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Judgement Day has arrived!

An independent panel of judges have today considered and evaluated the entries for the 2013 HVR Awards.
Judgement Day has arrived!
The judges, representing key industry organisations, were Bob Towse of B&ES, Mike Smith of BSRIA and Mike Duggan of FETA. The finalists, across seven categories, are:

A1 Flue Systems
A1R Services
Airflow
Armstrong International
Beverley Clifton Morris (BCM)
Daikin
Danfoss
FWP
G&H Building Services
ISO Energy
Kensa
Klima-Therm
MHG Heating
Panasonic
Refrigerant Solutions
S&P UK Ventilation
Silentair
Stelrad Radiators
Stephen Gill Associates
Stiebel Eltron
Tenmat
Vent-Axia
Viessmann
Woodford Heating & Energy

The winners will be announced at the annual HVR Awards which takes place on Wednesday 9 October at the Millennium Gloucester Hotel in London.

To book your table, contact Nathan Woodrow on 01622 699192, or email nwoodrow@datateam.co.uk
4 September 2013

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