Peter Tse, Business Manager, Sustainable Construction Group, BSRIA, said:
“I was honored to have presented the award for the best use of MEP and POD Technology. These awards are a fantastic opportunity to recognise innovation in both design and construction, pushing the boundaries of both sustainability and cost efficiency in delivery of our built environment.
SES is a worthy winner and the Quadram Institute is a new multi-million pound state-of-the-art food and health research and endoscopy centre that will open mid-2018.
The Institute will work with industry to become a leading international hub for food and health science, combining scientific excellence and critical expertise, to deliver better patient care while accelerating innovation.
Indeed: BSRIA supports forward thinking and finding complementary ways to provide a step change in delivery and performance of the built environment.”
New categories that have been added for 2018 included: housing project of the year; best use of POD technology; product innovation award; offsite pioneer of the year; and engineer of the year. This is a great opportunity where industry specialists get the chance to showcase their inspirational achievements first hand to a panel of leading industry figures.
SES is the UK’s pre-eminent design-led Mechanical and Electrical (M&E) provider specialising in the design and installation of building services and infrastructure solutions.
SES was the first mechanical, electrical and public health services contractor to achieve BRE Accredited BIM Level 2 Business Certification.