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BSRIA celebrates 60th anniversary

BSRIA is celebrating its 60th anniversary in 2015, having been founded in 1955 as the HVRA

For 60 years BSRIA has provided leadership for the industry, developed people and skills, promoted the advancement of the industry, promoted smart technology and its introduction to deliver a sustainable future, totally aligning its activities with the Government 2025 construction strategy.

BSRIA supports its 670 Corporate Members and the wider Building Services industry by being active in working with the UK Government on policy development including being a member of the DCLG BRAC policy committee, OFGEM energy advisory group and involvement in TSB, KTN, EST and Carbon Trust projects.

With the Government ambition of making the UK the global centre of excellence for BIM, BSRIA is leading the Building Services industry with its involvement in the introduction of BIM, the development of PAS documents and the enhancement of industry skills.

BSRIA has interests both in the UK and internationally and promotes the export of British expertise via local offices in China, France, Germany, Spain and the USA.

January will see the launch of BSRIA’s strategic business plan, designed to ensure that BSRIA remains at the forefront of the industry for the next 60 years.

“Over the last 60 years BSRIA has evolved, but the one constant has been the Association Members and a BSRIA team whose knowledge and enthusiasm have made BSRIA what it is today.

I know that Members and the BSRIA team care passionately about improving our industry and will continue to work together to lead the industry for the next 60 years” said Julia Evans BSRIA Chief Executive.

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