CIBSE announces graduate of the year

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Angela Malynn of Arup has been chosen as CIBSE/ASHRAE graduate of the year, sponsored by Baxi Commercial Division. She has won a trip to Chicago, where she will take part in ASHRAE’s winter meeting and is pictured here with CIBSE president Andy Ford (left) and ASHRAE president Ron Jarnagin.

Angela was selected from a shortlist of eight leading young building-services engineers following an evening of presentations at the Institution of Mechanical Engineers addressing the question, ‘How can young engineers lead the profession to ensure we deliver a sustainable future?’

The is the 16th year the award has been presented. It is designed to champion the achievement and potential of young building-services engineers.

Andy Ford, who was one of the judges, comments, ‘The standard of the entrants was very high this year, leading to the longest shortlist for over a decade. This should give us all great optimism for the future and confidence in our ability to keep producing exciting, young engineering talent.’

She achieved a distinction in her MSc in building-services engineering at London South Bank University earlier this year and worked as a member of Arup’s team on the King’s Cross Redevelopment programme. She also helps to promote engineering to young people as a STEMNET (Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics Network) and IMechE ambassador.

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