The Fourth Edition of the Engineering Excellence Awards (EEA) Ghana is slated for Thursday, November 24, 2022 at the Engineering Centre, Roman Ridge, Accra.
The prestigious annual award ceremony is organised by the Ghana Institution of Engineering (GhIE) to honour outstanding contributions of individuals, organisations, and including engineering students who have demonstrated great potential for research in engineering to promoting engineering excellence and innovations.
The EEA was first launched in 2014 and has since held three Award Nights in Accra and has expanded the scope of the award by seeking to encourage engineering research, engineering evangelism and the study of engineering subjects by young people.
This initiative is brought to life by the introduction of new categories as well as the expansion of existing ones.
The event also highlights the key role that engineering plays in the development of Ghana. The EEA is the only platform that honours stakeholders in the engineering industry.
The ceremony is expected to attract seasoned Engineers, Council members, Past Presidents of the Institution, Built Environment professionals, government officials, stakeholders, student members and the general public.
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