Isover launch 2019 Isover Awards
Isover has announced the launch of the 2019 Isover Awards. Following on from their previous incarnation, the Isover Energy Efficiency Awards, the new Isover Awards will be open to both contractors and architects/specification professionals, and seek to celebrate excellence in energy efficient building and design.
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Patrick Bradley, the multi-award winning architect and RTÉ Home of The Year judge, has signed up to adjudicate the awards alongside a select group of industry judges.
Entries are now open through the Isover Awards website, with categories open to both groups of building professionals for residential, commercial, renovation and new build projects.
Entries will be judged by industry experts in both installation best practice and energy efficient building practices. The panel of experts will review entries looking for excellence in both the design of the build from a specifications point of view, but also with regards to how the building was constructed on site, to ensure maximum energy efficiency for future occupants.
The awards ceremony will take place in Smock Alley Theatre on 6 June 2019. The deadline for project submissions to the awards is 1 April 2019. Interested parties can enter their projects through the online entry form now.
Isover said they were “proud to celebrate a host of excellent projects in the previous incarnation of the current awards, the Energy Efficiency Awards, and look forward to being able to show the construction industry and a wider global audience what the best in Irish construction can do”.
Photo: Celebrity architect Patrick Bradley (left) launches the awards with Isover Ireland managing director Brian Dolan (right)
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