Entries go live for the 2017 BCIA Awards

BCIA Awards, Building Controls Industry Association, controls, BMS, BEMS

Entries are now open for the 2017 awards of the Building Controls Industry Association (BCIA), which promise to be better than ever before. The BCIA Awards is the most exclusive event in the building-controls calendar, and next year’s even is the eleventh. The awards recognise and reward excellence in the building-controls industry and provide entrants with a fantastic opportunity to showcase their top products and projects from the past 12 months.

There are eight categories which include: independent building controls and BEMS installer; best service and maintenance provider; technical innovation of the year — projects; technical innovation of the year — products; energy-management award; contribution to training; engineer of the year and young engineer of the year.

Malcolm Anson, president of the BCIA says: ‘The BCIA Awards are an excellent opportunity for the building-controls industry to showcase its achievements. The professional excellence of our industry is something to be proud of, and we should celebrate our successes. I would encourage everyone to enter and gain the recognition they deserve.

‘We are delighted to welcome on board our gold sponsors: Centraline by Honeywell; Modern Building Services; Priva; Siemens Building Technologies; Trend Control Systems and Western Automation. They will play a key role in ensuring that the 2017 event will be bigger than ever before.’

The deadline for entries is 31 January 2017. To enter simply visit the link below and submit your entries via the online form. Entry to the awards is free and open to BCIA members and non-members.

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