The Concorde Museum, Trimo’s recent landmark project at Aerospace Bristol, has been nominated for Commercial Project of the Year. Designed by Purcell Architects, Trimo’s Qbiss One solution provided a stunning façade - with a unique embossed ArtMe image of a Concorde on one side. As a result, Trimo has also been nominated for Best Use of Steel.
Finally, working on the Concorde Museum project was Trimo’s Key Accounts Director Mark Lewis, who is nominated for Offsite Professional of the Year. Having been working in the built environment industry for 33 years, Mark has contributed to top construction pioneering projects all around the UK throughout his career.
Taking place on 13th June 2017, the Offsite Awards celebrates the best in precision building and delivery, rewarding outstanding examples of prefabrication and offsite based methods, products and systems which deliver a sustainable built environment.
Viviane Williams, Trimo’s UK and Overseas Marketing Manager, said “We’re delighted that Trimo is shortlisted for three prestigious awards, alongside other key industry organisations. The Concorde Museum project (Aerospace Bristol) is a prime example of how Trimo works with architects and specifiers to effectively deliver a high-quality construction solution. We’re looking forward to attending the ceremony and celebrating the success of offsite construction alongside fellow nominees and industry bodies.”