...of the Confederation of Timber Industries
Andrew Madge, Managing Director of timber window and door specialist, Gowercroft Joinery, has been appointed to the Board of the Confederation of Timber Industries (CTI).
As the primary UK trade organisation promoting the role of the timber supply chain in the economy, the CTI represents producers, manufacturers and distributors across the entire supply chain and speaks for the timber industry as a whole in matters relating to jobs and skills, quality control, economic growth and environmental protection.
In his new role, Andrew will be acting on behalf of the British Woodworking Federation (BWF), where he is also sits on the Executive Board, to ensure that that its 700-strong membership is well supported and represented in key areas.
Andrew Madge said: “I am delighted to be invited to join the CTI Board. As we move towards a low carbon economy, I believe that the CTI and the BWF together will play a vitally important role in ensuring that the use of timber and timber products remains at the top of the agenda and the natural choice for specifiers, designers and constructors.”
Roy Wakeman, Chairman of the CTI explained: ”Timber is clearly the prime building material for sustainable construction. The CTI is committed to keeping timber in the forefront of growing our low carbon economy and utilising this fantastic material to help reverse the housing crisis in the UK.”
Gowercroft Joinery is known for its innovation, craftsmanship and the highest standards of performance using sustainable timber from renewable sources.
The Derbyshire based company has received a number of accolades for the quality of its products and projects including the “Best Windows” category of the prestigious 2017 Build It Awards for the pioneering design quality of its Winston and Richmond Heritage windows and the company was also shortlisted in both G18 and Build It awards in 2018.
Gowercroft has had its bespoke joinery featured in the RIBA Stirling Prize Shortlist 2017, RIBA London Building of the Year 2017, RIBA National Building of the Year 2017 and the BBC List of Best Buildings 2017.
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