The Building Engineering Services Association (BESA) has relaunched its National Awards after a pandemic enforced two-year break.
The 2022 Awards will be presented ‘in-person’ on October 20th at a gala dinner in the Novotel London West hotel on the evening of the Association’s annual National Conference, which is being held during the day at the same venue.
The Awards, which are free to enter, will reward individuals, teams, and companies responsible for delivering projects, products, innovations, and initiatives that demonstrate excellence in building services engineering.
The dinner will be the culmination of a year-long series of local heats hosted by BESA’s regions and devolved nations with regional winners going forward to the national final in London.
To celebrate the return of the in-person format, BESA has launched several new categories which are open to both members and non-members including Net Zero Initiative, Product Innovation, and Women in Building Services.
Its long-running management training award has been relaunched as The Manly Trust Management Training Bursary and there is a new Diversity and Inclusion category. All of this comes on top of BESA’s regular categories covering the full range of industry apprenticeships awarded across the regions.
All the entries will be scrutinised by a newly appointed expert panel of judges drawn from across the sector.
The Awards dinner will feature a celebrity host and live band so promises to be BESA’s most lavish to date. Entries are open now and the closing date is July 8th.
For more details of BESA’s National Conference and Awards click here.