Axiom Engineering Associates were named, “The Engineering Firm of the Year 2019” at the North East of England Process Industry Cluster (NEPIC) Annual Industry Awards Dinner 2019 held on January 18th at Hardwick Hall, Sedgefield, County Durham.
NEPIC is a dynamic industry-led cluster organisation which proactively engages to grow the process industries, businesses and associated supply chains across the North East of England and drive the local economy. This key event in the NEPIC calendar aims to champion the best and brightest successes within the industry.
The award for “The Engineering Firm of the Year 2019″ was made to a NEPIC member company who was able to clearly demonstrate business excellence from across the consultancy and engineering sector. The judging panel were focused on identifying an organisation who could demonstrate innovative and timely solutions to engineering problems and ‘best-in-class’ project delivery performance.
As winners, Axiom also received a cheque for £2000.00 to donate to a school of their choice, to fund a science related project. Local school, Ian Ramsey CE Academy based in Stockton on Tees was chosen as the lucky recipient of this donation.
Director Rob Johnson who collected the trophy on behalf of Axiom at the awards ceremony said,”This prestigious award reflects the ongoing commitment and enthusiasm demonstrated by the Axiom team across the whole organisation. We strive for excellence and professionalism in everything we do and now to be formally recognised for our achievements by NEPIC means so much to us.
As a leading independent engineering consultancy specialising in Mechanical, Materials Engineering and Inspection & NDT, this award recognises that our capability in these areas are second to none along with our commitment to other key areas of our business including our people.
This award has given us an exceptional start to 2019 and we thank NEPIC for this opportunity to increase our visibility, maintain our momentum as we continue to grow whilst also supporting other NEPIC members in the supply chain to ensure the continued success of the regional economy.”