Gira, a leading full-range supplier for intelligent building design and management, has been shortlisted for the finals of this year’s London Construction Awards in two categories:
- Architectural Design of the Year – A new and iconic building in Chelsea, London with space for eleven extraordinary residential units, with a spectacular tower and roof terrace. Behind the scenes, a user-friendly Gira KNX system works in tandem with the Gira X1 mini server and the Gira S1, remote access module to ensure equally smooth and secure networking and control wherever the homeowner is.
- Smart Technology of the Year – A new KNX system that can now be installed with a wireless network using modern RF technology with Gira KNX RF top units. Customers can then use this to control lighting, blinds, room temperature and scenes. Compatibility with the Gira System 3000 ensures the greatest possible range of functions.
Winners of the London Construction Awards will be announced at the highly anticipated Awards Gala Dinner & Ceremony on Friday September 23 at the Leonardo Royal London Tower Bridge Hotel. This prestigious awards ceremony celebrates the achievements, developments, and innovation across London’s construction industry. Tha wards are co-hosted with the leading exhibition, London Build, is free to enter and impartially judged by a panel of industry experts.
“We are extremely proud to be honoured amongst our peers as a finalist at this year’s London Construction Awards,” said Jessica-Lee van der Walt, Gira UK. ” Our commitment for quality design and endurance, as well as our strong market desire to help property developers [and owners] protect and secure their buildings is second to none, so to be recognised by the industry is another huge accomplishment for our brand in the UK.
As more people discover the virtues of intelligent building technology, we find ourselves in the right position to guide, optimise, support and nurture the ever-evolving ‘Smart Home’ sector and respectively, new build and retrofit design and construction.”