Lorien Honoured at Prestigious Industry Awards

October 2018

Lou charpentier-Dusoir

Lorien Engineering Solutions has been recognised among the top firms in the engineering construction industry at a prestigious awards ceremony.

The multi-disciplined engineering and project management business was shortlisted in two categories at the seventh annual Engineering Construction Industry Training and Development Awards.

Burton-on-Trent based Lorien was among the finalists for SME of the Year, while young engineer Lou Charpentier-Dusoir was shortlisted for Graduate Learner of the Year.

The awards ceremony was held on 11 October at The Bloomsbury Hotel in London.

David Mallinson, Director of Engineering at Lorien, said: “We’re proud to be recognised at these prestigious awards, which celebrate the achievements and success of individuals and companies across the engineering construction industry.

“With our long-standing commitment to nurturing new talent, we are delighted that Lou has been recognised for her excellent work since joining last year.”

Lou Charpentier-Dusoir is one of nine graduate engineers who joined Lorien across its UK and Poland offices in 2017. Lou hails from Orleans in France and joined Lorien’s Packaging department following her degree in Mechanical Engineering and Master of Science in the Design of Rotating Machines.

Lou said: “I was attracted to join Lorien by the diverse range of clients and projects, along with the opportunity to experience the full life cycle of projects. I’m learning so much from the expertise and experience in the team.”

Chris Claydon, ECITB chief executive said: “These awards are an opportunity to celebrate the people, employers and training providers who have really excelled this year and showcase the finest examples of training and development in the industry.”

Lorien, a division of GP Strategies Corporation, specialises in capital projects for food, brewing, drinks, life sciences, advanced manufacturing, logistics and safety compliance.

Lorien’s revenues in the UK and Poland increased by 11% during 2017, and with a best-ever sales performance, it was the most successful year in the firm’s 33-year history.

Lou Charpentier-Dusoir