Trimo, one of the leading building envelope solutions providers, has been shortlisted in the London Construction Awards for Offsite Project of the Year, Architectural Project of the Year and the Sustainable Construction Award.
The Concorde Museum, Trimo’s recent landmark project at Aerospace Bristol, has been nominated for Architectural Project of the Year and Offsite Project of the Year. Designed by Purcell Architects, Trimo’s Qbiss One solution provided a stunning façade with a unique embossed ArtMe image of a Concorde on one side.
Trimo’s core product ranges, Qbiss One, and Trimoterm, all have significant attributes such as acoustic benefits, fire proof qualities and durability characteristics; leading to Trimo’s nomination for the Sustainable Construction Award. Built in a controlled environment, as opposed to an open construction site, Trimo’s prefabricated solutions undergo a safe construction process. The products provide an efficient installable solution which saves energy and time; the ultimate cost-effective offering.
Taking place on 25th October 2017, the London Construction Awards are the most prestigious construction awards in London. The awards will take place as part of London Build 2017, the leading construction show for London and the south east of England.
Viviane Williams, Trimo’s UK and Overseas Marketing Manager, said,
“We’re delighted that Trimo is nominated for three London Construction awards. To be shortlisted showcasing our quality products in cladding against other well-regarded organisations is a fantastic achievement! We’re looking forward to attending the ceremony and celebrating the best in London construction.”