BCIA launches Young Engineers Network

Is your company a BCIA member?
Are you aged 35 or under?
Does your company employ any engineers who are aged 35 or under?


The BCIA is launching its Young Engineers Network to give the industry’s young engineers a forum for networking and support.

We want to hear from you if you are aged 35 or under and the company you work for is a BCIA member.

The BCIA Young Engineers Network is being launched to provide a support network and help young people progress in the building controls industry. Individuals, work teams and employers will all benefit from the improved engagement, motivation and ownership of this initiative which aims to:

  • Establish a network and forum for young BEMS engineers to share learnings and best practice
  • Help attract and retain young talent into the BEMS industry
  • Help guide young engineers in their career within the BEMS industry
  • Enable young people to establish a link to the Building Controls Industry Association (BCIA)

The inaugural event will take place in London on Thursday 07 April from 14.00 – 20.00 and will include a tour of a prestigious engineering project followed by a chance to network, exchange ideas and have a bit of fun at Swingers Crazy Golf.

Going forward the BCIA anticipates that the Young Engineers Network will meet on a quarterly basis and will be expanded to accommodate those living and working in other areas of the country.

We want to hear from you if you would like to join the BCIA Young Engineers Network so please register your interest for the launch event here.

If you can’t attend the launch event or you would prefer to attend an event closer to where you live, please fill in the short survey here and we will be in touch.

Please register your interest by Wednesday 09 March.