2017 awards are a great success!
The inaugural Ireland’s Plumbing & Heating Awards, in association with Calor, proved a major success as over 400 people packed into the Round Room at the Mansion House, Dublin in June to celebrate the very best our industry has to offer.
The leading installers, contractors, merchants, people, projects and products were all recognised at the gala awards night, with guests entertained by host, Risteárd Cooper, the leading Irish actor and comedian.
Jacqui Fairley, Publication Director of Plumbing & Heating Magazine, which organised the awards, said, “We want to thank everyone who entered the awards and congratulate all the finalists and winners. Our independent panel of judges had a difficult task selecting the winners from what was an exceptional number of high-quality entries.
“We also want to recognise the essential support of our sponsors for helping us host such a great night. We’re already looking forward to the next awards in 2019!”
Calor, this year’s headline sponsor, is celebrating its 80th anniversary this year, so it was fitting that the company helped recognise the industry’s leading companies.
Brian Derham from Calor said, “Calor take great pride in having an installer team that are at the top of their game. It is for that reason that we ‘invest in the best’. Calor are delighted to sponsor this great event- one that recognises the talent and hard work of those in the industry throughout the country.”
Fantastic Generosity by Guests
Ireland’s Plumbing & Heating Awards 2017 has helped raise over €3,000 for the work of national housing and homeless charity, the Peter McVerry Trust.
Guests at the gala awards night in the Round Room at the Mansion House in Dublin city centre showed fantastic generosity and the money raised will now boost the charity’s work across Ireland.
Currently leading efforts to respond to the homeless crisis, the Peter McVerry Trusty will work with over 4,500 individuals this year. This support will help the charity ensure individuals experiencing homelessness have safe, quality, long-term accommodation and, ultimately, a key to their own home.