IESIS is grateful to Sponsors for financial support for specific events or initiatives. An appeal was launched for funding to coincide with the announcement of the inaugural inductees to the Scottish Engineering Hall of Fame at the 2011 James Watt Dinner. The following organisations stepped up and provided seed money towards the design and development of this website. The Scottish Engineering Hall of Fame is a non-profit enterprise. Any further contributions would be gratefully received and put towards improvements to the website and to promote efforts to establish a permanent display for a Scottish Engineering Hall of Fame. All sponsorship contributions will be acknowledged.
QE2 level of Sponsorship
Babcock is the UK's leading engineering support services organisation with revenue of circa £3bn in 2010 and an order book in excess of £12 billion. Defence, energy, telecommunications, transport and education are all sectors where Babcock can be found working diligently behind the scenes, delivering critical support. Our services are underpinned by three core capabilities: Managing Assets and Infrastructure, Delivering Projects and Programmes, Integrating Engineering Expertise.
Lloyds Register EMEA
The Lloyd's Register Group is one of the world leaders in assessing business processes and products to internationally recognized standards. The standards are either those of major independent bodies or ones that we have developed ourselves. From design and new build to in-service operations and decommissioning, we aim to deliver complete lifecycle and risk management solutions to help ensure the safety, integrity and operational performance of assets and systems.
You can berth your ships on top of our structures. But we also design projects for more conventional berthing, including Commercial Quays, Ferry Piers, Fishing Harbours, Slipways, and Pontoons.
Britannia level of Sponsorship
Yorkshire and Clydesdale Bank Foundation
The Yorkshire and Clydesdale Bank Foundation, established in 2008, aims to support a range of organisations in a number of sectors throughout England and Scotland. The Foundation supports charities that are engaged in work to support arts, education or communities in the areas in which the Bank operates, as well as a variety of youth projects.