Keystone Lintels‘ award-winning Hi-therm+ Lintel has been announced as a finalist in the Construction Product Innovation category at the Irish Construction Excellence Awards.
The Hi-therm+ Lintel is a one piece lintel solution which is not only quicker and simpler to install, compared to a traditional split lintel, but is also up to five times more thermally efficient than a standard steel lintel.
The thermally efficient Hi-therm+ Lintel has helped the Irish construction industry reduce thermal bridging by providing a low cost solution to improve carbon dioxide reduction and Fabric Energy Efficient standards.
Established by Irish Building Magazine, the Irish Construction Excellence Awards provide an opportunity for the industry to highlight best performance across the full range of construction disciplines and project categories.
The winner will be announced at an awards ceremony in the Mansion House, Dublin on 29 March.
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