Recipients of Beijer Alma’s Anders Wall scholarship 2020
The Beijer Alma’s Anders Wall scholarships are awarded to committed employees who have contributed to improvements within the Group. This year’s scholarship recipients are Dag Borgesen, Project Manager at Norspray A/S, and Liam Tilby, Mechanical and Prototype Engineer at European Springs & Ltd.
This is the fifth time that Beijer Alma’s Anders Wall scholarships have been awarded. The scholarships are awarded to one or more employees who have shown initiative and commitment and who have contributed to improvements and possibilities for the Beijer Alma Group. The scholarship is worth SEK 50,000, a sum that is to be used for continued skills development. This year, two individuals with great potential for continued development in the Group were awarded scholarships. They received SEK 25,000 each.
Esteemed, knowledgeable and quick-thinking team player
Dag Borgesen is employed as a Project Manager at Norspray A/S. The jury’s citation:
“Dag Borgesen is a highly esteemed team player who, thanks to his knowledge, speed and smartness, helps to win project procurements that create high profitability for Beijer Tech’s Norwegian company Norspray AS. Dag contributes to our success time and time again by familiarizing himself with all the details of the regulations pertaining to a specific tender. One example of this is the recently signed agreement with Bane Nor for the construction of Norway’s largest train painting facility. The building will be 113 meters long, allowing trains to be serviced/painted without being disconnected. Norspray AS’s contribution to this project is valued at MNOK 30.”
Finding new solutions
Liam Tilby is employed as a Mechanical and Prototype Engineer at European Springs & Ltd. The jury’s citation:
“Liam Tilby works closely on new projects directly with the customer as technical support and development, playing an instrumental role in our business in finding solutions to our customers’ challenges. For example, a big new customer came to us for support, after having failed with an external design house. Liam designed and developed many new items for this customer taking a verbal brief and a few hand sketches turning them in to commercial reality. On many occasions Liam comes in to work in the morning with a new idea or thought
to a solution to the challenges he is facing on the current projects. Liam’s role is still developing in the company and we foresee him becoming key asset to the business for the future.”
Scholarship recipient Dag Borgesen.
Scholarship recipient Liam Tilby.