BCIA Awards 2019 finalists announced

March 04, 2019 by John Hatcher
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BCIA Awards 2019 finalists announced

The Building Controls Industry Association (BCIA) has announced the finalists for the BCIA Awards 2019. After being inundated with a record number of entries, the judges faced a challenging task to determine the crème de la crème and following careful deliberation, they shortlisted the finalists across the eight categories.
 

The finalists are:

Independent Building Controls & BEMS Installer of the Year

Sponsored by: Trend Control Systems

  • BMSI
  • Chartwell Controls
  • Crown House Technologies
  • DWS Controls
  • Eton Associates
  • Synergy Automatics
  • System Five

Engineer of the Year

Sponsored by: BCIA Training

  • Jason Edmed – Chartwell Controls
  • Neil Simmonds – Crown House Technologies
  • Calvin Townshend – Electrical & Mechanical Controls
  • Katie Dickson – Siemens Building Technologies
  • Ian Walker - SSE Enterprise Energy Solutions
  • Ian Dalby – System Five

Young Engineer of the Year

Sponsored by: Schneider Electric

  • Bailey Pinney – AES Control Systems
  • Joel Edward – Crown House Technologies
  • Kevin Crane – E.ON Control Solutions
  • Luke Williamson - Eton Associates
  • Lewis Locke -  George Birchall Service
  • Joshua Austin -  global associates
  • Luke Cuthbert – global associates
  • Charlie Hinchey – Honeywell
  • Matthew Baskerville – Schneider Electric
  • Danny Rae – SSE Enterprise Energy Solutions
  • Michael O’Brien - Synergy Automatics
  • Liam Barton – System Five

Energy Management Award

Sponsored by: Priva

  • Abtec Building Technologies - Ibstock Brick
  • Abtec Building Technologies - The Stamford Endowed Schools
  • Demand Logic - 55 Bishopsgate
  • Optimised Buildings - Superdry Stores throughout the UK
  • SSE Enterprise Energy Solutions - Addleshaw Goddard & Incentive FM


Best Service & Maintenance Provider

Sponsored by: Western Automation

  • ABEC
  • AES Control Systems
  • BG Energy Solutions
  • Demand Logic
  • SSE Enterprise Energy Solutions
  • System Five Service

Technical Innovation of the Year – Products

Sponsored by: BCIA

  • AIS BMS and CBRE - A Revolution in Building Performance Management
  • BG Energy Solutions - VISTA Real-Time Energy Optimisation Solution
  • iaconnects - MobiusFlow Edge Gateway
  • Priva - Priva’s Cloud Based Services
  • Schneider Electric - EcoStruxure Building Advisor
  • Synapsys Solutions - SIP Billing 2
  • Synergy Automatics – IoTag
  • System Five - Halo Analytics & Livesight BEMS Platform

Technical Innovation of the Year - Projects

Sponsored by: Johnson Controls

  • Demand Logic for MJ Mapp - 55 Bishopsgate
  • Econowise Drives & Controls - 99 Gresham Street Bubll Installation
  • Engie working with Tyrrell Systems & Tyrrell Products - Wagamama Covent Garden
  • One Sightsolutions - BULK NO1 Scalable DCIM
  • Optimised Buildings - BMS Optimisation of Morrisons Retail Portfolio
  • Powell System Engineering - Imperial College Block C New Chemistry Department Fitout

Contribution to Training Award

Sponsored by: Siemens Building Technologies

  • ABEC
  • One Sightsolutions
  • Optimised Learning
  • Priva
  • Redfern Contract Consultants
  • Sontay Academy
  • Tyrrell Products

Jon Belfield, president of the BCIA, said: “The number of entries we received this year was tremendous, in particular the high calibre of all of those who entered. This is wonderful as it demonstrates that the industry is continuing to move forward and underlines the quality that we have amongst us. Thank you to everyone who has entered and my congratulations to all this year’s finalists. I look forward to seeing you at the awards ceremony in May for what truly promises to be another unforgettable night."

The winners will be announced at the BCIA Awards ceremony which will be held on Thursday 9th May 2019 at the Hilton Birmingham Metropole. To book your table contact Hayley Hopkins on: hayley@keystonecomms.co.uk

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