Australia’s premier building insulation innovator, Kingspan Insulation has won the prestigious Infolink ‘Trusted Brands’ 2014 Award.

Conducted by the Architectural, Building and Construction directory Infolink, the biennial award program received more than 7,000 votes and 581 brand nominations as part of a market survey to determine winners in a range of professional product categories. Kingspan Insulation was named Australia’s most ‘Trusted Brand’ in the insulation product category, confirming the company’s status as the market’s premier supplier of high-quality insulation.

This was Kingspan Insulation’s second win in a row; additionally, the company earned fifth place overall for most Trusted Brand across all product categories.

Pointing out that they rely on Kingspan’s quality in the building and construction supply chain, Tone Wheeler, Principal of Environa Studio, winner of the 2014 Milo Dunphy Award for Sustainable Architecture, explained that trusted advice on insulation products was critical for achieving sustainable buildings.

Tone observed that Kingspan’s focus on satisfying the many complex layers of service delivery ensures every project proceeds smoothly and in full compliance with the highest possible standards. Their suite of CodeMark-certified products is testament to Kingspan’s commitment to push the boundaries of technical innovation, in their drive towards ongoing product improvement and sustainability.

Kingspan Insulation Managing Director, Scott Gibson expressed his satisfaction at winning the award for the second time, particularly because it represented the genuine views of building and design professionals throughout the nation. Scott added that the concept of ‘trust’ has always been a cornerstone of their company.

The market’s faith in Kingspan’s ability to keep delivering more energy efficient and better performing products has been acknowledged through the industry award that recognises the quality, reliability and consistency of Kingspan products as well as the knowledge and professionalism of the Kingspan team.