Winners of ECI Awards 2014

ECI Project of the Year  2014

WSP-CEL-3bWinner: WSP CEL Project: Victrex RU2012 Project
“The judging panel was particularly impressed by the excellent project delivery culture demonstrated, and the effective integration of the project team and client”

Companies involved:
Client: Victrex Manufacturing Limited
Main Contractor: WSP CEL Project Manager, Designer, Procurement, Construction Management
Subcontractors: Tolent Construction Ltd, Laker Vent Engineering Ltd, Interserve Plc, Cougar Automation, Kirby Group, Hall and Kay Fire Engineering, Rotherham Industrial Plastics and Davies Electrical Solutions

ECI Young Professional of the Year Award 2014

james-manderWinner: James Mader, Fluor Ltd 
“The judges were particularly impressed with the level of professionalism, expertise in engineering, and level of ability in engaging with colleagues and fellow professionals, demonstrated in James’ approach to projects at this early stage in his career. The panel were in agreement that James has clearly demonstrated his potential to go on and become a future industry leader.”

Highly Commended: Tom Williams, Sellafield Ltd
“The judging panel acknowledged that Tom has achieved excellent career and skills development in a short space of time, and appreciated the fact that he has applied himself particularly well across a broad spectrum of roles  at Sellafield Ltd”

Award for Honorary Fellow of ECI
benitoPresented to: Benito Manoli

“The ECI European Executive Board holds Benito in particularly high regard, and is truly thankful for the work, effort and passion he has dedicated to ECI over the years.  He has always been prepared to openly challenge bad industry practice, and to encourage new ways of thinking and working. He has also challenged companies that do not take up opportunities to learn about new or developing techniques and adopt better practice, and has pushed such organisations to seek-out best practice approaches and improved methods of project management and delivery. Benito really does “walk the talk” and has encouraged members of ECI to participate actively in the drive to improve the performance and competitiveness of the industry.”