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West Sussex-based & BALI Registered Contractor member Biotecture has done fantastically well, at the recent plants@work industry Awards 2019, winning four Awards in total including the high accolade of best maintenance project overall.

The living walls company came away with the overall Best Project 2019 for Regal House, Covent Garden, London and Gold Leaf Maintenance Awards for Regal House and Smeg Retail Store, St. James, as well as a Gold Leaf Design & Installation Award for The Conduit, Mayfair. 

The plants@work Awards were collected by Biotecture MD Richard Sabin, Russell Hearsum, Maintenance Manager and Ana Blasco-Romero, Horticultural Officer, at the Futurescape spring event at Sandown Park Racecourse.

Russell Hearsum commented at the Awards:

 “Our Project and Maintenance teams have done remarkably well, and these awards are a tribute to their hard work and efforts, as well as their high standards,” 

Richard Sabin, MD and Founder said,

“These awards are a testament to the high quality, total sustainable living wall package Biotecture provides from design and installation, through to maintenance and after-care.”

Plants@work is an association for the interior landscaping industry and an independent, non-profit making organisation.  Their Annual Awards Programme recognises and rewards quality and excellent workmanship in landscaping projects.

Biotecture design, supply, install & maintain sustainable living walls and green infrastructure, and provide full after-care. The green infrastructure can be external or internal. Their patented living wall system was invented by the founders of the company. Large-scale projects include corporate offices, airports, universities, car parks, hospitality and leisure. Smaller scale green screens and spaces are also been provided by Biotecture for use in retail outlets, hospitals, schools, residential courtyards or roof gardens. A selection of case studies and technical information is available for download at www.biotecture.uk.com

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