Concrete Repair Association extends Awards deadline
There is still time for Concrete Repair Association (CRA) members to submit entries for the organisation’s annual awards, following the postponement of the organisation’s Annual General Meeting to Thursday 8 April.
The Awards will now be held in conjunction with the General Meeting on the 12th November, and as such, the deadline for entries is the 1st October 2021.
CRA members are encouraged to submit their award entries for the following two categories: Emerging Talent, for rising stars with less than five years in the industry and Innovation of the Year, for a new product, repair technique, process, software or service. To qualify, projects must be completed between 1 January 2019 and 1 June 2020.
The CRA are endeavoring to hold a face to face Awards ceremony parallel to the General Meeting so that companies and individuals can continue to be recognised for their outstanding work during this period. Full details regarding the event, and booking details will be made available in due course.
CRA Chairman Ron Pinfield said: “Last year was exceptionally challenging, but our industry kept on going through all the challenges, which is testament to the resilience of our dedicated workforce.
“We hope that our members can take advantage of the extended deadline to submit their award entries. We would welcome the chance to give their employees some well-deserved kudos for what I’m sure we will all see as monumental achievements, in retrospect.”
CRA members can find full details about the Awards categories, including how to enter and the relevant forms, by using the buttons below.
About the Concrete Repair Association
The CRA is the professional trade association for the concrete repair and protection industry. The CRA is committed to promoting and developing the practice of concrete repair and allied disciplines, as well as advancing education, technical training and health & safety matters in this specialist construction sector.
Members of the CRA include specialist contractors, product manufacturers and product distributors established in the field of concrete repair, as well as associated organisations, such as testing laboratories.
All CRA members must be able to demonstrate a proven track record and overall proven ability. All members are Q.A. Accredited to ISO 9001:2015 and BS EN 14001: 2015 and must conform to the Association’s Codes of Practice and relevant standards such as BS EN 1504.
The Concrete Repair Association (CRA), together with Corrosion Prevention Association (CPA) and Sprayed Concrete Association (SCA) form the Structural Concrete Alliance, which provides a single co-ordinated voice for the structural concrete refurbishment and repair industry.