TMJ scoops British Woodworking Federation’s Woodworking Project of the Year at national awards

TMJ are honoured to have won a prestigious national award from the British Woodworking Federation (BWF) for its work on a high-profile project at Bloomberg’s flagship HQ building in London. The prize was presented at a glittering awards evening held at Stationer’s Hall in central London. The BWF Awards celebrate the best of the best in UK woodworking, recognising technical innovation, design, process efficiencies, health and safety and the rising stars of the industry.

Our work at Bloomberg involved creating a timber ‘vortex’ for Bloomberg’s HQ in London, compromising of a timber vortex structure with three 7 metre high, 32 – 40 metre long curve on curve interconnecting assembles – the largest free-standing structure ever manufactured and installed; along with an auditorium and an associated pre-function gathering space. The resulting structure has been described as the ‘centrepiece’ of Bloomberg’s world class HQ.

Helen Hewitt, Chief Executive of BWF who presented the award to us said “The judges all agreed that TMJ Interiors’ prestigious Bloomberg HQ building demonstrates the very best in design, innovation and originality. We’re thrilled to be able to recognise this exceptional achievement. We received an exceptional number of entries this year so to come out on top is no mean feat. Our awards are a chance to showcase the talent and professionalism in the industry, and bring people together to celebrate their achievements. This year’s awards were a great success once again and underline the huge contribution the woodworking and joinery sector makes to UK industry and manufacturing.

We are very privileged to have won this award.