UK Roofing Awards 2020 shortlist announced

During these difficult times for the UK roofing industry, the NFRC is pleased to be able to bring a glimmer of joy by announcing the shortlist for the 2020 UK Roofing Awards. The finalists in each category are as follows:

Bituminous Hot Applied Liquid Waterproofing: Sponsored by Axter

• Benson House — Protech Roofing working with Bauder
• Brighton College — BriggsAmasco
• New Waverley Station (Phase 2) — SPS Flat Roof Systems working with IKO
• The Forge — Noble House Services working with Radmat Building Products

Cold Applied Liquid Waterproofing

• Basildon And Thurrock University Hospital — Breyer Construction working with Bauder
• Droylsden Marina — Weatherwell Roofing working with Sika Plastic
• Snowdonia Cheese — Weatherwell Roofing working with Sika Plastic
• SW Mile Oak — Williams Roofing Contractors working with Polyroof Products

Fully Supported Metal

• Copper Dome Ludgate House — Full Metal Jacket
• Nithurst Farm — Roles Broderick Roofing
• Solum Walthamstow — Richardson Roofing Company
• The Yards — Roles Broderick Roofing

Green Roofing: Sponsored by Fakro

• IKEA Store, Greenwich — Bridgman & Bridgman
• Lagg Distillery — Greenroof UK working with Bauder
• Lakeside YMCA — Cumbrian Roofing Solutions working with Sky Garden
• Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospice — Bridgman & Bridgman

Heritage Roofing

• Carickfergus Castle — Penrose Roofing 2014
• The Queens House—John Williams & Company
• West Dean College (Phase 1)—Clarke Roofing Southern Ltd
• Wythenshaw Hall—Fulwood Roofing Limited

Lead Roofing: Sponsored by Chandlers

• Barton Mill Road—John Williams & Company
• Nunnykirk Hall—Redhead Roofing working with Calder Industrial Materials
• South Quire Tribune—Full Metal Jacket Ltd
• The Rear Dome—Clarke Roofing Southern Ltd

Mastic Asphalt

  • Private Residence Near Witney — Oxford Asphalt working with IKO
  • Ratcliffe House — Sussex Asphalte
  • Rochester Close — Sussex Asphalte
  • Romany — Sussex Asphalte

Multi-discipline project > £250k

  • Heartspace University Sheffield — Protech Roofing
  • St Wilfrid’s Hospice — Malone Roofing (Newbury)
  • Threemile Beach — Western Flat Roofing
  • West Dean College of Arts & Conservation (Phase 1)—Clarke Roofing Southern

Rainscreen: Sponsored by EJOT

  • Meridian Water Station — TAC Projects
  • Paradise Street Student Accommodation — Longworth Building Services
  • Physical and Recreational Training Facility — Malone Roofing (Newbury)
  • The Foundry — Malone Roofing (Newbury)

Reinforced Bitumen Membranes: Sponsored by Sika

  • El Alamein War Memorial — The Complete Roofing Company
  • Isle of Bute Discovery Centre — Geo. Brolly & Co (Roofing)​​​ working with DM Roofing
  • Midland Hotel — Ronald G Graham Roofing & Building
  • WindMill Lane — Eclipse Roofing & Waterproofing

Roof Slating: Sponsored by CUPA PIZARRAS

  • Broad Meadow Care Home — RS Miller Roofing
  • Coastal Road — Richard Soan Roofing Services
  • Hillsborough Castle Lower Visitors Centre — Penrose Roofing 2014
  • River Dart Country Park — R Northcott Roofing

Roof Tiling: Sponsored by Marley

  • Callaways Lane — Richard Soan Roofing Services
  • Former Harpenden House Hotel — Contour Roofing (Essex)
  • Green Cottage — Richard Soan Roofing Services
  • Gundreda Road — Richard Soan Roofing Services

Sheeting & Cladding: Sponsored by ​EJOT

  • Acton TMU — TAC Projects
  • Lady Bee Enterprise Centre — Kingsley Specialist Roofing working with SIG Design & Technology
  • Metroline — Survey Roofing Group
  • Neg Earth — SPV Group

Single Ply Roofing

  • Bell’s Sports Centre — AIM Developments
  • Catherdral Yard — DFR Roofing working with Sika Sarnafil
  • Jeffery Street — Invictus Roofing
  • Library Refurbishment — Owlsworth Roofing

Small Scale Project < £25k

  • Cemetery Lodge—Contour Roofing (Essex) Limited working with Watts Roofing Supplies
  • Crooksbury House—Roles Broderick Roofing Ltd
  • Holy Cross Priory—Invictus Roofing Ltd
  • Pangolin—Nigel Hayman Roofing working with Dreadnought Tiles.

The NFRC will shortly be opening voting on the shortlist for the ‘Industry Choice Award’, which is sponsored by Radmat Building Products. Nominations are already open for the ‘Local Hero Award’, which is sponsored by SIG Roofing at, and the federation will soon be opening nominations for ‘Young Roofer of the Year Award’ sponsored by BMI.

James Talman, chief executive officer of the NFRC, said: “Thanks to all the companies that submitted entries to this year’s UK Roofing Awards. As always, we were pleased to see the quality of projects submitted, which made it a tough challenge for our reviewing panel to decide on the final shortlist. Congratulations to all the finalists and we look forward to revealing the winners at our rescheduled Awards Lunch on October 2.”