BCIA announces finalists for its 2015 industry awards

Published:  04 March, 2015

BCIA Awards 2015

The Building Controls Industry Association Awards 2015 has seen a very high standard of entries for this year. The awards were judged in February by an independent judging panel, which consisted of representatives from the construction sector, research organisations and academia — including BSRIA, B&ES; CIBSE’s FM Group, University College London and the editor of Modern Building Services magazine.

BCIA President Steve Harrison says: ‘We are delighted that the BCIA Awards are supported by our independent judges, who ensure that the Awards are really worth winning. The quality of entries this year was excellent, so those named as finalists have already achieved a great deal.’

Winners will be announced at the BCIA Awards Gala Dinner on 14 May at the Chesford Grange Hotel in Kenilworth. See link below for full details and to book your place.

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