We are pleased to announce the winners of the CIBSE Building Performance Awards 2013, recognising excellence in making buildings work. The award ceremony took place at the Grosvenor House Hotel, Park Lane and was attended by over 700 building services professionals. Hosted by Gyles Brandreth, the awards recognised building performance excellence in 12 categories. Winners included British Land, Max Fordham, Atkins Ltd and London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Click here to view the winners
The CIBSE Young Engineering Awards 2013 is now open for entries. The awards bring together, the CIBSE ASHRAE Graduate of the Year award and the Employer of the Year awards in one high profile event at the Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE) on 9th October 2013.
Full details and how to enter here
The Society of Light and Lighting (SLL) Young Lighter of the Year 2013 Competition is now open for entries. Finalists will get the chance to present at the LUX Live exhibition and the winner will receive the prestigious award at the Lux Awards in London on 21st November 2013.
The Awards provide a unique platform for young lighters and are open to those under 30. Entrants are asked to submit a paper on any lighting subject of their choice along with a 3-5 minute video presentation. All finalists receive a cash prize along with a year's membership to SLL.
Entry deadline - 8 May 2013
Full details here
The CIBSE Undergraduate Award sponsored by Hays Building Services is designed to encourage students to develop their potential and aim for excellence. It is awarded to students in their final year of a building services course accredited by CIBSE recognising their academic achievements at the end of their course of study.
Daniel Chambers from Leeds Metropolitan University won the 2012 CIBSE Undergraduate Award. Daniel, who studied for a BEng Hons in Building Services Engineering won with his project titled ‘Leeds Metropolitan University Rose Bowl ‘Phase 2' LZC Feasibility Study & Building Services Design and Integration Report'. He won a £500 prize and trophy.
A trophy was also awarded to Professor Alan Newall, representing Leeds Metropolitan University as acknowledgement of its achievement. Andrew Taylor from Coventry University and Christopher Vingoe from University of Leeds were both runners up.
Develop an innovative communal water delivery strategy to the problem of supplying water to those that cannot afford a water connection. Participants should pay special attention to the technical and financial sustainability of their proposed solution. Teams of up to 3 people, aged 18-35. 2012 winners to be announced soon.
The Ken Dale Travel Bursary offers young building services engineers the opportunity to experience technical, economic, environmental, social and political conditions in another country and to examine how these factors impact the practice of building services engineering.
It has been established by CIBSE to commemorate Ken Dale's contribution to the Institution and our industry. The bursary makes awards available of between £1,500 and £4,000 to CIBSE members in the developmental stage of their careers and offers the chance to travel and research areas connected with the applicant's field of work and which will benefit CIBSE, their employer, their clients and the professions within the building services engineering industry.
APPLICATIONS NOW CLOSED FOR 2013
For more information, click here
Plus reports of previous Ken Dale Bursary winners Deivy Riquier (2012), Anderson Barcellos (2011), Rebecca Warren (2010) and Ross French (2009).
222 Balham High Road
Registered as a Charity in England No. 278104