The Building Controls Show is delighted to announce two new media partnerships. Energy Management and Electrical Engineering are to support the event with full editorial coverage and significant advertising over the coming weeks and months.

Energy Management magazine is an essential tool for individuals tasked with evaluating and modifying their energy management practices, from utility buyers, compliance and facilities managers through to energy efficiency and procurement directors.

Published on a quarterly basis it is designed to keep the industry up to date with the latest information, products, systems and services.

Launched in 1961 as Electrical Equipment, Electrical Engineering celebrated its 50th birthday back in 2011 and over the last half century or so, the magazine has evolved and grown with the market sector it serves and continues to be one of the leading journals in its field.

Targeting end-users, OEMs, panel builders, contractors, consultants, system integrators, plant/works/technical engineers and wholesalers, it offers complete coverage of all the sectors involved in the purchasing and specifying of electrical equipment.

Callum Blackwell, manager of both publications said: “The Building Controls Show has always been one of those shows that tops our list of trade shows to attend, not only because of the quality of exhibitors and visitors, but also for the fantastic seminars and the ideal location. It is a typical no-brainer for us to support this show and is one that we would always recommend to our readers. I have personally visited the event for the last 5 years and have only seen it get bigger and better each time.”

Visiting the Show

Following on from the success of the 2014 event, which enjoyed a 14% visitor increase; the Building Controls Show returns to the Surrey Hall at Sandown Park from 21st – 22nd October.

The Show is the only exhibition in the UK which is dedicated to the building controls industry, providing a focussed event which showcases new product development and technical innovation in building controls.

It is also renowned for its high quality seminar programme, which boasts a number of CPD accredited sessions, giving visitors the opportunity to gain valuable knowledge and career enhancing skills, while gaining access to what is new and available now on the show floor.

Companies wishing to speak in this year’s seminar theatre should send their proposed talk topic, a brief synopsis and biography to the BSEE magazine, Debbie Eales by 31st July. The team is looking for high quality, thought provoking content to ensure a fully CPD accredited programme, which of course is in the interest of visitors. Companies do not have send talks that are already CPD accredited, but the content, rather than focussing on products, must be editorially led to ensure the CPD accreditation service can see the wider value of it.

Syxthsense, a provider of HVAC, BACnet, Wireless and Modbus Products, Metering and Home Control solutions; Steinel (UK) a leader in the sensor-controlled lighting, heat-tool and hot-melt glue applicator markets; and Dwyer Instruments, a well know and trusted manufacturer in the controls and instrumentation industry have all signed up to exhibit in the last few weeks.

For information about exhibiting at the show, please contact Ryan Graves on 01622 699122 or email