Rewarding excellence

Derek Barclay specified a Geberit Mapress Carbon Steel as the best fit for a complete boiler room installation for the Ministry of Defence in Wiltshire, and took the title of 'Best Supply Systems Installer'.

Derek Barclay specified a Geberit Mapress Carbon Steel as the best fit for a complete boiler room installation for the Ministry of Defence in Wiltshire, and took the title of ‘Best Supply Systems Installer’.

Recognising industry talent and a commitment to producing work of the highest quality, the 2016 Geberit Awards winners have been announced.

Jonathan Terry was awarded the title of ‘Best Domestic Bathroom Installer’, after being nominated for the title by Taylors Etc. in Cardiff.

Second place in this category was awarded to Steve Phippard of ASP Plumbing, with Mark Fowdon of Studio One South West scooping the third-place spot.

The very best examples of how teamwork pays off were on display in the ‘Best Installer Team’ category, with Sanctuary Bathrooms taking the top spot. Its work installing a master en-suite incorporating Geberit products to wall-mount the sanitaryware and maximise on space particularly impressed the judging panel.

Taking second place in the ‘Best Installer Team’ category went to Dunster Biomass Heating. The remaining spot was awarded to Designer Group, for its team work while installing Geberit HDPE in student accomodation in Dublin.

Derek Barclay of K J Quinn Services took the title of ‘Best Supply Systems Installer’.

Second place was awarded to Mark Griffiths, and third place went to Christopher Flaherty of Vietec Heating.

The overall winner of each category picks up a cheque for £1,000, with Makita Drill Sets and radios for the runners up.