ARBS 2024 Awards

ARBS 2024 Awards

Nominations are now open for the ARBS 2024 Industry Awards, a celebration of distinguished contributions in Australia’s HVAC&R and building services sector. The awards are an integral component of ARBS 2024, Australia’s largest exhibition for air conditioning, refrigeration, and building services, and span a variety of categories, including ARBS Young Achiever; ARBS Product Excellence; ARBS Software/Digital Excellence; ARBS Project Excellence; ARBS Outstanding Industry Education/Training; and the ARBS Industry Hall of Fame.

“The ARBS Industry Awards bestow one of our sector’s highest honours on both individuals and organisations, established leaders and emerging talents, who exemplify excellence within our industry,” says ARBS events organiser Sue Falcke.

The coveted ARBS Hall of Fame category will once again accept nominations exclusively from ARBS member associations.

Winners will be revealed at a gala dinner to be held during the ARBS 2024 exhibition, taking place from May 28–30, 2024, at the International Convention Centre in Sydney.

Go to www.arbs.com.au

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This article appears in ecolibrium’s AUGUST-SEPTEMBER 2023 issue

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