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TILT Engineering Design, South Coast-Based Innovators, Secure Finalist Spot for Best New Business at National Maritime Awards

TILT Engineering Design, an emerging and dynamic engineering consultancy specialising in cutting-edge maritime infrastructure projects, has earned the distinction of being named a finalist for the prestigious Best New Business Award at the esteemed British Maritime Awards. This esteemed accolade is designed to spotlight young enterprises that are making substantial strides within their industry.

Established in 2022, TILT Engineering Design embarked on its journey with a clear mission – to disrupt the conventional norms of multinational consultancies and usher in a new era characterised by authentic innovation, client-centric project delivery, and a work environment that thrives on excitement and a fast-paced ethos. Currently, the company is actively engaged in several captivating infrastructure ventures, including:

  1. A groundbreaking concept for a tidal range scheme aimed at providing renewable energy to approximately 800,000 households.
  2. The development of electric vessel charging stations along the iconic River Thames.
  3. Pioneering a self-generating hydrogen CTV (Crew Transfer Vessel) berth concept.
  4. Establishing a state-of-the-art deep-water research facility within a waterlogged quarry.
  5. Crafting an innovative berthing solution catering to Peel Ports’ RORO (Roll-On/Roll-Off) vessels.

TILT Engineering Design’s success story is underpinned by its distinctive approach to project delivery, which empowers its team and leaves a lasting impression on clients. Situated along the South Coast, the company’s DNA resonates with a profound love for all facets of maritime ventures. This passion is seamlessly woven into every project, making the journey not only professionally rewarding but also engaging and enjoyable. TILT’s commitment to its team’s well-being and future is commendable, as it offers industry-leading benefits, unwavering support, and comprehensive training. As a testament to this commitment, despite being a nascent startup, TILT has invested in the YuLife well-being platform, indirectly rewarding its staff for participating in exercise and well-being activities.

Ian Dobson, the Managing Director of TILT Engineering Design, expressed his pride at being named a finalist for the Best New Business Award, stating, “This accolade underscores the relentless dedication and efforts of our exceptional team. We are driven by a fervent desire to effect transformative change in the maritime industry, and we eagerly anticipate our continued growth and innovation.”

The eagerly awaited Best New Business Award will be presented during the National Maritime’s annual awards ceremony scheduled for September 13th in London.

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