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Weekly Cooling & Air Conditioning Industry News - 2-6 November 2015

Weekly Cooling & Air Conditioning Industry News - 2-6 November 2015

Date: 03rd November 2015  |   Posted by: Airedale Team  |   Posted in: Industry News

Airedale Air Conditioning, Leeds, UK, November 2015

It’s been another busy week for us on Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+ and the web. Below we’ve highlighted some of the articles that have caught our eye.

An exciting time to be doing business in Yorkshire - Nov 2 via @BusinessDesk_YK
These are positive times for Yorkshire.  The city regions and the whole of the ‘Northern Powerhouse’ have a lot to look forward to in the coming months and years, if recent momentum can be continued.

An exemplary education in BIM - Nov 2 via @CMBIMPLUS
One of Wales’ first BIM Level 2 exemplars and Anglesey County Council’s most advanced BIM project to date, building Holyhead Primary School.

Colocation's Eastern front - Nov 2 via @dcdnews
Developing countries including China will fuel colocation’s next big expansion.

UKTI limbers up for Export Week - Nov 3 via @insideryorks
Events to help Yorkshire and the Humber businesses to start exporting or increase their international trade are being held throughout the region as part of UK Trade & Investment's (UKTI) Export Week.

Telecity opens new Amsterdam data center - Nov 3 via @dcdnews
Telecity Group has opened its sixth data center in Amsterdam - AMS 6, just before the company merges with Equinix in the largest ever colocation acquisition.  

£920m invested in Yorkshire and Humber commercial property sector in Q3 - Nov 4 via @bdailyyorkshire
Investment in the commercial property sector in Yorkshire and Humber reached £920m during the third quarter of 2015 – two and half times more than the same quarter last year, according to new research by commercial property consultancy Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH).

The Health Benefits of Air Conditioning - Nov 4 via @ACRJournal
AC contractors should be aware of all the health benefits of air conditioning in order to counteract their often negative portrayal in the press, as Tony Ellerker of Blakes Building Services explains.

Greenfield vs. brownfield data center development strategies - Nov 4 via @DatacenterTT
Don't count out that old, empty department store that hasn't seen customers in a decade -- data center brownfield developments bring new life to these types of abandoned buildings.

New Glenigan report finds increase in construction activity - Nov 5 via @HVN_Plus
Figures released by industry analyst Glenigan show that new contracts have started on site in Scotland, Wales, the Midlands and North West, as well as London, with November up 6% compared to this time last year.

Interoute Completes £402m Easynet Acquisition - Nov 5 via @TechWeekEurope
CMA clears Interoute’s acquisition as company doubles the size of its enterprise IT services business.

5 Design Considerations for Cloud Computing - Nov 6 via @TheWhir
We’re beginning to evolve the term “cloud” into “cloud services.” There are more use-cases, more architecture components, and a lot more business utilizing some kind of cloud service.

Pure Gym accelerates LA Fitness integration - Nov 6 via @insideryorks
Pure Gym is accelerating its £20m conversion of the LA Fitness outlets it acquired six months ago and has agreed to sell seven sites to DW Sports Fitness.


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