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The challenges of designing the Enterprise Centre at the University of East Anglia, in Norwich, to Passivhaus standards


No compromise

Designed to last 100 years, using 70% bio-based materials, the Enterprise Centre is aiming for Passivhaus and BREEAM Outstanding certification

Making connections

Tim Dwyer reports from the ASHRAE Summer Conference in Atlanta

Prepare for landing

Supply chain coordination and software integration are key to BIM, says Martin Howe of SES

The forgotten engineer

Wilson Weatherley Phipson provided services for Britain's finest Victorian buildings

A sensible approach to heat recovery

The viability of recovering latent and sensible heat

Air to the throne

Preserving the wall paintings of a royal Egyptian tomb

Back to basics

How to ensure natural ventilation works in atria by Andrew Acred

Guide A Part three

Tim Dwyer highlights significant changes in the environmental design guide


M&E market value up by 7%

Increase driven by legislation and long-term cost savings

New York outbreak leads to adoption of legionella standard

Cooling tower owners required to create plan for equipment maintenance

AC settings too 'sexist' for modern offices

We're only cooling for male population, say experts

Firms affected by ESOS leaving it late

Only 120 businesses completed the mandatory energy audit


Are you playing the BIM game, or raising it?

Craig Jordan wonders whether the impact of BIM is being exaggerated


HVAC oversizing during warm-up or cool-down

A changing landscape

What government changes in energy policy mean for industry, by Hywel Davies

Looking ahead

Young Engineers Awards; CIBSE Building Performance Conference and Exhibition; CPD training courses; CIBSE Groups, Regions and Societies


Ian Merrick, of Essential Living, on designing and maintaining low energy buildings in the build-to-rent sector


Implications of enhanced F-gas regulations for air conditioning applications

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