CIBSE Journal December 2016 human centric lighting

Body clock wise – lighting design for the circadian cycle

Human-centric lighting is a phrase that has been bandied about over the past couple of years – not least by lighting manufacturers – but what…

December 2016 Lighting
CIBSE Journal December 2016 Well Building Standard lighting

A healthy light style – the biological impact of light

The Well Building Standard considers the biological impact of light – and this ‘melanopic’ approach will have implications for lighting workplaces, says Andrew Bissell

December 2016 Lighting
Serlby Park Academy.

Fresh thinking: Meeting design and cost targets with single-side ventilation in schools

A single-sided ventilation strategy that meets environmental criteria – while upholding design quality – has been rolled out in two Nottinghamshire schools. Breathing Buildings’ Shaun…

October 2016 Ventilation
CIBSE Journal November 2016 Legionella

Prevention or cure – legionella prevention in heat networks

There are two options when it comes to safeguarding low-temperature district heating systems from legionella – safe design or sterilisation treatments. Xiaochen Yang, Hongwei Li…

October 2016 Heating
CIBSE Journal October 2016 Hevasure Francis Crick

Testing the water – tackling corrosion in pipework

Unseen corrosion in pipework can have a huge effect on the efficiency of heating and cooling systems. Continual monitoring of water quality helps identify issues…

September 2016 Public health
Financial Times at One Southwark Bridge

Why property owners are putting a price on thermal comfort

Data analytics company Demand Logic is attempting to calculate productivity losses caused by uncomfortable temperatures. Liza Young reports

September 2016 Health & wellbeing
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