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Celebrating the winners of the Geberit Awards 2014

  • 22 Dec 2014

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Geberit Awards 2014, in association with PHAM News

  • Best Commercial Installer Team
  • Best Domestic Installer
  • Best Apprentice

Christopher Lemons, Jonathan Terry and Jason Phillips are Geberit Award winners. 

The judges of the Geberit Awards selected the worthy winners, each of whom had to demonstrate why they are the best in the business, whether that be by embracing new products and techniques, by being a quick learner or by simply going above and beyond to translate the bathroom of their customers’ dreams into a reality.

Best Commercial Installer Team Award

Went to J L Phillips Renewable Energy, headed up by Jason Phillips, who demonstrated outstanding teamwork when using Geberit Mapress fittings and pipes to install renewable energy systems at four poultry sites in Nottinghamshire.

Working together, the team completed installation at each of the sites within two days, using more than 5,500 Geberit components in the process.

Annabel Vince from J L Phillips Renewable Energy: “With the help of Geberit products, we achieved successful installations, finished on time and had a happy client. Winning the Geberit Award is the perfect way to round off a successful year”.

Best Apprentice Award

Christopher Lemons, who is in his third year of his apprenticeship with Derbyshire County Council, won Best Apprentice in this year’s Awards.

Showing initiative and an eagerness to learn, 20-year-old Christopher took it upon himself to contact the Geberit technical team while installing a new heating system at a school, using Geberit Mapress carbon steel.

Christopher Lemons: “I’m always pushing to learn more and do the best I can on every job I work on. I’m overwhelmed to win the Geberit Award to be honest. It will help me quite a bit in my career I should think, impressing bosses and looking really good on my CV.“

Best Domestic Installer Award

Jonathan Terry was nominated by one of his customers from Taylors Etc Design. Jonathan heads up the installation team at Jonathan Terry Bathrooms and uses Geberit products as a matter of course when it comes to concealed parts or wall-hung applications, priding himself on always achieving a high-end finish.

Justine Bullock from Taylors Etc Design: “The combination of excellent quality products and superb installation means our customers are blown away by the results. I have always taken a great deal of pride in my work and aim for a quality finish on every job, that’s just the way I am. It’s nice to be recognised with the Geberit Award, particularly after being nominated by a customer, it just shows I must be doing a good job.“

Each of the Award winners drove away on new wheels, with the lease of a brand new VW Transporter Van.

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Warwick
Warwickshire
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