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Last edited 17 Jan 2019
BSRIA blue book
The Building Services Research and Information Association (BSRIA) publishes an annual databook, the ‘Blue Book’, free-to-download for BSRIA members.
It is a concise publication that provides a wide range of hard-to-find facts about building services, presenting data, guidelines and other information in a format that makes them easy-to-use in the working day.
The 2019 edition was launched on 17 January 2019. It contains tables of useful technical data, annual building running costs, legislation, key industry contacts, maintenance KPIs, building services industry statistics, financial information and conversion data.
Steve Sansom, BSRIA’s Information & Knowledge Manager, said; “The BSRIA Blue Book 2019 has an assortment of useful content. It is the go-to tool for giving members and industry beneficial information quickly. We have retained sections on building services, technical data and legislation and revamped the Brexit section. The Blue Book includes VAT rates and tax facts. This 2019 edition details all the services offered by BSRIA with invaluable key industry contact details of our experts. And a full BSRIA member list."
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