CIBSE Journal September 2016 Cundall Well building standard

A picture of health – Well Building Standard at Cundall

Cundall’s new office is the first project in Europe to receive Well Building Standard certification. Liza Young finds out what this involved, and how it affects staff wellbeing and productivity

Health & wellbeing
CIBSE Journal October 2016 40th anniversary overview

Building on the past: celebrating 40 years of CIBSE

From the miners’ strikes and oil crises of the 1970s, to the ‘boom and bust’ of the 1980s and technological advances in the 2000s, the UK’s industrial landscape has evolved radically over the past four decades. Liza Young asks former CIBSE presidents how building services has changed since the Institution began in 1976

CIBSE Journal October 2016 IES School 1976 v 2016

Primary evidence – primary schools from 1976 and 2016 go head-to-head

School design has changed fundamentally over the past 40 years, but have results improved in terms of energy use? IES’ Colin Rees models two primary schools from 1976 and 2016 to find out what impact advances in materials, systems and IT have had on energy consumption



Groundbreaking services design in the best buildings of today

CIBSE Journal October 2016 Chartham Maritine

Safe harbour – the Chatham Historic Dockyard restoration

For 200 years the historic HMS Namur lay forgotten under a wheelwrights’ shop at The Chatham Historic Dockyard. Now it’s the star of an exhibition on the age of sail in a Grade I restoration. Alex Smith reports

CIBSE Journal October 2016 Supp main Tate Modern

The art of cooling – services design at the Tate Modern extension

Its façade is not the only thing that’s cutting edge about the new Tate Modern extension – it uses water from the gravel below to cool and heat the galleries inside. Andy Pearson explains the innovative strategy