Changing places The AJ readers' visit to BSRIA demonstrated that the future is nearer than we think and gave an insight into its technologies
Now that issues such as whole-life costing are so prevalent, a remark made during an aj readers' visit to the Building Services Research and Information Association (bsria) should strike a chord. 'Some people who came to us for quotes said we were too expensive,' said bsria's Mike Smith, 'Now they are involved in litigation.' Smith went on to describe bsria's facility for the physical modelling of proposed ventilation installations. The physical conditions of the designed room are set ...
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