24 APPOINTMENTS & NEWS Heat Network Seminar Accredited by CIBSE W

ith the introduction of a new UK Test Standard for HIU’s and advances in technology, the District Heating

market is progressing rapidly. We have therefore updated our CIBSE accredited CPD seminar, to provide the opportunity to explore the topic in depth. Here we identify some of the key technical considerations that are fundamental to improving user satisfaction levels, and the overall efficiency of the network. Our seminar entitled “Next Generation Heat

Networks – Key Considerations” is accredited by The Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE) and provides credits towards consulting engineers’ Continuing Professional Development (CPD). The seminar includes topics such as:

•Regulations and Guidelines •Heat Network Design Principles • Heat Interface Units (HIUs) •Network Pipework Sizing •Central Plant - Capacity Calculation •Metering, Billing and Revenue Management •Remote Surveillance

The seminar is ideal for M&E consultants, developers and housing associations, and can

be held at client’s premises or at the Evinox Energy offices in Chessington, and at a time convenient to you. Our speakers are highly experienced in Heat Networks with relevant professional qualifications. A certificate will be

VEKA UK Group secures Secured by Design

Industry-leading PVC-U systems supplier, The VEKA UK Group, has been awarded membership once again of the national crime prevention initiative, Secured by Design (SBD), for both its VEKA and Halo brands. The VEKA UK Group partnered with Secured by Design several years ago and has maintained its strong relationship with the team, thanks to a shared ethos of designing out crime at the product development stage. Mark Barsby, Accreditation Manager of The VEKA

UK Group, explains: “'Designing out crime' means that security features are incorporated within products during the design and development stage, rather than being an 'add on' to the finished product”.

01282 716611 Howarth Timber celebrates reopening

Howarth Timber and Building Supplies marked the grand reopening of its Doncaster branch with a three-day celebration complete with offers, competitions and giveaways. The store, which is located on Churchill Business Park on Churchill Road, has

been extensively refurbished and regular customers and newcomers were invited to take a look at the bigger and better branch. The store’s new look includes a specialist plumbing and heating department and an impressive kitchen showroom displaying a range of modern and traditional kitchen combinations. As well as browsing the store, customers were able to take advantage of exclusive deals, meet the suppliers, enter an array of competitions and even enjoy a free breakfast.


provided to all attendees for obtaining CIBSE CPD points and refreshments will be supplied.

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VEKA UK Group flourishes at Red Rose Awards

The VEKA UK Group is proud to have won a coveted Red Rose Award after being short- listed in not one, but two hotly contested categories at the 2017 event. The industry- leading PVC-U systems supplier was delighted to win the 'Large Business Award' as well as being shortlisted for the 'Manufacturing Business Award' at this year's Lancashire Business View Red Rose

Awards. The trophies were presented during a black tie ceremony in the Empress Ballroom at Blackpool's Winter Gardens which was well attended by businesses from across Lancashire.

01282 716611 111 Howarth gets cooking for Cancer Research UK

Howarth Timber and Building Supplies recently cooked up a treat for customers across the country – all in the name of charity. Between 20 and 24 March, each of the company’s 30 branches hosted a breakfast morning and raised hundreds of pounds in aid of Howarth’s 2017/18 charity partner,

Cancer Research UK. As well as filling up on a tasty cooked breakfast, customers were able to take part in competitions and meet Howarth Timber’s suppliers, with extra fundraising events taking place at selected throughout the week. The funds raised will support the life-saving work that Cancer Research UK carries out.


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