On Friday the 15th of September Specialist Joinery Group were honoured at a Mid Ulster District Council Civic reception in recognition of SJG’s recent success at the prestigious Mixology awards where they picked up the manufacturer of the year award for the second year running.
The Mixology awards are a unique event judged by an independent panel of experienced architects, designers and consultants, the awards concentrate entirely on the commercial interiors Market (office, hospitality, public sector and education) Entries are judged solely on merit regardless of company size and this blend of relevance, independence and focus is why the Mixology awards are deemed the best in the business.
In the past 4 years Specialist have invested over £5 million in enhanced facilities, new technologies, new machinery and BIM aided technologies making it one of the most advanced bespoke joinery manufacturing facilities in the UK with the latest investment, a new state of the art factory increasing our manufacturing space by 45000sqft. By the time we celebrate our 30th anniversary in May 2018 Specialist will boast 3 acres of manufacturing excellence under one roof. The company’s submission reflected the benefits the company have received from these investments, featuring their project successes such as Aecom HQ in London, Sapient Razorfish’s new offices and more locally the refurbishment of the Ulster Hospital as key performance indicators.
Speaking about the awards managing director Ciaran O’Hagan said “We’re a dynamic young team with a trail blazing culture of business excellence. Since winning “Manufacturer of the year” and “Social giving & Impact in 2016” we have continued to raise the bar yet again in our people, environmental advocacy and a new service model – “The Priority Collaboration Service”
Specialist Joinery Group would like to take this opportunity to thank all of our staff, clients and suppliers for playing their part in gaining this key recognition and to our continued drive for excellence. Special thanks also to local councillor Sean McPeake for his nomination.