About Us

Modern Building Services is a paper journal and online site which offers an editorial perspective covering the Building Services industry, principally in the UK. Looking at not only traditional areas of building services but also seeking to unify the role of everyone in the industry across the entire building process - from inception to lifetime maintenance and refurbishment - MBS is at the forefront of developments throughout the industry, both technological and in terms of business practices.

With the highest controlled circulation in the UK Building-Services industry, MBS offers advertisers the opportunity to reach the optimum audience for products and services to specifiers, contractors and installers. MBS was also the first to develop an independent industry specific recruitment website (www.modbsjobs.com) to reach potential job applicants through jobs by email.

For more information about Modern Building Services' products and services and how we can help you reach the UK Building services industry, contact David Wade on 01438 759000 or email us on dwade@portico.uk.com

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Welcome

Welcome to Modern Building Services Online, the web edition of Modern Building Services (MBS) journal and the UK's most popular Building Services engineering site. Modern Building Services covers the entire Building Services Engineering industry. This site contains archived content from the journal, plus web-specific content.

When you go to our digital edition, you can also access the archive of digital editions.
July 2018: DIGITAL EDITION

ARCHIVE OF DIGITAL EDITIONS

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