Nominations open for ARBS 2022 Industry Awards

ARBS Exhibitions Pty Ltd

Wednesday, 04 August, 2021

Nominations open for ARBS 2022 Industry Awards

Nominations have opened for the ARBS 2022 Industry Awards — an event that recognises excellence and outstanding contributions within Australia’s HVAC, refrigeration and building services industry.

The awards form part of the ARBS 2022 trade exhibition and encompass a range of categories, including:

  • ARBS Young Achiever Award 2022
  • ARBS Product Excellence (HVAC) Award 2022
  • ARBS Product Excellence (Refrigeration) Award 2022
  • ARBS Software/Digital Excellence Award 2022
  • ARBS Project Excellence Award 2022
  • ARBS Outstanding Industry Education/Training Award 2022
  • ARBS Industry Hall of Fame

For over a decade, the ARBS Industry Awards have attracted nominees from across the industry and are endorsed and supported by the major industry associations.

“The ARBS Industry Awards confer one of the industry’s most prestigious accolades to individuals and organisations, leaders and rising stars alike that are striving for excellence within our industry,” said Sue Falcke, ARBS Events Organiser.

The ARBS Hall of Fame, a popular category celebrating industry leaders by recognising long-standing service, will once again be accepting nominations from ARBS member associations only. It will continue the tradition of awarding an individual’s contribution and commitment to furthering their association activities and overall industry accomplishments.

A panel of industry experts with extensive knowledge in the ARBS sector will evaluate nominations based on various criteria such as leadership, sustainability, performance and innovation. Award winners will be announced and honoured at a gala dinner held during the ARBS 2022 exhibition from 27–29 April 2022 at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.

Further details and full category and criteria requirements for entry are available here.

Image credit: © F. Young

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