We are delighted to announce that we have been shortlisted for two awards at the Install Awards 2015 for our work within the education sector.
We are finalists in the Best Education Project and Team of the Year categories, for our £2.5m Leicester Building Schools for the Future Project, which has already won a European wide accolade at the InAVate Awards in Amsterdam last month.
The Leicester BSF project saw us working in partnership with Capita and Leicester City Council to install bespoke, state-of-the-art AV solutions at 18 of the city’s high schools and special schools within a short time frame.
We are reigning champions of the Best Education Project Award having been presented with the trophy at last year’s Install Awards ceremony, along with the Star Education Product Award for our ground breaking AV installation at Phoenix Academy, Telford.
Toni Barnett, CDEC’s Managing Director, said: “We are incredibly pleased to have been named as finalists for the two awards and we hope to be able to retain the Best Education Project trophy for a second year running. The Leicester BSF project was incredibly challenging due to its size and scope and also due to construction setbacks out of our control, yet we delivered complete AV solutions for each and every school on time. I would like to thank everyone who has made the shortlisting possible; our dedicated team members who were involved in the project, our partners at Capita and Leicester City Council and the schools for taking the time give us excellent feedback and testimonials.”
The Install Awards 2015 ceremony, organised by Installation Magazine, will take place on 4th June at the Bloomsbury Ballroom, London to recognise excellence within AV installations across Europe.