As a main sponsor of the G Awards since its inception, the Glass and Glazing Federation (GGF) has an incredible 17 reasons to be excited for this year’s event.
This is because 16 Members have been nominated as finalists, whilst the GGF itself picking up a special “Lifetime Achievement Award”, as it celebrates its 40th anniversary.
The G17 Awards take place on Friday 17 November at Park Lane Hilton, London and The GGF wishes all finalists the best of luck.
GGF Group Chief Executive, Phil Pluck (pictured), said: “2017 has been a memorable year for the GGF with the Federation commemorating its 40th anniversary so we are pleased to cap the year with our Lifetime Achievement Award.
“We are delighted to see so many GGF Members nominated as finalists which clearly reflects the high quality of companies within our Membership. We wish them all the very best for G17.”
The GGF’s 40th anniversary has seen the company celebrate this milestone at many high profile events this year, with the climax of it at all being at the G17 Awards, as it collects the GGF Lifetime Achievement Award.
James Lee, GGF Group Director of Marketing, said: “We always look forward to the G17 Awards as they showcase the very best in the industry.
“With our special Lifetime Achievement Award to mark our 40th anniversary, G17 promises to be a truly memorable evening for all connected to the GGF. Good luck to all the finalists.”
The GGF Members that have been shortlisted as finalists for the awards are as follows:
Component Supplier of the Year: Edgetech, Mila
Conservatory Installer of the Year: SEH BAC
Customer Care Initiative of the Year: Everglade Windows, Glassolutions, Mila, SEH BAC
Fabricator of the Year: Glazerite UK Group, Roseview, Solidor
Glass Company of the Year: Fire Glass UK
Installer of the Year: Sedgefield Windows, SEH BAC, The Window Company (Contracts)
New Product of the Year: Deceuninck, Synseal
Promotional Campaign of the Year – Retail: SEH BAC, Solidor
Promotion Campaign of the Year – Trade: Mila
Training and Development Initiative of the Year: Synseal Group, VEKA
G17 Unsung Hero Award Finalists: Chris Lloyd, Saint-Gobain Glass, Danny Barnett, Solidor, Gabriela Hammond, VEKA, Melanie Jacobs, Glazerite
Commercial Project of the Year: Glassolutions, Pilkington UK, Saint-Gobain Glass, The Window Company (Contracts)
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