The Quality Assured Contractor Programme voted for the winners of eight categories at Sika Sarnafils 2014 Contractor Awards.
Sustainable Project of the Year and Specialist Project of the Year were both won by Cambridge Polymer Roofing, whilst the award for Refurbishment Project of the Year went to Owlsworth Roofing.
Lakesmere picked up the award for PR Project of the Year and RLW Roofing were declared the winners of the In Partnership Award. Other victors included Gray and Jarrett, who were proclaimed Application Team of the Year and ABC Roofing for Emmanuel House, who won Application of the Year.
Presented by award sponsor SFS, the Outstanding Contribution to Quality Award 2014 was secured by Richmond Roofing.
Sika Sarnafil commended the company for their demonstration of consistent quality to all customer facing departments and praised them for their support in securing both specified and open spec projects.
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