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Finalists of the BCIA Awards 2024 revealed

The Building Controls Industry Association (BCIA) has announced the finalists for this year’s BCIA Awards, which saw an outstandingly high standard of entries received.

Celebrating the best innovation and talent in the building controls sector, this year’s winners will be announced Thursday 02 May at the BCIA Awards 2024 ceremony and dinner at the Eastside Rooms, Birmingham.

The shortlisted finalists are:

Building Controls and BEMS Installer of the Year

Sponsored by Trend Control Systems

  • BMSI
  • Crown House Technologies
  • Electracom Projects (UK)
  • Global Associates
  • Learnd and Complete Energy Controls
  • Linear Control Systems

Engineer of the Year

  • Tony Biddlestone, Crown House Technologies
  • Jack Ciampa, Carbon Numbers
  • Luke Clarehugh, Schneider Electric
  • Paul Holland, Global Associates
  • Gary Smith, Global Associates
  • Bradley Willmoth, E.ON Control Solutions

 Young Engineer of the Year

Sponsored by Schneider Electric

  • Tom Backhouse, Schneider Electric
  • Aarushi Bhargava, Crown House Technologies
  • Rhys Cutler, SSE Energy Solutions
  • Aidan Driffield, Linear Control Systems
  • Thierry Garvey, Detail Design Engineering
  • Sam Haigh, Westminster Controls
  • James Jackson, E.ON Control Solutions
  • Finbar Kiefer, Global Associates
  • Louis Marr, Schneider Electric
  • Josh Spall, Learnd
  • Christian Webb, DAE Energy Solutions

 Apprentice of the Year

Sponsored by Group Horizon

  • Nathan Armstrong, E.ON Control Solutions
  • Ellie Bamfield, Schneider Electric
  • Roman Hlushko, Schneider Electric
  • Jake Jarram, Building Controls Specialists
  • Scott Love, IBT Group
  • Conal McMahon, Crown House Technologies
  • Sachin Penukonda, Siemens
  • Aaron Smith, Learnd
  • Zach Stanley, Kendra Energy Solutions
  • Anya Turner, Schneider Electric

 Energy Management Award

Sponsored by Priva UK

  • Econowise Drives & Controls, Savills RISE Portfolio Energy Optimisation
  • Kendra Energy Solutions, Francis Crick Institute
  • Learnd and Complete Energy Controls, Perth & Kinross Council BMS Efficiency Project
  • Mitie Energy and Lloyds Banking Group, Plan Zero
  • Nordomatic UK, London Fire Brigade Energy Portal
  • Pilot Group, EMS installation at JA Harrison
  • Pilot Group, EMS installation at musicMagpie

 Best Service and Maintenance Provider

Sponsored by Western Automation

  • 3MSE
  • Carbon Numbers
  • E.ON Control Solutions
  • Global Associates
  • Kendra Energy Solutions
  • Westminster Controls

 Technical Innovation of the Year – Products

Sponsored by CIBSE

  • Consyst, 700 Series BACnet & Modbus DALI-2 Gateway
  • Distech Controls, Resense Move
  • Global Associates, Smart Compliance – part of the global spaces offering
  • Nordomatic, NHSPS – Honeywell RBM
  • Priva, Priva Digital Services
  • Siemens Building Products, Siemens wireless room solution

 Technical Innovation of the Year – Projects

  •  BGES Group collaboration with Savills, Demand-led BACS, metering and EnMS upgrade at 1 Kingsway
  • Carbon Numbers, Time of Flight Sensors
  • E.ON Control Solutions, Bunhill Control System Upgrade
  • Global Associates, PureGym Estate Wide Roll Out
  • Schneider Electric, 150 Holborn (DAR group)
  • Schneider Electric, Gateshead District Energy Scheme

Contribution to Training Award

  • Group Horizon
  • One Sightsolutions
  • RCC
  • Schneider Electric Digital Energy Training Academy
  • Sontay Academy
  • SSE Graduate Development Program

Outstanding Contribution Award

Sponsored by BCIA

Announced on the night

BCIA President Stacey Lucas commented: “We would like to thank everyone who entered the 2024 BCIA Awards. The judging process proved difficult due to the exceptionally high standard of entries. I am looking forward to hosting the Awards for the first time as President, celebrating with members of the industry and finding out the winners!”

To find out more about the Awards and book your table click here.

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