Leading aluminium systems company Reynaers has become a headline sponsor of the Society of Façade Engineering’s FAÇADE 2017, the established international awards for façade engineering excellence.
The competition is designed to recognise, reward and promote excellence in the key disciplines of façade design, engineering and application. It has been created, managed and judged by some of the world’s leading exponents of façade engineering and design.
This year, winners will be announced at the highly prestigious Glass Supper on Thursday 7th December at The Tank in the Tate Modern, London.
Paul Duffy, Sales Director at Reynaers, said: “Reynaers is well known for its innovation in the industry and we are proud to support the recognition and rewarding of excellence in façade design, engineering and application.
“Each year the standard of entries keeps getting better and better and we are very much looking forward to seeing the best of 2017’s façades thanks to these prestigious awards.”
Entries for the competition are now open but must be received by October 1st; any façade contract practically complete between 31st December 2014 and 31st December 2016 and not previously entered in an SFE competition will be considered for the awards.
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