BCIA appoints new members to management committee

The Building Controls Industry Association (BCIA) has appointed three new members to its management committee: Sandy Damm, Terry Sharp and Paul Wetherfield.

Terry Sharp, UK and Ireland Product Sales Manager at Johnson Controls, has worked in the controls industry for over 35 years. Sharp’s expertise bridges the gap between manufacturers and installers, to bring a rounded perspective to the challenges that are faced in today’s Building Management Systems (BMS) world.

Sandy Damm Terry Sharp Paul Wetherfield

Paul Wetherfield, CEO of Global Associates, has 15 years’ industry experience. Wetherfield is focused on developing apprentices for the industry and in his own business they make up 15% of the workforce.

Sandy Damm, Managing Director of Sontay, has been employed within the building automation industry for over 15 years. Three years ago, Damm launched the Sontay Academy, an initiative which provides access to a wide range of courses.

The three newcomers join the existing management committee of: Malcolm Anson (Clarkson Controls); John Belfield (InTandem Controls); Ian Ellis (Siemens Building Technologies); Jon Kilpatrick (Detail Design Engineering); Chris Monson (Trend Controls); and Anders Noren (Priva UK).

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