KNUTSFORD company Intecho has won a major accolade for its work on a cutting-edge medical facility for injured servicemen and women.

The firm provides intelligent building technologies and smart home solutions, and is celebrating winning the 2019 National KNX Award for Commercial Installation of the Year.

The sought-after prize was awarded for the company’s installation of building controls at the Defence National Rehabilitation Centre (DNRC).

DNRC is a newly-constructed, £300 million world-class medical facility providing cutting-edge treatments to injured members of the armed forces for complex injuries, brain damage, musculoskeletal and spinal injury.

Operated by the MoD, the facility is centrally located on the Stanford Hall estate near Loughborough.

Intecho’s co-director, Paul Murphy said: “Intecho are immensely proud of the work that we have achieved at DNRC, and are honoured to win this industry-renowned award in recognition of this work.

“We are delighted to have helped our heroes at this incredible defence facility.”