The launch of B&ES Wales took place last week at The Senedd during an event hosted by Jane Hutt AM, Minister for Finance in the Welsh Government.
In his opening address, chairman Mike McDonald told his audience that his Association had long been active in Wales – where its membership consists of some 80 firms, all of which were involved in one or more of the disciplines that comprised building engineering services. “As such, they are responsible for the design, installation and maintenance of the ‘moving parts’ that allow the majority of our buildings – in both the public and private sectors – to operate effectively and economically,”
He added that, with every passing year, the contribution B&ES members made to the wider construction industry increased in volume and importance – especially as the need grew for the integration of renewable technologies into both new and refurbished buildings.
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