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BCIA Awards 2020 Finalists Announced

BCIA Awards 2020 finalists announced

The Building Controls Industry Association (BCIA) has announced the finalists for the BCIA Awards 2020.

The Building Controls Industry Association (BCIA) represents the UK building controls and BEMS sector. With around 100 members accounting for 80% of the UK controls market, the BCIA is an influential group that promotes better specification, application and use of controls.

“It gives me a great feeling to know that we have broken the record again for the number of awards entries, and the standard this year is another reason to be cheerful."

–Jon Belfield

President, BCIA

The finalists were shortlisted across the following categories:

Building Controls and BEMS Installer of the Year

ABEC

Crown House Technologies

Global Associates

Impact Control Systems

Linear Control Systems

SSE Enterprise Energy Solutions

Syscom Building Management

Total Control Services

 

Engineer of the Year

Duncan Greene - Abtec Building Technologies

Lawrence Nunn - Crown House Technologies

Mark Clements - Crown House Technologies

Tony Baverstock - InTandem Systems

Ben Richards - Kendra Energy Solutions

Tony Smith - Schneider Electric

 

Young Engineer of the Year

Laura Ennis - ABEC

Huw Bostock - Comfort Controls

Cameron Thomson - Crown House Technologies

Joshua Austin - Global Associates

Jake Piner - InTandem Systems

Ronnie Stevens - Kendra Energy Solutions

Peter Kilvington - Pillinger Controls

 

Energy Management Award

Heathrow Airport Terminal 5 - BMSI

Building data analytics is key to decarbonising the built environment - CIM

The Crown Estate - Demand Logic and RSMD

Energy saving via integration of control systems at Cardiff & Vale College - Detail Design Engineering

Ecopilot - E.ON Control Solutions

Notting Hill Genesis Group - BSW Heating & InTandem Systems

Vodafone UK - Mitie Energy

Morrisons BeMS Optimisation - Optimised Buildings

 

Best Service & Maintenance Provider

BG Energy Solutions

E.ON Control Solutions

Impact Control Systems - Liverpool John Moores University

Impact Control Systems - St Andrews Healthcare

Kendra Energy Solutions

Syscom Building Management

 

Technical Innovation of the Year – Products

BASpi series - Contemporary Controls

Ecopilot - E.ON Control Solutions

MobiusFlow Connectors - IAconnects Technology

Tecta Analytics - Monicam T/A Tecta Analytics

OSSEasyAPI - One Sightsolutions

Smart Sensor - Sontay 

Remote Optimal™ - SSE Enterprise Energy Solutions

Sentinll - Swarm Neuro

 

Technical Innovation of the Year – Projects

Ecopilot @ Parexel - E.ON Control Solutions

Manchester Art Gallery - Impact Control Systems

City of Edinburgh Council Desigo CC Distributed System Solution - SSE Enterprise Energy Solutions

Optergy's Smart Building & Energy Management Solution for Workspace - Total Control Services

Urban Flows Observatory  - Tyrrell Systems

 

Contribution to Training Award

ABEC

Forest Rock

One Sightsolutions

SSE Enterprise Energy Solutions

Tyrrell Products

 

Smart Buildings Award

Ecopilot @ Parexel - E.ON Control Solutions

Smart Office Solution - IAconnects Technology

University College London Student Centre - Kendra Energy Solutions

SMART Buildings - Fidelity Investments - SSE Enterprise Energy Solutions

Andermatt Concert Hall - Studio Seilern Architects

Crosstalk 3 Brunel University - Tyrrell Systems

 

Jon Belfield, President of the BCIA, said:

“It gives me a great feeling to know that we have broken the record again for the number of awards entries, and the standard this year is another reason to be cheerful. The passion with which our members carry out their work was clearly evident in the entries received and gave the Judging Panel quite a challenge in deciding who would make the shortlists. Thank you to everybody who entered and I wish you all the best of luck for the awards ceremony in April.”

The winners will be announced at the BCIA Awards ceremony which will be held on Thursday 30th April 2020 at the Hilton Birmingham Metropole.

 

Picture: BCIA Awards from last year (2019)

Article written by Ella Tansley

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