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Jon Belfield named BCIA president

Jon Belfield has been appointed as the new president of the Building Controls Industry Association (BCIA), stepping up from his position as vice president and taking over the role from former president Malcolm Anson.

Jon Belfield, BCIA president.

Mr Belfield is managing director of InTandem Systems, a controls installation specialist which works on a variety of building controls projects in both private and public sectors. 

With extensive experience in the building controls sector, Mr Belfield is a fellow of CIBSE (FCIBSE) and a chartered engineer.

In his new role, Mr Belfield will focus on the importance of continuous professional development and encouraging the next generation to join the building controls sector, as per the Year of Engineering initiative.

The 2018 Year of Engineering Government campaign aims to inspire the next generation of engineers while bridging the skills gap in the industry.

Mr Belfield said: “I am honoured to be elected as the BCIA president. I am keen to share and promote my vision for the benefit of members and the wider public alike.

“By working in close partnership with the Year of Engineering, we can reshape the future of the building controls industry and bring more young talent into our sector.

“I would like to sincerely thank Malcolm Anson for his dedication, success and outstanding work over the past three years. I will continue to strengthen and steer the Association going forwards.”

6 March 2018


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