26 May 2022
Hilton Hotel Glasgow, 1 William St, Glasgow, G3 8HT
With only one day to go until our 2022 Awards Dinner, we are thrilled to announce this year’s award nominees in our attached booklet.
Our annual awards aim to recognise both inspiring individuals and exceptional organisations, who are the epitome of Scottish excellence. Contained within this booklet are the organisations and young engineers who truly demonstrate excellence within our industry.
Cost: £125 (incl. VAT) per person
(Includes pre-dinner drinks, a 3-course meal, table wine)
Dress Code: Occasion Wear
Time: 18:30 for 19:15 (until 23:00)
Seating: Tables of 10/12 can be reserved
Smaller numbers are also welcome
Dr. Ollie Folayan is visiting professor to the School of Science and Engineering at the University of Dundee, and Head of Process at Engineering consultancy, Optimus Plus in Aberdeen. He is the chair of the award-winning AFBE-UK Scotland and co-founder of AFBE-UK. Ollie has chaired a number of AFBE -UK annual seminars featuring key industry leaders and politicians and is a regular speaker at events on varied engineering topics. Ollie has participated in All-party parliamentary group roundtables on STEM education and is a member of the Royal Academy of Engineering’s diversity and inclusion steering committee and was recently awarded the Diversity and Inclusion Award by the Institution of Chemical Engineering (IChemE) in 2021.
Alana Harrison. As Principal Mechanical Engineer, Alana works within the Power and Propulsion team for the T26 Global Combat Ship Programme at BAE Systems Naval Ships and is system owner of the Shaft Line contract, one of the largest equipment packages on the programme. Alana has been responsible for delivering the first BAE Systems-owned, classification body-approved powertrain alignment model, and her work creating an in-house alignment model to reduce business risk and cost, and support development of a critical engineering capability within Naval Ships led her to win our Young Engineer of the Year Award in 2021.
Des Clarke is one of the UK’s most exciting talents. Des has made a name for himself as both a highly successful comedian and one of television and radio’s most respected presenters. His impressive range of TV presenting credits include The Commonwealth Games Closing Ceremony, SM: TV Live, Sportsround, Hogmanay Live, and Children In Need. Des is a much-loved voice on the airwaves and spent 10 years waking up Central Scotland as host of the award-winning Capital Breakfast Show. He now gets Scotland home every day on Heart’s Drivetime Show.