BSRIA council member, Ant Wilson, awarded MBE
Posted: 6th January 2017
CIC warmly congratulates Ant Wilson, Director – Sustainability & Advanced Design – Building Engineering at AECOM, and long-standing BSRIA council member, who has been awarded an MBE in the New Year’s Honours’ List for services to building and engineering.
Julia Evans, Chief Executive, BSRIA, said: “BSRIA is delighted with the news and would like to offer its congratulations to Ant Wilson.
Ant Wilson is recognised as one of the UK’s most influential building service engineers and works tirelessly in the promotion and advancement of Engineering and Sustainability. This includes becoming a STEMNET Ambassador (2002 – present) which sees him undertaking regular presentations in schools to promote STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) subjects and in particular engineering as a viable long term career option. This includes: changing the perception of the built environment engineering from the traditional construction industry and aligning it to the reduction of both energy consumption and carbon usage.
In addition, Ant has been a member of the Building Services Research and Information (BSRIA) governance council since 2001, providing industry insight that allows BSRIA to take a leading position in the development and implementation of best practise for the industry, with a focus on skill development, conservation of fuel and power in buildings, low carbon/energy design, sustainable buildings and developments, renewable energy systems and façade engineering. He is the chairman of the BSRIA Energy & Sustainability Network.
In essence, this is wonderful news for Ant, for the wider engineering and construction industry and an exciting way to start 2017. Ant has been a delightful contributor and loyal servant to industry over the years. And, indeed, he is a shining example for young engineers embarking on their career and life journeys.
On behalf of BSRIA, I would like to warmly congratulate Ant for his many and varied contributions to the industry.”
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