Woodford have won a 2021 H&V News Award.
The winners of the H&V News Awards 2021 were revealed on the 11th November at the Hilton Park Lane, London. The night of recognition and celebration of the sector’s achievements saw the HVAC industry elite come together in person for the first time since April 2019, hosted by comedian Rob Beckett.
Woodford have won the Collaboration of the Year award and was praised by the expert judging panel, who are drawn from across the HVAC sector.
The judging panel thought this was an enterprising and encouraging submission from a team with the right attitude to partnership. They called the collaboration a good mixture of thinking and pragmatism.
With 25 categories rewarding different aspects of the industry, the awards, recognise the leading people, products, projects and services in the sector, from HVAC contractor of the year to Low Carbon Achievement of the Year.
This diversity and credibility means the H&V News Awards, run by B2B publisher Emap, are amongst the most sought-after accolades in the HVAC sector. The awards night itself combines industry recognition and unrivalled networking opportunities.
Andrew Gaved, Editor of Emap’s RAC and H&V News magazine, who co-hosts the H&V News Awards said:
“These have been challenging times for HVAC, with companies working throughout the lockdowns keeping people warm and safe, while finding times to serve their communities. So we are especially proud at the H&Vs to reward the human endeavours alongside the technical endeavours.
As the journey towards net zero depends heavily on reducing carbon from heating, it is the HVAC industry that will need to lead the way – and that crucial combination of people and technology means that I have every confidence that it will succeed.”