BMSI: 2018 BCIA Awards Finalists

BMSI has been shortlisted as 2018 BCIA Awards finalists for Independent Building Controls and BEMS Installer of the Year and Engineer of the Year.

Following a record number of entries being received for the 2018 Building Controls Industry Awards, a team of independent judges has awarded BMSI finalists in each of our awards entries. The BCIA Awards are the biggest awards in the controls and BEMS industry and as such, always attract a high calibre of entries across the board. Such a high standard of competition ensures that BMSI are in good company as recognised finalists and we are honoured to be shortlisted for both of our award categories.

Engineer of the Year

John Mogg

John was fundamental in introducing a site-wide BMS legionella monitoring system to UHoW site, which dramatically reduced the manpower required to carry out the day to day logging of all temperatures – a system which was previously a manual exercise for two persons to undertake every week, but is now completely implemented by the BMS.

Due to John’s expert application of technical knowledge in this arena, the strategy also monitors all site legionella temperature sensors and generates alarms which are sent by SMS to site engineer’s mobile phone should any of the temperatures remain outside of the normal operational parameters.

Independent Building Controls and BEMS Installer of the Year

Ensuring that customer needs are met is critical to the way we operate at BMSI, and efficient and early engagement with the client is key to our business proposition of fully understanding the scope of the employers’ requirements and establishing a mutually beneficial method of reporting progress or change.

BMSI work to a structured Project Delivery System (PDS) and Inspection & Testing Plan (ITP) with all of our customers which are specifically tailored for each project under the umbrella of our overarching Quality Plan.


“I am delighted that BMSI has once again been recognised for each of our awards entries. The most valuable asset we have is our people, and every customer contact is an opportunity for us to demonstrate a first-class service. Acknowledgement from the independent  judges is testament to our focus on making sure we deliver to, or above, our customer’s expectations, each and every time. We do not accept delivering anything less than a first-class service. Installer of the Year and Engineer of Year are both competitive categories that we are confident of our credentials in and we look forward to attending the awards in May.”


John Axten,