MEETA Asset Management awards


The MEETA Asset Management Society Awards provides an outstanding opportunity to recognise excellence in the maintenance and  management of physical assets through their life cycle. The Awards recognise the outstanding contributions and achievements of individuals, teams and organisations in the profession of asset management. 

We welcome entries from a wide range of sectors, highlighting good practice and great leadership in asset management. It is an opportunity for maintenance professionals to showcase use of best practice in systems and processes. 

It is a chance to show what your organisation can do in Asset Management and celebrate the successes of individuals or teams. Applications are sought from organisations across a broad range of industries involved in Asset Management, including private companies, contractors, consultants, service authorities, and Government.  

Overall winner 2023 

Sarah O’Sullivan, BMRAM Administrator, Boston Scientific Cork, was announced as the overall winner of the 2023 MEETA Asset Management Awards. Sarah was presented with the perpetual Sean Hennessy trophy for her project which focused on Maintenance Management using BMRAM data at Boston Scientific. 

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Student winner 2023

Siún O’Callaghan, MSD Brinny - Retrofitting Assessment of Chilled Water in Utilities of Vaccine Facility. 

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Previous winners

2022: "Improvements in RCM Methodology", BioMarin

2021: "Benefits of in-house sonotrode repair using a microscope grinding fixture", Hollister

2021: "Benefits of in-house sonotrode repair using a microscope grinding fixture", Hollister

2020: “Machine Learning Predictive Maintenance”, Bristol Myers Squibb, Cruiserath

2019: “Deployment of next enterprise approach to Asset Management”, Takeda 

2018: “Embedding Predictive Maintenance during the MPCC Project”, Bristol Myers Squibb, Cruiserath

2017: “Journey to Maintenance Excellence”, Abbvie

MEETA Winner 2019

Student Winner

2022: Dean Clarke, TU Dublin for their project “Enhance the maintainability of air handling units by developing a quick release system for EC fan motors.”

2021:  Patrick Lambe, TU Dublin for their project “Practical Training for Water Industry Technicians”

2020: Jack Murphy, CIT for their project “Energy Optimisation of Compressed Air at Thermo Fisher Scientific Cork”

2019: Shane Guerin, CIT for their project “Design and development of a system to detect and predict the onset of failure for dry mechanical seals on agitator mixing vessels, in conjunction with GSK Cork”

2018: Stephen Byrne, DIT for their project “To quantify the impact of a large District Heating Scheme on a Waste to Energy facility”




ESS/Eirdata are MEETA Asset Management’s valued partners and sponsor the awards. They have no input to the judging. The judging panel, work totally independently, and give freely of their time to foster the profession.

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