The Geberit Awards 2016 aims to recognise exemplary performance in installation throughout the heating, bathroom and plumbing industries.
The third annual Geberit Awards are looking for the ‘Best Installer Team’, ‘Best Supply Systems Installer’, ‘Best Domestic Bathroom Installer’ and ‘Best Apprentice’.
The judging panel, which will be made up from construction experts and industry professionals, is eager to hear from apprentices themselves. In each category, an overall winner will be decided, along with two runners up.
Prizes include £1,000 for the winners, and Makita Drill Sets and Radios for the runners up.
Entries are now open: the judges are looking for 150 words per nomination, which can be supported by an image. Entrants should aim to showcase their most innovative Geberit product installations: successful nominations should show how installers have overcome difficult challenges to ensure a quality end result.
Installers have two months to make their nominations, with the final deadline scheduled for 30th November.
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