BCIA awards — a record year for entries

BCIA Awards

The 2017 Building Controls Industry (BCIA) awards were chosen from its highest ever number of entrants. CentraLine was delighted to once again sponsor one of the nine award categories — Independent Building Controls and BEMS Installer. There were six finalists in this category

• Associated Technology Services

• AES Control Systems

• Chartwell Controls

• Comfort Controls

• Eton Associates

• Global Associates

This award is in recognition of the building controls and/or BEMS installer which demonstrates professionalism, commitment and understanding of the needs of clients. The judges looked for evidence of how client objectives were met on a specific project, including offering advice and guidance on building controls in terms of application and use. they also looked for excellence in project delivery supported by client satisfaction testimonials.

Alan Johnstone, Honeywell UK/I Partner Channel Sales Leader comments, ‘We are delighted that Global Associates (pictured) won this prestigious award and extend our warmest congratulations. The calibre of entries this year was particularly high, with exceptional standards of workmanship and customer excellence being demonstrated across the board. Independent systems installers and integrators sit at the very heart of our industry, and it is great to see them all thriving and delivering award winning solutions that exceed expectations time after time.’

Many congratulations to all finalists and award winners. For the full list of award winners please see pages 40 and 41 in this issue of MBS.

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