Gallagher received the award for its K20 and Z10 perimeter security technology devices Gallagher has added another esteemed award to its growing list of accolades after the company won at The New Zealand Engineering Excellence Awards held in Auckland on Friday 28 November. The award for New Zealand Engineering Innovators of the Year was presented to a Gallagher product development team responsible for designing two world-leading perimeter security technology devices: the K20 Tensioner Link System, and Z10 Tension Sensor. Senior Product Manager, Craig Malins, said the team were thrilled at winning the award. “There were many people at Gallagher involved in this project along the way. We’re honored to have been selected alongside some of New Zealand’s top engineers, as winners of such a prestigious award” said Malins. Gallagher has been collecting a number of honours across the world for its strength in the design and manufacture of security products. This latest award recognises a commitment to innovation and excellence in engineering by an individual or a team. “We’re very proud of our people” said Gallagher Group CEO, Sir William Gallagher. “It’s wonderful to receive an award that recognises how brilliant and innovative our team is.” The New Zealand Engineering Excellence Awards are run by the Institution of Professional Engineers New Zealand (IPENZ) and celebrate the finest engineering work undertaken by companies throughout the country. Gallagher’s winning team comprised four core members of the wider Gallagher product development team: Senior Product Manager, Craig Malins; Technical Engineer, Paul Reid; Senior Electronics Engineer, Keith Gallagher; and Technical Leader, Andrew Bealing.