The FeRFA Awards Dinner was celebrated in style again this year at the famous Belfry Hotel. 

IRL together with Sika were awarded the Large Industrial Project of the year award for BMW Oxford

Each year FeRFA members showcase their projects that demonstrate the versatility and wide range of applications for resin flooring as well as their innovation and ingenuity in overcoming the challenges that some projects present. As usual the judges were impressed with the quality and variety of the projects presented, the excellent quality of all the award submissions and the diversity of resin flooring applications, across different sectors from schools to hospitals, prestigious small renovations to traditional industrial flooring, gives clear evidence of the growing markets and new opportunities for resin flooring systems.

In addition to showcasing the range of top quality resin flooring projects undertaken by FeRFA members, the submissions showed members’ continuing commitment to health and safety, training, environmental responsibility and sustainability.

With three areas starting simultaneously on the Saturday and to be completed by the Thursday.  Our submission  involved the installation of flooring across a huge 3,710m2, area, a task that had to be completed in just six days.  This project demonstrated that despite the challenges we as contractors faced to complete the huge project within the  strict timeframe, thanks to the skills and experience  of our on-site teams and the excellent working relationship we enjoy with the flooring manufacturer (Sika) and client, we made possible, the seemingly impossible. 

In the testimonial from the Senior Engineer, IRL was praised for its safe working procedures and attention to detail within the RAMS. IRL’s expertise is not only in the application of the resin flooring. Its contracts management, which helped complete this mammoth application in three simultaneous areas in just five days, is testament to the skillset of IRL’s on-site teams.  We are proud to employ, invest and train our workforce to FeRFA standards.

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