Moy Materials, the UK and Ireland’s leading supplier of high-performance innovative waterproofing and insulation systems wins “Trainer of the Year” at the 2017 Liquid Roof Waterproofing Association (LRWA) Awards.
One of the UK and Ireland’s leading suppliers of flat roof waterproofing systems for the roofing industry, Moy Materials were shortlisted in two categories at this year’s prestigious LRWA awards, with Paul Sutherland taking home the award for “Trainer of the Year”. The awards ceremony set in Hotel Football, Old Trafford, highlighted and recognised the quality, professionalism and workmanship that companies and their employees have dedicated to one of the fastest growing sectors of the roofing industry.
Nominated for “Liquid Roofing Project of the Year >1000m2” with Plan Construction Solutions Ltd” and “Trainer of the Year” for their employee Paul Sutherland it was their highly skilled technical representative that walked away with the trophy. The award nominated by the LRWA recognises those who have made an outstanding contribution to training in liquid installation in the UK. The award serves as a momentous occasion for the company who pride themselves on their service to their customers.
Speaking from their facilities in Glasgow, Director of Moy Materials David Broom commented: “Recognising the talent of professionals within the UK roofing industry is integral to the trade and the LRWA awards is a fine example of this. We pride ourselves on our technical service offering and our trainer Paul has been empirical to this for our company. The awards ceremony is a fantastic opportunity for industry professionals to come together to acknowledge the achievements of our industry and serves as a benchmark for high standards in the industry going forward”.
Having entered the Northern UK market in 2011 the company have quadrupled their UK sales and technical team to answer the demands of the booming UK construction market. Continuously seeking new opportunities to expand and grow their product offering, Moy have projected increasing their share of the UK specification market significantly in 2018. Reporting that turnover quadrupled from 2012-2017 the UK company are evidence that the market is showing signs of a strong recovery in both the UK and Ireland. Winning specifications in major projects across the UK and Europe they will continue their momentum across the industry.