The BCIA represents companies in the manufacturer, installation and maintenance of building controls and Building Energy Management Systems (BEMS). Our membership represents 60% of the £500 million UK controls market.
- Ian Ellis
Building controls are key to long-term energy efficiency, and the BCIA aims to promote their intelligent and appropriate specification, installation and use. Membership of the BCIA signifies that a company wants to share our high standards and is committed to helping our sector help end-users.
President - BCIA
Membership of the BCIA is open to companies involved in the manufacturer and/or installation of building controls and BEMS. For further information of each of the member companies below please click...continue reading →
Membership of the BCIA is open to companies involved in the manufacturer and/or installation of building controls and BEMS. There are a number of great benefits of membership: Free access to...continue reading →
Meetings are open only to members of the BCIA. If you would like to join email Karen Fletcher The venue for our Working Group meetings is the FETA office in...continue reading →
BCIA National Conference brings together leading organisations to highlight importance of energy efficiency
The BCIA National Conference 2013 took place on 9th May, and brought together some of the construction industry’s leading organisations, including B&ES, ECA and CIBSE. Speakers represented a broad...continue reading →
The industry’s leading training courses are now being managed by the BCIA. The Building Controls Technical Training Courses are now available directly from the BCIA. They are ideal for those who...continue reading →
John Field (LEFT), Vice President of the Chartered Institute of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE) spoke at this year’s BCIA National Conference. He joined Paul Reeve, Head of Business Policy and...continue reading →