Radiana has been announced as a finalist in the Retrofit Project of the Year category at the 2020 H&V News Awards.
The shortlist was announced last month by the leading industry publication alongside 24 other categories, which include some of the biggest names in the heating and ventilation sector.
In its entry, Radiana focussed on a refurbishment project completed last year at the luxury Pan Peninsula apartments at London’s Canary Wharf. Details were provided of the work completed, but particular focus was paid to the benefits of Radiana – the only climate control system which works in harmony with the human body.
Sheldon Cooper, Radiana Director, said: “We only launched Radiana last year, so to be shortlisted for an award already, is an enormous achievement. Our installation at Pan Peninsula has demonstrated how this revolutionary method of climate control can be successfully installed as a retrofit project. And through more awareness, being shortlisted for the H&V News Awards for example, we hope the opportunity will grow for Radiana to become the climate control of choice.
Sheldon will now attend an interview with the Award judging panel to fully review Radiana’s entry and determine if the project will be named the category winner.
Sheldon continued: “We have an exciting story to tell in Radiana and I’m looking forward to explaining its operation to the judging panel. I hope they see the opportunity Radiana presents not only to become the climate control system of choice, but also to earn the title of Retrofit Project of the Year.”