Welcome to the Building Controls Industry Association. Our site contains information relating to the BCIA in general, our membership, events specific to the building controls industry, training and education, and a range of publications that can be downloaded free of charge. We will be regularly updating this site with news of further training courses, new publications and other relevant information, so stay in touch with the Building Controls Industry Association.
The BCIA has a separate website at www.bcia.co.uk.
The Building Controls Industry Association (BCIA) is the unified voice of the UK building controls industry. The BCIA is committed to supporting all of its members in their efforts to establish and maintain the highest standards in product and system development, application and service. The BCIA encourages skills development and training, it aims to influence the development of legislation on building efficiency and control and promote the use of building controls in all of its applications.
- To promote the UK building controls industry and the work of the BCIA.
- To increase understanding of the benefits of building controls and BEMS.
- To protect the reputation of the BCIA and its members to ensure high standards are maintained.
- To address issues of concern to BCIA members and recommend mutually acceptable solutions and courses of action.
- To promote training and education, standards, product and system quality, innovation and technology transfer.
- To address issues of benefit to the building controls industry as a whole and liaise with other associations and organisations appropriate to the BCIA’s objectives.
- To be a central representative body in order to engage with government and put to them the views of the UK building controls industry and work effectively to represent the sector’s interests at all levels of the legislative and regulatory process.
- To encourage and support the work of the BCIA Working Groups.
- To keep BCIA members abreast of the work of the Management Committee and its Working Groups.
- To be a research and statistical centre, to aggregate and publish statistics, and to provide analysis on the UK building controls industry and other relevant market information.
- To be a technical centre providing commentary, guidance and advice on all legal and other regulatory developments of relevance to the UK building controls industry.
- To provide a forum for the exchange of non-competitive information.
- To promote the business interests of members, to serve as a platform for discussions and to represent the interests of its members.