Raymond McGurk's Blog – March 2013 Archive (1)

Partners & Friends

 

We are an energy consultancy business based in Scotland, UK, our building codes are tightening and becoming more onerous, many issues you guys have been dealing with for many years are now part of our codes: air tightness thermal imaging and modelling of buildings to name a few.

My objective is to find like minded experienced consultants and or potential product partners to work within the UK & Ireland

 

 

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