We round-up articles looking at ventilation.
We've found a few stimulating titles that'll exercise your mind whilst keeping you off those pesky emails
What are the main causes of injury, illness and death in the construction industry - and how can we avoid them?
Energy-wasting homes mean higher bills and climate-warming emissions. With UK homes some of the most expensive to heat in Europe, why did an ambitious plan to make all new homes 'zero carbon' fail?
Two new European standards - EN 81-20 and EN 81-50 - have come into effect for all lift installations established from 1 September 2017. Here we detail some of the key changes introduced with the aim of improving passenger and technician safety.
Most of a building’s problems can be traced to moisture. It causes wood to decay, concrete to crack, fungus to grow, metals to corrode, pipes to burst (from the cycle of freezing and thawing), and it damages and discolours interior finishes. Understand moisture and you can prevent damp occuring.
This article explores the defining characteristics of the Passivhaus standard for eco-friendly dwellings.
A round-up of the gas safety regulations and guidance for those involved in residential development.
We explore how to improve the thermal performance of timber frame buildings.
An innovative stack system which has provided ventilation for the Palace of Westminster's debating chambers for more than 90 years is now being widely considered as a model for low-energy, sustainable ventilation in large public buildings.
U-values measure how effective a material is an insulator. We look in detail at terminology and core concepts when it comes to thermal performance.
The second in an eight-part series of articles examining the impact of climate change on the built environment, and the responses that can be made to those changes for both new-build and retro-fitting. This part focuses on excess heat.
Simon Lewis looks at how lessons can be learnt on a range of BIM projects.