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BAXI MD joins CIBSE board

Paul Hardy, the managing director of Baxi Commercial division, has been elected to the board of CIBSE.
BAXI MD joins CIBSE board
The board is the governing body of the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers and is made up of seven officers (president, president-elect, three vice presidents, immediate past president, honorary treasurer) and five elected members.

Paul Hardy has been elected to fill one of these five vacancies that arose at the CIBSE AGM in May 2010.

'I am extremely honoured to be nominated for this position,' said Paul. 'We at Baxi Commercial division have always fully supported CIBSE's activities, as we share their belief that the future of the industry lies in encouraging more talented young people to seek a profession in the engineering and building construction sectors. We also believe that those already in the industry have the responsibility of setting a standard in the development of low carbon solutions'.

He added: 'As a member of the CIBSE Board, I will work alongside all members of the Institution to promote innovative design of building services equipment and systems, which will be essential in reaching UK carbon emission reduction targets.'

Paul Hardy has been with Baxi Commercial division for 15 years and has more than 30 years experience in the industry. An apprentice trained H&V Engineer, Paul has worked for 10 years as an installer, four years as a design engineer and the last 17 years in manufacturing/sales of HVCA products.
16 June 2010


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