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    Joining the dots: how good data can help us build better

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    Gathering and analysing data on materials availability across the supply chain can greatly improve efficiency on construction projects. Building, with decision intelligence company Peak, gathered industry experts to discuss how good data can help the sector meet its challenges

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    Are you making the most of your data?

    2020-12-11T05:00:00Sponsored by

    How are materials suppliers using data to drive transformation and provide better services for customers? Building, together with leading AI company Peak, asked some industry experts

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    Collective housing and the low carbon heating challenge

    2020-11-12T05:00:00Sponsored by

    With building regulations on energy use set to change very soon to accommodate government ambitions on slashing emissions, Building and Daikin gathered together some construction industry experts to discuss the impact of the likely changes on heating systems

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    CPD 1 2020: Ambient loop / carbon zero

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    This CPD considers how the ambient loop heating concept can help reduce energy consumption to meet new targets on carbon emissions

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    Understanding the Lot 21 EcoDesign Directive

    2019-06-11T05:00:00Sponsored by

    Air heating and cooling products are affected by a regulatory regime on energy efficiency that is becoming ever stricter. Here we explain the rules and how one manufacturer, Daikin, is responding

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    Air con: not seen or heard

    2018-07-09T06:00:00Sponsored by

    New high-end residential properties need climate control systems that fit quietly and almost invisibly into buildings while responding to the varying needs of occupants. This guide, sponsored by Daikin, explains the range of solutions available