GEZE UK is sponsoring the ‘Winner of Winners’ Award at the 2019 GAI/RIBA Architectural Ironmongery Specification Awards.
The nominees for this accolade are chosen from all the category winners of the awards and is the primary award for this biennial event, celebrating the best of British architectural ironmongery specification.
Held in the OXO Tower building, on 21 March, the event promises to be ‘the biggest and best awards yet’.
Positioned on the South Bank of the River Thames, the venue benefits from incredible views of London’s eclectic vista.
It will be the fourth time in succession that GEZE UK has sponsored the prestigious award, which recognises an entire specification team – architectural ironmongers and architect – and highlights the synergy of the professional partnership.
Nominations promise to illustrate examples of architectural ironmongery at its best, combining security, accessibility and safety and enhancement to building functionality and longevity.
Andy Howland, sales and marketing director of GEZE UK, commented: “We value the relationships that our teams develop with architects and architectural ironmongers and the work undertaken to achieve quality specification, seamless design, functionality and energy efficiency.
“This award mirrors the importance that we place on collaborative working in pursuit of excellence and we are delighted to once again, lend our name and support, to a celebration which rewards the best in architectural ironmongery specification.”
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