EIS takes out top spot in na­tional in­dus­try award

DEMM Engineering & Manufacturing - - NEWS -

EIS Au­to­ma­tion and Elec­tri­cal, took out the top spot at the 2017 Mas­ter Elec­tri­cians Ex­cel­lence Awards.

In ad­di­tion to claim­ing the over­all Mas­ter Elec­tri­cians Ex­cel­lence Award, EIS also took home the Skills In­dus­trial Au­to­ma­tion Award for its work on the new, state- of-the- art waste wa­ter treat­ment plant in Queen­stown after gain­ing fi­nal­ist spots in three cat­e­gories of the Awards.

EIS CEO, Dean Ad­die, said he and the staff at EIS were elated with the win. “It’s an honour to re­ceive such high recog­ni­tion at a na­tional level,” he said.

Ad­die said the treat­ment plant utilised unique elec­tri­cal and au­to­ma­tion sys­tems and ef­fi­ciency man­age­ment, with their team work­ing hard to pro­vide ef­fec­tive, in­no­va­tive so­lu­tions.

Feed­back from the judges on EIS’ en­try high­lighted ex­cep­tional plan­ning, work­man­ship, in­no­va­tion, and ini­tia­tive in ev­ery area of the project – all at­tributes dis­play­ing and ex­em­pli­fy­ing ex­cel­lence. EIS has of­fices in In­ver­cargill, Christchurch and Ti­maru, and works on in­dus­trial elec­tri­cal and au­to­ma­tion en­gi­neer­ing projects through­out New Zealand.

The bi­en­nial Awards cel­e­brate ex­cel­lence in the elec­tri­cal in­dus­try and pro­vide recog­ni­tion for elec­tri­cal and au­to­ma­tion con­trac­tors who pro­duce in­no­va­tive so­lu­tions and qual­ity work­man­ship in chal­leng­ing elec­tri­cal projects.

There had been a record num­ber of en­tries in the Awards this year and Mas­ter Elec­tri­cians’ Chief Ex­ec­u­tive, Neville Simp­son, said judges vis­ited a wide va­ri­ety of projects be­fore nar­row­ing down the 18 fi­nal­ists across six cat­e­gories.

“The Awards are a great op­por­tu­nity for busi­nesses to show­case their work­man­ship and in­no­va­tion, and be given the chance to com­pete with in­dus­try peers,” Simp­son said.

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