G21 Awards shortlist revealed
The shortlist for this year’s G21 Awards has been announced, revealing a new category and more finalists than ever before – up to 11 per category.
The winners will be revealed at the Gala Dinner and Awards event at the London Hilton Park Lane on November 26.
“It’s been an exceptional two years in so many ways,” organiser Tony Higgin said. “But we have encompassed the very best of the industry’s achievements from that time to create what is set to be an equally exceptional event.”
The finalists in the categories are as follows.
Covid-19 Business Hero: Alutech Systems; Doorco; Liniar; UAP; Veka; and Window Ware.
Best Commercial Project: Acorn Aluminium for Loughborough University Science and Enterprise Park; Aluk for The Quadrangle, Cheltenham; Epwin Window Systems for Edmonstone Walled Garden, Edinburgh; Fastframe UK for Springfield Park; and The Residence Collection for Sewell Park Academy
Best Component Supplier: AT Precision; Doorco; Edgetech; Liniar; Thermoseal Group; VBH (GB); Window Ware; and Window Widgets.
Best Customer Care Initiative: Aluk; Sternfenster; The Residence Collection; Touchstone Glazing Solutions; Ultraframe; Window Ware; and VBH (GB).
Best Fabricator: CB Solutions; Dekko Window Systems; Emplas; Everglade Windows; Masterframe Windows; Nolan uPVC; Shelforce; Sternfenster; and UK Doors Online.
Best Glass Company: Cornwall Group; Double R Glass and Roofing Systems; and P&P Glass.
Best Installer: Global Windows; Nolan uPVC; P&P Glass; SEH BAC; Sherborne; The Window Company (Contracts); and Wolverhampton Glass.
Best New Product: Aluplast, Smart-Slide patio door; Deceuninck Aluminium, Decalu; Deceuninck, Deceuninck Heritage Flush Door; Doorco, Flip glazing cassette system; Everglade Windows, aïr MOD Series; ODL Europe, Guardsman Fire Door; Roseview Windows, Ultimate Rose Mk3; UAP, TS008 Soterian Slim; VBH (GB), Q-Smart; Wendland Roof Solutions, The Wendland Lantern; and Yale Door and Window Solutions, Vertex range.
Best Promotional Campaign: Business Pilot, The Business Pilot Barometer; Conservatory Outlet, Stay at Home Campaign; Doorco, Flip and Gripcore; The Residence Collection, Conservation Campaign; and Window Widgets, 21st Birthday.
Best Sustainability Initiative: Deceuninck; Edgetech; SEH BAC; Veka Recycling; Veka UK; and Window Widgets.
Best Training and Development Initiative: Arran Isle; Cornwall Group; and UAP.
Unsung Hero: Lucy Daniels, DoorCo; Clodagh Driscoll, Emplas; Sharon Fowler, Window Ware; and Colin Russell, VBH (GB).
Doorco’s Dan Sullivan said: “The G-Awards is the industry awards, dedicated to celebrating and rewarding excellence in the UK’s fenestration sector. We are obviously delighted to have been shortlisted for no less than five awards in G21s.”
ODL’s Nathan Barr said: “The G Awards are always an opportunity to celebrate excellence and we are looking forward to reconnecting with our peers face-to-face after so long. Good luck to all the finalists in all the categories.”
Ultraframe’s Alex Hewitt said: “We’d like to wish everyone shortlisted the best of luck for the G Awards. It’s fantastic that large scale events such as this are able to take place again and give well deserved recognition across the industry.”