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BCIA Awards 2024 Opens for Entries

BCIA Awards 2024 Opens for Entries
08 December 2023

The Building Controls Industry Association’s annual awards are now open for entries from the building controls sector.

The awards mark the achievements of the best innovation and talent in the building controls sector and there are nine different categories available to enter. These include: Building Controls and BEMS Installer of the Year, Engineer of the Year, Apprentice of the Year, Best Service & Maintenance Provider and Contribution to Training Award.


New Venue for 2024 BCIA Awards


Winners will be named at a ceremony on Thursday 2 May 2024 at The Eastside Rooms, a modern conference centre located in Birmingham’s Knowledge Quarter.

BCIA President Graeme Rees said: “The BCIA Awards are a great chance to showcase your company’s stand out performance and technology, or a deserving employee’s significant talent, efforts, and achievements in the building controls sector. I am sure there will be very strong entries like last year which once again saw our industry’s finest engineers, be they apprentice, young or the experienced celebrated alongside recognition for the very best projects, technology and service providers. If you’re looking for some inspiration for your 2024 entry a series of case studies featuring last year’s terrific winners can be found on the BCIA website.”

“We hope everyone can make it, so mark the date in your diary now and start looking forward to what promises to be a very enjoyable evening.”

Picture: a photograph of some of the guests from the BCIA Awards in 2022. Image Credit: BCIA

Article written by Ella Tansley | Published 08 December 2023


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