Wilsonart becomes latest BiKBBI sponsor…
Wilsonart, a truly global brand, is the latest highly prestigious business to demonstrate its faith in the credo of the BiKBBI by becoming a sponsor with immediate effect.
Wilsonart Engineered Surfaces is a world leading manufacturing and distribution organisation that have been designing and developing decorative surfacing solutions for 60 years. With its headquarters based in Austin, Texas, it manufactures and distributes high-pressure laminate, Quartz, solid-surface and other engineered surface options for use in residential and commercial spaces across multiple applications, including kitchen worktops, furniture and wall panelling to name a few.
Its two UK based business units Wilsonart UK and the hugely established Bushboard, specialise in creating beautiful surfaces for both domestic and commercial projects, from its signature materials solid surface, laminate and the newly launched Zenith solid laminate. The company feels that its product range, whether applied for worktops, breakfast bars, splashbacks and upstands for the kitchen or for engineering the very best solid surface solutions for a whole multitude of commercial applications is manufactured with genuine passion.
Speaking on behalf of Wisonart UK, Nick Jones, Head of UK Sales said, “We are delighted to sponsor the BiKBBI, the opportunity that it presents is tremendous. Having been inspired by Damian Walters, we have no hesitation in becoming a member of BiKBBI and look forward to contributing to the continued development and professionalisation of the K&B market.
Installing solid-surface materials in a domestic environment is not a task for the unskilled and therefore developing closer working ties with accredited BiKBBI installers, including training and sharing of information will create a ‘win-win’ scenario for us all.”
Damian Walters said on behalf of the institute, “I’m thrilled to welcome such a prestigious company to the BiKBBI by way of sponsorship and it’s a fantastic endorsement of the market acceptance of our organisation and its membership. We look forward to jointly creating new and exciting training and development opportunities for our members with the Wilsonart UK team.”