RSK group company Binnies has won three awards at two recent industry events for its work in asset management and civil engineering. Binnies UK has been presented with two Institute of Asset Management (IAM) Excellence Awards and Binnies Hong Kong has been presented with an Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) Award.
The asset management team at Binnies UK has won the Corporate Transformation Award and was joint winner of the Digital Innovator Award at the IAM Excellence Awards 2021. The IAM awards aim to “celebrate the outstanding work done by asset management professionals, organisations and teams across the world” and recognise “innovation, adaptation and social awareness”. The Binnies team attended the annual IAM UK Chapter Conference in London on 9 November where it was recognised for its achievements.
Binnies received the Corporate Transformation Award for its Aarhus Vand Asset Management Systems project. The award recognises the “progression of an organisation in achieving asset management maturity, and the excellence displayed” in its work. Additionally, Binnies came away as joint winner of the Digital Innovator Award for the Intelligent Dam Monitoring System (iDMA) project. This award aims to celebrate “innovative advancement enabled through the application of new digital technologies.”
To add to the business’s success, at the end of October, Binnies Hong Kong was presented with the Chris Binnie Award for Sustainable Water Management at the ICE Awards 2021. The ICE Awards aim to recognise engineers and civil engineering projects that are “helping to combat climate change and improve the industry”. The civil engineering team was recognised for its work on the Anderson Road Grey Water Treatment Plant for the project’s value and benefits to the community and the sustainable solutions it utilised.
“We are glad to be playing an active role in this significant project and contributing to the sustainability of Hong Kong’s water supply. Binnies has extensive experience in providing efficient and sustainable solutions to solve the city’s water resource management challenges,” said Andy Kwok, Managing Director at Binnies Hong Kong.
Congratulations to both teams on their success.