Entries for the British Engineering Excellence Awards are now closed. Judging will take now take place and the shortlisted entries are:
Consultancy of the Year
Bennett Engineering Design Solutions
Drive System Design
Design Team of the Year
Synergie Environ - Airport Integrated Low Carbon Energy Systems Design
Oxford Instruments NanoScience - Designing greener high magnetic fields
EarthSense & Bluefrog Design - Development of the Zephyr® Air Quality Sensor
Salamander Pumps - EVE
Nanusens - NEMS-within-CMOS
DRB Group - Unilever R&D detergent plant platforms
Beth Faulkner, DRB Group
Darren Williams, TWI
Energus - nucleargraduates
Laura Giddings, RS Components
Materials Application of the Year
Alvant - AlXal brake rod
Alvant - CorXal
Plessey Semiconductors - Native Green GaN-on-Si microLED
Zircotec Group - ZircoFlex® Heat Shield
New Product (Electronic) of the Year
Beryl - Beryl Bike
EAVE - EAVE Focus Lite
Grayson Thermal Systems - GTS BTMS (Battery Thermal Management System)
Plessey Semiconductors - microLED Emissive Display
Nanusens - NEMS nanosensors family
Peratech - Peratech QTC® based EDGE Solution
Quanta Dialysis Technologies - SC+
Siretta - SNYPER-LTE Graphyte
New Product (Mechanical) of the Year
Terex - AggWash 300
ELE International - AUTO Soil Consolidator (ASC)
Bowman Power - ETC 1000
LDS Hire & Sales - G-DECK
Diamond light source - Interference fit monochromator cooling system
Johnston Sweepers - Johnston VE652 aka EVIE
Wilson Tool - PX QuickTap
Russell Finex - Russell AMPro Sieve Station™
Transmission Dynamics - Smart Oil Plug
Aeristech - Centrifugal Compressor
Small Company of the Year
Bennett Engineering Design Solutions
Start Up of the Year
Young Designer of the Year
James Veale, GiroNEX
Matthew Ringland, Spiroflow
Sam Edwards, Azbil Telstar
Design Engineer of the Decade
Mark Sanders - 2009 winner
Andrew Burrows – 2010 winner
Shaun Addy – 2011 winner
James White – 2012 winner
Sebastien Cuvelier Mussalian – 2013 winner
Peter Greenhalgh – 2014 joint winner
Mike Franklin – 2014 joint winner
Richard Poulton – 2015 winner
Alexander McDiarmid – 2016 winner
Jake Willis – 2017 winner
Orla Murphy – 2018 winner
I would like to thank all those who have entered this year and wish them the very best of luck.
The winners will be announced at an awards luncheon on Friday 11th October at The Landmark London. Please keep this date free in your diary.
To book your place at this prestigious event, please click here.
I look forward to seeing you there.
On Friday 11th October 2019, we will be holding the British Engineering Excellence Awards (BEEAs) ceremony at The Landmark London at the heart of central London.
Since 1899, The Landmark London has had a rich and romantic history as one of London's first and foremost grand dame hotels.
The ticket price includes drinks reception, 3-course lunch and half a bottle of wine per person.
There will be a cash bar in operation throughout the event for additional drinks.
Dress code: Business attire
Here are the event timings:
|14:00||Awards ceremony commences|
"Goodfellow is proud to be sponsoring the Materials Application of the Year award in the BEEAs for a second year running. We are pleased to be able to celebrate the ingenuity of engineers developing innovative methods, often in challenging environments, to create the most practical engineering solutions possible.
.... The awards also fit perfectly with our own aims of facilitating scientific innovation as it recognises those that are making vital contributions to the progression of British design, innovation and engineering."
Stephen Aldersley, Goodfellow Cambridge
"LG Motion are very proud sponsors of the Small Company of the Year award. This is not the first time we have sponsored this award which is so very important in giving focus to the essential hard work and huge contribution that many small companies make to the industrial prosperity of UK manufacturing. Small companies are no different to any organisation in having to maintain a high degree of flexibility in order to be able to adapt to the rapidly changing demands of the customer.
... Very often their very “size” gives them an important advantage over larger more rigidly structure organisations. They also provide an important training ground for developing a new generation of engineering, design and manufacturing staff in order to future protect our proud industrial heritage."
Gary Livingstone, LG Motion
Sponsoring the British Engineering Excellence Awards is more than just putting your company brand on an important event within the calendar. It’s an opportunity for a continued marketing presence within Eureka! and New Electronics magazines, the two market leading publications for design engineering, and their related web sites for a period of 12 months.
Click here to download the 2019 media pack
To make an enquiry about becoming a sponsor of the British Engineering Excellence Awards, contact Jez Walters by email:
firstname.lastname@example.org by Tel: +44 (0) 1322 221144