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Commissioning Specialist Association CSA project of the year awards
 2022 Commissioning Specialist Association (CSA) Project of the Year Award
BSRIA Instrument Solutions is delighted to sponsor the 2022 Commissioning Specialist Association (CSA), Project of the Year Award, at the gala awards dinner on Thursday 6th October 2022 at The Guoman Tower Hotel in St. Katharine's Dock, London.
BSRIA Instrument Solutions who is a sponsor of this prestigious event is eagerly awaiting this date to present the Award for the Project of the Year which is a highlight in the team’s calendar. This particular award being for the most interesting and/or technically challenging building project or installation, that has been completed in the last 24 months, which can demonstrate innovation, operational performance, environmental credentials, and overall objective attainment.
Alan Gilbert, BSRIA Instrument Solutions General Manager said, ”BSRIA Instrument Solutions is delighted to be sponsoring this award ceremony now for the 7th occasion. The CSA Awards celebrates the collective achievements at all levels in the commissioning industry, and BSRIA are proud to recognise the organisations and individuals who are helping this technically challenging sector of the construction market”.
BSRIA Instrument Solutions has been an active member of the CSA since 1997. Alan added: “BSRIA has long been a supporter of the work of the CSA, as we share similar values, encouraging best practice and the improvement in building performance. This type of collaboration continues to help our industry in Making Buildings Better."
The 2022 finalist in the Project of the Year category are:-
- One Za'abeel - AESG
- Battersea Power Station Phase 2 - Ashford Environmental Services
- University of Salford, School of Science, Engineering and Environment Building - Banyard Consultants
- The Person-Environment-Activity Research Laboratory (PEARL) - Banyard Consultants
- Alexander Stadium Redevelopment - Beech Technical Services
- T Zone, Kings Cross London - Crosscount/ ISG/ META
- Soho Place - Crown House Technologies
- Project Jupiter, Leamington Spa - End Systems
This article originally appeared as "BSRIA Instrument Solutions sponsors the 2022 CSA Award for the Project of the Year" on the BSRIA news and blog site in September 2022.
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