2017 BCIA Awards finalists announced

The BCIA are delighted to have received a record number of entries for the 2017 BCIA Awards, showing an increased standard of excellence across the entire industry. Such high calibre entries presented the team of independent judges with a difficult task, after much deliberation the finalists were decided on as follows:

Independent Building Controls & BEMS Installer of the Year

Sponsored by CentraLine by Honeywell

Associated Technology Services

AES Control Systems

Chartwell Controls

Comfort Controls

Eton Associates

Global Associates

Best Service & Maintenance Provider

Sponsored by Western Automation


BG Energy Solutions

Building Management Solutions Integrators (BMSI)

Comfort Controls

Kendra Energy Solutions

SSE Enterprise Energy Solutions

Technical Innovation of the Year – Projects

Sponsored by Johnson Controls

Sheffield Hallam University – Comfort Controls

The City of Glasgow College – Enterprise Controls

Cavendish Close Junior School – Integrated BMS

The City of Edinburgh Council – SSE Enterprise Energy Solutions

Technical Innovation of the Year – Products

Sponsored by Modern Building Services

New Butterfly Valves and PR actuators – Belimo Automation UK

Aspect – Cylon Controls

CentraLine by Honeywell ROOMUP App

BI Metrics – Priva UK

Desigo CC – Siemens Building Technologies

ECLYPSE Connected Terminal Unit Controller – Distech Control

Energy Management Award

Sponsored by Priva

QinetiQ-Blended PPM, Support and Energy Engineering Contract – BMSI

Financial Times building – Chartwell Energy Solutions

The Sainsbury Laboratory, Cambridge – Chartwell Energy Solutions

Vue Cinemas – BG Energy Solutions

Contribution to Training Award

Sponsored by Siemens Building Technologies

Eton Associates

One Sightsolutions

The Sontay Academy

Engineer of the Year

Sponsored by Trend Control Systems

Stephen Astwood – Johnson Controls

Rafal Kapela – Chartwell Controls

Bradley Mackfall – InTandem Systems

Paul Mitchell – Kendra Energy Solutions

Albert Ndongala – BMSI

Darren Willis – Comfort Controls

Young Engineer of the Year

Sponsored by BCIA

George Belfield – InTandem Systems

Laurence Olney – BMSI

Leo Pesci – Kendra Energy Solutions

James Rees – System Five

Malcolm Anson, President of the BCIA says: “There were so many remarkable entries to judge this year, showing our industry continues to go from strength to strength.  I would urge everyone to join us at this year’s awards ceremony to celebrate the best of the best in the building controls industry.”

The most prestigious event in the building controls calendar will take place on Thursday 11 May 2017 at the Hilton Metropole in Birmingham.  Don’t miss out on your chance to see who this year’s winners will be.  Book your places now.