New Vice President for BCIA
Malcolm Anson, Managing Director of Clarkson Controls, was elected Vice President of the BCIA at the end of 2013. He replaces Steve Harrison who is now BCIA President.
Malcolm says: “I am delighted to take on this role, and that the members of the BCIA have shown their confidence in me. I believe the BCIA is a significant industry Association with an important contribution to make to the development of energy efficient and sustainable buildings.”
Malcolm set up Clarkson Controls in 1993, and prior to that he worked in the controls industry since the early 1970s. His career includes roles at Satchwell, Invicta, JEL and Johnsons. He therefore brings a wealth of technical and commercial knowledge to the role.
“Having worked for some of the larger manufacturers in the industry as well as being the owner of a small systems house for the last twenty years, I feel I can understand and represent the industry across a broad base. The BCIA has many SME members and I feel that my own business experience can help to represent them and their concerns.”
Malcolm has served on the Management Committee for a number of years, and is also one of the directors of the BCIA’s recently-formed not-for-profit training arm.
“My aim as Vice President is to support the President, Management Committee and our Working Groups in continuing to raise the profile of the BCIA and the building controls sector.”