Case Studies

How to help break the chain of infection in your facility

How to help break the chain of infection in your facility

The Covid-19 pandemic has brought infection transmission, control and prevention to the forefront of our collective consciousness, in all contexts - from schools and universities, to offices, shops and transport hubs.

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Supporting student life

A new focal point on Teesside University’s Middlesbrough campus, the Student Life Building

Crystal clear innovation

Crystal clear innovation

The Teaching And Learning Building, University Of Birmingham

We are open

We are open

Catering considerations when preparing for the reopening of schools

Smart education

Smart education

How digitalising education facilities can maximise efficiency in response to COVID-19

Faster, easier and better

Faster, easier and better

Managing and maintaining the buildings at the University of Richmond

Making modular mainstream

Making modular mainstream

How modular building can benefit the education sector in a post-COVID world by Dan Smith, Corporate Business Development Executive, Mitsubishi

Solving key challenges in education sector security

Solving key challenges in education sector security

Every place of education owes a duty of care to its users. This raises the stakes for security.

Key to security

Key to security

Key & Asset Management Systems and Solutons

Stepping up

Stepping up

AUDE (the Association of University Directors of Estates) has produced its higher education Estates Management Report (EMR) for the 2018/2019 academic year

Crystal clear

Crystal clear

University laboratories rely on a constant supply of pure water for a variety of purposes, from glass washing to reagent preparation to instrumental analysis

Digitising HVAC design to help achieve net zero carbon

Digitising HVAC design to help achieve net zero carbon

Using digital twins to dramatically reduce heating and cooling energy costs and carbon emissions, by Chris Davis, UK Manager, Hysopt

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