As we approach autumn and the nights are drawing in, make the most out of the sun during the day. Leaving the curtains or blinds open to allow the sun to heat up your rooms. You could save 10% on heating costs, but remember to close them back up at night!
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There are several alternatives to traditional air conditioning units which can be viable options for your business.
A very successful start to the week for LEC, we are delighted to announce that we have achieved Silver status from the Supply Chain School.
The Silver recognition status means LEC are committed to ensuring that the organisation has the highest level of knowledge relating to sustainability and a full understanding of our clients and potential clients ongoing requirements.
LEC have reached the finals in the ‘National Energy Consultancy of the Year’ category at the National Energy Efficiency Awards 2018, this is following their success in the regional awards earlier this year.
The aim of the Energy Efficiency Awards is to provide public recognition for the excellent work the Energy Efficiency sector is doing in implementing energy efficiency schemes, and help to encourage best practice within the Energy Industry.
There are many ways in which you can make small changes that result in noticeable savings on your energy bill.
This week is zero waste week. There are many ways in which you can get involved here are our top five.
Johanna Dorey, Tom Wood and Graham Chambers from Briggs & Forrester were recognised for their contribution to plumbing at the recent Worshipful Company of Plumbers Awards 2018.
The awards are held annually at Carpenter’s Hall in London, home of the Worshipful Company of Plumbers who are one of the most ancient of the Livery Companies of the City of London, having served the City and the craft of plumbing continuously for over 650 years.
Before you begin to implement any measures to reduce your energy consumption as a business, it’s important to understand how much energy you are currently using.
The new facility is an extension to the existing Science and Engineering Research Support Facility (SERSF) building that was completed 3 years ago. Working in partnership with Kier, Briggs & Forrester will provide the mechanical, electrical and public health services.
The facility will provide an additional 2 Labs, CTR rooms, offices and seminar rooms for the university to increase the research capabilities. This extension will also provide additional office accommodation to the increased number of lecturers and professors.
Appointed by Kier, Engineering Services will deliver the mechanical, electrical and public health services contract at the Keynsham Riverside development in Bath.
The redevelopment will include the refurbishment of the existing leisure centre, including a new two storey extension, incorporating a learner pool, changing facilities and fitness suite. This will be delivered in phased handovers within in a live environment.