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Tuesday, 12 December 2017
Malta Engineering Excellence Awards and Best Final Year Engineering and ICT Students Projects 2015

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Shall be held under the Distinguished Patronage of

H.E. Marie-Louise Coleiro Preca, President of Malta

on

Tuesday 8th  December 2015

at 6:30pm at The Verdala Palace

This annual event will offer attendees the opportunity for networking in a pleasant atmosphere, and becoming more acquainted with the success of the engineering profession in society.

The programme may be found here.

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Extraordinary General Meeting 2015

During the Annual General Meeting (AGM) of Friday 27th February 2015, it was decided that an Extraordinary General Meeting (EGM) should be held in order to address a couple of pertinent issues which could not be addressed during the meeting in February. The first issue relates to the decision taken by council regarding the introduction of the role of a permanent international secretary. According to the AGM minutes, this had to be discussed in detail at council level and reported during this EGM. The second issue was the introduction of a legal advisor in accordance to the latest revised statute. The council had to find a legal advisor which would then be approved by members during this EGM.

An EGM is therefore being called for 26th November 2015. The meeting shall be held at the Professional Centre, Gzira at 1800hrs. Please note that only paid up members are entitled to vote. Membership fees will be accepted before the meeting commences.

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Evaluation Process of the 2015 Malta Engineering Excellence Awards

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Chamber of Engineers will be holding a Seminar to evaluate the nominations for the Malta Engineering Excellence Awards, 2015.

Date: Friday 20th November 2015
Time: 18:00h
Venue: Professional Centre, Gzira

Presentations from the following leading companies in the local industry

Industrial Excellence Category

  • Broadcasting Authority
  • Enemalta
  • Sustainable Energy and Water Conservation Unit

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Malta Engineering Excellence Awards 2015

The Chamber of Engineers has opened the call for nominations in the following categories:

The Maurice Debono Lifetime Achievement Award
The Chamber of Engineers, in memory of one of its founders, Ing. Maurice Debono, offers, on an annual basis, the Maurice Debono Lifetime Achievement Award. This is awarded to individuals who have been committed throughout his/her career to the advancement of Engineering and the profession in Malta.

Industrial Excellence Award
This award is directed towards organizations or companies who have demonstrated excellence in their engineering work. This can be done through the accomplishment of challenging projects, introduction or use of recognized standards, research and development and engineering of new products.

Engineering Entrepreneur Award
This award is targeted towards engineering professionals who have who have taken up entrepreneurship in technical/scientific fields in the past 10 years. The reasons behind such an award are the following:

a. To promote start-up companies owned by engineers
b. To promote the idea of entrepreneurship amongst engineers

The awards ceremony will be held on Tuesday 8 December 2015 at 7pm at the Verdala Palace.  This event will be held under the distinguished patronage of H.E. Marie-Louise Coleiro Preca, President of Malta.

The nomination period is now closed. The process to evaluate nominations will commence on 20th November.

 
CoE encourages sustainable solutions in energy and transport at 23rd Annual Conference

The Chamber of Engineers recently held its 23rd Annual Engineering Conference – this year covering the topic of Energy and Transport: Challenges and Opportunities.

During his address, Chamber of Engineers President Ing. Norman Zammit first referred to transport, stating that through the Sustainable Development Policy, the Government and private sector should work together to provide Smart Travelling. This is reflected in the need to provide efficient, modern travel that is also socially and environmentally aware.

He explained that the strategy should seek to not only establish good highway engineering and access designs to the island but also to demonstrate state-of-the-art sustainable travel opportunities. This means effective management of access and mobility that provides road users with a choice of access modes, infrastructure that makes access hassle free and resulting environment that is pleasant to live and work in.

This also requires the commitment from Government to ensure that adequate public transport opportunities are available and that innovative technologies are exploited to maximize take-up.Ing. Zammit also recommended the introduction of a surface railway system that would cover the south/central areas of the island where the major industrial and commercial activity takes place. Such an investment would bring in the private sector.

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