Weekly HVAC Industry News - 16-20 November 2015
Date: 17th November 2015 | Posted by: Airedale Team | Posted in: Industry News
Airedale Air Conditioning, Leeds, UK, November 2015
Plans lodged for £80m Leeds regen scheme - Nov 16 via @insideryorks
Longstanding plans to regenerate an area central to Leeds’ industrial heritage have taken a major step forward after construction giant Carillion submitted a planning application with the aim of getting the £80m project underway early in 2016.
Who May Use the World’s First Floating Data Center? - Nov 16 via @datacenter
Nautilus came out of stealth earlier this year, announcing its plan to build an 8 MW floating colocation data center.
Global construction market to grow by 85 per cent to $15.5 trillion by 2030 - Nov 16 via @CityAM
The global construction market is expected to grow by 85 per cent to $15.5 trillion worldwide by 2030, new research shows, with China, US and India leading the way and accounting for 57 per cent of all global growth.
$12.2bn merger to create “world’s largest hotel group” - Nov 17 via @insideryorks
Marriott International and Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, the company behind the Weston, Le Meridien and Sheraton brands among others, have agreed to merge in a move that will create the world's largest hotel group.
Equinix Signs Two Data Centre Renewable Energy Deals - Nov 17 via @TechWeekEurope
Equinix takes next step towards committing to use 100 percent renewable energy in North America by the end of 2016.
Carel Opens €5m Factory in Croatia - Nov 18 via @ACRJournal
Carel, the controls specialist for the humidification, air conditioning and refrigeration markets, has started production at its new factory in Labin, Croatia.
Cloud computing can support business growth - Nov 19 via @BusinessDesk_YK
CLOUD and mobile technologies are low cost and accessible, so it is no longer such a leap for businesses to give their implementation a try.
Extension planned for region’s largest shopping centre - Nov 20 via @insideryorks
Proposals for a 330,000 sq ft extension are being drawn up for Yorkshire's largest shopping centre with plans set to be submitted next year.
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