The Institute of Architectural Ironmongers (IAI) Awards are now inviting nominations from members of the IAI or the Guild of Architectural Ironmongers (GAI) ahead of the deadline of 30th November 2016. The IAI Awards will take place during February 2017.
There will be four awards available: including the IAI Fellowship Award, given to an individual who has shown longstanding and ongoing commitment to the IAI over a period of at least 10 years, and who is still actively involved within the institute. Last year’s award went to Andy Matthews of HOPPE UK.
Sponsored by Royde & Tucker, the Paul Lewis Award for Customer Service is awarded to an individual, group or company that has made a great commitment to customer services throughout the year. Last year, the prize was given to Andy Chapman of dorma+kaba.
Additional awards are available for the Promising Ironmonger of the Year and the GAI Award for Service to the Institute.
The IAI Awards will be presented at a dinner following the Institute’s AGM, an event that also includes CPD opportunities for Institute members and an Ironmongers’ Village area with new door hardware products on display.
To make a nomination, visit the GAI website.
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