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In this opinion piece Michael Curran, Chair, CIBSE Ireland, calls on all stakeholders – from regulators and legislators through to system designers, engineers, installers and manufacturers – to engage in round table discussions to ensure that the roll-out of heat pumps in commercial applications and public sector buildings is as successful as that of domestic...
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Forgotten but not gone … there is life outside the M50 and engineering does take place. So says Ryan Loney who recently “emigrated” to Galway and has posted this letter home via the pages of Building Services News.
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Just recently the building services industry in Ireland lost a true friend and guiding light of many years, Greg Traynor. In this appreciation Alex Foran recalls Greg's immense contribution to building services in Ireland, and accurately captures his essence as a human being, apart from his professional persona.
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Derek Mowlds, MSc, is the Managing Director of PM Group Asia with responsibility for offices in China, Singapore and India. He is a past Chairman of CIBSE Ireland and a past member of the CIBSE Council. Derek was also a founding Board Member and Vice- Chair of the Irish Green Building Council.
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DIT Bolton St was the venue recently for an intimate audience who gathered to witness the eight annual SDAR Awards final organised and hosted by the School of Electrical and the Electronic Engineering and School of Multidisciplinary Technologies. This awards scheme is one of two significant CIBSE Ireland applied research events intended to disseminate best...
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Last week Paul Martin, CIBSE Ireland Chairperson, hosted a visit to Ireland by Hywel Davis, Technical Director, CIBSE UK, and a member of the UK Government Committee preparing the Grenfel Tower Report.
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As CIBSE Ireland marks its 50th anniversary in 2018 and we look back at buildings designed in the 1960s, we now understand why large areas of glazing, lightweight construction and insufficient ventilation led to overheating and downright poorly-performing buildings.
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The CIBSE annual golf outing took place recently at Castlewarden Golf Club with 26 teams teeing off at 12noon for the shot gun start. The four-ball Florida Scramble format is immensely popular as this event is as much about networking and socialising as it is about the golf. That said, the competition is fierce with...
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De La Salle Waterford past pupil Paul Martin, who hails from the Hibernian Bar on Bolton Street in Waterford, talks about his rise from the Level 6 Higher Cert in Building Services to a lead role in Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) and now Chair of the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineering, Ireland...
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The annual CIBSE golf outing was once again held at Castleknock Golf Club with Daikin as the main gold-category sponsor and Wilo and Jones Engineering taking up the silver-category slots. Apart from that, the individual hole sponsorships represented a who’s who of the building services sector, demonstrating once again the the all-industry nature of this...
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