connected – July 2022

Welcome to the July issue of ceda’s connected

As part of our look back over the last 50 years of ceda, we explore the 1990s and the key moments in the association’s history.

As part of ceda’s role to encourage members and partners to ensure that their engineers are knowledgeable and competent in all aspects of their jobs, we have worked with Water Regs UK to develop a new industry specific training course.

Continuing our spotlight on the women in our industry, this month we spoke to Olivia Brunskill, Junior Designer at CHR Foodservice Equipment Ltd about how she arrived in the sector and her experience so far.

Keeping up our commitment to shine a light on sustainability in our industry, we caught up with the panellists from the sustainability discussion at last year’s ceda Conference, to delve a little deeper into the area of sustainable kitchen design.

We’re delighted to announce the brand new award, The Operator’s Choice Award, exclusive to those shortlisted in the design projects categories of the ceda Grand Prix Awards 2022.

We hope you enjoy this issue of connected and we welcome your feedback and contributions for future editions.

Read connected July 2022