SPSenvirowall is proud to announce once again that it has been shortlisted for its second award of 2020 at the East Midlands Energy Efficiency Awards in the Regional Small Scale Project of the Year category.
Presented by Gary Braybrooke, CEO of the Energy Efficiency Association, the regional awards are awarded in the areas of energy saving, energy efficiency and quality of skills and services offered from nominees.
Decommissioned and boarded up for several years, Romorantin Place, a derelict block of 29 bedsits in Long Eaton was given a complete overhaul utilising SPSenvirowall’s Wall System 2 with 130-180mm mineral wool insulation and an eclectic mix of 1.5mm EnviroSil colours from beige through to red delivering a dramatic and welcome appearance to the local area.
Designed to provide cost-effective robust external wall insulation, the Wall System 2 range is ideally suited for the refurbishment of social housing, providing cost savings to the client and protects the fabric of the building. It enables us to provide tailor-made solutions within affordable budgets, extending the life of buildings way beyond their original design expectations. Winners will be revealed when the awards are presented at the Raddison Blu Derby on the 12th March. We look forward to celebrating among other nominees and industry professionals.