Commissioning Specialists’ Association Awards 2017

Published:  05 July, 2017

CSA, Commissioning Specialists' Association

Opening this year’s awards of the Commissioning Specialists’ Association, its chairman Andrew Watkin said, ‘A very warm welcome to this, our third annual awards dinner. The awards programme was launched to recognise and reward the excellent work carried out by those operating within the commissioning sector of the construction world.

‘As members of the CSA, we all strive to deliver our works to the best of our abilities and to provide engineering excellence within budget and on time. So it is fitting that this awards programme provides the opportunity to acknowledge and promote our area of expertise.’

The event also raised £1700 for the charity CRY, Cardiac Risk in the Young, with a ‘heads and tails’ game.



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