BCIA Awards 2018 – finalists announced

BCIA Awards 2018
Winners in 2017 celebrating their success

The Building Controls Industry Association has announced the finalists for its 2018 Awards. The winners will be announced at a ceremony and gala dinner on Thursday 10th May at the Hilton Birmingham Metropole.

Independent Controls & BEMS Installer of the Year

Sponsored by CentraLine by Honeywell

•Building Management Solutions Integrators (BMSI)

•Chartwell Controls

•Comfort Controls (Midlands)

•Global Associates

•Kendra Energy Solutions

•SCS Group

Best Service & Maintenance Provider

Sponsored by Western Automation


•Comfort Controls

•Demand Logic

•Kendra Energy Solutions

•Matrix Control Solutions

•Pillinger Controls

Contribution to Training Award

Sponsored by Siemens Building Technologies

•Acuity Brands Lighting/Distech Controls

•Gemco Intelligent Buildings Group

•One Sightsolutions

•The Sontay Academy

Energy Management Award

Sponsored by Priva

•Demand Logic

•Global Associates

•Ignite Energy

•Matrix Control Solutions

•Next Control Systems

•Portal Building Controls

Technical Innovation of the Year – Products

•Airedale International AirConditioning


•Econowise Drives & Controls

•Global Associates


•Siemens Building Technologies

Technical Innovation of the Year – Projects

Sponsored by Johnson Controls

•Comfort Controls

•Demand Logic

•Impact Control Systems

•Matrix Control Solutions/En Tech

•One Sightsolutions

Engineer of the Year

Sponsored by Trend Control Systems

•David Grinstead, Kendra Energy Solutions

•Mark Johnson, Chartwell Controls

•Andy Kempton, Comfort Controls

•Tony McDermott, Laplace Solutions

•John Mogg, BMSI

•Stuart Young, Schneider Electric

Young Engineer of the Year

•Joshua Austin, Global Associates

•Abi Pullin, Matrix Control Solutions

•Gregory Smith, Matrix Control Solutions


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