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  • MEES Solutions

    Introduction to Section 63

    MEES Solutions

    Section 63 regulations require the energy and emissions performance of non-domestic buildings in Scotland to be assessed and improved. The regulations came into force on 1st September... Read more

  • HSQE

    Work Equipment 

    HSQE

    This course serves as a quick; simple; effective way of explaining the risks associated with work equipment and the practical steps that can be taken to manage the risk.

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  • Protectit SP

    Conservation & Protective Systems & Devices for the Built Environment

    Protectit SP

    We specialise in complimentary systems; devices and products designed to clean; conserve and protect structures; assets and materials. Our expertise is in the areas of Breathable... Read more

  • Comnet Europe

    Power Over Ethernet

    Comnet Europe

    An explanation of Power over Ethernet (PoE) and the standards that define it. This presentation will benefit attendees with a little knowledge of computer networking.

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  • The Coal Authority

    An introduction to the Coal Authority – Our roles; our responsibilities and the work we carried out

    The Coal Authority

    An introduction to the work of The Coal Authority; including the operational work to protect the public and the environment and how we manage and use the extensive UK mining information... Read more

  • Kent Stainless Ltd

    Bespoke Designs For UK and Middle East Projects

    Kent Stainless Ltd

    This seminar explores landscape products and explains the types of steel finishes which architects and consultants can build on whilst looking at future projects. It explores the... Read more

  • Craig and Derricott

    Understanding Automatic Transfer Switches (ATS)

    Craig and Derricott

    An insight into Automatic Transfer Switches (ATS). Starting from the very beginning with the history of the Automatic Transfer Switch and the British Standards that are worked to. An... Read more

  • National Energy Action

    An Introduction to Energy Efficiency; Behaviour Change and Advice (half day course)

    National Energy Action

    This course aims to provide delegates with a basic understanding of energy efficiency in the home; and explores the implications of behaviour change theories when offering advice to... Read more

  • National Energy Action

    An Introduction to Energy Efficiency; Behaviour Change and Advice (full day course)

    National Energy Action

    This course aims to provide delegates with a basic understanding of energy efficiency in the home; and offers a focus on the way that behaviour change theories and ideas can enhance the... Read more

  • Nexans Logistics

    Safe working practices

    Nexans Logistics

    This course is designed as an aid to health and safety management; and to help reduce injuries.

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  • Energystore

    Introduction to Energystore

    Energystore

    This seminar provides an understanding of the different types of insulation; why it is important; what the problems are and opportunities to fix them.

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  • Heatrae Sadia

    Installed Drinking Water Products

    Heatrae Sadia

    This course will cover considerations and applications for specifying installed drinking water products; as well as insightful statistics comparing different drinking water units;... Read more

More information about Construction

The construction industry contributed £103 billion to the economy in 2014, which equates to 6.5% of the UK total. The industry employs over 2.1 million people, an impressive 6.3% of total employment. Construction is an extremely large industry, complex and diverse, covering a wide range of activities including house-builders, commercial property developers, designers & architects, materials producers, technicians, specifiers, manufacturers, suppliers, contractors and consultants (www.parliament.uk, No: 01432, 6 Aug 2015).

The Department for Business Innovation & Skills UK Construction Economic Analysis Report (July, 2013) states that the construction industry is one of the largest sectors in the UK but is significantly more fragmented than its main European competitors. Major factors that are creating change in the sector include the ongoing movement towards a globalised market, demand for sustainable development and the technological growth of emerging economies.

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