Harley Haddow at the fore in 2024 with ACE award win


MULTI-disciplinary engineering consultancy Harley Haddow scooped up the Best Sustainability Project award for their work on SWG3 at the Association for Consultancy and Engineering (ACE) awards, which took place last night (Thursday 18th of January).  

Held at the Leonardo Royal in London Tower Bridge, the event celebrated the outstanding achievements of those in the industry, with the awards aim being to champion the best people, projects and companies from the engineering realm.  

Praised by the judges for their creative flare, Harley Haddow were commended for their work on the iconic Glaswegian event space SWG3, as part of the BODYHEAT project. Harley Haddow’s work with SWG3 helped revolutionise the event space by turning event goers body heat into reusable energy. The consultancy held the ACE Net Zero Adviser status since 2021 and is continuing to wave the Net Zero flag within the sector. 

The consultancy was also recognised in the Emerging Professionals category, with Daniel Ross,Associate Director at Harley Haddow, being highly commended. 

Jim Kellachan, Director at Harley Haddow, said “Winning this highly sought-after award provides a great sense of recognition for our work at Harley Haddow. Over the course of last year, we have collaborated with clients on a range of exciting projects, such as SWG3, and the success reflects the commitment and expertise of our team, whose hard work has been key to turning this win into a reality. We are privileged to be awarded Best Sustainability Project and can’t wait to build on this further in 2024.” 

The consultancy continues to go from strength to strength as they welcomed Shweta Salvankar who will strengthen sustainability offering across the UK and will be based their northwest hub office in Manchester, with further recruitment underway to expand their team across the UK. 

If you would like to know more about opportunities within Harley Haddow please visit:https://www.harleyhaddow.com  

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