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feRFA Awards 2019

16.12.2019, 12:12

feRFA Awards 2019

UK surfacing company Limegate has been highly commended at this year’s Resin Flooring Association (FeRFA) Best Practice Awards.


The company’s entry in the “Large Industrial Project of the Year” category related to work at the 9,700 square metre Big Motoring World project in Peterborough.


Judges noted the quality of Limegate’s installation of RESDEV Deckmaster System ID flooring following a brief from Big Motoring World to install a UV-resistant, low maintenance flooring system with a 10-year life expectancy at the car dealer’s new National Vehicle Preparation Centre. 

Limegate was also commended for responding to a reduction of the time made available for the installation from ten to five weeks.

Commenting, spokesperson, Jason Jones, said:

“We were thrilled when our Big Motoring World project appeared on the FeRFA shortlist ahead of the event, as making this stage is an achievement in itself. To walk away with the Highly Commended honour has crowned a remarkable 2019 for Limegate.

“We have witnessed exceptional growth and success within the company. Being able to say we were an award winner at the resin floor industry’s most respected awards not only gives clients confidence when choosing to work with Limegate but it also recognises the hard work put in by the whole team.”

About the FeRFA Best Practice Awards

The awards aim to highlight and celebrate the best projects and innovation within the resin flooring industry, and are only open to FeRFA members. The judges scrutinise each entry for evidence of workmanship, innovation and commitment to quality. Each submission is also evaluated for its commitment to health and safety, training, environmental responsibility and sustainability.

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