Finalists for BCIA Awards 2021


14 April 2021

The Building Controls Industry Association (BCIA) has revealed the finalists for the BCIA Awards 2021.

Despite a difficult year, a record number of entries have been received for the event, scheduled for September 9 at the Hilton Birmingham Metropole.

Short listed finalists are:

Building Controls and BEMS Installer of the Year
Sponsored by Trend Control Systems

  • ABEC
  • BMSI
  • Crown House Technologies
  • Global Associates
  • InTandem Systems
  • Pillinger Controls
  • Syscom Building Management

Engineer of the Year
Sponsored by BCIA

  • Steve Nuttall, Aimteq
  • Paul Brown, BGES Group
  • Steve Emberton, Crown House Technologies
  • Sam Martin, E.ON Control Solutions
  • Dean Kent, Kendra Energy Solutions
  • Tracey Simpson, Pillinger Controls
  • Andy Gallogly, Sauter Automation
  • Max Mingozzi, System Five Services

Young Engineer of the Year
Sponsored by Schneider Electric

  • Dean Farmer, ABEC
  • Lewis Stevenson, BGES Group
  • Raja Khan, Clarkson Controls
  • Lewis Williams, Detail Design Engineering
  • Tom Drysdale, InTandem Systems
  • Ronnie Stevens, Kendra Energy Solutions
  • Phil Hunt, Pillinger Controls
  • Jamie Anderson, Sauter Automation
  • George Briggs, Sauter Automation
  • Louise Johnston, Schneider Electric
  • Eugen Juravliov, Schneider Electric

Energy Management Award
Sponsored by Priva UK

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  • CIM, Digitising a Commercial Real Estate Portfolio
  • Crown House Technologies, Manchester Airport Transformation Programme 
  • Ecopilot in Partnership with E.ON Control Solutions, Aberdeen Standard Investments 
  • SSE Enterprise Energy Solutions, University of Glasgow Gilmorehill Campus
  • Tram Dubai, Green Buildings in Tram Dubai

Best Service and Maintenance Provider
Sponsored by Western Automation

  • Aimteq 
  • BGES Group
  • Global Associates
  • Kendra Energy Solutions
  • Linear Control Systems Maintenance
  • Mitie Energy
  • SSE Enterprise Energy Solutions
  • Sygma Automation

Technical Innovation of the Year – Products
Sponsored by BCIA

  • amBX, SmartCore
  • Angel Guard, Clinical Washbasin with AI Technology
  • Contemporary Controls, BASgatewayLX 
  • Demand Logic, Virtual Metering
  • Global Control 5, iSMA-B Hybrid IoT Controller
  • Novus48, Powertrack
  • One Sightsolutions, OSSEasyAPI
  • Water Kinetics, Eco-Duo

Technical Innovation of the Year – Projects
Sponsored by Johnson Controls

  • ARES PRISM, The Environment Agency
  • BGES Group, Oxfordshire Golf Hotel and Spa
  • Building Integrated Systems, Cambridge Trust Hospital
  • Global Associates, Park House
  • IBT Controls, University of Manchester
  • SSE Enterprise Energy Solutions, TJ Morris VMU

Contribution to Training Award
Sponsored by Siemens Building Products

  • InTandem Systems
  • One Sightsolutions 
  • Schneider Electric
  • Sontay
  • SSE Enterprise Energy Solutions

Smart Buildings Award
Sponsored by BCIA

  • amBX UK, Heanor Park Care Home
  • Econowise Drives & Controls, Tasman House
  • Carbon Numbers, Blizard Building
  • Ecopilot in Partnership with E.ON Control Solutions, Aberdeen Standard Investments
  • Kelvin Control Engineers Ltd, Spateson Early Years Centre

Terry Sharp, President of the BCIA, said: “It is fantastic to see that despite all the difficulties of last year we have once again received a record breaking number of entries for the BCIA Awards. Many discussions I have had with industry colleagues have centred around how the effects of lockdown could change how we manage our built environment in the longer term. The standard of entries received has shown how our members have remained as innovative and forward-thinking as ever and it will be fascinating to see who takes home the prizes in September.”