The GAI/RIBA Architectural Ironmongery Specification Awards 2017 are set to take place on the 30th March, and GEZE UK will once more sponsor the Winner of Winners award to demonstrate its commitment to supporting the specification market worldwide.
Sponsored by GEZE UK for the third consecutive time, the Winner of Winners award recognises entire specification teams – architectural ironmongers and architect – and highlights the importance of the professional partnership between the two disciplines.
Shortlisted projects must demonstrate how architectural ironmongery adds security, accessibility and safety to the building, as well as as adding to its functionality and longevity.
Andy Howland, sales director of GEZE UK said: “GEZE UK is delighted to again be sponsoring the Winner of Winners category. It demonstrates the commitment we make as a company to support the specification market worldwide.
Our dedicated teams work closely with architects and architectural ironmongers to achieve quality specifications, combining seamless designs, functionality and energy efficiency. This is the ideal award to which to put our name.”
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