We are proud to announce that we have been nominated for three prestigious awards, both locally and nationally.
We have not only been recognised by the highly respected British Engineering Excellence Awards (BEEAs) – as finalists in the Best Small Company category – but also shortlisted as Company Of The Year and the Manufacturing and Innovation award in the Dorset Business Awards.
The news comes after an already successful year, which has included a move into newly extended premises at our factory and laboratory in Higher Bockhampton, to house our growing team, which has grown doubled in size over the past four years.
Precision Acoustics MD, Gary Livingstone, said:
“I’m exceptionally proud that Precision Acoustics has been recognised by being up for these three very prestigious awards.
“To be nominated in the British Engineering Excellence Awards is a recognition that our employees are amongst the best, and that niche business areas of science can be successfully developed within the UK.
“It is also the first time we have entered the Dorset Business Awards and again that’s not only a testament to our highly skilled and hard-working team but proof that rural locations are being recognised as very capable of developing an excellent business.”
The winners of the Dorset Business Awards will be announced on November 28th at the Bournemouth International Centre.
Stuart Dixon, head of marketing communications at Dorset Chamber who is hosting the awards, said:
“These awards represent Dorset businesses on a national stage and ensure our county is highlighted as a great place to live and to work. It showcases our innovation, leadership and togetherness while inspiring and honouring the people at the heart of our business community.”
Meanwhile, the winners of the British Engineering Excellence Awards (BEEAs) will be announced at a gala lunch at The Landmark London on Friday 11th October.
Luke Webster, publishing director of MA Business, said:
“This is the 10th Anniversary of the British Engineering Excellence Awards and as long as they have been in existence, they have been the benchmark for great British engineering design. I’m delighted to say that this year is no exception, with an exceptionally diverse and fascinating set of entries.
“As befits such an important anniversary, this year we will not only be celebrating the present and future of British engineering but also honour the winners of the past with the ‘Design Engineer of the Decade’ category. In this way, we hope to celebrate everything that’s great in British engineering design.”