Eight electrotechnical and engineering services organisations recognised at ECA Annual Awards  

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Eight top-performing businesses from across the engineering and electrotechnical services industry have scooped honours at this year’s ECA Annual Awards, held on Friday 9 June at the London Hilton Bankside

The awards took place during the ECA’s Gala Dinner, supported by headline sponsors LEDVANCE and Electrium. TV personality and comedian Hugh Dennis presented the awards to the winning ECA organisations, who were as follows:

Large Contractor of the Year - turnover over £20m (sponsored by Schneider Electric)

• Winner - Imtech Engineering Services Central 

• Highly commended - SPIE UK 

 

 Contractor of the Year - up to £20m turnover (sponsored by Eaton)

• Winner - William Coates 

• Highly commended - Haste 

 

Contractor of the Year - up to £5m turnover (sponsored by Legrand)

• Winner - Bowers Projects 

 

Contractor of the Year - under £1m turnover (sponsored by Edmundson Electrical)

• Winner - Combined Electricals 

• Highly commended - Smarta Construction

• Highly commended - The Best Partnership

 

Best Client / Contractor Partnership Award (sponsored by ECIC)

• Winner - A Archer Electrical 

 

Innovation in Contracting Award (sponsored by ABB)

• Winner - Haste 

• Highly commended - Shoreline Housing Partnership

 

Best Health and Safety Initiative Award (sponsored by Electrical Safety First)

• Winner - SES Engineering Services

 

Excellence in Training and Development Award (sponsored by JTL)

• Winner - Imtech Engineering Services Central

• Highly commended - Housing Plus (Property Care)

An independent panel of judges, which included the ECA’s Paul Reeve (head judge), Philip Buckle, director general of Electrical Safety First, and Mark Smith, marketing director at Certsure, determined the winners from a series of impressive entries. 

Awards adjudicator and ECA director of member services Helen Atkinson commented: “Many congratulations to these eight ECA businesses that beat off major competition to deservedly win this year’s ECA Annual Awards. An evening of top entertainment and food was enjoyed by all, and we look forward to welcoming the industry back next year.”

Guests on the night were treated to a range of entertainment, including comedy from Hugh Dennis, live music and magic. Thousands of pounds were also raised for the Electrical Industries Charity during a prize draw.

 

 

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