The prestigious event took place in London at the Leonardo Royal Tower Bridge Hotel and was attended by over 200 finalists and guests. The 12 category winners were chosen from 77 nominations from a wide array of engineering organisations, industries and geographical locations.
Energy & Utility Skills hosted a table with guests from M Group Services, The Equal Group, E.ON and Thames Water.
Phil Beach, CEO commented:
“This is a fantastic achievement as we faced stiff competition from British Aerospace and Siemens on the shortlist. The judges were really impressed with our important and ground-breaking initiatives in Diversity and Inclusion.
“We should all be proud of this recognition of Energy & Utility Skills and the work we are doing across the sector and in support of a key Energy & Utilities Skills Partnership Council priority.“
The Engineering Talent Awards (ETA) is organised by the EqualEngineers, supporting engineering organisations in equality, diversity and inclusion.
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