Concorde Publishing currently produces a number of titles for the Society of Environmental Engineers: the membership magazine Environmental Engineering; the annual Test House Directory now in its 15th edition; the website testhousedirectory.com that was redesigned in 2011; Environmental Engineering Courses + Careers and environmentalcareers.uk.com which launched in 2011 and EE CleanRoom which will launch in May 2012.
This is the official society journal and is currently produced six times a year. Circulating to the Society’s professional membership and to other carefully selected engineers from the automotive, aerospace, electronics, medical and other sectors, EE offers complete coverage of the testing function. With this highly focused readership and a strong reputation for editorial excellence, the magazine is a must for advertisers of environmental test services and equipment.
Test House Directory
This publication, and associated website TestHouseDirectory.com is firmly established as the authoritative source for information on Test Houses, services and products. The 2012 edition continued the product's growth and contains entries from over 100 companies and 675 categories of testing solutions and products. It is a vital resource for engineering designers, production managers and test engineers looking for facilities to test new products for all environmental situations.
Environmental Engineering Courses + Careers
Launched with the support of the Engineering Council and the Society for the Environment, this new title is focused on helping industry overcome the skill-shortages it faces now and into the future. With a distribution to sixth formers, undergraduates and young working engineers, EECC aims to encourage students to study engineering at University, graduates to work as engineers in industry, and young engineers to stay in their profession for the long term. For the 2013 edition, the Young Engineers charity is also involved as a supporter. The website environmentalcareers.uk.com runs alongside EECC.
A new supplement to be published for the first time in May 2012, this will address the information needs for engineers involved in cleanrooms and contamination control.