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BSRIA Limited

BSRIA prides itself on having the following: an independent and objective approach, an authoritative reputation, a unique blend of technical and marketing capability, 60 years of building services research, consulting experience and a turnover of £11.7 million. BSRIA employs 180 people with operations in the UK, France, Spain, Germany, China and the US.

It aims to enable the building services and construction industries and their clients to enhance the value of the built environment, by improving the quality of their products and services, the efficiency of their provision and the effectiveness of their operation, serving the complete built environment chain from client to consultant, facilities manager, contractor and manufacturer.

BSRIA is at the forefront of the process change that is taking place in the industry, providing advice, training and consultancy on Soft Landings, BIM and Building Performance Evaluation, in addition BSRIA provide investigative expertise should a building not deliver the required performance. BSRIA offers Building Regulation compliance services ensuring conformity to Part L1 & L2, Part F and Part E, in addition BSRIA offers a wide range of instrumentation for hire and sale to ensure both system and building performance.


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