HEVAR show comes to Glasgow

Features of the Scottish HEVAR exhibition and seminar event in Glasgow on 16 and 17 March include, for the first time in Scotland, playing host to an HVCA forum — a full morning of technical and business sessions chaired by the association’s director. Delegates will benefit from expert guidance on new and forthcoming legislation, including the EU Energy Performance of Buildings Directive, energy labelling, gas regulations and sources of funding for public and private-sector improvement programmes. It will also cover building design and management issues, including indoor air quality, ventilation testing and log books. HVCA’s in-house legal and commercial team will host a legal clinic, giving visitors the opportunity to raise contractual and other legal matters. On the exhibition front, there will be about 40 companies covering the whole range of building services Entry to the show and seminar sessions is free. The seminars are CPD accredited. The venue is the Marriott Hotel in Glasgow. The show opens at 10 a.m. and closes at 6 p.m. on the first day and 3.30 p.m. on the second day. Full information and pre-registration facilities are on the web site below. Scottish readers of have a loose-insert of information their copies of Modern Building Services..
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