Building and Engineering Services Association

The UK's leading professional body for building engineering services contractors. Founded in 1904, it adds value to members' businesses by providing quality services, promoting excellence and shaping the commercial environment through representation and leadership. Representing the interests of firms active in the design, installation, commissioning and maintenance of heating, ventilating, air conditioning and refrigeration (hvacr) products and equipment.

Esca House
34 Palace Court
London
W2 4JG
UK
Website: www.b-es.org/
Email: b-espublications@welplan.co.uk
Tel: 020 7313 4900

Documents by this publisher

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Series details Title Year Status
Conditions of sub-sub-contract. 4th edition 2011 Green
Conditions of trading: Contract for the supply of goods and services 2011 Green
Domestic heating design guide 2015 Amber
Guide to good practice: heat metering 2015 Amber
Maintenance agreement 2011 Amber
National agreement: Heating ventilating air conditioning piping and domestic engineering industry 2012 Red
DSP DW/143 Guide to good practice ductwork leakage testing. 6th edition (Superseded by BESA Guide to good practice ductwork leakage testing. 6th edition, 2013) 2013 Amber
DSP DW/144 Specification for sheet metal ductwork low, medium and high pressure/velocity air systems. Second edition (No longer current but cited in Building Regulations) 2013 Amber
TR/19 Guide to good practice. Internal cleanliness of ventilation systems. 2nd edition 2013 Amber
TR/30 Guide to good practice - heat pumps 2013 Amber
TR/35 Guide to good practice - low energy ventilation for residential buildings 2013 Amber
TR/37 Installation of combined heat and power. Good practice guide 2015 Amber
TR/39 An offsite guide for the building and engineering services sector 2015 Amber

 

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