02.11.2017

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Best building services engineers named

Winners of the Swiss Building Services Engineering Championships 2017
The new Swiss Masters completed their workpieces to a very high standard to achieve their gold medals.

The winners of the Swiss Building Services Engineering Championships 2017 have now been named. At the Zuger Messe, a leading Swiss consumer tradeshow, the country's most talented building services engineers competed for the 27th Championship title and medals. Some 80,000 trade fair visitors attended the Suissetec stand to watch at close hand as the 76 candidates demonstrated their skills and craftsmanship. Despite the challenging tasks, by the end of the competition the candidates had produced work of a very high standard.

At the closing ceremony Thomas Widmer was delighted to present the winners with their medals on behalf of the Debrunner Acifer Group, the main sponsor of the Swiss Building Services Engineering Championships. The Debrunner Acifer Group would like to congratulate the new masters and medal winners on their outstanding performance.

Winners of the Swiss Building Services Engineering Championships 2017
At the closing ceremony Thomas Widmer presented the winners with their medals on behalf of the Debrunner Acifer Group, the main sponsor of the Swiss Building Services Engineering Championships.

The best of them will now have the chance to compete in an additional round to qualify for the European Championships (sheet metal working) in Budapest or the 2019 World Championships (Heating & Plumbing) in the Russian town of Kasan.

Swiss Champions 2017:

  • Elias Reber from Wasen, Bern (heating engineer)
  • Oliver Lanz from Bremgarten, Bern (sheet metal worker)
  • Dominik Schlegel from Gipf-Oberfrick, Aargau (plumbing engineer)
  • Janik Saurer from Schwanden, Bern (ventilation systems engineer)
  • Nick Ulrich from Dachsen, Zürich (building services engineering designer specialising in plumbing)
  • Sven Schnydrig from Mund, Valais (building services engineering designer specialising in heating)
  • Tim Kern from Seuzach, Zürich (building services engineering designer specialising in ventilation)