New survey of UK's M&E sector underway

Actuate UK teams up with G&T consultancy to conduct Mechanical and Electrical sector survey

Actuate UK members have teamed up with Gardiner & Theobald (G&T) — an independent construction and property consultancy — to produce a first-of-its-kind market analysis of the UK’s Mechanical & Electrical (M&E) sector. 

Actuate UK teams up with G&T consultancy to conduct Mechanical and Electrical sector survey

The G&T team will gather and analyse data to produce a rigorously researched evidence-based report. G&T is home to many highly experienced consultants who regularly provide market analysis across a wide range of sectors.

The report will include expert analysis identifying the latest trends affecting M&E services firms and will offer solutions to improve the business environment within the sector.

In this period of change for business and politics, this timely report will provide a benchmark for how the M&E sector is performing against other sectors in construction.

If you are a company in the M&E sector and you would like to take part in the survey, follow this link.

For more information on the project, please get in touch via: maria.balermpa@actuateuk.org.uk 

Engineering & Building Services Skills Authority unveil work to codify competences & standards for industry

29 January 2024

The Engineering and Building Services Skills Authority (EBSSA) are inviting multiple installer disciplines to begin codifying standards and competences for the sector. This initiative is part of wider industry and government efforts to ‘raise the bar’ on individual competence within the built environment in line with the new post-Grenfell competence regime established by the Building Safety Act.

Actuate UK warns on changes to Net Zero policies

21 September 2023

The Prime Minister’s announcement yesterday (20/9/23) signals unpredictability and creates uncertainty for the many businesses in the engineering services sector investing, or looking to invest, in net zero transition. When it comes to plotting the route to a net zero 2050, industry needs certainties and targets that will incentivise such change, enable development of new skills, create new job opportunities and grow the green economy.