Dan Martindale, wellness, hot water, sizing, water heaters, hot water requirements, boiler, calorifier, water pressure, Andrews Water Heaters

A healthy approach

01 October, 2018

Wellness trends, such as health tourism and workplace fitness, are having a huge impact across the building services industry. Managers must increasingly consider hot water delivery in a wide range of environments – from office shower facilities to residential gyms and luxury hotel spas.

Jeremy Douglas, pipework, Brymec

If the building management system is the brains of a HVAC system and pumps are the heart, then the pipework is the cardiovascular system, distributing water, refrigerant, air and gas around the building to ensure it operates effectively.

Dave Lancaster, hospital, HSE ACOP L8, HTMO4 (Health Technical Memorandum), Legionella, legionella bacteria, public health, Uponor

DESIGNING OUT DISEASE

01 October, 2018

Legionella bacteria can breed in any stagnant water within the 25oC to 45oC temperature range, doubling in number every eight hours. Public health is just as much at risk from Legionella in private homes and offices as it is in large scale public buildings but there are three major factors that create additional risk in healthcare environments.




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CIBSE team awarded BEIS contract for new guidance for large heat pump installations in non-domestic buildings

CIBSE are working with an authoring team from Arup and a cross-industry steering group on a contract awarded by BEIS to produce new guidance on the installation of heat pumps in larger non-residential buildings.

Supply chain issues still affecting construction output

Glenigan’s November Construction Index indicates continued decline, countering positive expectations of an autumn recovery