If you would like to specify BACS more effectively, the Institute of Engineering and Technology’s new Code of Practice for Building Automation and Control Systems provides comprehensive advice on specifying and implementing a system. What’s more, BCIA members get 20% off this title.
With an increasing demand to design and deliver control systems that are flexible and energy efficient, BCIA President Jon Belfield has worked together with members to contribute towards this IET Code of Practice document to raise professional standards across the building automation sector.
The guidance contained within the Code helps you to:
Evaluate the design for the BACS
Develop consulting engineers’ knowledge about building controls
Specify systems more effectively
Develop operational engineers’ knowledge of the language of building controls and energy efficiency.
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