STELRAD SHORTLISTED FOR HEATING INDUSTRY ‘OSCAR’

Stelrad Radiators has been shortlisted for a heating industry ‘Oscar’ in the H&V News Awards 2019. The awards dinner, the 25th anniversary of these prestigious awards, is to be held at the Grosvenor House Hotel in Park Lane on 25th April 2019.

Stelrad has been shortlisted in the HVAC Project of the Year (under £0.5 million) category for a project at Endeavour House in Devonport Dockyard in Plymouth in a new home for marine enterprise in this traditional seafaring city.

Endeavour House is the anchor office building of part of an impressive project that will eventually occupy 35 hectares on the southern edge of the dockyard and which has a BREEAM rating of excellent. Once all three phases are complete it will offer 25,000 square metres of flexible employment space and three docks suitable for marine industry dockside operations.

Locally based heating and plumbing contractor Murch & Baker has installed 67 radiators from Stelrad’s popular Concord range in the offices and public areas of the building.

Stelrad’s Head of Marketing, Chris Harvey is understandably delighted that this project has received this level of recognition: “The use of our Concord radiators highlights the increasing popularity of our designer radiator series for commercial projects like this. Many architects are seeing the selection of radiators as an important part of the design rather than simply as the provision of functional heating appliances. They look perfect in this setting and we’ve been told that businesses contemplating a move to these new offices have been hugely impressed by the choice of radiators as part of the overall design of the building. We’re looking forward to the awards evening in April and hoping the judges are as impressed by the project as we are!”

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Endeavour House, Devenport Dockyard, Plymouth

Endeavour House, Devenport Dockyard, Plymouth

Low line Stelrad Concord radiators

Low line Stelrad Concord radiators

A horizontal Stelrad Concord radiator in the entrance to the building.

A horizontal Stelrad Concord radiator in the entrance to the building.