EnerMech EPS is delighted to have been announced a Winner at the Financial Review and PwC's Private Clients' Aspire Awards 2016, in the category of Private Business Growth and Transformation $50M to $100M. This prestigious award is a meaningful validation of our strategic commitment to transformation and excellence as a leading provider of multi-disciplined verification, testing, commissioning and completions services. We are elated to see our efforts amount to success and would like to dedicate this honour the hardworking EnerMech EPS family.
Over 150 entries were received and considered across eight categories for the Aspire Awards, including Private Business Growth and Transformation $50M to $100M for which EnerMech EPS was nominated. Being judged as a finalist and going on to win such an award presented by esteemed organisations like the Australian Financial Review and PwC, is a milestone achievement for EnerMech EPS. Recognition by industry and peers at this level is an extraordinary accomplishment and a testament to our evolution and fortitude as a business.
EnerMech EPS Founding Director John Cox delivered a well-received acceptance speech that acknowledged the team effort behind the success. “Firstly, I’d like to thank our employees… we understood the market, we understood where the gaps were, we understood our clients and we understood the value of our people. We took that and we made EnerMech EPS into the business it is today,” expressed John, “It wouldn’t be without our people that we’d be here.” Co-Founders, Paul Buckley and Michael Gaule, as well as Mechanical Director Brett McGrane, were all unable to mark the event in Sydney due to client commitments on remote sites but were all delighted with the news.
EPSA Co-Founder and Managing Director Paul Buckley also acknowledged the value of teamwork and dedication in the company’s success. “EnerMech EPS is only as good as the people we surround ourselves with and we have surrounded ourselves with the best in the industry. Our employees have worked to build the company into the powerhouse it is today,” says Paul. “This award is recognition of this hard work and is a great accolade just as we’re building our presence in the American market. We hope to be winning such a prestigious award in America in the near future. This is only the beginning of the EnerMech EPS journey.”
In celebrating this achievement, EnerMech EPSA recognises the excellence in all fellow Aspire Award finalists. We extend wholehearted congratulations to all the remarkable Australian private and family businesses that were nominated for their success in this year’s program. To read more about the 2016 Aspire Awards ceremony, finalists and winners, visit http://www.afr.com/news/special-reports/business-family-and-you/aspire-awards-2016-winners-announced-20161110-gsm7iu.