A new industry-wide initiative, Power Players which will recognise some of the most talented individuals within building services engineering, has been announced by the Electrical Contractors’ Association (ECA).
The initiative is aimed at those up to 39 years of age, who have already made a positive impact in their respective organisations. To enter the initiative, individuals will simply need to send in a short video highlighting innovative or impactful contributions to date. Significantly, the entire initiative will be digital, with no need to complete lengthy forms or attend interviews in person.
In addition to recognition and publicity, there will be an array of prizes and opportunities on offer to the top entries, worth thousands of pounds. The initiative will be run alongside key industry partners, to be announced in due course.
ECA CEO Steve Bratt comments: “I am delighted to announce the arrival of Power Players 2017, which aims to showcase some of the most talented individuals from across building engineering services.
“With recognition and some great prizes on offer, we look forward to seeing already successful younger individuals participating in the initiative next year.”
Power Players will be open to entrants across the country, who are aged 39 or below and work for any of the following types of organisation:
- Installers and contractors
- Clients and specifiers (eg facilities managers, local authorities, housing associations, property developers etc)
- Consultants and designers
- Engineering firms (eg maintenance firms)
- Manufacturers and distributors
- Training providers, colleges and universities
Power Players will open to entries in spring 2017, and in the meantime anyone interested in the initiative can simply click here and provide their email address to sign up to updates.