Carl Sarens tells us about Sarens’ SGC-250 model crane, currently in action at the new Hinkley Point C power plant in Somerset, England
Climate Change (or global warming) is the name given to long-term temperature change(s) on and around the Earth’s surface, which causes long term shifts in weather patterns. It impacts the whole of the Earth and is causing polar ice sheets and glaciers to melt and sea levels to rise.
Carbon sensitivity creates demand across nations to impact international pricing across Europe.
Today marks the ten year anniversary of the Fukushima disaster that rocked the world – what happened, what were its impacts and how does the future look?
With the use of former Retail Sector building stock and office buildings into residential units – or HMO’s, it is becoming apparent that utility connections and building services are not being considered early enough in the project as they bring with them specific challenges.
You need to take a deep breath here, go and lie down, preferably in a dark room. I am about to speak a heresy.
Buildings are the second largest contributor to UK emissions at just under 20% of the total.
David Lewis CEng MICE MIET, Managing Director at ista UK, discusses the Heat Network (Metering and Billing) Regulations
Join us on June 9th for a net zero festival and on June 23rd for a consultants’ conference and awards ceremony
Work from Home (WFH hereafter) isn’t a response to Covid, it’s now a mainstream part of how we will live our lives.