BSRIA's engineering, technical and market research experts provide independent, objective and practical help in design, construction and occupancy of the built environment.
A member association with over 50 years experience, BSRIA support industry through advice, testing, instruments, research and guidance to promote energy and water efficiency, best practice in construction and effective operation of buildings.
A non-profit distributing, member-based association, BSRIA (owned by The Building Services Research and Information Association) was founded in 1955.
Testing and certification
BSRIA is the leading independent UK laboratory for testing, certification and performance verification of a wide range of building services products. Our internationally recognised certificates will help you gain the relevant markings for you products and independently prove their performance.
We can also carry out testing on products designed for a specific use in construction projects as well as help to develop new and innovative products, proving their quality and help to get them to market.
Our facilities managment (FM) engineering services help building operators operate and maintain their buildings more efficiently, saving money and energy while minimising disruption to systems critical to their business.
From maintenance strategy consultancy to hands-on condition monitoring and site investigations BSRIA will give you clear, practical recommendations giving real business benefits.
BSRIA developed its instrument solutions division in 1990 to offer a total test and measurement service. We hire, calibrate and sell a comprehensive range of specialist instruments for building services and construction use.
Our service is backed by a Quality Assurance management system (BS EN ISO9001:2000) and our team of expert engineers who can advise you on the best instrument for your need and offer technical support and site services.
HML work to comply with their Facilities Management Specification – Standard Specification for Ventilation Hygiene FMS 1.