May - 19.10.2021, 09:07
Daniel May, director, Consort Architectural Hardware, discusses the contribution of door hardware to maintaining hygiene in public facilities.
News Editor - 07.09.2021, 20:35
Aircuity CEO Dan Diehl will explain how exhaust fan control maximizes energy savings and reduces carbon footprints in lab facilities at this month's International Institute for Sustainable Laboratories Annual Conference in Atlanta.
News Editor - 07.09.2021, 17:01
MeteoViva Climate has been recognised as a service by the German Sustainable Building Council (DGNB) "Buildings in Operation" certification programme.
Ellen Huelin - 02.09.2021, 16:31
Ellen Huelin, Associate Director at Whitecode Design Associates, explains why whole lifecycle environmental costing is essential for reducing the contribution of buildings to climate change.
News Editor - 29.07.2021, 00:54
Jenton Group is claiming 99.99 per cent efficacy for Torpedo Quad, the new UV air disinfection unit developed by its JenAct subsidiary to keep ducted air conditioning systems free of SARS-CoV-2.
News Editor - 20.07.2021, 12:13
St Pancras International, Stratford and Ebbsfleet rail stations have received Certificates of Assurance from Bureau Veritas for cleaning and hygiene standards that help minimise the risk of Covid-19.
News Editor - 19.07.2021, 10:58
New research from Johnson Controls indicates 52 per cent of businesses in the United Kingdom have implemented clean air technology in advance of building reopenings with a further 31 per cent planning to do so in the next 12 months.
Susan Cassells - 28.06.2021, 14:06
Susan Cassells, business development manager for SOCOTEC’s Environment & Safety division, explains how improving indoor air quality can safeguard employees from occupational health concerns.
Jamie Cameron - 14.05.2021, 15:33
Jamie Cameron, Director of Digital Solutions at Johnson Controls UK & Ireland, comments on recent calls for a post-Covid 'revolution' in building indoor air quality.
Mark Bouldin - 11.05.2021, 16:09
Mark Bouldin, a healthy buildings specialist at Johnson Controls, explains why Covid-19 is changing attitudes to healthy buildings forever.