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NEWS BSEE


Building controls excellence rewarded at the BCIA Awards


uBBC broadcaster and awards host, Steph McGovern, with this year’s BCIA Awards winners.


he winners of the 2017 Building Controls Industry Association (BCIA) Awards were announced at a gala dinner on 11 May 2017 at the Hilton Metropole, Birmingham. This year’s awards, hosted by BBC broadcaster, Steph McGovern, saw the best of the best recognised and rewarded for excellence in the building controls industry. The winners were:


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uIndependent Building Controls & BEMS Installer of the Year: Global Associates


uBest Service & Maintenance Provider: BG Energy Solutions


uEnergy Management Award: BG Energy Solutions


uTechnical Innovation of the Year: Enterprise Control Engineers


uTechnical Innovation of the Year – Products: Siemens Building Technologies’ Desigo CC


uContribution to Training Award: Eton Associates


uEngineer of the Year: Stephen Astwood of Johnson Controls


uYoung Engineer of the Year: George Belfield, of InTandem Systems


uOutstanding Contribution of the Year: Andy Bartlett of Belimo Automation UK Presenting the award Malcolm Anson, President of the BCIA said: “I am delighted to present this award to Andy. He and his company have been members of the BCIA from the very beginning. Andy has been a key player in moving the controls industry forward and has actively supported the BCIA in many ways.”


Malcolm added: “I would like to


congratulate all of the finalists and winners and a big thank you goes to all of the sponsors.”


www.bcia.co.uk


Electrical Design and Install Expo takes off


The Electrical Design and Install Expo (ED&I Expo), organised by publishing and events group All Things Media (ATM), takes place on September 6th-7th at the NEC, Birmingham.


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Leading electrical and building services trade body the Electrical Contractors’ Association (ECA) is the headline sponsor for the event, which aims to bring everyone involved in the installation, design, specification, inspection, manufacturing and distribution of electrical products together under one roof.


The ED&I Expo will also provide a vital platform for learning with a series of seminars delivering insight into the most important technical and legal issues facing the industry, as well as identifying and understanding current trends in order to put the industry on the front foot.


David Kitchener, Managing Director of ATM, said: “The ED&I Expo will offer a unique opportunity to learn about and interact with the latest products and innovations, hear from industry experts and network with thousands of industry professionals. The show will be shaped around discovering new technologies and services that can help businesses grow.” ECA CEO, Steve Bratt, added: “The Electrical Design & Install Expo is moving from strength to strength, with scores of exhibitors now signed up for the two-day event. In addition, the seminar programme is really starting to take shape, with a range of technical and business presentations, on topics including Wiring Regulations, smart buildings and new fire alarm standards.


“The ECA team looks forward to seeing you at the NEC in Birmingham on 6th-7th September, and we encourage attendees to visit us at the ECA stand.”


www.edandiexpo.com VISIT OUR WEBSITE: www.bsee.co.uk


new national exhibition, aimed at the entire electrical and electronics industry, is just around the corner.


‘Engineering is art’ — CIBSE President


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eter Y Wong, the new President of the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE), used his inaugural address to change perceptions about building services engineers, saying that they should see


themselves as artists and practitioners.


Speaking at the Royal Academy of Engineering in London, Wong drew analogies between the principles of art that went into creating some of the world’s great masterpieces and the principles that go into creating high performing buildings. These included Hong Kong’s International Commerce Centre and Singapore’s Gardens by the Bay.


The new CIBSE President called on Engineers to see their work as an expression of the principles of integrity, professionalism and the public interest, and to be proud of creating buildings that perform well as a mark of their craftsmanship rather than for compliance or to meet minimum standards. Wong also referred to his status as the first President from the Hong Kong region.


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