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.
- Malcolm Anson
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 →
Former BBC presenter and engineer Kate Bellingham is to host a series of panel discussions at this year’s Building Services Summit. Kate is one of the UK’s best-known engineers and […]continue reading →
The winners of the 2016 BCIA Awards were announced at a gala dinner on the 12th May at the Hilton Metropole Hotel in Birmingham. The well-established BCIA Awards recognise and […]continue reading →
Malcolm Anson is the new President of the Building Controls Industry Association (BCIA). He takes over the role from outgoing President Steve Harrison. Malcolm is managing director of Clarkson Controls, […]continue reading →
12/10/2016 13:00 - 24/11/2016 13:00
The Building Services Summit 2016 takes place on 23rd November at the British Library in London. It will return to the original theme of ’10-80-10′ and host a wide cross […]