On Friday 28 September 2018, FIS held its third Scottish Awards Lunch at Trades Hall in Glasgow. Over 160 members and guests attended the event to hear the winners announced and welcome new FIS chief exective to the helm.
FIS President Andrew Smith opened proceedings and raised a toast to the awards, with the compliments of Forza Doors. Guest speaker and compere Chick Young provided the entertainment, ensuring a fantastic time was had by all.
Interior Fit Out (supported by Fit Out Futures)
Gold – Veitchi Interiors for its installation ay Anderson High School in the Shetland Isles. Ryder Architecture also received an award.
Silver – Scotwood Interiors for its project at LifeArc in Edinburgh.
Partial Fit Out (supported by Women in Fit Out)
Gold – Linear Projects for its installation at the Macallan Distillery and Visitor Centre in Moray. Architect Rogers Stirk Harbour and Partners also received an award.
Silver – Brian Hendry Interiors for its project at Holy Trinity School in Glasgow.
Suspended Ceilings (sponsored by Nevill Long)
Gold – Brian Hendry Interiors for its installation at Hawkhead Care Home and Day Care Centre in Renfrewshire. Unum Partnership and Page /Park also received an award.
SIlver – Carter Ceilings for its contract at Kelvinbridge Subway Station in Glasgow.
Plasterwork (supported by #BuildersBrew)
Gold – Ryedale Interiors for its project at the SOAR Intu Shopping Centre in Braehead. CD Architects also received an award.
Partitioning (supported by SpecFinish)
Gold – Worksmart Contracts for its project at Edrington Group Head Office in Glasgow. Architect Form Design also received an award.
Silver – Planet Partitioning for its installation at Cirrus Logic in Edinburgh.
Drywall Construction (supported by BuildBack)
Gold – Brian Hendry Interiors for its project at Holy Trinity School in Glasgow. Norr Architects also received an award.
Judges’ Award (sponsored by Minster)
Gold – Veitchi Interiors for its contract at Kelvinhaugh Street Student Accommodation in Glasgow. ICA Architects also received an award.
Silver – Clansman Interiors for its project at Prestwick Airport in Ayrshire.
Apprentice of the Year (sponsored by Now Get Qualified)
Winner – Robbie Sproul, a ceiling fixer apprentice at Brian Hendry Interiors.
Our nominated Charity was Street Soccer Scotland and prizes for the Charity Draw were donated by Brian Hendry Interiors, Minster, Scotwood Interiors, British Gypsum and Linear Projects. Generous attendees helped to raise £1,818.
From all the team here at FIS, we would like to say congratulations to all winners. Visit our Facebook page to see all the photos from the Scottish Awards Lunch.
The website image gallery can be found here.