Scottish Engineering Awards
Engineering talent recognised at Glasgow event
Scottish Engineering has recognised nine companies and three young engineers for outstanding performance over the past year.
The Scottish Engineering awards 2022 were launched nearly 30 years ago to celebrate the best home-grown Scottish talent and to shine a spotlight on inspiring individuals and exceptional organisations which have displayed the highest level of excellence within the engineering and manufacturing sectors.
Company of the Year: Peak Scientific Instruments
President’s Award: John Jenkins & Son (Scotland)
Engineering Excellence Award: Ballard Motive Solutions
Manufacturing Excellence: Farid Hillend Engineering
Exceptional Contribution to Energy Security: EDF (UK) Hunterston B Power Station
Business Transformation: TEXO
Sustainable Development: Alexander Dennis
Innovation: Findlay Irvine
Skills, Diversity & Inclusion: Xandor Plastics
Young Engineer in partnership with The Incorporation of Hammermen of Glasgow: Greg Barnard of Allied Vehicles for his leading role in the mechanical design and testing of the Peugeot Rifter Drive-From WAV (Branded: Peugeot Inspire). Rrunner up trophies were awarded to Juliette Goddard of Intelligent Growth Solutions and Euan McLean of Chemring Energetics UK