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BCIA encourages entries for 2017 Awards

Building controls are responsible for the long term performance of a building and ultimately achieving energy efficiency and this is something the industry should celebrate and be proud of, the BCIA says.

It is encouraging people to enter the 2017 BCIA Awards. The deadline for entries is Tuesday 31 January 2017. To enter visit the website at www.bcia.co.uk and submit entries via the online form. Entry to the awards is free and open to BCIA members and non-members.

BCIA president, Malcolm Anson, said: “Building controls offer such numerous benefits, though often outside of the industry they are often misunderstood and under-appreciated. This is why the awards are so important. We need to come together as an industry to show the true value of controls and how they are crucial in bringing buildings to life.”

To book a place at the prestigious gala dinner and awards ceremony taking place at the Hilton Birmingham Metropole on Thursday 11 May 2017, visit the BCIA website, and complete the booking form.

 

17 January 2017

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