Brett Martin announces plastic sheet award winners

UK plastics manufacturer, Brett Martin, has published the winners of its iAwards competition for 2020. Businesses in architecture, construction, agriculture, horticulture and home furnishing across the world entered details and images of their most creative and innovative projects using Brett Martin’s plastic sheet products.

The winners and runners up in each category are as follows:

  • Architecture and construction

Winner – roof lights and facades

Geplast SRL, Bazaar roof (Romania) – used Brett Martin’s Marlon FSX for a commercial space walkway covering.

Geplast scaled 1

Runner up

Polytech, Revolution Museum (Egypt) – used Brett Martin’s Marlon FSX and Marlon ST as a lighter weight, easily bent alternative to glass.


Winner – canopies

Ampelite, wharf building (Australia) – Brett Martin’s Marlon CS – Corrugated Opal was utilised for canopy roofing over conference areas and restaurant.

Ampelite scaled 1

Runner up

Arklit, market building (Ecuador) – Brett Martin’s Marlon ST was used to glaze rooflights and vertical glazing.


  • Agriculture and horticulture


Greenhill Systems, Bingham’s Farm (Northern Ireland) – Brett Martins’ Marlon CST was used as roofing sheets to repel heat and offer natural light to a diary parlour.

Runner up

Lanit Plas, hobby greenhouse (Czech Republic) – used Brett Martin’s Marlon ST multiwall polycarbonate as the glazing in their range of hobby greenhouses.


  • House and home


Duroplastic, veranda canopy (South Africa) – used Brett Martin’s Marlon Clicklock in bronze to construct a pool-side pergola

Runner up

Omega Build, Cairn Bar (UK) – used Brett Martin’s Marlon clear polycarbonate to cover the patio entertainment area.

Duncan Smith, Sales Director – Plastic Sheets, at Brett Martin says: “The iAwards gives all our end users a chance to demonstrate their unique applications using our plastic sheets – once again we’ve seen some outstanding projects and visually stunning work. It is clear that we supply some very creative customers and we’re proud of the role our products play in bringing imaginative projects to life as well as keeping people safe.

“Brett Martin would like to congratulate all the winners for their excellent work and thank everyone who took the time to enter the competition. A selection of entries from the 2021 iAwards have been included in Brett Martin’s 2021 calendar.”

The winners in the other categories for this year’s iAwards were:

  • Fabrication


Peerless Plastics, UK

Runner up

Comoco Plastics, Northern Ireland


  • Sign and display


Stadur Produktions, Germany

Runner up


About Fiona Russell-Horne

Group Managing Editor across the BMJ portfolio.

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