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Specifying TV, Audio and Data Networks

0n5959CAI was formed in 1978 to represent, and establish standards in, the rapidly growing TV signal reception industry.

Although the technologies our members work with have developed beyond anyone’s expectations since CAI was formed, our core strengths remain the same. We set industry standards, and vet applications to join. Specifiers who use a CAI member can be confident that the member they choose will have the skills and expertise necessary to complete their work to the expected standard.

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Rebecca Hemshall appointed as Chair of Constructionarium Ltd

0n5960Constructionarium is pleased to announce the appointment of Rebecca Hemshall as the new Chair of the board. Having served as a non-executive director since 2021, in her new capacity as Chair, Rebecca will lead Constructionarium through its next period of growth. She takes over the mantel from Keith Clarke CBE who has stepped down after leading the board for six years.

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Five benefits of using water bowsers on site

2SlBjAFPortable water tanks are the perfect solution for managing on-site water requirements. With Garic's broad selection of water storage solutions, you can efficiently and conveniently store water on-site. Static or mobile, Garic has the ideal solution to fulfil the specific needs of your site. Here are five key benefits of using water bowsers on-site:

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NASC improves its open and transparent membership application process

nasclogoNASC, the premier scaffolding and access industry body, that sets scaffolding and access standards. Has today announced its new application process allowing prospective members who meet the standards of membership to join within four weeks. Previously the process could take between four weeks and 12 weeks to complete.

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Finding your home's sweet spot temperature

pMkE8DnHomeowners and tenants alike constantly struggle to find the right indoor temperature. Given the varying weather, the needs and preferences of individual tenants, and the diverse thermal properties of various dwelling constructions, creating a comfortable indoor climate is challenging. It is possible to determine the sweet spot temperature for your home, a level of thermal comfort that is both energy-efficient and palatable to most household members, by taking into account various factors and depending on actual data.

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