Author: mitch

UV-C light and Covid 19 Pandemic

Clarkson Controls are taking extra steps to keep our offices safe during the Covid 19 Pandemic. We have introduced a new UV-C light system which together with chemical deep-cleaning procedures and social distancing methods gives us as much protection as …Read more»

Control first…Meter later.

Control first…Meter later. It costs an enormous amount of capital to construct a building, part of which is to provide comfortable conditions and be energy efficient. In every large building, be it school, hospital, college, retail or office block building, …Read more»

Saddlers 1888 Club Dinner

Had a great night at the Banks Stadium, Walsall last night, attending our new Chairman’s Dinner for the Saddlers 1888 club members and club sponsors. There was football manager impressionist, Darren Farley for entertainment along with great food and good …Read more»

BMS Commissioning Engineer

We’re looking for an experienced BMS Commissioning Engineer, based in the Worcestershire/West Midlands area. The successful candidate must have a proven ability in the Design and Commissioning of all aspects of HVAC controls and building management systems. The ability to work independently …Read more»

HVAC Controls Technical Sales Engineer

HVAC Controls Technical Sales Engineer covering Worcestershire and the West Midlands.  We are looking to recruit a technical sales person with a HVAC background looking to join a well established BMS control systems designer and manufacturer based in Worcestershire. We …Read more»

New BEMS Performance Specification

The new BEMS Performance Specification, which has been produced by the Technical Working Group, is now available on the BCIA website. Click here to download your copy: hashtag#BEMS hashtag#specification Well done to all of the Technical working group on …Read more»

TEM Elesta controls and sensors

Clarkson Controls are a distribution partner for TEM Elesta controls and sensors. We are pleased to be associated with TEM Elesta, as main UK partner and being part of Innovative BMS control products.  Innovative Building Management for sustainable energy efficiency …Read more»

Building Management System Design

Rising energy costs and government regulations are not the only reasons why people are rethinking their energy consumption. Growing awareness of climate change and dwindling resources are other factors why energy efficiency is becoming more and more important in everyday …Read more»

Joined up thinking!

Thinking about a complicated problem in an intelligent way. Anyone involved in the Buildings Controls Industry will, during their working lives, have been in an office, meeting room or class room and been aware of a proliferation of sensors, thermostats …Read more»

Sick Building Syndrom (SBS)

Sick Building Syndrom is a condition affecting office workers, typically marked by headaches and respiratory problems, attributed to unhealthy or stressful factors in the working environment such as poor ventilation. Almost everyone occasionally feels unwell because they are suffering from …Read more»

It’s Hot! Hot! Hot!

Temperature at work can be a health and safety issue Too much heat can make us feel tired and less energetic, cause heat (muscle) cramps, and place extra strain on the heart and lungs. Tiredness and loss of concentration can …Read more»

Ventilation in Buildings

Buildings account for over 45% of UK energy use and carbon emissions. Various energy management policies aim to reduce this figure. As the performance of building insulation and construction techniques steadily improve, energy lost through ventilation accounts for a growing …Read more»

See you at the BCIA Awards 2018

I am looking forward to catching up with old friends and industry colleagues at the Building Controls Industry Association (BCIA) Awards at the Hilton Birmingham Metropole this Thursday 10 May. It will be my first Awards Ceremony since retiring as President …Read more»

New BCIA President elected

Malcolm Anson, Managing Director of Clarkson Controls is proud to have just completed two years (Feb 2018) as the President of the Building Controls Industry Association (BCIA). Malcolm will continue as Immediate Past President and Management Committee Member. Meet the …Read more»

BCIA Awards Dinner 2018

Next years BCIA Awards will take place on Thursday 10 May 2018 at the Hilton Birmingham Metropole. If you’re a business or individual working in the Buildings Control Industry you should try to attend. It’s a great night and a …Read more»