BCIA announces shortlist for controls-industry awards

Published:  02 March, 2011

BCIA, Building Controls Industry Association

 

With the fifth annual awards of the Building Controls Industry due to be announced on 12 May 2011, the judging panel has now selected its shortlist of finalists. The independent judging panel represented a cross-section of the building-services sector, academia and energy-management expertise. The secret voting system ensured a rigorously fair process, with winners and runners-up selected on the basis of entries supplied on a newly designed entry form.

Karen Fletcher, executive officer of BCIA, comments, ‘This year’s winners and runners-up have certainly earned their place on the list. This is the first time that we have used an independent judging panel, and all our judges brought their extensive industry knowledge to bear during the process.’

‘Ian Ellis, president of the BCIA, adds, ‘Our aim this year is to raise the standard and prestige of the awards, and this rigorous voting process is a key part of that. The awards ceremony takes place on 12 May, and we are very much looking forward to recognising the excellent entries that have been identified as winners and runners-up.

The awards ceremony will be hosted by former BBC News presenter Selina Scott at a gala dinner. Full details on the BCIA web site at the address below. The awards ceremony is preceded by the association’s conference.

We will be reporting the winners in the June issue of Modern Building Services. The shortlist of finalists is as follows. There will also be special awards for the student of the year, sponsored by Siemens Building Technologies, and a lifetime contribution award.

Engineer of the year

Andy Hailstone, Siemens Building Technologies

Pep Niemeijer, Priva Building Intelligence

Richard Nind, BMSi

Gareth Watts, Impact Control Systems Ltd

 

Independent systems installer of the year,

sponsored by Centraline by Honeywell

 

Lloyds TSB, Control Panel Services

Bupa Care Home Sites, Demma Controls

10 Rochester Row, Fire Design Solutions

National Physics Laboratory, MK Building Services

Novac Controls

 

Technical innovation of the year — products,

sponsored by Modern Building Services

 

CAN2GO Controllers (room and VAV), SCL Elements

EnergyView, Building Environment Control

iC6000, Passivent

Metasys 5, Johnson Controls

Priva Energy Online, Priva Building Intelligence

The SonNet Wireless Range, Sontay

TX Open Module, Siemens Building Technologies

VT7300F5500W wireless fan-coil unit controller

 

Technical innovation of the year — projects,

sponsored by Modern Building Services

 

The Greenhouse, Keep Keen Controls, a Priva Partner

Remote Monitoring, TalkTalk Technologies/Impact Controls

 

Energy-management award,

sponsored by Priva Building Intelligence

 

Cardiff Council Schools, Building Services Controls

Clitheroe Community Hospital, Neilson Control Installations

ACS&T, Next Control Systems

 

Best service and maintenance provider,

sponsored by Western Automation BMSi

 

Liver Building, Eclipse Control Engineering

Liverpool John Moores University, Impact Control Systems

Everton FC Finch Farm Complex, Impact Control Systems

 

Contribution to training award,

sponsored by the Electrical Contractors' Association (ECA)

 

David Burgess, Siemens Building Technologies

Trend Control Systems Limited



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