The BCIA unleashes Rufus Hound

BCIA Awards, Building Controls Industry Association, energy management

Comedian and actor Rufus Hound is to present the 2016 awards of the Building Controls Industry Association. He has appeared on television shows such a ‘Celebrity juice’, ‘Never mind the Buzzcocks’ and ‘Doctor Who’. In 2013, he won the ‘Strictly come dancing’ Christmas special.

Steve Harrison, president of the BCIA says, ‘We are thrilled to have such a talented comedian and actor presenting the 2016 Awards. Rufus is a fantastic public speaker and of course he’s extremely funny, so we can expect a high level of entertainment throughout the evening.

‘The awards are set to be bigger and better than ever with the new venue providing the perfect setting for what is always an extraordinary night, and we look forward to welcoming the industry to this event.’

The awards will be held at the Hilton Birmingham Metropole on 12 May 2016. Entries are now open for the eight award categories. The deadline for entries is the 29 January 2016. To enter simply visit the dedicated awards website below and submit your entries via the online form. Entry is free and open to BCIA members and non-members.

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