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Get your entries in for HVR Awards 2010

Apply for your entry form now to get the chance to compete in London's HVR Awards 2010 this September.
Get your entries in for HVR Awards 2010
Hosted by Heating and Ventilating Review, the awards ceremony takes place for the first time on September 22 at St Ermin's Hotel, Westminster - the evening of the first day of the London HEVAR exhibition.

The June 30 deadline for the building services industry awards is fast approaching and industry professionals can enter one or more of the seven awards categories.

The awards categories are:

• New Heating Product of the Year

• New Ventilation Product of the Year

• New Air Conditioning Product of the year

• Sustainable Product of the Year

• Sustainable Project of the Year

• Consultant of the Year

• Contractor of the Year

To enter the awards, you can download each category entry form here

The HVCA is the lead sponsor for the awards ceremony. Flakt Woods, MHG Heating and TROX are some of the awards category sponsors. 'Industry awards schemes have an important role to play in the promotion of product, design excellence and best practice. The HVCA is therefore delighted to support the HVR Awards in the role of head sponsor,' said Robert Higgs OBE, chief executive of the HVCA.
10 June 2010


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