It’s official! Polygon is the best building restoration company in Germany!

We are delighted to announce that Polygon Germany has recently been named ‘Company of the Year 2022’ and the ‘best building restoration company’.


The study was carried out by the Institute for Management and Economic Research (IMER) on behalf of FOCUS MONEY and ‘German Test’. Between January 2020 and August 2021, 21,000 companies from 200 industries were verified and evaluated with several million registered voters. 

Industry leader in the building restoration category

These prestigious awards recognised the very best German companies and Polygon’s achievements in customer trust, sustainability, service quality and value placed them at the top of the board.

Across Germany, Polygon has 2,700 employees and over 80 branches. The company has set the benchmark for others in the building restoration category, achieving a maximum score of 100 points.

Excellent performance despite a challenging time

Since the beginning of 2020, the global economy has been characterised by great uncertainty due to the COVID-19 Pandemic. All areas of life have been affected, including the restoration sector.

“It is thanks in particular to the commitment of our 2,700 employees across Germany that we have come through this global crisis safely to date,” said Andreas Weber, Country President in Polygon Germany.

During summer of 2021, large parts of Germany were destroyed by devastating flood disasters. Sven Meyerdierks, CFO in Polygon Germany, explains: “By joining forces, we were able to help a lot of people within a very short time. We mastered this joint approach despite the unprecedented circumstances we were faced with.”

“The last two years have been really remarkable. The award of 'Company of the Year 2022' makes me feel particularly proud. It is a deserved reward for the hard and successful work of the entire Polygon Germany team. We will not rest on our laurels but see this honor as an incentive to continue to actively support our customers in the future," Andreas Weber concludes.

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