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Is 3D printing just the latest fad to get engineers over-excited or a breakthrough that will change the face of building services projects?


Engineering DNA

The new Francis Crick Institute in London offers a glimpse into research facilities of the future

Intelligent light

How energy-efficient lamps and smart control systems are casting a new light on our cities

Keeping your eye on the ball

Eight steps to the successful design and installation of renewable technology

What does lie beneath?

In defence of ground source heat pumps

Getting into print

How engineers are pushing 3D printing into the ‘realm of real-world, hard hat construction’

A cool response

Fan coil heaters v chilled beams – which air conditioning system comes out on top?

Movement for change

What are the alternatives to VSDs?

Hot flush

One company’s mission to establish heat recovery from sewage in the UK

Pure theatre

Ventilation is vital for infection control in hospital operating theatres


More than a third of buildings would fail proposed energy test

Upgrading properties could be prohibitively expensive

Rivers could be heat sources for homes and businesses

DECC produces map identifying 40 urban waterways that could host heat pumps

Construction on track for major growth

Industry will grow by 22% over next five years, forecasts predict

Time running out to enter CIBSE Building Performance Awards

Enter your projects now for the industry’s most important building awards


Speakers for Leadership Conference announced; product data templates launched on CIBSE BIM site; inspiring the next generation of engineers


Why ESOS will bolster air conditioning inspection reports

Hywel Davies looks at the consequences of ESOS and the F-Gas phase-out

Value proposition

Andrew Cooper explains why engineers should be excited by the Energy Act 2011

The recruitment see-saw

The industry must learn to retain its engineers, says Simon Owen

Change agent: Brian Morris

Managing director of CIBSE award winner Beverley Clifton Morris, talks about BIM


Moving towards interoperability in building services control

This module, sponsored by Rinnai UK, examines the common protocols that are allowing building automation and control systems to converge

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