From the lifetime achievement of a service engineer to ground-breaking innovation. The Institute recognises and rewards individuals across a broad spectrum of person achievement.
For Services Engineers’ Section
Previous winners have demonstrated not only excellent technical knowledge and superb customer service skills over careers in the sector of 15 years or more, but also a willingness to undertake activities outside their usual job description - for example, mentoring trainees and apprentices, writing technical papers and giving toolbox talks. The winner will receive a cash prize of £400, an engraved tankard and certificate from the IOR President and there will be plenty of PR follow up by the IOR and ACR Journal who support the award.
The winner will receive a cheque for £500 an engraved tankard and a complete set of ASHRAE handbooks as part of the IOR’s Ted Perry Award.
Past winners have been involved in projects that have underpinned innovation in cooling the London tube network, a low temperature (-150°C) freezer, and last year’s winner, Angeles Pacho-Rivero of the University of Warwick, was involved in carbon-ammonia adsorption heat pump technology. Angeles will be giving a case study presentation about her award winning research on the 3rd December at University of Birmingham. Book a free place at the IOR website and find out more about the project which was described by the judges as a “practical research project with a high potential for commercial exploitation”.
Leading Practical Achievement and Global Recognition
The winner will receive a Gold Medal to hold for one year, a silver replica to keep and a cash award of £5,000 donated by J&E Hall International. Winners join a list recipients that includes some of the most respected names in the recent history of the industry.
Details of how to make your nomination any of these awards can be found at www.ior.org.uk/ awards or contact email@example.com for more information.