Get set for the Plumbing and Fire Industry Awards 2019
Posted on Jul 27, 2019
Presentation of the 2019 Plumbing and Fire Industry Awards (PFIA), will be the highlight of the industry’s biggest and most prestigious night of the year on 13 September.
The PFIAs were created to recognise hardworking individuals and companies and to acknowledge excellence within the plumbing and fire industry.
There is still time to enter, with 25 July the closing date for applications across a range of award categories. You can apply for an award as an individual or on behalf of a business, with people encouraged to nominate a colleague, a boss or an employee.
Nominees will be competing for 15 awards recognising a range of achievements. They include:
- Individual Awards for Excellence (nine award categories)
- Company and Project Awards (two award categories)
- Apprentice Awards (four categories)
To see a detailed breakdown of the awards, visit the PFIAs website plumbingfireawards.com.au
This year’s awards gala event will be bigger than ever as it will also be the grand finale for the World Plumbing Conference (WPC 2019), which is being held at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre from 11 to 13 September.
The PFIA sold out in 2017 and 2018 and this year is expected to be no different, so secure your tickets now to ensure you don’t miss out! You can purchase tickets as an individual or for tables of 10 by visitingplumbingfireawards.com.au
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