A shortlist of 32 leading businesses from across the electrotechnical and engineering services sector have been chosen for this year’s prestigious ECA Industry Awards.
Drawn from a highly competitive pool of entries, the successful organisations have been recognised for their exceptional performance and achievements in the last two years, with awards including several ‘Contractor of the Year’ categories, ‘Best Health and Safety Initiative’, ‘Excellence in Training and Development’, as well as specialist and CSR categories.
The independent panel of judges, including JTL CEO Jon Graham, Electrical Safety First Technical Director Martyn Allen and BSRIA CEO Julia Evans, convened in August 2021 to consider the entries and compile a shortlist .
Adjudicator and ECA Director of Member Services Helen Atkinson commented: “In light of the exceptional circumstances of the past 18 months, whittling down this year’s shortlist was no easy task. I would like to congratulate those who were shortlisted and thank all the entrants for the significant time and effort they put into their award entries.
“I’m very much looking forward to meeting many of these organisations at our industry-leading Awards Dinner in October, where the winners will be announced.”
The ECA Industry Awards Dinner is being held on 22 October 2021 at the Hilton Bankside hotel in London.
Full list of 32 shortlisted ECA Member nominees (in alphabetical order):
• A J Taylor Electrical Contractors
• Alpine Works
• BGEN (formerly Boulting)
• Caztec Group
• Chord Engineering
• Combined Electricals
• Crannis Technology Services
• Crown Highways
• Darke & Taylor
• Dixon MEP
• DPJ Fire and Security
• Geoffrey Robinson
• Haydon M&E
• Hilton Cannon Electrical Limited
• LCA Group
• Lindum Fire
• LSG Electrical
• Network Security and Alarms
• NG Bailey
• Orange Fox Electrical
• Powerplus Group
• PTS Compliance
• RDM Electrical
• SJD Associates
• SSE Contracting
• The Oxford Electrical Company
• West & West
• Wulfrun Building Solutions
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