As part of the 25 year anniversary celebration of Tech Refrigeration and Air Conditioning, we asked our staff to enter a photo competition on a given theme for each month.
The only proviso being that the photo had to feature our Tech Backpack.
The competition was a bright spot during the year and we now have all the winners and their photographic contributions displayed below for your viewing.
We also have the winning photos displayed for eternity on a wall in our Head Office which will be known as ‘The Gallery’.
Many thanks to Mitsubishi Electric for their independent judging and the sponsorship of the monthly prizes.
January Winner: Isabela dos Santos - Estimator
The first month of the competition started with the theme ‘New Year’.
Isabela had her picture taken with the Tech backpack on the top of Arthur’s seat, an extinct volcano in Scotland. Originally from Rio, Brazil and known for her love of travel, Isabela kicked off the New Year and the competition by taking the Tech Backpack to the highest point in Edinburgh.
February Winner: Grzegorz Tobiasz - Refrigeration Engineer
The second month of the competition we decided on the theme ‘Brighter Days’.
As the longer evenings started to return and the days became longer and brighter, the theme was fitting for the month of February.
Grzegorz captured the mood perfectly on a bright and wet day in early February, showing the ever changing weather in Ireland during a normal winters day.
March Winner: Lee Wood - Assistant Contracts Manager
As the country went into its first lock down of the Covid 19 Pandemic in March 2020, little did we all know that our year of celebration was about to change massively.
At the start of the month we decided on the theme ‘Spring is in the Air‘.
Lee took full advantage of the early Spring sunshine and with his family including his dog, Bailey, they headed to the Phoenix Park in Dublin.
His perfectly timed photograph of the Rainbow summed up the mood of many at the end of March and the judges agreed that his picture was the clear winner.
‘A rainbow comes after a storm’.