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  In April 2016, the collaborative use of BIM Level 2 in all government procured buildings will become mandatory, with all asset information relating to a project becoming electronically shareable in a common environment.   Since the government revealed this as part of its BIM Strategy in 2011, many businesses within the construction sector have been scrambling to optimise their BIM capabilities. It is an issue that impacts businesses throughout the entire construction supply chain, from architects to contractors to product manufacturers.   However, as we stand here now, there is a risk that many companies will be left behind. From the latest surveys carried out by the Electrical Contractors’ Association (ECA), it is the...  Read More

Jaga’s own Nora Conlon was recently presented with the HVR Customer Service Person of the Year Award 2015. For a business in the HVAC sector, a strong product is nothing without stronger customer relationships.   Below are just some of the points that we at Jaga consider vital to our company’s success in the heating industry. Not only does this approach help to achieve exceptional scores in customer feedback surveys, it helps us to develop many lasting relationships with our partners.   *The personable approach *If you can get to know your customers and their requirements you’ll be able to form a much more sustainable relationship, ensure you are listening to and delivering...  Read More

  The United Nations Climate Change Conference will be held in Paris, France, from November 30th to December 11th, 2015. Here, governments from more than 190 nations will gather to discuss a possible new, legally binding agreement on climate change – and it is an event that everyone involved in the buildings services industry should be keeping a close eye on.   The significance of this occasion should not be overlooked, and whatever the outcome, architects, contractors and all building services businesses must continue to promote energy conscious living on a grand scale: in how buildings generate and use energy, and what products they use to distribute it.   It is encouraging to see...  Read More

Where there is carbon, there is a cost. It is a defining reason why more and more commercial building clients are keen to comply with voluntary energy standards such as BREEAM, along with the pending legal requirement to abide by legislative initiatives such as MEPS and ESOS. But businesses require guidance on the most efficient means to meet the compliance criteria.   Sustainable heating systems and products could undoubtedly benefit these end users, raising their comfort levels whilst decreasing their energy usage – and of course on a grander scale, it would ultimately be the planet that benefits most. For heating suppliers and installers, becoming experts on how to differentiate the benefits...  Read More

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