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A town centre car park refurbished using Sika products has won a coveted industry award.

Preston Bus Station, for which Sika provided the concrete repair and solution, was judged winner of the MiPermit Inspiration category at this year’sBritish Parking Awards (BPA). The renovation was carried out by Makers Construction on behalf of Lancashire County Council. It waspart of a larger restoration of the Grade II-listed bus station and included the building of a new coach station and toilets, and the refurbishment of a café. The award winners were announced at a gala ceremony held at London’s Royal Lancaster Hotel.

Pete Hollingworth at Sika said: “This is a wonderful achievement. The BPAs are renowned throughout the industry, so for our products to have in some way facilitated Preston Bus Station’s success is immensely gratifying. Congratulations to all those who helped deliver this superb scheme.”

In the same awards, Sika products played a part in another car park refurbishment gaining industry recognition. The renovation, completed at a site in High Wycombe by Cemplas Waterproofing and Concrete Repairs in conjunction with Clifford Devlin on behalf of Johnson and Johnson, was shortlisted in the BPA’s Refurbishment of the Year category.