Future Facilities’ Paul Harrison wins Young Mission Critical Engineer of the Year Award

8 December, 2016

Congratulations to Paul Harrison, who won the Young Mission Critical Engineer of the Year award at last night’s DCD EMEA Awards.

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The DCD Awards are part of a global series recognising excellence in the Data Centre Industry. The Young Mission Critical Engineer of the Year award is presented to ‘an individual that shows a track record of achievement in project leadership and delivery and a higher profile in our industry than their tender years would suggest’.

Paul Harrison is a senior engineer within our UK team. Since joining Future Facilities in 2011 he has become one of our leading technical consultants, possessing an unrivalled ability to unravel and explain complex data centre operations while he models their environments.

Find out more about the award and see the full list of winners at datacenterdynamics.com 

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