Building Engineering Services Association

A trade organisation meeting the needs of building engineering services contractors involved with design, installation, commissioning, maintenance, control and management of engineering systems and services in buildings. It was established in 1904 as the National Association of Master Heating and Domestic Engineers and has been through a few name changes since, including: Heating and Ventilating Contractors' Association (HVCA) and from 2012 it was the known as the Building and Engineering Services Association (BES).

Rotherwick House
3 Thomas More Street
St Katharine's and Wapping
London
E1W 1YZ
UK
Website: www.thebesa.com
Email: enquiries@theBESA.com
Tel: 020 7313 4900

Documents by this publisher

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Series details Title Year Status
District heating and cooling - early design building connections guidance. For use by building developers and contractors where a DH/DC connection will or maybe required. 1st edition 2017 Green
Guide to good practice: heat metering 2015 Green
Guide to good practice safety facts 2007 Green
Guide to good practice site safety 2007 Green
Guide to good practice welding safety. 4th edition 2008 Green
Maintenance agreement 2011 Green
National agreement: Heating ventilating air conditioning piping and domestic engineering industry 2016/18 2016 Green
DSP DW/143 Guide to good practice ductwork leakage testing. 6th edition 2013 Green
DSP DW/144 Specification for sheet metal ductwork. Third edition 2016 Green
DSP DW/145 Guide to good practice for the installation of fire and smoke dampers (revised June 2010) 2010 Green
DSP DW/154 Specification for plastics ductwork 2000 Green
DSP DW/172 Specifications for kitchen ventilation systems (awaiting copyright clearance for the latest edition) 2005 Green
PUB DCHI/1 Domestic central heating installation specification 2004 Green
RAC 80 Design specification for the application of DX air conditioning and heat pump equipment. 3rd edition 2017 Green
SFG SFG/30 Guide to good practice - mothballing and re-commissioning of buildings 2006 Green
TB/001 Fire and smoke damper maintenance 2017 Green
TR/5 Guide to good practice - welding of carbon steel pipework 2003 Green
TR/6 Guide to good practice: site pressure testing of pipework 2006 Amber
TR/6 Site pressure testing of pipework. Building Engineering Services Association. Guide to good practice. 3rd edition 2017 Green
TR/11 Guide to good practice: guide to the use of plastic pipework 2006 Green
TR/19 Guide to good practice. Internal cleanliness of ventilation systems. 2nd edition 2013 Green
TR/20 Installation and testing of: Part One: Low temperature hot water heating pipework systems 2003 Green
TR/20 Installation and testing of: Part Two: Medium temperature hot water heating 2003 Green
TR/20 Installation and testing of: Part Three: High temperature hot water heating 2003 Green
TR/20 Installation and testing of: Part Four: Hot water service 2003 Green
TR/20 Installation and testing of: Part Five: Cold water service 2003 Green
TR/20 Installation and testing of: Part Six: Chilled water 2003 Green
TR/20 Installation and testing of: Part Seven: Condenser and cooling water 2003 Green
TR/20 Installation and testing of: Part Eight: Steam and condensate 2003 Green
TR/20 Installation and testing of: Part Nine: Natural gas 2003 Green
TR/20 Installation and testing of: Part Ten: Oil 2003 Green
TR/30 Guide to good practice: heat pumps 2013 Green
TR/35 Guide to good practice: low energy ventilation for residential buildings 2013 Green
TR/36 Guide to good practice: installation of rainwater harvesting in non residential buildings 2010 Green
TR/37 Guide to good practice: installation of combined heat and power 2015 Green
TR/38 Guide to good practice: Installation of biofuel heating 2008 Green
TR/39 An offsite guide for the building and engineering services sector 2015 Green

 

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