21 gun salute: Young Engineers Awards shortlists

The 2022 CIBSE Young Engineers Awards will recognise a graduate and two apprentices for their skills and passion as building services engineers. For the first time, the awards will be held at RIBA headquarters, on what will be a memorable night for all 21 shortlisted engineers

Get in touch with CIBSE YEN in your region

Joining a CIBSE Young Engineers Network Society or Region is the perfect way to network with fellow professionals and keep abreast of the latest rules and innovations. To get involved get in touch with one of the YEN chairs featured here, or contact YEN

Interview with Raphael Amajuoyi: ‘Get involved and work hard’

The Presidential theme for CIBSE’s 125th anniversary year is ‘Inspire the next generation’. Erato Vasileiou talks to CIBSE Young Engineer of the Year Raphael Amajuoyi about his role models, and the importance of networking and hard work in his burgeoning career

Bloom Clerkenwell: the peak of health

To tempt workers back to the office, developers have to deliver healthy workplaces that score highly on sustainability and smart technology. Andy Pearson looks at post-pandemic office design at Bloom Clerkenwell

Life enhancing: improving IAQ with smart systems

Exposure to indoor particulate pollution can significantly affect health over a lifetime. Research by Dr Elizabeth Cooper and Dr Yan Wang suggests that the smart integration of automated windows and home air purifiers could improve average life expectancy by six months

Hybrid heat pumps: a step in the right direction

With 23 million homes still using gas boilers, Liv Stokes argues that hybrid systems featuring heat pumps and top-up gas boilers could provide a stepping stone for the decarbonisation of heat

Sensible cooling: avoiding overcooling in buildings

When spaces are cooled to uncomfortable temperatures, negative impacts are seen on people’s health and the environment. Tim Dwyer looks at a new paper that attempts to measure the extent of the issue