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A Remarkable Night of Celebration

REPL Group has always been about open and honest feedback and rewarding those who shine. In 2017 for the very first time, REPL officially recognized individuals and teams for their exceptional work, in the form of the REPL Awards.

The Awards Evening took place as part of REPL’s annual Christmas party in the UK, with CEO Cerys Johnson, and Executive Chairman Mike Callender presenting the awards. Individuals were recognized for everything from “Contribution to Society” and “Innovation of the Year,” to the leaders who shined in their specific roles within the business. Likewise, REPL created the ultimate recognition, rewarding one individual the coveted “Remarkable Person of the Year” Award.

The Remarkable Person

This year’s remarkable person is an individual who not only has great expertise in their field, but has the capability to excel even when outside of their comfort zone. This is accomplished partly through their ability to simplify the complex, so any audience can understand and make educated decisions.

This trait alone has allowed this individual to excel, but add in their collaborative, no mess, no fuss mentality with their tenacity to tackle many roles at once, and a truly remarkable person emerges.

Accomplishing business goals and always striving to deliver the exceptional to their customers, made this individual instantly one of the 17 nominees, but their personality, willingness to help other teams, and never complaining along the way is what makes Jonathan Muir this year’s Remarkable Person of the Year!

 

Congratulations to Jonathan and the other award winners this year!

 

 

Full list of the night’s winners’

Outstanding Contribution to Society 2017 – Jonathan Humphrey

 

 

 

 

 

Outstanding Contribution to Central Team 2017 – Lorraine Nichols 

 

 

 

 

 

Outstanding Contribution in Digital 2017 – Al MacLeod

 

 

 

 

Consultant of the Year 2017 – Jack Everley

 

Senior Consultant of the Year 2017 – Mike Lomax

 

 

 

 

 

Principal of the Year 2017 – Andy Young

 

 

 

 

 

Senior Principal of the Year 2017 – Bal Lola

 

 

 

 

 

Project of the Year 2017 – Caledonia Project

 

 

 

 

 

Senior Lead of the Year 2017 – Neil McGregor

 

Innovation of the Year 2017 – RTA 500 Time Clocks

 

 

 

 

 

Remarkable Person of the Year 2017 – Jonathan Muir 

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