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  • Mitsubishi Electric

    Part L Building Regulations - Update

    Mitsubishi Electric

    Part L of the Building Regulations has proved one of the most influential pieces of legislation for the construction industry. The last update in 2006 introduced the European Directive... Read more

  • Mitsubishi Electric

    Ecodan - Design and Application Training Course

    Mitsubishi Electric

    This course is for heating/building services engineers who will specify Ecodan air source heat pumps for incorporation in new or retrofit applications.

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  • Mitsubishi Electric

    Ecodan - Install and Commissioning Training Course

    Mitsubishi Electric

    This course is for heating engineers, plumbers and electricians who will be involved in installing and commissioning Ecodan air source heat pumps

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  • Mitsubishi Electric

    Ecodan Service and Fault Finding Training Course

    Mitsubishi Electric

    This course is for heating engineers, plumbers and electricians who will be involved in servicing and fault finding Ecodan air source heat pumps.

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  • Helifix Ltd

    Structural Masonry Repairs

    Helifix Ltd

    Seminar focuses on non-disruptive solutions for masonry repairs to retain aesthetic appearance and restore the long-term structural integrity. Repair options are illustrated through... Read more

  • Helifix Ltd

    Structural Load Considerations for the Design of Warm Roofs using Insulation Skewers

    Helifix Ltd

    Following recent revisions to Part L, seminar addresses misconceptions in design practice, particularly over the specification and installation of insulation for warm roofs. Guidance... Read more

  • Helifix Ltd

    Sustainable solutions for the repair of multi-storey and large commercial buildings

    Helifix Ltd

    Seminar explains how to recognise the particular structural problems experienced by multi-storey masonry and steel/concrete frame masonry panel buildings. It also examines concealed,... Read more

  • Alerter Group Plc

    Fire Evacuation Communication for Disabled People – The Law & Solutions

    Alerter Group Plc

    This online training video covers the communications required for a successful fire evacuation communications process, as well as the surround laws and legislation to comply to fire... Read more

  • Drax (UK) Limited

    Developments In Fire Alarm Management

    Drax (UK) Limited

    Seminar covers the background history of centralised alarm systems and updates the latest technology available for monitoring centralised alarm systems. Includes an analysis of the... Read more

  • Eco Control Solutions

    Invasive Weeds - Identification; Eradication & Control

    Eco Control Solutions

    Seminar explains how to identify Japanese Knotweed; Giant Hogweed and Ragwort. Covers relevant regulations and standards; Health & Safety implications; environmental issues;... Read more

  • Emco UK

    Specifying The Correct Sustainable Entrance Matting

    Emco UK

    Seminar is designed to make the selection and specification of entrance matting a more informed process. Discusses the types of matting available; legislative requirements; where &... Read more

  • Farrat

    Vibration Control For Building Structures

    Farrat

    This seminar explains the effects of vibration on buildings and industrial plants and explores the relevant acoustic criteria as well as options to manage/isolate these effects. It... 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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