Distech Controls joins BCIA

Distech Controls, BCIA, BMS

Distech Controls has joined the Building Controls Industry Association to strengthen its position within the UK controls market. With its specialised programme of training, education and marketing, the BCIA upholds high standards of performance of organisations and individuals.

Chris Irwin, business-development manager for northern and eastern Europe at Distech Controls, says, ‘The importance of building-control systems is now being recognised, and the BCIA does great work in training people in and out of the industry. We have been growing and developing the Distech Controls business in the UK and across Europe, and this is further proof of our commitment and on-going presence within the controls market.’

Karen Fletcher, executive office of BCIA, adds, ‘The association aims to raise awareness of building controls as central to energy-efficient and productive buildings. A growing membership means that we represent an increasing proportion of the UK controls sector, and we are very happy to welcome Distech Controls to the BCIA.’

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