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ooking your ticket for The Building Services Forum couldn’t be easier. And if you book now you will benefit from an early bird rate of £175 compared to the full standard ticket price of £195. There is also an early booking discount for students who will pay £85, compared to the full price of £97.50 for a student ticket.


Discounts apply up to December 31st, 2017. The term ‘student’ applies to apprentices, undergraduates or post graduates on a course of study relevant to the Building Services Forum. Proof will be required at the point of entry.

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Building Services under the microscope at new Forum Inspiring content

s interest in the new Building Services Forum hots up, now is the time to snap up your ticket for what promises to be a fantastic chance to gain some valuable CPD points on a

whole host of topics, find out about what’s new in building services and meet like- minded professionals.

This new, one day event, at The Building Centre, London, is tailored specifically for building services engineers, specifiers, facilities managers, installers, M&E consultants, building managers, contractors, architects, manufacturers and more. And in addition to the unmissable seminar programme, experts from major manufacturers will be on hand to demonstrate and discuss their latest innovations and technology. Organised by Datateam Business Media Ltd, in association with BSEE magazine, the event will explore a wide range of topical subjects, including: uProtecting buildings from cyber attack uEnergy management and procurement

uIntelligent buildings uThe Internet of Things uFuture proofing buildings uImminent new legislation uBuilding for wellbeing uMaximising efficiency with a low carbon plant room

uIntelligent and interactive HVAC pipework The Forum will act as a gateway to the latest ideas and thinking in this vibrant sector and as a platform for manufacturers to engage with building services professionals.

What your cket includes

uA full day’s CPD accredited seminar programme

uNetworking opportunities with sponsors, exhibitors and speaker companies

uThe latest product and technology innovations uBreakfast, lunch and refreshments uBreak-out sessions

BSEE Editor, Debbie Eales, comments: “Our aim is for Forum to become a regular platform for debate, discussion and innovation, providing inspiration to specifiers and installers and others involved in this important sector.”

Event organiser, Jacqui Henderson, says: “From our experience of talking to manufacturers and industry professionals, we knew that there was a gap for a new platform that will allow the industry to explore the new opportunities and technology available within our sector.

“This new event will give access to an unrivalled pool of expert knowledge with the opportunity to ask questions, put forward ideas and open the debate about where building services are going in the next few years.”

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There is easy access from mainline railway stations via Underground stations at Goodge Street, Tottenham Court Road and Russell Square.

Compelling reasons to aend – KNX UK

Iain Gordon, President of event sponsor, KNX UK, and Managing Director of Integration specialist, GES Digital LTD, said: “The building services forum will provide an excellent platform to educate both individuals and businesses as to the potential for growth within the controls arena.

“With research indicating a huge growth in this sector over the next five years, building owners and the service providers involved can’t ignore that this is the future in the built environment.

“With highly researched seminars and topics in discussion, join the best of UK industry in a program incorporating the world leader in control protocols and the only true worldwide standard for building control, KNX.”


It’s the ‘perfect plaorm for the industry’ – FETA


he Federation of Environmental Trade Associations (FETA) has announced its support for the Building Services Forum.

Led by Chief Executive Russell Beattie, FETA is a high-profile UK trade body which serves the diverse interests of manufacturers, suppliers, installers and contractors within the building services sector. It is split into six principle Associations; ADCAS, BCIA, BFCMA, BRA, HEVAC and HPA, and is the latest trade

association to announce its support for the Forum. Martyn Cooper,

he Building Services Forum takes place at The Building Centre, in South Crescent, Shore Street, London – a renowned hub for innovation in the built environment.

The Forum will be held in the 200-seat conference space, with an opportunity to see manufacturers’ stands during breakout sessions.

Commercial heang specialist is Forum’s headline sponsor

eading commercial heating manufacturer Remeha is delighted to sponsor the inaugural Building Services Forum on 8th February 2018. As providers of complete heating solutions, we work closely with specifiers, consultants and building services engineers. We understand the pivotal role of the building services sector in making buildings actually do what they are designed to do – creating not just a shelter but a safe environment where people can live, work and achieve.


The Building Services Forum provides a timely opportunity to join with key industry professionals to share expert knowledge and successes, spread best practice, and identify solutions to future challenges.

With CPD-accredited seminars from industry luminaries covering a range of topical subjects – from protection against cyber-attacks to designing healthy, intelligent buildings to the role of the Internet of Things in building services – there will be plenty of food for thought. Not to mention an insight from our own Adrian Morris into maximising the benefits of a bespoke- designed low carbon plant room. We look forward to seeing you there.

Chris Meir, Sales Director, Remeha

Commercial Manager at FETA, commented: “FETA is delighted to be supporting the Building Services Forum. With developments in modern building innovations continuing to surge, it is important for the professionals involved in this sector to meet regularly, share ideas, discuss concerns and discover the latest technology. We believe the Building Services Forum provides the perfect platform to direct the right course for our industry.”

FETA’s involvement is important as it represents over 400 manufacturers, suppliers, installers and contractors within the heating, ventilating, building controls, refrigeration & air conditioning industry to policy makers and the wider public.

FETA’s history dates back to the 1940s, with the early stages of fan technology and the expansion of the UK’s refrigeration industry as part of the war effort. As technology changed additional groups began to form which then combined into

associations, eventually leading to the formation of FETA.

BUILDING SERVICES & ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEER DECEMBER 2017 27 BUILDING SERVICES FORUM 8 February 2018 The Building Centre London in association with Building Services & Environmental Engineer


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