Topturf Irrigation wins Otterbine contractor of the year award

Topturf Irrigation has been awarded the Otterbine Contractor of the Year Award for 2014.

Topturf, the water management and irrigation specialist based in Ford, near Arundel, West Sussex, has won the award many times and attributes this repeated success to the strong partnership between the two businesses.

Managing director Colin Clark says: "Winning Otterbine’s Contractor of the Year as often as we do proves that our partnership of a great product with high standards of installation and service is one that will be hard to beat. This is something we take great pride in.

"2014 was a really good year with installations at some fantastic clubs across the country. Particular highlights were the installation of a Gemini 2hp aerating fountain at Wisley Golf Club, a 2hp Gemini surface spray aerator and fountain at Arsenal Football Club Training Facility and a 2hp high volume surface spray aerator at The Stoke Park Club."

However, as successful as 2014 was, 2015 is shaping up to exceed it, according to Clark.

"We have sold more this year than we did last year and we’re only half way through the year. With projects for customers such as Rye Golf Club and the Royal Parks of London for Regent’s Park there are exciting times ahead for the team. Every year we work hard to emulate the successes of the previous year so it goes without saying that we hope to win Otterbine’s Contractor of the Year again too!"

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