offsite awards
Shortlisted for Two Industry Awards

Elements Europe has been shortlisted in the Offsite Awards for Best Use of Volumetric Technology and Best Use of MEP.

The awards are being hosted by Offsite Magazine, a Radar Communications publication, who has seen a huge amount of entries to all 11 categories that encompass all off-site aspects.

Elements Europe submitted a detailed focus report for each entry on a project that was appropriate for the specific category. Both submissions were entered focused on its off-site building solution for Berkeley Homes, on its Read our case study project in Bath’s city centre.

For both entries Elements Europe had to detail the reasons why volumetric technology was used and how MEP was used in the project, how the project provided a unique construction solution vs a traditional on-site building approach, how volumetric technology and its MEP provided a major element in the delivery of the final project, how a factory based design contributed to its success and also provide five reasons why the use of volumetric technology and the use of its MEP on the project will be seen as a future exemplar to others.

Kevin Arthur, Director at Elements Europe commented “We jumped at the chance to enter our Bath project into these categories and be a part of the Offsite Awards.”

“We are all very proud to have been a part of this iconic project in Bath working alongside Berkeley Homes. We are all keeping our fingers crossed that we win an award in recognition.” 

The shortlisted submissions will now be looked at in detail by a panel of industry experts to draw a winner for each category.

Elements Europe’s team will be joining the rest of the shortlisted companies at a drinks and canapes evening on the 18th October in Birmingham to hear the winners announced.


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