This year the Contractor of the Year Award will recognise an individual and company that can go above and beyond for each and every project they undertake.
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Air Conditioners Australia (MHIAA) general manager, sales and planning, Adrian Brown, said these are the individuals that value the importance of the whole project in its entirety.
“From selecting the right products and solutions and ensuring they meet the correct safety standards, to a high level of customer service,” he said.
Brown said every year countless individuals and companies demonstrate innovation, exceptional skill and quality workmanship for every job they complete often without any recognition from the industry or leading manufacturers.
“Supporting these award programs are a way for us to honour these individuals and companies by recognising their achievements,” he said.
“For MHIAA this category resonates with key ideas that underpin everything we as a company encompass. Australian contractors are part of the success story at MHIAA.
“Contractors bring our products to customers they are the face of local communities and continually use innovative techniques to apply our products in unique projects.
“As a company, MHIAA continues to value and highly regard the work of each contractor and are honoured to be supporting this award in 2020 for the third year in a row.”
“We are once again honoured to be partnering with CCN and look forward to meeting all nominees as they continue to strive for excellence within the HVAC industry.”
To nominate for the Contractor of the Year Award go to www.climatecontrolnews.com.au/awards