The BCIA aims to promote the use of buildings controls as a key factor in the operational efficiency of buildings. Its members span the full range of companies operating in the building controls and BEMS sector and, on behalf of its members, the BCIA has built strong relationships with the trade press, other Associations and the Government. The Association is focused on providing practical support for its members and each member company has access to a wide range of benefits including a substantial discount on the cost of all of the BCIA Technical Training Courses. Further details on these courses is available here.
Join the 100’s of members who already take advantage of the benefits which BCIA membership offers
Access to the Market Information Service
Free access to the Market Information Service (MIS). This is a unique service available only to our members. Market figures are gathered and analysed exclusively for BCIA members and are not available elsewhere. No other source is so up-to-date or accurate. Invaluable for sales and business planning.
Free membership of FETA (Federation of Environmental Trade Associations)
Free membership of FETA comprising the Heating Ventilating & Air Conditioning Manufacturers’ Association, British Refrigeration Association, Heat Pump Association, Association of Ductwork Contractors and Allied Services and the British Flue & Chimney Manufacturers’ Association.
Free member directory listing
Free listing on the BCIA website member directory (www.bcia.co.uk), with a direct link to your own company website.
The BCIA works in partnership with a number of industry exhibitions to ensure members are able to obtain preferential rates when exhibiting at these events.
Regular BCIA meetings
Regular meetings with fellow BCIA members to exchange ideas and information. There are three members’ meetings and regular Working Group meetings every year.
The BCIA has produced a number of guides that are available on this website. BCIA members are able to suggest and contribute to ideas for new Guides and help shape how the Association promotes controls to specifiers and end users alike.
The BCIA’s Working Groups are central to the function of the BCIA, which is run by its members for its members. Regular meetings are a great way to network with fellow controls professionals and keep up to date with what’s happening in our sector.
The BCIA offers a series of training courses which are delivered by the BCIA and by Training Partners E.ON Control Solutions, Sontay Academy and Centrica Business Solutions. A full list of courses and available dates is shown in the Training & development section.