Delta Membranes have been nominated for two accolades at this year’s Ground Engineering Awards.
The Type C Cavity Drain Manufacturer is shortlisted for ‘Technical Innovation’ and ‘Technical Excellence’ at the prestigious event, taking place in June.
2018 saw a record number of companies enter the Ground Engineering Awards.
The ‘Technical Excellence’ category focuses on excellence achieved through producing
a new approach to analysis or design, advanced techniques, commitment, to innovation in products, delivery, sustainability, productivity and business
This is whilst working alongside customers to better the delivery of a project
through technical refinement.
The ‘Technical Innovation’ category recognises commitment to technical, systems or process innovation; Delta Membranes has improved the built environment
through deep research and knowledge creation.
Christopher Burbridge, MD for Delta Membrane Systems Limited, talked about how being shortlisted for two awards is ‘a testament to the positive strides we
take as a business.’
“Our dedicated team is focussed on delivering excellence at every level. We’ve
worked hard to evolve our business by developing new solutions and to enhance
our place within the waterproofing sector by improving services to the end user,” he said.
“To receive nominations for these awards reflects the hard work from our team. We wish all those involved the best of luck and look forward to the award
ceremony in June.”
David J. Symes, Technical Director for Delta Membrane Limited, added: “Our feet
still haven’t touched the ground. Being shortlisted in such a prestigious awards
ceremony is an accolade in itself.
“I would like to take this opportunity to thank #TeamDelta for all their hard work.”
Delta Membrane Systems,
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