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Stewart Gilmour, Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE)

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CIBSE TM53 Refurbishment of Non-domestic Buildings NEW 2013

Guidance and industry reports

The case for refurbishment for buildings has to be made on an individual basis, and the drivers that exist are many. TM53 aims to assist the understanding of the buildings and systems we may encounter and produce a common strategy in the analysis of options and solutions. Read more…

CIBSE Guide G: Public Health and Plumbing Engineering

Guidance and industry reports

To provide guidance to practitioners involved in such systems. In addition to its core readership of public health designers and installers, this... Read more…

Probabilistic Climate Profiles - The effective use of climate projections in building design

Guidance and industry reports

Current weather events have an impact on building performance and occupant comfort. Future changes in climate are predicted to exacerbate such events and the ability of buildings to sustain an acceptable performance. Read more…

Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama case study from CIBSE

Case studies

This case study around the extension to the award-winning Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama looks at BIM capabilities and the technology currently available. Read more…

Kingston Heights open water source heat pump case study from CIBSE

Case studies

A modest single-storey building on the riverbank in Kingston upon Thames does not look like a prototype for an innovative renewable system that, according to its engineer, could be the answer to the world’s looming energy crisis. Read more…

CIBSE TM13 Minimising the Risk of Legionnaires' Disease

Guidance and industry reports

New, updated guidance on Legionella bacteria control for facilities/premises manager, engineer, consultant or other person responsible for designing, installing, operating and maintaining building water systems. Read more…

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