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EngTech LCIBSE Accreditation

Since completing my HNC back in the summer of 2010, I have been intermittently completing my application for membership with the Chartered Institute of Building Services Engineers (more affectionately referred to as CIBSE). So, around two months ago, I finally managed to pull all the information together and got the application completed. And it is [...]

TKI Attain ‘Approved’ Status with the Building Register

We are pleased to announce that, following the stringent checking and verification process, our Company has attained Approved status with the Building Register.  As part of the registration process, our current health, safety and welfare policy and procedures were assessed, together with our quality management and assurance processes, with all found to be satisfactory! The [...]

Happy New Year!

We would like to take this opportunity to wish all our clients and customers – existing and new – together with the readers of our blog a very happy new year!  Here’s hoping to a prosperous one!

Merry Christmas!

We would like to wish all of clients and customers, and readers of this blog, a very merry Christmas! Should you need any emergency attendance over the festive period, we have a limited number of engineers available on call.  Please call the office – 01273 692100 – which shall redirect you through to an available [...]

Electrical Safety Register: Is this the start of something special?

Earlier this week, the new Electrical Safety Register launched (!  The scheme is a joint venture between the NICEIC (National Inspection Council for Electrical Installation Contracting), the ECA (Electrical Contractors Association) and ELECSA and aims to promote their contractors to as many as people as possible, making it easier for people who need a registered [...]

Hove school ordered to switch off its playing field lights after planning breach

This week, I read with great interest an article published on The Argus’ website (article published: 16 October 2012 by Tim Ridgway) – the local newspaper for Brighton and Hove City – with respect to the new £900,000 all-weather sports pitches at Blatchington Mill School in Nevill Close, Hove.  Around two weeks ago, I was playing football at [...]

Trade associations greet electrical safety report response with caution

Electrical Contracting News (Vol. 32, No. 9, September 2012) reports that both the NICEIC and ECA have welcomed the Government’s response to a Communities and Local Government (CLG) Select Committee report, published on the 30 March 2012, but have warned that there is little provision to reward competent contractors. The Government has accepted the Committee’s [...]