Monthly Archives: May 2014

WaterSafe Burning the Midnight Oil Survey

BPEC along with other Plumbing industry stakeholders are currently taking part in a review of the plumbing apprentice competency requirements and to make this as effective as possible we need to fully understand the current state of the industry. In order to do this we would like to ask you to take part in a […]

Robert and Lloyd lead the way at SkillPLUMB heats…

The first two SkillPLUMB 2014 heats have got off to a flying start with apprentice Robert Carter winning the South of England heat, and Lloyd Wakefield taking first spot at the Welsh event. Robert, a student at the College of West Anglia and employed by Derek Hales Ltd, was up against eight other competitors at […]

The floors were generally in good condition

Life Award 2013 May 2014 The maternity had two sections on the BPEC project; the toilets and showers located within the postnatal ward mainly for patient use and the toilets and showers at the delivery room including staff toilet. Work required includes, wall tiling, replacement of patient showers, toilet seats. The floors were generally in […]

It really shows how many people the Life Award has impacted

Life Award 2012 Since I spoke at the BPEC Life Award presentation in October 2013 all guttering systems have now been installed to the clinic and these have now been plumbed directly to the rainwater storage tank that was constructed by the funding from the Life Award. Before the funding payment was made I had […]

The Musha Wevana team are as ready as they can be!

May 2014 Today’s the day. The team are as ready as they can be. The work on site with the geysers has been completed by the suppliers and I have been told that the pipework from the roof has been left for their connection. The inserts for the 22mm PEX pipe have been located in […]