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May 2016

End Systems Nominated in 5 Categories for the 2016 CSA Awards

After our success in winning two awards last year, End Systems are pleased to announce they have been nominated in 5 of the 7 available categories for this year’s 2016 CSA Awards to be held at the Effingham Park Hotel on June 17.

We have successful nominations in the following categories

Commissioning Provider of the Year: 2016 sees End Systems complete its 40th year of trading and the nomination in this award category speaks volumes for the long journey the company has made from its’ early days and are grateful for this recognition.

  • Training Provider of the Year: This is an award which we were successful in winning last year and have been nominated for a consecutive year. This award being one which managing director Brian Townsend holds in high esteem and is proud to be nominated once again.
  • Student of the Year: Following his success last year Rob Cleworth has once again been nominated for this award after achieving both his CSA grades 4 & 5 in the same calendar year.
  • Engineer of the Year: Stuart Kelly has been nominated for his outstanding work on the Award Winning Project The National Graphene Institute in Manchester.
  • Project of the year – University of Leicester Centre for Medicine: We are delighted to be associated with this ground breaking Passivhaus project which is the flagship building of the University. We provided commissioning managers and a hands on commissioning team to help deliver this demanding energy efficient project alongside Wilmott Dixon, NG Bailey and Couch Perry Wilkes.

Managing Director Brian Townsend said “It speaks volumes for End Systems and the team that we have been fortunate enough to be nominated in so many categories, it should be a great evening once again with an opportunity to meet industry friends old and new”

Good luck to everybody nominated from across the UK commissioning industry and we’re certain that the success of the awards will be once again replicated when commissioning engineers converge on the Effingham Park Hotel on the evening of June 17th.