G Johns & Sons Ltd, a distinguished name in the field of architectural ironmongery based in Harlow, Essex has been nominated for the most prestigious award in Ironmongery, the AI (Architectural Ironmongers) Specification Awards for their exemplary work on the luxury seafront Shoreline Crescent project in Folkstone. The awards recognise G Johns’ outstanding contributions to the architectural ironmongery industry.
The nomination comes as a result of their outstanding work for specifying and supplying a range of high-quality architectural ironmongery in satin brass and satin nickel including door handles, mailboxes, locks, hinges and door closers for the luxurious Shoreline Crescent apartments in Folkstone. A project was undertaken in collaboration with renowned architects, Acme. The new waterfront building hosts 84 apartments, beach houses, duplexes and penthouses.
G Johns & Sons Ltd’s nomination for the Residential category of the AI Awards highlights their expertise, attention to detail, and commitment to excellence in the architectural ironmongery sector. The company has consistently demonstrated its ability to collaborate seamlessly with esteemed architectural firms, contributing to the realisation of distinctive and noteworthy projects.
“We are honoured to be nominated for the AI Awards for our work on the Shoreline Crescent project alongside Acme” Said Jeremy Barltrop at G Johns & Sons Ltd. “This recognition is a testament to our team’s dedication to delivering top-quality architectural ironmongery solutions. We are proud to have played a role in the creation of the Shoreline Crescent luxury apartments, and this nomination reinforces our commitment to excellence in every project we undertake.”
The AI Awards ceremony is scheduled to take place on Thursday 18th April at Southwark Cathedral, London. It will bring together industry leaders, professionals, and visionaries to celebrate excellence and innovation in the architectural ironmongery sector. G Johns & Sons looks forward to the event and is eager to showcase its contributions to the Shoreline Crescent project.