We are delighted to welcome Martin Spowage to Brymec as a key account manager.
The team behind the Gherkin at 30 St Mary Axe in the City of London have lodged a planning application for a new tower next door. “The Tulip” has been put forward by Gherkin owner J. Safra Group and architects Foster + Partners.
Is the potential of the HVAC sector being hampered because of a lack of digital adoption?
Pipework circulates the lifeblood of a building services system - the liquids and gases that keep it operating efficiently. That's why it pays to consider pipe specification carefully.
Building Information Modelling (BIM) promises to revolutionise the way buildings are designed and operated. But what exactly is it? And how can it benefit your business?
Paul Carville, M&E Procurement Manager at £50m turnover contractor Kane Group discusses how working with Brymec has benefited the group, and why he values working with an innovative partner.
Facebook has struck a deal to locate its UK HQ at the Kings Cross Goods Yard regeneration site, kick-starting another major construction scheme spread across three buildings.
With the F-gas regulations beginning to bite and higher GWP refrigerants becoming expensive and scarce, evidence of illegal imports and sales is increasing.
The London Borough of Brent has approved plans to build London’s largest Boxpark in Wembley Park.
Investors have agreed a funding deal to start construction of a twin-tower scheme of build-to-rent flats that will become the world’s tallest offsite project.
The City of London Corporation has revealed how the skyline is set to change in the Square Mile.
Brymec are featured in this months ACR News HVAC&R Show preview. We look at the cost of short-termism, the long-term cost of buying cheap products.
The UK air conditioning and refrigeration industry has called on the government to remain aligned to the EU F-gas regulations and European safety standards post Brexit.
The new tower at 100 Leadenhall Street will echo the angled appearance of the nearby Cheesegrater but on a taller scale, offering nearly 1.2m sq ft of space.
Brymec has won the first ever Wholesaler/Distributor of the Year Award at the HVR Awards 2017. The decision was announced at a glittering ceremony in the 5-Star Chelsea Harbour Hotel in London on Thursday, October 26th.
Specifiers often overlook components such as pipes, ductwork and grilles in HVAC system designs. But doing so can cost them dear, says Jeremy Douglas, Project Director at Brymec.
As online buying has grown dramatically in the consumer sector, led by websites like Amazon, so it is becoming increasingly recognised as a powerful commercial tool in the business-to-business arena, argues Dale Gardiner.
This week we took a big step towards the construction of the first Brymec funded well with help from Fields Of Life
Higher prices mean increased costs for sectors like construction that use much of the alloy
Vote for Brymec as wholesaler/distributor of the year at this years HVR Awards
UK Market for Mechanical & Electrical has increased 24% since 2012
Internet giant Google has been given the green light by planners to build its new £1bn headquarters at King’s Cross in London.
Leading building services components supplier Brymec now stocks – and offers free training on – Conex Bänninger innovative, press fitting >B< MaxiPro, and its specialist tools from Rothenberger.
The industry will get a clear verdict next week on whether Grenfell-like cladding systems pass or fail stringent Building Regulation guidance for use on towers.
Now in its eighth year, the HVR Awards will return to London’s 5* Chelsea Harbour Hotel
Developer and contractor Mount Anvil has struck a deal with the owners of the London ExCel exhibition centre to build 1,000 apartments at the Royal Docks site in East London.
Planning chiefs have recommended for approval developer Allied London’s high-rise Trinity Islands development in Manchester.
UK: Wholesaler FSW is first to announce yet more price increases on R404A and other high GWP refrigerants next month, with others likely to follow.