BCIA boosts position as leading association for the building controls industry with seven new members

The BCIA has welcomed seven new members to the organisation in late 2022 and the first quarter of 2023, building on its position as the UK’s leading association for the building controls sector. The joining companies are SysCon Limited, Electrical Concepts, P A Collacott & Co, Demma Group, adi Intelligent Buildings, Drake Controls and Energy Controls Solutions.

The BCIA aims to promote the use of building 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 Building Energy Management Systems (BEMS) sector, including system integrators and manufacturers. On behalf of its members, the BCIA has built strong relationships with the trade press, other Associations and the Government.

Members have exclusive access to the BCIA Market Information Service (MIS), which provides unique data on the UK controls industry for BCIA members. Its latest report revealed the sector to be worth more than £835M to the UK economy in 2022, an 8% increase from 2021. BCIA membership also includes free membership of the Federation of Environmental Trades Association (FETA).

Paul Fish, Managing Director at P A Collacott & Co, said: “We are very proud to become a member of the BCIA, an organisation which aligns with our company values of raising industry standards and bridging the skills gap. We look forward to working alongside our fellow members to help grow the building controls sector and create a sustainable built environment for the future.”

David Barnes, Managing Director of adi Intelligent Buildings, said: “Our employees play an active role in engineering a better future for our end user customers. We are passionate about providing the very best and latest up to date solutions from the controls industry. Becoming a member of the BCIA will help push our business forward and in return I hope that we can contribute to the BCIA’s mission to support its members and grow the UK’s building controls sector.”

John Nicholson, Managing Director of Syscon Ltd, said: “We are delighted to become a member of the BCIA and we hope that we can help to build on the great work the organisation has already achieved. We are a relatively young company that has taken some big steps forward in the last 10 years and I believe our BCIA membership will make us stronger.”

BCIA President Graeme Rees said: “I am delighted to welcome our newest members into the BCIA, which is focused on providing practical support for its members. The BCIA is recognised as an integral voice in the UK’s BEMS sector and membership demonstrates a mark of quality towards clients. The combined knowledge and expertise of our new members will contribute to the continued growth of the BCIA. Together, we can collectively raise the profile of the building controls sector, drive up standards, influence policy and increase the recognition of the BCIA and its members as key contributors in the UK’s mission to decarbonise of the built environment.”

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