Winners announced for 2016 Bradstone Assured Awards

Published:  26 January, 2016

Bradstone has announced the winners of its national installer awards scheme, celebrating the achievements of its Assured members over the last year.

The awards recognise landscapers who have demonstrated excellent levels of workmanship, design expertise and customer service with categories including the prestigious Installer of the Year, Best Patio Transformation and Best Driveway Transformation.

Bradstone’s commercial director, Toby Stuart-Jervis said: “As well as celebrating the skills and experience of our members, the awards evening was a great opportunity to share best practice amongst attendees, and all at the end of another great conference. This year’s winners are just a handful of examples of the fantastic work our members are undertaking.”

Following entry nominations from both installers and their clients at the end of last year, a judging panel including TV gardener, David Domoney, and Professional Builder editor, Terry Smith, selected deserving winners from each category. At the Bradstone Assured national installer awards conference on 22 January, Mr Stuart-Jervis presented each winner with an award.

The winners were as follows:

Installer of the Year

Winner: Ali Peat from Alfresco Landscaping

Best Patio Transformation – Contemporary

Winner: Living Gardens

Best Patio Transformation – Traditional

Winner: Applefields

Best Driveway Transformation

Winner: Reubens Landscape Design

Best Garden Transformation

Winner: David Smith Brickwork

Apprentice / Employee of the Year

Winner: Veronica Williamson at Brymarts Landscapes

Best Merchant Laid Display

Winner: Cotswold Paving & Landscaping

Best Use of Marketing/ Social Media

Winner: SRD Paving

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