The Building Controls Industry Association (BCIA) has announced the finalists for this year’s BCIA Awards.

There was much deliberation during the judging process due to an exceptionally high standard of entries received. Winners of each category will be announced Thursday 4th May at the BCIA Awards 2023 ceremony and dinner at the Hilton Birmingham Metropole.

The shortlisted finalists are:

Building Controls and BEMS Installer of the Year


ADI Intelligent Buildings

Crown House Technologies

Detail Design Engineering

E.ON Control Solutions



Engineer of the Year

George Smith, 3MSe

Josh Froude, 3MSe

Fred Murcutt, AES Control Systems

Sonu Mani, CBRE|ESI - EMEA

Martin French, Crown House Technologies

Gregory Smith, E.ON Control Solutions

Luke Gilbert, Global Associates

Jason Bennett, One Sightsolutions

Maggie Chantrey, Sauter Automation

Georgios Xakopoulos, Sauter Automation

Trevor Wright, SSE Energy Solutions

Mike Hoare, SSE Energy Solutions

Bradley Eyre, TClarke

David Jackson, TClarke

Young Engineer of the Year

Erick Ginesta, ABEC

Filip Ivancic, Crown House Technologies

Ryan Willetts, DAE Energy Solutions

Jason Nichols, Demma

Bradley Willmoth, E.ON Control Solutions

Abbie Bewley, InTandem Systems

Alistair Mitchell, Kendra Energy Solutions

Mikolaj Hacia, Learnd

Harry Wescombe, One Sightsolutions

Saullo Silva, Sauter Automation

Ben Johnson, Sauter Automation

Charlie Aubrey, Schneider Electric

Mia Richardson, Schneider Electric

Apprentice of the Year

Jordan Orchard, AES Controls

Alex Sherrington, Demma

William Robson, Impact Control Systems

Robert Drysdale, InTandem Systems

Matthew Appleyard, Integrated BMS

Jamie Nguyen, Johnson Controls

Isabel Lamb, Learnd UK

Siku Junior Chiororo, Mitie

Archie Small, Retail Energy Solutions

Alfie Simester, Sauter Automation

Ethan O'Neill, Siemsatec

Energy Management Award

Carbon Numbers, Daiwa Capital Markets Smart Building

Chartwell Controls, DLG - BEMS Energy Optimisation Strategy Upgrade

Econowise, Savills Energy Saving Project

Global Associates, Speedy Hire - Estate wide move to carbon negative

Kendra Energy Solutions, Hitting ambitious energy targets at the Francis Crick

Mitie Energy and Lloyds Banking Group, Connected branches pilot

Best Service and Maintenance Provider



Demma Services

E.ON Control Solutions (Amersham)

Global Associates

Kendra Energy Solutions

Schneider Electric

Technical Innovation of the Year – Products

Indoor Air Quality Sensor, Monitor and Software, Airthings

Clarence - Remote Water Monitoring Box, Angel Guard

Hydrosonic-M1 Ultrasonic Smart Meter, B Meters

Bubll Smart Matrix, Bubll Automation

Intesis Multi Protocol AC Gateways, Consyst

SERIES IEF Insertion Electromagnetic Flow Transmitter, Dwyer Instruments

FIN Stack, J2 Innovations

Connected Power, MK Electric

QNA IAQ Multi Sensor, Siemens

Connect Box, Siemens

SORA Wireless Sensing, Sontay

Technical Innovation of the Year – Projects

ABEC, Enabling NatWest Group to work smarter with ABEC Smart View

E.ON Control Solutions, Spie PFI Scottish Schools Contract

Optimised, Hilton London Wembley Optimisation

Siemens, University of Birmingham - Creating the world's smartest campus

Specialist Controls Installations, London College of Fashion (University of Arts London)

TClarke, 5 Bank Street European Bank for Reconstruction & Development

Contribution to Training Award


Fantom Factory eLearning

Group Horizon

Learnd Academy Management Training Programme


SSE Graduate Project Sales Engineer Development Programme

BCIA President Graeme Rees commented: “We would like to thank everyone who took the time to enter and gave the judges plenty to think about once again such was the quality of entries this year. To see the examples of innovation and talented people leading the way in building controls gives me great pride to be a part of this sector and I look forward to joining many of my industry colleagues at the ceremony in May and finding out who the winners are.”

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