Priva Building Intelligence, a supplier of building control systems, has scooped - through its partners and employees - several prizes at the Building Controls Industry Association (BCIA) Awards 2011.
Priva Partner Keep Keen Controls was awarded Technical Innovation of the Year (Project) for its work at low-carbon Leeds development, Greenhouse. At the BCIA Awards ceremony, which was held on 12 May 2011, Priva's Pep Niemeijer was also honoured as Engineer of the Year. Priva Partner, Novac Controls, was named Independent Systems Installer of the Year.
One of Priva's successful and recent building controls projects is Greenhouse, a development of sustainable offices and homes in Leeds. Using building control technology from Priva, occupants of the low-impact building are able to quickly and simply access information about their own energy and water consumption through their TV screens. Working alongside its partner organisation, Keep Keen Controls, and Greenhouse developer, Citu, Priva contributed technology that has helped to create a green development.