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Elicia Bones

Elicia Bones Wins Young Chemical Engineer Award

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We are extremely pleased to announce that Elicia Bones won this year’s IChemE Hull and Humber Young Engineer of the Year Award 2019.  The prevalent leading event was held last week at the DoubleTree by Hilton, Hull where businesses from numerous industries gathered to celebrate accomplishments achieved throughout the year.

The Young Chemical Engineer of the year award recognises the exceptional achievements of any chemical or process engineer under the age of thirty-five living or working in the Hull and Humber region.

Elicia was nominated by Simon Lewis, our Consultancy Manager and Muhammad Musa, Senior Process Engineer at ENGIE Fabricom for her outstanding delivery and service to clients.

Since joining ENGIE Fabricom’s graduate programme in 2017 from Sheffield University, Elicia quickly showed a great technical aptitude combined with the interpersonal skills necessary to be successful within the business environment.  Elicia works directly with our clients to develop and agree scopes of work, right through to the delivery of projects to cost, quality and schedule requirements, and most importantly meeting the needs of the customer.

Paul Carvill, COO of ENGIE Fabricom – who also heads process safety and engineering and design – said: “Elicia is an incredible engineer and a valued member of the team.  Winning the Young Chemical Engineer of the year award honours all Elicia’s hard work and accomplishments and we’re extremely proud of her.”

The award follows ENGIE Fabricom’s win of the Team Award at the same event.  The team was rewarded after successfully completing a project on behalf of NIPPON GOHSEI (NGUK) at its EVOH plant based in Hull.  Read about it here.

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Team Award presented to ENGIE Fabricom at the IChemE’s Global Awards Evening

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Winner – Team Award – IChemE’s Global Award Evening

 

We are thrilled to announce that ENGIE Fabricom was crowned with the highly acclaimed Team Award at last weeks’ prestigious IChemE Global Awards.

This award identifies the best team responsible for implementing and / or developing initiatives, products, projects, processes or services.

To have been recognised and awarded for our efforts in a project that we have successfully completed on behalf of Nippon Gohsei (NGUK) at its EVOH Plant base in Hull is a true testament to the team’s complete commitment and dedication to continuous improvement, placing the success of the project above any individual organisational interest.

This project was a collaboration between Nippon Gohsei, INEOS, ENGIE Fabricom, and Zeeco to design and install a temporary flaring solution enabling Nippon Gohsei’s EVOH Plant to continue manufacturing whilst its permanent flaring facility was non-operational due to turnaround activities. The project was completed within 7 months from concept to commissioning, seemingly a ‘near-impossible’ task from the outset. As a result, over 2000 tonnes of product were manufactured which otherwise would have been lost.

A great evening was had by all and we would like to take this opportunity to congratulate the very deserving winners of the evening.

Well done to all involved.

 

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Elicia Bones Finalist at IChemE Hull and Humber Awards Dinner 2019

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We are extremely proud to announce that Elicia Bones has been successfully shortlisted for this year’s IChemE Hull and Humber Young Engineer of the Year Award 2019.  The popular flagship event takes place on the 21st November at DoubleTree by Hilton, Hull where the winners will be announced.

 

The Young Chemical Engineer of the year award recognises the outstanding achievements of any chemical or process engineer under the age of 35 and who lives or works in the Hull and Humber region.

 

Elicia was nominated by Simon Lewis, Consultancy Manager and Muhammad Musa, Senior Process Engineer.

 

Simon Lewis said “Elicia joined ENGIE Fabricom’s graduate programme in 2017 on graduation from Sheffield University.  Very quickly she established herself not just as someone with a great technical aptitude, but with the interpersonal skills necessary to be successful in a business environment.

 

“Her initial assignments were based on acquiring experience in a number of process engineering technical areas against a defined skills matrix.

 

“In the subsequent 2 years, Elicia’s progress has been rapid; one of the standout elements being her real understanding of delivering engineering in a business environment.   She has been able to work directly with our clients to develop and agree scopes of work, turn these into formal proposals, understand contract and cost elements, and subsequently manage the delivery of projects to cost, quality and schedule requirements, and most importantly meeting the needs of the customer.

 

“I would like to wish Elicia good luck and congratulate her on all of her efforts and hard work.”

 

On behalf of ENGIE Fabricom we would like to also wish Elicia the very best of luck.

 

 

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IChemE Global Awards

ENGIE Fabricom UK Shortlisted in the Global IChemE Awards

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We are extremely proud to announce that we have been named as a finalist in the Team award at this year’s prestigious IChemE Global Awards.

 

This award identifies the best team responsible for implementing and/or developing initiatives, products, projects, processes or services.  To have been recognised for our efforts in a project that we successfully completed on behalf of NIPPON GOHSEI (NGUK) at its EVOH plant based in Hull is true testament to the team’s commitment to continuous improvement.

 

As part of an essential maintenance shutdown, our team worked alongside Nippon Gohsei (NGUK) to develop a conceptual design for a temporary flare system using technology provided by Zeeco, and with the operational support of INEOS, took this through detailed engineering, construction and commissioning. Together, we delivered an outcome which enabled the NGUK plant to continue business operations, whilst ensuring management of this temporary change was carried out with the highest level of plant integrity and process safety.

 

The winners of the global awards will be announced on 7th November 2019 at the Double Tree by Hilton, Hull.  The ceremony in Hull is just one of the several international events by IChemE to celebrate the achievements of the chemical engineering profession.

 

We are very much looking forward to raising a glass in celebration of the exceptional companies throughout the room.

 

 

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Our services span across a large variety of design, engineering, construction and management capacities which together posses an impressive track record in the delivery of an extensive portfolio.

Whether you need consultancy services, procurement and manufacturing or assistance in multiple areas, our proficient teams are here to offer their expertise.

RoSPA

ENGIE Fabricom UK handed RoSPA Patron’s (26 Consecutive Golds) Award for Health and Safety Practices

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ENGIE Fabricom, receives RoSPA Patron’s 26 Consecutive Golds awards in recognition of its practices and achievements in helping its staff / customers / clients / contractors get home safely at the end of the working day.

ENGIE Fabricom is one of only 12 companies to receive the top internationally-renowned RoSPA Health and Safety Awards this year, the longest-running industry awards scheme in the UK.

The 26 Consecutive Golds award was presented to the Company during a ceremony at the Hilton Birmingham Metropole hotel on Thursday, June 6, 2019.

The awards scheme, which receives entries from organisations around the world, recognises achievement in health and safety management systems, including practices such as leadership and workforce involvement.

ENGIE Fabricom receives Patron’s award

 

RoSPA wants to enable healthy, active lives through sharing skills and knowledge, while also seeking reasonable limits to potential harms that ensure lives can be lived unhindered and unburdened by fatal and life-changing accidents.  For 100 years,  they have been quietly working behind the scenes to change both legislation and attitudes surrounding accidents.  From the compulsory wearing of seatbelts and the campaign to stop drink driving, to the Cycling Proficiency Test and to the more recent ban on handheld mobile phones behind the wheel, they have been instrumental in shaping our society for the better, preventing millions of deaths and serious injuries along the way.

 

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Long service

Long Service Awards presented to Paul Irvine, Tony Feathersone, Danny Falconer and George Wright

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Congratulations to Paul Irvine, Plater, Tony Featherstone, Welder, Danny Falconer, Welder and George Wright, Plater who have been presented with long service awards for providing 15 years’ service to ENGIE Fabricom UK.

 

Mark Astwood, Manufacturing Facilities Manager at Immingham commented: “Paul Irvine has been an ambassador for his trade and ENGIE Fabricom, his work ethic both in safety and productivity as well as his skill level and the quality of work produced are of great value to the Company.

 

“Tony Featherstone is a very skilful welder amongst the most talented in the business. I would always have him on my team.

 

“Danny Falconer is an extremely talented tradesman , his commitment both to his proactive approach to safety and his work ethics, is greatly appreciated.  He is also very willing to pass on his tacit knowledge to assist the apprentice welders and pipefitters.”

 

Pictured below left to right:  Mark Astwood (pictured left in all photos) presenting to Paul Irvine, Tony Featherstone and Danny Falconer

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Paul Irvine

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tony Featherstone

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Danny Falconer

Andy Easton, Project Manager, commented: “All the team would like to thank George Wright for his long service with ENGIE Fabricom.  His workmanship, quality and attitude on the various projects he has been involved with is commendable.  We’d happily take him on any project with us, he’s a true asset to the Company”.  Pictured below Andy Easton (left) presenting George with his Long Service Award.

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George Wright

 

 

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Branden Duffield

Branden Duffield Named Best Practical Welder 2019

By | Apprenticeships, Awards

Branden Duffield nominated for an award:

 

On Friday 5th April 2019 Craig Welford, Managing Director, Andy Yuille, QA / QC Engineer, Lee Tyas, Construction Manager and Sam Dearing, Head of Human Resources from ENGIE Fabricom UK attended The Welding Institute (TWI) annual awards dinner at The Riverside Stadium in Middlesbrough, where our year one Welding Apprentice, Branden Duffield was nominated for an award.

ENGIE Fabricom is proud to say that Branden was named Best Practical Welder 2019, and is pictured above left receiving the award from Ian Hogarth, President of the Teesside branch of The Welding Institute.

ENGIE Fabricom was invited to the event by Northern Skills Group, in association with Middlesbrough College, and Branden is one of four apprentices who will leave Middlesbrough College’s STEM Centre this summer to start work in our Sotherby Road Facility, Middlesbrough.  It has also been confirmed that all four apprentices have successfully passed their final exams in the last week, and are now focusing on honing their practical skills before leaving college in June.

 

ENGIE Fabricom encourages apprentices to join our team, read more here

We are extremely proud of our successful Apprentice Technician Training Programme. We employ around 8 apprentices every year which we train and develop in partnership with the Engineering Construction Industry Training Board (ECITB).

We work in partnership with industry organisations to deliver our training; including Grimsby Institute of Further and Higher Education and Middlesbrough College.

Long service

Long Service Awards presented to Andy Davies and Terry Holmes from ENGIE Fabricom UK

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Congratulations to Andy Davies (pictured left below), NVQ L3 Rigger and HIAB Driver, who has been presented with a long service award for providing 25 years’ service to ENGIE Fabricom UK.

 Jeff Noble, Head of UK Operations (pictured right below) commented: “This award is testament to Andy’s hard work, commitment and loyalty to the business.  His roles and responsibilities include working to meet our customer demands and breakdowns, Andy’s dedication to meet our client requirements has been instrumental in helping to maintain strong and long-term relationships within the Teesside area.”

 

Congratulations also to Terry Holmes, Senior Project Engineer (pictured right below), who has been presented with a long service award for providing 40 years’ service to ENGIE Fabricom UK.

Terry joined the business in March 1979 as a Plater at our Manufacturing and Construction facility, Immingham, originally serving his time over at Lincoln with Ruston-Bucyrus who manufactured excavators and cranes.   Terry spent several years working on ConocoPhillips (P66) and had a stint up at St Fergus working for Shell.

Sean Soady, Estimating Manager, who was there when Terry started said: “Terry has always been very methodical and one of the good guys from the outset, he has a wealth of experience and knowledge that only 40 years in the job can provide.”

Craig Welford, Managing Director (pictured left below), presented Terry with his recognition and commented: “It is always a joy to work with Terry.  He always gives 100% and often provides fantastic ideas on how to complete a project in a better way.  He must have won ENGIE Fabricom thousands of jobs throughout his service.  I wish him well for his next 40 years with the Company.”

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Long service awards for two employees

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Last week ENGIE Fabricom presented two long service awards to the 2 employees listed below.  Both awards were presented by Craig Welford, ENGIE Fabricom’s Managing Director.

 

Ronnie Reason, Health and Safety Manager, Stokesley.  Ronnie has been with us for 15 years (pictured left)

Richard Allison, Commercial Assistant, Stokesley.  Richard has been with us for 20 years (pictured right)

CMI Awards

ENGIE Fabricom congratulates the achievements of four employees on their CMI awards

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ENGIE Fabricom would like to congratulate the following on successfully completing and receiving their CMI awards:

Pictured left to right:

Clive Rounce, Engineering Operations Manager
CMI Level 5 Extended Diploma in Management and Leadership

Daniel Smith, Senior Project Manager
CMI Level 5 Extended Diploma in Management and Leadership

Emily Saville-Woods, Projects Service Coordinator
CMI Level 3 Diploma in First Line Management

Helen Bright, Senior Project Administrator
CMI Level 3 Diploma in First Line Management

All awards were presented by Mark Wingate, EPC & EPCm Director who commented:  “It takes significant commitment both in time and effort to accomplish these prestigious awards.  It demonstrates their professionalism and commitment to improve both themselves and our business, well done to all”.

The Chartered Management programmes endorsed by the Chartered Management Institute (CMI) are Supervisory and Leadership and Management specific qualifications.  They are aimed at individuals at all levels and stages of their career that are seeking to develop in to Supervisory and Management roles.  The programmes are entirely flexible and are recognised as one of the top Management qualifications to hold in the UK.

 

ENGIE Fabricom recognises the importance of investing in our employees by providing them with the skills that we require for our business now and in the future.  Our training and development is continuous for all of our employees. A good example of this would be our health and safety training; employees are continually reminded of best health and safety practices through internal communications, workshops and training courses.

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