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Project of the Year

Awarded for the most innovative pump project, installation or service introduced onto the market within the last 24 months.



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World Pumps is delighted to sponsor the 'Project of the Year' category at this year's Pump Industry Awards, as it recognises the essential and often complex activity of project management and its role in ensuring the delivery of energy efficient and technically sound engineered solutions to all manner of pumps and systems installations, within every conceivable industry sector. Reflecting its own editorial commitment to highlighting sustainable and technology driven operations that improve reliability and help reduce energy consumption, the team at World Pumps looks forward to celebrating and rewarding project engineering success at the gala awards ceremony.

entry criteria



To enter this award the innovative project you are putting forward must have been undertaken within the last two years. You can nominate your company or another that you know or work with.


All entries must be submitted online. There is an option to save your entry and complete it at a later date, but please ensure your whole entry is submitted by the deadline date below.



Additional supporting evidence can be attached to the online entry form or emailed to . Images must be hi-res but must not exceed 10MB. Testimonials should preferably be on letter-headed paper or a time/date-stamped email with company signature, with a 250 maximum word count per testimonial. Datasheets, brochures or catalogues WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED so please refrain from sending these. Video links or links to external websites will also NOT be accepted.



All information will be treated confidentially & will only be circulated amongst the judges. Entries are judged on merit only, with no reference to external considerations.

closing date
The closing date for entry is
29th November 2024. Please note this date is final and will not be extended.


All entrants will be informed by email as to whether, or not, they have got through to the final stage of the process after the Judging session, in January.





  • Wayne Rose, BPMA

  • Gary Wilde, BPMA

  • Luke Farmer, AESSEAL

  • Richard McLachlan. CAPRARI & CALPEDA PUMPS

  • Tony Dashwood, CREST PUMPS

  • Chris Callander, FLOW MAG

  • Aaron Blutstein, PLANT & WORKS ENGINEERING

  • John Hollins, SPP PUMPS

  • Andrew Glover, WEG UK

  • Matthew Harris, WILO UK

  • Roisin Reidy, WORLD PUMPS

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