Award winning Axiom win the hearts of a local school with a surprise donation

Axiom Engineering Associates were delighted to make a surprise visit to a local school this week to make an donation, following their outstanding success at a recent business awards ceremony.

As winners of the North East Process Industry’s “Engineering Firm of the Year”, Axiom received a cheque for £2000 donated by the TTE Training Group, in order to fund a science-related project at a local school. Axiom chose Ian Ramsey CE Academy in Stockton as the recipient of this cheque.

The donation was made at a presentation by Steve Grant of TTE to Ian Ramsey Academy in the presence of Axiom’s Nicola Humble and Felix O’Hare from NEPIC.

Rob Johnson, Axiom director said, “We are proud to nominate Ian Ramsey Academy. This award will help attract young people to the Science and Engineering fields. These fields are vital to the UK economy and we need to inspire the next generation to choose science and engineering as a career. We hope that this initiative supports the school with their chosen science project to capture the interest and enthusiasm of our future, local talent.”

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The launch of the new Axiom website

Axiom Engineering Associates, one of the UK’s leading asset management providers have launched their new website in preparation for another big year for the expanding North East based company.

Founded in 2003, Axiom has already made a significant impact in the asset integrity market demonstrating strong capabilities in Materials and Mechanical engineering along with UKAS accredited Inspection and NDT services. This move to create a new website will allow Axiom to provide their prospective and existing clients with a clearer insight into their offerings.

“Our new website has allowed us to demonstrate exactly who Axiom are, along with showcasing our unique combination of services in a clear, concise manner. At Axiom, we are firm believers in maintaining a competitive edge so we believe that this new website will provide this fresh impetus into 2019,” said Adam Potter, Axiom director.

EEMUA Conference 6-7th March 2019: Come and talk to us!

Axiom Engineering Associates will be showcasing and sharing their expertise as sponsors at a leading industrial asset management event.

The Engineering Equipment Materials Users Association (EEMUA) will be holding their biennial flagship event on 6-7th March in North West England with the overarching theme focused on “Leadership, Asset Integrity and Engagement”. Sessions will include industry-led content which will discuss how operators and owners of process plant equipment can operate efficiently without compromising these critical areas.

Axiom Director, Adam Potter will be amongst a number of high-profile speakers who will be sharing their expertise and knowledge in the asset integrity field. Adam will be speaking on Day 1 of the event in a session called “Mining the Inspection Database”. In his presentation, Adam will demonstrate how applying data analytics to 14 years’ of inspection data can deliver interesting results.

Activities will also include a series of breakout sessions which will provide delegates with opportunities to network and share best practice with industry peers from a range of disciplines across various different sectors. Through panel discussions and workshops, delegates will be encouraged to share their experiences to inform, collaborate and promote meaningful discussion.

As sponsors of this key event, Axiom will also be exhibiting and available throughout the two-day session to discuss issues faced by plant operators and how they can support businesses going forward.

Axiom Director, Adam Potter said, “We are proud to sponsor this EEMUA event to bring together a wealth of knowledge and expertise in one place. This will provide a great opportunity for all attendees to discuss the issues faced by industry. We are looking forward to meeting and discussing topics with delegates throughout the event.”

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