Airmaster NSW State Manager, Jason Harrison was last night named Young Achiever at the 2018 ARBS Industry Awards, one of the HVAC&R industry’s most prestigious honours.
As part of the 2018 ARBS Exhibition being held in Sydney, the ARBS Industry Awards recognise excellence for personal achievement, outstanding products, projects, service and education in the Australian HVAC&R and building services industry.
Jason Harrison’s commitment and drive has seen him complete his studies whilst at the same time growing and progressing his career at a rapid pace.
In just over 10 years, Jason has completed his apprenticeship and a Bachelor of Engineering whilst concurrently managing multimillion dollar projects and overseeing the entire state operations after being promoted to NSW State Manager for Airmaster.
Accepting the award on the night, Jason was honoured to have been named Young Achiever, “I’m really honoured to be recognised with this award, and would like to thank the ARBS organisation for this opportunity.”
“I would also like to thank the team at Airmaster, and in particular my team in NSW, who without their hard work, support and commitment, this award would not be possible. What we have achieved has really helped to further grow and cement our position as a leader in the HVAC&R industry.”
Airmaster CEO, Noel Courtney was also excited by Jason’s recognition, “Jason’s recognition as Young Achiever is well-deserved. It demonstrates how hard Jason has worked in creating an innovative vision for the HVAC industry.”
Jason was also recently awarded ‘Young Energy Efficiency Professional of the Year’ by the Energy Efficiency Council in 2017, and was a finalist for the Climate Control News Rising Star Award in 2017.