Smartroof shortlisted at Structural Timber Awards for second year running

  • 5 Jul 2018

Smartroof has announced that it is shortlisted for the Product Innovation Award at the Structural Timber Awards 2018 – and it’s not the first time either!

For the second year running now, Smartroof has been shortlisted for the award. The Structural Timber Awards are rewarding the best in structural timber construction for the fourth year this October. Set to take place at the National Conference Centre in Birmingham on 10th October 2018, you can book your place and find out more about the awards here.

The Smartroof system provides house builders with a room in roof solution which is up to 30% faster than traditional methods as well as delivering a 25% reduction in costs. Production in a factory environment provides customers with a high-quality product while the ease of installation not only saves time but also improves health and safety by reducing time spent working at height and overcomes the skill shortage by reducing the need for skilled workers on site. 

Managing Director of Smartroof, Sean Og Coyle, comments: “Innovation is at the heart of everything we do so we are delighted to be announced as a Finalist in the Product Innovation Category at the Structural Timber Awards. Smartroof has experienced a great level of growth as the industry continues to recognise the benefits of offsite solutions. We have a strong customer focus and strive to provide an innovative solution which meets the needs of the modern house builder and it’s great to see this recognised by the Structural Timber Awards.”

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