• 4 April 2017

Waterman’s Internal Magazine Shortlisted for CIPR Excellence Award

Waterman Group is delighted to announce that its internal publication, PIE, has been shortlisted for Best Internal Magazine within the CIPR Excellence Awards 2017.

The Awards, by the Chartered Institute of Public Relations, attracted more than 550 entries from agencies, in-house teams and individuals based across the UK. It is the longest-running and most-rigorously assessed awards in public relations.

The PIE Magazine is produced quarterly by 10 promising engineers, scientists and non-technical specialists from all of Waterman’s disciplines across the UK. An informal, fun and interesting publication which is open to all staff, offices and departments to contribute to, PIE symbolises Waterman’s three main sectors; Property, Infrastructure, Environment.

Susan Nilsson, Director of Group Communications, commented; “We are so proud to see PIE shortlisted for this prestigious award. The editors are extremely creative and have made more than just a magazine but also a feeling of engagement, appreciation and connectivity throughout the business. This achievement is a testament to the editorial team’s hard work, and our staff’s support and contributions towards the magazine, without which none of this would have been possible.”

Waterman’s PIE editors are up against Beetroot and RBS, British Steel, MyCSP and The British Airline Pilot’ Association (BALPA) for Best Internal Publication and will attend a panel interview later in the month.

The winners will be announced at the CIPR Excellence Awards dinner at the Artillery Garden in London on Tuesday 6 June 2017.

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For media enquires please contact:
Susan Nilsson, Director of Communications, Waterman Group, susan.nilsson@watermangroup.com, Tel: +44 746 7955 513

About Waterman Group

Waterman Group is a multidisciplinary consultancy providing sustainable solutions to meet the planning, engineering design and project delivery needs of the property, infrastructure, environment and energy markets. Founded in 1952 and listed on the London Stock Exchange since 1988, Waterman has grown into a leading engineering and environmental consultancy with offices throughout the UK, Australia and Europe. Waterman works with government agencies, local authorities, government-regulated industries and private sector clients to provide innovative, sustainable and economic solutions across a wide spectrum of business activities. The firm has extensive experience in property and buildings, environmental consultancy, power and energy, roads, highways and rail infrastructure, urban and regional planning. Award winning teams provide professional consultancy services throughout the complete life cycle of the asset starting from initial surveys and concept planning, through to design, delivery, project management, supervision and on-going maintenance. See more information on www.watermangroup.com

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