One of the leading providers of building envelope solutions, Trimo, has been shortlisted for the Offsite Construction Awards in a number of different categories. The business has managed to be shortlisted for three different categories: Best Use of Steel, Offsite Professional of the Year and Commercial Project of the year. These short listings are a credit to how hard the company is working to develop original solutions.

Trimo’s most recent landmark project located at Aerospace Bristol, The Concorde Museum, is the project that has been nominated for the Commercial Project of the Year Award. The Project was designed by Purcell Architects, and Trimo’s Qbiss One created a façade that has a unique embossed image of a Concord on one side. For this detail Trimo has been nominated for the Best Use of Steel award.

The Offsite Professional of the Year shortlisting is for the Key Accounts Director Mark Lewis for his part on The Concord Museum project. Lewis has worked in the building industry for the past 33 years and has been able to contribute to a number of the most pioneering construction projects throughout the UK over the course of his long career.

The Offsite Construction Awards will be taking place on the 13th June 2017 and looks to recognise and celebrate the best aspects of precision building and delivery as well as looking to reward those who deliver the outstanding examples of prefabrication and a number of offsite based methods, products and systems in order to make the built environment more sustainable.

Trimo being shortlisted for three prestigious accolades is great news for Trimo, as their hard work is receiving recognition and the Awards will help the company increase their profile through related publicity. The Awards event on the 13th June will be a good opportunity for companies to come together and celebrate the success of the offsite construction sector as well as the individuals and companies that are announced as winner of the awards.