The #IamCIBSE campaign, launched last month, is fast gathering pace. Already there are 400 likes on #IamCIBSE posts across CIBSE’s social media platforms, and more than 700 views on the #IamCIBSE blog posts.
The campaign aims to raise the profile of individuals working in the global building services industry and celebrate their achievements, while highlighting the wide range of areas that CIBSE covers.
We have five blogs from members published so far, including from Peter Noel (pictured), electrical engineer at the National Portrait Gallery, whose role enhances visitor enjoyment. He says: ‘Every single portrait has to be lit in a certain way to enhance the visitor’s experience and has to be at a certain level to allow for conservation requirements.’
Another blog, from Andrew Griffiths, a graduate mechanical building services engineer at Arup and a member of YEN, highlights the part he plays in creating more sustainable building services.
It’s an incredibly positive and engaging way for our member community to shout about their achievements and show the difference our industry makes.
Get on board: visit www.cibse.org/IamCIBSE to explore the campaign and get involved.