Does your use of digital engineering deserve recognition?
Posted: 26 September 2019
The Society of Digital Engineering is calling for entries to its awards programme, designed to showcase innovation and leadership in digital engineering.
Launched in 2018, the awards recognise a discipline that has become fundamental to the design of high-performance buildings. They look to identify and promote outstanding applications of this relatively new field from clients, engineers, contractors and manufacturers.
There are eight awards categories which are free to enter. The single entry which demonstrates the greatest step forward will then be selected from the category winners.
The Digital Engineering Awards were established by the Society of Digital Engineers (SDE). This specialist member group within the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE), provides a community for accreditation, training and career development for engineers working digitally across building services and its supply chain.
CIBSE Services Managing Director, Rowan Crowley said: ‘The purpose of SDE is to provide engineers who specialise in digital engineering with formal recognition of their particular skill set. These awards give us the opportunity to single out examples of excellence in this fast-moving sector.’
The full list of categories are:
Best process and its application
Best project and collaboration (small)
Best project and collaboration (large)
Best digital engineer
All entries need to be received by 25 October, with winners announced at Build2Perform Live on 26 November.
For more information and to enter www.cibse.org/sde
To book your place at Build2Perform Live www.cibse.org/b2plive
About the Society of Digital Engineers
The Society of Digital Engineering (SDE) has been formed to provide a home for those involved in digitising the built environment, either as designers, contractors, manufacturers, clients, facility managers or software vendors.
The Society is part of the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE) but has its own classes of membership and designatory letters for those who are suitably qualified and experienced in digital engineering.